In the Names of Allah – 21 – al-‘Aalim, al-‘Aleem, and al-‘Allaam

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The speakers discuss the benefits of religion, including the fourth principle of the Bible, the use of words to express knowledge, and the importance of praying for non- Islam individuals. They stress the need for students to educate themselves and avoid harming others with their actions, and advise them to read specific verses daily to stay aware of negative consequences of language usage. The speakers also emphasize the importance of learning and applying knowledge in various settings, including work, personal development, and business. They stress the need for people to learn and understand challenges of working in a remote setting, and highlight the importance of technology in helping people stay connected and communicate effectively.

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So I want Aiko Morocco to boil over a cat to

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water coffee calm welcome

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all the students

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this series on the 99 Names of Allah

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this being session class number 21

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I'd like to welcome first and foremost Sister rasheeda and Rashid.

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Welcome Sarah Morocco tomato barakato

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from Virginia

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Baraka logical.

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May Allah reward us all efforts to convey his religion.

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Sister rasheeda was asking whether there was any chance to have a test after every 33 names.

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sure Allah, I don't know what they tried to look into it. If you can help prepare the test.

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We're very happy to offer it. We'll have to figure out what platform and etc how to do it but I'm sure it could be done.

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Nigeria Dean salaam aleikum

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wa alaikum Salaam

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from Melbourne Australia

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a lot protect

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our brethren in Palestine and in

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its final nights of Ramadan for them their

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frontlines of

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pride trying to keep

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the Chai

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symbols of a law

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in guy

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you have to be

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Cape Town South Africa

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are they considered

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to be the heart

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from Britain, Germany or Lakers the man

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died Sha

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ikem salaam to you and your family there in Indian occupied Kashmir

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Hello grant you

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also a non life good health

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tonight is the night of the 27th Ramadan there and Kashmir Allah accepted though as I mentioned before the way to ensure that you catch it is to

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do the best that you can turn the head

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from day one

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Ramadan to the end and especially in the last

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night the Euro

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tragedy in

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reading that's from Australia

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I Lakeland Salama how to bye bye Catherine.

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And she mentions

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this our comments are really questions I guess.

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In Australia, Islamic schools are expensive. Some families in my community can't afford to send the kids.

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I've started teaching.

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Let's see if it's trauma we're working to try to establish an online

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Islamic school from kindergarten to grade 12. First, we're starting off with the upper grades nine to 12. First, and we're collaborating with a school in the US.

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we hope to get that off the ground by September. Allah willing.

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We're working hard on it. Is everybody that pray for us?

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The Serbia I Oh, you're sponsored

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School, which already exists we're not creating one but we are

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collaborating with one making it online its existence on the ground running for a number of years. The full Islamic staff

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must not have committed

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Charla will

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pass out more information as

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progress takes place. So the man in Goa

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waalaikumsalam salaam, to you from Mombasa county in Kenya.

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I always wanted to visit Mombasa.

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Each time I went to Kenya I was caught up so many

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activities activity is in Nairobi

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that I didn't really get too much further out of

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But we would like to start

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one of our learning centers in the

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the biggest slums in the world,

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career I visited the masjid in Kabira

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Mashallah, the efforts are being made there we need to bring in education.

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The madressa is there but we need to bring in

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tertiary education make it available to our brothers and sisters who are there bira

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to help uplift them and get them out of this massive shanty town slum.

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It's just incredible.

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People rise writing

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slam is alive.

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you want to help us work on this project, please contact me

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and let us

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right to get

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some centers established there.

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de la

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la cosa Lam.

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slammed from Phoenix Arizona. Hi Sal Ali

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Salaam eagerly waiting for the book on the names of Allah. Allah as I said there's already one out there by Dr. Omar Lashkar. But it's not as comprehensive

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as what we are what we are doing this is what we're doing is more akin to what's available in articles many available

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but in English a few

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that are on the court.

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I mean, a B gives Salaam Salaam to you.

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And Allah

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for the success of this beautiful series.

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sick Fred from the Philippines. Good to see you back again.

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Sham re on.

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quite a name.

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Salaam to

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Yahoo's. Aruna

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alaikum Salaam

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Ahmed Ali

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Yeah students from Lahore Pakistan. Baraka logical. VA is being Bachelors of Arts in Islamic Studies at the International University, also known as the Islamic online university.

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And may Allah give you good health in the long life also, I mean

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Omar Ali from Kashmir or they can salon they

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ask Allah

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awesome Ali from Pakistan asking how am I Allah open fine

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I think we're fine

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No It can be not fine

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So pray that I am in fact to Allah Neve Davidson from Ohio USA while I

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own SMA

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designer welcome

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finding it very beneficial much a lot. Great

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night liji

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within less

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than a quorum super PACs gave salaams also

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pride is making dua

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for me and for either your

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ally except

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to ally

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his efforts

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beneficial to the mark.

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Finally, Muna

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from Bangladesh gives her salaams.

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So now progress to

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the next

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phase of our program

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in which

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we'll be

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starting with

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a new session

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lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim,

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Allah Allah He was happy. Man the standard is so similar to him and I only been oppressed due to Allah May Allah Peace and blessings on the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and all those who have followed the path of righteousness until the last day.

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This is session 21

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in which we'll be looking at three names of Allah numbers 2829 and 30.

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Aladdin and

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the omniscient

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all knowing

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in terms of chronic location are these three names, the Divine Name alim, is mentioned 157 times in the Quran,

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among them, also by Hannah Subhana Allah Mallanna in Dharma Lambton, in NACA and then the moon Hakeem

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Allah said

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Oh, sorry, the angels said,

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Laurie FIDE Glory be to You.

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We have no knowledge except what You have taught us. Indeed. You all are the all knowing wise.

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In terms of the name of Harlem

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it is mentioned 13 times in the crime

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among them

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ilaha illa Allah mon wavy where Shahada is a lord besides whom there is no God.

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Knower of the unseen

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and in terms of an alarm,

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this is mentioned four times in the crop, Mung them

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call oh nine Mallanna Illa.

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In nucca antenna anomaly,

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the angel said we have no knowledge indeed, only you are the Knower of the unseen

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in terms of the meaning, linguistically, all three of these Divine Names

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Aladdin, and de la lamb are built on the trial literal route. I'm lamb name are derived from the verbal known master l l moon, which means knowledge.

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These Divine Names have four main meanings, the first meaning is to have knowledge to be aware and certain. The second meaning is to gather information. The third meaning is to have deep knowledge of my new details. And the fourth main meaning is to act according to knowledge.

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Now, this route appears 854 times in the Quran in 14 derived forms.

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For example,

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l knowledge

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To know

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I lemma to teach

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an Alamo to be more knowledgeable.

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linguistically, alim is the intensive form of the present participle.

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A Knower a person with knowledge on the pattern of fine like Rahim in relationship to

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Allah alim is the all and ever knowing

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the Divine Name Allah Allah on the other hand, is the most intensive form of the word I live on the platter.

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It expresses the perfection and totality of Allah is knowledge.

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Allah alim comprehends everything with certainty.

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No knowledge is concealed from him. And he is to actively aware of all things, even before they take place.

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relative to a law, these Divine Names, an alum and Eileen and

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alum, according to the 10th century, Persian scholar of inferior poverty,

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meant that he who knows without being taught

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by these names, fundamentally meant he who knows, without being taught everything that was and it's

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all alone knows the unseen, which is completely hidden from his creation.

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It now pay him

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in his poem, called a new new year,

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with a 13th 14th century scholar

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described a law's knowledge of the unseen, saying, likewise, he knows what will happen tomorrow.

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What was and what now exists.

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Like likewise, he knows, he knows if the non existent did exist, how possibly we'll be

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moving on to the application. They've been bubbles, methodology for principles, the first of which is to adopt were

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these Divine Names these three Divine Names and arlynn, alim and Alam are grounded in the divine concept of omniscience, complete and comprehensive knowledge on an infinite plane, which human knowledge cannot begin to fathom, much less imitate.

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Therefore, human

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beings cannot think, to imitate or adopted. However, a lot of teaching them the names of everything, which subsequently elevated humankind, above the levels of the angels and the jinn

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can be imitated by human beings on our level by learning and teaching each other.

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The divinely extinguishing primordial to act

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elevated the status of the student and teacher will lofty position,

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which should be adopted by protecting and promoting it is always possible.

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The teacher model

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of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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is a standard

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which Muslims

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have lost.

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And this model is particularly relevant to Muslims of the developing world today, where the teaching profession is looked down upon

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as it is the lowest paid profession.

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The consequence of this negative view is that there is a shortage of Muslim teachers for modern secondary subjects in Muslim schools all over the Muslim world.

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So non Muslim teachers are hired in droves.

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I just recently returned from Addis Ababa

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or Addis Ababa,

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Ethiopia, home to over 15 million Muslims and visited the best Islamic schools were in virtually all of them. non Muslim teachers outnumbered Muslim teachers.

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I mean, some places it was like 80%, almost 90%.

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Likewise, when I was in, when I was in

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Chennai, setting up an Islamic school

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set up there called 5g International School it's still functioning.

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This is in Tamil Nadu, southern part of India. On to over 200 millions.

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We couldn't find Muslim teachers to cover the so called secondary subjects. I mean, I experienced this firsthand.

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However, the Islamic reality is that a lot described Prophet Muhammad SAW seldom primarily as an educator.

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Will the basophil Amina Rasulullah Minho, yet Luna la him it was a key him Are you a limo Makita will hikma it is here who sent from among the illiterate, a messenger reciting his verses to them, purifying them and teaching them the book and wisdom.

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And the problem homicides Elon himself had reiterated this fact, in a well known Hadith narrated by Java which he said in the La lamblia but actually more than one meter will Amata Anita Walla, I can bath any more I lemon, we are Syrah

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Allah did not send me as an inflexible troublemaker. But rather he sent me as a teacher and the facilitator.

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The Prophet Muhammad SAW Salaam elevated the role of the teacher to one which every Muslim should strive for, in well known Hadith narrated by Abu huraira in which he said at dunya melona Muller own on Martha, inadequate crew law on our law element out in

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the world and its contents are cursed except for the remembrance of Allah and what helps us to do so.

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The scholar teacher and or the students.

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Furthermore, the prophet wants us on them, praise those who learn and taught the Quran as being the best amongst Muslims saying

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hydrocal Mantra Montana. I know Allah. The best of you are those who learn the Quran and teach it to others. We've all heard this adage.

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Many, many times, learning and teaching.

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In the West, teachers are highly valued, and highly paid.

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Primary and Secondary Education Institutions understand full well, that the higher the quality of teachers, the better the standard of graduates, according to the it principle, garbage in, garbage out. Consequently, we need to encourage our intelligent and motivated youth, beginning with our own children to study education as their first choice, and not as their last choice if they can't get into medicine, law and engineering.

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Furthermore, we need to revise our teaching methodology. From rote learning to understanding from teacher centered to student centered, as the West has done since the 60s,

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they discovered the inquiry method of teaching and revamped their educational institution, while the Muslim world and the developing world in general remain stuck in the road method of learning, which they inherited from the schools of their colonial masters. their own learning method has its origins in the Catholic catechisms. Where

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faith was taught in a question and answer format.

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What is this? It is that what is this is that

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this was developed from the late Middle Ages, talking about the 15th century in Europe spread all over Europe, this was the method Muslims didn't apply this later on, actually, after the colonial era, etc. Or during it. Many did adopt this method as they adopted basically,

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the whole method of education, as they say, hook line and sinker from the colonial masters.

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So sadly, Muslims are forgotten, the prophetic method of teaching.

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His most popular method was the inquiry method, which the West has discovered recently,

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we teach

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using questions,

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provoking students to think rather than just pouring on them knowledge

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on a spoon or

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throwing a bucket of water at them and whoever gets wet got wet.

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For example, on the 10th of the ledger, the promise I sell them asked,

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all who are present.

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Do you know what day this is?

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they reply the line is messenger knows best.

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The prophet SAW Selim remain silent until the complainant started is going to call it by another name.

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Then he said, Isn't this the day of sacrifice?

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The crowd answered, Yes, indeed. And then he went on to

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explain, give them full lecture. But it started off with, you know what they This is?

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As if they didn't know No, they knew.

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But it was to

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put them in a frame of mind, you know, an inquiring frame of mind in order to grasp everything that he was about to give them. On another occasion, the prompts are solemn, was reported by Abu huraira to ask them, Do you know who is bankrupt? Actually, I think we all have

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And of course, they replied, this is different. They didn't say we don't know. Many times they would say,

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Allah and His Messenger knows best or they just remained completely silent. Sometimes they did respond. Like when he asked about who is bankrupt, you know, is was the Bank of person. They replied the bankrupt among us, is one without money or goods, said among us,

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you may have something else to say. But among us it's one without money or goods. The government says and went on to tell them all the truly bankrupt world

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among us, he said, Indeed the bankrupt of my nation are those who come before him on the Day of Resurrection with prayers, fasting and charity, all these good deeds. But they also brought along with them insults, slander, consuming the wealth of others, shedding the blood of others, harming others with their hands in so many different ways.

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The oppressed will be given from their good deeds, until the good deeds run out, before food justice has been fulfilled, then the sins of the oppressed people who are coming to get there, get there, right. The same their sins will be passed on to

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our evil

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scale of evil deeds.

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And we will be thrown

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even though we came with all fasting and prayers in charge in the very beginning, that is the truth.

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So of course, if I sell them could have just said to them.

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The lesson today is about the truly bankrupt and Who are they? They are these do this.

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he chose to ask them a question. Do you know who is truly bankrupt?

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This would cause whatever he had to say,

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to be imprinted in their brain,

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they would never forget.

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It will not ruin. He reported that on one occasion in the process, I'm asked Who among you considers the wealth of his heirs, dearer to him than his own wealth?

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This question

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they, this is obvious said, Every one of us loves his own wealth more.

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He's bringing a point across to them.

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So the private thoughts on them then went on to say, his wealth is whatever he spends during his life.

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The wealth of his heirs is whatever he leaves behind, after his death.

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This is a big point to think about.

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This is how the process of writing

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because what you're saying,

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he, of course, your own wealth is dear to you, and then the wealth of

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your heirs.

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But in practice, we don't live that way.

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If it's dear to us, it's only going to benefit us if we use it.

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Use it for what is beneficial.

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So the problems are solved and is encouraging us to do that rather than just hoard, gather, collect,

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consume only for ourselves.

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So, there are many other narrations which confirm that the most popular teaching method used by the prophets Allah was the inquiry method.

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I'm sure you all heard heartbeats about backbiting. But he asked, you know what backbiting is? Then he went on to elaborate.

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Then you know the rights of the neighbor.

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You know, who is stingy?

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So many narrations of that nature.

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In fact,

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Hadees gibreel hadith of Angel Gabriel, which teaches us the Pillars of Islam, began with the promise was seldom requesting his companions to ask him

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start off with questions. He didn't want to just come and dictate to them Islamic by

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the mind is six pillars. Yes, and

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it didn't. Instead, he wanted them to us, you know, put pressure on that but on this occasion, they remain silent. Wait, waiting. And so a lot of sec Angel Gabriel

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to sit before the province or salon and ask the question.

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All of the processing, what is this?

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So here are the questions coming as an inquiry system of teaching.

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Yes, there were times when he just gave them factual statements. But many times even these straightforward statements contain provocative tension catching phrases or words, which created mental questions in the minds of the listeners.

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Like the Hadees. In which prompts are sentiment said, I dounia Muller owner, Muller own mafia, the whole world and its contents are cursed at you know, when I put some serious questions in the minds of the listeners, his companions, they already said

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you're all lost. Then he went on to clarify mentioned earlier, or on another occasion, because I sent him said, support your brother, whether he is your presser or the oppressed, one sort of a haka, Dolly man, oh, maluma.

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This is of course, oh, it's a well known phrase that they used to say,

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you know, among, in the times, prior to Islam, amongst the non Muslims, they would say that help your brother, whatever the case may be,

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whether he's an oppressor, or whether he is the oppressor, of course, you're gonna question how can we do that or messenger of Allah, we can understand when he's oppressed, that we help him, but when is the oppressor? Now, of course, he clarified them, that you stop him. That's how you helped him, stop oppressing others,

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you know, or his statement.

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On the occasion, we spoke about this before, earlier sessions, the next person to enter the mosque will be from among the people of paradise.

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Finance, waited. It saw the video come in, I discussed this

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earlier, but catching their attention, you could have told them what you wanted to tell them.

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But instead, he

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taught it in this way.

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or his statement to the man who came in the masjid did his to Raka camp, sit down beside the pastor Salam. And then he told him go back and pray because you didn't pray anywhere back and a bit and came back and he can go back and pray because you didn't

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sort of just explain to him what you need. But by sending him back three times,

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to the man frustrated, came back and had to say, well, that's the only prayer that I know.

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So he taught him and of course, he's teaching everybody there at the same time.

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But so

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he sometimes even did provocative actions, like the occasion where he walked up the steps of the member

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inside the mastery, and began to pray a voluntary prayer on top of it.

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That course everybody in the master is running what is the messenger?

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Because his member was not one like you have now some of you might not be surprised because member has become so big, you know, some of them covered with canopies and all kinds of things. Yeah, you could go out there have a meeting. people sitting down so big. Now in his day was just three steps.

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And the last step was the

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just a small step, only enough place to stand up. How in the world was he going to pray?

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That's all of course, they watched him and then he

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came down when he had to make some food

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and went back up again, when he was standing in prayer came down when he had

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ended the prayer thing, men told them I only did that in order that you would learn my method.

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So, you know, this was these are teaching moments, teaching opportunities, which the promises are then used to bring home that message.

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So inquiry based instruction, just as a principle, it promotes active learning that starts by posing questions or problems or scenarios, and develops critical thinking skills, as opposed to memorizing information

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From instructional materials, it is a student centered rather than a teacher centered method of teaching.

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those of us who are in the position of teaching, even at home, this can be applied this is not only for school circumstances, but this is for all circumstances. And this is the prophetic word.

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The second principle of Ibn batal was to confirm were unique and inapplicable and we already started off saying that,

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this omniscience

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is something which is unique to.

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So, these Divine Names are grounded in knowledge, on an infinite

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which human knowledge cannot begin to fathom, much less imitate,

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we apply the divine attributes by confirming that they belong to no one besides the law.

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And any attempt to give the divine attributes of omniscience,

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knowledge of the unseen to his creatures should be rejected and oppose tooth and nail by all.

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For example, in the case in case of the official, she I believe, regarding the omniscience

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out of the 12 Mountains, Padma and Prophet Muhammad,

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this should be future

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with the evidence of the Quran

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and the Sunnah, and rejected as a radical belief, involving deifying human being.

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Mohammed radar, Al Mustafa

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wrote the following under the heading doctrine of the attributes of the Imam, and knowledge of the Imam, in his basic teaching text called the faith of Shia Islam,

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printed in the religious center of

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is the

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lack of knowledge

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in Iran,

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and for

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well, upper gi

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hero, what we maintain that the powers of the moms to receive inspiration

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have reached the highest degree of excellence. And we say that it is a divinely given power

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given by God still,

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by this means, the mom is able to understand information about anything, anywhere and at any time.

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So the handle it goes on to say and he understands demand, understands, by means of this divine the given power at once, without recourse to methodological reasoning, or guidance from a teacher.

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I mean, they're not talking about Imam Khomeini. They're talking about the 12 moms, the descendants are supposedly descendants of

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Ali, they've been at the target.

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These expressions are not the individual aberrations of the author. You know, sometimes you can find books where people write all kinds of

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claiming to be Sunni Muslims, wherever they're written all kinds of stuff.

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But we consider it to be individual craziness. No people can do and are able to do.

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So is this under that heading? So she can say well, no, no, no, no, no, no, this guy just office is crazy. Cool.

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The bulk

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of the most authentic Shiite collection of tradition known as Casio galaxies like Buhari for us,

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under the heading, the moms can know anything whenever they wished.

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I will collini the author of Al caffee. He narrated the following tradition.

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From Joshua, a saw that

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whenever any mom wishes to possess knowledge of anything, he can easily know it.

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I plenty also related on the authority of Abu Basir on Java

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have been about

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that he said,

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I'm a mom who does not possess knowledge of what will befall him as knowledge of the future. And what will be, cannot be a

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of Allah against this riches.

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On the other hand, not to be outdone, Sunni Muslims, particularly the surface, they have made similar claims for their saints is one of the reasons why. Shiites claim that Sufism is their invention, they're the ones who invented it.

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So you can find concerning the Alia

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the name they give to those who they designate the saints. at the bar, road,

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I saw a saint rally, reach a station wherein he witnessed all intelligent and unintelligent created

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wild animals, insects, they haven't, and it stars the earth, and the global the entire world, gained its sustenance from him. So behind Allah.

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He goes on to say, he heard all of the sounds, and conversations in a single instance. And he gave each, what they needed, and what was best suited for them, without being distracted by one from the other.

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This is a lie.

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It's scribing,

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same Sufi saying,

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he observed himself

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Prophet Abraham, sorry, Allied Prophet Muhammad SAW us and then disclaim any knowledge of the day, unseen. In the Quran itself. Allies puts the words on the lips of the prophets.

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Well, I'll put him to Alamo.

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Let's Teixeira to mineral hair, Mama Sonny assu.

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If it were that I had knowledge of the unseen,

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I would have accumulated only good and no evil would have be fallen, did evil before the session.

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There's also something in the crime.

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This has been now immortalized in the Quran, saying he doesn't have

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didn't have a monitor.

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Not at all.

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Except what was revealed to him. Allah sent him information about things which are coming and sent that on different occasions. But he didn't walk and continually had knowledge of future for everything and everyone around him. It's

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just instances, miraculous instances where he revealed these things. And, you know, miracles proving to those around the market is profit.

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So, we are obliged to oppose such thinking, such claims, to give omniscience, knowledge of everything, everywhere, anytime, to give that to human beings to the creation, ship.

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It is in its essence ship.

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This belongs only to Allah.

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And we are obliged, as true believers to affirm that it belongs only to

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moving on to the third principle of in the fall. To have a hope where there is promise, the Divine Names Aladdin, Aladdin and alarm contain promises of revealed and acquired beneficial knowledge down through the age.

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A lot taught Adam all of the names to elevate you

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beings to a status above the angels and the jinn.

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The combined inherited knowledge of humans separates us from the other creatures around us, who are unable to pass on knowledge to the next generation.

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We teach the dogs tricks. But when the dogs give birth to other dogs, those dogs are those dogs born with

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that knowledge know? And can the

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dog who we taught the check, can he teach the other dog how to do the trick? No.

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This is unique to us, which separates us from the rest of humankind. Now, there are some aspects of knowledge which are given to animals, you know, that sometimes outshines the knowledge that we have the ability to hear, to see, to fly, you know, their abilities which Allah has given them over and above our own personal individual.

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But the bottom line is that whenever we teach a monkey example, tricks, you can do this you can do that the other 10 people everything else,

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that knowledge dies with him.

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His descendants cannot acquire that knowledge from him.

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We have to teach them like we taught him.

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So seeking knowledge has always been respected in human society.

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And in Islamic Society, in particular, from the very beginning.

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The promises made a promise, it is so now of the ultimate reward for those who embark on the quest for knowledge by informing them that Allah I've made it a route to paradise.

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Men Salah cattolica temi, Sophie elmen, whoever takes a path seeking knowledge. So hello, ma Hello, today, Jenna, law will make his or her path to paradise.

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Consequently, he made seeking knowledge, a religious obligation on every Muslim. We all know the fallible Elmi or a bottle, Allah, a Muslim, seek seeking knowledge is the religious obligation on every.

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However, the problem is I did advise that we focus on useful and beneficial knowledge, as opposed to the concept of knowledge for the sake of knowledge,

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like the rover on Mars,

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why is it there?

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Why did they spend billions of dollars to land that rover on Mars?

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Send the first object that flew

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on the planet outside of the earth, the helicopter life.

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object, that's

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they're searching for life on Mars.

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People are dying on the earth today. And now I'm here searching for life on Mars.

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It's not to say that knowledge of life on Mars, you know, or they're going to find out is that

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probably either life didn't exist there and it no longer exists. Or they do find life there. But it is.

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Oh, no consequences formed on there which could have been meteorites from the earth that came and hit. There are so many other different ways it could happen.

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in the end,

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what will it do for us? Because we found a few microbes on Mars. It means that life exists elsewhere in the universe. So it means that we were not that we were just an accident that proves we were just an accident.

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Accidents don't happen more than once.

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This, spending billions and billions to do this. April jumping and screaming we did it. We did it.

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Millions are dying on the earth. The COVID

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those billions spent

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To improve the health care system of the world,

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there's a huge difference.

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knowledge for the sake of knowledge, well, it's not quite for the sake of knowledge, there it is, to prove

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that we are here by accident, this is really what's at the bottom.

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So the Romans, himself used to teach us to seek refuge from this.

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And that knowledge from my eyes at this point in time is useless knowledge. Later on, in fact, it useful knowledge, not saying that knowledge, you know, what's happening on the on Mars, etc. In case we run out of space on earth, and we need to move to Mars, you know, move to another habitable planet, to have knowledge about that planet, know how we'll be able to establish habitat on the planet.

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It's good useful them. Now, it's useless.

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Process animals said, in slides used to make regularly alone in me are also becoming elmen ly and far, all along, I seek refuge in You from knowledge which is

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also made conveying knowledge from him a religious obligation.

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The Dawa, we spoke about before conveying that knowledge from him, which was from Allah,

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the Divine Name have

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talked about the importance of power, that means conveying the message.

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proof that this is a community of the nation obligation can be found in the crime itself. It's who are Ali Imran, or it's 104 Walter cominco, oma, you're the owner in anyway, I'm Marina Del Mar, roofie and hona. And in Moncure,

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that there arise among you, a group inviting to all that is good, and joining righteousness, forbidding evil.

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Those are the successful ones.

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On the other hand, the individual obligation of dialogue can be seen indicated in the verse. So we're not 100 verse 125, or early last year up because it might take a while more and that can

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alter the way of your Lord, you each individual call to the Lord with wisdom, and good.

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So as we mentioned earlier, in case this instruction was perceived as limited to only certain individual groups, like scholars, or professionals,

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departments are selling itself broaden the scope of responsibility by making it the individual responsibility of everyone who had any knowledge, saying, Billy, oh, Annie, will

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convey whatever you have learned from me, even if it's only a simple verse.

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Furthermore, whenever the Prophet Moses Allah, just people used to say to them,

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you better live a showerhead alive.

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But in the show, I saw and you will live out man who are our lovely women,

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that those present convey what they heard those absent for perhaps he may inform one better able to understand it, and in

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conveying that knowledge, passing it on.

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The best of you

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are not just those who learn the

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But those who have made that right and a ritual

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need to go through and complete the Quranic text just reciting it not knowing a single thing rather than it just become

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rites and rituals, especially parties also

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have been completed

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believing that okay

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They have this quad is going to help the rest of the family get into debt.

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This is not the deal.

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This is Satan, tricking people into thinking that these external acts can in fact, save us.

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Moving on to the last principle, the fourth principle of giving up dog to have fear where there is a warning, the Divine Names of knowledge

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in and of themselves do not contain any direct one. However, a lion saw from the Quran

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and His Messenger in his Sunnah openly warned against the great sin of hiding knowledge.

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mentioning a laws curse on those who hide knowledge

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I did in the various ways that prevent people from receiving

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in their Levine afternoon ama and cell nominum beja natual houda d, those who hide the clear messages, guidance, embodiment by a nonhuman Nassif will keytab.

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After I've made it clear to people in the Scripture,

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like a law, we allow no human lie No. Those are cursed by Allah and cursed by all

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the Mohammed sauce and I'd say said wherever hides knowledge by which a lot benefits people in their affairs of religion,

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Allah would bridle him on the day of just their resurrection of judgment

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with a bridle from the help,

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that's how brave is the sin

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of hiding knowledge.

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So, this is motivation

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to spread knowledge

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rather than keeping it to oneself.

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Even though we have a tradition amongst

01:02:31--> 01:02:32

some of the ignorance

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to prevent people from learning this knowledge, learning the knowledge of the deen

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when the Quran was first translated, people opposed tooth and nail who which people, scholars, because, you know, their position was that

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the Quran is in Arabic. So it should not be

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explained in any other languages just Arabic. And it's the reading of the Quran. This is what is important.

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It's not on them to understand, we will explain it to them.

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So they wanted to keep this knowledge only amongst the very small closed circle. But technology made the knowledge available in spite of efforts to prevent it from spreading. Now, it's very easy to go on Google, find the meaning of verses etc. English translations of the Quran, you know, it's at our fingertips

01:03:40--> 01:03:57

in spite of those who wanted to keep it only for themselves, so others will always have to come to them. It will be resources, of course, it's good business a money to pay to be paid. Get this knowledge

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we're going to close our session now by calling on a lie using these names

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as it exists

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so now and then our simple blocks. Yeah, I mean, yeah, I limit.

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Yeah, I laminate Will you

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visit me?

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I Lord, crease. My knowledge

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is what I thought was 114.

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probably saw some of them. also taught us

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to use his name and blog.

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Many, I'm just mentioning one.

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He said

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anyone who says in the evening three times. This may last Monday night

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Good reminds me Shaban to our people last summer was Sammy or Ali, the name of a law

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the presence of whose name nothing on earth or in the sky.

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And he is all hearing

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if he says that three times was that someone said nothing will harm them or him or her until the morning

01:05:33--> 01:05:45

saying it in the evening to protect individual until the morning and anyone who says it three times in the morning will be protected from harm until

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all Ah yeah, I mean, yeah.

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We know nothing but what you teach us instill in US eagerness to learn guidance to the best knowledge, increase our knowledge and make us benefit from it.

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Yeah, I love

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guidance to act upon our in our knowledge in the ways that please you

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and staying away from what is

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what displeases you.

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Yeah. Make us regularly reflect on ourselves

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and the creation around us and assist us in accepting your degree at all times.

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Barbara, hello, people.

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So I'm on a call.

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We will now move on

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to the last portion of our program.

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All right, questions and answers.

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First question

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how do you cope with the lobbying? Eileen

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with his tests upon human beings,

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he sometimes gets pleased when his slave has done something good.

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For example, Sahabi said

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yes, of the prophet SAW something.

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I'm not really clear exactly what you're trying to get at.

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Here myself.

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It's very vague, very vague question. I'm sorry about that.

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I mean, we'll want to phrase the lollies question.

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Some students of knowledge in the West I

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Hamza sources

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questions a bit chopped up

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another question

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from Luna. Sorry, try So your question was,

01:09:13--> 01:09:15

what's your diaper grayed out?

01:09:16--> 01:09:19

Is it permissible to die or here

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of any colors except in that? If yes, in all cases?

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Well, dying of here is permissible.

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Farmers sell them no instructed his followers to dye their beards.

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What was available in that time it was with him now. I was what was available.

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Today we live in another time where

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there are many many different

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means to dye

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beards or hair on the head.

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I was also died

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where it has become fashion for women die speaking there and all this. All of this is from the permissible. It's not forbidden

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except for the process and I'm saying men die they're

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not to be with white.

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Going to Anita, can you please recommend the nice Hispanic school?

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Girls boys, me years old 10 years old?

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Well, there are a few schools there that I visited a number of them

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the most Islamic that I saw

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was the because schools

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01:11:15--> 01:11:16


01:11:18--> 01:11:18


01:11:20--> 01:11:20

is the

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best that I saw it. I didn't see it at all.

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But I was recommended that went to

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college, because he called the schools and

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I gave props to their rate that meant 12 students, I looked at smaller,

01:11:49--> 01:11:50

lower grades

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if you want to,

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because my daughter in law

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is going to be starting

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the school

01:12:09--> 01:12:11

in the fall in September,

01:12:12--> 01:12:15

yo I was looking at different options for

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so this

01:12:19--> 01:12:22

Holi school I found to be

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one of the best

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01:12:31--> 01:12:32

from Kenya

01:12:33--> 01:12:41

or itself, the headmaster of the school, primary school in Somaliland.

01:12:45--> 01:12:46

She assessed

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01:12:49--> 01:12:54

felt that this was one of the best we visited others hilltop

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and a couple of others. But this seemed to be the best

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terms of

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their organization, slanted content

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01:13:16--> 01:13:20

while teaching the other areas.

01:13:30--> 01:13:37

Ziad ushaw asked what verses should I read from the Quran daily in order to remain positive all the time

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as she goes on to explain no one in my family's earning money. I father retired from service

01:13:54--> 01:13:56

personnel officer

01:13:58--> 01:13:59

but no pension.

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


01:14:02--> 01:14:04

difficult circumstance

01:14:06--> 01:14:07

well of course,

01:14:08--> 01:14:14

remain positive on the go circumstances this is a bad

01:14:16--> 01:14:17

this is a bad

01:14:18--> 01:14:23

this is the test the law said was one of November

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well then

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well then I blew under condition how few of you are a monopolist consumed.

01:14:34--> 01:14:38

So I will test you fear health

01:14:39--> 01:14:42

and loss of wealth.

01:14:46--> 01:14:46

There are many

01:14:48--> 01:14:49


01:14:50--> 01:14:51

versus evil

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01:14:56--> 01:14:57


01:14:58--> 01:14:59

if you read what

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You can do this on your radio and take aside those verses.

01:15:06--> 01:15:16

And I actually many of the verses may not even be clearly positive but once you reflect on them you can see the positivity they're not negative

01:15:17--> 01:15:29

they're explaining things which you might say well positive and negative but with deeper thought you might find it no positive guidance

01:15:33--> 01:15:37

so perhaps you do a search on Google

01:15:38--> 01:15:40

positive versus that the brand

01:15:42--> 01:15:47

perhaps we'll find somebody has already compiled such a

01:15:51--> 01:15:51


01:15:52--> 01:15:53

lecture or whatever

01:16:02--> 01:16:08

super PACs as the profits also I'm sad maybe you are tire camel

01:16:09--> 01:16:13

exhaust your efforts towards what one six

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


01:16:18--> 01:16:19

help completely

01:16:20--> 01:16:25

when one is practically unable to exhaust any effort into illness,

01:16:30--> 01:16:37

can we say Alawi help completely in terms of what you consider to be complete?

01:16:38--> 01:16:39

Maybe not.

01:16:40--> 01:16:43

But a lot of help is completely there.

01:16:44--> 01:16:52

How it is manifest, it depends on vary from person to person, circumstance, circumstance.

01:16:53--> 01:17:04

So, the better approach is to make dua for a lot of help. and be patient with whatever it is.

01:17:06--> 01:17:07


01:17:08--> 01:17:10

may Allah cure your illness.

01:17:11--> 01:17:12

And he knew completely

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

I mean,

01:17:16--> 01:17:21

make whatever suffering you're going through verification from

01:17:23--> 01:17:26

Malik asks, mentioned

01:17:27--> 01:17:30

about a law

01:17:32--> 01:17:37

being above thrown, as a name allow was below.

01:17:38--> 01:17:38


01:17:39--> 01:17:41

allies most high

01:17:45--> 01:17:46

law rules about just throwing

01:17:48--> 01:17:50

more literal translation

01:17:51--> 01:17:52

to my stove.

01:17:55--> 01:17:57

Now, this is something we discussed earlier

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01:18:01--> 01:18:02

undecided understanding

01:18:03--> 01:18:04

a lot

01:18:06--> 01:18:08

if we tried to understand the law,

01:18:10--> 01:18:15

on the basis of our understanding of this world,

01:18:16--> 01:18:19

and that's all that we're able

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

to do.

01:18:22--> 01:18:29

Because we can't understand what he's not from this world. And our knowledge is limited to this world.

01:18:31--> 01:18:32


01:18:35--> 01:18:40

what happens though is that when we try to apply this knowledge, knowledge of this world,

01:18:42--> 01:18:43

to Allah,

01:18:45--> 01:18:50

we run into problems because we make him then like us.

01:18:51--> 01:18:57

So when Allah describes himself as being above this room,

01:18:58--> 01:19:12

or he rose about this room, were thinking that if you rose above your head to again below and then you went above, that's how it works in our

01:19:13--> 01:19:15

are limited worlds.

01:19:16--> 01:19:20

But in that limited, limitless world,

01:19:21--> 01:19:23

existence which are law created,

01:19:25--> 01:19:28

remember, all of its creation

01:19:29--> 01:19:30

is below

01:19:32--> 01:19:34

then the rising

01:19:35--> 01:19:41

or the descending etc, which is mentioned in different verses, or

01:19:42--> 01:19:49

hobbies, etc. We have to not try to interpret it according to

01:19:50--> 01:19:56

this world's four dimensions, up, down, right left.

01:19:58--> 01:19:59

You have to stay away from that

01:20:00--> 01:20:03

Because then it just brings a whole set of confusion

01:20:05--> 01:20:06

trying to understand

01:20:07--> 01:20:09

it on. Understandable.

01:20:25--> 01:20:30

We don't have any questions right now from our Instagram

01:20:33--> 01:20:37

students. Hopefully we'll have some shortly.

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01:20:53--> 01:20:54


01:20:58--> 01:20:59


01:21:02--> 01:21:02


01:21:04--> 01:21:06

always allowed to be

01:21:07--> 01:21:16

performed and what are the benefits of performing it? Well, you know, a lot because there are a number of different narrations. And in each narration, there's a different way.

01:21:18--> 01:21:22

Because of that, many scholars felt that it's not authentic.

01:21:23--> 01:21:32

And even if it is, does have a thread of authenticity, Then which of the ways should you choose? So

01:21:34--> 01:21:38

I don't recommend the practice of Salatu

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DERA tajudeen

01:21:51--> 01:21:56

I've done some transcriptions of your lectures in IOU

01:21:57--> 01:22:04

Sharma benefits you want me to do the transcription of these lectures is

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is also they might semester break?

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01:22:12--> 01:22:18

it's not necessary because the lectures have been fully written up.

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And they as I mentioned, at the end of our series will be

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finally finally edited and published as a text. So if we're just simply audio then definitely I would welcome the offer to transcribe

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and appreciate that perhaps some of my other lectures on YouTube

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you may want to check some of those other lectures and

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do a transcription like my lectures on the Magnificent Seven

01:23:05--> 01:23:07

Seven were shaded by a lot thrown

01:23:09--> 01:23:12

on the day when there will be no shade but the shade on the throne

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that is one that number of people have asked me about

01:23:19--> 01:23:21

which I didn't have written up

01:23:23--> 01:23:24


01:23:28--> 01:23:31

transcription may be beneficial.

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


01:23:35--> 01:23:41

I call that one much welcome. years semester break.

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me hurry.

01:23:50--> 01:23:55

I want to ask you is playing video games killing

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it's again, it also it's not your kid kid.

01:24:06--> 01:24:07


01:24:08--> 01:24:09

dealing with this

01:24:10--> 01:24:18

it's not of course not preferable. games which you know, educational

01:24:20--> 01:24:21

is again

01:24:22--> 01:24:24

elmen by no

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


01:24:29--> 01:24:32

No. It will become experts at these games.

01:24:33--> 01:24:35

But it's really of no benefit.

01:24:36--> 01:24:44

Doesn't have them in this life or the next. I mean there's some people become number one, they make good money.

01:24:45--> 01:24:46

So it's

01:24:48--> 01:24:55

a profession, but for the average person is just hours, hours, hours.

01:24:57--> 01:24:59

It can never be brought back to life.

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


01:25:03--> 01:25:05

is not the same. We can't enjoy ourselves to

01:25:08--> 01:25:16

engage in recreation, you know, camel racing, horse racing, running with his wives and all this

01:25:17--> 01:25:18


01:25:20--> 01:25:32

But, you know, we tried to choose the entertainment which has some benefit coming out of it more than just the enjoyment of the moment.

01:25:45--> 01:25:48

Any questions from the Instagram? Instagram?

01:25:50--> 01:25:53

Students nope jhala

01:26:02--> 01:26:06

it's rehearse with his son of Mary.

01:26:08--> 01:26:08


01:26:11--> 01:26:13

all products also means

01:26:15--> 01:26:18

to break strength of love.

01:26:19--> 01:26:20


01:26:21--> 01:26:23

when they love your man,

01:26:27--> 01:26:28

man made idols.

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


01:26:47--> 01:26:53

can I make the Nia of Salah in my own language?

01:26:55--> 01:26:57

The Nia Of course,

01:26:58--> 01:27:02

there is no special format

01:27:04--> 01:27:05

or words

01:27:06--> 01:27:13

in Arabic, but suppose Arsalan taught for the nia. Nia is your intention?

01:27:14--> 01:27:22

And you have to think that intention you have to have that intent. If you want to say it, of course, it's not from this

01:27:23--> 01:27:30

not recorded this or not, at the console seven said is intention or the

01:27:31--> 01:27:38

Sahaba made verbal, honorable intentions for prayer. This is not from this

01:27:39--> 01:27:42

fact, many scholars consider this to be

01:27:43--> 01:27:44

an innovation.

01:27:45--> 01:28:08

And it's something which came from teaching children you know, because children will tend to run into prayer without thinking or even being aware which prayer they're making. So they taught them to say in me no way to Sandia albaraka rT

01:28:09--> 01:28:10


01:28:11--> 01:28:13

study and Eman

01:28:15--> 01:28:19

temblor something like this, I tend

01:28:20--> 01:28:21

to make

01:28:22--> 01:28:30

for you and it's a prayer behind the mom facing the block,

01:28:31--> 01:28:32

etc, etc.

01:28:35--> 01:28:39

You don't have to do that. I mean, if you walk into the masjid

01:28:40--> 01:28:41

you're awake.

01:28:42--> 01:28:44

You're walking in there for what?

01:28:45--> 01:28:54

For the word? Yeah. Okay. You have to say I'm intending to pray to her. You're walking in already for over

01:28:55--> 01:29:01

um, you're going to pray behind the amount. That's why you came to my studio not praying at home. You're not the amount

01:29:02--> 01:29:06

we have to say, I intend to pray behind.

01:29:08--> 01:29:19

The Masjid is set up in such a way that you know supplies identified and people line up facing the Qibla. So, we have to say I intend to pray behind the

01:29:20--> 01:29:27

door facing the Qibla. Now see this is something which has become widespread

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

mainly for people on the shaft a school

01:29:33--> 01:29:35

of thought not that the man shaft a topic.

01:29:36--> 01:29:45

They call it shuffling practice. But mama shaft aim so didn't teach this. This is not in his

01:29:49--> 01:29:51

teachings in the book on

01:29:54--> 01:29:55

it's not their

01:29:56--> 01:29:59

people. I did it many centuries later.

01:30:04--> 01:30:05

So if you feel you have to say something

01:30:07--> 01:30:09

and say it in your language, bangla

01:30:12--> 01:30:13


01:30:18--> 01:30:21

lesson, Instagram question

01:30:22--> 01:30:32

What name is most commonly thought to be a name of Allah? But is in fact not one of them.

01:30:35--> 01:30:36


01:30:38--> 01:30:39

Abdul Rashid

01:30:40--> 01:30:43

I have a number of friends up to question

01:30:45--> 01:30:46

but it's like

01:30:50--> 01:31:01

tres asks, Is it permissible to pray for non Muslim relatives and friends to be guided? Yes, not recommended

01:31:03--> 01:31:04

it's wiser

01:31:06--> 01:31:12

to help them find their way and one of the ways to help them find their way is to pray to Allah to guide them

01:31:18--> 01:31:24

somebody who calls himself the king of Detroit Do you think how is eternal

01:31:28--> 01:31:29

it's for both scenarios

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


01:31:34--> 01:31:36

as far as I've

01:31:38--> 01:31:43

seen from my own studies, L is eternal

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


01:31:51--> 01:31:52

statements of profit so

01:31:54--> 01:31:55

all indicate that

01:31:57--> 01:32:00

Yeah, some IDs which

01:32:02--> 01:32:05

indicate otherwise, but they're not.

01:32:12--> 01:32:13


01:32:14--> 01:32:16

Femara CSA

01:32:17--> 01:32:19

when are we permitted to look at when

01:32:22--> 01:32:23

you're married

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

and before marrying them

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

look at them as websites told us to see them etc. and otherwise you know, in functioning in society, walking in the streets

01:32:48--> 01:33:00

people are going to come across your vision and if you have seen them you looked at them this is not in and of itself a sin. It is the staring you know, following them

01:33:01--> 01:33:03

that's a whole nother story.

01:33:05--> 01:33:08

That's more than just looking at them you've seen them

01:33:10--> 01:33:10


01:33:12--> 01:33:13

you know, eyeballing

01:33:15--> 01:33:16


01:33:17--> 01:33:19

this is what they are

01:33:22--> 01:33:23

guided to avoid.

01:33:30--> 01:33:35

Um Oh Amgen asked Do we have to pray mists Allah when we were young.

01:33:37--> 01:33:38

Um, if

01:33:39--> 01:33:41

this is something really

01:33:42--> 01:33:43

not feasible.

01:33:44--> 01:33:46

Now you became,

01:33:47--> 01:33:49

you reach puberty at the age of

01:33:50--> 01:33:51


01:33:53--> 01:33:57

So you woke up to Islam at the age of 19.

01:33:58--> 01:33:59

To later

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

are in your 20s.

01:34:03--> 01:34:06

Now, one, pray for every year.

01:34:08--> 01:34:11

How many prayers are there in a year?

01:34:12--> 01:34:14

That's going to be on your head.

01:34:18--> 01:34:24

You ask the Lord to forgive what past and you deal with the present woke up.

01:34:26--> 01:34:31

You became a proper Muslim before that. You're a Muslim in name.

01:34:33--> 01:34:36

unconscious, whatever. Don't got it.

01:34:55--> 01:34:56

Same guy.

01:35:04--> 01:35:07

So, my IoT degrees have been criticized

01:35:08--> 01:35:14

by some who point out that students who learn online a lot

01:35:17--> 01:35:19

so far okay teachers

01:35:20--> 01:35:22

that this deviates

01:35:23--> 01:35:24

education see

01:35:26--> 01:35:30

or devalue society education What is your take on that?

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

Well, you know,

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

people can say anything.

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


01:35:44--> 01:35:48

of course, having a teacher in front of you,

01:35:50--> 01:35:51

who you sit with

01:35:52--> 01:35:53

and learn with

01:35:55--> 01:36:00

is super superior to go into a classroom and the teacher delivers

01:36:01--> 01:36:02

you can sit with

01:36:03--> 01:36:06

you got the message, you wrote down the teacher

01:36:09--> 01:36:10

and then

01:36:12--> 01:36:13

you have

01:36:14--> 01:36:18

online study where the teacher appears on the screen

01:36:19--> 01:36:28

you can discuss with him, he provides the knowledge, there are others you can discuss with but

01:36:29--> 01:36:35

the basic knowledge is there the books are available, etc. Studying you gain the knowledge etc.

01:36:38--> 01:36:39


01:36:41--> 01:36:42


01:36:46--> 01:36:49

put down or denigrate

01:36:51--> 01:36:55

knowledge, which is not given in

01:36:57--> 01:36:59

the most traditional way

01:37:00--> 01:37:01

is ignorance.

01:37:03--> 01:37:07

And I actually share the master dinner with Danny, the greatest

01:37:08--> 01:37:10

happiness of our time

01:37:13--> 01:37:14

was criticized in similar way.

01:37:17--> 01:37:18

He lived in the library,

01:37:21--> 01:37:22


01:37:24--> 01:37:29

studying books of Hadith and so on. So did

01:37:31--> 01:37:39

he it just earlier on, but, you know, when he began his major research, he just did, like,

01:37:40--> 01:37:43

someone is his teacher with books.

01:37:45--> 01:37:47

So, you can't depend on his knowledge.

01:37:50--> 01:37:57

But the word that is done is recognized by scholars all around the world.

01:38:00--> 01:38:01

So, in the end,

01:38:03--> 01:38:05

it is what you have gained,

01:38:07--> 01:38:10

and how you apply what you have again,

01:38:13--> 01:38:20

because, as I said, those people who used to study by

01:38:21--> 01:38:22

as I say,

01:38:24--> 01:38:25

sitting under a tree

01:38:29--> 01:38:31

while them the teacher would be there.

01:38:33--> 01:38:35

And he would sit around him and he would teach

01:38:36--> 01:38:37

right there.

01:38:38--> 01:38:39

You lived with him.

01:38:41--> 01:38:43

Compound lives with you

01:38:44--> 01:38:48

ate with him, spoke with him. You're advised by him.

01:38:51--> 01:38:52

This is superior

01:38:53--> 01:39:02

to going to a school, something in a classroom. A teacher comes, he teaches you and he goes you can ask him questions.

01:39:03--> 01:39:06

Mostly comes in teacher answers from questions and

01:39:09--> 01:39:12

is not responsible for your terrible

01:39:13--> 01:39:19

upbringing is not their molding and guiding and so on. So they could down classroom teachers,

01:39:21--> 01:39:22

Boko Haram.

01:39:25--> 01:39:37

People who did this get a position is that that's what they end up with Boko Haram, the western style of education in classrooms and this is

01:39:38--> 01:39:40

western style education.

01:39:43--> 01:39:59

This is extreme, extreme thoughts. The bottom line is you know, brother, you've done your Bachelors of Arts in Islamic Studies. I studied your material. Well. It well on you

01:40:00--> 01:40:01

As the new taught

01:40:02--> 01:40:14

the people of your area you know you had assignments to do to help teach pass on that knowledge all those four years of study and you went and did that master's

01:40:16--> 01:40:23

and as Masters of Arts in Islamic Studies and you further talk further studied and

01:40:26--> 01:40:29

you know what you have gained

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


01:40:33--> 01:40:36

what is your worry?

01:40:37--> 01:40:39

People will always have something to say

01:40:42--> 01:40:49

your worry is how best Can I convey this knowledge to others that's what you're worried

01:40:51--> 01:40:57

Don't worry about people talk. They will always talk to your boy in the grave.

01:40:58--> 01:41:06

Even after that some people talk at your grave and talk after they've left the cemetery

01:41:10--> 01:41:19

is this new day when people talk about the process? It was a fake there was a you know magician

01:41:22--> 01:41:26

or a whatever Keeler

01:41:30--> 01:41:31

Warlock whatever

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they call them okay.

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But that started

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it mean that simply because they detracted from me they tried to put him down always mean that he was what they felt what they said no, he just had tunnel vision

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got the job.

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So that's where you need to focus you know

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depending on the circumstances that you find yourself in

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you can

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respond to them with appropriate examples. Sharma Daniel Nemeth

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the line the heavens are above the heavens

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Here we go again.

01:42:33--> 01:42:34

Law is about

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so Ali, what is the best book on linguistic

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their growth in English? I don't know.

01:42:52--> 01:42:58

I don't know of a single book dedicated to the linguistic miracles of the class.

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today is the 27th night

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but britches x especially glass

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and I do have to rally

01:43:26--> 01:43:26

Thank you

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will offer one no ally you are

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01:43:44--> 01:43:46

You love forgiveness.

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So, forgive us. I should ask

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the price tag you

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listen to it.

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And virtuous action was

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crowd sourced stress, you know first plus x in the night.

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But if one were to

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read the Koran

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before or after,

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if one had the opportunity to

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carry food to or needy, etc.

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Then all these are retro attacks whether we do it in the day or night

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Cuz somebody is asking what is the exact time to end this report? When they are done?

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Oh fudger begins, then we should end it.

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What does it mean? About the white thread?

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black thread, the white thread of the dawn

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comes on the horizon. If you're living in a city where buildings all around, you can't see the horizon.

01:45:40--> 01:45:50

If you live in a countryside area, or you are on a higher building than everybody else, but you can see the horizon.

01:45:51--> 01:45:51


01:45:53--> 01:45:59

coming up, 5g comes as a light thread across the horizon,

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separating it from the darkness of the night.

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Before it lightens up.

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Zero data I'm seeking a pathway from my master's engineering management degree to PhD in Islamic Studies.

01:46:30--> 01:46:35

Well, I think it's best to discuss with Professor Eisen

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from the UK, who is the Deputy Vice Chancellor of academics,

01:46:44--> 01:46:45

he can advise you,

01:46:48--> 01:46:53

perhaps, taking the bridge to master's

01:46:55--> 01:47:00

program, which helps those wanting to go into masters

01:47:02--> 01:47:05

who didn't have Islamic Studies backgrounds.

01:47:07--> 01:47:15

Helped me bridge him to the master's program. Perhaps it's relevant as a bridge to PhD.

01:47:30--> 01:47:31

So the

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the issue of datacap is it performed in the masjid?

01:47:38--> 01:47:44

Or women? Yeah, and the time of the problem was, his wives performed the autograph and other women

01:47:47--> 01:47:48

in the master,

01:47:50--> 01:47:51


01:47:53--> 01:47:54

as son of Mario,

01:47:56--> 01:48:08

is there mentioned that God, the God of Abraham, did not give punishment from heaven after punishment to the people of the moon?

01:48:11--> 01:48:12

Not that I know of.

01:48:15--> 01:48:17

I'm not familiar with that.

01:48:20--> 01:48:21

With that,

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law, we've come to an end of the questions I'm sorry for those who sent questions. But somehow they were not intelligible. I have to do try to be precise, in what you're saying. Try to save in as few words as possible.

01:48:46--> 01:48:52

Things become longer become jumbled and ideas become confusing. So better.

01:48:54--> 01:48:58

Keep it as short as possible. And one sentence

01:49:02--> 01:49:09

simple, clear. inshallah, we'll try our best to answer those questions which we can

01:49:10--> 01:49:13

for those questions, can't Excuse me.

01:49:15--> 01:49:15


01:49:17--> 01:49:24

my knowledge is not all encompassing. It's relative to what I have studied

01:49:25--> 01:49:26

over the years.

01:49:27--> 01:49:33

So with that, we'll close down our session now. panicle Decker issue do I

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start to come

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

out to

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