Uloom Al-Hadeeth – 06

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Shaykh Bilal Philips, Uloom Al-Hadeeth recording on 12-05-2001, Episode 06

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They didn't permit the use of weak IDs in what they called for law in Alabama.

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For violent means virtuous deeds, meaning, this wasn't a weak ID, which was bringing some principle which was new to the religion and something which didn't exist. Like

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so often Hi, Jim.

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Hi, Jim, just there, till you make to rock up This is big long run.

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There's nothing

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there is nothing in them for

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a practice a particular religious practice

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Salatu hajah

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which is

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not authentic, we cannot work with that

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at all. No.

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One says

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if you do

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10 nights in a row,

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a law will give you

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a tree in Paradise, for example,

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now doing

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something already a part of the religion.

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And if you did to 10 in a row.

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So if there wasn't happy with said this, and it was die, if not, because there was a liar in the chain. Some scholars permitted using it in this area because it's not introducing a practice which wasn't there already. But only offering reward for a commendable practice.

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Some scholars permitted

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and these tended to be the scholars

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Whereas the Hadith scholars, so they didn't want to use Hadith at all.

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They took a more rigid position.

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fabrications we said first category was that all false by anti people out of their piety,

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feeling that people were turning away from the brand fabricated visible crime

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as another individual called Mesa, even Abdullah

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about whom even a ban collected and eration from even Monday in which he said,

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I said to myself, I've been happy, where did you get these Hades? whoever reads such and such will get such a such a reward. He said, I made them up to attract people to do righteous deeds.

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And the other individual we talked about No.

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He made a piece about the crime.

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And as I said, unfortunately, we do have people

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even till today

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who will use this

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right? That what they're doing was for the sake of Allah, where, for example, you get in a discussion with a non Muslim.

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And they're asking you some questions and you're jammed up.

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So you say, well, the prophet SAW someone did this.

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Many didn't do it, or did he say, but by you saying that

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you protected Islam from this attack?

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You defended the province, tell them something.

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Now, the ends may seem to be a good end,

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but then he means you've used that illegitimate.

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So, such a practice is not permissible.

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Is it or is it not permissible to offer

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it is not permissible.

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I mean, this is clear.

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The second category are sources for

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fabrication was sectarianism where you had groups break off from the main body of Islam. The first of which were the cottage

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whose descendants rule

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a man

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the main

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table above man

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maybe 16% of them.

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Our they call about diets or about the

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follow the body might have. This is a an extension from the

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first group to break off from mainstream Islam

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and the Shia.

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These groups as they broke off,

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in order to legitimize their positions, people among them began to fabricate

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a book on the time of Alabama.

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It was during his khilafah during the struggle between himself and why we

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broke off.

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And the Shiites, the coverage broke off and then declared to be a Catholic.

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The Shiites, they went to the other extreme,

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they elevated Ali and gave him some of the attributes of Allah.

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degeneration in some of the one two, when extremists claimed he didn't even die,

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and that the funding that you hear is his voice.

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And the lightning that you see is the flashes from his sword.

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point is that

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fabricated and is to support their deviation, whether it was about other or destiny, or it was they call it a job. Now those who believe felt that belief was just in the heart. Once you believe nothing can harm your belief, you know, leads don't matter.

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This is like the Christians

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modern English.

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deviant Gary Johnson deviant belief and deeds are inseparable from faith.

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And she is a very famous actually

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in their mother Chism. You know they have a celebration called the dear home

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linear home

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it's a day of celebration for them. And the new home is one of their biggest lies and which they fabricated in order to promote the idea that Allah should have been the Khalifa after Mombasa.

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Now, when promises Allah and his companions were returning from Mecca after the Hajj and they're going back to Medina. They stopped at a place called

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linear meaning a pond place called home.

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They claim they went the wrong size and I'm stopped there. He set up a tent.

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He set up a tent

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and he had an ego inside of the dense

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and he told all of the companions there

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10,000 of them

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and Ali was to be the Khalid Khalifa after him.

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And the companions made an oath of allegiance to the province as lm and to ally to uphold that, beginning with our bunker, that Omar, mine and so on.

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So, according to them then,

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when the boxes that have died,

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these leading companions, Abubakar Omar was man, they conspired to steal the lava from Allah.

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And in doing so, they both to Allah,

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which then made them in the eyes of the Shiites, apostates. And they left Islam

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to find the writings where they claim that the vast majority of the Sahaba except for five, some say three, and the rest of them all became a plastics. All of the components department

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is white

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with the exception of halogen

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Anybody else, I know, all of these people were positive.

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And all the problems are summed up. The only people who remained on Islam was the process alum, and Fatima and Allie hazard of saying, This is the core. They even reject and deny even the other doctors in the bathrooms like Xena, etc.

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Anyway, the point is that

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they have a number of stories like this. And you will find them in their books where they tried to promote, you know, Islam, their version of you saying that she is at the expense of Islam. And they will claim that these narrations are all found in our books, you know, and sometimes they will mention Buhari and the boys, they have another Bukhari amongst themselves when they use bokhara you think it's Buhari and go to our patkar you don't find it in there and they have

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their own Bukhari.

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So, they employ a variety of different

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techniques to know devious techniques to promote these ideas.

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The third category is that of bribery,

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bribery, that is that there were some individuals

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who in order to gain favour amongst the rulers, fabricated ideas about them and their families

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and people.

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And they of course, know because amongst the ambassadors, etc, you know, they did give awards to people for writing things. So, somebody came in, he made ideas about them, how great they were in the family and the other and they gave him some awards and prize, but what they conveyed was something fabricated. So, he did find people doing this, this is why the major scholars, they avoided being in the courts of the these rulers because of the corruption which was taking their place there, either through the use of fabricated IDs or people involved in a variety of other practices, and whether it was magic, magic, or astrology, music, all these kind of things that

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become popular in the courts of the ambassadors and even amongst the domains in the latter period also.

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So, this became a source of

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fabrications publication, there is another source,

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which could be looked at as being a subheading under sectarianism. And that is

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fanaticism towards the matter.

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That you did find some when when the when the the feelings of madhhab fanaticism and reach that peak.

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people you know, you had a point where they built masjids with two main hubs,

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one for the HANA fees and one for the shaft raise, you can still go to Syria, Damascus, and see mosques which still have the two Maharaja there is to have two different prayers in the town was how they would have two different prints fudger, the Hanafi amount would leave you after it's finished in the shop, a man would stand up and leave, there are two different routes. And the fees would be another fees and Sharpies are pretty big.

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This kind of stage. So it's all that around the cabin itself. They built structures around the cabin, they call car mat, the muncom for the Anopheles macaque for the humblest Mohan for the shafran calm for the Maliki's.

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when the time for prayer came, they would have different Imams, you know, would lead the prayer, all those people were making the offer in the home, you know, who are from that manner, they would line up behind them. They pray that if you look at the old pictures of the Kaaba, you will see these structures around it. That's what they were.

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And this continued all the way up to 1925. When the

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family of South with the family of Shannon mama did not do a house together, they took over Saudi Arabia, it went into Mecca, and they tore down all of these structures. When they did it. Of course, the Muslim world screamed.

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What are these people doing? That's a great thing, our holy place.

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And they were really purifying it. And they at that point appointed one moment is everybody.

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But up until 1925. There were four different prayers going on around the gala.

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Each night for each prayer time. We still have remnants of that in places

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Hana fees and shafa is live.

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But I've seen it in Singapore. I've seen it in Malaysia, and Philippines, and exist in different parts of India, Sri Lanka, where you will come into the masjid. And they'll have a prayer times and then there was for answer specifically, and there will be a shot for a time and a happy time.

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These are leftovers from that era.

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in order to promote them and have you had some people make up fabricated studies, saying that the broadside seller predicted the coming of Abu hanifa and predicted the coming of a Shafi This is where most of the fabrication came around these two, because they became the

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school during the greatest level of rivalry, Maliki was on a stronger side, happily, and almost gone out of existence.

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So you find people as I said, fabricating and supporting these are people who are into the mahtab themselves very strongly, there's an individual by the name of percent Ichigo. from Turkey, he wrote a number of books very strong in the market, one of the books I remember reading, he quoted a hadith in there, that when the engine

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come to you in the grave won't get a nickeil and they asked you, you know, man, Rob, oh,

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man, you know,

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what does your religion meant to be you know, as your messenger they will also ask for my man

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What is your man What was your mother

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fabricated ID as no chain you not find it even in any books are completely fabricated

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to promote the idea that you must follow Him and have another fabricated? I mean, they, they also like the point is that if you don't follow a mom, then shaytan is your a bomb,

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fabricated statement, which they tried to promote this idea that you must follow a matter.

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But the simple answer to this is, what was the month half of the Sahaba?

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Is this is simply where they hadn't these are sharp pains over the

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course, there were none of these things. These mothers didn't show up until two generations after them, okay. So, obviously, they were they did not follow any of these methods.

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So, obviously, it is not a requirement for you to follow anyone up.

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Because their way was the best way for them said

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that, that path to paradise, the correct path, which is free from deviation is the path that I am on. And you're on.

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When he talks about the 73 sects, saying 72 of them are in hell except for one and they go which one is up, he said the one that I am on and you are on.

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And none of them were undefeated champions or humbleness. Okay. So this says that it is not a requirement.

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That mean you cannot follow a school, because the school of thought is the product of scholars, Muslim scholars of the past, who sought to apply Islamic law in circumstances according to Mary's needs, and a scholar who comes from that school is a scholar. And if that's what's available for you, you get knowledge from him, but the point is that you are not obliged nor should you follow him blindly. Because all of the founding scholars of these various schools of law, they all told their followers, if you find an authentic ID, then that really is my mentality.

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They all told them in one way or another, the same statement, then discourage people from following blindly and they studied under each other.

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Imam Shafi was a student of Mr. Malik for some 20 years

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among men was a student of Shafi. So, you know, there were students and each other the students have a binding study on their Moloch and you know,

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so, the point is that we should not be rigid about issues of mahtab. One may follow silence from the magnums if one wishes and one should not insist on it.

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Presently I've just completed this. And fourth

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reason for the fabrication was also those individuals

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who oppose Islam,

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but were not able to do so openly.

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So, they tried to oppose it from within,

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they pretended to become Muslims and they opposed it from within one of the methods was fabrication.

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One of the famous fabricated statements of theirs is the heavy so called and these were a lot supposed to be it is footsy where a lot says, I was a hidden treasure and I wanted to be found.

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So, I created the world

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the purpose of creation and allow want it to be found you want it to be known. This is from gnostic thought.

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And the purpose of creation is to know a lot

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intimate knowledge of a lot.

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Or the other fabrication

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that we're in not for you, oh Mohamed,

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I would not have created this world, for the purpose of creation was for my misfortune.

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And the other fabrications of the neural Mohammadi the Mohammedan light

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that when

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Allah was without anything besides himself, just a lot

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a light shot from him is light. And from that light, the soul of Muhammad Salah was made

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Alicia I'd say that like split into two parts.

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One was Muhammad Hassan, the other one was,

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like the world was created.

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So those who sought to destroy Islam from within, they invented Hadees, which brought into Islamic teachings, teachings from the various other religions.

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Or they attacked the prophet or like for example, there was a hadith to narrate, suppose it had been narrated by made from Alice and Bob's us element said, I have the scene of the profits, nonprofits will come after me, except if a loss or wills

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is correct narration and I am the seal of the profits and no profit capacity. That is the current generation. But this individual for me, added to it, except as a law we'll

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see big implications for that. Meaning that it is possible for law Wilson, that another profit could come after Muhammad Sallallahu.

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And of course, the people like the

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idea is they love that narration

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that supports their belief that Mirza Ghulam Ahmed, the prophet who came

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Okay, that basically completes our presentation on the

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fabricated or rejected edits.

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You have a bunch of questions here. And our time is also made.

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So what I'll do is I'll just try to quickly run through loads which are related to the topic

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sorry, sister will give me about 15 questions on the topic. Save them for another time in our last session on Wednesday.

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Is there a surah which is recommended to be read according to saya de Yeah, there are a number of source

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lots for examples and Salim said it's equivalent to a third of the Quran.

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I'm Solomon said as one who reads it, it is protection from the punishment of the brain

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Soraka recommended meeting and on Fridays and so on, or walk Yeah, yeah. So as far as I saw them did recommend.

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So many people say that even salad etc. This family I guess we're puppets of the British. Is this true? Or were they just following? Are they just following this the point of Islam Well, they solid family basically what they came with was a call to coming back to Islam as it was revealed to us and

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that was the bottom line. If you look at the message, Mohammed bin Abdullah have been watching

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He taught what he wrote etc. It is all about following Islam as it was written.

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However, because of the time that he was calling to these things, people were so much involved in design innovation, what he called to appear to them to be itself innovation and

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so they labeled him an apostate.

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So Wahhabi became a synonym for deviant and apostates. But in fact, if one goes and reads the writing the books that Muhammad Abdul Wahab wrote, they are calling people to practice Islam, according to the Quran and the Sunnah, as it was understood in the time of karma.

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So those who download the prayer onto their heart,

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do they have any authentic idea for what is download the prayer?

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I mean, praying with their hand over the heart. No, there's no

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read this to a sixth person is this advisable?

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What if you're doing it believing the false information concerning guessing is not advisable. But if you read it as a chapter from the Quran, among other chapters from the plan, which

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a person may read as a means of helping people remember a lot? Right? Then it is perfectly legitimate to read it.

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As it is legitimate to read any other chapter from the bond. Well, we know that did say he said locked in old mo Taku La la la la, that we should tell those who are dying to repeat after us La Ilaha Illa LA, let that be the last words that they say before leaving this world? Now some people misunderstood this because it says lucky No. Mo Taku literally says,

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Get you're dead. You're dead to recite live Allah. So even after the person is dead, they're still saying to them, you know Laila Malala carry the body of yourself a lie, lie. A lie like finish? It is the people who are dying, a death

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is a girl allowed to visit the graveyard?

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Yes, it is permissible for women to visit the graveyard. But they should not do so frequently.

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Yesterday pointed out

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to him said if a girl reaches puberty is actually asthma

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and asthma,

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which is puberty. She should not expose anything but at face on hands. Can I Can you tell where this ad is from is from Bukhari or Muslim Floyd is from a widowed? Why do these fellows have differences of opinion amongst themselves on this hobby? That is when this happens, this has led? Well,

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on my website, I have

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translated an article I said monster dinamani, in which he lists the arguments against it, and what is the basis of those arguments.

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And if you want to read about it, you can go there and read the whole argument but what it is basically is that some people have taken a position that the covering of the face is watching.

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to maintain that position, it is necessary to insist that that

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is not

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the bottom line

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in terms of the evidence, the evidence is there. And besides that, we know the hadith of fondling a basketball very clear and we were

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sitting on this camel during the Hajj because he wrote the camel to the hedge fund Linda bass is sitting behind him and a woman

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gets up and asked him some questions. And once he's answering the questions, he noticed she is looking at father and father was looking at her.

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So what he did was, he turned

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his head came back