Bilal Philips – In the Names of Allah – 42b – al-Mubeen – Part 2

Bilal Philips
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and cultural implications of Islam, including its use in dry language, the use of words "has" and "has", and its use in various context. They also touch on the history of major-second revolution and the use of "arouse" in describing fruit. The use of evil language and philosophy has also been used to deception and create false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false false
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So now my de Kumara how to lie over cattle

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I'd like to welcome you all again

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to the second part of our session

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which was session 43

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inshallah we'll begin as usual by welcoming our

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guests and students.

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Now there's

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visitors etc.

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First and foremost, we have today sister, Madeira tajudeen from Melbourne, Australia walaikum salam.

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she invites

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me for a visit to Melbourne, Australia. Of course my daughter is there.

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She's married three kids. So I would love to come.

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But of course there are other issues which have to do with

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visas and those are the matters that would need to be overcome.

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I'm visiting by way of the internet

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Sister rasheeda Abdul Rashid

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from Virginia.

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USA, why they come sell out

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a lot of people who pray you are well also

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from Grenada Hamza

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and del

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y they come Salaam

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Baraka logical.

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If you weren't here yesterday, you may need to pick up yesterday's lecture in order for you to

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be up to speed with us.

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And then we have Ziad, a shot

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Ziad a shot

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Indian occupied Kashmir walaikum Salam nirsa. Oh mere wuzzy the alley from Bangladesh alaikum Salaam

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zero Diem from Melbourne Australia.

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ask me a lot and unite

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and help us to defeat our adversaries.

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Russia and Ali

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from Mauritius. Myself Mashallah.

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Rush's is a very beautiful place I've visited it on a number of occasions.

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Allah bless you abundantly also. In this life and the next NIF David Davidson from Ohio, USA walaikum salam, Yasmin smile from South Africa or they can Salaam Hamad Abu Sutter or Hamid Abdul

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Malik from Salaam What do I wear a cattle from Cleveland Ohio in the US

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the cow Muhammad

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why they come Salaam from Kenya Masha

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Hello, welcome onboard from Kenya. Very beautiful country to have visited on more than one occasion.

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It does mean Mohammed from the UAE walaikum salam Salim

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are they come Salaam, asking after my health

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Sharla hamdulillah Allah has blessed me with good health.

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I pray that he continues to do so.

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If to me walaikum salam from Norway barakallahu

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and shomari Ali from Berkeley, California while they consider

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Amal Akram from Netherlands are like themselves Salaam and hafeez radar from Malaysia

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near wuzzy Ali

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says he feels that he knows me personally though he never met me. Masha Allah, Allah love you

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for loving me for his sake.

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I suffer Cheb Nan while they come Salaam from Pakistan and use of taglib

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from Australia while I consult, so Allah will now begin

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our session

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

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Allah Allah was Harvey O'Malley Stan Bissonnette e li oma Deen

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All praise is due to Allah. And may Allah has Peace and blessings beyond the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and and all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day

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today or this session is session 40 to be

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or it could be called session 43

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but it is part two

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session 42

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al mobie declare the manifest which is named 59.

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The Quranic location

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is only

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in one location in the graph.

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That is Surah Noor, verse 25.

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Allah Allah will hop on movie

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the meaning we said before

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linguistically mobian comes from the trial literal root of the verb banner, year Beano

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was verbal noun by Al anon

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has three basic meanings.

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The first is to be far,

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the second is to be away from and the third is to be clear

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will be in the present participle coming from the Alif augmented form abana abana, you've been

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on the pattern of Allah, which means to make something far, or to make it clear. So Moby is the one who makes things clear.

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In terms of the application According to bluebottles, four principles.

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We already looked at principle one, and two.

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And we're now looking at principle three,

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to have hope, where there is a promise

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because allies will be in the clarifier true Islam in its original purity does exist today. And it will always exist as a beacon of truth for humankind, which can be discovered by anyone and everyone who searches for it from the proper

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Sources of Islam.

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It is not the property of any group or party, school or sect. Instead, it is accessible to anyone and everyone who takes the time to discover it. The Divine Name al mubi in contains a divine promise that the message of Islam will always be kept clear until the last days of this world.

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Since it is the message of the last messenger of Allah, and no other prophets are coming with books of revelation after the grand brought by Muhammad Rasul Allah. This final message needed to be preserved not only in its written form, but also the understanding of its texts. Consequently, the prophets are seldom made a series of statements, clarifying where and how to find true Islam.

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Firstly identified where the basic foundations of true Islam were in tried. I've already quoted him as saying, Tareq to ficam ambrane

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lanto delu, my comment section Bhima Kitab Allah, also not the lobby,

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I've left with you two things. If you hold on firmly to them, you will never go astray. The Book of Allah and the Sunnah of his prophet. This is where the foundations of Islam lay.

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They are to be found primarily in the Quran, and the Sunnah. All groups that deviated from Islam introduced the Sunnah of other people and texts which were favored over the grand

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for the Shiites,

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the 12 Imams and their suppose it statements replace the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And for Shiites

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their belief in the Tommy mom's became a pillar of faith.

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Mohammed Rashid, Mohammed Rida al Mustafa, in his book, The faith of Shia Islam,

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explained the doctrine of the moment as follows. We believe that the amendment is one of the fundamentals of Islam, sola Deen, and that man's faith can never be complete without believe in it.

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Alka Laney in his Hadith Compendium al caffee wrote, Abu Salama or selama reported that Abu Abdullah was the sixth the Imam Joshua Assad said and of course, this is what they claimed.

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That he said, We are those whose obedience Allah has made incumbent on all

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people must know us, for they will not have ignorance as an excuse. He who recognizes us is a believer, and he who denies us is a disbeliever. A Catholic

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chatbooks of reference claim that the target moms rely on other sources of knowledge besides the Quran and Sunnah. According to the narrations in soo min and caffee. The other sources are the page decipher the collection and the 40 momos half alkalyn he quoted a narration attributed to Imam Jaffer

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from Abu Basir

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in which jofra saw that was supposed to upset we have this cipher. Do you know what the cipher is?

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About let's hear it said

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what is the cipher?

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Mom jofra supposedly said a clay pot in it is the knowledge of profits and of their advice Jarrett's?

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The knowledge of the scholars among the Israelites of the past.

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Then he said, and we have missed half of Fatima, the most half of Fatima Do you know what the most half of Fatima is.

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It contains three times

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As much as is contained in your most half the grant in it, there is not even one letter from your quad.

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Secondly, the problem is our solemn pointed out that the sooner that is example and understanding of the righteous caliphs is also to be followed, and innovation should be scrupulously avoided.

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He said, Valley can be sooner Natty as soon as hola five Russia Dena and Medina outdo La Jolla when Nawaz urges

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what Yakumo

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more for inocula bit Atan de la. So you must hold on to my Sunnah and to the Sunnah of the rightly guided caliphs, cling to it stubbornly. And beware of newly invented matters in religion, for virtually every bidder is misguidance.

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Thirdly, the prophet SAW Selim pointed out, in general, that the most accurate understanding of Islam was that held by the best of generations, which were the first three,

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the Sahaba companions of the Prophet SAW some the tab your own, there are students that those who follow them, and tab your tab in the followers of those who were students of the Sahaba commonly known as a group as the solar

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panel, Nazi Germany, the province as Alan said, the best of generation are my generation. So Medina eluna home, so Medina, Luna, then those who follow them, and those who follow them.

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Now, pure Islam brought by Prophet Mohammed Salah

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unchanged in any way, can always be found based on these three prophetic principles.

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Whatever is not found in these sources, are considered to be from cultural Islam, whose main sources are pre Islamic customs, adopted customs, religious fanaticism, and innovations. With regards to pre Islamic customs, when Islam spread to various parts of the world, people who embrace the faith brought into Islam with them, some of their pre Islamic traditions, it's natural. When you accept Islam, everything that you believe everything that you practice and follow, this doesn't just disappear. It you gradually learn and remove those things which are incorrect and carry on. And

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also, Islamic law did not prohibit all of the practices of people who made governed a special category of law called Earth customs made allowances for local traditions and customs. Consequently, local traditions were permitted as long as they did not contradict clear commandments in the religion, the amount of on Islamic customs, which were carried into Islam by the new converts, depending on the degree to which they learned Islam, and the knowledge of those who invited them to Islam and taught them is that the more ignorant they were of Islamic teachings, the easier it was, for them to continue in their pre Islamic habits. Likewise, those who taught the new converts would

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tolerate on Islamic habits, which they were ignorant of.

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Many inherited customary practices might seem innocent, and relatively harmless in and of themselves.

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The basic rule is that they are permissible as long as they don't contradict Islamic teachings or cause physical harm.

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However, there are some inherited practices that are quite harmful physically, as well as spiritually. For example, the Pharaonic circumcision of females, known as female genital mutilation

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as practiced in many countries of West

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in East Africa, the Sudan, Egypt, among Muslims and non Muslim tribes of those regions, is in a god exact is an example of harmful inherited on Islamic practices. female circumcision was permitted by the prophet SAW Sunday but not recommended. Furthermore, the prophet SAW Selim instructed the woman who did it in Medina, to remove only a slight amount. The rule of thumb is that what is removed in any female circumcision should not affect the woman any more than circumcision of men, affects men. However, what is being practiced in these regions is far beyond that. It involves cutting out body parts, and in some cases even sewing up the remaining female body parts in an extreme effort to

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ensure virginity at the time of marriage. such practices are forbidden in this lab, as they are extreme and are clearly harmful to women. In many cases, infections occur from which can lead to sterility and even death. And even under hospital supervision, the way in which it is done robs the women or many of the women, if not all, of their right to enjoy a basic part of their marriage.

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Furthermore, some Muslim as well as non Muslim women may even reject Islam, under the mistaken impression that Islam condones this form of oppressive disfigurement of women.

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Another phenomenon

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under the heading of ride burning, another example can be found in the inherited indo European customs of dowry, wherein the family of the bride gives wealth and gifts to the groom. This has resulted in the widespread phenomenon of bride burning amongst Hindus in India, which according to Time magazine jumped from 400 per year in the 80s 1980s to more than 5800 per year in the mid 90s. In response to this, the Indian government officially outlawed dowry. However, hundreds of Hindu women 1000s of Hindu women continue to be set on fire by their husbands annually in India well over 2000 are reported annually as a result of their families not giving the gifts they promised at the

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time of marriage.

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In Islam, the Maha or dowry is supposed to be given by the male to the female as a symbol of his preparedness to look after her. However, in the Indian subcontinent, most Muslims have retained the Hindu practice of the bride's family giving dowry to the husband. As a result, the vicious criminal act of bride burning, though less frequent, can also be found amongst Muslims of that region, the Indian subcontinent and Gulf News report some years ago. Under the heading woman burn to death stated the following. Dhaka, Bangladesh, a greedy husband burn to death his young wife at chick para in the city following a feud over dowry, the police said.

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They said Zaha Mia poured kerosene over the body of his wife Shanaze was 20 years old, and set her on fire on Sunday. She died at Dhaka medical hospital yesterday.

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Another Gulf report entitled domestic violence on the rise in Pakistan stated at least 300 women are burned to death every year.

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Islamabad Reuters,

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a report by the private progressive Women's Association. They quoted the representative as saying bride burning every year accounts for the violent death of at least 300 women perpetrated most often by the victim's husband or their husbands families. In most of the cases the husbands or husbands families report to the police that the burning was an accident.

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caused by an exploding stove, and thus no prosecution takes place. The report gives graphic details and pictures of at least 12 women who are doused in kerosene, and burnt by their close relatives, and whose legal cases were pursued by the Association. But with most ending without any punishment to the suspects.

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Windows shouldn't remarry.

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This is the heading in southern Egypt. The custom amongst Muslims is that a widowed woman should not remarry. Some Southern Egyptians feel so strongly about this custom that they are prepared to commit murder in its defense.

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In another Gulf News report, entitled sun held for killing mother. It stated that in cleaner Egypt, a 22 year old son beheaded and dismembered his widowed mother when he found out that she had secretly remarried, breaking with the tradition in southern Egypt. Police here said yesterday. So law Akhmed hasn't helped by one of his uncle's forced sumeria salaam 35 years old, into the village Cemetery in Nevada. A Hamlet north of the southern resort of Luxor, where they strangled, beheaded and dismembered the woman police said.

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They said the woman was pregnant Hassan and sumeria his brother were detained for questioning and admitted their crime.

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Now the origin of this tradition can be found in ancient Egyptian mythology concerning the goddess Isis. According to Pharaonic myths, Seth, that's the God of the desert, desire to marry his sister, ISIS was the goddess of fertility, so much so that he killed their husband Osiris in order to marry her. However, ISIS refused to marry Seth, and hid her son Horus until he came of age and revenge his father's death by killing his uncle Seth. The Cult of ISIS began in Lower Egypt and spread throughout the whole country. prohibiting women widows from remarriage is fundamentally against Islamic teachings, which encourages marriage of widows and divorcees. In fact, most of Prophet

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Muhammad SAW salons wives were widows.

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Moving on to the fourth principle of even a call with regards to applying the Divine Names.

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Having fear where there is a warning

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since it is Al mobian, who clarifies for us what is right and what is wrong. We shouldn't look at sins in terms of their sites, that is smaller ones really don't count.

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Rather we should consider the one whom we are sinning against. So behind Allah, we should ask Allah mobians sincerely to help us recognize our sins as sins, so that we are able to quickly repent from them and set our lives back on the straight path. I should report it that the Messenger of Allah said to her, yeah, Ayesha Yaki, Maha karate, amen. For in Allah min Allah he thought about, Oh, I should beware of seemingly insignificant bad deeds. For verily they have a pursuer from Allah. Following that. The angel on the left who records evil deeds will record all our sins, no matter how insignificant they might seem to us since our sins and they will come back to haunt us long after we

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have forgotten about them.

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It is a huge mistake to think that any sin is too insignificant, too harmless, or too trivial to be recorded against us. Besides the fact that no sin is too small to be recorded against us, meaning that we will have to answer for them. The other danger is that they will accumulate and eventually overpower us. What we thought were small minor sins, when piled up will become large, major character changing since those of us engaged in major sins today can look back to a time in the past when they began

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At that time, they were likely very minor and mostly infrequent. But in time they became more and more frequent and more and more serious until they became our dark side and evil part of our character unknown to most people around us, but which on the day of judgment will most likely drag us into *.

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And as evening Malik Abdullah bin Massoud and Saha live inside quoted the promises alum as given an illustration of this point, he said beware of the minor sense er como Maha carotid zoo,

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which are often thought of as insignificant for their like a group of people who stopped in the bottom of a valley, one of them brought a stick and another brought another stick, until they had gathered enough to cook their food. If people are called to account for these minor sins, they will destroy them.

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But Subhana Allah, Allah is so merciful and forgiving, that if people sincerely repent from their accumulated sins and abandon them, they will be forgiven, and they will not be punished for that, even in this world, or in the here after. Hence the promises that I made said at that ableman allambie command ladon Bella, the one who repents from sin is like one who did not seem at all a mama No, it said, scholars are agreed that repentance is accepted as long as the death rattle has not reached the throat, as stated in heavy. However, there are three essential acts of repentance. The person must give up doesn't regret doing it and resolve not to go back to it.

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One of the ways a lot and will be in clarifies the straight path with switches is by warning us about the hurdles, pitfalls, and the enemies blocking our way for which and for whom we should be prepared. Allah says

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Allah Azza tiberiu Duarte shade bot in the hula comb, I do one movie.

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Do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Indeed he is your clear movie in enemy.

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Verse 162.

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Allah has made it abundantly clear that the arch enemy of humankind as the jinn is Satan. He called him the movie enemy, the clear and open enemy.

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However, Allah the Most Merciful did not leave his warning at that. A lot will be in exposed Satan's plans and strategies for us in order that we would be prepared to face him and to overcome them. Satan's strategy is based on both long term and short term goals, which needs to be quite clearly understood if we as human beings are to effectively defeating

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the long term goal Satan has one basic long term goal. His ultimate ambition is to see humans and the jinn thrown into the Hellfire and prevented from entering paradise. A lot of moving, remove the veils of deception and exposed a blaze his plan saying in the Maya drew his bow Leah Punahou men as hobby side. The only summons is faction to be people of the flaming fire.

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Satan his long term goal for all his followers, from among the jinn and humans is clearly spelled out in the Quran, in no uncertain terms.

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Having sealed his own faith, by defiantly refusing to bow before either a police arrogantly defended his disobedience by insisting that he was superior to Adam, due to his fiery origins. Instead of admitting his error, turning back to Allah and repentance, he belittled Adams clay origins blame the law for his misguidance and arrogantly promised to misguide the majority of humans and the jinn.

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Satan said, because you have put me in error. Probably my attorney,

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I will surely lie

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In wait for them, all of humankind, on your straight path

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in terms of short term goals, in order to achieve this long term goal, Satan has set for himself a series of short term goals, like rungs on a ladder in order to gradually push people off the cliff.

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However, his basic strategy is to begin by trapping people in the greatest sense, failing that he focuses on the next most serious sins, and so on and so forth.

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So first level is this belief and idolatry. Without a doubt, the greatest sin in God's sight is idolatry or shirk, worshipping others besides or along with the law. And mobian has stated this in no uncertain terms in the Koran as follows. And Allah liab federal I use sruc A be way further my doula Danica de Maya. Indeed a law does not forgive association of God's with him, but he forgives sins less than that, for whom ever he will, certainly cybers 48

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consequently, Satan first focuses on tricking people into worshipping idols or other human beings and Gen beings as Gods besides or along with a law. Basically, Satan encourages people to disbelieve in Allah and this obey his commands, and then he abandons them once they do so.

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That that is on the day of judgment when people try to blame him for their misguidance he will claim innocence from their sins, He will defend himself saying he did not force us to disbelieve, he merely invited us and we responded on all our own our own coalition. Allah describe the scenario saying,

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like the example of Satan, will tell people to disbelieve, but when they disbelief, he says, indeed, I'm innocent of what you did.

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In the berry, mink.

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Of course, Satan and his troops today don't actually invite people openly to idolatry, as people could easily recognize and resist what is obviously false with instead, their main and most powerful strategy is to disguise idolatry in a variety of different and attractive forms and designs.

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This is the main methodology used by Satan in the past, making falsehood appear attractive

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as well as in the present to mislead humankind and jinka.

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He makes false would appear to be truth, and it makes truth appear to be false with

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Emily said, Lord, because you misled me, I will surely make falsehood and disobedience attractive to them on earth, and I will mislead all of them. So our hedger verse 39. This strategy can clearly be seen in Satan's naming the one tree in the garden, which was forbidden to Adam and Eve. He named it what the tree of everlasting life in order to make eating from it appealing to them. Alia Adam, I do look at Allah saturating hold, well, moonkin lie you lie, oh, blah. Satan whispered to him, saying, oh, Adam,

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can I show you the tree of immortality

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and they dominion, which will never diminish. Adam had not even thought about death, nor the ending of his and Eve's dominion over paradise. So immortality and the perpetual Dominion were not his on his or Eve's mine.

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So Satan introduced to them, both the fear of death and the loss of dominion, which he and Eve enjoyed.

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Once these two fears entered their hearts, Satan had the immediate solution for them, eating the forbidden fruit, which would give them both what they

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desired, so he and Eve ate and were expelled from the garden for their sin of disobedience. However, their remorse and subsequent repentance saved them from eternal damnation along with Satan and his dedicated followers.

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constantly tries to make humans and the jinn love

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falsehood and dislike truth

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until they become addicted to doing evil deeds and turning away from the truth becomes natural for them, as Satan himself strikingly challenged the Lord with doing

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this is an exceedingly dangerous path. For a falsehood is made to appear attractive to a person, he or she will pursue it with all their energy and strength to achieve what they perceive to be good, even if it will ultimately lead to their own destruction.

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Another classical example of this successful evil strategy was described by Prophet Mohammed Salim in vivid detail in his explanation of how idol worship and polytheism first found their way among humankind. After many generations of monotheism beginning with Prophet Adam, the prophet SAW silence companion related the historical event to us in their explanation of verse 23 of surah Noor, where a lot of describe the reaction of Prophet Norse people when he invited them to return to the worship of only one God.

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They said to each other Latin, Alia taco,

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do not give up your idols do not give up word. So are Noria, Ruth

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and NASA. Even Abbas and Mohamed El Pais both explained that these were idols of noise nation, which in time ended up amongst the Arabs, what became the tribal god of the caliber tribe? So I was adopted by them, or they try it. Yeah, who's by the potato tribe? Yeah, oh, by the Hamden tribe, and Nasir became the God of zoom color plan of the doodle color clan, of the Himalaya. Yemenite tribe.

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These idols were named after some righteous men from noise people. When these righteous men died, Satan inspired the people to make statues of them bearing their names. These statues were placed in their favorite meeting places as reminders of their righteousness, and no one of that generation worship them. However, when the generation died off, and the purpose of the statues were for forgotten, Satan returned to their descendants, and told them that their predecessors used to worship the statues. Because it was due to them that it rained, the descendants fell off, the descendants fell for the trick, and began to worship them as idols, and subsequent generations

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continued to worship.

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The commentary on this verse given by these two illustrious companions of the prophets, Allah paints a clear picture of the process by which idolatry and polytheism found its way into the pure monotheistic system of beliefs held by our ancestors. It identifies the historical origin of ancestor worship. Also, it explains why Islam is so firmly opposed to the depiction of human and animal forms and statues and paintings.

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Permission prohibition of images can also be found among the 10 commandments given to Moses and recorded in the Old Testament,

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where it says, You shall not make for yourself a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in the heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.

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early Christianity maintain this attitude until an infusion of Greco Roman thought. Farley distorted prophet Jesus's teachings, making him God incarnate. This change produced the rash of statue making, in which martyrs saints have

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apostles marry Jesus and even God Himself were depicted

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the second

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stage or strategy, or level

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used by the satanic forces, causing people to make innovation.

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If Satan cannot involve a person in disbelief and sin, He moves down the ladder to the next route round. The round of innovations and Harris's Eman sufian authority, stated heresy is even more beloved to Satan than sins. Because one may repent from sin, but not from innovation. This is because heresies involve disobedience of a law, as well as the firm belief that the person is doing something good.

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This is a very dangerous combination, as it often becomes extremely difficult for a person to give up the innovation.

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In spiritual matters, innovation, using attractive language, philosophy.

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everything is an outer me has an outer meaning and an inner meaning the Sharia and telecom and practices like Vicar dancing, woolen garments, monasticism, self flagellation of the Shiites, amulets, the marmalade, etc. These became routes for convincing people to do acts of disobedience in the name of getting closer to Allah. Innovation often led groups to splintering off from mainstream Islam and forming their own religions. As in the case of the hawala Ridge, Shiites, the Alawis parameter and various branches of Sufism.

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Some branches of Sufi

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the third level, causing people to commit sins. If Satan is unable to lead a believer into idolatry or disbelief, or innovation in religion, he does not despair. Instead, he patiently moves down to the next rung on the ladder to his next strategy of misguidance and is satisfied with sins that are less than shirk, such as major sins and disobedience to Allah. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, Indeed, Satan has despaired that he should ever be worshipped again in this land of yours, but he will be obeyed. In some of your actions that you consider small, you will be pleased by that.

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One method

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in our lives level is to give forbidden things attractive names,

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as in the case of Satan, tricking Adam.

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Among the main methods of deception used by Satan on this level, is making evil appear attractive by labeling evil actions with names that are pleasing to human to the human psyche, in order to entice humans to eagerly eagerly take part in that.

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In this way, he dupes human beings into making the Haram halal, the forbidden, permissible. This strategy can also be clearly seen in Satan's naming. The one tree in the garden which was forbidden to Adam, the tree of everlasting life, Allah had not given the tree any name, as far as we know. He only informed Adam and Eve that they were not to eat from that one and only tree among the trees of the God

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given time, a 14th century Syrian scholar noted that Satan

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and his followers inherited from him the practice of using names that are loved by the soul for forbidden acts and objects. In our time, for example, alcohol is called spirits.

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Riba is called interest and profit. Various forms of *, past and present are called Art, freedom of expression.

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homosexuals are called gay. * is called * tourism, fornication and adultery is called Making love and prostitutes and now called * workers, etc.

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The fourth

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Is that of blocking people from obeying Allah?

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If Satan fails

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the call of people to this to disbelief, idolatry and evil deeds, innovation, etc. He moves down to the next rung on the ladder and focuses on trying to block the way to any good deed.

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There is no path of goodness that humans in the gym may follow, except that he lies in weight on the path and tries to block it, or tries to make them give it up.

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The prophet SAW Selim described this strategy in detail, in a narration conveyed to us by Sabra even Abby faqih,

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in which he quoted the prophets as elements saying, Satan lies in wait on the paths of the children of Adam. And he lies in wait on the path of Islam saying, when you embrace Islam, and leave the religion of your grandfather's

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if the man disobeys him, and becomes a Muslim, Satan then lies in wait on the path of Indra. And he says Will you migrate and leave your native land?

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The migrant is like a horse on a long rope.

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If he disobeys him and migrates for the sake of Allah, Satan then lies on the path of jihad, and says, will you engage in Jihad and strive for yourself in your wealth, fight and be killed.

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So your wives will marry others and your wealth will be distributed.

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If he disobeys him and makes jihad, he has the divine right to enterprise, and whoever is killed, has the divine right to enter Paradise. This idea is a further elaboration on the laws direct quote of Satan, threatening humankind's misguidance in the black.

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In surah, louder off verses 16 and 17. He said, now because you have sent me a straight is blaming Allah for his misguidance Indeed, I will lurk in ambush for them on your straight path, then I will attack them from their front from behind them, and from the right sides and from the left side, and you will not find most of them beautiful to you.

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ruining acts of worship is the fifth level of

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Satan strategy to misguide human beings and the jinn.

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If Satan is unable to block our paths to accept obedience, then he and his troops will do their best to ruin whatever active obedience or worship we perform, in order to cancel any reward for the good deed. A companion came to the prophet SAW said I'm a nasty

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Satan always comes between me and my prayer. And between my recitation of the Quran and confuses me, the prophet SAW Selim replied, that is a devil called Kinsey, or hinze up if you feel that occurring to you seek refuge in Allah from him and blow to your left side three times.

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The companion said he did so and a lot took that devil away from him.

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When a person begins his prayer Satan comes to him and whispers to him and makes his mind busy with affairs of this life rather than obedience to Allah wa sallam said, when the call to prayer is finished, he returns and comes between the person and the soul saying to him, remember this and remember that which the man did not think of before the prayer, until he does not know how much he actually prayed.

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Satan also encourages people to walk in front of those who are praying in order to disturb their prayers. The messenger sallallahu Sallam said, If anyone of you passes toward,

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if any one of you prays towards something that screens in from the people and someone wants to pass directly in front of you, let him push him back. If he insists, then fight him for is nothing but a devil.

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That is the one who was making him do so is the devil mentioned in the hadith of Ibn Omar, where he said, for he has the jinn come

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panion carrying with him

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This is also why the province Arsalan pointed his finger and sometimes moved it while sitting for Tushar during all of his prayers, and said that it was stronger against Satan than iron. It alerts those walking in the mosque to avoid walking directly in front of that is between the one who's praying his knees, and the place of sujood or his feet and the place of sudo. So that someone while they're praying in their formal prayers would not be disturbed.

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We should treat Satan as our enemy and use ours. That is I would be lying in a shape on the regime, to say it regularly, as the process allow advisors to use it in terms of anger, doubts and fear, etc.

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With that, we close our session,

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session 42 B,

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and color law using the name I will move in

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all I am ob we know that you are the clear and manifest truth. enable us to follow your clear signs and messages in the Quran and the Sunnah, and increase our knowledge of the

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Yama moving, make us aware of our enemies and protect us from them. Yeah, Allah make the way to your pleasure,

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crystal clear for us by granting us the ability to always differentiate between right and wrong and to act upon it. And

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so that's why they come to my Cobra cat

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will now return to our third section of our session

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which is that of

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our questions and answers.

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The first of the questions from our students from kosamba Zubair is the Hadith you mentioned about following the rightly guided caliphs. Authentic there are people who deny it.

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What does it mean to follow their way?

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This will not.

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Yes, the Hadith is authentic, there are a number of narrations of it.

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And what is meant is that their way of following Prophet Muhammad wa sallam we should follow.

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Now that they are introducing new ways, they are following Prophet Mohammed salah and they do so

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the way that they did so is elaborating on the Sunnah of the Prophet Salam. So, as such, they should be followed before righteous caliphs and those included with them like

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the Caliph Omar Abdulaziz and also

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We follow their way

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as the conveyance of listen now, toward us, to us.

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They are the ones who convey that they're the ones who established it on a country

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Empire wise level.

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So naturally

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there example

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having based it on

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the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, Allah becomes the next best example to us. And that's why the prophet SAW sentiment said the best generation is his generation.

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The Sahaba the generation of the Sahaba and on them, the rightly guided caliphs are a dad

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Second question is from Oh, asthma, is it alright to take out Zika after one year, but instead of giving it away all at once giving it out over some months?

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It is possible. I mean, if you can give it all at once, that's good and best

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and if it is more effective in giving it over a period

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that is also acceptable, because you have given visakha

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obey the law,

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a hunger.

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Can we listen to Quranic recitation? If we're not in a state of Voodoo? Absolutely, yes.

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Just named Mohammed in your book about the exorcist traditions. It is mentioned that alcom truffles is a cure for the evil lies is quoting Prophet Muhammad, Salah

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is also a cure for eye problems as some have understood it to be or is it also a cure for eye problems as some have understood it to be?

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Allah knows best.

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Those who use it as a cure for eye problems. If it does cure eye problems, then it as that means meaning also.

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Ibrahim Adam asks,

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How do I make dua Mr. hora, this was explained in detail a number of sessions back

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do I make it doing sujood or after

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you make two units of prayer, which are not fard prayers.

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And after completing the two units of prayer, then you make the DA of the Hara.

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That's after test leads.

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Abraham Adam also asks,

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I need one on one counseling on marriage. How do I get advice from you shares? Well, my advice is for you to ask the people in your locale. The scholars who are

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leading scholars they're

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respected etc.

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I'm not doing marriage counseling and if I open that door, I will not be able to do anything else.

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Question number six Should we listen to Islamic lectures of Imran Hussain and how does the use of

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lectures which are

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good and following the sooner

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one can listen to

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lectures which contain misinformation etc. Then, those lectures one should avoid

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zieve would

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I heard we're not allowed to eat meat with milk?

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Is this a hadith Sahih or not? It is not. There is no such Hadith. You can eat milk meat and drink milk or cook meat and milk or whatever you want to do with milk and meat.

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Baby Selma is my asks, in our culture, the women have to provide the house items and some parents give to their daughters as a gift.

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What does Islam say about this?

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Well if they have to provide

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then this is good.

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If they wish to provide then it is fine.

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This is permissible giving gifts is permissible.

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But once it becomes have to

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they're obliged

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To, then that is innovation. That's not from Islam,

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from our Instagram,

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students, how to avoid bad habits.

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How to avoid bad habits?

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one has to look at

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where the habit comes from.

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And it comes initially from thought,

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some idea comes to your mind, that's how it begins, as a thought could have been put in your head, from satanic forces around you

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are something you saw something you read something you heard, etc,

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it comes into your head,

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if you're able to

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dispel it,

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negate it right from the time that it is a thought, then that saves you a lot of problems later on.

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But if you didn't,

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and it became a thought that you mulled over,

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now it becomes an idea.

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And you start to make plans to do it. Still, again, you should try to dispel it, push it aside, rejected at that stage, because still, it's a lot easier than then later.

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If you're not able,

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it becomes a you're not held accountable. As long as it remains in this stage, you're not talking about it or acting on it, you're not tell accountable, then from there, it now turns into an action

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when you decide to actually act upon it

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or speak on it. The speaking may proceed action of speaking precedes action, then you tried to stop speaking about it,

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catch yourself and don't talk to anybody about it.

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But if it goes from speaking or skip skip speaking goes straight into action, then, again, this is the first stage of that sin.

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And if you're able to catch it at that stage, repent from it, make the intention not to repeat it, then it's much easier than what follows. Of course, the repeated sin now starts to turn into a habit and that is the greatest challenge

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that we have in terms of breaking our bad habits.

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Now, there are many many ways by which one can attempt to break bad habits.

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And it will depend on the habits what is involved in the habit so I can't really give advice as to how to break your bad habits. Other than say

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that if you try to be around good people as much as possible, where you would feel the shame

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to do these bad habits that will help to reduce the frequency and as much as you can reduce the frequency the better chance you have to overcome it.

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And of course, make dua ask the laws help to take it out of your heart to take it away from you.

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So, these are some basic steps

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and there are many more scholars like in our time have

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gone into this in detail. I would suggest you

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Google even alcoholism

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and breaking bad habits

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and inshallah you will get a lot more information

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question from our

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YouTube students.

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How does one deal with a parent and family friends?

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angry over one's decision to divorce.

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So these are very general questions. And oftentimes

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they depend on the circumstance.

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It may vary from circumstance to circumstance.

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And here we are in a

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marriage problems.

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I'm not a marriage.

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But I will say that

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if one's reasons are legitimate,

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then you get the help of your relatives who recognize

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its legitimacy for the help of the local Imam, or local scholar, who can speak on your behalf to quieten down your family's family friends, were upset with your decision

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but know ultimately, that

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you have the right to make this decision.

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if Allah is pleased with you,

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then it doesn't matter if the whole world is angry at you.

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But if the if the whole world is happy with you, and Allah is displeased with you know that you have lost out.

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assay for sharp nine asks Do I Falak and Diana's

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are for protection from evil.

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Black magic?

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Well, you may even surah follow up and surah mass

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for How many times should one read

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to get rid of black magic and Eli? Well, there's no set amount of times you do it

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until it is removed.

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But you should do it with reflection.

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putting your full trust in Allah,

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believing that

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he can cure you through

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the recitation of these last two chapters of the Quran.

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As Prophet Muhammad Salah was cured,

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and others throughout history have been cured.

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Ali Faisal Faisal Ali, shaking hands with non maharam is haram.

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But he also caught it says it's only my crew,

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but not

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showed his anger about it.

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They also showed his anger about many things. And they were not.

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as far as I know,

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touching a woman

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who is not to another man from for his hot up.

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That's the bottom line.

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I don't know about browsers. I'm not showing anger.

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There's some narration of this type.

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I will happily look at it.

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all I know is that as a general principle, it's not permissible for a man to touch a woman or a woman to touch a man

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who they don't have a maharam relationship between them.

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Moosa Barner

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what's the rules on fatty

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do respond silent or

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in congregation after the about or aloud.

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CONGREGATION after the mouth.

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It shouldn't be recited aloud

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while the mom is reciting

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after the mom finishes

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one, if he leaves a gap, which actually is not from the Sunnah, one may recited that.

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the recitation of the Imam

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suffices as recitation for those following.

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They follow him mentally, as he recites so they're reciting it in their minds along with him.

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So that is sufficient.

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Question, what are the best ways to repent? How do we clean the blackness of our hearts to make it pure?

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That's a whole

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lecture. And in fact, I went into the

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principles of repentance in our previous names.

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So if you go through the names, inshallah, you will find it.

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I will body so Todd Amir, in our country, the word the job, the worldly jobs, they will soon become an official holiday. And this bidda sukra.

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Well, the point is that

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this is

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in solidarity and in defense of the rights of Muslim women globally, to wear hijab

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where it's being blocked and

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in a number of countries.

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So, if this helps to bring awareness, awareness of the hijab, in one country, or in one area,

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there is no harm

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in my view, regarding it,

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if it were on a different day, each year, you know the shoe bohart, or doubts about it, but more easily be removed. But as it's a fixed day, it becomes a fixed day.

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A day of recognition, reflection, etc.

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Insha Allah,

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we ask Allah to forgive us if it is, in fact, displeasing to him. But if it is not, then the Ask lottery will reward us for it. But isn't displeasing to him that may be shown to be made clear to us one way or another, but just as an opinion,

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a personal opinion

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as long as

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it doesn't take on a religious character.

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Meaning that we make it a religious act.

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it's no more

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This allowed than graduation every year of students from a university on the same day.

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Hawaii say

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is makeup para. know

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if not Warren for your husband, but in public.

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Now, Sam doesn't forbid

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Also our false I guess eyelashes around

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this is an area we know wigs are haraam

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eyelashes are they the same as wigs

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This is

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all those bests

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the lashes are synthetic how our ads

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I would just say that you know

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though it's not a week

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whether if you make a wig from synthetic here and wear it it's still how long

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whether it is real here or synthetic here, it's still at all

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unless it is

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another color altogether which nobody thinks is your hair etc ribbons that you put in your hair or you may prepare etc. And then this is permissible.

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But the

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false eyelashes

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seem to be similar to

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So I would avoid I would advise people to avoid it.

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question do you have to read Santa?

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The beginning of every two records of dadgad

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not sure what they mean by Salah

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Sorry, it's not clear to me.

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Now face maybe smile as what is meant by property in Islam.

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Whatever people own

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is their property.

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Whether it's a house, a car, its land

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throught produce that cha

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and the question from

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Instagram students.

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Oh, then we'll close.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato subhanak along with Ambika shadow, Elana and let's talk fluka

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pathological fear Melinda

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