In the Names of Allah – 63 – al-Badee – The Originator (Name 86)

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said I want a Kuma Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh

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I'd like to welcome you to our session, session 63

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And which we'll be looking at the name I'll be there of Allah,

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the originator

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and as we normally do, I will greet our

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students, our visitors,

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supporters, followers, etc.

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So, first in line is for him

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why they consider Morocco to loyal butter cattle to you also from Madeira Tajuddin in Melbourne, Australia, while they come salaam Morocco to lie about a cat to you and your family

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and desire hit a shot

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from Kashmir.

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Baraka Luffy Crum

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while they come Salam wa rahmatullah wa barakatu and from Yasmeen Ismail

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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh, too. And yes, men is from South Africa.

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As we have a long session today, we'll be moving on directly to our main session at this point, and perhaps we'll catch some of the other greetings at the end.

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So, as I said, This is session 63

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So, now I need kumara to lawyer when I got to session 63

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I will be there the originator name number 85.

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In terms of the Quran or Quranic location,

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the divine name

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Albania can be found in two places in the Quran

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in surah, Al Baqarah

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but they are somehow it will out whether the cover Emraan for in Nehemiah kulula, who Kuhn fire Kuhn, the Originator of the heavens and the earth.

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When he decides on an issue, he merely says to it be and it will be.

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And in Surah, nom,

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buddy are somehow to mount

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an akuna Allahu Walla

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Walla Mia Kula who saw Shiva,

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Hanukkah Kula Shea will who will be cliche in Eileen,

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the Originator of the heavens and the earth.

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How can you have a child when he had no companion?

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He created everything and he knows everything.

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linguistically, by deer comes from the tribe literal route by dial ein

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Bajoran is its verbal noun.

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It has three main meanings, the first of which

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is to originate, innovate or start.

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The second

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is to start something to uniquely contrive without any similarity to anything pre existing.

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And the third meaning is to be incomparable, superlative and amazing.

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This route appears four times in the Quran in three derived forms. Examples of these are

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in tender Oh Ha. They innovated it

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began

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a new one

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or the first

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by deer is the present participle in the file instead.

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If pattern

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of bad idea,

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linguistically be the means an innovation or something new, something not done or said by anyone, or anything before.

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Alba dear refers to the one and only originator who does something new all the time.

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Unlike anyone or anything else, originating its existence, without the use of any tool, and without being limited to time or space.

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Eben Manzoor

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stated that idea is one of the Lord's divine names, due to his originating and making new things, is the originator of everything,

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before everything else that originates.

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The divine name can also mean the beginning or the beginner in that he started everything in motion. He is the original creator. As mentioned in the verse by Dr. Some I want to call out

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the originator, creator of the heavens in the earth, so a lot.

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He created the heavens and the earth and brought them to life. He most high is the unique creator who invented the universe, before everyone and everything existed

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from the various opinions of scholars,

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and next day, concluded that the Summarized meaning of Alba dear relative to Allah

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is One, that there is nothing or no one like Allah or similar to him.

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This is a description of his essence, what they call similar to that.

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And he is the absolutely infinitely unique create creator, an originator were existed before time began and exist forever.

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And to that he is the originator and move there

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who did who made the creation and everything in it from the beginning without any previous example. And this is a description of his actions Civitan fell

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in terms of application, according to Eben McCall's four principles. Principle number one is to adopt where applicable,

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the divine name Al Budhia, the originator may be adopted and applied in two basic ways. The first is to understand the meaning and significance of Allah being the originator, and to avoid overstepping the bounds of his realm, and the second to strive to be leading innovators and inventors in the permissible and beneficial spheres of innovation and invention.

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in understanding the originator, I'll be there. If we were to become acquainted with just the various types of fish in the ocean. By reading an illustrated book having pictures of various types of fish, we would be greatly amazed.

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The statistics regarding the types of fish indicate that there are over 34,000 different species of fish in the salty and freshwater bodies of the oceans, lakes, rivers and streams of the world.

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They come in virtually all sizes and shapes that we can imagine. Some are round like a ball. Others are thin, and ribbon like resembling a sword. Others are transparent, phosphorescent with lashes. Some have four legs. Others are in the form of flowers that defend themselves with black ink. Some fight their enemies with electricity. Some are huge like whales, others are tiny like the ornamental fishes that people keep in their homes. Birds also come in all shapes, colors and sizes.

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And the plant world we have an almost infinite variety of tree leaves, types of trees types of

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Wood, types of plants types of fragrances types of fruit. Likewise there an almost infinite number of snowflake designs. If we looked at a snowflake under a microscope, it would have an unimaginably complex design. Yet no two snowflakes are the same.

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samples taken from all over the world are different from those found elsewhere

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is that other than the work of the Originator of the heavens in the earth?

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The reality is that among the most befitting meanings of Al Bashir, is that he is by their original in his essence,

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in his meaning, that nothing is similar to him. As ally himself declared, laser committed the shade is nothing similar to him. So Assura verse 11,

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is all by deer in creation, meaning that he created the creation possessing forms without precedents and without being taught by anyone to do so. Is also all by their and his actions, no one or thing has ever done or will ever do, acts similar to his.

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Thus albizia is the one of the laws, divine names used to describe his essence, His attributes and His act.

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Understanding Allah has been there, who provided with a world filled to the brim with such a wide variety of beautiful creations for our senses to enjoy and Marvel Act, as well as even greater array of creatures and plants for us to consume, to ride to hunt, etc, should cause us to be extremely grateful for his generosity, and full of praise for his countless blessings. Innovation in the religion of Islam is called Bidda, from the same root, as Budhia, because it has no real basis in the religion,

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however, Bidda actually has two meanings, linguistically, and legally.

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Be the, literally, linguistically is an innovation and novelty, anything invented or originated, anything made or brought into existence newly, for the first time,

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it did not exist before.

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The technical or shadow a meaning

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is anything or any addition or novelty in religion, after its completion,

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a radical innovation or an action at variance with the Sunnah. That's according to Lane's lexicon in which the pleasure of Allah is sought, having no authentic legal sanction, in fact, or by implication.

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As I said in Surah, Hadid verse 27 What about Nia 10 M tener Oh ha maktab na Ali, but as for monasticism, which they invented? I did not mandate it for them.

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So and cough also

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portal, my icon to be the UN Mina Rasul. Well, my degree my you file will be, will become,

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oh my God, my you file will be will become.

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Say I'm no different from the other messengers, nor do I know what will be done with me or with you. So a lack of verse nine,

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whoever innovates something which makes things easier for the believers in their prayers at home or at the masjids for example, rugs, fans, air conditioning, electrical lights, etc, has done something good

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loudspeakers which never existed before and central heating and cold countries, both of which are bid as, which may be called bid. Hasina, good inventions. Whatever provides ease for the worshipers and solves communal problems without contradicting the Sharia is a good innovation

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As regards the evil Buddha or the Buddha, Maha Rama is one which contradicts a legal text, what we call an Arabic nos chalet. The neutral Buddha linguistically is one which is neither obligatory recommended, disliked or forbidden. For example, if someone added a unique blend of spices to a meal, and produced a new flavor never experienced before, it would be considered a bit MOBA.

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All of the previous examples are relative to the linguistic meaning of the term Buddha. Anything new, which didn't exist before. However, innovation in religion is 100% forbidden. Based on a last statement in the Quran, Allah Yama coming to la cadena calm. What mem to La come near Mati. What are the two locomole Islam Medina today I have perfected your religion for you, and have completed my favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as your religion to allied ever three. The religion is complete in both number and type.

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The number of issues which the religion resolves is numerically complete.

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The religion would not accept any new subject. And the method by which the religion treats problems is a complete way.

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And the religion would not accept even my new changes. According to the previously mentioned verse,

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and one of the greatest Islamic scholars of the past Imam Malik Nana's.

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He stated that whatever was not a part of the religion on the day that verse was revealed, can never be a part of the religion.

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If we change something in the religion, whether in Arpita that's the faith, principles of faith in a by the principles of worship,

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you know, transactions morals or behaviors it is a forbidden according to the Prophet SAW Selim statement narrated by job editing Abdullah

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Shara Ohmori, Masada Bakula, Maha death in beta, according labayda, attend Allah Allah Akula de la Latin finner

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the worst of things are those that are newly invented. Every newly invented thing is an innovation. And every innovation is going astray. And every going astray is in the fire.

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That's every newly invented thing in religion.

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If every innovation in religion is accursed innovation, the Buddha then all religions are fake. Their principles are made up and even the mud hubs are innovations. So, what ensures us that we are standing before a religion which came to us in the same way that it was revealed? There are three things one, that nothing has been added to it

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to nothing has been deleted from it. And three, it has not been reinterpreted in a way that the legislator did not wish.

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With that, we have canceled corrupt interpretations,

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nullified, innovated additions, and rejected the deletion of its foundational principles, thereby guaranteeing that the religion will continue as it began. If we consider the portion which we as creatures may acquire of Allah's divine names around man and Rahim, it is possible for us to be Rahim, most merciful, based on our laws describing the Prophet SAW Selim in that way.

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Bill Me Nina rufen. Rahim.

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Allah describes the Prophet SAW Selim as being kind and merciful to the believers.

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Likewise, other names like ilm, Basia, etc.

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are applied to Allah and can be applied to human beings. However, in the case of Alan Budhia, the innovator with regards to the religion we are enjoined not to be innovators.

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We are required not to innovate in our principles of faith, our acts of worship, our behavior and our manners endow

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the bid Ahana

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includes innovation sanctioned by the Prophet SAW Sanlam

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which became a part of the Sunnah.

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Like the Prophet SAW sons approval of beloved two units of prayer after every other

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will do after every time he broke widow.

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Abu Huraira quoted the process alum as asking Bilal on one occasion, without Tell me about a deed you have done in Islam, from which you hope to have the most benefit. For tonight, I heard the sound of your sandals in front of me in paradise.

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And then below, responded saying I haven't done any deed, which I hoped would be a special benefit, except that I make ritual purification during the day or night, whenever I do it.

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I do as many units as Allah wills

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Abdul Rahman

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even Abdul Chari

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stated, I went out in the company of Oman, Qatar one night in Ramadan to the mosque, and found the people praying in different groups. A man praying alone or a man praying with a little group behind him.

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So Omar said, in my opinion, it would be better to collect these people under the leadership of one party. That is one recite the Quran. Let them pray in congregation. So he decided to gather them behind obey Him in cap. Then on another night, I went in his company, and the people were praying beside their reciter behind their reciter. On seeing that Omar replied, What an excellent innovation This is.

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Near mlbtr, to the

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industry case of Calif Amara Nahata.

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This incident is the most popular evidence used by the defenders of innovation in matters of religion.

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However, this evidence may be responded to in two prayers from two perspectives. Firstly, it is not permitted for anyone to oppose the saying of the messenger sulla Salah by preferring the opinion of others, whether it be Abubaker Omar Osman Ali or any of the other companions, as Allah, Most High already said, Felicia heathery, Latina yo Holly funa and Emery and to see by whom fitna tune, oh, you see by whom are the aboon allele

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that those who opposed the messengers commandments, beware of a trial befalling them for a painful punishment. So our newer verse 63.

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The wise young companion, if not boss was quoted as saying to his students, rocks are about to fall upon you from the sky.

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I tell you what Allah's Messenger said that he said such and such are you reply that Abu Bakr and Omar said

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it is incorrect,

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to follow the opinions of the companions of the Prophet Salla which contradicts clear statements of the prophets. So on Sunday, they were human beings they may not have heard the Prophet SAW Salem statement on a case in question, so they gave their opinion. Consequently, such opinions which clearly contradict the Quranic text, or statement of the Prophet SAW Salem should just be discarded.

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For example, when the Prophet SAW Selim was asked whether he saw a lot during the marriage, he replied that he hadn't. And this is your opinion of the vast majority of the companions. However, it is said that they've not been asked and a few others were of the opinion that he did see a lot.

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But we have the illustrious Companion of the Prophet SAW Salem, Abu Zahra Oliver Safari, who said that he asked the Prophet SAW Salem, did he see his law, his Lord, and the Prophet SAW Selim said, no run, and na Whoa, there was only light. I couldn't see him. How could I see?

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An apple that on another occasion reported that hey Jabu

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nor Israel was light.

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So, some people assert that some verses in Surah najem are in reference to the Prophet SAW Salem seeing a lot.

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When I covered up alpha, do Mara, alpha to my Runa, who Allah ma, the heart did not lie about what it saw when you argue with him about what he saw

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Welaka Rahu NAS Latin okra and verily He saw him yet another time.

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That's what number is 1114. However, when must rukh as the Prophet SAW Selim, his wife, Ayesha about this verse, or these verses? She replied, I was the first person from this OMA to ask the Messenger of Allah about that. And he replied, verily, it was Gibreel those verses are talking about Gibreel May Allah that's peace beyond him. throughout South Sudan went on to say, I never saw him in the form in which she was created except these two times as I'm descending from the heavens, and the greatness of his size filled all the tunes with the between the sky and the earth.

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I should then said how would you heard that the law most high said loud to direct who absorbs or who are you direct will absorb?

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Sight cannot see him. But he catches all sides. So I learned I'm first 103

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And she also said when I can only by sharing and you can limo long in law one Oh man, we're ah see job. Oh, you're a Scylla Rasul.

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And haven't you heard that a lot said, she went on to say, a law will not speak to any man except by inspiration, or from behind a veil or by sending a messenger an angel to him to assure our verse 51

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however, some Muslims have felt that an exception was made in the case of the last of the prophets, Muhammad Rasul Allah, whom Allah cause to travel up through the heavens, and go even beyond the point where the angels are allowed to go. However, when the Prophet saw some his wife Ayesha was asked about about it by one of the tabby named Basu

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asked whether moms are Solomon sin is Lord, her response was, my hair on the back of my neck is standing on end because of what you've asked.

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Whoever tells you that Muhammad SAW his lord has lied. Man had man had that luck. And Mohammed and Salatu was Salam Murghab Babu for the gathered.

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Thus, it can be said with certainty that the Prophet saw some of them like the prophets before him did not see a lot of the deer, the originator in this life. Secondly, when Ormerod no kebab said Nirmal Bidda, to Hardy, what an excellent Bidda.

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This is, he was referring to what he did as a bit linguistically.

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Not legally.

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It's inconceivable that he was referring to something

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legally in the religion, he was only referring to the effect that the people had gathered together behind one ima. While before they were praying in separate groups.

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The problems are solved didn't tell them to pray in separate groups. He had come into the masjid and prayed continually three nights and the groups the group of people prayed behind him. And then the fourth night, he didn't come out.

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And this was to

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make sure that it didn't become obligatory on them as the Prophet SAW Selim explained.

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Thus, the performing the night prayer and Ramadan as a single group is actually from the Sunnah

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Omar Nakata didn't bring something new. It was already there, he just revived it.

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What had happened was that after the Prophet SAW Selim died, then people started praying alone in groups, two threes and more. Omar merely was inspired to gather the people together behind a single Imam, as it had been when the Prophet SAW Selim letter.

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So this action was only an innovation in the sense that it was new and different

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relative to how people have become accustomed to praying it after the process a lamb died. Thus, this so called VEDA, or innovation was relative and not original. It was actually the revival of a sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem, which had been abandoned. Since during the lifetime of the prophets as elemental Amara Nakata brought it back to life.

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In defend some of the Forbidden Bidda

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we have to understand innovations regarding

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the goals, but they call Icom and mocassin.

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It has been noted that there are a number of innovative things that Muslims have condoned approved of an acted upon that were not known during the time of the Prophet SAW sunnah, such as religious schools compiling of books, the Quran, however, such matters are not considered religious innovations and the companions were at first shy with the compilation of the Quran into one txt.

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If you're all familiar with how the Quran was compiled, you know that Abubaker

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on the adviseable, of O'Meara, hottub, had

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decided to do it to prevent the crime being lost as many of those in memorized large portions of the grind were dying in the battles that we'll send out to face after the death of the Prophet SAW Salem.

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So when he tried to get different people to be engaged in it, they all were shy, as Abubaker himself was shy when Omar suggested it to him.

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So that's natural.

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And we have now

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books of Islamic studies etc, and Tajweed, etc, which weren't around

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and they can be considered

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as innovations, but other innovations in the religion in the legal sense, there are mainly means for achieving goals which are already found in the Sharia, and which are governed by specific rules and regulations. The most basic rule is that their permissibility or impermissibility, depends on their goals. That is,

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means which are used to achieve an obligatory gold are themselves obligatory, and those used to achieve a forbidden goal, I themselves forbidden, that's the general principle.

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Even some means which are good, may become evil and forbidden. If of necessity they lead to evil.

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A good means could become forbidden.

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If the consequence of that good means may lead to evil

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a lot addressed this point in the crime swirl anomalous 108 saying, Well, I did some bernadina Yeah, their own I mean doing the lie, fair symbol law. I do one be radian,

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do not insult those whom they that's the pagans, worship instead of Allah. Don't insult their gods, for they may insult Allah out of hostility and ignorance. So although cursing pagan gods is not in and of itself wrong, cursing Allah is clearly wrong and transgression.

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Consequently, were this praiseworthy act of insulting the pagan gods causes a lot to be insulted, it then becomes forbidden and prohibited.

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As Prophet Abraham insulted the gods of his people

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that they didn't see, they couldn't eat, they couldn't hear, etc, etc. This is a kind of an insult.

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So in and of itself, in order to try to guide people, one may say negative things about their gods. But if that those negative things are going to cause them to speak ill of Allah then it's better not to engage in it. This is the principle.

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This means are judged according to their related goals. Therefore, religion schools, writing down knowledge and compiling books, while being innovations in

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In the sense that they were not found during the lifetime of the promises on them. They are not goals by themselves.

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But our means to achieving goals and means are judged by the status of their goals. So, for example, if someone sets up a school to teach forbidden matters, then setting up on that school would be forbidden. If on the other hand, a school is set up to teach knowledge of Sharia, then this should be an act sanctioned by Islam.

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The causes of Bidda are many

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brothers outside of them, made that clear to us. As Abdullah bin Massoud narrated, that on one occasion, the Messenger of Allah drew a line in the dust for them and then said this is a loss path. Then he drew several lines branching off on either side, to the right and to the left.

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These are the paths of misguidance he said, on each of which, on each of every one of those paths ahead of it, there's a devil inviting people to follow it. Then he recited the verse from Surah Al and arm 153.

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Paddy, he said Ed, this is my path leading straight.

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So follow it and do not follow the other paths for they will scatter you about from Allah's path.

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That is his command to you, in order that you be conscious of Allah.

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In terms of the forms of Buddha,

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the forms of beta

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we can say one,

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they're either original innovations when they call me the OS Leah

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for their additions, additional innovations, on which they call bid it off here.

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Fundamentally, the bidder as Leah,

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refers to an app having no origin in the religion. For example, in the Philippines among Muslims in Mindanao, many display white flags outside their homes to indicate that death has taken place in the family.

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This practice has no origin Islam at all.

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Many Muslims, male and female in India and Sri Lanka wear a pendant or amulet called tally. It is of Hindu origin.

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And mainly it is to ward off evil spirits. That's what it's mainly used for. But for Muslims to be wearing it.

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This is

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wearing a gold ring on the third finger of the left hand

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at the time of marriage, and afterwards, it's common among Muslims globally coming from Christian tradition, which symbolizes the Trinity.

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Many Muslims don't even realize this. Know that it's a Christian tradition,

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wearing a red, red wedding dress among Muslims in India and Pakistan from Hindu tradition.

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The practice of

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giving the woman's family the woman's family giving dowry to the bridegroom to the man's family.

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This is widespread in the Indian subcontinent.

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But it's not from Islam it's Buddha.

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As for the celebration of the Prophet SAW Salem birthday,

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it has become a global practice among Muslims which began 400 years after the Prophet SAW silence death.

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These are

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with us which have no origin in the religion at all.

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Additional bidders are ones which have an origin in the religion, but there is no precedents from the Sunnah. For example, wiping the neck during will do.

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Many people they make will do you know they put water in the mouth nose, wash the face wipe the head and then

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what they say is okay, and they may wash the feet at this point to it's still there means the back of the hand that got wet so they use that to wipe their neck.

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This has

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no bass is from the Sunnah

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but will do and wiping and washing.

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This is from the Dean it's something

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added to what's there already directing prayer to saints, making congregational prayer dua.

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Wiping one's body with one's hands after making dua people many times what make dua and afterward they wipe the body face balance.

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Making tawaf around graves.

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When we finish our formal prayers giving salaam to the person on your right and Salaams to the person on your left, this is common in Egypt.

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This has no basis in the practice of the Prophet SAW Salem though shaking hands giving salam just from the deen as origin in the deen

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and salata, Nadia,

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which I came across when I visited

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Sri Lanka, people asked me about the salata nary, I never heard it before.

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But they actually when I read it, the text is Salawat. And they use it to relieve difficulties.

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Those Salawat sang along with Sunday, Allah Muhammad is legitimate when they of course, they added a bunch of other things.

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We are encouraged to make

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salawat prayers for the prophets was on them. But to assign special benefits that the Prophet SAW said and didn't say, This now becomes a form of beta,

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then we have what may be called a deletion beta, where some part of the religion is deliberately deleted or neglected,

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from what was mentioned, by Allah and His messenger.

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Or it may be neglected by a deviant interpretation.

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For example, neglecting the Jelsa between two sisters in the prayer, we have two

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prostrations

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between them, you're supposed to sit back,

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complete sitting

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in each unit of prayer.

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However,

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due to extreme haste, some people just put their head down, they touch the ground, once they don't even sit back up properly, they're still down there, and they touch their head a second time. So that becomes to

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two dudes, that's what happened to the sitting up in between missing,

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left out.

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Also people getting up out of coming up, straightening up out of

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record, when they're bowing. Before they even they don't come to straight position and then go to frustration, they start to come out and they're going down into frustration straightaway. This is beta, this is an elimination of one of the

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what they call our con or pillars of the prayer.

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So these may be referred to as deletion data.

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And

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they're found all over the Muslim world.

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We also have some people

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who, when the time comes to wipe their head, they just move their hat

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if they're wearing caps, and then they just wipe the hair at the front of their heads.

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And consider this to be masked

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wiping of the head. This isn't wiping up the head. This is just wiping a few hairs in the end of the head, the beginning of the head and

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people arguing Well, you don't have to wipe the whole head when you're when it's true when you're doing it. But the way he did it was putting us in both hands. Okay, you don't need necessarily to go to right down to the very end of your head. But at least you need to wipe your head not just a few hairs at the head and the front.

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Now in terms of the causes of

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the Quran, and the Sunnah outlined a variety of different reasons.

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And we could go on for hours talking about the causes, I just mentioned a few

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and to start them

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one of the basic causes

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his statements in the religion without knowledge

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from ignorance,

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and Abdullah have been omitted. And alas, He quoted the process as saying a law does not take away knowledge by snatching it from the hearts of people.

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Rather, he takes it away by taking the souls of the scholars until no scholars remain.

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People then follow ignorant leaders who when consulted will issue judgments without knowledge. So they will go astray and they will lead people astray.

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The people of knowledge are the ones who fight against innovation, the bidders.

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So when access to knowledge and the knowledgeable becomes less than ignorance increases, and innovations begin to appear and spread. And its people will be increasingly active, the people of innovation will be very active. Even Barreda. He narrated from the Prophet SAW Salem that he said, There are three types of judges, one in paradise and two in the fire.

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As for the one in paradise,

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it is the person who knows the truth. And judges, according to it.

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The person who knows the truth and deviates in his ruling is in the fire,

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the judge,

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and the judge who judges for people without any knowledge, he's also in the fire.

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So here's the issue of ignorance,

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which can cause

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a person who is in a position of authority, making judgment so judge

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to enter the fire.

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If you're ignorant, you're supposed to back off.

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And these two types of evil judges are actually equivalent to those on whom is Allah's Anger?

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Allah Dooby LA, who the Prophet SAW send them to us for the Jews. Because what they had the knowledge and they deviated from it, they didn't judge according to it.

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And the second, the third group was who

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adores only those who are lost. And these are the Christians according to the process Allah because they were completely ignorant, they don't have the knowledge at all.

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So, ignorance can be in an Arabic, Arabic language.

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Because

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as the Muslim

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empire faith,

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closed in on itself became weaker, became dominated. Then the Arabic language lost its position of precedence and became just the language known to the scholars.

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So when people just have rudimentary understandings of, of Arabic, it's very easy for them to make all kinds of mistakes. So for example, in Sri Lanka, when a number of people many people when they greet each other, normally we say Salaam Alaikum that's the sooner we say so our greeting to Alaikum Salaam.

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You find people instead of saying salaam aleikum, saying alarmist suddenly Allah Muhammad, which is prayers for Prophet masala in place of saying salam ala eco. This of course is ignorant.

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ludicrous.

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In the southern Philippines, Mindanao

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and elsewhere, ignorant rich Muslim clan leaders, they call them that to commonly marry nine or more wives based on the ignorant interpretation of the Quranic statement, where Allah says two or three or four wives are allowed in Islam.

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They say no, it's not saying that action it's saying two and three and four with a total of nine because the text in the grind Thank you. Whoa my tabela comin and Lisa a muffler was to laugh and waterbar married women you would like to three or four

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these terms 234 are joined by a conjunction. Wow. Why

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which could mean and

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or it could mean or linguistically It could mean AND or OR.

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Now, how do we know whether it means and or we have to look at what happened in the time of the Prophet SAW Salem, how it was interpreted Oh, it was understood. So even Omar, he related that they learned even Salama, a philosophy when he accepted his Islam.

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His 10 wives Yeah 10 wives from pre Islamic times, they all accepted Islam along with him.

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So when the verse was revealed, about for the Prophet SAW, Selim instructed him to choose from among them, four of his 10 wives he had to choose for

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the other six he had to let go.

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Another companion pays him the Hadith. He accepted Islamia rate wise, and the rasa Salam told him the same thing.

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Select four from among them.

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Star min Hoonah urba.

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So, if what was intended by the tool, three for

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the addition met was the addition.

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With a total of nine the Prophet SAW Selim would not have instructed His disciples to divorce their extra rights.

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We also have the case of ignorance of the Sunnah

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and its authenticity,

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the inability to differentiate between authentic and inauthentic traditions.

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In the era of recording of Islamic knowledge during the early centuries, the opposition to Islam was unable to surface. So in many cases, they tried to corrupt the message of Islam from within. This led to arise of fabricated, fabricated Hadith.

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The people engaged in this sought to sabotage the Islamic message by introducing false material.

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However, the scholars of Hadith develop systems to expose and without fabricators, but they still managed to spread misinformation which led to innovations. For example, in defense of the obligation for everyone to follow a particular madhhab based on the untenable position, that all were correct, even though the rulings sometimes conflicted with each other, and the Sharia courts of the past were lacking people from shifting from one map to another you are in a map is supposed to die in that matter.

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The resulting differences in rulings were praised mainly based on totally fabricated, but oft quoted Hudis among them, if the law for Almighty Rama this we hear it said

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till today, disagreement among my nation is a mercy.

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This is what I was told when I asked about the format hubs when I first came into Islam.

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This so called Hadith has no chain of narration connecting it to anyone, much less the Prophet saw some of them, nor can it be found in any books of Hadith. It is therefore incorrect even to refer to it as a hadith. It is totally fabricated

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the other fabricated Hadith

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quoted often for the same purpose is the one which says us hobby can do be ie him. Today tune in today to

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my Sahaba are like stars, you will be guided by whichever of them you follow. This narration is also classified by Hadith scholars as Mogadore. fabricated

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and the biggest innovation resulting from this misunderstanding was the establishment of four different prayer places called McDermott, around the Kaaba in Mecca for each of the four methods, which lasted for over 600 years.

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That's how destructive

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innovations can be.

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Also

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We have image ignorance or innovative ignorance of the importance of the sunnah to Islamic law.

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We have a number of people who call themselves Muslims.

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And their main issue is

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that they only follow the grime.

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Among them we had in Pakistan, an individual by the name of Ghulam Ahmed purveys.

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So his followers can do known as purveys ease.

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They rejected

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the Hadith, the son actually, Willa Muhammad himself,

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rejected all the hobbies, which he felt went against the Quran

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or reasonable whatever.

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But other groups came and appeared not just there in other parts of the world, Muslim world where they rejected outright completely, the Hadith declaring them all to be unreliable.

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And they would go back to this verses who are Al Anon verse 38 as their defense where a lot says, my Filipina Phil Kitab him in Shay, I have not left anything out of the book, end of story. Everything that needs to be known is in the book.

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But is that the book which Allah is speaking about?

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The Quran?

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Or is it the book of

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other in which everything that's going to take place has been written, it's all written, nothing is missing from it.

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This is the point.

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If you're not aware of what Allah Kitab was referring to here, then you can easily fall into that trap.

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But this became a means by which people who have innovated agendas

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could brush aside the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem because it was the main barrier Wonsan I like vikhroli to biennially NAS by Lucilla LA, Allah said that he revealed to the Prophet SAW Salem,

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the Quran in order that he would explain it to the people. What was it reveal for them.

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So the crime generally gives the broad outlines and the sooner fills in the details. Removing the sooner allows the innovators to fill in their own details.

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So you have one of the most voice ciphers Qurani Yun or colonists

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of our times, call them They call themselves the United submitters International. They're on the internet very busy. They're the followers of the false prophet Rashad Khalifa in America

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was assassinated in 1990.

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So, he had gone to the position of rejecting the tsunami together and only following the crime.

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And his followers promote this agenda.

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So

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be careful. They are they're very active on the internet.

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And they have their own innovative practices, whether it is women leading the prayer in the masjid,

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men praying behind them a variety of other innovations.

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The other route was following the obscure

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those who had deviated intentions

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claim to have access to secret knowledge

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and then defend it by creating interpretations of religious principles and the Quran itself.

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A lot of talking about them, saying farmer led in a few blue beams a fair Temuera una Mata Shaba Hamin, who hibbity law and fitna observe I thought we

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are my my alma mater, widow illa Allah.

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As for those in whose hearts is deviation,

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they follow only that which is not entirely clear, seeking confusion fitna and seeking their own interpretation, but none knows the true interpretation except Allah to Allah Imran verse seven Shiite interpretations of the two seas mentioned in the Quran. As Ali and Fatima Bara, John Bahraini al

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takia he has let the two seas flow freely and they meet

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and what happens? The accrued human human look no Walmart jam, and out of them come the pearls in the car. That's what we all know. But for Shiites, they claim that this is in reference to

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Hassan and Hussein.

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The two seas where Ali and Fatima they are children

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Assam and Hussein the grandsons of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Likewise, the heretical Sunit arsenite school offshoot sect the atma dia, claim that the well known verse in which the Prophet SAW sometime is described as the last of the prophets Makanda Mohammed Dawn abohar The mirror Jellicle Bulacan Rasul Allah he will Hartman to be in Muhammad wa Salam is not the father of any man among you, but he is Allah's Messenger and the seal of the prophets.

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The word cotton does not mean seal,

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as most translated, but really, this is what they claim.

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They are Medea.

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They also claim that just as the ring beautifies the finger profit mama seldom, Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was the beautification of the Prophet would.

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They go further saying that, even if we take it as meaning seal Cottam, it would mean that it was like a seal placed on an envelope, sealing its contents, but not limiting them. So these interpretations were made to validate the claim of their founder of their sect, their heretical sect, Marissa Ghulam Ahmed, is claimed to prophethood.

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Among the

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causes is also following of desires.

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Innovation can simply be the result of following what we find desirable and pleasing, as the law said.

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But if they do not answer you, you know, that they only follow their desires, get to be your own ah, whom,

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and who is more astray than one who follows his own desires.

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That's in Surah pathless, verse 50.

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And in Surah, Joshua, verse 23, Allah says, a variety many taka Allahu Allah, have you seen He who has taken as his God, his own desire, and Allah has sent him astray, due to his prior knowledge, and a set a seal upon his hearing and his heart and put over his vision a veil? So who will guide him besides the law, then will you not be reminded?

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When the Sunnah is known, for example, the desire to look young

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people, older people, a desire to look young to the shape of their beards, because the beards, you know, show their older, the more beard wider it becomes such so they shave it off, to be in style. They may wear tight pants,

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below their ankles, or even below their ankles, exposing their outer and hang the pants being below the ankles, which was stolen from him. And also women wearing tight body fitting pants and tops, jeans etc. As well as even tight AMRs you know, and Jill Bob's clothes type exposing themselves.

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Also, among the causes, is blindly following other than the prophets

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we blindly follow the prophets as and then because the law informed us that obeying Him is the same as a being along my UTR rasool Allah, whoever obeys the messenger obeys a law that cannot be said about anyone else. Besides the prophets of Allah. Allah be pleased with all of them.

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Consequently, following the opinions of people blindly prevents us from finding and following the true path.

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And there's a lot of said through a lot of research 170 Without cleaning the home

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is that dealer Lahoma Tabby

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Madonsela law Callooh Ballena tibial mountain faina alayhi abana. And when it is said to them follow what Allah has revealed

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they say rather we will follow that which we found our father's doing.

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What examples of this can be seen amongst the Shiites regarding their scholars and the Shia Imams?

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So their practices

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like self flagellation, cutting themselves with swords knives, during the day of Ashura when they're marching to the streets, frustrating on clay tablets they call tour but temporary marriage, praying to the 14 inflatables.

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Likewise among the Sufis, their following of the peers and the cooktops.

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The poles that all the poles, especially the saints and the saints in general, this is used to justify their many innovations, like dancing vicar

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of the Mevlevi Sufi order, praying to the Prophet SAW Salem and the saints.

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The claim that Prophet mom is our solemn didn't die.

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And even amongst mainstream Muslims,

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the blind follower of the mother ABS is used to justify many innovations which found their way in the from their into their customs and their cultures. Like praying

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to others having two assets and one mastered.

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I've been to my students were in Malaysia, where they have one for Shah phase, one timing for Shah phase and one for Hanafis

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Shafi is pray first and then the Holy Spirit after different timings. How can that be in one Masjid prohibition of the Hanafis from marrying Chavez at one point was permitted frantically to marry Shafi

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not praying behind each others, as I mentioned earlier,

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and amongst the heretics, by the comedies and the Qadiani to blindly follow the False Prophet nudism. Allah made they believe that Jesus probably Jesus died a natural death and is buried in Kashmir.

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And to please their colonial masters, they abolished physical jihad.

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And, among the causes or reasons is the imitating of the disbelievers a walker the lazy.

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He reported that when Allah's Messenger set out for her name,

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last major back

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against the pagans of Arabia, they pass by a tree called.to unlocked.

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The idol worshipers used to hang their weapons on its branches for good for good fortune.

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Some of the companions who are new to Islam are newly entered into Islam, as the Prophet SAW Salem to designate a similar tree for them. The Prophet saw some replied Subhana Allah. This is just like what Moses said.

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The people of Moses said to him, he Alana Illa, Han Kamala, whom Alia after they crossed the Red Sea and came across people worshipping idols. They asked Prophet Moses to make one for them to do God for us just like their gods. So a lot off verse 138.

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The bronze I'll send them concluded that statement saying by the one in whose hand rests my soul, he will follow the path of those before you.

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So, in this hadith about Sol Sol I'm not only rejects the concept of good luck charms in general, but he also prophesize that the Muslims will imitate the practices of the Christians and the Jews. So we find thicker beads coming from the rosaries of the crease Catholics. We have the knowledge separate celebration of the vowel sounds birthday imitating Christmas, gravestones built put on the graves,

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Muslims structures looking like masjids built over Grace

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Where did that come from? came from the Christians, not the Hindus because the Hindus were burning their butt dead.

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So it's already existent amongst us today.

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Moving on to the second

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Principle of Every call which is to confirm, were unique and in applicable,

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the divine name all by their means that Allah alone can bring into existence creation by merely commanding it be and it will uniquely exist without precedence in an AMA AMA, who is Radha Shay and your cool Allahu confiable.

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As Allah said, so, I see University to all it takes when he will something to be is simply to say to it be and it is

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among the extreme Sufi beliefs,

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this power and amazing ability to uniquely

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bring things into existence

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by Kuhn

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is given in the Naqshbandi Sufi order

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to the Alia the friends of Allah, that they share in this divine attribute in their book Mercy Oceans part one, it states there the power of the Will he is such that he only needs to say Kuhn and it will be

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many extremes Sufi writings include similar claims for their saints.

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Amongst the Shiites, we can find the extreme claims regarding Wilayat

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for the call Wilayat of control.

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And we find in book written by Imam Khomeini himself

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that he ascribes to the Imam,

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control over the atoms of the universe that they humble themselves before the holder of this authority.

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But he called the Universal divine Vice Chair NC.

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He said it means that the mom's determination creates the object in the outer world, his determination to do this decision to do it creates. So it's creating

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innovating in the outer world

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and

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he is the cause of the creation of the object and is the cause which bestows existence

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and it is a thing that is given the name Wilayat of control.

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So, belief in the Divine Name Alba dear requires that all such claims, which give a lot of attributes of origination and creation to human beings, or other elements of creation must be categorically rejected and denied. Otherwise, such claims represent major shirk idolatry in the laws. So he'd have his asthma or SIFAT

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unique unity of Allah's names and attributes. We have atheist scientific claims which are similar, you know, especially when you look at the issue of the

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in vitro fertilization, which used to be called test you babies, where people think from it, that they were mixing chemicals and test tubes and out pops a baby.

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Totally not the case. In fact, they're taking a living over an A Living sperm putting them together, and

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fertilization takes place. That's all. They're not creating anything there at all. And Allah clearly states in the cry

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that human beings will never be able to even create a flyer swirl hatch or 73.

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Land Jack Lew Baba, they will never be able to create even a fly.

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But, of course, with the media, making scientists think that they're like, gods, they can do anything, or they will do everything.

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People fall for this.

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So the devastating media impact on people in the West can be seen in the alarming rate at which people are turning into atheists. For example, in New Zealand in 1998, the polls show that more than 79% of the people believed in God. But by 2018, that's 20 years later, less than 33% believed in God

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Furthermore, the youth teenagers between 15 and 19, their suicide rate in New Zealand is the highest in the world.

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twice as high as in the US, and five times as high as in the UK.

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Their youngest recorded suicide was only seven years old.

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When my father in law ha ha Kothari, they have not properly estimated Allah.

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belief in Allah

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Surah Zuma, verse 67.

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Concerning

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the relationship between belief in God,

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and

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a pleasant life,

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research has shown from data collected from here and there and everywhere, that believers live far happier lives than atheists.

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This reality, and they also are able to better cope with trials and tribulations that happened in their lives.

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The third principle to have hope, where there is a promise,

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the fact that Allah is LBD, or the originator means he can create ways where none seemed possible.

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It should revive hope in our hearts, that as one door closes, many others can and will open allies alibi. They're the originator Creator, who provide sustenance for his creatures.

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Therefore, there is absolutely no need for his rational creatures to choose haram means in order to fulfill their needs.

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Allah reiterated this fact in the Quran and a number of places, the most famous of which is Romania, tequila, did y'all know who

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was the who, when hastily accessible, Whoever fears alive will make an escape for him, and provide for him from where he would least expect it.

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So this is the promise of a way out in all difficult circumstances. And that should motivate the believers to stand firm and avoid compromise of their religious principles in order to achieve perceived needs.

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And this becomes the justification for people to take mortgages, pay interest, and all these other kinds of things.

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Because they feel it's a necessity, but in fact, it's not a necessity. It's just they want

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to be able to own a home right now.

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They don't want to save for it. They don't want to get together to save and try and do it. No, just let me pay something down. I'll pay the rest interest later.

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And there are those who will justify this as having a home as a necessity

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is it really, most people in the West don't own their own homes.

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Moving on to the last of the four principles to have fear where there's a warning

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the divine name Alba dia does not contain any director.

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However, just as a law can create an originate good, which could give us hope that we just talked about you can also create an originate relative evil, which will be for those who are currently successful in sin and disobedience and feel that they are getting away.

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Allah Tony tells us very clearly in Surah Shura when I saw Macomb member see button from Mr. Castle that Id

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oh yeah for antitheism.

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Whatever misfortune befalls you it is because of what your hands are burned, and a law pardons much.

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However, Elia informs us at the same time that he lets people were engaged in corruption go free for what might seem like a lifetime. However, no one gets away. It is all part of his wise long term plans for either their reformation or their punishment. This delay should not cause those suffering, to despair and question why? Or ask where is Allah?

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Allah his plans are firm and unshakable. As he explained, we're only law home in a KD Mateen. And I will give them time indeed, my plan is firm. So extra time may be given as a mercy, as it give some people an additional chance to think and decide as the events of their lives unfold. Whether to turn to righteous

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goodness and the truth of Islam or to become even more misguided. For others, it's simply more rope to hang themselves with. Though the masses might think that they're getting away with so much, due to their highly publicized lavish lifestyles, actually, they are only increasing the severity of punishment that they will receive in the end. Allow warns those who believe that they are untouchable, saying,

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Well, I saw Benalmadena careful.

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And Mr. newm Lila home highroller who are fairly unforeseen him into my gnome Lila home, Leah's dad, who is

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this believer should not think that my postponing their punishment is good for them. I only postpone punishment, that they may increase in sinfulness.

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And we have many cases of those who are opposed to Islam,

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who sought to destroy Islam

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in time turning around their own beliefs

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and coming to Islam.

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After being nudged by some factors in their life,

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had a lot of punish them right at the very beginning in their evil, then there would have been no chance that Chad's gave them a time and an opportunity to become good. So where we have cases

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where disbelievers and the criminals seem to

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not get punished, they continue in the evil.

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It is a law giving them time

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to increase and seal their fate.

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The extension is given by law to enemies of Islam in our time, like Trump's Muslim ban, design his imprisonment and torture of Palestinians. Myanmar military leaders slaughtering the ringers

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also means that the believers will have a have greater rewards and earn higher ranks in paradise through their struggles against oppression. de Soleil, the deer will originate and create the suitable just circumstances from whichever angle it is used. For the believers, it is always a win win situation.

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If God comes to them, Allah rewards them. And if evil does follow them, Allah rewards them.

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We all know the well known Hadith or Giovanelli Umbrella Movement in umbra, who Kulu

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la Salonica

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I hadn't learned movement, I believe is a fair is a wonderful thing. All of his affair is good. And that is not the case for anyone but I believe her if good comes to him is thankful in Sabah, whoa, Sara Shakur.

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And that was good for him. What kind of federal law when I saw but Who da sabar again, federal law

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and if that times before him, his patient, and thus, it was good for him.

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We're now close our session,

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calling on Allah, using his divine name Al Budhia.

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Yeah, Allah.

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Yeah, by the end. We know that you are the incomparable originator.

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make us of those who appreciate your gifts in the creation around us and within ourselves, make us of those who love and enjoy the variety. None of those become prejudice to those different from us. Yeah, but here, save us from the many traps of Satan leading to cursed theoretical innovations in Islam and make us among the defenders of the faith in its pristine purity. The Allah adorn us with complete faith and trust

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in your power.

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Adonis with trust in your power to create and originate what is best for us, always. I mean

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Serravalle Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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With that, we complete our

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class for today our session for today.

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So

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63

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Then number 85.

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And we'll now shift to our q&a

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to answer

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a few questions before closing, this was a long session.

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Actually, I was contemplating splitting it into two.

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But

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for fear of extending even longer that we need to extend I tried to do it all as one

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first of our questions from Abu Hassan

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What do you think about starting a project to collect all the sahih Hadith in one book

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or at least most of them

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again a man who missed the mother praying it

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behind any mom

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prayed behind an imam praying Isha.

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Two questions in two different directions all together

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the collection of the sahih Hadith into one

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series of books, one book is not going to do it, obviously, like the encyclopedia

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behind me series of books, that's what it's gonna take. It has been done

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and it has been printed already taken from say Buhari to have Muslim son an enemy the to not be that old. So then magia compiling them all together into one

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series complete

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separating out the repeating habits so you don't read the same IDs over and over again.

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But just keeping the one the first the one narration that is found taken from whichever the books is most complete.

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And I'm the law that Job has been completed.

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I was calling for it for a number of years and have the law

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very pleased to know that it has been completed. As for the person who missed praying mother behind the Imam

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any prions an imam praying Isha? Can you join praying mama?

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Well, it becomes problematic. Now. Technically, yes, you can join Maghreb Odisha, but you pray Margaret separately.

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And then immediately afterwards, you pray Aisha so in such a case, because you're going to run into a problem, you join him on the first rocker.

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And then on the third raka your prayers over from one of them, but you're going to do now

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is going to

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be continuing on another Raka. So then what do you do? And then people say, Well, maybe you should just sit there until he completes or whatever. It's confusion, to just pray or three to come in the masjid. Okay, if you want to pray or moderate before ish, obviously, they have started the prayer for Asia is praying, you know, relatively faster than you would normally pray. You know, you're praying by yourself anyway. So you can finish off your Muslim and then you join the Asia. at whatever point the Imam is even if he's on the last rock I joined

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the last rocker of Asia with him

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and then complete your fish our prayers with the other three remaining

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from our Instagramers

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Sarah my family wants me to marry my cousin was 10 years younger than me, what should I do?

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Well, there's nothing wrong with marrying a cousin who was 10 years younger than you. I mean, if you are a female, that might be you know, people might have issues etc. From the Sunnah problems or Salah married Khadija Khadija was how many years older than me. So, mine younger if it's a male manga, female was 10 years younger than of course we know that process and also my Asian you know, was many years younger than me. So in Islam, there's no issue about marrying somebody older or younger. You know, whatever people are fine with. It's perfectly okay.

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Question from Abdullah wire is reciting.

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This Jihad

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G Ha,

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little lady,

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I don't know what that is

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just after Takbeer during Salah. So now

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I never heard of this before. I don't believe it is from the Sonata

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just after the Takbeer when they when they when the Prophet SAW Selim said he that Carbaryl imam for Kambou. So if the Imam says Allahu Akbar, what do you say to say they do say, Allah Allah?

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That's what you need to do know what he had to watch?

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Definitely, that is not from the Sunnah. And if anything, it's been

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clearly

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and I have no idea what it actually means.

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Okay, from our sister grammars, is it sunnah to make the girl and guide talk when the parents meet as a part of proposal?

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It's okay, it's not against the Sunnah, that they can talk to the presence of their

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parents, etc. That's perfectly legitimate, they should communicate.

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JFIF Q rights writes, If Allah wanted to send Adam to this world, why was he first sent to heaven in the first place?

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Well,

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where he was sent where it was created,

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was within this world.

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It was not

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the paradise that we know at the end of this world.

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So the point is that, though it may have been

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like paradise, similarities, etc.

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And there may be some connection between the paradise of this world and the paradise of the World to Come.

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The point is that Allah created Adam in paradise, we could say,

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in the general sense, because that's where all human beings are to return to.

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Their they're created for Paradise. But some of us

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choose

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health, and we end up in hell.

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But, you know, there are different opinions as to where exactly Adam was created. You know, it's not crystal clear. Of course, Earth was taken from different parts of, you know, the world and put together for Adam such as quantit, some narrations

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you know, but he was sent out of paradise

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when he disobeyed a law, or that paradise,

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how could it be the Paradise? Allah knows best?

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So it's a this is one of the obscure areas. It's we don't have clear cut knowledge on it. And

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why? Because we don't need to know clearly.

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It's enough. What Elias said about Adams creation

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is

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disobedience, being tricked by Satan, etc. And we need to watch out for Satan.

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And this life

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was a consequence of what all I knew was going to happen.

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And it's part of the tests of this life that we all have to live

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to make the right

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choice based on what Allah has revealed for us.

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So

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to just answer your questions straight out, as you said it

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if Allah wanted to send Adam to this world, why was he sent to heaven in the first place? We can say it was sent to heaven in the first place, because that's where we are all

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created for us what we were created for. And somehow this process, as I mentioned authentically, this reason that places there in paradise for everybody and a place in hell for everybody.

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Those who end up in a place which was in paradise, they did so by their choices of Allah's grace, and those who ended up in hell, the place which was created for them.

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They can't blame anyone but themselves.

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Question from Zamyla Ahmed,

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ruling on mental training to control our dreams.

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So unless lucid dreams that halaal

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never heard of it. And controlling dreams is controlling what we have no control of.

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We don't have control of our dreams.

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Good dreams come from Allah. True dreams come from Allah.

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Bad dreams, evil dreams come from Shaytaan satanic sources,

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and garbled dreams. That's what comes from us.

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So maybe controlling those dreams, the garbled dreams, where you're here, there and everywhere.

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Everything is out of whack.

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It's a mixture of the Past, Present Future everything there.

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Process.

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These are from the ramblings of our mind of the author Allah.

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Perhaps

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this training might have some influence on that Allah knows best. Anyway.

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It's not something forbidden.

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But it may be a trick.

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Sounds more likely. You know, people selling

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tickets.

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Like the

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tickets that were sold for Paradise, the Pope's in the Middle Ages, they used to sell what they called papal indulgences.

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certificates signed, stamped sealed by the Pope, which guarantees you a place in paradise

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when you get there with it.

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So

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Instagram, as a woman, if I'm in a state of evolution, and accidentally non Mahan

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types, meanwhile, pray paying for my bills at the supermarket. Should they remake my model?

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No, it's not necessary.

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This is the opinion of the charter school. But it's not

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correct. The wives of the Prophet saw some related that he gets them and went and led Salah. So if touching a woman after having made will do Brexit will do that, you know.

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I'm saying this is this is the point is for both men and women. This principle is for both men and women. Right so if the Prophet SAW Salem and made will do then he kissed his wife and let's allow it means he had no do.

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So whether you're a female or a male those principles apply equally. So we know from the practice of the process alum that this is not the case. So this is not correct.

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question.

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Last question.

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Be happy and live long.

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That's the name of the person not to question

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the person following your Hanafi madhhab.

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Miss prayers now trying to compensate all prayers

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missed

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can practice the shaft a must have instead,

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since the shop is don't require you to do all the prayers that you missed set of the Hanafi madhhab.

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This is the whole issue is that

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you don't have to make up all the prayers that you have missed in your life. You know, people have turned this into a business. You know, there are certain shapes that will do it, do special prayers for you, which will make up for all your prayers. You don't have to do them. Just pay him some money and he doesn't for you.

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This is all nonsense. The Prophet SAW Salem did not instruct people to make up for all the prayers the test.

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So

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he missed the prayers. We did so deliberately. You abandoned prayer. Perhaps you went into Cofer at that time. And you need to make your shahada over again, if that's where your mind was, whatever your head was, you know, if it's just thought of negligence or ignorance, whatever, then you just asked us for forgiveness you make

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you know prayer Toba.

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ask Allah to forgive you. And then from there, make sure you may make all of your prayers

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Chava

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so when that come to the end, for today, hum the Lowry managed to complete the session

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baccala Fico. So I bid you all farewell.

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Pray that the session was useful.

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Baraka lafay COMM

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so I need to lie when I got to

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the m&e law