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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of acceptance of different opinions and practice in regards to the topic of Hadees and the Koran. They also touch on the history of national security sectors, the use of language and culture in various political and political sectors, and the importance of collecting authentic hadiths. The speakers stress the importance of rule of law and moderation in conservative behavior, and mention the use of "has been" to convey different opinions. They also discuss the history of Hodes and its importance to the western world, including the history of the Middle East's lack of knowledge and the history of the use of "has been" to convey different opinions.
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lost last week we introduced

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the subject of Hadees.

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And basically what we said was that

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we do not have a choice as Muslims to follow or not to follow the NaVi solara Salah.

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Nobody can say I can choose not to follow No, we are commanded by Allah subhanaw taala. In so many verses of the Holy Quran, where Allah Allah says, you know all the verses in the Quran where Allah speaks about

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the T bar or following of metal or similar.

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Turkoman rasuluh for kulu manakamana Fanta Hua de la la Sandra says,

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and that which Muhammad sallahu wa sallam brings to you or gives to you, you should take it

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and that which he prevents your prohibits you from you should leave it

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and allow soundless out to law will alter your Rasulullah will only remain calm for internetseiten cache for do ilahi

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allows wahala says, Oh you people of faith, oh you Muslims,

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be obedient to Allah and His messenger

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and to those whom Allah has placed in authority over you.

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Any person who has an authority over you, you should obey that person.

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If you accept that person's authority with your employer,

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whether it is your father, or your mother or your elder brother, or your teacher,

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any person who has authority over you, you are bound by the Koran to follow the directions of Fs

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for internal Zeitoun fisheye

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allows foster says

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and if you have a difference,

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if there are two views concerning anything, because that is a different difference of opinion means I have a view

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and you have a view. So I'll also I'm going to say is,

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if there are more than one view, if internals are too fishy about a matter

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what must you do?

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does Allah Allah say both these right? Like many people say to do, everybody's right, nobody's wrong.

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We accept everybody must be.

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I spoke to somebody yesterday said, we must learn to be to accept other people's opinion.

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We must learn to be tolerant of other people's opinion.

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Allah says

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if you have different opinions, what must you do?

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Must you be tolerant?

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Must you say everybody's writing on the seas? For do for who do Allah says, then refer that matter? photo do refer the matter to who

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photo do in Allahu agresso then refer the matter to Allah and His Messenger

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meaning they refer the matter to the Koran and to the Sunnah of Mohammed, authentic Sundar Mohamed Salah Larsson.

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What does that mean?

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What does it mean when Allah says, if you have a difference of opinion, you must refer it back to Allah and His Messenger, what does it mean? doesn't just mean he was referred back finished? No, it is a very important meaning of remittances and it means something extremely important. It means that Allah is saying that the solution

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the solution

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to the many opini

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Or the more than one opinion is to be found way

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either by Allah in the Quran or in the sooner Muhammad Allah?

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What does it mean? What does it mean? When we say that the solution is to be found in the Koran or in the sooner

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it means they can only be one solution.

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So what is what is the point? What is the point in Allah signified to me and referring to Mohammed Salah if he knew there's going to be four opinions in any case, even if you refer to vomit or refer to

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So I say very slowly to you, very slowly. In Islam, they can only be one right?

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last speaker.

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It is a faith which is built on the solid foundations of Revelation.

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It is a faith which is based

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on a hadith which has been protected

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by Allah subhanaw taala through the centuries,

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we are not a faith of opinions, isolate and say isolation is a ministry. No, no, no.

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If you studied you soon, even in fact,

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if you study the soul

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of our law, imagine you go to court.

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And there are four answers or five answers for every

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crime that you commit.

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Cause what you're going to do, you're going to use the answer with choo choo, isn't it

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and that is what we've been doing. We have been saying that there are so many opinions, I decide which one I want to follow.

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The one that suits me I follow that one or the Imam or the band who interprets for me and it agrees with me I will follow that.

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So it is very important for us to understand

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why Allah subhanaw taala refers as back to the Quran.

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And as you can read on the screen is something on the screen.

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The big question that generation upon generation of Muslims ask themselves is how does a Muslim love according to Allah zwei according to the Quran, as revealed in the Quran, and the Sunnah as practiced by Mohammed Salah? How do we live that life?

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In other words, what is the tsunami?

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And how do we relate to the Quran of Allah was finally water.

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Now this Deen, of course came to Mohammed salatu salam in Medina.

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And after the Prophet passed away,

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it continued in the practice of the Sahaba Alamosa to surround the companions.

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What I want to point out here is

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that there is an unbroken chain, a solid

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iron chain that stretches from me standing in front of you in the year

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14 134 2013 that stretches from me right back to the Navy so awesome.

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So when I say that Mr. Buhari reports and says call Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the nebrija Salim said and it's an authentic hadith. It is as if the NaVi sobre la Salaam is saying the howdy to you in his places.

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When all those a harbor passed away, we reached the time of the people who live after the Sahaba

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or even live in the time of the Sahaba. So we find for example, and one always wonders what happened to the children of people like Abu Bakar in Abu huraira. And here we see that costume

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even in Mohammed bin Abu Bakr, the grandson

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of Santa Rosa Casa de gras, who died in the 108 years after the Hendra.

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He was one of those who preserved

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the interpretation of the Quran and the Sunnah

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in Medina was a midnight scholar and we find side even in Messiah he was the son in law of the grades.

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preserver of Hadith, Abu huraira the ultra, you know, the great abora whose original name whose real name was?

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What was his real name?

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What is your name? Nice smiles, but I don't see any Oh, I don't you Let's move on. I see you smiling Michelle, what was his name?

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You can call a friend

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of drama. And of course, you know the story of how he became a burera.

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He was one day for forgery came to the masjid. And the clinical. There used to be these wide sleeves so you can do the magic and

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after the Salah for further analysis on them so that there was something moving in the sleeve. So the Prophet asked what is in your sleeve?

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Yeah, man. So he said yes, well, I was coming to the masjid. And I saw a small kitten on the road, very cold, because Medina can get very cold. And I picked up the kitten and I had no other place to put it, put it in my sleeve, to keep it warm.

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Those were the same people who fought the battles of hurt and by the end

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the same what they would call to the terrorists.

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Same people would defend that Islam with a sword that was the that was the heart which the head softness of that was the character there.

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So they then preserve the interpretation of the Korean Peninsula. Whatever they preserved was written down the anus evening Malik

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Of course, who is the eponym or the founder of the Maliki madhhab.

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In Iraq, in Kufa, particularly, we see Abdullah minimus road one of the great companions, friend of Mohammed Salah Salaam, stationed himself in Kufa and instructed the early Muslims in the Quran and Sunnah. So you can see how the river flows continuously from the Navy. So lasala is legacy absorbing muscles legacy was that after him his great companion instead of outcome magnetized, who took the knowledge from him, he passed it on to Ebrahim and now he will pass it on to Hamad bin Abu Sulayman will finally pass it on to Abu hanifa Rahim Allah, of course, was the eponym of the great school called the Hanafi school of thought. And of course Abu Abu hanifa that wasn't his name.

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His name was

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nah man been fabric that I gave last week. No man, that was darband bins habit. So you can see how the knowledge flowed in a continuous River. down right down to where we are today.

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All right, so we find them we see this the grandson of Abu Bakar, we see

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al Musa ye

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the son in law of Abu huraira, we see Abdullah road. These are just examples that I've taken from the history to show you the line

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what was their attitude towards knowledge, how did they see it? How do they see it for an in Sona

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and I was I

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imagine I was I also started the mahtab the oza image

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but because it had very few followers followers, it eventually died It was a by rooty or a Lebanese.

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He said, religious knowledge or Island is what has come to us from the companions of the Prophet was from the prophet to the companions of the Prophet, what has not is not knowledge. So he restricted to knowledge to the novice of La Salaam and to the Sahaba. He said that is the midroc of knowledge that is a source of knowledge from

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coming to him and before his time

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a movement was started

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and I totally lost him Buhari was born in the year 190.

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Which is

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second century

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after the death of the Navy salatu salam,

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a movement called the Sahih movement.

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And you know, more than the history of Buhari, the lessons I'm giving you are lessons in history.

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For those of you who learn history will know that history

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repeats itself.

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So this history is not a history which I'm taking from the 190 after the Navy so so no, if you read this easily, you will see Capetown in this.

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If you read this history, you will see Makkah in this you will see Syria in this you'll see Egypt, you will see the world reflected in the history.

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In every age in every community, there are sahid movements. In every age, people who strove to bring the oma back to their roots, which is the Quran and Sunnah.

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They give them different names in different times.

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I will do abdulhadi, sunova, JAMA,

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100, Salah,

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and so forth and so on. These are the names of those who wish to bring us back to the river, which flow which is flowing continuously from the Navy. So a lot of

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Mr. Bahari in his time and Mr. Muslim, and others, they set themselves the task of collecting only authentic hadith. And I said last week, that in the time of gohari

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the people they all are mother scholars of Hadith believed

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that a hadith could only be handed down by word of mouth orally, a you orally but only a URL here and oddly o ra l by mouth by hearing.

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And by say your hand down. That was until the coming of Buhari up to his time and during his time. The scholars used to narrate 1000s of Harry's

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because they heard it from their fathers and their forefathers and their forefathers.

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And there were 1000s of Hadith in circulation.

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Imam Bukhari and he still Mr. Muslim said themselves the task of collecting and recording

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only those hobbies which could be confirmed to have been said by the Navy so long because they were aware that the Navy said man Gary, Bob bancha Alia with a median

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family acaba de homina. No, nobody says what I'm saying. I person who tells a lie about me, a person who says in a b2c

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color Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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and it is not what the NaVi said.

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Then it says let him prepare for himself a seat in Jannah.

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So, Mr. Buhari and Muslim considered it a very important task

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to collect the authentic hadith of the NaVi salatu salam.

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Those who disagreed with him, accused them and said

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they slammed the righteous forefathers of Salma Hayek heyne mean a seller and mowdy when they said you Eman Bukhari,

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Mohammed mini smile and new Allah Judge Muslim, You are insulting our forefathers.

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Our forefathers as been handing down hardy from the death of the Navy some 200 years ago up to now by word

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Who gave you the right to record? Only Sahih Hadith of the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The difficulty I think we all have with this attitude is that why would scholars

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rely on weak hudy

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there are authentic hadith available in the market

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in the time of recording, he had written Howdy. We know today that it is the most most authentic hadith ever written after the demise of the NaVi Sol la sala

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y in his time, and he died in the year. I think 250 I think

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why would people not take the authentic it isn't it

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This is inauthentic, Huggies, we will say, No, we'll take the week Heidi, why?

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It is the same question we can ask ourselves today, the mirror image of today,

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people would defend the traditions of their forefathers.

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And they will come with a weak Hadith and say, you see, this is

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our basis for accepting the traditions of our pious predecessors for funds.

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knowing very well. There are so many authentic hadith

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which this agrees with a weak Hadith.

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The answer to that question

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is given to us

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by a very important man in the history of Islam, and I want you to remember his name.

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He's one of the most important men lived in our history.

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And his name is Al Hakim.

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And he came from the town of Lisa poor.

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In modern today in Iran, that city is located in Iran and hack him.

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Why do I say is a very important personality.

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He's a very important personality.

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Mr. mojari was born in 190.

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That's when Allah Hakeem died in 405,

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which is almost exactly 200 years after the birth of Yvonne and Buhari

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one can almost sense the opposition that came to confront Imam Bukhari when he wrote his sorry

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by the fact that it was al Hakim 200 years after his birth

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that came to make the world aware of the Sahil

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so the Muslim world for 200 years didn't have

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the glory and the greatest. Some people use it. But he didn't have what we have today that it is next to Koran

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the sources of outlaw first the Quran, then the sooner bahamasair salaam as contained in Sahaba.

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He said,

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Why did the people rather take weak hudy than Samadhi? And what did he say? He said?

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and he said why is that when we present the people with a strong How do you say use your hobbies that we would you using as a very weak connection to the Navy, Savalas, Allah? That's heavy. There's a very strong connection to the Navy salaria Salah.

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What will they What do they say says, You know what they say? He says, they say,

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But you see, we've been practicing this for 200 years.

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And because we've been practicing this for 200 years, there is no way we're going to change our practice. Even if you tell us that we basically get on something which is weak.

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We're gonna change.

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It's a mirror image of the Muslim communities throughout the world.

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With their good traditions and bad traditions, we're not talking about that we're talking about traditions, which are strong and which come from Mohammed solo Salah. So many people will come in and say we have a Hadith, Elisa Salim said this, we have another Hadith.

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But there is one very important requirement for a hadith.

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And that requirement is given to us by all the scholars and that is that if a Hadi is in conflict with the Koran, it is not an authentic hadith from the Navy.

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Because Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam will not contradict what Allah subhanaw taala has revealed to him in

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the Sahara movement of Imam Al Bukhari Rahim Allah Imam Muslim

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him a whole lot

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led to what is called in the history of HUD is the bifurcation or it's a big word but very small meaning.

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bifurcation means division.

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The Division

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of housing Heidi literature

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into that which is weak and that which is strong. That's why we have we have so many books of our Heidi delivered by so many people, you know, for example collected 50,000 honey

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collected 50 1000s of

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these ahaadeeth were not learned in universities or institutions. People had a love for the collect for collecting the hadith of Muhammad Rasul because of the love for the Lebanese or Salah. And because Allah commands wama Atacama rasuluh what an Ibiza Salam gives you take it, so to command from Allah for the scholars who have collected that which visa Salam had lived

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the bifurcation of Hadith

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into that which is weak and that which is strong. So it's important for us at this stage to understand

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a little bit about the science of Hadith a little bit, five minutes test the science of hobby.

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First of all, very important to know that every hobby is divided into two parts.

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The first is called the meat of the Hadith, the meat or as you can Arabic the mutton couldn't do with lamb

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or anything like that. Just that

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Martin and Martin is exactly the same pronunciation. One is Martin which you eat

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lamb and mutton yeah means the text. So the text of the Hadith is called the math and very easy to remember so you will remember it for the rest of your life. The texts of the Hadith meaning if nerissa salaam said

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the monastics

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call Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Who do I need Manasa the prophets of Salaam said then comes the matter.

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perform your hides

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as you see me performer Hodge solu camara, Manu suddenly make Salah like you see me make Salah. Those are the words, that's where the matter

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more important than the mutton

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is the isnaad of the Hadith

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that which comes before somebody said Mr. Salim said, somebody else said so forth, until they say so and so say to so and so say to so and so, until the words appear.

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That's called the isnaad or the chain

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of the Hadeeth.

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over a long time, many people would have reported from the Navy some change would be quite long. From the Navy to this harbor to the successor for 10 years for 20 years for 30 years for 40 years or 50 years.

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I signs developed called masala, Alhaji masala Salahuddin is the science of classifying the Hadees

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Hadees which is very Hadith which is authentic right at the top which is strong a little bit lower holidays which is mode etc etc until we come to hurry which is weak and then we come to the last which is Moldova, or Hades which has been fabricated

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meaning somebody came along they mainly fabricated

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that record every day. But we don't know it's fabricated.

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I want to indicate maybe one or two of the Hadith Hadees which everyday people calling from the main bar people quoting and say call her a

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prophet emissary.

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So Mr. Mahajan names they

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symptoms of the task of collecting the authentic hadith of a Muslim.

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I want to give you an example

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of a very common Hadith

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with which,

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is classified by the scholars of hiding as the informal door we

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have fabricated

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In other words,

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it is not from the mouth of Mohammed Salah that had it is us how we can rule

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the IMF today to

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people save in Episode Seven said which he did not saying

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my companions are rock stars you will be guided by following any one of them

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was there must be reasons why they had even noticed it.

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People like remember her in a Muslim

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was studied the sciences of Alma region al Morejon is the study of the biographies of the people who narrated their life histories from the ravages of Salah

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Ahmadinejad among

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many others say that this hadith

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cannot be from the mouth of the Navy soldiers

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in the hands of Al Andalus See,

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the great the heavy scholar agree that this these words are not from the NaVi sobre la

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Why do they say that?

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They say that because

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you see that is why the study of the Quran.

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And so the study of the Hadith is not isolated

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from the world in which we live isolated from other things which enables a solemn says from other knowledge that we know

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they say

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that there is only one person

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who is Massoud

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infallible, never told a lie.

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never told an untruth always guided by our last ohana Tada. His name is Mohammed Salah Lawson, not Ayesha not aboubaker not not only not all not not us ban, none of them.

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Only one man.

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Mohamed Salah Salah is what Massoud masu means infallible.

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When it came to the deen of Allah, he never ever made a mistake in narrating the Quran.

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Or in a static as in the deen of Allah.

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As a human being se

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we took the advice of this habit but in letters of Dean use was the perfect man.

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He had to be why was Allah wa T.

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And Allah? Allah says, and Mohammed says and doesn't speak from his

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opinion from his power.

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He only speaks that which allows him to speak from why.

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So why is this had he not authentic? Because the companions of Mohammed Salam are not infallible.

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We know.

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We know I shonali fought a battle against each other.

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We know how we are an ally had problems with each other.

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Yet they have companions.

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So Eva has been

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hammering the hammer any man behind a Muslim all say that the Prophet would not have said follow any of them and you'll be guided. Because what if one of them is wrong when you followed him?

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And why was he says he hasn't saved follow my companions when he leaves behind me sooner in the Parana follows

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very common

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people say the Prophet istilah omarama people say the professor Salam said that differences amongst my oma is a mercy.

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The boy had the phone tell us

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that there is no chain for this hygienic reaching back to the lab is no chain at all.

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Not to be found and Buhari knows not to be found. Yet you will find lots of people say oh you know we differ but Prophet said you know differences is a mercy.

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How many differences differences about what

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Who's difference once you take news difference you must not take.

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Mr. Bahari says this. These words are not known to the scholars of hottie.

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It is used by people who want to justify says the mahadasha two things.

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People call this howdy to justify two things first,

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to encourage people to follow blindly

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other people

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without reference to the Quran and Sunnah.

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So people will say, well, prophets a difference is a message, I will accept your difference because almost all Rama your opinion, his opinion, or drama, so there's five of your five opinions. I think I'll take his opinion because it's still a mess. So people use this these words in order to tell the community Don't worry man, you just follow

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those two opinions. He's got his opinion or our opinion

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and you have the right to choose any one of the two opinions it's a mercy for you.

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Without saying brother allows for hunger lessons for do either like water so

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you can't take your opinion you must go back to the Quran and Sunnah Muhammad sallahu wa sallam

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number two

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people use these words.

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For convenience, they say you see, this is the mother of the humble Baba Baba, Abu hanifa mother Basha

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Mother of knowledge for mothers,

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sometimes for opinions.

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because the Prophet said, all these differences are a mercy, you can take any one of them

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people do it. They choose what they want to choose because it agrees.

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I mean, there's some scholars

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on the edge who even say that interest is odd.

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There has some Hanafi scholars who say that if you live in a non Muslim country, you're allowed to take Riba

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why can it not be accepted? Because Allah says differently, allows for Allah says,

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I declare war on those who practice rebar.

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How can somebody say

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that it will be allowed under certain circumstances, not acceptable.

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So somebody will say, Well, I accept that code from that island because he says, You know, I can play the lotto because 12345

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because I'm not taking anybody's money. I'm not sitting around the table, nobody's losing money, you know, the welfare people are they all benefiting you know, all the institutions, you know, the old days, the ivy HIV children. So, you know, my tour and 53 read whatever I pay for the lottery ticket or contribute.

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So, people make all these kinds of

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convenient statements to support whatever they want to support. So the scholars say that, no promises and have never said

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differences of opinion ism is not from the mouth of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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So even regarding Muslim men,

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they performed a vital task. And that was

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that in the movement called the Sahaba movement, wants to bring people back to the Quran. And so

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what they got for it was expulsion, excommunication, and they work was suppressed for 200 years.

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Because people wanted to follow the traditions of the forefathers.

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traditions, that good traditions, I said, bad traditions. But the bad traditions are those traditions, which remove us from the burqa, and the knowledge that has come to us through heavy sacrifice by Mohammed bin Salman through him, which is namely the Quran and the Sunnah of Mohammed Salah lasala. So May Allah saundra inshallah guidance. May Allah give us the trophy, and the hedaya.

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to strive

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for the truth was that is the struggle today to strive to find out your duty

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My duty tolerable EMI for radon, Alico loosely, it is a final duty upon every single Muslim

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to find out the truth, even if it takes you years and years and years.

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But you discover what it is.

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And the day that you discover what the truth is, that will be your EAD. That will be the day where you celebrate, you say today, I've been liberated

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from whatever I had practiced or believed, which is not part of my team.

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And the Navy system tells us

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that a man or woman, no matter how much good they did in the world, if they have in their heart, with

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one atom of keeper in their hearts, they will not enter Paradise.

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If you have one atom of pride in your heart, you will not enter Paradise, so has Havas era Salalah. What is pride?

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What is pride? They want to know

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because if you have tried your name intergender visa Samsung

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I know he knows what it is I'm looking at him on to ask him to come to naswa

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nova Salaam said

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pride is to look down upon your fellow man.

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And more important is to say pride is when you hear the truth and you say I

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can't accept

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that is pride.

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Yeah, the truth.

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Truth against goes against everything that I live for in the studio.

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If you have that in your heart,

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you will not enter Paradise. So we are last ones will give that when we hear the truth. We must hear the truth we must strive to find the truth ourselves. That's a struggle in the world today. Second Language University desert is set to do what why does it go there it goes in order to find the truth to discover the truth. Somehow lost on the whole guide to the truth will

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come to life.