Faaik Gamieldien – 114 – How Ramadan should be welcomed

Faaik Gamieldien
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The wars in the Middle East. That is the least of the challenges that we have.

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The most dangerous challenges that we face are the challenges from within Islam.

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The most dangerous challenges that we face are from within the Muslims, the challenges that Muslims pose to Islam

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the degree to which they go in order to trash for example, the tsunami de la sala, even going so far as to say scholarship is not equality Islam, why should we put an Arabic anusara fakenham? Why Why should they read the Quran in English and live according to that, that'd be enough for them. So these are the challenges. And these are the challenges that we may not be aware of. We may not discuss it, but certainly our children go to university and go to school. Somebody was telling me the other day that there was a they invite children from all the high schools to UCT once a year, and they give these children a topic to discuss. And the topic of discussion this year was Does God

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So your child who's in matric, he goes to these functions organized by University of Cape Town and you know, then you have as a katana as a kind of reputation which says that they are the law, they are the best and whatever they say, you know, is is like the Quran and Sunnah Muhammad Salah. So our children go there, and children come back totally confused. They don't know what to do about because those people obviously are professors and these icecool students. So you can imagine the gap between the two.

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And so the best answer that I give very short answer when parents come to me like that I say

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to them,

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there's one topic they'll never put on the agenda.

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Did Mohammed exist? Because Because mama Salam exists, the world acknowledges that Mohammed Salim was born in Makkah and died in Medina and he lived for 63 approximate years. And he,

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his whole life is within the ambit of historians. He will live in the full light of history. And everybody acknowledges that I won't say why. Because if we admit that Mohammed Salah Salah was not a figment of somebody's imagination, that he really existed, it means the Quran existed. And it means by

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logically that allows handlers exists because allows for 100 revealed of random hot metal awesome. This morning, I was just fleetingly looking at one of the books lying on my table. And this book was written by

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voiceover his name,

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physicist in England, who's in a wheelchair, what's his name?

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And he wrote a book in, in the 80s, called

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something about time, can't remember the exact title.

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A Brief History of time, he wrote a little book called the brief history of time, and he is recognized to be one of the greatest cosmologists and,

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and authority on many, many subjects about the universe. And now the universe functions and time and all that kind of thing. Great, great scholar.

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And I flicked through the some of the pages in the book, I'm reading it at the moment. I read it a few years ago, and I read it again this morning, in between preparing my foot down. And one of the things that caught my attention on one of the pages was he says that,

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and I smiled to myself, and as it's panela, he said,

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they they've been discussing these great scientists in England and France and Germany, and wherever they are, in the 19th century, in 20th century they were discussing the universe, the stars,

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black holes, those of you know about it. And he says one of the issues they never discussed and could never come to decision on was, is the universe expanding? Or is the universe contracting? Or is the universe stable? other words, not contracting, not expanding, staying exactly the same?

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Some say the universe was contracting, but never he says nobody ever said the universe was expanding. But I read another three pages after that and no, it does refer to the Quran. Because the Quran is the only book clearly says, Why in Allah musi own, we're in Allahu Allah says, and we have expanded the universe, the universe is an expanding universe. So even in 1980, they didn't they the world didn't know that Allah funds revealed in the API just made effort with all these was the membranes and intelligence to have religious or intellectual

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Do the founder, the creator of the universe says what is happening to the universe? It's a or it's an expansive expanse or it gets bigger and bigger and bigger all the time, but that's not the topic of our discussion.

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So today inshallah I'm going to give you brief analysis very brief, because it's a very, it's a very wide subject to discuss than ERISA law. Solomon is a Hadeeth. But I want to say state categorically from the beginning, that these challenges people come and say today Why must you follow the Hadith? When there is so much controversy about a hadith? Why don't we just follow the Quran it sounds like a plausible argument maybe we'll get out of all our problems if we don't go to the Hadith but just go to the Quran and study the Quran and the Quran and disregard the hadith of Mohammed Salah salah and disregard the sin of Mohammed said on the surface sounds like a pretty good idea. Maybe one

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could do that. Maybe it'll solve all our controversies. So Pinilla.

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We know that through the centuries since the coming of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and before him.

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And we know the nebulous element referred to the Sharia before him the Sharia of Isa the Sharia Moosa and many of the laws that we have today has been accepted and put into the Quran by Allah subhanaw taala. The same laws that were given to moose on a sense of like Salah for example, like fasting and so forth and so on.

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And we know as Muslims since 1500 years that our Sharia our way of life,

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our Deen our belief system consists of two indivisible entities and sources. One is called Al Quran, which was revealed to Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and otherwise the is the son of Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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I'm not going to rush this, I'm going to each other. This is only an introduction this morning. But I'm going to give detailed lectures on this insurance Ramadan as part of my other lectures on Ramadan.

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But talk about revelation, the sweet few just about the revelation

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and given insight into revelation.

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What is revelation? Revelation is what it's why what is why why is

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that which gibreel brought directly from the local foods from allows what is what is the food. It is the book by alongside the language everything is recorded. And every time jabril had to come to Bahamas or Salah Lausanne told him to take that verse to take that. Take that surah sometimes also roskamp some family verses came and you'd bring it to the nadie salatu salam we know the first one was a crock.

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But that was not the only way that Allah communicated with an Ibiza Salah very important point.

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Repeat. It was not the only way in which allows a high note Allah communicated with an IV salsola.

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Let me say

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we thought that the only revelation was the Quran. Now there are other ways I'm not saying this motivated. I'm saying there are many ways in which our laws whether we know that a good example from the Quran

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the Nabi sallallahu Sallam when he was in Makkah.

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He was commanded to Max alaba la sonterra Torah class in the morning to represent the Vini. We know that and what was it similar?

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To add pray to each capillary pray?

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Not Palestine, Jerusalem. Palestine is a very big country.

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You must be very specific in Ibiza, salaam pray to Jerusalem. Where was he playing when he played in Makkah? In the harem? Correct. You're spraying in the harem, by the way, was his Qibla. He wasn't playing towards the Kaaba, we were deploying towards he was praying towards

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When he came to Medina, maybe Santa Lucia Allah, please don't want to change the Qibla in his mind, to look up in the sky and to say Allah, you know, not the Quran. You know, you say Allah

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feel belongs to turn to spark. See eventually a lot of things for Luigi, welcome shutaura I came

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from today you can turn I know Allah says I know what you want. I know what you want. You want to turn towards maka. Today I'm granting your wish turn to with Mark. And as a hub also related they were in Salah.

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And why I came in the message came and they turned from

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Facing module Oxana turn facing the gap.

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Now the question arises

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there is no way in the Quran where Allah says

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oh Muhammad in Makkah you must pray towards magical AXA

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there is no reference in the Quran to say oh Mohammed salams I've made two records in the morning for you to make Salah before the five times a lot became followed because remember Salah only became followed the way

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in Medina not in Makkah.

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So there's no reference in the Quran at all about magic laksa obey democritus. So we didn't get that message from after he wanted to pray towards where he wanted to pray towards the Kaaba from day one.

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But he prayed towards

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Machu roxa he there's no reference in the Quran Allah says pray towards Muslims. So where did that information come from?

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It means that they were other means by which allows for handler communicated within a resource alone. And there are many other examples I mean, allows on the communicated with web rahima through what to slaughter isn't revelation.

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How to Treat

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so there are many ways in which allows so if somebody says it is not in the Quran,

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it doesn't mean that allows 100 didn't send a message to the Navy. So some by some other means.

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And that is why I love how the tells us in the Quran about Mohammed words. What is LSA? Well, Marian

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Hawa in World

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War II New

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Zealand doesn't speak from himself. He speaks from Revelation.

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But I also but now the law of wedlock says not in the Quran. So what do we say there are many ways in which allows you to handle it communicated within a recent alasa very important

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inshallah, in my lectures in Ramadan, I will expand on that but just

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two examples from the Quran Allah subhanaw taala communicates with ambia Allah him or salah

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and of course on the narrow edge Allah spoke directly to the Navy, so Salah

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Mira was it without any medium or intermediary in between, we know that. So that's also a way of we allows hardness spoke to the newbie and mBiA him or Salatu wassalam.

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So today we find the skepticism

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doubt about what doubt of the attitude of Muslims and non Muslims Swasey Suna, Mohammed Salah Lotus Allah, some of them reject the entire corpus of Hadith.

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Others reject sama Hadith

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as a hadith a week, and so forth and so on. And most of the people who make these statements are people who do not know any Arabic.

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Most of these people are people who read with Wikipedia.

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The first thing the first port of call is Wikipedia. And what is Wikipedia Wikipedia is what I wrote right and you right and somebody else writes and even to add some Wikipedia says they at the bottom, you want to add something to this discussion, please go ahead. If you want to put something in here, please go ahead.

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So today, the demand of the time is for us to produce scholars

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who know the classical laws of the Quran, who know first of all, the language of Arabic very important, have studied their Hadith, not by themselves by reading books. There's no such thing as learning from reading books.

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If that was so that allows Muhammad Allah would have said no algebra, just a book to Bahamas, just in the book, or inspired him with the book was in jabril. Why give him a teacher to teach him how to take odo teach about the maxilla because that is the methodology that the whole of Islam is based upon.

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that Islam is not based on a book.

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Of course the Quran is down there.

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But initially

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wasn't written down. There was no book. How did this happen or what happened? they memorize the product.

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And why did they memorize the Quran? Because we know the Quran was written down by instruction of the Navy sometime during his lifetime, but that was mainly for recording purpose.

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There is no incident in the time of the NaVi salatu salam where his hobby set where they visited Harare knees and reading it.

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Why not?

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Why didn't you make copies of the Quran during the time of the revolution, Salah in Medina, Muslims became more and more.

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the Koran

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was taught

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by one hobby to the others hobby.

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From what he heard from the Nerys are allowed as a result of some

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Our modern systems of education which comes from the waste of trashed memory, they don't rely on memory. They say, oh, people go, you know, in the Medina madrasahs. They,

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they learn by rote memorization

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is the best form of secure knowledge.

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And we know that today, the internet teaches is that I've just mentioned Wikipedia. People can write anything, they can change anything. They can write even a heart even put at the bottom Bukhari and Muslim Meanwhile, it's it's a lie.

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But what cannot be lies, cannot be lies that is transformed

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by sincere, honest, dedicated Muslims from one person to the next person, and especially in matters of Deen.

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And we'll find the best all our mind the world of the past and the present are those who memorize most of the things that they lacked.

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I wish I had memorized more than what I know what I wish I relied less on books.

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Because books you have to go from one book to the other book and make sure that the guy who wrote the first book really wrote the right thing in the first book that he quoted properly in the first book. I don't know if his anatomy book aboriginality book was misquoted. Even Quranic misquoted, but when you memorize the verse immediately recognize it, this verse, so this is not it hasn't been written properly.

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So our children, our young people today because they lack critical knowledge.

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They all become doubtful of it.

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They become doubtful of

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did the profitsystem really say this?

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Were these the words of Hamas Allah, Allah is Allah.

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And I've read quite extensively in the last two weeks.

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All the opinions of those who reject their hobbies other than me, Holly said to Sam and say we should rely on in the Quran that they've got far astray from the dean policy from the DEA.

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What they in fact saying is that they've opened a new door, what is this door? This door is called

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translation of the Quran in English.

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We have to understand that the translation of the Quran is not the Quran in OT, in big, big, big letters. It's not

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it is a translation of the Quran. In a language we understand

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a spoken language but it's not the Quran you can't call to English verse of the Quran say Allah says, are you people who believe Allah never said are you people who believe when Allah say oh people Allah says, Yeah, you have Lavina amanu we just have entirely different meaning from people who believe

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because all you people who believe in what

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the what the man is not they believe there's no real reference to a man. But uh, last ones Uh, yeah, he will let me know in the word Armand, who is the man and what is he man? He man is not to believe in God in Islam, his mind is to believe in Allah is the one and to believe in Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam as the Messenger of Allah subhanaw taala So, are you people who believe Allah didn't say that?

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That is just a convenient way of remember very dangerous when somebody comes to you and say you have an unlicensed Quran verse I want to invest I want to say so and so and so and so. And he goes to you in English, you say really say I'm not gonna go to you with a quote from Quran.

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So what happens is if we then say that we should read the English Quran in level go to the English Koran

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That means that everybody will interpret the Quran the way he reads the English language is in itself. So if I see a word in the English language I don't know what Subhan Allah tala

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the Quran, we lost it distorted forever lost stood blitting.

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So we caught in between ourselves we really caught between the devil and the deep blue sea Subhanallah that's our own.

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We don't understand Arabic And we read our own book in English and we think that is our book.

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That's where we are.

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And those of us who read the Quran in Arabic don't know what we're reading

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through the series business media books.

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That's why we are where we are.

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We not producing the scholars that we're supposed to produce as an oma.

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We spend millions and millions and millions of rands and we take our policies for our children to go to us at a new WC and Oxford and Cambridge and, and we're very proud of them when they get graduated. How much money have you spent to save to send your child to learn the Dean of allows

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him to turn away I'm saying, I mean, how many Muslim fathers that you've seen, it's just an unknown anatomy class

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takes a form Keifa for every Muslim to at least know the Arabic language for him to understand the Quran of a loss.

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So again, I repeat and I say to you that the arguments of those who say but it's the Quran we follow the Quran again, I says not the Quran which follows the English translation of the Quran.

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I must also tell you that these groups and individuals have been with us throughout history. People who reject the son of Mohammed Salah some people who reject their hobbies and hobbies are solid. But they've always been doubt he blows and the one the person who doubted the heaviest blow was Mr. Chef.

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Mr. Chef he wrote his book or reseller. It is the first book on Islamic jurisprudence written in the history of Islam.

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And it deals with the subject of the authenticity and authority of the Sunnah towards it deals with the authority of the sun and deals with the authenticity of the soma.

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So these groups of $100 have given us great scholars called Abu hanifa, Shafi and so forth and some great scholars have defended this Deen against these onslaughts

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and the worry of course, is we are the scholars today.

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We have this group in Cape Town and they call themselves this is this is this is the the word that they use to describe themselves.

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They call themselves the qurani Yun Alcor Annie Yuna

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what is for me? You mean? It means they ask for an only people

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on the surface it sounds good to me the man talks about

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how could you go against it but he is still talking about the crime. He's talking about the English translation he doesn't know I live from bar but he's got a doctorate from UCT in medicine or pharmacy always got a doctorate in philosophy or is some brainy guy who sits in a in a corporate office the whole day can speak very I flew that English and and the big salary so if he is now he's also not something

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hola como de La Villa

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al Qur'an Eunice is the modern name they used to call themselves in the past

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people of the Quran and so forth and so on.

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The first argument is that we don't need a hadith Why not? Because the Quran explains everything.

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Secondly, they say their hobbies were fabricated and written down only 300 years after the death of the enemy so Lotus Allah

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Listen carefully. What is the first argument? first argument is that the Quran speaks about everything.

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Everything is in the Quran is people's everything is in the Quran. Everything mean English word and Quran being in the English translation of the Quran which they've read.

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And they quote two verses to support the argument.

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The first verse is in Serato, and ama, which is the sixth

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Surah verse 38 allows handleless is

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one, nursing kita, dementia,

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Alzheimer's disease, we have not left out anything

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from this book.

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For the last I'm gonna say, we have not left out anything from this book. So they see a lot of lessons

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or lessons we haven't left out anything from the Torah. So they come to you and they say, reach out and they show you an English translation, see what Allah says, We have not left out anything from this forum. So you see,

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that's really which means everything is in the Columbia

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University and they say, See, here's the first thing he did yourself. Allah says everything is in

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the second verse according to nahal 16 surah verse 89. Allow saugata says, These are the arguments of those who reject Hadith and Sunnah. One has done Allah Calcutta TBN and liquidation. So they take you to that

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16th Shura was 89. And a quarter of us what is the first thing

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we have seen down to you over hamata salam, the book, explaining all things again, they show you see, see our last one Allah says we have sent down the book explaining all things

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we have not left out anything from the Quran.

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So why do we need anything else they said to you? So what do you go now you like bed?

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You're a young person, even an older person you don't know the arguments. The important thing is our children do not have the critical knowledge to answer these questions.

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And that is why when I give lectures and I plead for you people to come to it and you refuse or you refrain to come, not from me, I'm not teaching you what I know. But I'm going to be dead tomorrow. As soon as son as soon as day follows night and night follows day, it could be now I could feel that now tomorrow.

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And I will die with all the knowledge I have. Unfortunately, I

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can show you with the knowledge that you have.

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can be whoever you are, but if you fall down tomorrow, your knowledge goes with you with the greatest scientists great. But at least in Islam, we have this modality and methodology of transferring the knowledge of the deen to others.

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But it's a two way street if I transfer then you must be there to accept.

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If you don't, we will not you will not have the answers your children will not have the answers. They will ask you daddy unless you say

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my friend says everything is the Quran Amazon go to the Hadith and he quoted me the verse and he said Go go there. Now what will he say to you?

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So now what creates doubt

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first of all bodies versus serotonin and serotonin

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revealed in Makkah.

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This number one you don't know that? Doesn't say that? Doesn't say. So both these verses were revealed when

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in Makkah.

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Most of the Quran revealed were

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in Medina

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save a lot. So as I said in Morocco in the Quran was only a third revealed only one third of the book was revealed. We have not left anything out from this book.

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Which book was our last song referring to?

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If Allah Sutherland meant that everything in this book he did this these verses which should have been revealed when the end should be the last verses to be revealed, the laws must be revealed to say what we have not left anything out from this book

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within itself.

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So what does this mean? This

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allows us to drive the beginning of Revelation. We have not left anything out from this book.

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In New Jersey, one of the great scholars Humber is scholars.

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He says that everything and anything that allows Allah refers to

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is that Allah finally made everything clear in the Quran.

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Either by clear text

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or statement

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A statement with the details I left

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to the Navy salsa lamb

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to teach us

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or an indication of what we should do. And the details left to the Navy Salas Allah give you a very simple example. This Take for example,

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the reading of the Quran

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with Tajweed

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is that in the Quran we did a lot on the saying the Quran you should read the Quran with Tajweed

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what did you parameter Tila?

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So it has all these intricate rules of Tajweed and reading the Quran correctly come from

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it was the way that gibreel read the Quran to the Navy arisa to Salah.

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The Navy memorize it exactly as he heard it from gibreel Allah says Islam

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and the rules and regulations of reading the Quran was then transferred out in book form no in memorization for profit, Jubilee rate, Mohammed Salah memorize Hamas Allah married again to the Sahaba they memorized

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so right from Allah.

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down to us today, we read the Quran as it was revealed to Muhammad Salah debris, large Islam.

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That do it was never written down anywhere.

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In fact, the earliest copies of the Koran and we know contain no diacritical marks, what is that critical mark. It doesn't contain any factors or cutters or dots or anything like that just lines.

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And you will be surprised to know that the first core arm that was correlated

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the first core arm that's a man Roger lottoland

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make copies of the same to the seven centers, Muslim centers at the time, signals mine

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expressly and purposefully left out all the diacritical marks, meaning factors in contrast,

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so that it would not be possible for anybody to pick up the Quran and read it by himself.

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He specifically made a copy of the Quran so nobody could read it. But this is strange. Why?

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Because he wanted every Muslim to have a teacher to teach him how to read the Quran in the proper way, as it was given by jabril to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and then handed down to the Sahaba.

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clusters, love of Allah, love of the Quran, they laughing they must mean there must be nothing that cause any reflection upon the Quran of Allah.

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That was the mission of Mohammed Salam and sobre la hymn of Salatu was Salam.

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Karloff just another example. Allah speaks about tawaf in the Quran. But no way does Allah say bank must make seven times so off around the Baitullah, neither does Allah say was going the anti clockwise direction, now is anything Mataji touching the * last word

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and so forth and so on. All these matters will live to the Nerys Allah.

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In fact, the two verses which I quoted

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were Allah says he lived nothing out of the Quran, everything is in the Quran.

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The following verse.

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If that is true, then the verse I'm going to go to you now contradicts

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the two verses, which is a quote from the Holy Quran. Of course no contradiction the Quran. Allah says against

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verse 44, what he like vichara Denali nassima, New Zealand

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a lot of swans

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and waves so in the What do they say they say that everything is in the Quran. We don't have to go anywhere else. Just read the English translation of use of it and you

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you find you on your way.

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For a year, Allah Subhana Allah says we're Angelina ilica Vikram and we have seen down to you on Amazon

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landecker the Quran the remembrance, why need to buy yegerlehner so that you may explain to to mankind,

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not to Muslims. So you may explain to mankind mahmudullah la what was revealed to them?

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What is the first two verses say everything

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but the loss was an assessment Mohammed we've asked we've sent you to explain to people which means there are many things which was left to the explanation of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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in the last

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24 seven, first Allah Allah decree in quantum law, Tana moon, Allah says, and ask those who know the book, who know the vicar who have knowledge in quantum law to Allah moon, if you don't know

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why knowledge just say go to the Quran if you don't know

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fast they can ask the people with knowledge of the people know the Quran, ask them if you don't know

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and if and therefore allow santella and who was the person pi Exxon's knowing the Quran, Mohammed Salah masala Pike's

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and then allows Allah says, of course, the famous verse in Surah verse 59, a Surah 59 verse seven Allah says Takoma rasuluh Zulu woman

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Takuma Allah says

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and what Mohammed gives you take it? Well ma ma ma means ma is

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an all inclusive generalization

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and analysis what gives you

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for who do take it? Well, nah, nah, come on.

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From stay away from it.

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What Allah Allah gives you, whatever Allah gives you take it, and whatever Allah prohibits you don't go near it or don't do it. No.

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Allah says, and what Allah has given my takamura so whatever the Prophet gives you take it, and what he prohibits you from?

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Don't take it.

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Why did Allah say that?

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Why didn't he say what I give you take it, I give you Why? Because we know that the standard because allows what happened with Allah was implied in the minds of the Muslim

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that everything Mohammed said and did was in compliance with Allah as law

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was in compliance with Allah intention was in compliance with our laws Rhonda was pleased with so how can we reject the idea of Mombasa hold on all the time? No, Mamata was

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the second argument that those who reject the Quran you know,

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these new spirited intellectuals were their masters and doctorate degrees in the big surgeries

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and the

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understanding of the advent of the English language.

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And they now feel they are all now become prophets, all these intellectuals, how Lola cotulla when they say

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People already noted down 300 years after the Navy saw some flowers indicated B.

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Let's look at the statement.

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And I'm not going to go into the details of the profit first. They don't write down how he did he said write down how eaten. People couldn't write and people memorize and

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I've said something about memorization, which is the base for transference of knowledge when we know that

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let's look at the Prophet himself. And the people that surrounded him. The prophets Allah Allah Allah Muhammad Allah Salaam, long Salah Allah Muhammad Allah, Allah Allah change the world in 23 years, Tao will change took him 23 years to change the entire world. 23 years.

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His enemies him and his friends never had companions, his enemies

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watched him continuously 24 seven, his every move was watched by them.

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They listened to every word that he said. They asked every kind of question that they could ask of him Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, the Jews and the Christians Jews. The Christians came from Iran. He put them up in the mosque.

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They asked him about Jesus and all the awesome Pacific Christians, the Jews came and asked too many questions.

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under a microscope, from the day he nicknamed this Arabic Allah, Allah,

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those are my enemies. Subhan Allah, what about his friends? What about Abu Bakr? What about Omar Osman and Ali? Imagine how they must have gone to every single word of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And after his death, a lot of details in between Of course,

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and after his death, these are so spirited, they loved him so much they were so inspired with a firearm, they took on the two greatest powers of the day, the Romans and the Persians

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and the defeated both these these great powers, like today we will say you take on America and Russia.

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And you know, at the same time they took on the Persian Empire they took on the Roman Empire and they smashed to pieces

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and the companions Subhan Allah they sacrificed everything they possessed for the deen of Allah

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the highest thing they sacrifice was the lives they gave their lives to Mohammed Salah

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How is it possible that these people who die for him

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didn't write down or memorize and transfer the words of Mohammed Salaam meticulously

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from one person to the next person and from one generation to the next generation? How can we how can we even think

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that he wouldn't have done that?

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And how was he done?

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Because every word of the Navy Alice's land became public

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Not only did they memorize it but every Muslim in Medina in the world wherever that's hobbling made the Koran and the words of the Assam their own property that they owned.

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And of course if you own something you make it your own property is zealously guarded.

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And they jealously guarded the heritage of the Hadith and Sunnah Mohamed Salah so much so that

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that Abdullah in your honor,

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one day he was walking and with as a hobby, and suddenly there was a three day and he made a detour and he went around the tree and he made with us how big is obviously What's wrong with you?

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Why are you walking in? I'm talking to you and you suddenly make a detainee go walk around the T. He said because I saw the Nabi Artesia Salaam walk around the tree when he walked in this path.

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In fact, that wasn't part of the Sunnah.

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But in that is how they watch the Navy's Allah seminar they transfer that knowledge from the from from from generation to generation to generation.

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The first book that was written on a Hadith, in a book form many Hadith written in many forms that are harder to write than a hadith by the hundreds. I mean, that's another lecture on its own.

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But the first book that was compiled, was a book of the law by Marika heinola. Mr. maryk wrote his motto 100 years after the death of the Navy, the salami locked in Medina,

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where the Navy spent the last 10 years so he lives in the community, which had passed on their Hadid from the salon from generation to until he came in, he wrote it down. And in my mind, it is a hadith in the magic number we hear yet his class in the mosque of the prophets of Salaam we taught his water they had either a single person objected to his teaching no to a single Hadith which he quoted from the NaVi salatu salam.

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These are Muslims who are prepared to give their life for the Nabi Salaam. I think if Mr. maryk accorded one Hadith wrongly,

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or did anything wrong in terms of the Hadith, he wouldn't have lasted a single day. So there was a lot of love. So this recording

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of the Hadith of the analysis of love

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was something which was to pride of place amongst Muslims even today.

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Look at the pride of place that the Quran takes amongst us and the memorization of the Quran.

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And it was given to Muhammad Salam 1500 years ago, and it's unchanged until until today.

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So those who reject Hardee's not only reject the authenticity of the Hadith,

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meaning they sell it this, you know, so many people, so many chains, they also reject the authority of the

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meaning the authority of the law isn't.

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It's like if I say to you is, there's a town in China called Beijing.

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You don't believe me? I'm sure you don't believe.

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I hope you believed everything I said before this.

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And you will believe me and you believe anybody who says to you that Beijing is in is the capital of

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China, even if you've never seen it?

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But why do you believe it? Because so many people have come to tell you that Beijing is in China, hundreds of 1000s or just in your own circle, it is impossible for anybody to make up such a lie. impossible for people to come together and say,

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let's all agree that Beijing, we know Beijing is in New York. But let's tell the world that it's made in China.

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That's a lie, isn't it?

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Is it possible not possible, because too many people know that Beijing is in China.

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Similarly with a hadith buccellati mutawatir Hadith is a hadith which was narrated by many people from the mouth of the NaVi, up to today,

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memorized by many people, for example, in the province of Salaam said, who do unimin asika confer in Isla de la de la, da da, da da, on the standing in the in Makati say to the Sahaba when they when they all gathered double on the first off and he said, take from me the rites of Hajj. For I will not know what I will be with you again next year.

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Hundreds of 1000s reported that Hadith from the Nabi sallallahu Sallam school.

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Listen carefully what I'm going to say to you now.

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So how was the Hadees?

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The mutawatir Hadith,

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which is both authentic and authoritative. How was it related from the nerissa allows alum by who has it narrated? First of all?

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who heard it from the prophet

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who heard it, the Sahaba

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companions of the Navy

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and they transmitted it

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to us

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over a long period of time.

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And the Koran

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Cody the Prophet narrate the Quran, who did he read the Quran to to

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to the same Sahaba gave the Hadith isn't it.

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The same sort of the same people that transmitted is a hadith from him to us, those very same people transmitted orally,

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the Koran from the Prophet salam to us. So if you deny the Hadith you must also denied or

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to view say that the words were not given by the Navy Salam by honorable Dr. nalli. Then you also say that the Quran also you your argument is exactly the same.

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Because it's exactly the same people that gave us a hottie the sadhana, exactly the same people that gave gave us a Koran. See, we reject the Hadith automatically also rejected the Quran.

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So what are you

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I'm saying these two words to you and I talk to you.

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allows Father has given you a mind and a brain to understand.

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And it's for you to weigh

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the arguments

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and more importantly for you to transfer those arguments which which makes sense to you.

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So there are many questions

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that those who reject Hadi has to answer for.

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First of all, the first question is, the Quran was given

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The same way as your Hadith if you reject it they have to reject the Quran

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no two ways about

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the Quran doesn't say they say the Quran says everything the Quran doesn't say

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that there is for a cause for her and three for mother in

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the Quran doesn't say how much zacapa Gold Rama to pay and how much silver you paid on

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the Quran doesn't say two and a half percent human Spain's aka

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and to evidence on many questions have been left.

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Little by email in us, man whose Allah Allah Allah Allah says many things that Mohammed salam, we have given only indications in the Quran, we've made statements in the Quran.

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But that to be an explanation must come from a metal alarm.

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So if somebody says

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we only follow the pattern,

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then that somebody would be a disbeliever

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Why would he be a disbeliever?

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Because for him, Mohammed Salah would not be a messenger.

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He would be just a pipe

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through which the Quran came from the one side to the other side.

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And what do we say? A shadow Allah, Allah illallah wa shadow,

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Muhammad Rasulullah we don't just say I should do a la ilaha illAllah full stop.

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So if you say from only the corner you must only say I shadow Allah Allah, Allah Allah, because you don't accept the authority nor the authenticity of the hadith of promises. You don't

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admit that he was a messenger of Allah not just a pipeline through which he was a messenger.

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He was given the message and he was given the authority to explain the message to us.

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In fact, if you were a person would only follow the Quran

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and you read the Quran from cover to cover and you try to find out from the Quran

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how many Salah you make every day

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and how many records you should make every day. The only just by reading the Quran, because you know of course you don't follow the Sunnah nor the

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Hadith of the enemies of Allah

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you come to the conclusion

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that you should play only one record every day

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how the record should be performed on it is insane. So with you gonna lie flat on the ground or kneel with your one

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because the Quran doesn't say put both knees knees on the ground. So you could kneel down just put your one kneel for example, on the ground

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and racism and like to sue Jews you can make one suit It doesn't mean what you might say doesn't same as the the fact that I didn't say anything. It doesn't talk about the Muslim Amina Masjid Quran talk about the Salatu Jana Quran doesn't talk about that.

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So unnecessary was like there's no way in the Quran Allah says make Assad before we make Salah no such thing as a karma.

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So we will do as a reject of a hadith incident of an Elisa Lam we would you get all this information from

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and if you only make one record every day you are going to jahannam

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because somebody who might listen that

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he's in Ghana.

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I went to Jamaica last week and I listened to the environment. He told a nice story which only interviewed

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about Salah because you're talking about Salah he says this man was a

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he was a very big sin and he committed a lot of sin and he blamed shaytaan volley sends him he one day said y'all I'd like to be JSON.

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So Allah says okay, me Cheetah say me Cheetah so he says to cheat on you are you the guy are you you the cause of all my troubles all there are done all the time you the guy but he looks at a nice guy him

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because he was the

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nice guy. So he started Yeah. What do you want from me? He says man, don't you want to Can I accompany you for the day can I you know I go around with you see what you do for the whole day. So she thought it fine

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You can go with my domain you can tag along, you know.

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So it takes a long time, the whole time of the show is to determine, you know, you did nothing wrong today didn't teach me anything wrong, you know, I mean, you haven't mislead me nothing, you know, you've been quite a good shape on today. And, you know, someone invites you for a meal, you know, come home for a meal, you know, coming up, come and have a meal with me. So chances are, you can say goes out money, tells his wife, you know, customer got a friend, you know, put the food on the table, wipe the dishes up, and this isn't a time this may lie. No,

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no, no, no, I don't eat.

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So, so he says, but this is saying you are shaytan

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What do you say now? You see, I'm saying, but I'm not sure.

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I don't either. Illustrator. This is what Explain yourself. is you know, he says, you know why I'm saying? Do you know why I am? shaytaan? You? I mean, please, you know why me? Please? Why am she

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he says I make you this morning.

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You're gonna make sure

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I'm watching you. You're gonna make awesome.

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You're gonna make money then you didn't make?

00:56:18 --> 00:56:23

No, I call the bleaching Shakedown because I refuse to make one suit.

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You've missed so many suits with so many facets. So many formality. So many faurecia whoo shaytaan

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I became one one. I just missed suparna life I just made one too, dude. I would have still been

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the chief of the angels in heaven.

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Subhana Allah so and where do we get the fella from? It was a gift given by our last one that asleep to the professor and who told us for a castle door and three faucet and so forth. And so it was given to us by Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and that knowledge and whether or not they make a Salah in another way and how many people pray dying 1000s upon 1000s and they brought it and gave it to us Panama. So if people come

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with the arguments and this is a rice you may not understand RF disease. You will pick this up all over the place. Howdy this week you know this one says that wins is this only for

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Melo trying to protect us in sha Allah trying to make us have the lovers of the Quran and followers of the sudden Mohammed Salah louder

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bullet Allah Allah salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa Taala

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