Those On Whom Is Allah’s Anger

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The transcript discusses the confusion surrounding the meaning behind the statement that Muslims are the only people who can apply the law. It uses examples of past events and their impact on Muslims' behavior, including the implementation of the new Islam policy and the rise of the Kat Kat. The speakers emphasize the importance of faith and knowledge in religion, and stress the need for practice and understanding the language to act as a means of wealth and profit. They also stress the importance of developing relationships with people and avoiding making blanket statements.

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Assalamu aleikum.

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The lecture you're about to hear was given on February 16 1991 by Bilbao Phillips in the mosque at the Saudi Arabian Airlines compound popularly known as Saudi a city in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The lecture was titled understanding sir l fatty.

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I seek refuge with a law from the recursive Satan

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In the name of Allah, most Gracious, Most Merciful.

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All praise is due to a law, the church and Sustainer of the world's

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most Gracious, Most Merciful,

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Master of the Day of Judgment,

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the do we worship and die in aid we seek,

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show us the straightaway

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the way of those on whom thou has to be stowed by grace.

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Those whose portion is not read

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and who go not stray

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and try to hide itself

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there is

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guidance for us

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practical guidance, because

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when a law provides us with guidance, it is not something which is theoretical, that we may reflect on theoretically, but something which needs to be applied in our lives in such a way, that it improves the quality of our worship and our submission to a loss.

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In the last two verses,

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we have according to how he has taught us

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that he chose the right path.

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And in defining the right path,

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we are told to say the path of roles on who is your favorite so often Medina and Hamza lay him.

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At the same time, we're also

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to define

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another aspect of this path.

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In that, it is the path

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which is not the one followed by those on whom is not your blessing, those who are stray and those on whom is Divine Anger.

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We say

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to him, when upon me

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to understand

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who it is that ally is referring to.

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And the ball being being those who is a lot of anger and bonnin being those from Australia,

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we have to turn to the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad Salah for clarity,

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because if we were to try to approach these verses, just from our minds alone,

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we could come up with no end of interpretation.

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when we strive to understand the correct meanings of the brand, we have to go first and foremost, to the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad Salah, to see what it is, he has explained for us of the meanings of the Quran, because the Quran was revealed to him.

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And the Lord said

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him, that we have revealed to you the remember, remembrance or the reminder, which is the plan in order that you may explain to the people, what was revealed for them

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on a particular

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in found its competitors,

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were the Jews

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and the

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anger of the Jews and the Christians,

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the scars of the fear or interpretation of pointed out that

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the Jews

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knowledge of the book,

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The revelation which they have learned the Torah

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virtually correct, it has some distortion, they have made some distortions in it, not for the most part, it is correct, the information in it is correct.

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And this is confirmed by the parameter.

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So, they have a large portion of the truth.

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But they have chosen not to follow it

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as such Ally's angry with them because they know the truth, and they have chosen not to follow

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through on the other hand, the Christian

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the NGO is mostly incorrect

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that they have which they call the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and john and the writings of Paul etc.

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These writings contain a massive confusion and misguidance.

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There is a small portion amongst it amongst

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and they are straight.

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They're following

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me particular reference to these two groups for a reason.

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It is not merely for us to know that Bose is angry with the Jews, and those who are stray or the Christian.

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Because the prime

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as a law states itself is guidance for the believers. Those who fear a law there is guidance in it, there is some knowledge in it, which Muslims are required to apply their daily lives

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warns us about the people

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merely to give us pieces of information of the past, or what happened to these people and what they did etc. He is warning us that we do not become like that.

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If we accept the Quranic stories,

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which are filled with information concerning the peoples of the past and how they went astray,

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if we accept it in the way that I intended, then we would be able to benefit from it and be guided by it.

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This is the intent behind a law pointing

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out to us these two groups,

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those who know and don't ask them what they know. And those who just don't know and are straight.

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in terms of Islam today, on a world scale, the situation of Muslims

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and the presence fitna that we are in concerning

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American troops, etc. All of this is a reflection of the state of Muslims on a international scale.

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There are examples of the same situation in our day to day personal life.

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When we look at the majority of Muslims, we find that they know what the Pillars of Islam are.

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If you take a child when you ask him, a Muslim child anywhere in the Muslim world, what are the pillars of Islam, he will tell you the pillars are

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Well, that's beautiful.

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When we look into the lives of the majority of the Muslims in the world, we find that they're not practicing this

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They have knowledge on what the Pillars of Islam are. But the reality is that they are not practicing.

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They now enter into the realm of theology.

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And when we wonder in a wireless situation, why are these things happening to Muslims and why? Because they are among the most.

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They have knowledge, basic knowledge,

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and they're not acting on this knowledge.

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A distinction is made between knowledge and faith

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to really happen is that the majority of Muslims have been, or have become deluded into thinking,

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nearly having knowledge of Islam

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is safe. And

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it means that they are guaranteed paradise.

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So they feel

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like the Jews were deluded before believing that they were the chosen people of God,

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the children of God.

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The fact that they are born a Jew, it means that you are placed in paradise has been set.

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Similarly, we find the masses of Muslims believing in the same way

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that the fact that you were born in a Muslim family, this means that you are going to paradise.

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This is a delusion.

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It is a natural product.

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Being unable to distinguish between knowledge and faith,

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we may have knowledge of a thing

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is there, when we act on that knowledge.

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Action represents the manifestation of faith, that is living faith we call a living faith, not something which is just mere words. Because, I'm sure

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that Satan

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knows that a lot is the one God

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Satan knows.

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Yet he is the most cost of creation.

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Because in spite of that knowledge which he had, when he was commanded to bow to Adam,

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to act on that knowledge, he refused, out of pride, etc.

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And as such,

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so the knowledge didn't benefit him, because he didn't

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to be able to change their condition,

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they have to

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have the basic knowledge which they have, it has to again become a living faith

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something which is a part of their 24 hour a day life.

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Now, there is another aspect of knowledge,

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most Muslims

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are ignorant

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and that is

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as I said, we were looking at the two groups, one group, which represented those who have knowledge and were not active in the knowledge these were the most

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then there is this other group

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and in the Muslim world,

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when we look into the area of tawheed

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we find in fact,

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there is very little knowledge of it,

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if you

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say means analyze while

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there was a large one,

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however, the Christians say that allies one also

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and the Jews say that allies one also

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People believe in a multitude of gods,

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there are many different, either such or that they worship, there is no way you could even give them the idea that God is one.

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If you ask the people, among Hindus who know the religion, they will tell you, we believe in one God.

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But we believe that he became a pilot, or he became, you know, in human creation form,

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at different points in history, in different places, and in different forms.

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We believe in one God.

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So obviously, could not possibly be the belief or belief in one God, because Hindus, Christians and Jews also,

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we often have a group of people

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who will say also that our heed means that everything is gone.

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It's just one existence, that is alone.

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This is another expression by

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neither of these two expressions, correctly define the meaning of a sheet. From a correct Islamic perspective.

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The Muslim world

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is involved in the dam, that is innovation in the religion was wonderful.

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Saying very clearly that you know, blue with

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every innovation in religion is misguided.

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And all of these forms of misguidance leads

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in no uncertain when I

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bring something new.

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In Islam, it is never accepted.

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It is rejected.

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However, the mass of Muslims are involved in innovation in the religion,

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which the Prophet Muhammad did not command them to do.

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And we can only worship a lot

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of the things which the Prophet commanded us to do. That's why its purpose was to define for us, what is the worship of Allah.

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This is the purpose of the prophets among

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to make clear to mankind, how they should worship.

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And this is why

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regularly matters.

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I didn't mean anything, which would bring you closer to Allah, except that I commanded you to do it.

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If there is anything that we believe, will bring us closer to a law

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that is pleasing to Allah, because it is pleasing

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to Allah, anything that we believe is pleasing to Allah, to Allah is the Prophet Muhammad did not commanded us to do it, then it is without it is innovation, it is not acceptable to Allah. This is the bottom line. This is how we define what is acceptable and what is not acceptable.

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The problem

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he told us, he defined

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all of the ways by which we may become closer to allow all of the ways by which we may please

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somebody were to ask you,

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just briefly,

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we look

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at the belief

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that a row is unique

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that this belief is reflected in all of our actions, and all of the things in which we do that we do this

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Feeling that they're pleasing to a law, and that they bring us closer to a law.

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That is unique. And I didn't just say what I said unique Why? Because if we just use the term one, and I say for example, there is one tape recorder in this master

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exclude the possibility of there being another tape recorder in another machine.

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So when we say that a lie is one, we don't mean it in this way.

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We mean one in the sense of being unique, totally.

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There is nothing like him.

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there is nothing like a law.

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A law does not share

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his characteristics,

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in their perfection with anyone.

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The Creator, is completely distinct and different from his creation.

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This is the fundamental

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idea behind the principle of

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principle by understanding this, we then can clearly understand why those who say everything is a lot.

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When everything becomes a lot, there's no distinction between creator and creation anymore.

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And this is why you have people saying, you know, you're alive, I'm alive, everybody's wrong, all a part of

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you have a body amongst Muslims, who will say, for example, that the human soul is divided.

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The role that

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Allah plays in man, a portion of his spirit, meaning a law has a spirit and a portion of his spirit was put into man, into Adam, and each descendant of Adam now carries a portion of the Divine Spirit.

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And that the purpose of man's existence is for him to reunite that divine spirit with the divine, with the

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divine, with

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this idea, again, is

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in contradiction to the fundamental concept of

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a law does not have a spirit

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is a law, a spirit

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created spirits

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are part of his creation.

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None of us contained inside of ourselves, any portion of the law, no, we are His creation

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means to us

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is that we

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are here to rush

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to become.

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And you might think that, you know, we're raised to get these ideas from there are a number of people who hold this idea

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that they mistakenly hold this idea and promote it.

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And this idea is not a new idea. It's not something which you only find, you will find it amongst Christians, amongst Jews, amongst Hindus and amongst others,

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it is commonly comes under the heading which is known as mysticism.

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Aliens, actually

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that knowledge without practice

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is a curse,

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that we have to act on the knowledge that we have

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and that it is essential for us

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to have

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correct knowledge of the religion itself. We can then say that

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there are two fundamental principles which underlie all of the various

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pillars or practices of Islam that have an end

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knowledge, and that, by that we mean the correct knowledge

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and being righteous deeds, that is acting on that knowledge.

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And, of course, I'm sure you're all familiar with the many verses in the crime, wherein a law defines the righteous, those who will succeed in this life and attain paradise as those who

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in the law

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and righteous deeds.

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Now, in closing, I would just like to say,

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so that this is related to the purpose of our creation,

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which is

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the mindset very clearly

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that he ever created the jinn for mankind except for his Russian revival. And that

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can only be

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fulfilled, if we have the correct the correct knowledge. Otherwise, we end up doing practices, believing that in fact, we are worshipping Allah, when in fact we're not.

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And at the same time, the correct knowledge should also refer to accurate knowledge, producing righteous deeds, which then becomes a matter of the worship of Allah.

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you're all well aware that Islam teaches us that the whole of the Muslims life

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can be better,

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or actually should be, they should strive to make all of the various actions of his life acts of worship acts, which are pleasing.

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For him to attain that

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he must fulfill the two conditions which I spoke about, one,

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that there should be correct knowledge of a law there,

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he should be remembering about

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this is the aspect, which is also known as decree law. And liquor law doesn't just mean, you know, sitting up to some odd thing to Panama to Panama, Panama.

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I mean, this is an aspect of the remembrance of the law. But it is not the remembrance of the law.

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The remembrance, encompasses all of our lives.

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And when a person restricted just to this app after Salaam, Subhana, Allah Subhana, Allah Subhana, Allah, then what he does, is, he turns this powerful

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He turns his powerful principle of faith into a blind ritual. So after a lot, you will hear him say,

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people who come into Islam, what is he doing?

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He thinks the hammer

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has happened is that the meaning in our sense of hammer law and reflecting on what it means

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in a physical exercise.

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And he believes he is actually remembered.

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This is just a blind ritual, which will end up crossing them over there.

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He thinks he is doing something good for himself and in fact, he's doing something to harm him.

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And the principle that he must follow in terms of the various acts of his life

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is that it has to be according to the Sunnah of the Prophet, Muhammad from him, it was

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the actor remember a lot and he has to do it, according to this,

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when these two principles, he has

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established the kind of knowledge that he should and that knowledge now become a living part of his life, turning his life, his daily life into a better and inshallah, which would be acceptable for law and version paradise. We pray and to give us the reality, of knowledge of the religion, of its strategies, of consciousness of a law and putting that knowledge into practice in our day to day.

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Let me just say that I will also

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I'll give you an opportunity if you have any general questions that you'd like to ask anything concerning the presentation, or other things concerning Islamic

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principles or something like this, if you'd like to ask,

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you know, we can give some few minutes 20 minutes or so, to that,

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it is important for us to understand just fundamentally that

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each and every one of them represents

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an attempt

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by Muslims to implement

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in their life

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without a human effort,

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and as such, they will contain some errors,

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they are the product of human reasoning,

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and human reasoning is not perfect. So, therefore, there will be some errors in them, and all of the fellows of

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the majors, they made that very clear to their problems, stating in one way or another, that we are human beings,

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that we are reasoned out

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are subject to error,

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to be correct or to be wrong. So, you should compare to the plan and to the similar and if you find anything contradictory

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and follow the line.

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So, this means,

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that, there is no special place

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for any one method or another.

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There are

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individual human efforts, which have become collective over time.

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So, there is nothing wrong with a person following a method

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as long as he keeps in mind that it is not something infallible. We don't have any

00:32:39--> 00:32:40


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And when he becomes, he becomes infallible, according to their belief

00:32:48--> 00:32:51

is something which is divinely ordained was to people.

00:32:52--> 00:33:03

Because it contains error. We don't have anything like that the only person we have, who was infallible in that sense in the sense of what he taught us, we can be sure we should follow his Muhammad,

00:33:06--> 00:33:09

we are obliged to follow. And that's what we need when we say

00:33:13--> 00:33:17

that's what we mean when we say that he is the only person

00:33:18--> 00:33:20

who has received revelation from

00:33:22--> 00:33:28

whatever he has taught us, we are obliged to try to follow as much as we can.

00:33:30--> 00:33:32

We are we don't even have to question it.

00:33:33--> 00:33:34

In the sense of

00:33:36--> 00:33:38

what was the meaning behind it, we don't have

00:33:40--> 00:33:40

to do we can

00:33:41--> 00:33:44

we just we should do it a lot further.

00:33:46--> 00:33:47

In time, we may understand

00:33:50--> 00:33:57

some things you may have permits to do the deep meanings or the reasons behind it, you may never know until we reach far that if we make it there.

00:34:00--> 00:34:02

We are obliged now.

00:34:04--> 00:34:07

And he is the only one that we follow. like

00:34:09--> 00:34:14

everybody else. He said, we're human beings, made errors and recorrect.

00:34:15--> 00:34:21

We follow them when they're correct. And we do not follow them when they were an error. This is why when he

00:34:22--> 00:34:24

was asked by one of his students,

00:34:25--> 00:34:28

if we follow a companion of the prophet

00:34:30--> 00:34:34

will we be on the correct path? In other words, if somebody chooses,

00:34:36--> 00:34:40

and decides to follow whatever he said he would he be on the correct path?

00:34:46--> 00:34:46


00:34:48--> 00:34:51

he was correct, because the truth is one

00:34:54--> 00:34:59

unless he was correct, in other words, he was a human being. Everything he did is not right.

00:35:00--> 00:35:08

There will be some error. So we are, we can follow what he did, which was correct and be sure we are on the right path. But now we'll be following up he did with

00:35:13--> 00:35:16

the error that he made and made provision for the error

00:35:19--> 00:35:22

that we now choose to follow that error during that it is an error.

00:35:23--> 00:35:24

This is terrible.

00:35:25--> 00:35:27

This is wrong, this is misguided.

00:35:31--> 00:35:36

Apparently, we should follow the method with an open mind

00:35:37--> 00:35:58

following the teachings that are, you know, because when you come to study as a Muslim in most parts of the Muslim world, a Muslim doesn't accept Islam in Pakistan, then he is going to end up following the Hanafi madhhab. Whether he admits it or whether he doesn't, the greatest likelihood that he will be followed unless he happened to have accepted Islam, and somebody from another group

00:35:59--> 00:36:00

took him in.

00:36:03--> 00:36:05

That didn't happen, it means that he will be following.

00:36:10--> 00:36:10

As I said,

00:36:12--> 00:36:17

I don't want to follow any matter. If he decides he would prefer to follow, for example, you know,

00:36:19--> 00:36:24

who he would sit under and learn from them. And he's not particularly particular about any particular matter, because

00:36:28--> 00:36:36

as long as he remains open mind, that he may be doing something if somebody comes to him with knowledge, showing him

00:36:37--> 00:36:40

actually there is a happy, which is authentic.

00:36:46--> 00:36:46


00:36:48--> 00:36:52

then when he finds himself in a situation like that, then

00:36:54--> 00:36:57

he should try to follow that which he asserted,

00:36:58--> 00:37:01

he may try to get further understanding, asking, you know,

00:37:02--> 00:37:09

what about the Saudis, you know, why aren't we following the Saudis or whatever, try and get some clarity. But he now becomes obliged to follow

00:37:11--> 00:37:18

when it becomes clear to him that this was, in fact, the authentic practice of the law. So what I'm saying is that

00:37:20--> 00:37:23

the new Congress, as well as any Muslim,

00:37:24--> 00:37:28

he is not obliged to follow a particular matter.

00:37:30--> 00:37:37

But if he follows one, because that's where he is in there is nothing wrong, as long as he remains open.

00:37:39--> 00:37:40

The ability

00:37:42--> 00:37:53

to follow the teachings of the religion without actually following a particular matter, most of the way, is something which is beyond

00:37:55--> 00:37:55

common people,

00:37:57--> 00:38:00

a person who is a student scholar,

00:38:03--> 00:38:45

he may be in a position now to, to sit and work from the various schools of thought according to what is correct and what is incorrect. For the average person, he doesn't have the kind of background to allow them to be able to do that. So therefore he needs he will be obliged to follow somebody who we trust, whether it's the amount of the masjid or the scholar in his area, whatever, but he should also be of an inquiring mind. He should not just accept any pronouncement, you know, the person says, do this, don't do this, do this, you should be prepared to ask why should we do this? Why shouldn't we do that? And if you find, for example, when you ask the person, why

00:38:46--> 00:38:49

are you questioning my knowledge, then this is a person who you need to get away from

00:38:51--> 00:39:04

the person who is using knowledge in the wrong way, because one should not be shy, to to explain to others the One should not feel that he is, you know, in any way, put down by the question as to where this knowledge comes from.

00:39:06--> 00:39:08

Our duty is to convey the knowledge to people.

00:39:09--> 00:39:18

So there's a reason why a scholar or an artist should not inform the people as to where this comes from. We should do this because

00:39:20--> 00:39:21

because the law says

00:39:22--> 00:39:23

this is why

00:39:27--> 00:39:30

covers the idea of matter sufficiently.

00:39:34--> 00:39:35

Especially when you move away

00:39:45--> 00:39:46

from my mother

00:39:47--> 00:39:50

and father one particular time and go

00:39:54--> 00:39:56

fishing that's something else

00:39:59--> 00:39:59

that exists

00:40:06--> 00:40:07


00:40:11--> 00:40:12


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can I make the choice and make my life easy?

00:40:44--> 00:40:47

I would say that, generally speaking, you know, scholars

00:40:48--> 00:40:54

point out that it is wrong for you to go around for too much I'm looking for the easy

00:40:57--> 00:40:57

they call it

00:40:58--> 00:41:01

right, you know, this is, it is wrong.

00:41:02--> 00:41:08

Because what you should be looking for is the correct thing, not the easy thing, because the easiest thing

00:41:10--> 00:41:16

to do your attention is not any more seeking knowledge to improve the practice of your religion, but trying to find a loophole

00:41:17--> 00:41:21

for that kind of attention is definitely incorrect. It shouldn't be followed.

00:41:22--> 00:41:26

There's no harm in looking from the school to find that which is correct.

00:41:28--> 00:41:30

And if it happens to be the easiest thing,

00:41:32--> 00:41:40

but we shouldn't go with the intent of the easier thing. Okay. Now, in the situation, you know, in America, where we have all the different

00:41:42--> 00:41:46

representations of different schools in one locale,

00:41:47--> 00:41:48

I would advise

00:41:51--> 00:42:09

the people who are involved in educating the children, the people who are open minded, and who will teach the religion Now, according to the destruction without specifying much, this is a this is a unique circumstance

00:42:12--> 00:42:32

is either Maliki in the Sudan, Shafi in Egypt, canopy in Pakistan, humbly in Saudi Arabia, it is fully defined, whereas America and other countries where people have come to from different parts, you know, you'll find this mixture, which is sort of unique in those kind of circumstances.

00:42:33--> 00:42:50

I would say that it would be better that people who are involved in the education, community as well as the children, you know, we teach religion from the point of the basic evidence that is available, you know, without specifying

00:42:52--> 00:42:54

This is what I would suggest, in that particular circumstance.

00:43:00--> 00:43:00

You mentioned that

00:43:07--> 00:43:07


00:43:11--> 00:43:12

was an art.

00:43:20--> 00:43:30

Well, this is something I mean, I'm not winging it out of nowhere, you can pick up Encyclopedia Britannica and open it up and look to see what it is that they believe in. And you will find,

00:43:32--> 00:43:32

you will find

00:43:35--> 00:43:36

that, in fact,

00:43:37--> 00:43:40

this is what they fundamentally believe.

00:43:41--> 00:43:42

But the point is that

00:43:43--> 00:43:47

the fact that a person believes that there is one God

00:43:49--> 00:43:53

is not in itself. So he that's what I'm trying to say.

00:43:55--> 00:44:03

Because if your ideas, one God is one God, you have three parts, and these two parts make up one, but the other three parts.

00:44:06--> 00:44:13

This is why when they try to explain it to you, for Christians, for example, they will say that, you know, God is like

00:44:15--> 00:44:17

water comes in a liquid form.

00:44:20--> 00:44:21

Right, this is like the three guys

00:44:23--> 00:44:34

go back to the creative things because this is how you find creation in this way. That's what we call water, h2o. You know, in the chemical sense, this can exist in three different forms.

00:44:37--> 00:44:44

Jonathan, this is irrational. In other words, they are making God like his creation. This is why we rejected

00:44:45--> 00:44:52

for the Hindus, they believe that God becomes man manifest in his creation

00:44:54--> 00:44:56

at different periods of time,

00:44:57--> 00:44:59

and this is why when you talk to the Hindus

00:45:00--> 00:45:04

Was worshipping an idol. If he is knowledgeable, you're asking, why are you worshiping this piece of

00:45:06--> 00:45:07


00:45:11--> 00:45:13

God is manifested

00:45:16--> 00:45:17

again contradictory,

00:45:18--> 00:45:19


00:45:24--> 00:45:25

He is the Creator, and he is

00:45:27--> 00:45:28

different. If

00:45:30--> 00:45:40

you believe in a god or you believe in one God, but he becomes creation, then you have destroyed the correct understanding of your issue.

00:45:56--> 00:46:01

The problem happens to them when calamity strikes them, and the first thing they call out is your

00:46:11--> 00:46:11


00:46:18--> 00:46:19

may have given

00:46:21--> 00:46:23

a lot of attributes are no longer unique

00:46:24--> 00:46:28

attributes which belong only to a lot and they have given it to

00:46:30--> 00:46:30


00:46:33--> 00:46:33

can save you.

00:46:39--> 00:46:40

So, once we

00:46:42--> 00:46:43

have committed

00:46:46--> 00:46:53

this kind of bottom line understanding So, that we can apply it in any circumstance, if we are clear on this thing of the uniqueness of

00:46:55--> 00:47:05

easy to see how these other ideas and principles are deviant, whether the other religions because of what they all share all of the deviant

00:47:06--> 00:47:11

they all share this one piece that they have given

00:47:12--> 00:47:16

creation, the qualities of a law or their human

00:47:18--> 00:47:24

qualities of either one or the other. In other words, a lot of them are not

00:47:27--> 00:47:30

distinguish between the two. Sometimes some people tell you, you know,

00:47:32--> 00:47:33

so many different religions,

00:47:34--> 00:47:35


00:47:42--> 00:47:44

all the people who have the religion religions are doing

00:47:47--> 00:47:48

so, obviously,

00:47:49--> 00:47:51

there are different types

00:48:04--> 00:48:12

by showing them, what is the distinction between Islam and all the others, because all the others here

00:48:16--> 00:48:17

is the only one

00:48:18--> 00:48:19

of the uniqueness of

00:48:22--> 00:48:24

qualities of creation,

00:48:25--> 00:48:26

the creation here

00:48:30--> 00:48:39

even though other religions may claim to be monotheistic, calling the principle of one God, they are all involved,

00:48:40--> 00:48:46

according to the monotheistic principle, which is the true monotheism. What we call

00:49:10--> 00:49:10

other than

00:49:25--> 00:49:27

care is only one facet of

00:49:31--> 00:49:33

society is also another

00:49:34--> 00:49:37

judging ruling that society in

00:49:38--> 00:49:41

Islam covers all aspects of life

00:49:45--> 00:49:46

are enjoined.

00:49:48--> 00:49:50

First and foremost.

00:49:53--> 00:49:58

They need to know who's alive because otherwise they don't know who is going to be worshiping.

00:50:01--> 00:50:02


00:50:09--> 00:50:10

in Jesus, a man

00:50:12--> 00:50:12

who became a man

00:50:15--> 00:50:18

is worshiping God. But in fact, he's worshiping a man.

00:50:22--> 00:50:23

Now to be clear on,

00:50:24--> 00:50:26

so that they can worship a lot.

00:50:29--> 00:50:46

They have to have knowledge of the basic principles of the religion, and to apply those principles individually, first and foremost, because it's no point jumping to a governmental level and talking about, you know, changing society. When you in your personal life, you're not even praying in the masjid.

00:50:47--> 00:50:53

You know, you're sleeping in your bed, after sunrise, but you're talking about changing society is

00:50:55--> 00:50:56

changing. All

00:50:59--> 00:50:59


00:51:01--> 00:51:05

People like to jump to these high level, because it's because when

00:51:06--> 00:51:07

you really can't do anything,

00:51:08--> 00:51:12

use yourself from having to deal with the things that you can deal

00:51:13--> 00:51:16

with, teaches that we have to start with ourselves,

00:51:18--> 00:51:20

we have to establish the basics.

00:51:21--> 00:51:22

Number one is

00:51:23--> 00:51:23


00:51:30--> 00:51:32

The budget is one of the most difficult prayers on this

00:51:35--> 00:51:36

seminar something

00:51:41--> 00:51:44

there is hypocrisy, if we are not making it.

00:51:48--> 00:51:58

If we can't do that, then don't talk about anything. It's just a delusion, confusion, set aside here, then from there, deal with your family,

00:52:00--> 00:52:11

your immediate community, your job situation, and with people striving like that, in this gradual sense, eventually inshallah we can do it and bring it right.

00:52:12--> 00:52:16

But if we jumped to dealing with the society and we haven't dealt with number one, then

00:52:33--> 00:52:34

in my mind,

00:52:40--> 00:52:41

I understand that

00:52:42--> 00:52:44

nobody has a right to say

00:52:46--> 00:52:47

it is only

00:52:53--> 00:52:56

that many of our friends actually are discussing.

00:53:13--> 00:53:14

At the same time,

00:53:38--> 00:53:39

might be

00:53:50--> 00:53:54

a non believer who truly does not believe

00:53:59--> 00:54:05

he is supposed to believe because we can say the Hindu believes in invalid believing.

00:54:07--> 00:54:11

without believing in a law, it is supposed to believe in a law.

00:54:12--> 00:54:21

We can say with a shirt, that those who do not believe in a law as alive or dead for them to believe in him.

00:54:24--> 00:54:24


00:54:29--> 00:54:30

without a doubt.

00:54:32--> 00:54:35

The problem comes when we start

00:54:36--> 00:54:40

to grab individuals, all American Christians are going to have

00:54:42--> 00:54:49

a problem because when you're going to sit down with each American Christian, you will find that they have a variety of different uses.

00:54:59--> 00:54:59

Ready to do it

00:55:02--> 00:55:04

So he's actually following

00:55:07--> 00:55:09

outside his way.

00:55:11--> 00:55:18

So this is where you run into a problem when you make a blanket statement, all Russians because the communists are going to help you.

00:55:21--> 00:55:22

All listings are going to

00:55:28--> 00:55:35

talk in a theoretical sense, that person does not believe in a lot, he is supposed to believe in him.

00:55:40--> 00:55:42

People who believe that a lot

00:55:50--> 00:55:50

of time, but

00:55:53--> 00:55:55

really remove them from hell, after a period

00:55:57--> 00:56:00

as long as they had a mustard seed

00:56:02--> 00:56:04

of that true belief.

00:56:08--> 00:56:11

And this is something we are not in a position to measure.

00:56:14--> 00:56:19

It becomes a problem when you start to make these blanket statements according to people.

00:56:24--> 00:56:25

In America,

00:56:27--> 00:56:30

it really is, at

00:56:31--> 00:56:33

the moment, your friend

00:56:36--> 00:56:36

who is

00:56:37--> 00:56:40

praying to the same intelligence, you're going to help

00:56:46--> 00:56:47

you just turn off.

00:56:49--> 00:57:00

It's very important for you to develop relationships with people, where people feel good about you, if you're positive, you're not approaching them in a harsh, negative kind of way.

00:57:01--> 00:57:07

But you're trying to develop a relationship and they feel it because you shouldn't need

00:57:08--> 00:57:15

to do it another question of just putting down people that you're trying to get the message of Islam across to them. And

00:57:16--> 00:57:18

you have to approach it

00:57:19--> 00:57:24

in a way which is befitting of the message of Islam.

00:57:30--> 00:57:30


00:57:42--> 00:57:43

on a high level,

00:57:56--> 00:57:57

level of demand.

00:58:02--> 00:58:02


00:58:08--> 00:58:12

if you ask the person who is living, it is acceptable.

00:58:15--> 00:58:18

If you ask this person to pray for me, it is acceptable

00:58:20--> 00:58:21

for this person to pray for you.

00:58:29--> 00:58:31

Because now you

00:58:36--> 00:58:40

imagine something which is constantly increasing and decreasing

00:58:42--> 00:58:50

as a person is a higher person in the sense that, you know, he's always increasing in the sense that he never

00:58:51--> 00:58:54

everybody goes through periods of ups and downs,

00:58:56--> 00:58:59

human beings, that is their nature

00:59:19--> 00:59:19


00:59:21--> 00:59:21

is going

00:59:30--> 00:59:39

to take a very long period of time. And I don't want you to think that I mean, the little nutshell that I gave you, he represents the totality of

00:59:41--> 00:59:41


00:59:43--> 00:59:45

220 something pages.

00:59:48--> 01:00:00

And, you know, the point is that I wanted to just try to give you the essence. But when you come now to apply it in various aspects of the religion, this is when it becomes invalid.

01:00:03--> 01:00:14

But in fact, you know, it's been it's very unfortunate that in a lot of the works, that have been written about this, when you pick it up and you know, maybe about the Pillars of Islam, you will find that they were dealing with

01:00:15--> 01:00:21

in about one paragraph, and the rest of the book is devoted to the other Pillars of Islam, I mean, as

01:00:22--> 01:00:23

a large one,

01:00:25--> 01:00:36

but, in fact, it is the most important and it's the one was most you know, should be developed and explained, because, if this is not clear, then all the other pillars become useless.

01:00:37--> 01:00:45

If you are involved in shift in terms of your your your worship of a law, then your salary as a carrier Your soul is useless.

01:00:47--> 01:00:50

So, it is really one which needed to be emphasized. And

01:00:52--> 01:01:02

in recent times, the Mojave movement has been responsible for the revival of concern about

01:01:03--> 01:01:13

and then again, this movement has sort of been misunderstood and people thinking you know, lobbies are like innovators in religion, right, the term when a person wants to refer to an apostate or deviant

01:01:15--> 01:01:29

which is very unfortunate. But this is this is also that when a person is as it were, a wrong practice becomes common. The right practice will appear to be deviant.

01:01:30--> 01:01:44

But this is really the essence of the so called Wahhabi movement, it was to revive the fundamental teachings of the heathen sticking to the, to the Sunnah, you know, people think of the movement as being against

01:01:45--> 01:01:47

the scholars from the movement,

01:01:49--> 01:01:49

you know,

01:01:52--> 01:02:04

Saudi Arabia, but ladies, generally speaking, the major cause did not approach it in a rigid sense that they did teach people to be open minded. This is why when they came into Mecca,

01:02:05--> 01:02:07

when they came into what,

01:02:08--> 01:02:09

at the time,

01:02:11--> 01:02:15

you used to have four different places around the Kaaba

01:02:17--> 01:02:21

for different purposes, one for an Imam from each of the former.

01:02:23--> 01:02:37

So that when they came for mother, for example, the mom from the Hanafi madhhab, they would make a comma and all the Hennessey's were making the walk behind him when he was finished, in the amount from the shop, a mother

01:02:40--> 01:02:51

that things were in, when they came into my collection of finishers, destroy these relics and make just one place and the amount will follow whatever mother be following everybody has to follow

01:02:54--> 01:03:02

these relics, you know the different crops which are around the Kaaba, the Muslim world screened out, look at these Wahhabi madman, they're destroying macapa.

01:03:03--> 01:03:04

They didn't understand

01:03:05--> 01:03:14

because they were so used to the idea of these different things being around the cabinet table did not appear to be weird and strange, you know,

01:03:15--> 01:03:25

when they went into Medina, and to Mecca and the graveyards and they leveled all the grave, because if you look at pictures that were made of the graveyards of Medina and Mecca before

01:03:26--> 01:03:37

they came in there, the city you had houses with big you know, in there, which was you know, trying over the various grades.

01:03:40--> 01:03:45

You can still keep them in a city like this, if you go to Cairo, Egypt, if you go to the

01:03:47--> 01:03:49

ministry against the Egyptian, the Egyptian

01:03:51--> 01:03:52

I mean, this is something that I have

01:03:54--> 01:03:55

no way to Cairo.

01:03:56--> 01:03:57

I heard about this I

01:04:03--> 01:04:10

was going down the middle and poor people are actually breaking into them and giving them their cooking and everything and the government electricity

01:04:14--> 01:04:14

two stories

01:04:21--> 01:04:28

around the Muslim world. So when they came in, we know their authentic traditional insane Muslims were

01:04:30--> 01:04:31


01:04:33--> 01:04:42

to defeat any statue he found he should you know destroy the faith and to level all grades with the ground.

01:04:44--> 01:04:44

This has

01:04:45--> 01:04:47

to do with the commandment of Allah.

01:04:49--> 01:04:50

Movement came in in

01:04:52--> 01:04:54

the Muslim world because they were so used to these

01:04:56--> 01:04:57

houses over

01:04:59--> 01:04:59

time, the gradient

01:05:03--> 01:05:07

Unfortunately, because of the ignorance of the Muslims, it led them this.

01:05:08--> 01:05:16

They were righteous acting themselves, it led them to believe that the so called Wahhabi movement was deviant.

01:05:20--> 01:05:30

And even to this day, of course, it's something remaining amongst Muslim Omar, this idea. And even here on CNN, they will be talking about, for example, cwap.

01:05:31--> 01:05:33

I think it was Abu Dhabi, and then they talked about

01:05:34--> 01:05:35

the brand of Islam.

01:05:40--> 01:05:42

But it is something that

01:05:43--> 01:05:55

needs to become clearer to really understand what what, in fact, with the principle, and to realize that, in fact, what they were standing for, was Islam in itself, they didn't bring anything new. It was

01:05:56--> 01:05:57

the only

01:06:09--> 01:06:11

I would want to say was in rejected, right, you know,

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medicine statement that, you know, at the beginning or the end of every century, there would arise a majestic one revival of the religion right. Now, whether he was the majestic or he wasn't the majestic, you know, whether it was somebody else, you know, I would want to get into that.

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He knows this. He was a reformer.

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He was calling the people, it was a reformation movement, calling them back to the correct

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meaning of

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I would believe that

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I would believe that one reads

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and understands what a lifesaver. And

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he gets the full benefits of reading the buyer

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understands it, and doesn't act on it.

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And this is a situation that you find, say, for example, in the Muslim world where they make

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the same but they're reading it.

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In the case where you have people reading the crime, not understanding.

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And therefore, they're not.

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Again, they're in a situation in their reading, not understanding what it's saying, that are trying to act on whatever they know.

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Another category, we could say that those people are rewarded for their intention,

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their intention, our reputation of the Word of God.

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The true understanding of reciting

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is reciting understanding and practice.

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It is not just merely the altering of the Arabic sounds.

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This is why I would advise

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brothers who don't know that they should strive to learn to be able to understand not just to the point where they can read the blind and then they stopped because this is what has happened. This is a system which has been perpetuated in the non Western world, that people are taught Arabic enough to the parent, the message minister, Finnish is learning. This is wrong, this is a mistake. And the owner of this this region are across also because they are allowed to go on they don't speak against, you know, and in fact, you know, in a sense, in the vested future of

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some of these regions, because when people are dependent on them to understand what it is in the season, everybody has to come to them. And this becomes a means of livelihood for them. But more people are able to go out and find out for themselves and they don't have to come then it means that they live with disability. So these people tend to encourage people to just read and not understand, you know, leave it to us to understand we will tell you

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so they carry

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the burden.

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But there should be an effort. You know, for those who are aware, it should be an effort

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to strive to learn, to understand, not just to try to understand the Arabic so you can read a lot of words and understand them as they were revealed. But until you reach that stage, I would say it is obvious

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To read the Quran also in translation,

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you continue to read the Arabic to develop the skill, the knowledge of Arabic, but you need the translation to understand.

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Because this is the purpose of reading, ultimately, to understand a live thing, so that we can act on it.

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Now, we have to go to look to see what is

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the fundamental ideas about a law and man's relationship to a law are incorrect, then we have to

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leave them and put them aside

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is the fundamental ideas are okay? They're correct, then we look to see the practice. If the practice involves things, which are not according to the teachings of the fella, then again, we have to put them aside because

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we should already be involved in movements, or groups, or, you know, any kind of communal activity, if it is according to the correct teachings of Islam from the island from the center. And I think,

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in Sudan,

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in general, in the Muslim world, as they are practiced today, you know, they come under various names like Naqshbandi, and you know, chisti, and Shalini, and all different things. When you go and look at what they're teaching the people, you will find, fundamentally this idea, this mystic idea of union with the law, this idea of the human soul being divine, and that man strives to liquor and you know, other means of

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remembrance and degradation of the physical body to try to liberate the spirit. So the spirit unites with

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the Divine Spirit, which they call

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this is a common principle throughout these.

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I'm not saying it is in every single one, but the majority of them

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and anyone who has this belief is deviant. You have to leave them aside. Now the

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general share different methods of what they call

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example in in Turkey, you have the Whirling Dervishes, you know, who they are performing in New York in the, in what they call a place Madison Square Garden. They get up on stage and they stand up, they wear these big long caps they called turboshaft long ones, and they have a kind of a script like, and then they spin in circles and they put one hand up on one hand down like this, and then a spec comes up like the way a ballerinas spirit comes up, and they sit around circles and there's one playing some music and

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they say,

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and they say this is what

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is deviation.

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This is just one extreme. And I'm sure when you go to Sudan, if you go from the producer to this area, you will find that they are telling you you know that you either you swim in your head like this, so you jumping up and down or

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dancing the music

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represents deviations

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is essential for a person to go back any practice you find.

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You don't have evidence for it.

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And oftentimes, they will tell you is you know, the share, practice in a dream You know, when they can't find a hobby to support this practice and

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they'll tell you what, to share. He had a dream

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and he was talking

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because I religion is not based on the dreams of God.

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It is based on revelation which came in the into the space

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anything outside of that

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day in general

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a Muslim

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would be safer if he avoided the so called study in general

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right now

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come back to Libya

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and heal this country and

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that the sheets that people use the knowledge

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they teach

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because the sheep died

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what what do you think they make

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sure they

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have right now because

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it's something

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learning process and learning from

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my wife How can I

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getting more and

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should be on everything

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and that was

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we all have this responsibility to elevate to have any knowledge because

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it is not even you know what people traditionally call the ultimate control for me

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But if you had some knowledge, it is his duty to pass that knowledge on to others. But to me,

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there is something lacking

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in terms of the practice of even what we know,

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I agree with you, we need that knowledge to increase our consciousness, our understanding, etc. but also the will to practice what we know,

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is broken.

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Because we don't need an alum to tell us that we shouldn't be here in the masjid.

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This is between us and allow

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each and every one of our personal responsibility.

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we're not here.

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So, what we need

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fundamental, besides, the knowledge has to be there, what we need is for those people who come to try to encourage others to come

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eventually, with the filming of the masjid, this will put pressure on the, the Imam of the masjid to to do something, you know, have a Masjid full of people

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out there waiting for something.

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Because, in a sense, the outcomes are the scholars are acting as the people make them

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believe that they are responsible and they will be held before a law for not doing their duty.

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But also

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the leaders, the people have not

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to be as active as the people naked, people coming to them, pulling on them. This motivates them to action. But if nobody comes, you know, this is human nature.

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It's unfortunate. And as I said, Of course, he carries a greater responsibility than the average person. But I would put that recommendation to the masses to that they need to grab ahold of the people of knowledge and to make them fulfill their responsibilities on a personal level in terms of educating the people as well as standing up within the societies to meet the change.

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I've been attending lectures and recording

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in react

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so they know they're not being marketed you know, like you know in a market kind of basis.

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Does anybody would like some copies, they make copies for them and they pay for the cost of the copying and

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the books are available in the store.

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Many of the other books are available now but all of my books with the exception of one recent

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publication is available in

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the religion and our commitment to practicing whatever knowledge we have

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that further knowledge, realize the responsibility to try that knowledge to others and also

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feel an obligation to

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become more knowledgeable to apply the principles of religion.