In the Names of Allah – 52b – al-Awwal Part 2

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The transcript discusses the importance of adopting the Divine Name and following the five pillars of Islam, including regular prayer, missed prayer, regular regular prayer, and regular back and forth. The importance of keeping up with spiritual processes and avoiding fear and desire for rewards is emphasized. The shia Teddy's rule of being a glory from God is discussed, along with the importance of belief in charms and amulets. The transcript also touches on false statements and the use of the word "other" and the belief that evil people are the first and only ones who can control things.

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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We'd like to welcome you

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to the second part

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of our session

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on the names of a law

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in particular, the name and a wall.

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And as usual,

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we will be taking our

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sharing our greetings with

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our students and those who are visitors etc.

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Before starting up the session,

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which is session 50 to be

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the first

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who greeted us is Hamza and Dell

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while they come Salaam from Grenada

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rasheeda Abdul Rashid

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was currently suffering from COVID but she is attending our class. We ask a lot to make her suffering light purification for her and bring her out of it far better. Then, when she entered.

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We pray that Allah

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is merciful

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and protects you

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and your family

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zydus Shah why they come Salaam

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aka bass mill

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will ask that we give prayers for Afghanistan.

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May Allah protect, advanced and protect the people of Afghanistan

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and put wisdom

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and patience

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in the minds of the Taliban.

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We're on the verge of recapturing ronstan

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pray that

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the people would be protected from their extremes

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and that a middle path

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Islamic state would come out of the struggle.

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Faisal Ali walaikum salam

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Baraka la pecan

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Sharla will be able to finish the book.

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By the end of the year.

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Faisal expressed his eagerness to have the book in his hands.

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Marni Asya

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from Indonesia sensor Greetings waalaikumsalam sister Marnie.

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mod Mike Jody.

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Census greetings from Brookings, South Dakota.

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The first person I've heard up from South Dakota Muslim

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Mashallah nice to know there are Muslims everywhere.

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praiseworthy mentions that this is a beautiful series and it brings them closer to Allah subhanaw taala Allah

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accept your do as

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Bless you and your family, Yasmina smile from South Africa send Salaam Alaikum Salaam

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have the right man from Montreal, Canada. He sends his alarms or they come sit down instead of Ali

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sends since

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I think it's her salons,

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why they come salon

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from India senses salaams

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Baraka ma Pico

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alaikum Salaam

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and Anwar Hussain from Bangladesh census alarms Polycom Salaam to you also

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will now shift to our main session

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in which we'll be looking at

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session 42 b

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the beginning

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name number 75 continued Part Two

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with a brief reintroduction chronically granik location our world the Divine Name is found only in one place in the brand In Surah Al Hadid

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verse three

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well our will are here for via Walmart in what we commonly say in alim is the first and the last, the outer and the inner. And he has knowledge of all things

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in terms of meaning, and our will,

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is on the pattern of

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comes from the tribe literal route Hamza? Wow, lamb.

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And our loon is it's verbal now.

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It has three main meanings. The first is to be the first

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to be before the second is to come back to or to return. The third basic meaning is to be foremost.

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The Divine Name of our world is only mentioned once in the Quran, its root appears some 170 times in four derived forms. linguistically allowable means the one who advances or proceeds others, according to the grammarian as Judge.

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The first notice of Allah and owl means the one whose existence has no beginning according to Mr. malbay happy.

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Herrera quoted the promise of salami supplicating prior to sleep saying Allahumma Antal our fillet sakam la cache, Allah you are the first and there is nothing before you.

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Relative to Allah being an owl means that he is the first before whom nothing existed.

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He is the one who existed before everything else. That is why he is the first

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Bobby mentioned he is the one who is existence does not have a beginning,

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moronic now for saying he brought to the process lm as reiterating a loss Aurelia Walia, or his firstness his state of being the first saying can allow while lamea can shape one way arrow

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is pointing the prophets. I saw them saying that a lot was and there was nothing besides Him.

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In terms of application, according to me, but thoughts for principals in the previous session, we completed part one of session 52 which is the name allow us we're still dealing with now.

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And in it we covered the linguistic aspects of the name in detail.

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And the most

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we've covered most of the first principle of Eben ba Paul,

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first of his four principles for adopting and applying the Beautiful Names of Allah

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which was suggested by this and the Lucien scholar from

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On the 11th century,

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his full name is Imam Ali even half. Even Bob thought

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he died in 1057 c from Cordova.

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And he did

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one of the earliest commentaries on Sahih al Bukhari, which the very famous commentary and fatcat full body depended on took a lot of information from

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in part two of session 52.

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We will complete

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principle one, as well as the remaining three principles outlined by even Bob Bob.

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So, Principle number one, as we said was to adopt where applicable.

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As we said, in part A,

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the Divine Name of our may be adopted and applied in two basic ways.

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The first is to make a law number one in our lives. And the second is to strive to be number one in our own lives.

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In our previous session, we focused on

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making a lot number one in our lives. And this session, we will continue looking at how we can make ourselves number one,

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we should strive to become number one in what is most important, which is none other than being number one in righteousness.

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We should strive our utmost to be foremost in adhering to a laws, commands, and foremost in eagerness to increase our rewards. Like you saw your own Effie and higher art, we're homeless.

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Those are the ones who compete with Allah, and with others, those are the ones who compete with others and good things. And they will be the first to get them. So minuman 2361, hula, aka usara owner fill hire out or homeless Sadie for

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those other ones. And that's what we should be

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among those ones, who compete with others in good things. Now we are competing for everything else, but what is really and truly good.

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And if we succeed in doing that, we will be the first to get them to get the good that we have thought.

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There is on time, because number one is prayer. The first thing that we'll be asked about, on the day of judgment is Salah.

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And we have to keep in mind that

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the way in which

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the deeds are asked about when we look at the five pillars of Islam, we start off with

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the Shahada time

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after that is Salam. So after the Shahada time, if it's acceptable, that we were in fact sincere, then the first acts that were physical acts, because of course, even the Shahada time is an act, but it's a spiritual act, more so than it is physical.

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But the point is that Allah asks about Salah,

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then he will ask about Zakah and he will ask about trusting and he will ask about hedge.

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But the point is that

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how we do in each of these five pillars

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is not added all together, and then divided by five. And that gives us an overall mark. I mean, that's what we do in school, universities, etc. We work on our marks in this way. But in this case, as the prompts are explained to us, if we fail in the Shahada time, but we prayed regularly, we did all the other things

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lost out we have failed.

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If we passed the Shahada turn

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our declaration of faith and we

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fail Salah we found it's not that Salah Okay, you know we can make up for weaknesses in salons aka we give as a chi we did

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Fast No, no. If we fail to live, it's all over.

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So Salah, the process and I'm stressed, should be on time. The effects of tawheed through the Divine Name and owl, becomes particularly evident in the believers efforts to regularly make their daily prayers in the beginning of its time

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follower narrated that the Messenger of Allah was once asked,

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you will automatically have follow Paula, as Salatu fee hourly work to

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some narrations It was a Salatu Allah walk

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which are the best deeds.

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The prophet SAW, Selim replied, making the formal prayer that is this Salawat does do is also an English

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translated as prayer. So it's making the formal prayer at the beginning of its time period, not later, and later and later, till we miss it and try to stick it together with the next prayer. And

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some people even end up praying all five prayers before they go to bed at night.

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But they figured that well, I made my five times daily prayer.

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But in the sight of a lot, this is not

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formal prayer at the beginning of its time period ensures that our obligatory formal prayers are not missed. That's the whole point. Doing it at the beginning of the time as soon as it comes in. Because it's easy for us to get distracted. shavon is busy, the world is pulling at us.

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So praying late regular regularly develops the habit of prayer laziness, which often leads to speedy mind less ritual prayers at the end of the time period.

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ragosa salaam told us to repeat such prayers, as they have no value at all.

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relate to that on one occasion, Allah His Messenger entered the masjid and a person entered shortly after him. The man prayed and went over to the province of Solomon greeted the browser seldom returned the greeting, and then said to him, go back and pray again. For you didn't pray.

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The man went back and prayed in the same way as before, returned and greeted the prophets, Allah will again told him, go back and pray for you didn't pray.

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This happened thrice. The man then finally said, by Him who sent you with the truth. That's a lot. I cannot offer the prayer in a better way than this. Please teach me how to pray. This is what the Allah wanted

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through the prophets of Salaam for this man to learn how to brace is there enough? No, we say the fact that he was ready to accept I just don't know how to bring. So Teach me.

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So all the promises that alum said to him, when you stand up for prayer, say takbeer that's a long word word. Allah is the Greatest and then recite from the plan of what you know by heart.

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Of course, that's after the fact.

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And then bow until you feel addressed. I should mention the if all you knew was the Fatiha, then that's enough.

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You've done what you could

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you know a lot only holds you accountable, based on your ability

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to say then bow until you feel at rest.

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That is your body pauses. When you stand up, you stand up. When you bow you bow pausing in both positions. And similarly, straighten back up again and pause.

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Then you prostrate pausing

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then you sit up from your prostration pausing, right so it doesn't become standing up, bowing and prostrating and standing up again. So it's all

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one fluid motion. No. This is not calisthenics, it's not exercise. It's not yoga, or karate or anything else. No, it's prayer.

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So each action, once it's completed in its form, should be followed by a pause. That pause is there for you to make,

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do our remembrance of Allah reflection, etc.

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And the prophet SAW Salem taught us a variety of additional prayers to make in all of these positions. And we should do what we can of them. But at least our prayers should be calm. That is what is befitting in the prayer that we pause, we rest in each position.

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making ourselves first.

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We do so by catching the first line of the congregational prayers.

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It will also be evident to the believers eagerness to be in the first line of the formal prayers in the mosques. To catch that first back there. Abu huraira quoted the prophets Allah saying, if people knew the excellence of reciting the advan, and the prayer in the first row, and that they couldn't get these opportunities, except by drawing lots, they would definitely have done that. And if they knew the excellence of joining the prayer, from the first deck beer of the prayer, they would have been the first to do it.

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In terms of setting up the rows, the right side of the roll is favored over the left.

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So when we're filling the rows, the mom stands in the middle,

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then the the roll starts immediately behind him. And then on the right side, once that's full, then the left side that is the way of the preferred preferred way of filling the role. If you did it, spreading out from both sides, it's also permissible, but

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the competitiveness of the believers

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would extend to filling the right side of each row because I Isha reported that on one occasion, the process element said in Allah or mala ekata, who you saw Luna, Allah miamians. So foof.

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Indeed, a line is angels Send blessings

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upon those on the right side of the prayer roles, that he doesn't send blessings on those on the left. But by specifying the right, it means that

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there is a greater reward.

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So it is preferable that people line up beginning from immediately behind the Ma'am, as I said, and then fill the right side of the road, then the left, then the next row, second row begins again at the beginning at the middle, fills on the right then again, fields on the left.

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As for those who believe that true worship, is what is done without seeking a reward,

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as it was attributed to rob via a ladder.

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That she said, addressing a law. I do not worship you out of fear of your fire, nor desiring your paradise, but only out of my love for you.

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Others following the implications of restatements went astray by scorning and looking down on those who worship out of fear of the fire, and design a lost paradise.

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Call them traders and business people in their dealings with a lot

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wouldn't give anything unless they got something in return.

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However, our lives praise those who worship him out of hope and fear for Hispanics.

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Fear of his Hellfire and love and hope for his paradise

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In the home, can we sorry Oh, and if you hire out via Drona, rather than what Ahava what can we learn our huashi indeed, they used to hasten to do good deeds and supplicate to me hope and fear. And they were humbly submissive to me.

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This is how our Lord described.

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The believers we we loved

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put them in a special position.

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So how Then, can we look down upon those who worship out of fear of the Hellfire

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and out of hope for paradise?

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Moving on to Principle number two, to confirm were unique and in aplicable

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We're first going to look at Sufi beliefs concerning the Aurelia of Prophet Muhammad says

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according to many Sophie's, nor is the first creation of Allah and all other things and beings were created from it.

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Or Hindi and even Adobe. Then the Lucien mystic

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was deviated, titled traditionally, by Sophie's as a chef Akbar, he elaborated on the concept that Muhammad wa sallam existed before creation.

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This is the doctrine of a nor al Mohammadi or the Mohammedan light.

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The light existed before creation and everything was created from it. The world is a manifestation of the light which was incarnated in Adam,

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the prophets and the top

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the head of the Sufi hierarchy of saints.

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in the lobby wrote,

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creation began with normal Hamlet. The Lord brought the newer from his own heart.

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Persian poet and Sufi theoretician 42, Dean otter.

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From the Trump century, he wrote, The origin of the soul is the absolute light and nothing else. That means it was the light of Muhammad, nothing else. So the belief that the prophet SAW Selim was eternal, or without beginning gives him the divine characteristic of being ever living, which is schicke. entirely the last mile was the fact

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that Shere Khan the unit unity of last names and attributes.

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This also forms a basic part of Christian belief in Jesus being God.

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Christian unity Trinitarian theologians built on a mythical figure from Jewish scriptures called Melchizedek.

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The New Testament Paul of Tarsus, the creator of Christianity, takes the figure of Melchizedek, king of Salem, from the Torah, in Genesis 14, verses 18 to 20. And gave us both Melchizedek and Jesus the divine attributes of having no beginning or end

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verse one,

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for this Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of the Most High God met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings

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and blessed him. And to him Abraham apportioned a 10th of everything

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is first by translation of his name, King of righteousness, then he is also king of Salem, that is king of peace.

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He is without father or mother or genealogy, and has neither beginning of days, nor end of life, but resembling the Son of God, he continues a priest forever.

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Five, so also Christ did not exalt himself to be made a high priest, but was appointed by him who said to him, Thou art my Son. Today I have gotten the

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as he says, also in another place, though art a priest forever

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After the order of Melchizedek

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on the other hand, the Shiites also attributed to their Imams, the our leader of eternity.

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This can easily be seen in the Shiite belief regarding Ali and the prophets origins in the laws light.

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And it ends with the claim that the world was created from the light of the Imams Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, his daughter Fatima, and the Imams are conceived of by the Shiites in their mystical dimension as being a light from God created before the creation of the material world.

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This light then became the cause and instrument for all the rest of creation.

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The following tradition is attributed to the Prophet Solomon Shiite Hadith, the Shia Teddy's classic Bihar, Al Anwar.

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Allah created alien me from one light before the creation of Adam. Then he split the light into two halves. And he created all things from my light, and Alice light.

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First, the mom and even Abby Talia, is quoted by the Shiites as saying and of course, we are Sunni Muslims don't believe

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these quotes,

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Allah is one, he was alone in his oneness. So he spoke one word, and it became a light.

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He created the light from the light, Mohammed,

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my descendants, that is the other Imams and me.

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Then he spoke another word and it became a spirits that he caused to settle upon the light.

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And he caused it to settle upon our bodies. And so we are the spirit of Allah and His Word. And this was before he created the creation.

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Such beliefs lay the foundation for the claim that the prophets Allah and Allah and Ali promises Allah and Ali are eternal, and without beginning, forever lies eternal without beginning, then his Word and His life must also be eternal. Therefore Allah, therefore my Muhammad, Ali and his descendants must also be eternal, since they were created from a laws Eternal Word and light.

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That's the conclusion.

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Consequently, the second principle of remember, even batal requires that believers must reject all claims in which the internal attribute is given to a loss features in order to preserve the basic concept of a loss attribute of being an hour. The eternal first.

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Principle number three,

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we have hope,

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where there is a promise.

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The Divine Name of owl contains a lost promise from eternity, that he has destined what is best for all of his creatures, from all aspects.

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partner. This divine promise invites us to be patient, and to put our full trust in Allah thrives on Salaam elaborated on this concept, saying, Be aware that if the whole of humankind gather together in order to do something to help you, they would only be able to do something for you, which Allah had already written for you. Likewise, if the whole of humankind gathered together to harm you,

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they would only be able to do something to harm you, which Allah had already written. What happened to the pens writing the Father.

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I've been lifted from the pages of destiny, and the ink has already dried.

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Less humans consume what humans conceive as good fortune and misfortune are merely events predestined by a law as part of the tests of this life.

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The incidence of our fellow of our in our lives, follow patterns set by law alone.

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Even within the good things of this life, there are severe tests of one's faith in Allah. Allah Most people tend to think of tests only internal

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Have losses.

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Allah warned us of the tests in gifts a blessing saying, yeah you already know amanu in nemen, as logical were our logical I do when lukan father room

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or believers, indeed your wives and children are enemies for you.

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So beware of them.

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So at the Robin, verse 14

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emnity enmity

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lies in the fact that in order to please them, we may end up displeasing along.

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In contrast, the way of the successful believers is that their love of Allah is always stronger.

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As Allah said, In surah, Al Baqarah verse 165,

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Amina nasci, Maya, Taka Domine, Dune inlay and dagger. You have buena home kaha Billa, Valentina amanu, a shed to hogben, Linda, yet they are among you.

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People will take for worship others as equals to Allah, loving them as they should love Allah. But those of faith, love Allah more than anyone or anything else.

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Likewise, in the distasteful events of this life, there lies tests, as a law said, The Naboo and Lacombe Shay in mental health jewelry were not the same middle and wildly well amphis what some art? Well, best * is slavery.

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Showing surely I will test you with fear, hunger, loss of wealth and life and the fruits of your work.

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So give glad tidings to those who are patient to Al Baqarah, verse 155.

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Sometimes the cause and effect patterns are easily recognizable. And sometimes they're not.

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As in the case when apparently good results come from evil events, or bad results come from good events. Allies explained that the wisdom behind these apparent irregularities is often beyond human immediate comprehension. Due to their limited scope of knowledge, the law said and so on Baqarah verse 216 was Tucker O'Shea and wahoo hydro laquan basa to help boo Shay and wahoo Shara La

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Perla We are number one to latonya Moon, it is possible that you dislike something that is really good for you.

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Or you may like something bad for you.

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But Allah knows what is best for you, and you don't know.

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Consequently, our realm of influence in the course of events which make up our lives is limited to mental choices between options presented to us.

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The ultimate results of these choices however, are not under our control.

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In other words, as is commonly said, Man proposes and God disposes.

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calamities are the foundation on which

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the higher spiritual quality of patients is developed.

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Though we tend to think that having a lot of problems and difficulties is bad.

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how we respond to the trial and that we face will determine whether they're actually bad or not. We are the ones who make that determination.

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Consequently, it is not surprising to find that the righteous are subject to many more tragedies and difficulties in their lives. Sad

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reported that he asked the police officer number who among humankind had the most trials and he replied

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the prophets then those most like them, and those most liked allambie some man um, fell, fell and fell.

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Humans are tested according to the levels of their faith.

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Their faith is firm, their trials increase in severity

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and if there is weakness in their faith

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They will be tried accordingly.

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The process remains is how do we know whether good or bad events in our lives our tests or punishments.

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Our responses to the events determine whether they are truly beneficial or merely punishments

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for responses are based on patience and gratitude, then they are all beneficial. But if our responses are impatience, despair, depression and in gratitude,

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then they were punishments.

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Those who respond to tests with impatience, despair and depression, and end up committing suicide are basically saying that God has burden them beyond their capacity. When a law has already said, Well, I can't live for long enough son in law with

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law you can live long enough son in law was a law does not burden any soul more than it can bear. So abakada verse eight to 86.

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They falsely accuse the creator of treating them unfairly and thereby fall into a corrupt state of disbelief

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due to their rejection of faith. their thoughts about God become evil and they fall into utter despair. Life as they often say, is so unfair. That it is pointless to even go on living. Allah describe them saying

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while I try to

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mirror Oceana in the whole lie as Mirage in LA he el El Carmen Cafu do not lose hope in the mercy of Allah.

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For no one loses hope in Allah's mercy except those with no faith.

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Consequently, Allah has informed humankind that the punishment for those who harbored evil thoughts about him is the eternal torment in hell.

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Allah said that he may punish the hypocrites, men and women and the isolators men and women who harbor evil thoughts about a law.

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You either Isabelle Monash Athena wollmann have a pot while mushnik kena well machete cat Azhar Nina belay, Vanessa, so

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an evil torment when a kapusta

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for a lie is angry with them and curses them and he has prepared hell for them, and evil and

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the Divine Name Allah well reminds the believers of laws many promises from eternity, the greatest of which is paradise.

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Furthermore, he has supported us, helped us and provided us with innumerable ways to get there

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is shown us through the profits and the righteous etc. A variety of different ways. It's not just one way.

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But in the end, the different ways share common characteristics.

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A lot of our divine promises of justice and mercy from infinity. Show the believers with sufficient hope and confidence for them to patiently face the difficulties of this life.

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Consequently, hope in the mercy of Allah is an essential part of faith.

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Those who believe in the law and patiently strive to do what is right, have the right to hope for his mercy. For he as promised to help and support those who are patient yandina amanu. sinew Sabri, was Salah, in the llama sabreen are believers seek help in patients and prayer. Truly Allah is with those who are patient to embark on a verse 153

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hope for Allah's mercy and blessings can only be realistically entertained. When patience is realized in our lives. Patients can only be achieved by hard psychological and emotional work. Nonetheless, it is attainable by any and everyone who makes the required effort. Alhamdulillah the prophet SAW Selim gave us the best methodology to do so.

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It is the practice makes perfect model, which he left behind for us. Based on his patients acquisition strategy. He was quoted as saying, Well, my suburb is a beautiful law, my arm will not tear apart upon hire on our Sam in a suburb. Whoever pretends to be patient, Allah will grant him or her patients, and no one has been given a greater gift, and more comprehensive than patients.

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No matter what our temperament may be,

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everyone can practice developing patience. Using this method, we can all pretend to be forbearing to the outside world, even if we have no patience on the inside. If we do it regularly with the intention of acquiring the habit, eventually it will become a part of our character. It does not involve a lot of effort, but it is a quality worth sacrificing our egos and our nerves for

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for those of us who believe that we already possessed this quality, we should realize that forbearance and patience is not when we let problems slide

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let them happen a couple of times. But when they happen for the third time, because we have built up so much rancor and anger inside ourselves, we explode.

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Many relationships get destroyed because of this type of momentary rage. Patience is consistent and continuous and not merely momentary.

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Moving on to Principle number four,

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having fear where there is a warning.

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Now the Divine Name of owl does not contain any direct warnings. However, the consequence of not making a lot of the first one, on whom we depend to shirk, it's the grave consequence, the only unforgivable sin. If prioritize is our goal, then we should be it should be our main focus.

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That is, everything we do should somehow be related to getting us to our goal.

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Otherwise, if we're unfocused or focused on the wrong goals, we will live miserable lives madly chasing the pump and glitter of this material life. dignified quote to the Bible, Solomon saying, Man candidate dunya Hama ferrata Allahu la camera. But Jana Fokker Ah, who by now beignet while I'm here at Mira, dunya, illa makuti Bella, whoever is focused only on this world. Allah will scatter his affairs and make him fair poverty constantly. And he will not get anything from this world except what was already decreed for him.

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woman can Attila Hara Miyata Jama Allahu Allahu amre. vagina Hey, no fee shall be attached with dunya. We are all Hema.

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But whoever is focused on the Hereafter, Allah will gather his or her affairs for them and make their hearts contented and worldly gains will be forced to come to them.

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From the most ancient times, people have falsely claimed access to hidden knowledge, which guarantees success in this world, and protection from failure and harm. We all want

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to find that right path where we're not harmed from anything. And and whatever we do is beneficial we gain from it.

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So there have always been people claiming that they could provide a way by which they would guarantee success

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and protect you from failure. The ignorant, innocent masses of humankind that flopped around those people, paying them huge sums to gain bits and pieces of this vital misinformation.

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Some of the methods contrived for averting misfortune became commonly accepted

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in different regions,

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and from when from it a thriving business. Out of making and selling Good luck charms became widespread virtually everywhere and in most societies around the world.

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For example, it was common, a common practice among the Arabs in the time of prophesied, solemn to wear arm bracelets, bangles, beaded necklaces, shells, etc. as charms to avert evil and bring good fortune.

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talismans and amulets can also be found in all regions of the earth, in a variety of different forms. However, faith in charms and amulets as well as talismans contradicts true belief in a law and a laws rubia His Lordship by attributing to created objects, the power to avert evil and bring good fortune. It also contradicts the last divine attribute of our Leah

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contained the divinely commanded writing of the universal other, prior to creation of everything.

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Islam opposed all the manifestations of such beliefs that appeared in Arabia during the time of the last prophet for live as Allah in order to establish a pure untainted Foundation, on the basis of which similar beliefs and practices would also be condemned and prohibited, whenever and wherever they would appear.

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Such beliefs in fact provide the ideological basis for idol worship. In most pagan societies. The charms themselves represent a branch of idolatry.

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This relationship can easily be seen in the Catholic branch of Christianity, or Prophet Jesus is deified. His mother Mary and the saints are worshipped, and pictures, statues and medallions with their images,

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containing the likeness of these individuals are kept and worn for good fortune.

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When people accepted Islam during the prophets asylums time they brought with them, some of their old beliefs and charms

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were collectively known these beliefs are collectively known as Tama and

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consequently, there are many recorded statements of the province of Solomon which is strictly forbade the use of such idolatrous religious objects. For example, Imran Hussain

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reported that on one occasion when the prophet SAW someone saw a brass bangle, on a man's upper arm, he said to him, will be to you what is this man replied that he was to protect him from a sickness called and why Hina

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rasa Salaam when not to say cast it off. For verily it would only increase your weakness in weakness, and if you died with it on, you would never succeed.

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Thus the wearing of copper brass or iron bracelets, bangles and rings by the sick, or the healthy in the belief that they will avert or cure sickness is strictly forbidden in Islam.

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such practices also fall under the prohibition against the treatment of illness. With Haram.

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haram cures will not bring about

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true cure the prophet SAW Selim said treat each other as sickness,

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but do not treat sicknesses with forbidden things. A Walker the Lacy also reported that when Allah's Messenger is set out for her name,

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her name

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is the location of the last major battle between the processor and the Arabian pagan tribes, which took place in the 10th year of the Hydra.

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So, in that 10th year, they set out the processors companions set out to do battle with these idolators

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on the way they pass by a tree called that one what I mean the pagans called it that to unweld literally means that which has things hanging on it. The idolater is used to hang their weapons on its branches for good fortune. So some of the Sahaba the companions of process alum who are new to Islam, they're new

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collards, they ask the process alum to designate a similar tree for them.

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The products are seldom replied so behind Allah. This is just like what the people of Moses said to him. He and Lana Isla and Kamala home earlier.

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God for us just like they're God's Torah Law Office 138

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in the Bronx I said I went on to say, by the one in rules hand rests my soul.

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You will all follow the paths of those before.

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This had the the bronze Isola not only rejected the concept of good luck charms, but he also prophesied that Muslims of later generations will imitate the idolatrous practices of the Christians and the Jews.

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They could be in common practice amongst Muslims imitate the rosaries of the Catholics which preceded them. The maolin celebration of the province on salams birthday, imitates Christmas of the Christians, which was done for hundreds of years before Islam

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or the final message of Islam. And they believe from among many Muslims in saints and their intercession is no different in principle from the blood found in Christianity. The prophecy has already come true.

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The prophet SAW solemn further emphasize the seriousness of wearing I'm in it. Bye evoking alas curse on those who do so. Talk about him and Amir.

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Go to the browser cinema saying on one occasion, may Allah cause failure on unrest to whoever wears a talisman or puts it on others.

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prophesize alums companions strictly follow these command

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and read, especially in regard to the charms and amulets. Consequently, there are many recorded statements in which they openly oppose such practices in the society, as well as among their families when ever they appeared. on Oprah reported that when the notable Companion of the prophet SAW solemn,

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once visited a sick man and saw a brass bracelet on the man's upper arm, he pulled it off and broke it, therefore then recited the verse, well my mineral XL room Villa Illa, home mushnik wound, most of those who believe in Allah commit shirk, through our use of first 106

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another occasion for them to touch the upper arm of another sick man, and discovered a height that is a cord necklace, not it.

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When he asked the man what it was, the man replied, It is something containing a spell which was especially made for me with her, therefore tore it off the man's arm and said, if you had died with it on, I would never have made the funeral prayer for you.

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Zainab, the wife of the famous Companion of the light and

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cheer pointed out on one occasion when Elon Musk saw and knotted cord necklace around her neck, and asked her what it was for, she replied, It is a cord on which a spell has been cast to cure me.

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Immediately snatched it from her neck and broke it up, saying surely the family of the live in Masaru has no need for sure.

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I've heard a lot of messengers say indeed spells talismans. And charms are all ship.

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saying I've replied Why are you saying this? But I used to twitch and when I went to so and so did you put a spell on it and it stopped twitching.

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Elon Musk said, Indeed the twitching was only a devil prodding your eye with his hand. So when you had it you wished he left it alone

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and your eyes stopped touching.

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It would have been sufficient for you to have said as the processor I'm used to say along my boss Robin Robin NASS. Once we enter Shafi, last Ufa, Illa Schiphol. shifa and Lai Hua Zhu Sakuma.

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Remove the suffering all Lord of humankind, and heal me perfectly as you are the true healer. There is no cure except your cure, a cure not followed by sickness. So belief in chimes gives created things the divine power to

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I've heard misfortune. And thus, those who subscribe to such beliefs limit a lot, Rubio

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and he's our leader with respect to the recording of father.

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In fact, they consider the charms to be more powerful than the law, since the charms are thought to be able to prevent this misfortune, which allies destined.

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Therefore, believe in charms is an obvious form of ship.

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As of the library Massoud stated in the previous mentioned narration from his wife.

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This ruling is further strengthened by a narration in which the companion occupied and Ahmed reported that once when a group of 10 men came to the provinces to pledge allegiance,

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he accepted the oath of allegiance from only nine of them.

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So they asked him or messenger alot, why did you take the government from nine of us and refuse this man? The Prophet Solomon said he's wearing a talisman.

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The man immediately inserted his hand into his cloak, pulled out the talisman and broke it up. When the problems are solved, I'm finished take taking the man's off. He turned to the rest of them and said whoever wears a talisman has committed sure

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but in the case of Quranic charms,

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this is an area of Shabaab or doubt that some people

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lean towards accepting

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towards it being accepted because charms made from Quran Quran is the word of Allah etc. should be okay.

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The leading and most knowledgeable of the Sahaba including evenness or even Abbas lefur, and others all oppose the wearing of Quranic charms. However, some scholars among the jabiru students of the prophets companions allowed it, but most were against it. It should be noted that the text of the Hadith forbidding talismans do not distinguish between charms contained containing Quran and those who did not.

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Moreover, we have no record of the prophet SAW Selim wearing Quranic verses or allowing them to be worn. Moreover,

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the wearing of Granick charms also contradicts the prophetic method of breaking spells and averting evil.

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The authentically recorded Sunnah is to recite certain prophetically provide prescribe Quranic verses or chapters like chapter 113 114 and the verses, verse 255, known as ayatul kursi, and through an bacara

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whenever evil approaches or is encountered,

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the only authentically prescribed method of gaining good fortune from the clan is also by its recitation and application of its meaning.

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Will Allah and male duty to diamond 70 1979 one said that wearing the Quran as an amulet is like the case of a sick man given a prescription by a doctor. But instead of reading it, reading the prescription, and getting the medicines which are prescribed. Instead, he rolls it into a ball,

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puts it in a pouch and hides it around his neck, believing that it will make him well.

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The practice of producing miniature fur is so small as to be unreadable to the naked eye, for the purpose of wearing them in lockets invites to shirk

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similarly, ornaments with ayatul kursi within a minute, virtually unreadable lettering and worn as pendants also encourages ship.

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One where such dependence merely for decoration does not commit sherek but most to wear them do.

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They do it to protect them from evil.

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And as such they fall into an aspect of ship and the fundamental Islamic principle, outdoor heat.

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Muslims have to be careful and avoiding using the Quran is a good luck charm.

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It has become a norm among many of us today.

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Whether it is by hanging it in our cars or on key chains, bracelets and necklaces

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the way non Muslims use the various amulets and talismans all these various where's all these various ways ultimately open the door ship.

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Thus, a conscious effort has to be made to purify one's belief of all that will detract from the pure Islamic concept of our heat

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and the laws attributes of being an owl the owl Alia ness of Allah

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calling them a lie using the Divine Name

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of Italy and Dane was Amina, middle Fokker. Wallah Lord of the heavens in the earth and Lord of the magnificent throne, our Lord and Lord of everything, split around the grains of corn, the date stone

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revealer of the Torah and the engine and the criteria in the Quran.

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I seek refuge in You from the evil of everything you have complete control over. The term that he actually used was

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everything that you see is by its forelock. That's the here at the beginning they had you know that you may lead something with. So it means what Allah has control over and of course, it's every Allah you are the first and there was nothing before you. You're the last and there was nothing after you. You are the evidence. There's nothing above you. And you are the innermost and there's nothing between you and anything. Remove our burden of debt from us and relieve us from what?

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Well, ah, yeah, well, we know that you are the one without beginning or end guidance to put you first before everything, by loving you more than anything, and guide us to seek your pleasure first and foremost, before everything in our belief, and our deeds. Yeah, our help us to give priority to our prayers and adorn us with love and closeness to your book. And make us among the savvy pool, the front runners Yala. grant us the reality of belief in other that everything is already written with Allah allow one for no charms or omens can bring us good luck or protect us from bad luck. assist us to put our trust completely new. Yeah, our Yeah, Allah and Nene

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said I'm a Khun Rahmatullahi about a cat.

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With that we come to the end of our

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second part of our session.

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Shifting now to

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the last portion,

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which is that of our q&a.

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And then our questions.

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inshallah we'll try to answer them in a few minutes remaining.

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sadef asks,

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I am a student that I owe you.

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Yellow reward you for your efforts.

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Why no one shares the correct

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answers to the test questions. And some questions are very confusing. If you can do something

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I'll pass your complaints on.

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And this is not the first time we've heard these complaints. We've tried to modify, improve, etc. Our questions questioning system, because we're using multiple choice.

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Confusing nature of the multiple choice question is

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the nature of multiple choice questions in general.

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The second question I have left Shawn Ray on as a person died, being a non Muslim without knowing anything about Islam, what will happen to him after his death. This is a story, which I've explained before. Those people who didn't receive the message they call fatra, that they will be brought back on the day of judgment when everybody else is being judged based on their deeds, having had access to knowledge. And they along with others who didn't have access to the knowledge about Islam, will be given a test. And that major test which will be given to them on that day, it will determine whether they go on to hell, or they'll watch paradise.

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from Instagram, Graham, we don't really have too much time, but go ahead.

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Man, good or bad.

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The Taliban

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had good,

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a lot of good when they were fighting against the Russians. It was clear Russians, those who supported the Russians were atheists, they didn't believe in God.

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So they're fighting in

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rulership and administration of disbelief.

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Where whereas after they were removed, and we don't get me to get into how they were removed, yes, the Americans were the ones who came out and now they were connected, beloved, and they defended and protected him and he attacked America. And you know, they receive the consequence, they were removed from power, after ruling Afghanistan for a few years,

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a neutral government was set up relatively neutral, which tried to deal with progress in the country, protecting the rights of women, children, etc. Developing the country.

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that effort, was not really possible to complete itself, without the participation of the Taliban who are representing a large chunk of the country.

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So today, and from that time, they have been fighting mainly with against the Americans.

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And the Americans have now pulled out of Afghanistan. So

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they are no longer being hunted, down, bombed, etc, by the Americans. So now they're attacking.

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The main body of Muslims, who are Afghan is like themselves and Muslims.

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So we have to say that their strategy now of attacking, bombing blowing, they've been doing it all along anyway. But now it's open and straightforward. It's not good. It's evil.

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There assassinating people, anybody who cooperated with the Americans, etc.

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As they, you know, assassinated teachers and members of the government, etc.

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Now, they're playing a negative role.

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Because all the promises they made before the American pull out, then are breaking them.

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Not trying to find a solution at the peace table, but attacking the rest of the country trying to take it over for themselves. So that's what I have perceived from the information that has come to me and ask a lot to guide the Taliban. Back to that middle path.

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To become a mutton was a thought, again, middle path,

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not to one extreme, or to another

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question? Sure. I promise in sha Allah not to commit

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Since for a certain period, but unfortunately I went back doing it or doing that sin again before the period

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in question

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Do I have to make a father for this? Yes, if you make a promise and oath and you break it, you have to make a follow.

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Next question.

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How is celebrating the Independence Day of countries?

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Well, it's a celebration.

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It becomes it becomes like an IED.

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The prophet SAW sentiment said we only have to eat it and filter and it will

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stop all the others. So it's preferable not to celebrate independence day because but as independence they really mean independence from who

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we were one oma. We're now independently able to split up our own bar in the afternoon with Devin. They've split about the oma for us. Now Western powers that control the colonized Muslim world for hundreds of years, chopped up the ummah. So now we are

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independent in our state of having been chopped up

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we need to get back together with other countries that share our values etc. and become one again. Probably outside of my said, Yeah, the liland jamaah laws hand

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support is Help is on the United body.

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With that shala we come to the end of our questions, and we hope to see you in our next session. We will be moving on to the name and after.

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As we've seen in the class already, you know, an owl and an archer seem to be connected. We'll be looking at

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Subhana Cologne, humbucker, a Chateau La Land and the stone firaga on a tubular lake.

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So I want a law, Family Law