Bilal Philips – In the Names of Allah – 12 – al-Mutakabir & al-Kabeer

Bilal Philips
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of respecting others and learning from past students in Islam. They also mention the benefits of helping Muslims in poor countries, such as feeding them in need of special medical attention and using vaccines to alleviate diseases. The speakers emphasize the importance of learning from past students and keeping eye contact, as well as the use of "branded" in political and media settings. They end with a mention of a future session on "branded" in Islam.
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So now my Aiko Rahmatullahi wa barakato

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I'd like to welcome you all

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to the next session session number 12

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of our series in the names of Allah.

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But before starting our session, we will go to our

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ratings ratings which have been sent to us

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by our regular students like

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zebibah Hartman,

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who gives her salons to everyone.

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my Hatta, Mohamed

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also gives his salons from Kigali, Rwanda alaikum Salaam

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carry on and Hannah

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giving salaams

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Roshan Ali

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from Mauritius

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alaikum Salaam Cleon and Hannah are

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following us in Medina, Saudi Arabia

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they are blessed to be able to pray five times daily prayers in my studio hot off Masha Allah

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I really miss Medina I lived there for six years. Mashallah

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Sister rasheeda Abdul Rashid

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from the US

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one of our instructors in the international Open University

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greetings of Salaam to you also

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zingg guide

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from Cape Town South Africa alaikum Salaam to you

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and to Nadira, tajudeen

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waalaikumsalam from Melbourne, Australia

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have been ocean Bulu

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walaikum salam from Nigeria

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so the man in Goa

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from Mumbai Mombasa Kenya weightings of salaams to you to

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and from Hosseini Mohammad

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alaikum Salaam

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and Halima de from Phoenix Arizona USA

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Madeira comments share Masha Allah

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Allah guided you to the right path with hedaya and gave you knowledge of the deen

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and through you allows one to Allah is guiding and blessing 1000s of people's you are blessed chef. May we all be blessed.

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a sham Khurshid Khurshid from Kashmir, Srinagar Kashmir,

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Wa Alaikum. Salaam and Omar Mohamed

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from Salinas, CA. ca stands for here. That for California is for Canada, or what

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zifa actually read we have Eva Munir waalaikumsalam to you from Pakistan, in Pakistan.

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And we have Muhammad

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the Connie

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from Mogadishu alaikum Salaam and of course you know I lived in Somaliland for a number of years

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Have a home their family there

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have an Islamic school

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Muslim ambassadors Islamic school for

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primary and

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pre k into the kindergarten and nursery

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which is run by my wife

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my child law

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if you are there in Somaliland you don't know about it, then know about it shall lights the best school for those grades in Somaliland

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and also greetings to latifi us

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from Zanzibar Yeshe

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and doublet

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a photo of

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from Uzbekistan Masha Allah.

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Allah bless the Muslims of Uzbekistan

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Nyima money from Bangladesh

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while they come Salaam to you,

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Moxie from Australia and I mean, Tonga who, from Indonesia Mashallah. We have our Islamic Studies program or Bachelors of Arts in Islamic Studies translated into the Indonesian language. And Mashallah, we have many students joining every semester.

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It's available in English also for everybody. And we have a number of students studying in English, but the numbers that have come in speaking

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Malay or Bahasa Indonesia

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are many.

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So Mashallah many many.

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Omar Mohamed from Salinas, California while they come Salaam to you also

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and far too soon.

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Share Habu

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from Dallas Texas alaikum Salaam to you also

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as well as aman Akram

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Halima from Netherlands

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May Allah accept our efforts and may you all benefit from whatever little knowledge I'm able to share with you.

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from Virginia, Polycom Salaam Hamad the garni

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inviting me to the capital Mogadishu Sharla. When the bombs stop exploding I'll be happy to come

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Oh my farrokh

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from Pakistan

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nothing fun from Mumbai India. While they come Salaam to you all Ayesha a fellow Jamaican revert from the UK and then with Ireland Welcome to Islam

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Mashallah, don't forget our brothers and sisters back in Jamaica.

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They have some projects there to build some masjids So, whatever. So, support you can

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generate to help

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inshallah, we hope you will do so.

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Say and YG Aleykum selam.

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Said Mohammed YG

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always here in Qatar,

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what is originally from Pakistan and then Miss Island

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and mirror No, no, no man that should be no man from occupied Kashmir, Indian occupied Kashmir mela,

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free Kashmiris from that occupation, they get their independence inshallah.

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With that, we will now shift into our program,

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our regular program.

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This Mila Rahmani Raheem

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In Alhamdulillah naghmeh doin si no wanna stop federal? When I was a Billahi min Cerulean fusina amin se Katya Molina

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indeed all praises due to Allah. May Allah is Peace and blessings beyond his last prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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we will enter session number 12

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in which we'll be covering two names, the 13th and 14th names that are interrelated

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Kabeer which we all are familiar with, and I will move to Cambodia.

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in terms of places in the Quran, where we can find these names

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al Kabir is mentioned six times in the Quran.

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Among them in Surah Arad verse nine, animal of a beaver Shahada al Kabir rule Mata,

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Knower of the unseen and the seen the great the high an exalted

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in the case of our motor carrier, it is only mentioned once

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in relationship

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to Allah.

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Allah Mohammed Al Aziz al Jabbar al Motta cambier,

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like Al Jabbar

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only once mentioned,

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in relationship to Allah.

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Because, for the most part, the negative side of this of the name in terms of its understanding

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for human beings,

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is something despised in Islam.

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But the positive side gives Muslims confidence and hope.

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The Guardian, the mighty, the compeller, and the proud

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in terms of its meaning.

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The road from which these two names are derived is kibber,

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which means to become great, and it also means pride.

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The Divine Name al Kabir means one greater than everything.

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One who is above the characteristics of his creatures,

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so there is nothing similar to him.

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On the other hand, the Divine Name and mata cambier with regards to Allah means one greater than everything evil,

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one too proud to oppress His servants, and one proud of his dominion.

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linguistically, the Divine Names al Kabir and Al Motta cambier come from the trilateral route.

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Caf Ba, Ra,

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and its meanings are derived from the verbal noun, the master keyboard,

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or keyboard Bruen.

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The verbal noun has five basic meanings. The first is to be great in rank and nobility

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and the second to be great in size. The third meaning is to be great in age and the fourth to be great in learning and knowledge.

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And the fifth meaning is to have rights above all others.

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Now this route

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and from both of the

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names I'll give you Kabir and Al Mata Kabir appear some 161 times in the Quran

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in 18 different derived forms

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for example, Cabrera

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visit great or it is difficult

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for cap beer

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water cap marine

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Aqua baru

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ke baru, Cobra,

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KB, Kabir, etc, etc.

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linguistically Kibriya, which comes from the root also refers to the content

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Abdo greatness. One who is Kabir is someone great in rank and skill

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Alize al Kabir they all great, the most great for each of his attributes, he is the greatest

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of all links His attributes of transcendence along

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with that of Al Kabir to complete his quality of greatness and granddaughter. Al Kabir says in the Quran, Fallbrook, Mali Lahaina Ali Al Kabir.

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So judgment belongs to Allah, the Most High the grand

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in terms of the application, according to even battles for principles,

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the first adopt where applicable.

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These two Divine Names al Kabir and Al Kabir are not very applicable to humans in a positive sense, and I use mainly negatively. For example, career being used to mean aged or older is fine

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or great in a carefully limited sense. However, real human greatness is perfected in our humility before Allah

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and His people.

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What do we mean by greatness in humility?

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Allah praises those who are humble for his sake or the sake of the religion

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as it is a rare quality among people. Consequently, it is a characteristic which we all should strive for

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a lot of states

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in the Quran in surah majda verse 54 yeah you Allah Dena amanu

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my damn income and DNA for Sophia to never be comin you have boom or you have buena

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a village in Ireland movement in why's that in Ireland, caffeine, or you will believe whoever Have you should leave this religion.

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Allah will bring forth a people he will love and who will love him

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who are humble towards the believers. This is a section of the verse which is most relevant and powerful against the disbelievers. So this these are qualities that a lot speaks about, of this beloved

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group of people who allow it bring forth to replace us if there wasn't amongst us, those who display these characteristics, being humble towards the believers and powerful against the disbelievers powerful meaning, stopping their harm.

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in trading and dealing with them, you know, ensuring protecting the Muslim state the Muslim oma from the harm,

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The prophet SAW sanlam reiterated this concept, promising great results for the humble. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was reported to have said, well, Mata WA, I had only Noah Illa Allah Allah, Allah will elevate whoever humbles himself or herself for his sake.

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The greatest strength that we can attain is to have true reliance upon Allah and to seek his support and guidance in hardship, as well as in ease.

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Therefore, the highest level of greatness that we can attain is to show sincere humility to our Lord and Master Almighty Allah. Allah Kabir. And

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and as I said,

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we're Ross hoonah. Phil Elmi. You're colonna, man nah be cool, lumen nd rabina

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Maya Kuru Illa, Allah Al Al Bab.

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Those who are well grounded in knowledge, say, we believe in it. It is all from our Lord. But none will take heed, except the people have understanding. So this is their humility. They believe in it, and accept that it is from their Lord. They don't claim for themselves.

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special status because of it.

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Our arrogance can manifest itself in a variety of subtle ways, which we may not even recognize. For example, we become arrogant when we only follow the Quranic verses, or Hadees, which suit us.

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It's this is a common illness amongst Muslims today, we pick and choose what is convenient for us and reject what is not. However, that is not Islam, that is our lamb,

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or miss lamb, not Islam. Instead, we should strive to apply the whole of the message of Islam to our daily lives, and dealings. According to the best of our abilities, not to say that we're able to do everything, but according to the best of our ability, we do as much as we can. We may be unable to do some aspects, or too weak at different points in time to do what is right. But we should avoid covering up our weaknesses by rejecting parts of Islam, which are not convenient for us to practice.

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The second principle of Ibn batal is to confirm where there is uniqueness in the names and where they're inapplicable.

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The effect of belief in the Divine Names

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is that

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when we believe in a laws, uniqueness with regards to his name, for example, I'll clear

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that he is greater than anything helps the believer to realize why it is not possible to know a laws essence.

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Why questioning why, or how are inappropriate with regards to a law.

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Though we gain our knowledge through questioning why and how.

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With regards to a law, it's not appropriate. human knowledge cannot encompass a law as the law said, Well, I hate to be enemy be elmen Well, I hate to be elmen knowledge cannot encompass him.

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the believer knows where to stop with regards to questions about the law.

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Questions about how with regards to a lot of attributes are unanswerable. As a result the promise Arsalan told us

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the fact Kuru Fie, Allah Allah, Allah to fuck kyrou Phil,

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reflect on the signs of Allah, but do not reflect on Allah. I mean, if you just heard that said it might sound Why should we reflect on Allah, you should reflect on him.

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But reflecting on Allah, in the sense of him being al Kabir, Kabir, you know, Al Jabbar and all the different qualities that we have, and what comes from it, the impact that it

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gives or has on our faith, and our practice, this is all good. But what is spoken about when rasa Sallam said that don't reflect on Allah is talking about reflecting in the sense of trying to figure out how and why.

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To know Allah, one should see the great science in his creation. We know him through his creation. And we read about him in the verses of the Quran which are filled with his attributes and the Sunnah of the Prophet Salaam, where their abundance of explanatory metaphors Allah, you know, let's say this about that or you see

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a woman wants amongst the prisoners. You know, she was

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Looking after a battle, she was looking amongst the prisoners for her child, you know that somehow it got mixed up with them. And she found the child immediately started to circulate and hug it and, and

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he asked the companions who thought So what happened? You know whether

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they would imagine that she would throw her child into the fire?

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No way. He said in the same way Allah hates to throw anyone into the fire.

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So that's a metaphor he's giving to help us grasp the love of a law, but at the same time, His justice which must take place.

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if we consider

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the holidays, which surprised us alum told us

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about the last third of the night,

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when half or two thirds of the night passes, is reported to have said,

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a law most blessed and transcendent descends to the sky of this world and says, Is there any petitioner to be given his petition?

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Is there anyone supplicating to be answered?

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Is there anyone seeking forgiveness to be forgiven?

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That continues until the break of dawn

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had its well known Hadith.

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without any shadow of a doubt.

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This Hadith

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is in fact, an encouragement

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to get up in the night,

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after the middle of the night, in the latter part of the night, the last third

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and pray, pray what prayed the 100

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This, of course, is a great act. It's a voluntary act. It's not

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a compulsory act.

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And as such,

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when we pray that night prayer,

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the reward for it in terms of our voluntary prayers is the greatest. There is no prayer greater than that.

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So this statement, and figurative explanation of the process

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should be taken on surface value.

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Not that we start to delve into how it is that Allah descends, while being above his throne. That's the first issue is the law of Islam. Yes.

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So how is this descending while still being above his throne? Is he still above this? Romani descends, right? Yes.

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And is there anywhere in the world? That doesn't have a last word of the right? Yes,

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there is nowhere you know, it's the last third of the night here. Then after that, the the people to the west, it will become the last night for them.

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And then to the people after them going on West Ridley, the last word of the night will be coming.

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So if every minute

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of every day is the last third of the night,

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when would a lot I send back to a strong?

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This is mind boggling stuff right? such questions are not relevant to Allah, because they are the product of trying to understand a law in human terms and are based on the laws governing his creation.

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So this is where we step back. And of course, some people say, well, what's the difference between that and the Christian Trinity?

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Sure, no, because when when the questions are asked, Well, how they say, Well, you know, only God knows how it is.

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is different.

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That is going against scripture, God is one.

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And they're saying he's three in one,

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and three is not one.

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And one is the same as the other two, each one is the same as the other. This is whole, another set of confusion is different. Don't put this in the same category as reflecting on a law. You know,

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what we're talking about is the type of questions for example,

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where people say, people have choices.

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But how is it that people have choices when Allah already knows what he has written down? regarding our choices? Since we're unable to choose anything other than what he has written down, prior to our creation? Do we really have a choice?

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Again, that approach puts the fact that Allah knows the future. Absolutely. And that human beings have freewill into a human framework.

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We're trying to understand it from a human perspective.

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But the reality

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is that

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though it may seem unanswerable, from our perspective, it is fact everything is written.

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And we choose

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hasn't been written, because Allah knows the future.

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Allah, they all know or knows the future in all its details.

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And that human beings and what human beings do

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is according to their free choice,

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which is something we experience

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the how of that is left to Allah.

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Otherwise, it leads philosophers and others to conclude that Allah doesn't know the details of the futures, the only way, the only way out when they're trying to explain it in human terms is to say, a lot, it doesn't really know the details of the future. He knows the future in general, but not the details, until they happen.

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And this actually is a statement of shirk.

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in fact, it does mean somebody says it and there are people were saying it

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allama Iqbal.

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In his book reconstruction of Islamic thought he's precept in there.

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I remember reading it when I among the early books that I read when I first came into Islam, and at that time, it made sense. It solved this problem, but it's not correct.

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The prophets Allah also warned that Satan would try to draw people into such thoughts, saying, Satan will come to every one of you and ask, who created this? And who created that? Until he questions and who created your Lord?

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When he reaches there, you should seek refuge in Allah. Say, I affirm my faith in Allah and His prophets, and avoid such further thoughts. Stop it there, nip it in the bud.

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But it's a satanic way to create confusion, doubt all this.

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The name alma mater Kabir is only suitable for a long and useful in realizing that the believer should avoid its negative human implications.

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Allow the master of all is justifiably proud and dignified. While humans should be humble, fearful and submissive.

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That's a lot promises, the Hellfire for the haughty and arrogant human beings who are too proud to submit and worship here.

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And so xmr verse 60, Allah says there is a fee jahannam Mufasa lil Mata Cambrian is there not inhale and abode for the arrogant and the prophets Allah had said

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That on the Day of Judgment,

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a lot most great and glorious, would fold up the heavens and take them in his right hand and say, I am the king, where are the tyrants and the arrogant. Then you fold up the earth in his left hand and say, I am the king, where are the tyrants, and the arrogant.

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It was pride in ancestry that prevented Prophet Muhammad SAW sunlamps uncle from accepting Islam on his deathbed. And it was pride in his reputation for generosity that prevented even Geodon from turning to Allah and seeking forgiveness. He was a very famous

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charitable individual that even Aisha asked about, she had doubts. And this is like, Mother Teresa, you mean Mother Teresa? is going to *? Well, actually, we can't say that.

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But we can say if she believed she died believing that Jesus was God.

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And that's who she worshiped, then yes.

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If we don't know, maybe before she left this world, she gave up that belief, and took the true belief that God is one. And Jesus was a messenger of God.

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We don't know. So but of course, we don't need to go into that into that we can just say what is what is obvious. Outwardly, what she has said, and what she taught, and you know, the system that she belonged to etc, all point to

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believe that Jesus was God, which is unfit, unforgivable, a sin which God will not forgive.

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the bottom line here is that good deeds, etc. As long as we don't have the correct belief, then all of that good, all of those good deeds will not benefit one in any way.

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So, probably not as as alum also warned against the consequences of pride, saying he was in his heart, the weight of a mustard seed of pride will not enter Paradise. Someone asked, indeed a person loves that his dress should be fine

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and his shoes should be fine.

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The products are seldom replied indeed. Ally's graceful and he loves grace.

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In the Lada, Jimmy loon, your haemangioma

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pride is disdaining the truth out of self conceit

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and contempt for people. This is the ultimate pride which will destroy one's opportunity for entering bad eyes.

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In reflecting on the uniqueness of Alberta cambia with regards to feelings of pride,

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the believer who seeks knowledge should be especially careful to avoid it.

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Because the arrogant will be too proud to sit in the circles of scholars considering it below their dignity

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and thus, they prefer to remain ignorant.

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There are many like

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In fact,

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such an individual may not even get

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into arguments and issues in spite of his ignorance in order to give himself status in the eyes of the common people.

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And Allah said

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Amina nasci, manga jadu fillet via radian, wala houda Well, aki tabin movie my lucky tabin munia there is among people, some who argue about Allah without knowledge,

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guidance, or scripture of enlightenment.

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Prophet Moses

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was not prevented by his status as a prophet from seeking knowledge from one who could possibly have been beaten

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neath him in knowledge toddler,

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he said to

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* at tapioca Allah and to our lemony mimma or Linda Rashida. May I follow you, that you may teach me have the right knowledge, which you have been taught

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is Prophet Moses Musa

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Moses, he was ready to learn from whoever had more knowledge than him.

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And scholars of the past the righteous scholar is known as scholars have the self. They benefited from knowledge which their students possessed, which they did not have her Mady, one of imaam Shafi students, said, I accompanied a Shafi from Mecca to Egypt from Makkah,

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where he was studying to Egypt when he returned to Egypt.

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And I benefited from him in some legal issues. And he benefited from me, in Hades, which he didn't have.

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enough for me Didn't know humble.

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scholar to whom the humbly School of Law is associated, he said, because he was a student of the mama Shafi himself. And he said a Shafi told us you are more knowledgeable in Hadith than me, didn't have any problem.

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So if a hadith is authentic, in your view, tell us about it so we can use it.

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That was his approach.

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we should

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use the type beer, Allahu Akbar, in its different forms. We should use it often.

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You know, Subhana Allah, when things happen,

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a long walk but

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when amazing things happen also, we should use it. It should be

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a part of the sooner that is revived.

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Now, Abdullah bin Omar, he narrated that a man joined the congregational prayers late. Upon joining the rose. He started his prayers with the following words. Allahu Akbar Kabira Well, hamdu Lillahi kathira was so behind Allah He book craton wa sila.

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After completing the prayer, the prophet SAW Selim asked the people who said that

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and the man replied, oh messenger of Allah. I did not intend by it other than good. He thought he had done something wrong in the process Salam was about now to

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lambaste him. Put the bombs on Salim said, I saw the gates of heaven open, because of those words.

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Starting in our prayers, I know we have all learned different introductory to us. But here it is, authentically reported abnormal said. After that, I never stopped saying these words.

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Since the brown sauce Allen said that

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it was in every prayer.

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The third principle of Ibn backhaul is to have hope, where there is a promise in the Divine Name. Now these two Divine Names are Kabir cambier. While being specific only to Allah,

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promise special rewards for those who carefully avoid adorning themselves with them in this life.

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So the names indirectly promise, great rewards for those who avoid the evil associated with these names. When applied to humans and the jinn.

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If we consider the ranking in this world and in the life to come, we naturally admire those who are most beautiful, most intelligent, most eloquent,

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most powerful and we tend to stop there.

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But in spite of our preference, for those previously mentioned qualities, which tend to make us proud, we should remember the other characteristics and qualities which are particularly pleasing to Allah,

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which we do begrudgingly admire also, like those who are most generous,

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those who are most merciful, most kind, most friendly, most humble, they're all these on the other side. A lot has promised great rewards for these characteristics, Wilds the previous group, you know, which had to do with people who are most beautiful, most intelligent, etc, etc. Those people are on the edge of a cliff about to fall.

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A lot of Kabir himself said

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wonder k for

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whom I

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went to UC Berkeley,

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to UK marudhara Jatin UK Bharata Dena, see how we prefer

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one above another in this world. Law says,

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Look at how I favor some over others.

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And indeed, the hereafter will be greater in degrees and greater in preferment

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the poorest in this world, who are not in the least admired when we see poor people this this is not the point of admiration. We don't admire them. Unless it is somebody who lives a poor life, though they have

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means to live a good rich life.

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They choose to sacrifice and give,

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be generous.

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Can the richest in the hereafter

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the who are who who are they? Who are the richest in the hereafter? Those people who we

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didn't admire they're the least admired because they're poor. They can be the witches in the hair after it all depends on one thing. Our rank with Allah Al Kabir

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Abu huraira quoted the browser as Elena saying, the poor Muslims will enter Paradise before the rich by half a day. Oh, only half a day.

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He will not say the length of that half a day is equal to 500 years.

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fukumura Allah muslimeen agenda kubla alvernia him be innisfil

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Boko Haram summit

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so behind Allah,

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this should give us a sense of contentment. finding happiness in this life. The Divine Names also contain a promise that human beings will only find true happiness with Alka beer.

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This is the case

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as it is ingrained in our nature, to seek love and protection wherever possible. And the law can beer is the source of perfection.

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So only by turning to him, can our hearts feel peace and happiness.

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And of course,

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a lot of Kabir had said alladhina amanu I thought my end Niccolo boom liquid Allah, Allah be the cradle law, he taught my inner kulu

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those who believe and whose hearts find satisfaction in the remembrance of Allah.

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For without doubt, only in the remembrance of Allah, do hearts find satisfaction.

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In fact,

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the more we get to know about Allah through his names and his attributes, the more we find ourselves turning to him with true love and devotion, and feeling secure and peaceful.

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So we shouldn't disappoint ourselves by expecting others around us to be perfect and by admiring those with

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wealth or status, but little or no faith by admiring our Lord Allah by relying on and trusting in Allah Kabir alota cambier,

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the all great source of perfection,

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we will never be shocked or disappointed.

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Instead, we'll be amazed by his enormous rewards for our smallest deeds.

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The last principle

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of a bin batol was fear where there is a warning.

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The warning and these Divine Names is by implication again, it's not obvious it's not stated there are some names where it's stated crystal clear,

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but many of the names it's by inference, not direct.

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So it's not openly stated however, it is there nonetheless, clarified in both the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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consecrate, consequently, excessive pride and haughtiness is despised in Islam, while its opposite humility is highly treasured. So much so that even the smallest amount of pride are considered destructive. As we mentioned earlier, the problems are Salama one does have its serious consequences in the heaviest of possible words. Lion horn Janata man canopy kalbi him it's called the rotten innkeeper. Whoever possesses an atom's weight, have pride in his heart, or heart will not enter Paradise.

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So this prophetic statement warns the believers of * for what seems like a small error. However, it is a big error in a lot of sight, which is why the consequence is so great. The followers of the prophet SAW Selim learned this lesson well,

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the companion or why even Zubair said, once I saw all might have no hardtop carrying a large leather water pouch on the shoulders, going into the streets. So I told him, oh, ameerul momineen, he was the Khalifa. You shouldn't be carrying this.

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Omar replied to him. A delegation came to Medina and I observed their obedience to me.

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They're humiliating themselves to me.

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And some pride entered my heart. So I wanted to destroy it.

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I didn't want to give it a chance to grow. So he went and did what would take him down anybody looking at him would didn't know it was all model sell. World guy.

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So with respect,

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we should have respect for others for the sake of Allah. It is common among people to scorn and look down at others,

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feeling ourselves to be great and better than others due to our wealth, our status and our looks,

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however, that the cardboard, heartedness

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or pride is despised by law

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and it instead lowers and humiliates us in a lost sight. Though it lifts us in the sight of people, it humiliates us, in the sight of Allah. As Allah said, Yeah, you alladhina amanu lyase har Coleman Coleman, as a cool new hire on men home.

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All you have believed, let not a people ridicule and other people, perhaps they may be better than them.

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The reality is that our knowledge of others is based mainly on assumptions. We don't know what's going on inside of the person what their backgrounds are and all the details. You don't know it, we just judge them from the outside. Thus we shouldn't mock or insult others, as they might have a better position with a lot. Animoto cambier that than ourselves.

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Islam teaches us to respect others, even though they may possess less beauty, less knowledge

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wealth, fame status, or they may even have a different color of skin than us.

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Which is why the prophet SAW Selim warned the oma about pride issues. When building the family unit on which this society stands. He especially wonders against choosing wives or husbands, for the usual superficial reasons for which people are proud. He said, women may be married for four reasons

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for their property, their status, their beauty, and their religiosity. So get the one who is religious, and you will prosper.

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He warned DOMA. And it goes both ways. So it's talking about men marrying women, it's women married men, same thing.

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So we have to struggle with arrogance. Allah Almighty is the only true ruler and we are His slaves. Let us not forget this most basic fact.

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It is very easy to fall into arrogance, thinking that we know better and ending up transgressing the limits set by law, and

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consequently, we should carefully monitor our hearts in order to catch feelings of arrogance creeping in, and deal with them immediately. by reminding ourselves of the greatness of Allah, we should not get carried away with our wealth or our achievements. Indeed, we should always remember that it is all from Allah, Al Motta camp, and not from ourselves. The best way to avoid arrogance is to remember Allah as much as we can, until it becomes a habit to immediately thank him for good, that comes our way.

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So let us be more thankful by saying sincerely

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and not just as an afterthought, and handling that.

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Furthermore, we should strive to revive the regular Sunnah sunnah

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of Prophet Muhammad Salah. In doing so, Jude a shocker. The prostration for gratitude. And we should do it regularly.

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We'll now close our session

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with the closing da.

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Using these names Yeah, Allah. Yeah, can you? Yeah, I'm with the Gambia. We know that your greatness is perfect. And beyond our imagination.

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Help us to reflect on your greatness in order for us to stay close to your commandment

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inspire us to glorify you in the best way. Yeah, Kabir adorn us with pride in Islam and your final prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and protect us from arrogance. Yeah, Allah guide our hearts and our actions to show humility towards you,

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our Deen

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and your creation and make us of those who are blessed to witness your granddaughter in paradise. I mean

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barakallahu li walakum wa Rahmatullahi wa barakato

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now move on

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the second portion of our session and that is the question and answers.

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Omar Farooq

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is out asking if you guys have links to any mastery projects. Please share. I'd love to donate

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We have a number of projects,

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which are education educationally related.

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We have a project called 1 million scholarships for African youth

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The continent where the lowest percentage

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those who study who are themselves a low percentage of the population managed to get into higher studies.

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So, we are providing scholarships for students across the continent, and outside of the continent,

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in other parts of the world, but the main project

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was begun. Oh, we began it in the African continent,

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providing 1000s of scholarships

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and setting up learning centers. Because what we found was, when we provided the scholarship, the students ask, Well, can you give us a laptop also?

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Okay, here's a laptop. Oh, we don't have any electricity at home, can you provide some electricity?

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Our internet internet bill is more than the price to study an IOU. Really. Okay. So we realized we had to set up centers, centers, which would provide electricity and internet would have computers where the students could come and study on a regular basis. And these computers can be shared by shifts of students. So you can get as much as 100 students studying from 25 computers in four shifts in a day. So we have set this up a number of centers in Nigeria as the largest number. We have centers in Ghana, in Sierra Leone, in Gambia, in Uganda, in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa,

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as well as Somalia,

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etc. So, if you would like to donate to that project, also, then some of the center's are based in Massachusetts, some, some places people build machines with classrooms,

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message with classrooms, which is really something to think about.

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And they have provided made these classrooms,

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computer classrooms, for our learning centers. So

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just a project that it's good for you to know you can go to our website, I will that gam and go to our donations section. And you can see a variety there are other projects there also, but this one in particular is connected to a huge project trying to change the nation through education. First halali when saying tasleem at the end of prayer, should the person who is praying behind an Imam status limbs after the first esteem from the Imam and then the second after the second

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or both were done by the companions? Some waited till the mom said salary comm salary COMM And they said salary salary comm others when the mom said salary comm they say salary comm others. So either way, is fine.

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Bilal said, How do I donate and sponsor a student? Well, as I said, you can just go to the IOU international Open University

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donation page.

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And they have a section for sponsoring students from different parts of the world.

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Michael noble, Muslims are being persecuted in some countries. Can you give some advice on this? Well, if you are in those countries and able to help them, then you should do so.

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If you're not, and there are organizations which are helping persecuted Muslims, like the Rohingya,

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the wiggers, then you donate to these

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charities or if you're able to go yourself, you have skills that can benefit the people. You're a doctor, a dentist, you know, etc. You can go because for sure, again,

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To be in need

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of special medical attention because they're living in camps that are

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As somebody Zubair

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I'm asking about Vidya was the law of feeding abrogated. Now this is feeding where you had the choice, he was born able to fast. But you decided, no, I'm not going to fast.

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You know, I'll just pay for a poor person for each day. Initially, the law of fasting came with that flexibility, then it became required of everybody.

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Except for those who actually couldn't trust.

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You have any questions from

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our instagramers?

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Oh, right. Knowledge is power.

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husband has earnings, and he's paying his loans off slowly. Is it permissible for the wife to give the car to him to pay his debts? And that payment will not benefit the wife, but only to pay? Is that?

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Huh? No, no.

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The husband

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couldn't be considered that could be sort of charity. But the car should be to somebody who is struggling. They're not sure where their next meal is coming from?

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Where they find money? Or

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how will we know which a mom

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we will follow?

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is it permissible to follow any other imaam? Yeah.

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Wherever you are, you're studying.

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If there's, you know, the people of that area.

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There scholarship scholars have learned from a particular school.

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They're saying it's from the mom, but it's actually not from the mom, because the students of the great scholars, like Zafar

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Shay Bonnie, and others who studied under Imam, Abu hanifa. They openly admitted that they changed many of his rulings, maybe more than 50%

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they already changed and people came and changed afterwards. So these schools though the names are put on there, the name is more for Baraka than it is actually representative of that scholar in the full sense. So, the scholars who are inherited that body of knowledge or teaching it, you can benefit from them. And if you go somewhere else, and another scholar is there, you can benefit from them.

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And if you go another place, and you get, you can benefit from them. And all the time that you're gaining knowledge,

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there's no harm in you comparing

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to the degree that you're able to compare and if certain things appear to be more correct than other things that you were doing, leave them when you go to what appears to be more correct. This is what people of the past did, and this is what we will continue to do.

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Question from our instagramers Please tell me the right way to pay with them is

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a little connote after the call or before okay.

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We have a choice. Prophet Mohammed Salim did both. And some occasions he made the Witter

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dua, before going into court

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and in some cases he made it after coming out over core. Both are correct.

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Seems like most of our people's questions

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not so much on the names of allies just like now it's question and answer time.

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let me

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give another question from this side first.

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Huh tasneem? Mohammed, do we have to find out from a doctor? Whether the vaccine offered in our countries contain pig derivatives? Do we still take them if necessary, even if it contains haram?

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Even if it contains

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the derivatives, you know,

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that maybe there are usually if there are they have changed form, they're not the same anymore.

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But vaccines are not known to have big derivatives Anyway, you know, this is just

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rumors that have circulated in different places. So the basic vaccines are taken

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from human infections where the disease is caught them, they take the disease out, they kill the

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virus, and then they put the dead virus back into

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this is a normal procedure. If that virus went into a pig, and they took kill the virus and took it out of the pig is not considered to be a derivative topic.

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Okay, from

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the instagramers.

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question went,

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Chef currently, I don't know how to read or write Arabic. So I learned to recite through transliteration and listening to recitation. Is that okay, till I learn Arabic inshallah? Yes, that's perfectly okay.

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menara marid

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is the obligatory to our, to our list of

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obligatory in Salah. And when should it be said?

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Well, it's the FDA has after takbeer.

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And there are a number of different versions of it. You can choose any of them.

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And we heard allow awkward could be around hamdulillah. Kira was Rihanna liable. cretin was ILA man entered the prayer using that law, and the prophets of Salaam gave his seal of approval on it.

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Forgiveness is healing.

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That's the

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person's logo.

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What is the translation of the duar? That opened the doors of heaven? Ah, Alhamdulillah he kathira

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May Allah

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we give thanks to Allah.

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in abundance.

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it again.

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I'm delighted to be here. Ah.

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Allahu Akbar. Kabira. Sorry.

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Yeah, Allah what it could be. Okay. Allah is the greatest

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of the greatest. Well, hamdulillah kathira. And

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we remember Allah

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abundantly, was so behind Allah E. book written wartsila. And may Allah be glorified

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in the morning, and in the evening.

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What's that?

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zing gay.

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Can a woman PDF or fast missed due to pregnancy? Actually, if one misses fast due to pregnancy, they're excused. You know, some scholars say they don't have to fast but they do. It's better that they should, you know, pay something but the opinions held by the

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opinions held by the Sahaba

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is that it wasn't a requirement

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to pay

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anything. They're excused your breath

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Eating, you're excused from fasting. You don't have to make up the days, and you don't have to pay video.

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Even ocean, Lulu, is there a fixed number of names of Allah, some say 99 Some say I do it. Okay, if you go back to

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third session,

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session number three.

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In session number three, we

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Oh, no sorry, in the first session, first and second sessions, we talked about the 99 Names of Allah,

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and whether they're 99, or whether there's more than 99 and I mentioned that time that one of the scholars of the past had gathered from the writings and extraction in derivation.

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And derivations of the scholars

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of the names in a more than 1000 names. So, that's just efforts here and now and they're also dwis of the process, in which he asked called on the law by the names, which he did not reveal and kept to himself. So we know for sure that there are more than 99 names, but

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the key is that

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if you guard 99 of them,

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you guide it in the full sense as we mentioned, applying you know, in whether actively or passively not applying what is attributed to other than alive etc You know, fearing a law and

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having hope in his promises, if we do that, then

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we would have guided is names.

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And one who does that the process and I'm promised paradise to

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crafty cottage, how can we know if the Islamic knowledge from a scholar that we got is correct or not? Well,

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you keep studying.

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You don't depend on only one scholar. You keep your eyes open. There's so much material now, authentic books written

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on different aspects of Islam in your local languages in Arabic In English, you know, there's so much available knowledge now and so much accessible knowledge Now, on the internet, that if you are

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serious about being sure, then you should be able to find out whether the information being given to you is reliable or not.

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Fair Sally, if saying Yeah, Mohammed is not allowed because he

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saliva Sallam is not with us.

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why do we say in the childhood? Yeah, maybe? Yeah, you had maybe

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this is another issue of discussion and debate. But you will find is

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when you look at narrations of some of the well known Sahaba

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they said that when the process Allah died, they would no longer say Salaam Alaikum salam alayka you had maybe they would say I Salaam Island maybe

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a peace and blessings be on the browser without using Yeah, are you?

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it was understood.

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Most of the Sahaba kept it as it was taught to them by

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Prophet Muhammad SAW solemn.

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Others understood that the form exact form didn't have to be kept if the meaning was no longer relevant.

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But you know also when we go to the graveyards, we say yeah

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As if we're addressing them.

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So, this terminology or this use,

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it is a general use

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and not intended to be actually calling out to the people of the, of the

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graveyard, believing that they can hear what you're going to say what you're about to say

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you're making do all for them.

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You're not making do to them. That's the difference.

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So, in the dyad, you know, we're making do out for the profit

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salons, for the process. We're not making to our, to him. That's the difference. Very important. Because, you know, this is where, you know, people go astray. So they will call on the people in the graves, and they're calling on them

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and asking them directly believing that they can hear and answer their prayers. And this is Chuck

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Baraka rafiqul.

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will be closing our session now. Subhana calavo behind the shadow Allah Allah Allah and Estelle silica Allah to

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serravalle Kumara to LA vaca to family law

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tidy up

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the absolute guys coming over. We're doing it

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in the office. Yeah, I didn't leave tiny office sweaty dining up. I need to bring this I need to make

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