In the Names of Allah – 05 – al-Malik, al-Maalik and al-Maleek

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So welcome rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

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we'd like you to

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be patient with us as we wait for more of you to join

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and we will be starting in a few more minutes in sha Allah The fifth session of our series in the names of Allah.

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In the meantime

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we have

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people already here,

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Nadira, Nadira. tajudeen walaikum salam wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And I mean to your dua from Australia

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kaliba metamod. From the USA

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greetings to you also.

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And Abu Bakar Abdullah

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Ramadan Mubarak,

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WA Alaykum Salaam

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we also have idle.

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Idle is from Kashmir

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and he gives us general greetings welcome Salaam rahmatullah wa barakato. Maryam basso

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alaikum Salaam er de la s O'Neill.

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hope that's not Shaquille O'Neal

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a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato from Ireland.

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barnacle avec cadaveric

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Sekou Dooku lei from Freetown, Sierra Leone, Island, this island.

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Make sure you're in touch with our IOU representative there and free down Sherif Ali Calais.

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We have an office there Learning Center. do participate, take benefit and share whatever you have to share.

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And from the Gambia

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Father famara

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far from

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your name brother is just a tough one for me. And F is just not in the English language. You know, these two letters don't come together in a name or word or anything. So famara

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Yeah, si se. Si se I know. Many si says there and the ganglion as she says in other places in there in West Africa.

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Greetings to you to Cheryl Josie. from USA from Florida.

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barakallahu li walakum salam O Allah Ibn Jawad,

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Salaam Alaikum watching from Pennsylvania, USA

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and farahan Adeeb

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watching from Bangladesh while they come Salaam

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was near Mohammed

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Aleikum Alaykum Salaam from Australia to Australia Sulaiman in Goa

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recom salaam

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to you.

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And Sulaiman is watching from Mombasa Kenya. I missed when getting to Mombasa I've been to Nairobi and Nakuru and

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other locations but I didn't make it to Mombasa. It was my intention that the shoreline the future that I managed to get back to

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get back to Kenya Sharla will make a point of visiting you there in Mombasa

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he Boni Lexi from Boston, Massachusetts. I know he didn't write Massachusetts because maybe you thought it would be difficult for me to pronounce but

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no problem.

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The brother who gave me Shahada to accept Islam was from Boston, Massachusetts. That share Dr. Abdullah Hakim quick.

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If you haven't heard of him, then Google him and know his importance.

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Xena, Ibrahim from Sweden who alaikum Salaam

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and one

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sigfried from Philippines that doesn't sound like a very Filipino name sigfried sounds like German or something else? I think and one allswell one possibly I guess Spanish? No problem.

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Philippines Of course I've been many times lectured there up and down television, all kinds of things. Mashallah. I have

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six kids from the Philippines.

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And Allah.

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In fact, the one who's streaming right now beside me was streaming us on

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Instagram.

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On

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his half Filipino, half Jamaican

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Nabeel from California USA

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or they can sell

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they have also from London,

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Sofia and Munira.

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Welcome on board from Somalia. They also have Muhammad,

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the carny.

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And

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law last but not least

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dunia from my guess was that South Carolina I don't know. Do as for all the suffering worldwide, especially in Muslim countries, I mean, Ramadan, make to offer them and of course even outside of Ramadan, we need to make to offer them. So in sha Allah.

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We're starting a bit late today.

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Sorry about that. We had some technical difficulties in the beginning. So we'll now be moving on into our program.

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Rob Bell alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah al Karim. Allah Allah was hobby or mangostana bissonnet e li oma de

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All praise is due to Allah and melas Peace and blessings beyond the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day.

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We will now begin our fifth session

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in which we will be looking at three of Allah's Divine Names, Beautiful Names, the sovereign

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al Malik,

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the owner, Al Malik, and the king,

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Al Malik

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or al Malik,

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names number four, five and six.

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In terms of the Quranic location,

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the Divine Name al Malik is mentioned five times in the Koran. Among them is verse 114. from Surah Taha, the 20th chapter for the Allah Longwood medical ha

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It's High Exalted, above all is a law, the Sovereign Lord, the truth.

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In the case of Malik

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the Divine Name Malik it's mentioned only twice in the Quran.

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In Surah Fatiha we know Maliki Ahmed Deen

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and also in Surah Al Imran

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26 verse. Cooney Allahumma, Malakal MOOC,

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se O Allah, owner of the dominion

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and the Divine Name al Malik is mentioned only once in the Quran

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in lamattina feeds and not in one

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fee maka Addison since the pin in the mullikin locata do

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indeed, the pious will live among gardens and rivers firmly established in the favor of the king.

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In terms of the meaning,

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the basic root from which all these three Divine Names are derived is milk,

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milk

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or milk.

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These are all what they call masters or verbal nouns from which these names were derived.

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And the primary meaning

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is to something possessed along with the ability to dominate it.

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Malik Sovereign Lord is the one able to execute his command in his dominion as opposed to Malik, the owner

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as not every owner's commands are implemented.

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Thus, linguistically, the term Malik is more general than Malik.

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And to illustrate that,

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it is said every Malik is a Malik, but not every Malik is a Malik.

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So, Malik is more general it covers a wider range of meanings than Malik within allowance context, I mean, that's linguistically but in a larger context, he Allah is the owner of all owners,

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as their ability to operate in their dominions is derived from him.

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He owns everything and is free to operate in and upon them as he wishes without any resistance or blockage.

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The difference between the two words Malik and Malik relative to Allah is that Al Malik is a personal description

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while al Malik is a description of his acts, and Malik is barely a present participle or participle.

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Al Malik on the other hand is more intensive than then al Malik it's a more intensive form then al Malik they are related

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as present participles

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that act as nouns also.

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But,

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I al Malik is more intensive, because it follows the well known file intensive pattern.

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We all know that alim

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is more intensive than I live

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those of us who have some kind of an Arabic background,

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but you know,

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we know Ireland is used to mean a scholar, but if he is described as a lolly,

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then it means that he is a great scholar. So, similarly Malik in relationship to Malik

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but the meaning of a loss right

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Amity

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as for example, in the verse 49, of surah, I show Allah

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lillahi Maluku, somehow it went out of your local Maya, Sha,

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dominion over the heavens and earth, belong only to Allah, Who creates whatever he wishes. So Allah mentions the vastness of his dominion.

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And he mentions his ability to create whatever he wishes within it.

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Nothing takes place in his dominion without his permission, and his will.

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However, by giving human beings and the jinn freewill, they can make choices, which ended up being against our laws, legal will.

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It's against the laws, legal will

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mushiya

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al, Sharia

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is legal will, meaning what he said to do or not to do.

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They can break that they can go against it.

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But they cannot implement their choices, though they may intend it, they thought it they've plotted it whatever, they cannot implement their choices, without him permitting it in accordance with his creational will.

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l mushiya. And konia.

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The creational we'll

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see so nothing takes place,

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outside of the creational will of Allah. That's the one that

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it cannot happen without his permission.

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Whereas

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the legal will,

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the mushiya, a Sharia, what he wants us to do, what he is, advise us to do what He has sent messengers of from himself to guide us to.

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But he gave us free will, whether to accept, to believe, to follow or not. And the Free Will becomes meaningless if we don't have the choice not to follow.

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Thus the presence of evil in his dominion is by his permission.

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Because creational will

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the presence of evil, it's by his creational will

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while being against his legal will.

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He permits evil. This is an important point because people get stuck. This is this dealing with a lost dominion and its power and control over everything. Ultimately,

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how if he has power and control of everything? Where did evil come from? This is the common question that is asked.

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The point that we need to understand here, the presence of evil in his dominion is by his permission,

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even though it is against his legal will.

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He permits evil not for the evil itself.

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But for the good, which the evil will cause

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or which it is connected to.

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As nothing is 100% evil.

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Humans commonly choose lesser evils to prevent greater evil

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or to gain benefits. We all know that we all experience it. We all do it. For example, people will deliberately undergo a heart transplant

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heart bypass operations to save their lives. But if you look at these operations, they're hideous, cutting open people's chest open up ribs taking hearts out there, you say I want to be loved.

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But all that is done for a greater good and that is to save their lives. Sometimes the silver lining of the cloud cannot be seen.

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The purpose behind the evil cannot be grasped.

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But just keep in

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Mind

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as in the case of the child, after his or her first visit to the dentist

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after the first visit to the dentist, because we can tell them all we want, oh, the dentist isn't nice man. And when they come in the dentist gives them a lollipop. And they suck on the lollipop nice, Mr. dentist. But then once he starts drilling in their teeth out of the villa, they're screaming, you know, this is the dead, this is an evil guy.

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So they can't see the good that is coming out of that drill in their teeth, which is hurting them.

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They can't see it. They're just too young, can't grasp their minds, they're not able to encompass the good behind the evil. So likewise, in our lives, there are many times evil things happen, bad things happen.

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Not nice things happen.

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And we're sad at the time, we're upset, etc. And then Moments later, days later, years later, we see if that hadn't happened. And this good thing would not have happened.

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So we say we think of course then for us as believers, we think a lot then we say thank you Allah.

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We couldn't say thank you at the time when the bad thing happened. And that's our nature. But that's the meaning of the common Arabic phrase Alhamdulillah Allah coonley.

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We thank Allah, all praises due to Allah, in all circumstances, whether they're good,

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or whether they're bad.

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Now, we're going to shift to the application. Following a bill McCall's four principles the application of the name,

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Principle number one, adopt where applicable,

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the Divine Name al Malik,

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the Divine Name al Malik, and the Divine Name al Malik, the Sovereign Lord, the owner and the king include meanings which human beings cannot imitate, because applicability, you know, is primarily, you applying to your life

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doing as the name implies.

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But these names when, when applied to a law, they're too fast.

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We're not able to imitate what a lot does.

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However, there are many aspects of serenity, ownership and rulership, which we can implement in accordance with divine guidance.

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The most important characteristic

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and this is the takeaway from today's session, the most important characteristic required of humans in positions of authority.

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ownership.

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serenity,

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when implementing these Divine Names, in their lives, is justice. And laddie

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there are many verses of the Quran, in which ally instructs the believers to be just in their dealings.

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Surah Nisa, verse 135. All you have believed, be persistently standing firm injustice. Yeah, yo, Nadine amanu new power mean bill test witnesses for a law, Shahada shuhada Lila well, Oh ALLAH and physical witnesses for our lives even if it's against yourself, oh, and validate or against your parents. I will up Robin or your relatives.

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Whether one is rich or poor, Allah is more worthy of both. So follow not personal inclination, less do be unjust. So don't follow fall at tiberiu Allah Allah and di D Lu.

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We must stand up for what is right. Even when it is hard.

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Law reminds us that even if it is against our own parents, we must stand firm in establishing it.

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It might be incredibly difficult, but it remains a duty upon us.

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Allah has said these same meanings in a number of other verses swirl majda verse eight, similar. Yeah, you're Latina, amanu kulu kawamata lillahi Shahada, a bill kissed

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Shahada because

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it's reversed only but it's repeated. Same idea, or you will believe we applied for a law and be bears of witness against justice with justice. And don't let the hatred of of people

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inside choose not to act justly. act justly.

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Well, I actually man nakoma Shanna Anna Coleman, Allah, Allah tadeu Yeah, doo doo, who are a parabola taqwa?

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act justly because it is near to piety.

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And be careful of your duty to Allah. Surely allies aware of whatever you do.

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In the lie Moodle, Bill agli will exam what he titled corba when her Anil fascia a wanker well Betty, either comme la la quinta de karoun, like I'm sure you all remember this from Juma. It's commonly said by the Imams, Masters all around the world. Allah commands justice and fair dealing

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in the La Jolla Morrow, Bill adley. One

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and the giving to family Kindred

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those close to you.

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And he forbids indecency and evil and rebellion. He admonishes you that you may be mindful.

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He commands justice and fair dealing, and I do well

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in this verse a lot directly commands Muslims to be just and deal fairly.

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As believers, we must consistently Be aware that these values are an integral part of our faith.

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Surah Raj man.

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Verses seven to nine

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was sama, Rafa, aha, well, what are our needs.

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And they haven't a law raised and imposed the balance that you're not trying grits breath, the balance, the balance is set, putting things in their proper place.

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The concept and the implementation of that balance

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is in order

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to ensure justice and establish weight injustice.

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The term used here in this versus this. Also, whack a mole was not built

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and do not make the balance deficient. We're allowed to sue

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while I took siru Amazon

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as with everything in the world, we must ensure we do not let evil in justices become more powerful than goodness. We must at all costs protect and support those who are oppressed or around in the pursuit of justice.

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Indeed, Allah commands you to render trusts to whom they are due.

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And whenever you judge between people do so justly. So Anissa was 58 in the La Jolla Morocco.

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And to add dual Mr. Natty Illa. Alia, weather hakam tune by NASS and Docomo bill agile.

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This is the command of Allah, verse after verse in the Quran.

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At the end of the day, we must remember that everything we do here on Earth should be for

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So when we fight for justice, and protect the oppressed

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when we fight for justice and protect the oppressed, this is just one way of showing our faith and devotion towards Allah.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam also promised the rulers

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that they would be under the shade of Allah throne

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on the day of judgment when there would be no shade, no other shade, except the shade of his throne.

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And he made that metaphor in order to motivate them to make sacrifices of their desires,

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which is absolutely necessary to establish justice amongst their subjects. Abu huraira quoted the promise of Solomon saying, several attune your Lil lhomme Allahu taala. Physically, there are seven who will be shaded by Allah Almighty.

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initiate

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the seven are not seven individuals, but seven groups of individuals.

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When yo Mel yo mala Zilla, Illa Zulu,

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on the day when there will be no shade besides the shade of Israel,

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who is number one of the seven, seven groups seven individuals.

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Mr. Moon I did

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a just ruler. So behind Allah.

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The fear just ruler

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will not realize justice without consciousness of Allah. taqwa.

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This is the bottom line without taqwa

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it's not possible.

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Only his fear of a law or her fear of a law would prevent them from oppressing people

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and seeking what would perpetuate his or her rule.

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None of his subjects or subjects have an authority over them. The only authority is Allah, they have nobody to answer to.

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And from another perspective, no one will truly know the reality of their justice except Allah. They will not know what he has, or she has to go through.

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To maintain justice will love we are and then we'll move Siddha mineral Muslim, as long as Allah said into verse 220, and Allah knows who is corrupt and who is correct.

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The prophet SAW Selim was also reported to have praised the just by announcing their special place near Allah, as reported by his companions,

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he said, Those who are just will be on podiums of light on the right hand of the Most Merciful.

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Principle number two of Evan baton,

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confirm were unique, and inapplicable.

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Well, inapplicable we said that in general,

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these names, as they are understood, with the law, being boundless.

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We cannot apply that to ourselves.

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Since true Dominion belongs only to Allah.

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And there are no real rulers besides Him. We call people rulers. They've been given those titles, etc. But they're not real rulers. Allah is the ruler.

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There they have just been given an opportunity to manage a section, a portion of his dominion.

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Consequently, the worst of all names

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is the title.

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molecule Manu,

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the King of kings in Persian Cheyenne Shah, it was the name of

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the last Shah of Iran. He had the title of shy and shot the most cursed name, despise the most disgusting name in the sight of Allah

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burera go to the provinces element saying the most detestable name in the sight of Allah is a man

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who names himself, King of kings.

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A man who names himself,

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King of kings.

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Some scholars add to this prohibition. Chief Judge, we use chief judge all the time, Adil Pudong,

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the judge who is head over all of the judges that are out there,

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the judge of the judges

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on the basis that the title Chief Judge is only suitable for law. Well, problems outside London say that.

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But for those scholars, I mean, some scholars, it's not something agreed upon, by all scholars a consensus that this is the case. But a

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set number of scholars have said this. And it's worth considering.

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Now, the effect of belief in the uniqueness of these three Divine Names

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should be reflected on.

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The first thing we should reflect on, is the fact that the belief that true possession and ownership of anything in this world belongs to a law, a law.

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And that all who own anything do so because a law gave them possession of it.

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It should not cause the believer on one hand to recognize a loss of identity and fulfill his right

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in whatever the believer possesses. While on the other hand,

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they

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are jealous of others, for what they have.

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It should cause the believer to accept the laws, right? To give from his dominion, whatever, whenever, wherever he wishes, to whomsoever He wishes. It's his right, It all belongs to him.

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The immediate consequence of that realization, and the subsequent belief is that it should erase jealousy

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from his or her heart, for those who possess more of this world than he or she does.

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The prophet SAW Selim gave some practical advice in this regard to help the believers accept a loss rule and to focus on the higher quality of gratitude. Once we have gratitude, this all melts away, just falls away, falls off us.

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Water on a duck's back.

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It doesn't stick just falls off.

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If we develop

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the quality

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of Alhamdulilah Alhamdulillah.

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It was on sale and said, Oh, man as farming.

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While I turn Zhu Li men who are for taco look to those less fortunate than you were below you. And do not look to those above you.

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It is better for you, in order that you do not deny what Allah has blessed you with. Because that's what happens. When you look at the person who has what you don't have. You forget what you have.

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And you only focus on what they have. You no longer appreciative of what you have.

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And it's the nature

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even with kids.

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If you watch the kids, kid has a toy, his brother or sister gets a new toy and the kid wants that toy. They want to get a hold of that toy. When you show them and give them their own toy which they already have. They throw it away.

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They don't even want to look at it anymore. All of a sudden their whole focus becomes on that other sibling who has a new toy which has caught their attention. So this is something ingrained in us.

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You know, this is this is what led

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Adam and Eve to eat from the tree that they were forbidden. They had all these other trees

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in the garden

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Oh hello for them to eat as they please, just one tree. We asked him, How in the world?

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Could they leave all of these other trees and just focus on that one tree? The other trees had no meaning to them anyway until they could eat from that tree. How shade on

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Satan put in their heads? The idea that this tree is the tree of life,

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eternal life

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would you like to be like the angels living forever?

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That they were, they hadn't even thought about death. You know, imagine Adam and Eve created, put in the garden or in the garden.

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And they're not even thinking about death. Life is what they found what Allah had given them.

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All of a sudden, Satan puts in their head,

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this idea that it could come to an end, it will come to an end.

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And when it does, you die. It's over. When you like to live forever, like the angels. That means thought about angels, angels live forever. Beside the case, well, we want to live forever do so that was enough

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to trick them.

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delude them. This is all mentioned in the Quran. I'm not making up a story for you. This is, you know, clearly explained in the Quran, that this is at the bottom of it. And this is the same spot we're in now.

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When we look around us,

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we forget what Allah blessed us with. And we can only see what Allah bless others with.

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The second principle is that belief

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that the unique an absolute rule belongs to Allah alone should lead the believers to conclude that absolute obedience is due only to Allah.

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If absolute rule belongs to Him, then absolute obedience is duty.

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For all other rulers on Earth, I servants. Therefore, it is obligatory to give precedence to obedience to the true ruler over those besides Him

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and to favor His judgment over the judgment of others. Because obedience to Allah is more obligatory than obedience to others.

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Others should only be obeyed within the limits set by Allah.

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If they command disobedience to Allah, they should neither be listened to nor obeyed unless they put a sort of your neck, a gun to your head. You know, that's a different situation we're talking about, under circumstances where you have a choice

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to save your life. Of course, there will be martyrs

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who allow Allah gave

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a feeling for martyrdom, a sense of presence and time and importance

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that they need to give their lives in order that others would resist

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their lawmakers among them, when our time comes, and if our time comes.

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But

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for the average person, like a my a modern knee, I said, when his mother and father already were killed,

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refusing to worship and accept the idols of Quraysh.

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When

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their master tortured them,

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they died.

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His mother first, then his father.

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When his turn came,

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and they started to torture him.

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He said whatever they asked him to say, whatever they told him to say, command him to say you want to live

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say that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was they didn't say Salaam Salaam.

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Say that Muhammad is a magician.

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Your true gods are a lot alasa an ailment that

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he just said whatever they told him.

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To say,

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of course he became very disgraced he felt so bad having said all those things but

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when the broadside Salam called him

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because he noticed the missing from the circles

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he just went into the background you felt so ashamed was called frame he was brought

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and of course a lot already informed the process on them of what happened to him when he asked him what happened and he said

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and then he asked him was your heart

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filled with the man

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always empty

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you're a man had gone

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the awesomeness why

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when Yasser said, murdered NASA said

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it was filled with the man or messenger of Allah.

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He said if they do it to you again, say what you said

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because his heart was empty of a man then he needed to repent to Allah. Because what he said was Khufu schilke everything the worst possible things he said.

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So

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given that circumstance

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you submit

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most people will submit and they are justified in submitting

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the province Our solemn was reported by a moron saying to have said Nah, utterly mahalo pin. Female see it in Holland.

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No obedience is due to the creatures if it involves this obedience to the Creator.

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There is also another narration related by Ali Baba Vitaly, in which he quoted the process element saying also

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la Tata female sia Tila in Namah ta two full mouth, no a bit DNS is you know, obedience is due to anyone, if it involves this obedience to Allah.

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Indeed, obedience is in what is good, through obedience, pleasing to Allah is in what is good.

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The third principle is that

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the fact that he Allah

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is king like no other Malik, Malik, Malik,

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because, if they give charity,

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their possessions and wealth decreases,

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whereas, in the case of Allah,

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when one gives charity,

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wealth increases,

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we should realize this,

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this is what we should realize,

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as one of the effects of belief in the uniqueness of these three divine things.

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Most people are shy to give charity

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because they see their wealth decrease. But the prophet SAW Selim himself said

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that wealth is not decreased by sacked by charity.

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What is understood is that it's increased, instead of decreased it is increased,

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give to receive

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the third principle of avian batal

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that were in the names there is hope.

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Wearing the names there is a promise, sorry,

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we're in the names there's a promise, then we should have hope.

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Having hope, where there is a promise, now, Owner of the Day of Judgment and its ruler, this is what Allah describes of himself in the Divine Names and Malik, Malik and Al Malik

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rule on the last day will belong only to Allah without any dispute from the earth, the rulers and sovereigns,

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their kingdoms and

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so

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These three Divine Names should give hope to the oppressed, that justice will prevail. One day, no matter how long it may take, it will prevail.

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I'll move cuyama is in Lila como by now. The Dominion on that day will belong to only Allah to Allah alone.

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And He will judge between them.

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Surah Sha 2/42 chapter voice verse 49.

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And Abdullah bin on is he quoted the browser's Allah saying Allah will gather the people

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on the day of judgment

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and call them in one voice, which will be heard by those far and those near saying, I am the king. I am the judge.

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And the Maluku and they

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it is from Allah's mercy for his creatures, that he will be the only ruler on that day. Because only he judges with absolute justice,

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free from any oppression or unfairness.

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Allah says in Surah lambier verse 47, I will set up the scales of justice on the Day of Resurrection, one other only magazine ahlquist

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Leone in Korea

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and no soul will be treated unjustly in any way for Allah to Lamu Neff soon, Shay.

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For latos law munaf soon share.

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No soul will be treated unjustly in any way. He said this again in swollen calf for his 49 while I am limo, Rob Booker.

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And your Lord will not oppress anyone.

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The fourth principle have been Bob Bob,

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that where there is a warning

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we should have fear to have fear, where the names contain warnings. Now these Divine Names and manacle Malik and Malik contain dire warnings about the consequences of our actions. They clearly address the fact that our law will call to account all sentience created beings with freewill for whatever they did with the possessions you gave them in this life.

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In a hadith could see that is a hadith narrated by the prophet sighs alum from Allah

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revelation from Allah

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in the words of the prophets

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yeah a body this is different from Quran Yeah, everybody, all my slaves in the harem to Zuma Allah nuptse I have forbidden injustice for myself, which is to who Banda como hora Rama and I've made it forbidden for you also. For Latin Allah mu. So do not be unjust to one another.

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Do not be unjust to one another. And the prophets are selling himself also based on revelation but not direct words from Allah.

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revelation from Allah.

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It's a puzzle.

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For in Zuma, Zuma twin yo malkia beware of injustice, for injustice will be darkness on the Day of Judgment.

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Thus,

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as the Divine Names called to just governance, ownership and rule, they also warn the believers of the demise of the dire consequences of unjust governance, ownership and rule on the Day of Judgment. Darkness on the Day of Judgment is an omnious metaphor describing

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The ominous sorry, metaphor describing the worst possible states to be in on that fateful day.

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Now, in Arabic it has, you know, it has a different ring.

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A lot tells us to, to avoid injustice, and it's called zoom.

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Because zoom

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will be Zulu, Matt. It will be

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darkness many

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instances or regions or experience of darkness on the Day of Judgment. So there's a relationship between

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a play of words between volume you know,

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when Allah says, Well, I have limo or Buddha uses the same terminology.

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Now,

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according to the prophets, I send them on the Day of Judgment, everyone will have to cross a very narrow bridge over the Hellfire in order to gain entry into paradise.

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A righteous person's good deeds will act as a light

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to facilitate the crossing of the bridge and successful entry into paradise.

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On the other hand, the oppressors, the disbelievers, the hypocrites who pretended to be Muslims, and the extremely weak Muslim with very few good deeds.

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They will be cloaked in layers of confusion and darkness, which which will prevent them from crossing the bridge. This is the consequence.

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This is the consequence

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oppressors.

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There are two types of oppressors and oppression. One is oppressors to themselves

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and the other is oppressors to others.

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oppressing oneself.

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where a person

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doesn't make sense seems to oppress yourself who would oppress themselves

00:57:40--> 00:57:42

he or she commits

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ship.

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In doing so,

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in the Chinook

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Lagoon, one of the

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Chinook is the biggest form of oppression.

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When one commits shirk,

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this is

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oppression to oneself.

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It's considered oppression for two reasons.

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The first of which is because a person who associate other gods with Allah is doomed to hell.

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Secondly, one of the definitions of shidduch is placing something where it doesn't belong. When a person commits shirk, he or she is essentially placing the worship of Allah which belongs only to Allah, where it doesn't belong. Worship should only be directed to Allah, and no other objects of worship.

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The second

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when a person commits any since this is oppression to oneself,

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Allah says in the Quran,

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well mind you to do the law for God, the Dalai Lama nafsa. Whoever transgresses the boundaries of Allah has oppressed himself.

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While they are the biller, we ask a lot to protect us from that state.

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And we close off our session now calling on a lie using these names

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or law because a law the name of law encompasses everything, all of them.

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Yeah, Malik. Yeah, Malik. Yeah, Malik. We believe that you are only true and rightful king.

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sovereign owner.

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Yeah, Malik.

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Help us to follow all your commands.

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As we know that they are all for our benefit.

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Yeah Malik support us to be your righteous slaves seeking to worship you in all that we do. Yeah Malik adonus with patience and following your shadia and clothe us with humility and obedience. Yeah Malik yeah Malik. Yeah Malik. guidance to justice in all our daily affairs and admit us all to your kingdom of paradise. I mean

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barakallahu econ.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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We will now

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move on to our q&a session.

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But before doing so,

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we have to remember again,

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which day?

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What fast

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what we're going to eat.

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The majority of us can easily easily say today

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I'm going to eat some boozers.

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I'm going to enjoy banana cake,

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steak, etc, etc. We can easily answer these questions.

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Fasting is not a problem this month.

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But there are young children starving among the row hinga and the Uighur Muslim communities.

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In this Ramadan, you can help through charity right. In order to feed a child for a whole year. All you have to do is raise $150 with the help of your friends and family.

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Please pledge today to become one of the 1000 people across the world who will take on this global challenge for the sake of Allah.

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Our beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW some of them said, the best of you are those who feed others.

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The best of you are those who feed others.

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So Wouldn't you like to be among the best of us?

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will now move on to our q&a session.

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What do we have

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for today?

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Questions on the topic

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from a gasolina

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is that a lot of people use a lot of names for various wizzy facts.

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For example, or maybe it was our second session sorry.

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They say a particular name 100 times or 1000 times or 40,000 times to achieve what they desire.

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Or they keep a particular name of a law written on a piece of paper. They keep the paper in their wallet

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for increase in risk

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to get money

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or they keep it next to the their jewelry. So the name would protect the jullie keep it safe from theft.

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What are your thoughts on that?

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Nonsense.

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absolute nonsense misguidance

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deviation.

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Another Deen not Islam, because Islam doesn't teach that in any way, shape, or form. That's another religion. Similar to

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Other religions that are involved in all kinds of fortune telling and you know, all those other things.

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stay far away from such people who promise you this will tell you this.

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And worse

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kosamba Zubair check. I'm asking about the Hadith which normally is normally quoted about the 99 Names of Allah, what is the defect in that name?

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Oh,

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the names which are not

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considered to be amongst the names of Allah

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as

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coming in

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Quran and Sunnah we said in the beginning, you know, if we just use our brain, our own thinking,

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we can come up with all kinds of names

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which describe elements of Allah.

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But if Allah didn't tell us

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through the Quran, or through the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad wa sallam, then better we stay away.

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That better we stay away, we have more than enough

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that can be derived directly from the Quran and the Sunnah. So why go to these other ones?

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Simple as that.

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That's just people. Wow. But you know, we do have this chart and it's at the back of our car and and, you know, we put it on the wall there the 99 Names of Allah, we have our children memorize it, and you know, it's not a good thing.

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Well, you know, what can we say?

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If the Islam which surprised that some of them brought

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is not sufficient for us,

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we're in trouble.

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The problem is, as Ellen said, in an authentic heavy, my truck to Shay and your car rebou, calm Illa Illa Amar Takumi I have not left anything, which will bring you closer to Allah without telling you to do it.

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What he said that's what his job was to tell us what to do.

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So if you are now going to take over his job

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and tell us, the rest of us what to do. Got a problem here. It becomes

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your Islam,

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his Islam,

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our Islam,

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okay, we call it miss Lam.

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Instead of Islam,

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no cube, con people sing Nasheed, where they give the Prophet attributes like nor king of both worlds, and they also sing the names of Allah is this permissible? New,

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giving the prophesied Salah attributes which belong to Allah is wrong.

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Fake stories, the light, the Mohammedan light and Nora Mohammadi there is a fairy tale

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which circulates in certain circles about what

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that allows light

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which brought things into creation split

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into

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more Mohammadi, the light of Mohammed salah and for the Shia as they say I need to Ali's light

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or

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light of Mohammed, salah

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and the light of Allah. It came all from Allah as light, then it split. Laws light continues, and the light of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam also continued

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and because of this light

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when the prophets are seldom used to walk

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Had no shadow.

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There's even a book written in Pakistan called

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a book written in Pakistan called

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the shadow less profit,

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profit without the shadow, and all kinds of other fairy tales. You know, there's no end to them. As you can imagine people write fairy tales all the time. All throughout history. Very deals have been written.

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But that is nonsense.

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general question.

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We still have some time.

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We started late a bit late. Try to go through them quickly.

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So your view is saying Bismillah before we do is compulsory?

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Well, I didn't say it's compulsory. I quoted you.

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You know, lie, we'll do a lemon lie. It's charisma lie.

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This is an all of the sooner

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I will doubt I tell me even imagine, unless it

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is an authentic ID. The fact that you never heard about it, or other people didn't hear about it doesn't mean that it doesn't have weight. Now, as I said, and I mentioned, some people say, Well,

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no,

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we'll do without dimension of a last name means your will do is not perfect. Absolutely. No, it will do meaning that you you know it because you didn't say Bismillah will do is zip completely gone. No.

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I said that.

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I'm not holding that, you know, position rigid position in that sense, though the Hadith implies it.

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But we know that that expression law will do

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last salata.

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These expressions

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can talk about,

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you know, perfection, completion

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or can talk about absence altogether.

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So I'm not arguing this.

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The argument rather broad faithful that

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in sweida, there's no mention. That's verse six. There's no mention of the best mela there.

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Yes.

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Is there mentioned about wiping the ears?

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No.

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Putting your fingers with water through your beard? No.

01:13:21--> 01:13:22

So then what?

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I understand that

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the description of Voodoo is should be based on what the companion said that the prophet SAW Selim did. That's where we get the proper

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full description the Quran is general, it says will do wash the face, hands, feet, up to the elbow

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or after the armpit up to your knee, only up to your ankles. Although this is not dealt with,

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washing between your toes or not washing between your toes.

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All of this is not mentioned.

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The Quran is general. So

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we go back to the sooner to get the specifics. And that's why the prompts are somewhat said.

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As I said weinzierl nyla vichara you Muhammad. So as

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the vicar the Quran was revealed to you.

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And zelicah declared it to be in early NASA to explain to the people minute delay

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what was revealed

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to them. It was revealed for the for humankind. But the prophet SAW Salem was necessary to give the details

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is five times daily prayer is mentioned in the crowd.

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No. Does that mean there's no 510? zero degrees? It's something made up people are insisting on it. This is why Jeevan you to pray five times a day.

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Can you argue well, it's not mentioned in the Quran. So why should I have to pray five times a day?

01:15:17--> 01:15:20

This is not how our Deen is understood.

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Where should one place one's hand when standing up

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from Procore

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Oh boy,

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put dad's back on your chest or leave your hands at your side.

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My opinion

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is leave your hands at the side

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placing your hands on the chest.

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This was not

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the established practice.

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And this is where the madhhab of Mr. Malik

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plays a role.

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Memory my Malik

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his grandfather was a Sahabi

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he was from the people of Medina.

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And he gave weight in his mother in his school of Islam, Islamic thought

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to the practice of the people of Medina, this is where it comes up.

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Because there's no Hadith which says Put your hands back

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only in the

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the use of what happened.

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Amen. Check it out.

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Are you back up?

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Okay.

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All the messages in the chat?

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Are questions have disappeared.

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One question just popped up. kosamba Zubair is asking is a suborder

01:19:01--> 01:19:03

an authentic Name of Allah.

01:19:04--> 01:19:05

It's not found

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in the Quran or Sunnah, though it is in the list

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in the narrations of Abba wood and tirmidhi

01:19:17--> 01:19:18

which

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a mama told me the himself said is not authentic.

01:19:24--> 01:19:26

So the name of the subwoofer

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is not correct.

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I prefer a marine shake. Can you say briefly about evil eye and how to fix the person.

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It's not a brief topic. It's a topic that requires depth.

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But know that in the end,

01:19:52--> 01:19:54

whether it's evil eye,

01:19:55--> 01:19:59

or its magic spells or whatever, it's what's on towards the modem.

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affliction is to the agency of the gym. That's what appears to be the

01:20:08--> 01:20:09

evidence

01:20:10--> 01:20:12

from the various

01:20:13--> 01:20:27

statements, practices, etc. The province outsell them. The agents that make these things work are the evil among the jinn that work with those people that are involved in such practices.

01:20:31--> 01:20:40

Another question, how can we take maximum rewards in Ramadan? with minimum of effort? Why?

01:20:41--> 01:20:45

Why do you want to just do the minimum of effort? Why not do the maximum effort?

01:20:48--> 01:20:49

What do you what do you think about that?

01:20:51--> 01:20:56

maximum effort then we have a chance for maximum reward.

01:20:58--> 01:21:05

Better to do that rather than fight seek what is the littlest possible thing I can do that is gonna give me huge reward.

01:21:07--> 01:21:07

Go

01:21:08--> 01:21:10

catch Lana to cover

01:21:11--> 01:21:14

all you have to just catch nine little further.

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But imagine if you didn't pray all of Ramadan, the only day Ramadan you praying is the you know, the 27th. That's it. That's the one day you're going to make your prayer. minimum effort. You can't get any less than that. Not even fudger zohore awesome Monterey, Asia, you're going into the hivju. Now

01:21:38--> 01:21:40

that's it. The brand the Dodge.

01:21:42--> 01:21:44

What do you think? You're going to get the maximum?

01:21:46--> 01:21:46

No way.

01:21:49--> 01:21:50

There's no way.

01:21:52--> 01:21:52

So

01:21:54--> 01:21:59

rather than look for the minimum, look for the maximum, what is the most you can

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do as much as you can?

01:22:05--> 01:22:16

Yes. Side by side said Is there any Hadith that the prophet SAW Selim spoke about someone who is not bearing children, male or female?

01:22:17--> 01:22:17

I don't know of any.

01:22:21--> 01:22:26

I don't recall any Hadith that speaks on that topic. But for sure.

01:22:27--> 01:22:37

There are no names of Allah to be said 40 times every Friday, after making

01:22:38--> 01:22:42

waso or whatever. That's going to

01:22:44--> 01:22:50

make your wife have a child or as a woman will let you have a child. No.

01:22:52--> 01:22:55

There's no such name. No such

01:22:56--> 01:22:57

teaching.

01:22:58--> 01:22:59

It's false.

01:23:00--> 01:23:03

The misuse of a last names.

01:23:15--> 01:23:16

Question.

01:23:18--> 01:23:23

is one occasion before marriage a major sin. fornication is a major sin.

01:23:25--> 01:23:30

Whether it's before marriage, it's after marriage. It's in between marriages.

01:23:32--> 01:23:33

It's a major sin.

01:23:42--> 01:23:49

Well, I think that looks to be our last question. Below one is sheer forgivable.

01:23:50--> 01:23:54

Major and Minor. If a person repents from it.

01:23:56--> 01:24:00

Everything is forgivable if a person repents from it.

01:24:01--> 01:24:14

The browser's element said at that ableman at thembi. One who repents from sin. Command lad ambala is like one who has no sin.

01:24:16--> 01:24:16

That is the

01:24:18--> 01:24:19

promise of the profits as

01:24:21--> 01:24:24

you sincerely repent from the sin

01:24:25--> 01:24:29

and the sin is erased. This is the mercy of a loss

01:24:31--> 01:24:31

on us.

01:24:42--> 01:24:49

Somebody was asking me to finish with what I was saying about the mob Malik in Medina.

01:24:51--> 01:24:59

hamdulillah I didn't recall where we were cut off but what I what I said about him

01:25:00--> 01:25:00

Maliki Medina

01:25:02--> 01:25:12

was that he took into account the practice of the people of Medina because they were grandchildren of the Sahaba.

01:25:14--> 01:25:17

You know, the Sahaba stayed in Medina

01:25:18--> 01:25:22

many of them leading Sahaba stayed live died in Medina,

01:25:24--> 01:25:28

their children, their family, the children, etc. They were raised in Medina.

01:25:29--> 01:25:32

So, the practice of the people of Medina,

01:25:34--> 01:25:36

Medina, you know,

01:25:37--> 01:25:57

there is a place where wait can be given to their practice. We don't say that whatever people in Medina did, what's them should do? Well, because if it was the practice of one or two people in Medina, that's not enough. If everybody Medina was doing it, you can be certain that is a part of the deal.

01:25:59--> 01:26:00

You can be certain

01:26:01--> 01:26:10

so Oh, yeah, what I was saying was that, you know, when you sit in, you know, between such days, when you place your hands,

01:26:12--> 01:26:16

we put them on our fire near our knees, whenever we do

01:26:18--> 01:26:24

our hands, in fists, or your hands straightened out,

01:26:25--> 01:26:29

most of us with just their hands like that, not in fists.

01:26:32--> 01:26:32

How do you know?

01:26:34--> 01:26:35

There's no Hadith

01:26:36--> 01:26:39

which describes that what the prophet SAW Selim did then

01:26:40--> 01:26:48

there are not so where do we get it from? We get it from the practice of the people of Medina.

01:26:53--> 01:26:55

So, that was just the point.

01:26:56--> 01:26:59

The value of the practice of the people of Medina

01:27:05--> 01:27:10

sorry, is there a name of Allah, this Lisa Hussain for marriage

01:27:12--> 01:27:16

meaning if you want to get married, just use this name of Allah.

01:27:18--> 01:27:21

Make sure that you make complete to go so before

01:27:25--> 01:27:26

choose

01:27:27--> 01:27:30

a secluded place in your house.

01:27:32--> 01:27:34

Stand on your head

01:27:36--> 01:27:36

and say the name

01:27:38--> 01:27:43

you will get husband gonna come knocking on your door.

01:27:47--> 01:27:53

Brothers and sisters, please give this stuff up. Leave it

01:27:55--> 01:27:57

It should have been buried a long time ago.

01:27:59--> 01:28:10

This way of thinking this understanding should have been put in the graveyard buried. So lots of janaza read on it. Dawn gone, finished.

01:28:14--> 01:28:15

There is no such thing.

01:28:17--> 01:28:18

Whoever selling it

01:28:19--> 01:28:24

is tricking you making money, good business.

01:28:25--> 01:28:26

There are books written on this.

01:28:27--> 01:28:41

Going into all kinds of deep details. amulets that you can make. Things you can drink. Things you recite over things you can write you want to you can write in, Saffron

01:28:43--> 01:28:45

on a plate, pour water on it, drink it

01:28:47--> 01:28:47

to get a baby.

01:28:50--> 01:28:52

Please, just leave that stuff.

01:28:55--> 01:28:56

It's 2021

01:28:59--> 01:29:02

time to move on. To move forward.

01:29:04--> 01:29:23

We are so encumbered by all of this weight of bidda innovation, foolish foolishness misguidance nonsense, which has been handed down to us from the generation before and before them and before them.

01:29:25--> 01:29:31

It's time to take the burden off, put it aside and of story.

01:29:33--> 01:29:42

May Allah protect the oma from such deviance misguidance misunderstanding,

01:29:44--> 01:29:45

forgiveness

01:29:46--> 01:29:49

and help us to be back on set often will still

01:29:51--> 01:29:51

mean

01:29:58--> 01:29:59

is it allowed to say

01:30:00--> 01:30:01

Ramadan Kareem

01:30:04--> 01:30:07

boys Kareem only used for law.

01:30:10--> 01:30:14

Well, we know Allah mentions Quran, Karim.

01:30:21--> 01:30:23

The Quran Allah

01:30:25--> 01:30:29

contains the words of a life, it's an Arabic etc.

01:30:32--> 01:30:40

There is no problem in saying Koran, or Ramadan, Kareem.

01:30:42--> 01:30:45

There's no harm. It may not be common practice.

01:30:47--> 01:30:52

It may not be common practice in certain parts of the world,

01:30:54--> 01:30:56

maybe where the Arabs are concentrated

01:30:59--> 01:31:00

in Yemen or whatever.

01:31:02--> 01:31:03

But

01:31:04--> 01:31:06

that doesn't make it right or wrong.

01:31:09--> 01:31:16

No, the custom of people doesn't make right and wrong in this case.

01:31:18--> 01:31:18

So

01:31:21--> 01:31:23

to say Ramadan Kareem

01:31:24--> 01:31:26

in response to Ramadan Mubarak,

01:31:27--> 01:31:28

no, ha.

01:31:31--> 01:31:32

In my view,

01:31:33--> 01:31:43

I know I've listened to some people have sent me shares phoolan Swan so he said, I've never heard of it. I never heard it.

01:31:46--> 01:31:47

I don't think so.

01:31:49--> 01:31:51

Nobody says hi, ROM.

01:31:52--> 01:31:53

Be da.

01:31:56--> 01:31:58

But just I've never heard of it.

01:31:59--> 01:32:00

I don't know where that comes from.

01:32:03--> 01:32:03

Okay.

01:32:06--> 01:32:07

No problem.

01:32:21--> 01:32:25

Any more questions or we can call it a day.

01:32:26--> 01:32:28

Straight is playing guitar around.

01:32:30--> 01:32:32

Someone is asking.

01:32:33--> 01:32:34

from Instagram.

01:32:36--> 01:32:38

Displaying guitar haraam

01:32:39--> 01:32:40

tries to play guitar.

01:32:43--> 01:32:43

What?

01:32:45--> 01:32:47

Jeff Malala you are playing guitar?

01:32:48--> 01:32:48

Yeah.

01:32:50--> 01:32:52

Of course, I was the Muslim at the time.

01:32:53--> 01:32:55

Yes, I used to play the guitar and

01:32:56--> 01:32:58

up on stage nightclubs.

01:32:59--> 01:33:00

Singing

01:33:04--> 01:33:06

But that was before Islam.

01:33:08--> 01:33:09

The prophet SAW salam, I'd said

01:33:12--> 01:33:16

regarding wind and stringed instruments,

01:33:19--> 01:33:22

that they are not to be used.

01:33:25--> 01:33:26

They are not permissible.

01:33:28--> 01:33:31

The guitar is a stringed instrument.

01:33:33--> 01:33:41

And in fact, reality is what that even if you produce the sound of a guitar

01:33:42--> 01:33:46

on a synthesizer of whatever kind,

01:33:47--> 01:33:59

sounds just like a guitar, but it's not a guitar. There's no strings, nobody's hitting on strings. It's just playing pressing keys. At sounding just like anytime. That's also forbidden.

01:34:02--> 01:34:07

Because what's forbidden of the guitar, winded stringed instruments.

01:34:08--> 01:34:13

It's not how the sound is made. It's the sound.

01:34:15--> 01:34:16

The sound has an impact.

01:34:18--> 01:34:20

It touches our hearts

01:34:21--> 01:34:25

with words, it creates

01:34:26--> 01:34:29

things which we can't understand

01:34:30--> 01:34:32

the ultimate

01:34:33--> 01:34:34

effect.

01:34:36--> 01:34:40

All I know is that as a musician, common person, even

01:34:43--> 01:34:44

a song that

01:34:45--> 01:34:47

I used to listen to

01:34:48--> 01:34:50

40 years ago

01:34:51--> 01:34:52

50 years ago.

01:34:54--> 01:34:55

If I hear

01:34:56--> 01:34:59

three notes, four notes from it, it's all back in my head.

01:35:00--> 01:35:10

We forget the Quran we memorize Quran we forget it we memorize we forget it. But the Saudis like it's just like it's been burned into the brain.

01:35:14--> 01:35:15

That's reality.

01:35:16--> 01:35:18

That is reality.

01:35:21--> 01:35:22

Okay, sure Allah.

01:35:25--> 01:35:30

We'll close our session now. thanking everyone for being with us.

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shala We hope you will continue, follow the series make dua

01:35:37--> 01:35:39

for all of us present

01:35:40--> 01:35:41

for me in particular.

01:35:43--> 01:35:48

And we ask Allah to bless our Ramadan

01:35:49--> 01:35:51

and give us the full reward of it.

01:35:53--> 01:35:54

Help us

01:35:55--> 01:36:01

to practice it fast this month, as we should be fasting

01:36:03--> 01:36:09

subhanak Aloma Ambika Chateau La Land and let's start with firaga on a tour like

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so how are they come to mind what a cattle Barakatuh VML Kareem