In the Names of Allah – 65 – al-Muheet – The All-Encompassing (Name 88)

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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I'd like to welcome you to this hour 65th session

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our name number 88.

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I'll moderate

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the all encompassing and as is our usual practice

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we will recognize those who are regular students, visitors, etc. Who send in their

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well wishes well wishes,

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like delphic, let me know, give salaams

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from Ghana

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and he mentioned that he's also benefiting from 1 million scholarships for African use program.

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There is his benefit benefiting from the scholarship.

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May Allah

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give you success, to graduate and that scholarship make a difference in the life of your family, yourself, your community Sharla

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we also have from sisters Aida, Sha.

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She sends her greetings also.

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well wishes for healthy and long life Same to you and sent to all those who are present with us, as well as those who are absent.

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And from the servant of Allah.

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He or she sends greetings

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and wishes. Allah's blessings on the OMA

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from our servants of Allah from Nairobi, Kenya.

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That is Zaira Shah also from Australia sends her readings

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Baraka lafay Calm welcome

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Abu Bakar

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as well as

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on tanks

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so they come

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and my journey to Islam.

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Our they come to you also from Pennsylvania,

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as well as salaams coming from Kelantan, Malaysia baccala fie calm

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and amongst our

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we send greetings back to

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names are popping up too fast summary for summer Muslimah Mansa Musa of Ghana

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and Sufi as he from Kashmir

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and mirror rock, man say it

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and imagine John from Bangladesh

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and Archie bye bye from India. So I'm from India and blue sea Ghana slams

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as well as Ziffer do my should

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I like them Salam, Faisal maboob

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Scheffel Han,

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greetings to all of you. And inshallah

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we'll move on now to our

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main program, the main part of our program, which is the actual name of Allah, which we'll be covering in this session and more heat.

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So without any further ado,

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we will move on

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and begin

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Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah al Karim. Allah Ali was hobby for many Stan Nebby Suniti laomi Dean,

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this is session 65

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and the name of Mohit is name number 88 In the series,

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meaning the all encompassing all pervading

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and in terms of its Quranic location,

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it is mentioned in eight different places

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In the Quran

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among them and so Ali Imran verse 120, when suspiro with a Taku Leia do Recoome cadeaux home share in the LA Habima Yama, Luna, Mohit, but if you are patient and maintain righteousness, their schemes will not harm you in the least

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Allah comprehends all that they do encompasses all that they do

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in terms of the meaning, linguistically Mohit comes from the quadrilateral route Alif ha Wow

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and it's verbal noun is it Hapa

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it's try literal route

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is Hi Wow ball. And it's verbal noun is how,

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how to

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it has three main meanings, the first of which

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is that of surrounding

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and the second of which is pervading

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and comprehending

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the third meaning is to encompass and to envelop

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and Mohit is the present participle of the more friend pattern for quadrilateral verbs.

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This route appears some 24 or 28 times in the Quran, in 3d derived forms. Examples of these forms are a higher thought

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has encompassed will surround more head tone, encompassing

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your head to now, they will encompass they will surround relative to Allah being Alamo sheets means that he encompasses the whole of creation

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is knowledge, power, mercy and dominion encompasses all things.

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And all beings are under his control.

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There is no hiding or escaping from his encompassing attributes in essence,

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this is due to the perfection of his knowledge and power over all things.

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And the non existence of in attentiveness, carelessness or weakness on his part,

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linguistically more shaped and once here are closely related in meaning and both include vastness and compressing and comprehension was being among the last names also.

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Both attributes of Allah represent are represented in Alamo heat and Alaska

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they imply that there is nothing beyond him

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nothing is hidden from him and his knowledge and power are all encompassing.

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What the law he math is somehow it when I fill out what can Allahu be Cooley Shay in Mohito.

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To allow belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on earth. And the law surrounds all things when besides first 126

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On most occasions in the Quran, Allah uses the route how thought surrounding in the context of Allah's encompassing knowledge, specifically, how he encompasses both the seen and the unseen in his infinite knowledge and how the creation encompasses only that which he allows it to

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in terms of the application according to even Bach Paul's four principles

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the first of which is to adopt where applicable

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in the case of the divine name I'll Oct implications of perfect knowledge and power contained in it covers all of creation, in a way that human beings cannot even dream of attaining.

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However, the divine name is applicable on a limited human scale whereby the believers are encouraged to be knowledgeable

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as well as and being encouraged to be physically and spiritually strong.

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Because on one hand, knowledge is the key feature of encompassing of Allah its creation, encompassing His creation, it's through his knowledge, as well as through his power control over everything.

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So if we go ahead and look at

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being knowledgeable

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as being one of the ways by which we can apply this divine name and the attributes contained in it to ourselves.

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The Divine Name of sheet addresses and expresses a laws infinite knowledge, which encompasses everything in his creation.

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From the perspective of human beings among Allah's creatures, whom he made superior to the rest. They are encouraged by this divine name, and its accompanying divine attributes to encompass whatever little knowledge Allah has permitted them.

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Liar Hey, tuna, vishay, Minh, Elmi, Illa de Masha.

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They cannot grasp any of his knowledge, except as He wills to Al Baqarah verse 255, to corsi.

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Prophet Muhammad, Hassan Sanlam, underscored the importance of acquiring knowledge by making the pursuit of knowledge a religious obligation on all Muslims.

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He said, fallible enemy fareeda ala equally Muslim, seeking knowledge is a religious duty and obligation on every Muslim.

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So seeking knowledge here means seeking sufficient knowledge to comprehensively know Islam.

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enough knowledge because where do we draw the lines and the limits?

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How much knowledge should we seek? Well, we need to seek enough to comprehensively know Islam in order to be able to practice it correctly, and teach it to others under our care and our responsibility.

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That goal is derived from the fact that the Prophet SAW Sanlam informed us that to learn the Quran and teach it to others makes us the best of Muslims of man, if not fun quoted him as saying Heroku Manta animal Khurana one llama, the best view are those who learn the Quran and teach it to others. But we always need to note that the point here to remember, we should not forget, is that the Prophet SAW Selim said the Best of those who learn the Quran

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and not specifically those who memorize the Quran because these are two different things they may be combined. A person may memorize the Quran and learn it also. But they may learn it and not having and not having memorized it. As the Sahaba used to say, in their time anyone among them who memorize swirl Batara was called half if

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today half it means you have memorized the whole cry.

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And they further said that they used to learn the Quran 10 verses at a time. And they wouldn't proceed to the next 10 verses until they learned the knowledge in them and then attempted to implement it. Consequently, this is how we can apply the Divine Name and machines

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relatively relative to seeking and grasping knowledge on a basic level.

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However, the encompassing of knowledge, which involves a comprehensive and vast understanding is another level altogether.

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That requires us to make a special effort to dig deeper in order to develop a mastery of a subject or the subjects of Islamic knowledge.

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This level is even more praiseworthy than the first

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As the Prophet SAW Salem was quoted by muawiya, to have said, May utility level be higher than you, who 15 If Allah wants to do extra good for a person, he gives him or a deeper understanding of religion or a deep understanding of the religion.

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Anyone who sincerely seeks knowledge on the basis

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striving to the higher level,

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not just the basic understanding

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will have his or her reward,

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the same ultimate reward of all forms of worship.

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That is Jana, the province all sudden them clearly promised paradise for those who sincerely seek knowledge. I've already quoted the processor my saying, Man silica today upon your time is Sophie elmen. Sahil Allah who know today con lol Jana.

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Allah makes the path to paradise easy for whoever takes that path in which he or she seeks to obtain knowledge. So it's a bad

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whatever makes the path to paradise easy has to be a form of Ibadah consequently, Allah declared that only the knowledgeable are truly mindful of him and furia

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which are among the two main goals of worship

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in Nehemiah shall law Ha Min a body hill or Lama.

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From among Allah servants, it's only the people of knowledge who truly fear him.

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And to further emphasize the importance of having knowledge Allah invites us to reflect on the obvious that the knowledgeable and the ignorant are not equal in a site called Hollister will Medina and Yama Liu Yan Amona. And in ally Allah moon.

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Ask them

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are those who know equal to those who don't know

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that Sora Zuma verse nine.

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According to the companion of Buddha, the Prophet SAW Salem further emphasized the superiority of those with knowledge over the ignorance saying the superiority of the Learn man over the devout is like that of the moon on the night when it is full over the rest of stars.

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The acquisition of knowledge involves two parties, the teacher and the student.

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From this perspective, it is very important that special honor and respect be given to teachers and students. I will Herrera also culture the process elements praising teachers and students saying

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Allah in the dunya Mallanna indeed, this world is cursed mela Oh none are my own attune mafia.

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And whatever in it is also cursed in law, the Quran law except for the remembrance of Allah, well, my wife, Allah and whatever helps to do that. Why Lehman was Alima

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and the knowledgeable person, the island scholar, the teacher, and the student

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we should also remember that our knowledge has its limits.

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We will only be able to encompass the small portion of Allah is infinite, all encompassing knowledge, which allow allows us to receive and grasp.

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The majority of our worries are based on hopes for future events, which may or may not occur, and disappointment regarding unfulfilled expectations from past events.

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The Alamo, my band ID mama Hongfa home. Well I say to an A B Ilma. Allah knows what is ahead of them and what is behind them, the future and the past. And they cannot encompass it in their knowledge through a thorough verse 110.

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So there's no need to be anxious about the future.

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There's no need to worry about the unknown. We should accept that Al Mohit Allah Subhana Allah will

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To reveal to us all the knowledge that we need to navigate our way successfully through this life.

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So there is no need to be anxious and apprehensive about the future, as we will never know with certainty what will happen tomorrow, except through prophetic prophecies, or true dreams, which will only know are true when they actually happen.

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for adoption, or application is that we be physically and spiritually strong. The Divine Name and machines

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also addresses and expresses a laws infinite power and strength, which encompasses everything in his creation.

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From the perspective of human beings are among the last creatures whom we made superior to the rest, and to all creatures

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who were subjected to a lot to human beings by Allah. They are encouraged by this divine name and its accompanying divine attributes to be strong, based on whatever power and strength Allah has granted them.

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Prophet Muhammad wa sallam reiterated this concept by praising the superiority of the strong believer over the week, were quoted him as saying, a movement on Cali Chiron wa Hubzu la Ilahi mental movement and dive off equaling higher.

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The strong believer is better and more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, though there's good in both of them.

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Therefore, it is possible for us to apply the Divine Name and machines by being firm believers and strong Muslims in all the most important aspects of strength and firmness, whether physical, mental, emotional, moral, psychological, and, most importantly, spiritual.

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on a physical level, we should be healthy and physically strong enough to be able to defend ourselves, our families and our communities from physical harm

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and to perform the various acts of physical, formal worship like our daily prayers, fasting, pilgrimage, etc.

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The Prophet SAW Selim used to horse race and camel race with his companions

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and footrace with his wives. He also even wrestled some of his contemporaries. On one occasion aboubaker significant Omar

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YBNL Hapa, both when looking for the prophesy salah, and they've saw him finally sign approaching them from a valley in a dangerous area.

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hoping he was not troubled by anyone, they quickly ran to him and asked a messenger of ALLAH, why did you go there and own there's a very strong and great enemy of Islam who lives in that area. The Robins Isola, smiled and responded to them. Why should I worry about to Ghana, when Allah is constantly with me,

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he then related to them. that regard I had met him and challenged him to a wrestling match, that he had accepted and defeated Ruana, throwing him to the ground three times. After that, his two companions express their happiness. And one of them said Ricardo was such a powerful wrestler that no one had ever thrown him down before. This was something only the Messenger of Allah would have accomplished.

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on a mental level, we should be securely and religious, the educated sufficiently enough to become productive members of society.

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We need to gain sufficient knowledge and training in order to fulfill our religious and worldly obligations. It means, for example, that we need to acquire religious knowledge of when the car is obligatory on us, as well as the mathematical ability to calculate how much the car we need to pay.

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However, knowledge has many branches and numerous levels. Consequently, it is necessary to prioritize the various branches in order to acquire the most important areas of knowledge before the less important areas. For example, it is more important that we have female specialists in gynecology

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and male specialists in prostate

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Cancer, as these fields are practices, which are gender appropriate,

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inappropriate if males specialize in gynecology, and inappropriate females specialize in prostate cancer. That's in general of course, as doctors, they will learn about both areas. But today, we can hardly find sufficient female gynecologist, and many of the leading gynecologist sutra in the world are males, which is problematic compromising for Muslim women who are obliged to cover in the presence of non Muslim males.

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Of course, in the case of necessity where there is no other option, then we do what we have to do, but this is something we should strive to avoid. So, we strengthen the areas of knowledge which are particular to women, we should give them the fullest opportunities. In fact, there are even areas of knowledge which Muslims are advised to avoid altogether. Muslims are encouraged to seek and gain knowledge for its societal benefit. rather than seeking knowledge for the sake of knowledge, which is a common

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way of looking at seeking knowledge in the West.

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This concept is based on the prophetic Maxim in which Jabir ibn Abdullah, quoted the Prophet SAW Salama saying, Cairo nice and far holiness the best of people are those who benefit most beneficial to other people. Consequently, he also taught his followers to seek refuge in Allah from useless knowledge, saying Allahumma inni, our older becoming elmen ly and far Oh Allah, I seek refuge in You from knowledge, which is of no benefit.

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On an emotional level, we should be psychologically well equipped to handle or control our myriad of emotions, love, hate, worry, disappointment, happiness, sadness, etc. And to display the best moral characteristics in all our varying interactions with a lot of creatures. To clarify this point, the Prophet SAW, Selim was quoted by Abu Huraira, saying, let's surely do this surah in the MA a shady do a lady yam Liko NAFSA who and the other

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the true strong man isn't this winning West wrestler,

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but he is the one who controls himself in times of anger. This is true emotional strength. In the past, Western medicine suggested that it was better for those upset to shout than to scream and to let their frustrations all come out. Rather than bottling them within themselves, they found this was harmful.

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In fact, some companies even decorated special rooms with breakable contents,

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which people would pay money to enter and smash up all the contents to pieces.

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However, later on, research showed that in times of extreme anger, very small blood vessels called capillaries burst in our brains. So it is, in fact harmful, physically and emotionally for us to explode. The total opposite of what they were saying earlier, true strength lies in acquiring the various emotional tools necessary to control all forms of bad characteristics, bad manners, and bad behavior.

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The foundation of it all is patience, which is accessible to every human being, regardless of how they believe they were born or raised. Sometimes I was just born, you know, short tempered,

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easy to get angry.

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Without any patience, that's how I was born. Actually, we weren't born like that. But we may have developed in that way. And even if to some degree, we had an inclination towards impatience.

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The Prophet SAW Salem advised that patients could be acquired by principle of repeated practice making things perfect.

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He was reported to have said, well made

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sub u sub bitter hula? Well my aura tea I don't I thought and Hiren we're outside minutes Sobor

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whoever pretends to be patient allow grants him or her patients. For no one has been given a better and more comprehensive gift than patients.

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We are all able to outwardly pretend to be patient, while inwardly imploding with impatience,

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there is no doubt that by making repeated and constant external shows of patience, this mighty and powerful emotional level of intelligence can eventually be acquired by any and everyone

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on a spiritual level.

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We should clearly and deeply understand and implement the faith based religious teachings like fasting, the Chi etc.

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We should do that properly and consistently, in order for them to have a strong direct and beneficial impact on our hearts and our souls.

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The internalization of our understanding becomes the driving force for strong faith based on fundamental principles of mindfulness.

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Mindfulness of God

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with that recall in Arabic Taqwa

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real strength of faith, is a direct product of our level of God consciousness after the first pillar of Islam, which defines who God really is, the only God worthy of our worship. The next four pillars practically implement the first pillar in various aspects of our daily lives. The remaining four begin with Salah formal ritual prayer,

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if we're not doing it, as the prophets I send them instructed us to do it, we will remain emotionally lacking and spiritually weak.

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The prophets I send them gave a very simple instruction which sums up simply how that proper formal ritual of prayer needs to be made.

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an illustrious disciple of the prophesy someone by the name of Abu Aiyoo but Ansari

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related that on one occasion a man came to the Prophet SAW Salem and asked all Messenger of Allah, teach me Islam, but be brief.

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The Prophet SAW Selim replied profoundly to him saying

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either counter feasts or lotic for suddenly salata MOBA day, if you get up to pray, pray a farewell prayer. Meaning that when you perform your prayer, you should feel as if this is the last prayer you will ever make before leaving this world.

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If we achieved that mindset, it will cause us to pray in the best way possible. With full humility, sincerity and calmness. It is the taqwa prayer. The prayer infused with mindfulness of God in every aspect. It will be a prayer in which one remains fully conscious of Allah from beginning to end. From Takbeer, saying Allahu Akbar, Allah is greater than everything, to the ending we call Tasleem, which is saying Salaam Alaikum, to our right and to our left, or just simply salovaara. Come to our right, the last words of the prayer.

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This is the prayer in which every word uttered and every verse recite it is done with utmost care and the deepest reflection.

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One blessed to achieve such a prayer, even one time

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will never rest until he or she repeats that experience, time and time again.

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May Allah bless us all to experience this prayer of enlightenment, also known as the epiphany prayer.

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We should also be firm

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in following the right path, the divine name Elmo sheet. The encompassing

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should also inspire us to hold on firmly to our religion at all times.

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And to be determined to follow the straight path with the correct understanding of Islam

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for staying

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firmly on the straight path of Islam

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requires us to hold on firmly to the Quran and the Sunnah, as stated by the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in a well known Hadith in which he said talk to FICO membrane.

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lend to the loo ma Temasek to be Hema Kitab Allah He was Sunita, maybe I've left with you two things. If you hold on firmly to them, you will never go straight the book of Allah and the Sunnah of his prophets. Somebody was

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without a firm hold on the foundations of Islam, the rest of the religion becomes shaky, and chaotic,

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and becomes a picture of cherry picking.

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Taking what we like, and leaving what we don't like just picking one from here there whatever.

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This is not how religion was meant to be followed.

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The second principle

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to confirm were unique and in applicable.

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What do we find of the deviant sex?

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In extreme Shiite beliefs regarding the Imams knowledge, they have given them, knowledge from here, there and everywhere.

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One writer by the name of Mohammed, even Mahmoud,

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he wrote a book

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on an Fatima it's called Fatima, Lady of light, very popular amongst Shiites.

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In this book,

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he writes that on the day when Prophet Muhammad SAW Salah went to see Ali ibn Abi Talib, discussing on the day of his birth when he was born.

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Ali greeted him, told him Salaam Alaikum and started reciting the Quran. He puts in this book The Holy Quran, although it had not till then been revealed.

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This is their thinking.

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According to them,

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their Imams have other sources of knowledge besides the Quran and the Sunnah Alka Laney intitled a sub chapter

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in Kitab alhaja.

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On mention of the page,

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the site decipher the collection

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the Fatima must have

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under the sub chapter heading, he quoted Abu Basir

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as saying that on one occasion when he visited Abu Abdullah that's Imam Jafar Assad.

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He said to him, that his mom job for supposedly said we the moms have to decipher.

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You know what the cipher is? I will miss her house what is the cipher?

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He replied,

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a pot made of skin.

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It contains the knowledge of the prophets and the whole alpha

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the knowledge of this savant and the Israelites of the past.

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He then went on to say, we also have most have the most half of Fatima Do you know what the most half of Fatima is?

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I will bless her us know what is it?

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He said it contains three times as much as what is mentioned in your most Huff.

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Yet in it, there is not even one letter from your client.

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They went on further

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indicate that the knowledge of the Imams was even greater than that of the prophets.

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Allah Collini related in his book

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that's also lol Caffee

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a tell story, which

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was focused on the imams in which he said that God in His Highness

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specialized Imams by sciences and knowledge which he did not allow prophets apostles and angels to access.

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And this is clear from a tale related by Abu Abdullah supposedly related Imam jofra sodic

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where he supposedly said,

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God, Glory to His Name has two classes of knowledge. One he allowed his angels, prophets and apostles to know

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while he allowed his angels, prophets and apostles

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what he allowed them to know. We the moms have already learned.

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The other

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class of knowledge

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is kept by God for himself.

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If he considers to pass on some of it, he tells us the Imams about it, by exposing it to the Imams who were before us.

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You know, Sunil Caffee, the book of Alka Laney that's like they say Buhari for

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the Shiites.

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They teach that the Imams visit the throne of God, a lot thrown on Fridays.

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And they're they're supposedly learned science and knowledge from the divine personality himself from align himself.

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In this way, Glenn in aerates, from Abu Yahia as an attorney at Abu Abdullah, that's mam Jaffa sodden said to him or Abuja.

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On Friday nights, we the Imams have an experience, how great indeed that experiences

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all the souls of the dead prophets of the dead, the moms, and that of the present Imam are called up to be lifted

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up into the heavens.

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When they reach the holy throne, they go around it, they make tau off of it for a week, and pray to units of prayer at every pillar of the throne.

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After this, they are ordered back to their respective bodies. So prophets get up in the morning full of pleasure. And the presence Imam gets up with augmented knowledge to a great extent.

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They also claim that the Imams know the time of their death.

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In the Sunil Caffee.

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There's a chapter entitled, The moms know when they're to die, and they only die when they choose.

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They also claim that the moms have knowledge of people's destinies, and Collini relates on the authority of law even didn't do that he received a letter from the eighth Imam Ali ibn Musa

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That letter supposedly said To begin,

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we were the people of Muhammad's house

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and his inheritors, we are the trustees of Allah on on His earth. We possess knowledge of the people's afflictions and their destinies and knowledge of the genealogies of the Arabs, and also the place of birth of Islam.

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On casting a single glance on a man

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just to look at him for a moment for any of the moms to look at another human being for a moment.

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We can tell whether he or she is a true believer or a hypocrite. They can read what is in our souls.

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They also claim that they are knowledge of the future or Nicolini quoted use of

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a Tamar I sang

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one day while I was sitting with a group of Shiites in hedger, Ismail, that's the back portion of the Kaaba,

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which does not have a wall just has a

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low does not. It's not enclosed in the four corners of the Kaaba. It used to be a part of the cabinet in the past, when the gobble was rebuilt in the time of the Prophet saw some of them they ran shorter funding and so they just left a lower wall indicate where the rest of the Kaaba was.

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while they were sitting with

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Ma'am jofra saga

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according to them,

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the boom job has said we are being spied upon.

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We turn to our right into our left. This is what use of alta mar a Tamar said,

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we turn to our right and to our left, but found no one there. So he said, we're not being spied upon. He exclaimed three times by the Lord of the Kaaba, the lord of his house. Had I been with Moses and Heather, I would have told both of them that I'm more knowledgeable than both of them. And I would have told them about things which had not yet happened to them.

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Moses and Elkader

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peace be upon them both. Were only granted knowledge of the past. They were not given knowledge of the future,

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what is present and what is to be inherited until the hour of resurrection comes.

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In another narration, and Kalani quotes,

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and how does even Oliveira

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from a group of Shiite narrators who claim that Imam jofra sodded also said, Certainly I possess knowledge of all that is in the heavens and the earth. I know what is in paradise and inhaled Furthermore, I know the past and the future

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imam or scholar

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Muhammad Ryda and Muzaffer Mustafa

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wrote under a heading in his book

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you know about the basic pillars of belief

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in Shiite Islam.

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He wrote the statement

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under the heading doctrine of the attributes of the Imam, and knowledge of the Imam.

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His book was published in Iran

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so it's a well reputed text.

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Anyway, he said there, we maintain that the powers of the moms to receive inspiration

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I've reached the highest degree of excellence and we say that it is a divinely given power. By this we mean the Imam is able to understand information about anything anywhere and at any time.

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He understands by means of this divinely given power at once, without recourse to methodological reasoning, or guidance from a teacher

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calculate any other chapter

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in soil coffee

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Kitab and Hajah.

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Would you said the moms can know anything whenever they wish.

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And he quotes a tradition from Abu Arabiya, a Shami, the demand job for sodic said in Al Imam, either Shah, and Yalom Ali. Indeed, if the Imam wishes to know anything, he knows it.

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So any attempt to give the divine attributes of the name and Mohit

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the one whose knowledge encompasses everything, any attempt to give that name and its attributes to human beings, even to the prophets, Allah Salah is totally unacceptable, and reprehensible.

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In order to prevent this from happening among mainstream Muslims, Allah instructed the Prophet SAW Salem to state categorically that he didn't have knowledge of the Unseen thereby providing proof to the prophets companions and to all generations of Muslims will come before the end of the world.

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Allah said well, to the Prophet SAW Selim to say, we'll come to our lemon love Eva. Let's Teixeira to Minal higher, well, my must Sunny is Sue. And if I knew the unseen, I would have acquired much

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Wealth and no harm would have touched me to allow offers 188.

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The fact that it is impossible for us to know such details means that we will always need to gather sufficient information before making decisions and passing judgments.

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The believers should be regularly applying Allah's divine name and Mohit in their lives. By not being too quick to judge people.

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By seven backbiting should not be a source of knowledge, as they're not only sinful, but they commonly lead to incorrect and harmful judgments.

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Instead, we should know our limitations. gather the necessary reliable information in order to in order to properly know and understand the situations which arise in our lives.

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Were often too quick to judge others. But the fact is that we lacked knowledge about the inner reality of things only ally Mohit has the complete knowledge, our instincts and feelings shouldn't be the basis for important decisions. Therefore, we should always be very careful, judging others and not only in the case of criticizing them but also ensuring them with praise.

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

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the principles of the four principles have been bought by

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the Divine Name and Mohit carries with it a divine promise that when people miss judge our intentions, we can find comfort in the fact that most importantly, Allah knows our true intentions. The reality is that some people will always wrongly accuse us of things we didn't do. And we may be unable to defend our case. And consequently our rights may be be taken away.

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But we should rest assured that the law knows

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who are right and who are wrong.

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And whatever the case may be, he will make it right in the end. If not before

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Ramadan Salam had said that if a judge ruled unjustly in the favor of your opponent, and he is awarded some of your property, he should know that he was only given a piece of the Hellfire.

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So we need to shed tears and become depressed when cheated and oppressed but rather stay firm and patient knowing that Allah and Mohit knows the reality and he will write the wrong either in this life or at the end of this world. That is his commitment. When he said, Well, I have Limra Buka.

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The Lord will not be unjust to anyone who are cough, verse 49.

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Thus, sincerely applying the Divine Name and more heat in our lives will bring us peace and contentment. In the worst of times, it can stabilize our faith when it has been shaken by seemingly undeserved trials and tribulations.

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The believers also find additional strength and encouragement in the oft quoted authentic hadith on trials in which Syed reported that he once asked the Prophet SAW Selim who among the humankind had the most trials, and the Prophet SAW Selim replied, and Ambia someone Umfeld. From

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the profits than those most likely, then those most likely them.

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A man or woman is tested according to the level of their faith. Their faith is firm their trials increase in severity and if there is weakness in their faith, they will be tried accordingly.

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May Allah make us of those who may lie especially chosen as a result of our trials?

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Fourth and last principle of Eben Batal, the 12th century and the Lucien

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Muslim scholar

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is to fear where there is a warning.

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The Divine Name, Alamo hit like all the names which speak about different aspects of a lot of missions, like Aleem and Masirah SunAir Latif,

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it contains

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A warning to Allah's creatures that nothing wrong or evil escapes Allah's knowledge. So all wrongdoing will be punished

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or appropriately forgiven. No one will escape Allah's punishment except those whom ally excuses forgives and violence.

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So since we're all sinners, it will ultimately be a loss grace and mercy that will carry us to paradise and not our good deeds by themselves.

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Now the encompassing the Hatha that we spoke about from this name, and what it

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includes also the encompassing of the Hellfire a lot of talks about the Hellfire as being more Shiite also

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this Taji Luna aka Bella Gabby, we're in a Johanna namah namah Heaton they'll caffeine. Allah says in surah Lanka book verse 54.

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And they dare you to speed up the punishment but hell will engulf the disbelievers.

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And swirl calm verse 29

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in utter denial zali Mina Na, a how Bobby him Surah Depoe ha. I've prepared for the unjust a Fire whose curtains will surround them.

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These and other similar warnings should cause the believers to fear the consequence of their evil deeds and motivate them to decrease their bad deeds as much as possible.

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On one occasion, the Prophet SAW Selim drew our attention to a reality that as human beings we constantly sin

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however, we can remove the stain of our sins by sincere repentance. In fact, if we didn't sin and turn back to Allah is seeking His forgiveness. A lot, Mohit would have replaced us with others.

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Why are you alone? Sorry, and I'm aware of both courts of the province as element saying, by the one whose hands

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my soul lies. If you did not commit sins, the law would sweep you out of existence and replace you with another people would commit sins ask Allah's forgiveness, and he would forgive them.

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However, we must always strive to not be encompassed by our sins by making our good deeds outweigh our bad deeds.

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Allah said

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Bala man cassava say Yeah, well I have taught to be here how to to try hula cause hobble nary, comfy have holiday. Yes, whoever earns evil and the sins of encompassing those are the Companions of the Fire, they will abide therein eternally.

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One of the most powerful ways of preventing our sins from outweighing our good deeds is to immediately follow up our bad days with a good deed as one good deed erases 10 evil deeds. For example, if we have gossiped about someone, once we realize our error, we should immediately ask the Lord's forgiveness and straightaway make sincere dua for that person.

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This divine name of Mohit, which, as we explained earlier, identifies and addresses human needs to gather detailed information by striving to encompass available knowledge. Also, indirectly it contains a warning of severe punishment for those in positions around 40, who make judgments without gathering sufficient evidence, thereby causing injustice to prevail. The Prophet saw a son that was reported to him said, there are three types of judges to any hellfire and one in paradise. One who knowingly judges on justly, he knows what's right and he judges against it.

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He will be in the fire.

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One who, without knowledge, destroys people's rights will also be in the fire. He had no knowledge. He was made a judge, you know, honorary judge, and he took it on to be a real judge, and he started making ruling rulings on people.

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He destroys himself and he destroys the people.

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So he will be in the hellfire.

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Only the one who judges justly will be in paradise.

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only those of us who have been put in positions of authority have to be very careful to make judgments, not based on favoritism and friendships, but based purely on justice and fairness. Without we'll close our session with our da using the Divine Name and we'll hit yeah Allah yeah Mohit, we know that you encompass all things with your knowledge and power. So make us knowledgeable of your religion and bless us to act upon his teachings in order to produce good deeds and avoid evil deeds. Yama*a.

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Give us strength physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually to practice and defend our deen your religion against its detractors. Yeah, Allah. Help us to make the farewell prayer and to achieve proper mindfulness of you most Hi

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yah, Mohit

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prevent our sins from encompassing us and enveloping us

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instead envelop us in your mercy and your grace. Yeah, Allah, save us from being surrounded by the walls of the hellfire

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and grant us a place in your paradise. I mean

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have come to the end of our session.

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And we'll close it.

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So that's why they come around Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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We're now shift back to our

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As is our normal practice

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and try to answer some of the questions that have come from you

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as much as time permits.

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So Phil, let me know, Chef, please, if a woman wants to pay back, previous fasting, but it's forgotten the exact number she has missed? What will she do? Ask Allah's forgiveness and do what you remember?

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My next question is, will someone who lives in an area when there are no Muslims, and pray in a masjid alone? Get the rewards of praying in JAMA?

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If they had the intention of praying in JAMA they'll get the rewards of praying in JAMA

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Khan saw him I want to study at Medina University. What do you advise? How can we get just care from you? Well, you can't get this care from me unless you are one of my students. So I don't I'm not in the business of writing test kids for anyone and everyone would like to ski you'd like it to scare scare means a recommendation for the student you know so how are you going to recommend somebody who don't even know

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this would be scared xuer A false scare

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in terms of applying to Medina

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you know you can go online media University has their

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online portals where you can register there and if you're accepted you can go there to study.

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In the meantime, I advise you and others like you who may be interested in studying Islamic studies to join my university, the International Open University and study there in the meantime, because it's likely that you may not get accepted in your first attempt you may have to make many attempts some people wait wait 234 years before they finally get accepted. So as to not lose that time. My advice with you to you would be to join up in the National University.

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We have our course in the Sula Deen are the fundamentals of Islam religion,

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you know

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and Arabic which inshallah you can benefit from and it will help you also in your studies in Medina if you made it to India.

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In terms of our

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Instagramers we have a few questions

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Can we touch the feet of elder, elder elderly person to show respect and to, to do do after them?

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Well, if touching the feet

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doesn't involve prostration

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some people

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prostrate at the feet of their parents, and this is Hindu tradition.

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They prostrated the feet of the parents and when questioned about it, so we're just touching their feet

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for Baraka,

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Islamically it should be avoided. If it's touching, like you're sitting up and you touch their feet, you want to massage your feet or whatever. That's perfectly fine.

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Second question, is it possible to see angels?

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Is it possible to see angels Well, angels in human form?

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And then you won't know that they were Angel.

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And as in the case of Gibreel, when he came to the Prophet SAW Salem and asked him about Islam, what is the man

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know what was your son, well known Hadith sahih. Muslim,

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in which Angel Gabriel had come in, in the human form.

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People didn't realize that it was an angel.

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So that's happened in the time of the Prophet Muhammad, Salah

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wasn't a regular occurrence. Like he used to have meetings with the angels and Sahaba is to see him and none. So I mean, that was a miracle, from a last Madonna that he was able and she allowed companions to see him in human form.

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we have to beware of those who are then going to start running around saying, Well, I have an angel who comes to my home and

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sweeps it's

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you know, whatever I need done he goes and gets it for me.

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Or somebody will say that I bought the gin

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beware of such stories

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failure by Saleem is it compulsory to observe fast before Shabbat. No, it's not compulsory, if you wish to do so you can be mish duranie If animals don't go to heaven, and there is no test for them. Why do they suffer from diseases and pain

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they're suffering are tests for us what will we do we try to help them to heal them to protect them etc or we'll just ignore them.

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So this is where the test becomes a test for us

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by a Sikh said what are the

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what are the limits of physical strength for women

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and they become bodybuilders

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I don't know what what are the limits of physical strength

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whatever is permissible

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which hasn't been prohibited

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they can do

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of course

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not in public exposing themselves to body parts and all this none of we're talking about no and clubs private which is all women's whatever someone so they want to you know, work out, run on the treadmill or whatever. No harm flowers, they're not exposing their our,

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to others, other women.

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And the hour for women among women is different from the ROI of women among men should be clear about that. Shift when basit said that the hour for women among women is between the navel and the knee.

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Others include just area also but because women have to breastfeed and all this

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stronger position seems to be navel to knee as Schiffman buys

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from Instagram

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can you please explain sama Baja

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explains a lot to do her.

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Best to google it

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you know

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salami Schrock

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is called by different names. But anyway, it's so solid done in the early morning after sunrise, before the whore not close to the time of door it may be praying when the sun is

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meridian, the middle of the sky.

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it may be as many rockets as you wish. There's no specified amount that should be done. But it's it's a voluntary prayers recommended voluntary prayers.

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Zahra asks, What do you think is the easiest way we can memorize the Quran with full understanding of the verses?

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What if you do it 10 verses at a time as the Sahaba used to? That's probably the easiest way

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to memorize 10 verses you read the Tafseer of those 10 verses they move on to the next

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from the Instagrammers Is there such thing as spiritually positive halaal music

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spiritually positive halaal music

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The music which has been permitted by the Prophet SAW Salem whether it's the beating of death like instruments, drums,

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tambourine type

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the voice

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with its limitations.

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Kids singing

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where music is not accompanied by musical instruments,

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the well known ones,

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then it becomes helpful, especially if the content of the music, those were singing whatever.

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If that content is halaal, then it becomes Milan.

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But singing the voice is permissible. Singing of adult females in the presence of males from South Salem

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discouraged that are banded.

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They can sing amongst other women.

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But girls before puberty singing okay.

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Question, is it permissible to break ties with relatives? If they become an obstacle to save our Eman?

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Yes, it's permissible.

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If your

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relations I wouldn't say break ties or big ties involves maybe not dealing with them at all ever finish close the door. No, not like that.

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Relatives we should still maintain ties with but we may just avoid being around them

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a lot because of the negative

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issues which come from being around them, you know, corruption of your kids because maybe their kids, they've allowed them to become corrupt. SO MAD boys may avoid

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that close connection where you're seeing them on a regular basis, your children are being exposed to their culture and their behavior.

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And to get you're allowed to avoid that

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to protect the religion of your family.

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Okay, with that, inshallah.

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We're coming to the end.

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And like to thank you all for being with us, as usual, and we hope to see you next week, Tuesday.

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If not Tuesday, then Wednesday. We'll try for Tuesday. And for those of you that are wondering, you know, why is it you're saying Tuesday and then Tuesday comes it's shifting into Wednesday, because the preparations of the material for the various sessions is not in my control. I mean, I try and prepare as much as I can. Sometimes preparation goes easy, relatively easy, and I'm able to finish easily and stay on the Tuesday and sometimes, you know I

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find difficulty or there are a number of other things which come in to my life which busy me from finishing off the material or whatever. And so I end up having to shift it to

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the day after, which is Wednesday, but inshallah we'll try our best to stay on Tuesday or as close to Tuesday as possible.

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