In the Names of Allah – 35 – ar-Raqeeb

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The transcript discusses the importance of belief and actions in driving toward the concept of the fruit of belief and actions, and the need for fear when doing things. The principles of mar elevated faith and self consciousness are also discussed, including adoption of the Divine name, being conscious of one's actions and thoughts, and avoiding harms. The importance of regret and hesitation in rejecting actions and events is emphasized, along with the importance of praying and staying in one's homes to improve memory and memory skills. The segment also touches on the topic of online programs and classes for students, including classes for students interested in the Open University program.

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Salam Alaikum Rahmatullahi wa barakato

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like to welcome you again to our class, regular class on the names of Allah in the names of Allah. And

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we'd like to welcome our students, as usual, this is the 35th session and Russia and Ollie, we greet you with walaikum Salam zydus Shah from Indian occupied Kashmir walaikum Salam

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aziridine from Melbourne, Australia.

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Allah bless this gathering and put all of its attendees in Jannah and also the one that is delivering it. In Sharla.

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The Bieber Hartman from Britain, Germany walaikum salam Neve Davidson from Ohio, USA while they come Salaam yasmeen Ismail from South Africa why they come salam, Faisal Ali

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from Kashmir,

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inviting me to be a guest in his home

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when I get the chance to visit Kashmir, and the promises to

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serve a lot of the Kashmiri dishes into Allah.

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Bihari Abubakar while they come Salaam from Germany,

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Yulia Majeed from Indonesia. Welcome while they come Salaam, Mohammed Salafi from the UK, Bradford, UK

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Bradford I visited quite often back in the 90s giving lectures at the University of Bradford Mashallah, that's a physically

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Muslim community. You see Muslims everywhere.

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But, of course, a lot of work is needed for Muslim institutions to be established there.

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To abubaker Abdullah walaikum Salam fizer fun, while achema salaam daumier was the Daily

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Mail all of you for loving me for his sake,

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radical article.

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So inshallah we will move on to the second part of our class,

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which is the actual session.

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session number 35

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r Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim.

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Allah Allah He was Hobie woman is standing up as soon as he Li Almaden.

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

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This is session 35

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in which we will be looking at name 52 or rocky IP

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The overseer, The Guardian,

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in terms of crime, location or tape is mentioned three times in the crime among them bukan Allahu Allah akula Shea in Rocky bar, and Allah is the overseer guarding everything in so Allah.

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Verse 52.

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In terms of its meaning linguistically, the Divine Name or rakeem is the intensive form of the present participle brocket on the usual file pattern, which comes from the trilateral route ra of MMA,

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and is derived from the Geron Rocketboom.

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This route has three basic meanings. The first meaning is to investigate, to invigilate to oversee the second meaning is to continually observe, to be vigilant, to be aware and to guard and the third meaning is to hold in consideration and to respect

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this rule appears some 24 times in the course in six derived forms. Examples of these can be seen in

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rocker button, a slave,

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rock a boon and observer for top

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so watch is the verb in the command form and lie lie or Pomona.

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They do not respect the ties

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form of the

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daughter or the present tense verb.

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In the Arabic language, Rafi means one who watches over or supervises things.

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That includes rocky belgische as the sergeant as the term they give to the person with three stripes. They call him Rocky, who guards and protects and rock table crown guards people.

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Relative to Allah this Divine Name or rockin, carries a meaning similar to that of ALLAH hafiz

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to preserve and guard from harm due to negligence, along with his close watch, an ever present witness of everyone everything everywhere and at all times.

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Moving on to the application. According to ml bottles, four principles, we begin with the first principle which is to adopt where applicable. Now this Divine Name or upheaved, can be applied by being conscious of the fact that Allah is aware of all his creatures, their movements, words, deeds, even their thoughts. His sight effortlessly encompasses the visible and the invisible. His hearing surrounds the audible and inaudible his knowledge completely comprehends the open and the hidden, the big and the minute, the small, while amoo analyis llamo marfy unphysical faha rule. do be aware that a law knows what is within yourselves. So be aware of him to Al Baqarah, verse 235.

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Consequently, one who is truly conscious of this divine level of invigilation and is not negligent, will take stock of his or her own actions, their business dealings and their worship, as well as all the remaining aspects in his or her own life.

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In that lies the rectification of the affairs of this life and the next and the attainment of the highest levels of faith. Known as Sam mentioned in the hadith of Gabriel, one occasion Angel Gabriel in the human form, enter the circle of learning, being held by the prophets Allah

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and his companions.

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And ask the prophet SAW Selim about Islam Eman Hassan in order to dramatically

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Identify and clarify for his companions, the foundations of Islam for all times. And this is why over 1400 years, nothing has changed. Islam, Eman and Hassan remains from that day till today, unchanged in the least way.

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All of the other major religions Christianity, etc and so many changes have taken place that what people are following now is unrecognizable. With what Jesus brought what his early followers, the Judeo Christians followed.

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And the prophet SAW Selim he defined the third level as saying, by saying,

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and son, and tabooed Allah can Anna Katara

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for inlanta contura, who, for inner who yuroke

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Hassan is to worship our law, as if you can see him. And if you can't see him, worship Him, knowing that he sees you.

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This level of faith and stage of worship is often called maraca.

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positive self consciousness and self awareness

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has been described by ml time from the 14th century

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as a person's continuous knowledge, and certainty of laws complete awareness of his or her outward actions, and inward thoughts.

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On the other hand,

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Imam Al Hassan al Busey, he described it by saying, may Allah bless every servant of Allah, Who pauses and reflects at the moment that he intends to do something. And if it is pleasing to Allah, he does it. And if it is not, he steps back.

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maraca should be done before x during acts and after their completion, as a law said, Yeah, you will Edina amanu duckula Welton enough some of them at 11 wonderful law. all believers fear Allah and let each sold see what it has prepared for tomorrow. And fear Allah.

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Allah mentions the importance of being mindful of his displeasure twice, once before deeds, and once after deeds are done.

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Thus being sincere is the foundation the starting point of maraca bar in all righteous deeds.

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The following is an often quoted example of maraca in action

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of the live in Zaid Ibn Aslam

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related from his grandfather

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that once when he was accompanying the Calif almarhum, no hot dog. On one of his night patrols of Medina.

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They heard a woman instruct her daughter, my daughter,

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get up and add some water to our milk. The girl replied, mother, didn't you hear the decree of a mirror movement in the leader of the believers or modern hubbub? Today?

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The mother asked, What was it? And the girl said, he ordered someone to announce in a loud voice, that water should not be mixed with milk. The mother said, Get up and mix some water with the milk. You're in a place where Omar can possibly see you. The girl responded, Mother, I cannot obey a law in public and this obey Him in private.

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This practical example is a simple explanation of how we should understand the Divine Name or Rocky and the concept of maraca. This young woman was upright in her deeds in public and private, simply because she really believed that Allah was observing her at all.

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all times.

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The righteous Caliph Omar Abdullah Abdullah z is oftentimes called the fifth of the righteous caliphs descended from her.

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It is very easy to claim that we are aware of a loss complete surveillance of all of his creatures. However, in the back of our minds, we secretly believe that we will be lost in the huge crowds of sinners. And Allah will probably overlook us while focusing on other major wrongdoers, I would have been that

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that is one of the many ways by which Satan and his minions whisper in our ears in order to beautifies him and make it easier for us to happen he continues sinning

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maraca ally deeds This level is much easier than maraca of our intentions and thoughts. Which is why Allah Himself excused us from bad thoughts and bad intentions. According to the progress on sale, I'm saying a lot overlooks the bad thoughts of the Muslim nation, as long as they do not speak about it, or act on it.

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This is the cause of the difficulty, in fact, in many cases, the impossibility of controlling our thoughts.

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Consequently, we are excused by law as this is the mental and spiritual battleground of our of good and evil.

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The base for the exercise and expression of human and jinn, free will

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Allah give every soul a consciousness of good and evil, as he stated, when I've seen where Massa wha ha for Alhambra hub for Chu raha otaku

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by the soul and how he formed it,

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and inspired it to know its wickedness, and its righteousness,

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allow most wise as allowed a jinn to closely attach itself to each and every one of us. This type of gin is known commonly as Corinne, literally, companion. One of these gins

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accompanies each human from the human beings birth until his or her death. The jimny encourages the lower desires of human beings and constantly tries to divert them from righteousness. The prophets are Salam referred to, to this as a relationship referred to this relationship and clarified it saying, mom income men are hidden in our con whoo killaby he Corinne who managin every one of you has been assigned a companion from the jinn, the Sahaba asked, even you or messenger of Allah. And the prophet SAW Selim replied, even I

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accept that Allah has helped me against him, and he has submitted now he only tells me to do good. Likewise, from birth until death, each person has also been assigned an angel, inspiring him or her to do good and guarding him or her from evil.

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of the liveliness related allows messengers said

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every one of you has been assigned a companion from among the jinn, and one from among the angels.

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These angels are entrusted with the responsibility of guiding and advising each individual by our laws will do righteousness.

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The Quran also speaks about the guardian angels as follows

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nahoon locked the baton in benei id woman comfy yeah for Luna who mean umbrella. For each person. There are angels in succession before and behind him.

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They guide them by a laws command. Allies x excused even the next stage of a bad thought as it evolves into a bad action.

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Stage is when the bad fart is embraced after reflection, and the Koreans influence is victorious over the angelic

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It now evolves into a bad intention.

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Mental plans are then devised to implement the bad thoughts. However, even this stage is overlooked by Allah's mercy, if we don't act on it, as the promise asylum informed us, indeed a law has recorded good deeds and evil deeds and explain them. So whoever intends to do a good deed and doesn't do it, allow will record it for him as a complete good deed. If he intends to do good and does it allow will record it for him as 10 to 700, good deeds, or even more. And whoever intends to do a bad deed and doesn't do it. A law records it as one good deed.

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And if he actually goes ahead and does it is only recorded as one bad deed. This is from the mercy of Allah.

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Do not act on the evil thought, when one intended to do to mindfulness of a law is a righteous act of maraca. And as such, the believer is rewarded for not doing and intended bad act is important. This is where one doesn't do it out of mindfulness of a law, not that the police showed up,

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or your parents game, or you know, others who, you know, you can't go ahead and do this act in their presence. So you don't do it for fear or fear of displeasure of those around you, not a law. So that one there is no good deed recorded for you.

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It's not recorded as a sin, because you didn't act on it. We didn't speak about it. So you're excused from that perspective. But you don't get the reward. In that case, in order to help the believers stop at this point, and earn this divinely gifted reward. The prophet SAW Salem strongly encouraged, encouraged silence, by invoking the sincerity of belief in the law and the Day of Judgment, saying mankind may not be law he will Yeoman art. Finally, according to higher, hourly azmuth. Whoever truly believes in Allah and the Last Day should either say good things, or Be quiet.

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Those who prefer to speak evil, over silence. don't really believe in Allah and the Last Day, they may insist that they do. But their level of belief is so low, that the profits are seldom negated it all together.

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The progress on some further emphasize this reality saying, the faith of a true servant of God is not right, until his heart is right. And his heart is not right. Until his tongue is right.

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The heart and tongue are inextricably linked. Consequently, to guard one's speech is essential to guarding arts, the heart being the seat of taqwa, God, consciousness or mindfulness, as was reported to have pointed out

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to this, the promised land was reported to have pointed out to his own heart, saying at taqwa, how would I talk wha hoo, not. Duck wa is here, here pointing to his heart.

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And he repeated it a duck wha hoo, not

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being rocky

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to others.

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We can apply the Divine Name, or rakeem by simply being real guardians over others officially under our care, like children or our siblings.

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And those unofficially under our care like nieces and nephews and our in laws.

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Consequently, the commonly quoted hadith of Shepherd ship is directly relevant here also called locum Ryan, local local must rule on Android at all of you are shepherds responsible for his our flock.

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fulfilment of the instructions given in this well known prophetic statement can only take place if we carefully guard and oversee those under our care, knowing full well, that we will be questioned about our guardianship of those entrusted to us. Without merkaba this obligation will not be properly fulfilled. It may be on occasion when it's convenient, but when it is not convenient, it won't be

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like in the cases where brothers lock up their sisters in rooms in squalor. For years and years, while they take full control of the inheritance left behind by their parents, though while their parents were alive, they carefully looked after their sisters

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out of the lab.

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The second principle of Ibn batal was to confirm were unique and inapplicable the Divine Name or rakeem implies a level of overseeing way beyond the ability of a loss creatures allow watches over each and every one of us simultaneously listening to each and every word we utter.

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While continuously keeping track of each and every one of our deeds.

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Each and every breath we take, and each and every eye that makes

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consequently, applying the Divine Name, by way of confirmation requires that we reject any and all attempts to give this attribute to a loss creatures. Both Shiites and sophies attribute this level of awareness to their infallible the moms and their saints. The

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Mohammed Reza Lucifer

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wrote the following under the heading doctrine of the attributes of the Imam and knowledge of the Imam

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is basic teaching text faith of Shia Islam. From the religious center of home in Iran published

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we maintain the powers of the Imams to receive inspiration has reached the highest degree of excellence. And we say that it is a divinely given power. By this means the mom is able to understand information about anything, anywhere. And at any time.

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in Manila, he was in a Roger all

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these expressions are not the individual aberrations of this author, Muhammad rush to the door and mozaffar in the book alhaja of the most authentic Shiite collection of traditions, written and compiled by UNHCR by an collini and called al caffee. He has a chapter headed, the Imams can know anything, whenever they wish.

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the basis of Morocco, which of the last modality is the fact that he knows everything?

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So because he's aware of everything, he can oversee everything, so everything moms can know and everything and anything, whenever they wish, then they have taken that position.

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And as Sufi by the name of Abdelaziz, at the bar, from the 18th century,

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in Morocco,

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he was quoted by one of his followers, saying, I saw a saint when he reached a station wherein he witnessed all intelligent and unintelligent created beings, wild animals, insects and the heavens and its stars, the earth, the globe of the entire world gained its sustenance. It's risen from him.

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He heard all of them

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Sounds and conversations in a single instant. And he gave each what they needed and what was best suited for for them without being distracted by one from another.

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Allah had the prophet SAW seldom disclaim any knowledge of the name of the unseen in the Quran itself.

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The province Arsalan was was made to say, well, I'll come to our lamelo Eva, let's take 32 mineral Hale, my mess, messenia su,

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if it were that I had knowledge of the unseen, I would have accumulated only good and no evil would have befallen me

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surah verse 188.

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That's clear. Prophet Mohammed Al Salam didn't have that power, didn't have that knowledge

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that belongs only to Allah.

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So those claims of the shear and have the Sophie's have to be absolutely rejected

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for one's belief in our Rahim to be validated, because there's no point in saying, I know I believe Allah is rotting. But remain but there's no buts here. If you believe that he is Arathi, then this quality this ability should not be given to any of his creatures.

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Principle number three, hope, where there is promise.

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The Divine Name or a theme contains in it a promise of peace of mind, in the knowledge that on one hand, Allah is overseeing all our affairs, so we have nothing to worry about. And on the other hand, from the muraoka.

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In what is MOBA or a neutral arts perspective, it merely requires that we follow the etiquette rules regarding them. And we express gratitude to Allah for his mobile favorites, as MOBA x will always contain one or another of our laws bounties.

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For example, having a school graduation party is simply a mobile app.

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However, it requires following the rules of separation of males and females, observing the proper dress codes,

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no forbidden music,

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and no harm food or haram conversations.

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Thanks should be given for the food and the enjoyable occasion of the students graduation.

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Baraka should produce happiness, wellbeing, and real long lasting pleasure and contentment. But it requires that the heart feels the presence of a law and is mindful of a law and that it is not completely distracted while in acts of worship by ordinary acts of life.

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Scholars have noted that this happiness is not similar to happiness experience from enjoying the material pleasures of this life.

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Happiness of the heart derived from closeness to Allah is very special and unusually sweet

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and definitely worth striving with all of one's might for May Allah grant us all a taste of it before we leave this world.

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prophesied Sutherland spoke of it as follows

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whoever is truly pleased with Allah as his or her Lord, with Islam as his or her religion, and with Muhammad's reisenden, as their prophet has tasted the sweetness of faith, Dr. Pamela Eman man rodya Bill Nighy, Robin Robin Islami Dean and OB Mohammedan Rasulullah

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or pillar of application

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Where there is a warning.

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As we said in the beginning, the Divine Name or Rocky, the overseer.

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The principle of forcing oneself that's a maraca in order to become closer to a law, and thereby become more conscious of a law was derived.

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However, Morocco should be driven more by fear of a loss displeasure.

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Then by health, which is natural fear of danger and punishment,

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which is like the natural fear of falling, or being bitten by a dog etc.

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However, fear of a loss displeasure also includes an element of fear of the punishment consequences of his displeasure. Consequently, to regain a loss pleasure by way of maraca where sinful acts are involved. Repentance is fundamentally what is required realisation of a law as a regime to drive the believers to seek genuine forgiveness from their Lord, which is not the mere repetition of formulas and phrases like a standard federal law. I seek your forgiveness all along.

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But by following clearly defined steps to achieve real salvation from our sins,

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the main steps are as follows. Number one, remembrance of Allah. Real repentance must closely be linked in cause and effect, relationship in the cause and effect relationship with the remembrance of Allah.

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In fact, repentance should begin from the point at which one becomes conscious of Gods

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becomes conscious of God relative to one sin.

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This is our this stage. This is stage one, the maraca process of repentance in dealing with sin. Allah describes this first stage as follows.

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Those who, having done something shameful, or having wrong their own souls, remember Allah and ask forgiveness for their sins.

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Consequently, repentance, which is a condition, and all acts of real worship, must be done strictly for the pleasure of Allah alone.

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For only he can partner since none other fear of being found out where one repents, hoping that Allah will cover their sins.

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The motivating force behind true repentance should be maraca induced love and fear of Allah, along with a wish to glorify and exalt Him. This love should be accompanied by hope for the rewards which Allah has promised, and fear of loss punishments in store for those who transgress His laws.

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The second principle is that of immediacy of repentance. Once the believers have remembered a law and realize their sin, they must now implement the second principle of Morocco when dealing with sins, which is to turn to God and repentance immediately, without hesitation, or delay. The postponement of repentance is usually the result of a deliberate desire on the part of the sinner, to prolong the illicit pleasure derived from the sin

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delivered, either as a result of doubt on the part of the ignorant sinner, whether or not Allah will accept his or her repentance.

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In the first case, the sinner has now compounded the sin and should seek forgiveness also from his or her delay. While in the second case the sinner needs to be informed that no sin is too great for a lot to forgive. If he or she earnestly repents,

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This ram shed barn shed on tries to make us think we've just done too much and

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there's no way out of this so you might as well just carry off. That's a trick of Satan to leave people in sin and increase their sin. Allah has emphasized the need for a quick response

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of repentance to sin in the following verse that's in Surah nisab was 17 in the matoba to Allah Allah He Nila de nyama Luna su mujer harlot to Maya to buena min curried formula, aka tubo Allahu LA.

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Surely Allah will forgive those who ignorantly do sins, and quickly turn back in repentance. These allow will forgive.

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The longer the sinner delays repentance, the more difficult it will become to do so. Because the sin and the sin will have a greater opportunity to take root in his or her heart. And the soul desires will be given a bigger chance to rationalize the sin and become an over come the awakened consciousness.

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The third principle is cessation of sin. The immediate turning and repentance has to be accompanied by an immediate abandonment of the sin for which forgiveness is sought.

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sincere repentance is a result of real maraca and that cannot take place while one is willingly and knowingly continuing to commit sin.

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If the sinner is not prepared to cease doing wrong without delay, he or she is really not prepared to repent.

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And any verbal expression of repentance, or spoken request for forgiveness, without abstinence will only be of the mindless, ritualistic type, which is invalid due to its lack of sincerity.

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Allah himself has clearly made this granting of forgiveness dependent upon the cessation of the sinful acts for which repentance is made.

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Well I'm your Subaru Allah my father oh well whom yada moon

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and for those who do not knowingly persist in wrong

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blockages Jessa monferrato Robbie,

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they will have a reward of forgiveness from the Lord.

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This prerequisite for absolution can also be found mentioned in many of the teachings of the Prophet saws.

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For example, I'm aware he reported that on one occasion, the messenger Allah Allah said, when a believer commits a sin, a black spot appears on his heart.

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If he or she resists, and ask forgiveness, their hearts will be polished clean. But if

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he or she does more since the spots will increase, and that is the rust, which Allah mentions in his book, Calla been wrong Ronna Allah, Colombian, mad can will react soon, by no means.

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Rust has covered their hearts for the sins that they do.

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That's what I'm about 15 verse 14.

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That's Thus, it may be said that the maraca induced repentance from a particular sin without immediate abstinence from that sin is not true Toba or repentance.

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But a poor imitation of it. Fake with repentance of this type will not be acceptable to Allah, and will not absolve the supposedly repentant sinner from his or her sin.

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The abandonment of sin will become progressively more difficult to accomplish as time passes, and the will to resist will likewise become weaker and weaker.

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This will also affect one's attempts to repent from other sins and a pattern of falsehood with oneself is likely to develop.

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Also, while the center becomes increasingly unable to desist from minuses,

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it will also affect his or her ability.

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to abstain from major sins. If the cycle continues the sin his heart will become increasingly covered in the dark rust of sin, which will gradually form a veil of complete darkness, blocking him or her from the light of truth and faith. Their sensory organs of sight and hearing will simultaneously be veiled from the truth, and they will have an aversion to being around righteous people, or to hearing words of righteousness. Those such persons may still claim to be believers, criticism and slander will form the basis of their conversation. When they speak about religion and religious people, they will lambaste them, speak ill of them.

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Furthermore, praise and admiration will be will characterize their talks about the believers and the world of disbelief.

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The fourth principle that the remorse from sin,

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it is also essential that this sincerely sinful person seeking a loss forgiveness feel deep sorrow, and regret for his or her transgression.

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Real maraca necessitates remorse, as it is the foundation of the act of Toba repentance. Without it repentance becomes a meaningless ritual devoid of any sincere

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any sincerity, or any substance. The sinner who repents without self condemnation

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secretly relishes the memories of his or her sin, while outwardly pretending to give up.

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As long as the violation of a laws law is not given up inwardly. The sinner will soon return to the sin.

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Toba without remorse will also be devoid of consciousness and fear of God maraca and thus will likely be for some materialistic goal. For example, a job position requiring that one holding it abstain from certain vices may cause those who apply for the position to hypocritically abandon these vices, while harboring in their hearts a secret love for them. Since such a form of repentance lacks the initial ingredient of sincerity, it will likely be transformed into continuous sin and held against the perpetrator.

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The primary role of regret in repentance was emphasized by the prophet SAW Salaam in such a way as to leave no doubt about it. He was reported to have said

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and Ned mu Toba

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regret is repentance and net mo Toba

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there should also be a firm intent not to repeat the sin again, from the remorse for the remorse to be real. For How can someone feel sorry about having done something wrong, while planning to do it again, in the future. sorrow in such a case would only be a show for the benefit of others. It could not possibly be to a conscious due to a conscious recognition of the gravity of the sin and regret from the fear of God.

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True sorrow and sadness will produce a strong and sincere desire not to repeat the cause of the sorrow.

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This does not mean that if someone repeats us in the original sin was not sincere. Sorry, the original repentance was not sincere and was not accepted. It is possible for one to slip back into the same sin in times of weakness, but it should not be the same degree or it should not take the same length of time to realize the same. Remember a lie and abandon it. If one falls back into the same sin to the same degree or even worse. the sincerity of the original repentance would then become doubtful as

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did not appear to have had any effect on the sinners spirit.

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The fifth principle is that of returning the property of others. If the sin for which repentance is salt is sought, involves the violation of the rights of others. These rights must be restored for forgiveness to be granted. Property acquired illegally must be returned, and a person's honor must be restored were violated, because Allah will not accept the prayers of one who lives off stolen property. We all remember the Hadeeth has been repeated a number of times on that traveler who raised his hand in the midst of his travel calling out Yarra Brb, my Lord, my Lord,

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but his food, drink and clothing were all unlawful the process and unsaid and he was nourished by what was unlawful. So how could his prayers answered the answered. So that's the consequence. Furthermore, any unfulfilled rights will be taken from the wrong doors scale of good deeds, on the day of judgment, at a time when no one can afford to spare any righteousness, which is in their favor. Abu huraira also reported to the messenger of a lot. So a lot of us, Alan said, Whoever has wronged his brother with regards to his honor, or anything else, should seek His pardon now, before the time when neither dinars nor Durham's will be of any benefit.

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At that time, if he has good deeds, any amount of them equal to the wrong will be taken, or if he has none, sins from the wrong person will be put on him.

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In this life, the violation of human rights

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also exposes the center to calamities, resulting from the prayers of those who have been wronged by him. If not boss related. When the products are sold and sent widely general to Yemen, he told him, beware of the curse

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of one who is oppressed, for surely there is no veil between him or her and the law.

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Consequently, since sincere repentance cannot take place, within a context of continued oppression, and violation of the rights of others,

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it must be their rights must be restored. If the owner of the stolen property is unknown, or unavailable, it should be given to his or her next of kin, if known, or donated to the poor, if neither the owner nor his or her relatives are known,

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repentant sinner must at all costs, clear himself or herself of any illegally obtained possessions or honor violations like slander, backbiting, or false rumors, especially those for which he or she is seeking absolution.

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We'll close our session now, by calling on a law. Using these names, or law era team. We know that you watch every breath we take and every move we make. So Nothing escapes your surveillance ever.

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So we are a team. We ask you to excuse our mistakes and forgive our sins and help us instead to repent and repent completely. To change our lives completely Yachty we beg you to accept our feeble attempts to become closer to you. And we implore you to enable us to taste the sweetness, which you put in our faith before we leave this world

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miracle article Salaam Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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With that, We now return to the third section of our class. That's the section for question.

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And answers, which many of you are likely waiting waiting for eagerly?

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First question,

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Juma is tolkein allowed in Islam when we carry the dead body

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Saltine is

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from luck Ghana, reluctant, oh talty

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where the prophet SAW lamb had told his companions, lock Keanu moutoku in the

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call on your

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literally call on your dead,

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saying to them law in law

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and requesting them to say the same 13 means that you say something to someone, and you expect them to repeat it.

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the literal translation is not the meaning of the prophet SAW Selim statement.

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The meaning of his statement is for those who are dying,

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they're still alive. They're dying.

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To tell them to say la ilaha illa Allah. That's it.

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They're already dead. You can tell them to say anything, because they're not going to say it. They can't even hear you once they're dead. They can't hear you anymore finish and the story you can hear them and they can't hear you.

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Question from our Instagram students.

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What did I learn or respected leader and the message doesn't show you inspect back and allow others to interrupt your conversation.

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Be patient

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Manta Wada, eyelid, Rafa.

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Whoever is humble

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for the sake of Allah,

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Allah elevates them.

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as you say, you are disrespected

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by a an elder or head of the masjid what or whatever, allowing others to cut your conversation and say whatever they feel like anyhow, anytime you're just cut off

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what to do for you to rise up and scream and shout and

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that's not the way

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the patient

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Your time will come.

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Kazuma Zubair

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Where did these concepts of things like pillars Suna Wajid, in our acts of worship come from? Some people claim that this is all innovation. May Allah preserve, you

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So now, of course,

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it's mentioned, it's mentioned by the Sahaba some some of these terms, why Jim, of course, they used it, this was part of the language the pillars are, are can

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it's used used in different contexts.

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So, these are just Arabic terms.

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The concepts behind them is organizing thoughts. If you remove this fic terminology, which organizes thought thoughts and remember the prophet SAW sentiment said

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that whoever Allah loves, if he did, it is given the deep understanding of the religion.

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And these expressions were used by the early generation in their in depth understanding of the religion.

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this is not considered innovation.

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When, when the scholars of fit of Islamic law, Sharia, they say, this act is wajib.

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They've given you what the definition of wajib is, it is an act, if you do it, you will be rewarded.

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If you don't do it, you will be punished.

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To distinguish it from Acts that were, if you do it, you will be wrought, were rewarded. But if you don't do it, you will not be punished.

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So those who say, Oh, this is all innovation, they're gonna say meaning that any art for which you are rewarded

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will be

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seen if it is not done, or there is no sin on you if it's not done.

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And, of course, the evidence is, from the Sunnah, etc

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that this is not the case. There are some where there is consequences for and then some where there's no contracts, no consequences for

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but the process and I'm said do them.

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So this is all utilize, in helping people understand and to reverse the Sunnah. And its instructions.

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Without this deeper understanding, to be able to distinguish between what is obligatory and what is recommended. What is natural mobile, what is disliked and what is forbidden.

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Without that, it's just chaos.

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When the prophet SAW Selim was present, he was just telling people do this, don't do that. etc. There's but he was giving them instructions. We've already things that if you didn't do this, okay, you know, this Hellfire behind this?

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If we didn't do it?

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Well, we lost out on the reward.

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The two different things

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in both cases said do it.

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So if there is no Hellfire, if you don't do it, then obviously doing it could not possibly have been a serious obligation. That's the point. This is where the scholars looked at the various texts, from the Sunnah from the sayings of the prophet SAW Selim from the Quranic texts and verses, etc. And after analyzing them, they extracted these principles.

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This is what they are. So they're not considered to be innovation. But they need a necessity.

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Faisal Ali, who is your favorite scholar? Who is alive?

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Hmm, interesting question.

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My favorite scholar who is alive, I can more easily identify my favorite scholars who are now dead.

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Because in my earlier stage, I was involved in sitting with studying with etc, you know, a number of scholars. So it was much easier than if you asked me when I was in Medina, was in Riyadh doing my masters. You know, this would be an easily answered question.

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Now, due to the fact that I'm not engaged in classes, studies, etc. I'm running a university, international Open University. So

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there's research involved in games in research, where I'm giving classes etc. But this is not the norm. This 99 names of allies, not the norm. I didn't, I did it last year, but I didn't do it the year before or the year before that or years before that. So it's a different situation now.

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So I wouldn't be able to

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give you a name

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right off the top of my head at this point.

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If one comes to mind now that

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You know,

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from semina sangli my son

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was used to offer

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tads tahajjud on his wish,

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But what should be a mother?

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Do if her son has stopped offering Salah

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I son used to offer tahajjud

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I guess, by his own wish.

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But now he has stopped offering Salah altogether.

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should be?

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What should be there?

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The position?

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Well, I mean, what what can you do, you can you can just advise him,

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try to get those who he respects to advise him

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depending on his age, and then if he's young enough, maybe you'd love to spank him, give him a spanking or whatever, or deprive him of something that he likes, because he's still dependent on you. So you know, whatever.

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you could call it physical punishment.

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More psychological punishments are better.

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Especially in these times, and especially in countries where

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physical punishments are looked at as abuse and you can be arrested, your children can be taken away from you, then you have to keep these considerations in mind.

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to mention,

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many of the back to Faisal Ali's question, actually, you're reminding me that so many of my favorite scholars

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are now dead. No, I'm the latter part of my life also, law knows when how soon my time will come.

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I would say that there are among you know, contemporary scholars

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a number who, like chef saw the

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example to the q&a. slang q&a depends on it was a student of chef with baths

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there are a number of others

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like him, but who are contemporaries

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of the know who I guess grew up

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in the same time as me or close to close to it.

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So at least I was able to bring one name for you.

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And share salah

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and houda.

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It's an honest, knowledgeable scholar.

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A lot

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the Muscat University

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that's cheer Salah sawi.

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yeah, those are a few drama.

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Let's carry on.

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From the beer

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in Sydney, Australia, in Gema. Do you stand to start the second row in the middle, behind the Imam

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to the right or to the left of the person or from the right.

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And is it the same for women?

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Normally, you're starting the role from immediately behind the mom

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People generally favor filling up the right side because the prompts are solomid made special. For the right side of the line is additional benefit

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or reward for being on the right side. This is stressing the importance of the right.

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And his preference to the right.

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When somebody comes and joins you in a prayer, you're praying by yourself, they stand to your right, not to your left,

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etc. So after that there's not any hard and fast rule.

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So if a woman is leading the prayer,

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for the women's line is being formed. Starting from the middle, it could go from the right first and then to the left, pulling up the left the same way it did for men.

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I mean, now, if one has committed a major sin, continues to ask forgiveness, and makes dua but Allah is not accepting their dua. Is this because of doing major sins, or we don't know.

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You're assuming that Allah is not accepting a da. Because what you're expecting to happen when you sought forgiveness didn't happen. But that doesn't mean that a law didn't accept your da. It just means that he chose to respond to it in a way different from the way that you were expecting.

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From Shaggy, how to stop yourself from listening to music.

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put wax in your ears.

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Well, practically speaking,

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it's a decision that you have to decide

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why you have to decide on

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get rid of all of your

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debt DVDs, if they're still around, or flash drives, empty them, clean them up, remove it from around you as much as possible.

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And then after that, where it comes, then it's beyond your control, you're not held accountable for.

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But you can't sit in the midst of music and try to figure out how to stop listening to music. That just doesn't work. You have to get out of that environment and create a new environment for yourself, in which you're not surrounded with wall to wall sound, or music.

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What is the best way to make Toba by just finish explaining that

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all those points at the end, which I gave were the weights for making Toba?

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Have another question from Instagram students

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NIF Davidson asks, Will you elaborate on the difference between Morocco Baba and taqwa and meaning and how we apply those differences in a bada

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then the differences very very fine.

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It's just a maraca

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focuses on

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being aware

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of what one is doing.

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In taqwa it's being aware of a law. Knowing what one is doing that that's just the points of focus. And

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in terms of worship, both are required. Both elements should be there and actually even the definition of of both. They they do contain the concepts from each other is overlapping there. It's just a matter of focus.

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from Instagram, as it worth it for a wife to ask permission to her husband every time she wants to go out

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to leave her home.

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If the husband has

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made the law

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for the house,

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that whenever she wishes to leave the home, to go outside the home,

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she should get his permission, then she should

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take his permission.

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And of course, we encourage brothers not to make this a hard and fast rule. I mean, they might have to implement this rule, because the wife is just running out running out all the time, she spends more time outside of the home than inside the home.

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So in order to slow down to stopper, you made the rule you can't live without my permission. So maybe I'll let you out,

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you know, once or twice in a day for specific things, but not just whenever you feel like it, you're gone. You know, I call home, you know, No, mom is not here. places.

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So it's a situation which, yeah, technically, according to the law, she should take her husband's permission.

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Of course,

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to now the norm is that

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the woman she's leaving for well known things just needs to go to a nearby store where etc, to get some water to get some this, you know, basic things that that's not really needed. But if the husband sees that it is needed, and he says,

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For you to step one foot outside of the house, you need to get my permission, then you need to get his permission.

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Question from Faisal Ali. What's the best book on the proven prophecy of Prophet Mohammed? Salah? I don't know what that actually means a proven prophecy.

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prophecies of the prophets Asana, which came through came through.

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I don't know book specifically on that topic. So I really can't speak to that.

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Okay, from Instagram, students, can I post a holiday?

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Can I praise the harder daily not for the same thing?

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No, it's just

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because most people don't understand the methodology of is, the harder

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this becomes a possibility for them. They think that the more times you pray it, eventually it's going to come out to what you want. So you keep adding to keep adding to keep at it till you get what you want. This is not always the parent supposed to be done. No, it's the father is done. After you have gathered all the information you could regarding something that you want to do.

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you are now convinced okay to do it or not to do it.

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Then you make the two units of prayer which are not from the fried

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prayers. And you make the dua Mr. hora, in which you ask a lot, if this thing is good for me, then make it easy for me.

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And bless me in it. If it's bad for me, take it away from me.

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Put my heart somewhere else and what is really good for me and make me pleased with whatever else you've chosen. So

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you just need to do that one time. You don't need to keep doing it over and over and over every day. Keep repeating it No way. It's done. You've made you do our finish Wait,

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see what happens. And don't do it before sleep waiting to get assigned in your sleep.

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or read omens into things that happen that people say oh, things that you know, occur, natural occurrences etc.

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Question Juma

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is it allowed to say to our loadable or audibly, after Salah, or as Chi? Yes.

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It's mentioned that the Sahaba many of them used to make

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a scar allowed after the prayer not shouting, but other leader could be heard. In this permissible

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there's no prohibition

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on it.

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Tick Tock everyday

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what to do if a family member to cause a lot of harm insists on coming and staying in your house? You don't want them to how to react?

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Well, if it's your house, you should be able to stop them from coming.

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You informed them?

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No, but you know you're playing politics. They don't want to say, so that they don't get upset with you. So now you've got to live with it.

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You have to be patient, but they leave soon. Make dua law, please take them out on my own as quickly as possible. Whatever. What else can you do?

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Have a question, but you are

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for good health.

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For me, and I pray the same for all of you.

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What's my Jamal,

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good work, like getting food for someone? Does it need to be shown off or wait for a large reward and not for from other people?

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Now, of course, it's not to be shown as much as you can do it secretly without others knowing the better. Although it may be done publicly in order to encourage others to do likewise.

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South Korea Abu from Birmingham.

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Can you please recommend any arcada books for beginners? I think chef de Bali he had a series of pay the books for beginners shala. His work is good and authentic.

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from Instagram,

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why interest? is haram in Islam.

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Why is interest Haram in Islam because fundamentally, of course Allah has prohibited it.

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And the Messenger of Allah has also predicted it.

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the harm which comes from it

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is far greater than the good.

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And that is why we have so many countries in debt today that can't even begin to pay off the capital loan that they got, they're still just servicing the interest. They're paying off interest, five years, 10 years, 20 years 40 years still paying for the same loan.

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That's the nature of interest it sucks the good out of people and out of societies and concentrated in the hands of those with means

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Shafi Sophia,

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can you give any tips on how to improve contemplating over the Quran and its meanings given that my native language is not Arabic we read the Quran in translation.

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You know if you know Arabic media, we can then read the translation, its meanings, get a tafsir with that tafsir and understand it.

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More important than then parroting the text

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for her

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or him have a Mariah? I'm a hip student. How can I improve my memory? I keep forgetting what I memorize. Hmm, my son had the same problem.

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One of my sons

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but in general people were involved in memorization of grant you know, keeping it is a challenge. So

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this is why the toughies programs have special Maharajah

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programs to make sure you keep what you have. You have to have that going and has to be ongoing while

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Memorize otherwise you will forget

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okay from Instagram. So, let me just say to help keep what you have. Then

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you know as the mom Shafi said the complaint too is his his teacher about the weakness of his memory forgetting things

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and the teacher told him

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that's the result of sin.

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So cut down on your sins and your memory will improve.

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I have

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disorder and I need sleep I can't make it to both Asia and federal and domestiques you I pray at home

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in order not to miss a shot and further But Miss conquer the congregation for lighted concrete

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foundation work

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of course, we have tried to do something and it's beyond your ability and you are rewarded for your intention. So we know that factor is there and in the back

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end you do what you can

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you can pray

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you're monitoring in the masjid with the JAMA and everything else and you know you're gonna go home and pray you Stanley mustard and join Eurasia. I better to do it in the masjid of the honest people in the home that can join you in prayer then it's better to do it in the masjid maybe some other people will join you

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as an option

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smile be happy. What is the shall we say

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about husband accusing his wife

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that is

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wise worse.

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The person has been accused,

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this person vacuous is honest and faithful in their marriage.

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can divorce the husband or vice versa?

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not quite sure exactly what's being asked here, but

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can husband and woman accuse? Does the wife accuse each other of

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sin or error or whatever? Yeah, of course they can.

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one accuses the other

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and the other, you know, the person being accused has been faithful in their marriage, can the husband divorce or vice versa or the wife divorce? Well,

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you know, even if no accusation

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was there,

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the husband could divorce his wife, the wife could seek divorce from the husband for other reasons, without any acquisition involved. So, given that fact,

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then it is possible for us when having accused his wife or a wife or husband, you know of some sin,

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some evil, some evil deed or whatever.

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To seek divorce.

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That is permissible.

01:29:53--> 01:29:59

My concern Muslims say it's really bad to take a bath before Friday.

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Well, they get a bath before Friday prayer that is from the Sunnah

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wa sallam recommended it. So your culture is upside down.

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They're misguided,

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perfectly legitimate. In fact, it is highly recommended.

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Hammad is editing videos with light background music to sell a product permissible. Now if the music is haram music, then whether it's light in the background or whether it's heavy in the foreground, it's haram should not be used.

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is visiting science permissible?

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visiting shrines not permissible.

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Fear Wranglers, can I take an education loan in my country, they don't give loan without interest, because I do not have any choice?

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I think that you need to

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find some other location or some other universities etc. to study on

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where you don't where you can afford and that you don't get yourself involved in loans, where you end up having to pay interest

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you're not dealing with the life and death situation.

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And I welcome you to join the international Open University

01:31:55--> 01:31:57

whose fees are so low

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everybody can afford them.

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So that's my advice.

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Welcome to international Open University IOU

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Baraka logical.

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Anything else from

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somebody by the name of Mimi, what's the best way or program to bring Quran

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to your life?

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There are many programs are available online.

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And it depends on the program that you want to study with.

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How you want to study, ideally, the best way is to be in a class with a teacher who's teaching a group or individual.

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Otherwise online, you know, there are programs where you just have to put your cursor over the verse, or the portion of the verse and recite to recite that portion for you, you can just

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01:33:21--> 01:33:30

putting your cursor over that part of the line until you learn how to say it correctly. So there's a lot a lot available online today.

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We'll go ahead and Australia student loans don't have interest, but they recently changed it to be indexed nearly in line with inflation, inflation, inflation,

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this interest,

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they just changed it

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to be in line with inflation

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to be indexed.

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new money

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is going to be increased every year based on the inflation.

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If that's happening without actual interest being identified, then let's permissible

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and all the a re

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recalculate every year based on increase in value or decrease in value of the currency.

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Go ahead

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and I take a car loan because in our country, you can't buy a car without loan.

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Well, again,

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taking a car loan it's kind of hard to believe

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That you can't buy a car without a loan.

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if you say so and

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cars and necessity

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for your survival

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then of course

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one may say that this is permissible given that state of necessity but this state has to be properly

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investigated before one can make a ruling on such a matter which is quite brave

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Okay, I think we've

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reached the end of our program. Salah like to thank everyone who was present we pray that

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benefit from it.

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And we ask a lot to put it in our scales of good deeds. Yeah, okay.

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So Pamela hamburger shadow in Ireland. Stop fuuka corner to work.

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A lot of the guns that I want a maraca to buy over cattle.