History Of Aqidah EP 3

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Special course by Yayasan Ta’lim & Arees University. Conducted by Dr Isam Rajab. HISTORY OF AQIDAH (session 3)

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The spread and split of Islam is discussed, including the importance of protecting one's identity and reputation and the Shia group being split into two groups. There is a dispute over the origin of Islam's beliefs and practices, including the use of "has" and "hams" in religion and the "median" concept. The importance of acceptance of Islam in the West, followed by acceptance in the United States, and a need for a cultural and political operator to ensure the safety of the people. The segment ends with a recap of the first quarter results and outlook for the remainder of 2019.

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The spread and splitting of

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we talked about the beginning of coverage.

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And they are coming actually also in details.

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scholars say

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albida madonn lilford

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beta, invites to division.

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And that's what we see from people,

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anywhere, anytime, when they are innovating a new thing, when they are starting a new thing.

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It will not be the same, it will be different, whether it's a major or a minor thing

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because it has no basis while Ellison, you ask them anywhere in the world anytime they will give you the same thing. Why? Because it goes back to a pure source the Quran or the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, how we can

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see that, with average, when they started, they started with one thing,

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which is that fear.

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The one who committed a major sin is what?

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caffeine, his caffeine he committed Cofer.

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And they started applying that on who

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the first one, the the spark that enticed

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the tech field was the arbitration. So their target was at the beginning of the law one.

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And the other companions. Imagine they consider that

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the law, the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they considered her as well. So to them, they saw everyone other than them, what Kapha that's how they started. Now, the route for that you have to understand those people, too, then they are smart, they think that they are smart. And their argument seems to be strong.

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Similar ungroup argument, the coverage and the merger, they have the same base.

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The basic principle, which is a man is one thing.

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A man is one thing, what does that mean?

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For the average, they say you cannot commit a sin and still be a Muslim.

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You cannot.

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You are either Muslim or non Muslim, Catholic. That's it. So

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you cannot have both. That's how they saw it. And therefore, you say I am a Muslim, but you committed a major sin. You are what? gafa? That's it. That's why they thought valley of the law. One, you have to renew your Eman. You have to become a Muslim again. Okay.

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Furthermore, Jr, on the opposite, they said as long as you are a Muslim, as long as you believe in Allah, then nothing harms you.

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No sin will harm you.

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So, go ahead and commit as many things as you want.

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The basis is what it's the same. A man is one thing. Let me give you an example.

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What's the color of this?

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Black you're sure. Do I need to describe to you the difference between black and white? Is it really black or half black?

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It's black. So tomorrow

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when you come and you see it, it is what

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it is black to matching.

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The same thing they say a man is one thing. It's either like this or a different thing.

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On the other hand, what do they say?

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Eman? does it increase or decrease or no?

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You're sure it does. What's the proof

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fluctuates based on what? You have an evidence of the Quran or the Sunnah. So that's what they believed in. They said it's one thing it

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Either it's either there or it's not there. You are either Muslim or non Muslim. you commit the major sin. You're what? You're Catholic. Anyways, so that's how they started. They became alone. And they isolated themselves in the area. What's the name of the area?

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You forgot?

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One of their names is what?

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Now go back to the notes, huh?

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Yes, yes. Who said that?

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heroin from heroin Ah, very good. They camped there in her aura. That's why one of their names is what?

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Hallelujah. That's one of their names. Now, they're only there was naffaa azraq. And that's one of their names as Erica, you don't have to write this. It's coming, inshallah, in details. As Erica, they believed that whoever is not with them is captured.

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Even if you believe in their belief, but you're not with them, you are worth Garfield. So imagine you believe in their belief, but you cannot come to them because you are in prison. You are captured, still, you are Catholic, you have not only to believe, but you have to come to them. That's their belief. Some of them, they felt that this is extreme. So they

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split them. And the leader became

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the banana.

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And hanafy. So that's another group, they are called an edge that they are still coverage, they still have the same belief of the Creator. But they said Whoever has our belief, even if he didn't come to us is what is not a cafe, he is a Muslim. So that's how they started splitting after an article came about via the followers, and so on. So this age, you see the splitting of coverage. Now I'm assuming that some people say well, as soon also are divided. They're not really divided. You cannot say if I raise my hands or not raise my hands. That's a division. That's the difference. Right? This is the difference. It's a difference. It's not the division. But they when they say you

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are Muslim, and the other one says you are not a Muslim, that's a division. Because one of them believes you can you can be killed. And the other one says no, you are a Muslim. You difference. That's the division. So that age, started seeing the splitting of how our

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hallelujah actually came in one of the Hadith narration of that issue of the law.

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And for you sisters, you should know this Hadith, it came inside Buhari anti muslim. A woman came asking I shall have the law one. Why the menstruating woman

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makes up the days of fasting

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during her menstruation, but she doesn't make up the prayer. What did she tell her? You know this idea for you don't know.

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You never came across this hadith in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih. Muslim. She said how rewritten NT Are you from the people of college?

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Why? Because the nature of people of Hawaii, that's another thing of their belief, you have to be on the truth. What does that mean? If you believe that raising the hands is the correct opinion? That's not enough, you have to know that it is the correct opinion. So it's not enough for you what we call a level two. Most likely This is the correct opinion. If we have four opinions, how do you know which one is is the correct one, you have to know which one and you so for them, you have to be always on the truth. Nothing else is accepted. If you pray, like from here, 1000s of miles away, you have to face the body of the cabinet itself. Not left or right. He has to be so it's very strict.

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That's what they believe. So part of their belief is questioning. Nevertheless,

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he was at the beginning. He was a worshiper, he was a knowledgeable person, he asked even our best of the law on human a lot of questions. But that's the thing. Why is this? Why not that Why? So he keeps asking. I sold it on I told that woman she said this used to happen. At the time of the prophet SAW Selim, he commanded us to make up the days of fasting. He didn't ask us to, to make up the days of prayer, the prayers. So there is another answer, but I surely did not give her another answer. Why? To remind us that you should not ask too many questions. Scholars talked about that. They

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said the prayers are a lot. And it will be difficult, let's say seven days times five, that's 35 prayer. But the days of fasting, seven days, they couldn't be made up easily. So that's one answer. But from the beginning, you shouldn't ask too many questions, you submit. And then after that, you want to see the wisdom, you want to see why it's possible, but mainly, you believe you submit. So that's one thing, the spread and splitting of the Shia as well. The Shia as they started

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calling for the love of

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the law, one and his family elevate, that's what they have they started that alley of the lavon is the legitimate halifa, after the prophet SAW Selim.

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Nobody else. Now what we see now is only one group of the Shia, the mainstream, because natural end Iran, but that's not the only group. There are many groups, we have

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no Syria, we have ismailia we have the idea. The idea are they may respond to it sooner. They still exist in Yemen, small groups, but they are still there in Yemen.

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zevia, they are the followers of z, z.

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z, z from animate from the family of the Prophet size and from the family of Allah. He is the grandson of Allah of the lawn, his father, and he is the grandson of Annie. So when they came to give him the pledge of allegiance, they told him you have to refuse the left of a worker and drama. He said, I cannot do that. They are the ministers of my great grandfather, the prophet SAW Selim, he believed that it should have been the halifa of the worker and drama are also hanafis. So from that time, the other Shia, they refused. And they became called refusal. From ruffle rejection, they rejected it, so that it also witnessed the splitting of the Shia.

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We have these naturally believe in the 12 Imams, they believe that it starts with Ali, and Hassan and Hussein and so on and so forth. And we have the idea, then later on, and Messiah is many, many groups. So you see Subhanallah each group has Shia itself. If you read their books from their own books, they say they admit that they have over 70 groups. And they are all call themselves. Yeah, all 70 groups. Same thing with the college they became mini groups as they told you always remember this beta modality only four without will always go for division. Because they don't have

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one source, the same source.

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The spread and splitting off Kataria.

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They have to

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beliefs to contradictory beliefs.

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One of them say that everything is new, Allah does not have anything called what we call pre destiny, there is nothing called pre destiny. Everything is new. On the opposite, we have an Jabra, Jabra meaning compelling or coercion. Those people feel or believe that whatever we do,

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is not really our will, but it is what the will of Allah subhanaw taala. So anything that we do, it is done by Allah.

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Ultimately, it is done by Allah subhanaw taala. Why, if you deny that you deny the absolute power of Allah subhanaw taala that's their belief. So we have two contradictory opinions. And from there many opinions came as well. Allison are always in the middle,

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always in the middle.

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There are things that you have no choice, true or false. Yes, like what

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did you choose where you will be born? What your skin color and all these things? No. But will you be asked for that on the Day of Judgment, you are not liable for this. There are things that you have

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freedom of will and that's what you will be held accountable for. So it's wrong to say whether we are coerced or we have freedom of choice because we have both. We have both. So those people again, as I said they some of them believe that evil cannot be existing. While Allah knows that and allows how he is not most merciful and he allows this to happen. It cannot happen.

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So that's part of their belief. And then on the opposite others say everything is happening really by Allah. He is the master and the Lord of everything. So everything happens by Allah subhanaw taala.

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Their leaders,

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their leaders, mad at God, that's one of them.

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That's another one. They are coming also the appearance of a Nazi that was live in Alberta. And

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that's another group alma

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mater Zilla from a design.

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That design is to abandon something.

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That's how they are called my Tesla. Why

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their leaders wants to live in Africa. He used to attend the halaqa of AlHassan bursary, the bustling, one of the most famous, pious predecessors has an embassy he used to have huge halaqa in the masjid, in Al basrah, in Iraq.

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One of the companions and a seven Malik and Malik of the lon he was all but he used to attend the helicopter and Hassan Bosley, he liked the stock, although who is better a companion or a successor? companion? Of course, there is not as an adversary was not better than me. And so there was better but ns used to attend the helicopter and mostly that's how much he was famous lesson mostly. So from his group was walsleben up until one day one thing he left the group.

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Why? Because of the question about the one who committed a major sin?

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Is he a Muslim or is not a Muslim?

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mainly about the killing? Because Allah says in the Quran woman, young men and Madame Madame de PUE, Johanna, Holly them fear Allah, Allah, Allah now, he who kills deliberately a Muslim, his punishment is jahannam.

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Holly than fear, Allah, Allah, and the Wrath of Allah is upon him, while Anna and Kirsten and prepared for him grave punishment. So is he still a Muslim or is not a Muslim?

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The one who kills a Muslim?

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Look at this higher. And that's why it's important to understand all the if you don't take only one eye. And that's the problem with all all the deviant sects. They take one ayah one Hadith, they interpret it to their way, and that's it. And as soon as they don't do that, because the if they complete each other, they clarify and explain each other. So if you take this alone, you say somebody in Hellfire forever and cursed and the Wrath of Allah is upon him. He's not a Muslim anymore. So they came to the conclusion that and this is one of their five basic principles that he is in a level in between. He's not a Muslim, and he is not a Catholic. So they're not like an

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average but they are also not like Alison menzi Lebanon Manzella thing in between that the famous saying of Mr. Tesla, again, why they are called an auto Zilla because they left the group and has an adversary and that has said when he saw

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was limonada. He saw him leaving, he said, as Elena was he he left us. So from that came the name and multizilla

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became the brother in law of Walsall Napa, and they established the group that is called Mr. Tesla. In Canada, they are jabariya they believe that you are doing everything because Allah is the one who is really doing it. In alisma, was the fact they deny that they deny the attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's another of their belief. So that's a group of

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martyrs Allah, that was established. As we see, the beginning seems to be small or minor, but then it becomes a major this difference and division and it becomes a sect.

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The opinion that the ruler deserves absolute immediately. That's another thing that happened

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from the

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trials that took place some people

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Because of the current situation, the political situation came to the belief that you shouldn't disagree with the ruler at all.

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This mainly happened after the collapse of is it is either been rawia

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his father was the halifa Marja gonna be Satya Nadella, one after

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the law one after a lesson of the last step down tomorrow, yeah, the 40. And it was called animaljam. At the era of unity, they were united. After Maria, he gave his son, he is the first one in the Muslim Ummah, to start appointing children.

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He was the one who started that habit of having your children. Yes, he was not as qualified as still he was a good man, not the best one, but he was not as qualified as other people who are much better than him. So when he became the halifa, many people disagreed. They didn't want him.

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in Medina, in particular, a movement started

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proposing the halifa yazeed sent an army and that army killed those people of the revolution of the opposition. In consequence also in Medina, imagine the city of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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people are killed

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from properties were looted.

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So some people came to the conclusion that you shouldn't disagree with the ruler at all, why it's always peaceful.

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Always better.

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The damage that is caused by opposing them is greater. By the way until now we have some people have this belief also. Yes, Islam commanded us to follow and obey the ruler, as long as it is

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in the millions of Allah subhanaw taala. If it is against Allah's commands, we cannot obey anyone, let alone the ruler. But to go against the ruler also. It is something big, you have to be careful. And we see many examples in history like this one.

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What happened in Medina,

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what happened later, many states, many people were killed. So shedding the blood of the Muslim is very dangerous matter. So in Islam, and as soon as they believe that we follow the ruler, we OBEY Him, even if we disagree with him. Even if he is committing sins, we still give him obedience, but we don't obey Him in that matter. Going against the ruler is very dangerous. You cannot do that unless you see something clearly that it is not Islamic. And you have to have power. Otherwise you are obedient. Those people they say you give absolute obedience to the ruler and Allah will hold them accountable.

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Next we have the opinion that the Quran was created. This during the time of moon what happened exactly during the time of moon, the Ambassador halifa Alma moon at his time, he established a library, the largest library in the world, it was called the Hickman House of wisdom. So he asked for all the books to be translated to Arabic, the philosopher books, the books of Greeks and other ancient cultures, they were translated from that without

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proper or useful monitoring came a lot of ideas. One of them is this, the beginning of this trial of the saying that the Quran is created was at the time of

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now, the Quran,

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what is our belief in the Quran?

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It is what

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it is created.

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The Quran is created.

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If you say it is created, can you seek refuge with something created that sick?

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When you say our newbie Kelly magilla hit and Matt I seek refuge with the perfect words of Allah, seeking refuge with something created that seek you seek refuge only With what?

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With Allah.

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You seek refuge with Allah only seeking refuge with anything other than Allah That's true.

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So when you say or an is created, what do you mean?

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The question itself again, as you see, the question was not there before that

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it happened during that time of Islam never says that we shouldn't be in contact with other cultures with other people, but this has to be carefully done, monitored, sponsor moderated. So this was not happening at the time of any book that you heard of, he wants us to bring it it doesn't matter. So it was translated and that this is one example there are many examples. So what is our belief in the Quran?

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It is Kalam Allah

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created or not created.

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Not create You sure?

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What about what we have? Here is a copy of the plan.

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Okay, what does it say?

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This is created or not created.

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Exactly the discover this it is created.

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The ink is created. But still the word of Allah is not created.

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So scholars actually first of all scholars disliked this question. This was the essence of the trial for amendment Buhari, I told you that earlier in Milan, he died he died alone. After a question from one of the people he wanted to make a fitna and he told him or and is created or not create.

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So usually, you shouldn't ask this question. We know the Quran is the word of Allah. do

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you ask? Well, what about here? What about what I say what you say now? Your voice? Is this created or not created?

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Your voice is created but still the word of Allah is not created. So that's if you want the details, all the details? That's the detailed answer. The word the Quran is the word of Allah. It is not created, my voice, the ink, the paper that is created, but it shouldn't be like that. You shouldn't go to these details. What is the use now when people ask this question? So anyways, at the time of moon that's what you need to know at the time on the trial of this thing about the Quran. And it ended by the torture of management.

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by him Allah He was in prison

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moon he ordered that he will be brought to him and he wanted to kill him in Ramallah pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala that this moon honey fell though he was Khalifa he killed a lot of Muslims also based on that. Many of them, they fear tortures. So they said for an is created. They told him you just say a word. You don't believe in what say it? He said no. If I say everybody will follow him. I can't say it. I have to tell the truth if everybody gave in who would speak the truth. So on the way he prayed to Allah subhanaw taala and the moon died

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and my moon died. But who came next after I met moon and moccasin? During a lot of things. Imagine you're not tortured because of a punishment. But imagine the halifa himself is supervising the torture.

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That's what happened. And the Nomad kept saying what he was saying the Quran is the word of Allah. And later hamdulillah after him and Morocco came and this fitna was removed.

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Some scholars say had it not been for a moment, and only few other scholars, like Muhammad Nasir Jose and others. The people the Muslims almost entirely would have been misled regarding the Quran.

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But because they stood fast, they said the truth and later on motorcade came the fitna was removed. So some of these things happen and gone, some of them are still there.

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The appearance of building misdeeds on graves during the abassi Khalifa, such as the building of alpha saints shrine, and Prophet Ibrahim shrine in Palestine. This is another thing also.

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Since when do we have misdeeds, built on? graves?

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The prophet SAW Selim himself curse the ones who are doing this. How can people say that this is something good?

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I don't know if this is something that is common here. Unfortunate

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In some Muslim countries like Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, of course, it is a lot.

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And this is sad. They come to the grave and they build an astute on the grave. So you are actually worshiping what you're worshiping Allah worshiping the grape, they put the grape in the direction of the Cridland.

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So you are praying to what? Some people come and say, let's come and pray here. Why? Here there is a great so the prayer will be better.

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That's exactly what the prophet SAW Selim warned against. By the way, regarding messengers of Allah, do we know for sure the place of a grave of any messenger

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only one, Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, all other prophets, Musa Ibrahim, they say the grave of Moosa is in Jordan now somewhere between Jordan and Palestine, the grave of Ibrahim in the city of Halle, the grave of Zakaria in Damascus, in the Mayan Masjid. All of this is not confirmed, maybe there is a possibility, the only one that is for sure. It is there, and known as the grave of the Prophet Solomon.

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That's all.

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So, building a grave on a message on a grave.

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That is not permissible.

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It is sure the prophet SAW Selim curse the people who are doing this. He said, the Jews and the Christians, that's what they did. They took the graves of their prophets, places of worship, we worship Allah, we don't worship anyone else. We worship Allah. So what if what if

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MST was there, and then

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someone died, and they buried him in the mystery.

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That person should be taken away, prayer is permissible. But if you have a grave, and you build a message on that grave, it's not permissible to pray.

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And that must be because it was established on something false.

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Which is the grave of someone,

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regardless of the person himself, whether he or she is truly a pious that's between him or her and the last panatela. But the place itself shouldn't be a place of worship.

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Next we have the appearance of Sufi ideology.

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Sufi ideology, the noon and mystery.

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Bihari al Hakim a Timothy L. Khaled al boustani Ibn Arabi Will Ferrell and many other people who are known to be of that belief.

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Sufism, the word itself so means what?

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It means wool, wool, thick, cloth, that's the meaning of it. They felt that they wanted to be pious by abandoning the dunya how they can do that. They started with their clothes, wearing nice, soft clothes, that will give you the tendency of luxurious life, you will be busy with that. No, you have to wear thick clothes. So you remember that you are here to worship Allah subhanaw taala. That's the beginning of it. That's the name from the moon.

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Then it started not as a behavior. It became a belief.

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One of them

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he says, a Labrador have been horrible. I've done so many mukalla Fu, the slave is Lord and the Lord is slave. So who is the one who should act? That's just an example. They came to extreme beliefs that everything you look at is God, Allah.

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Allah is the Creator of everything. So he is in everything.

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And he is everything. So they came to very extreme beliefs. And again, they were divided as well.

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That's the Sufism.

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In the process, of course, they came to many practices.

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Now regardless, regardless of the ideology, the practice itself, that you have to reach a level better than the normal people. How you do that by Vicar what kind of Vicar not reading the Quran, not following the Sunnah of the prophet SAW Selim, but turning off the light dancing

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Doing it in groups. That's what they do. And unfortunately until now, in some places they do that, until now. So this is part of the practice.

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Some of the scholars, some of the scholars, they praise some of the old Sophie's because the intention was good. What was the intention being closer to Allah subhanaw taala. There is nothing wrong with that. Wanting to leave the pleasures of this dunya there's nothing wrong with it. But to go to the extreme, that's what is condemned. And we have many statements. Imam Shafi Rahim Allah was harsh against the Sufis because it was at his time. He said if somebody joined them from

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dawn to noon, he will almost lose his mind.

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That's what he was what he said. The man will be happy reported that from Mr. schad many statements from Imam Shafi against the Sophie's

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the spread and splitting of Al Jamia

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another group al jamea followers of Al Jazeera abuse of one

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gentlemen so far,

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he denied the names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala.

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He took that from his chair.

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a jam. That's why they are called Jamia and we have scholars like Amanda Dara rockbox Aurora dalla Jamia refuting the

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thoughts of Al jamea.

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They say

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that Allah is everywhere. You wherever you turn is Allah so you cannot say Allah or Espen

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that's why it was reported from him that he used to say Subhana Allah BLS,

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instead of Subhana, Allah because he's everywhere.

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He denied the speech of Allah. Allah Allah Who says that Lima, Lima, horrible. He said that

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he spoke to Allah not Allah spoke to him.

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Why? Again, the basis of this is what

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creation speak. So if Allah speaks, then that's the similarity you cannot like an Allah the creator to any of the creation. Now this argument sounds sounds okay. But in reality, the application of it is stupid.

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Those people they committed this belief when Allah tells us about himself subhana wa Taala the names and attributes Who are you to come and deny that and say no, no, we have because we have to elevate a lot of these things than z. We have to do z. In the process, they twist the iron.

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So we have a Jamia, that's how they started, then we have lower than them and multizilla then LSI, Ara, all these groups, they have common thing in denying some or all of the names or attributes of Allah subhanaw taala. Mercy aligns the Most Merciful What's the meaning of mercy?

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What is the meaning of mercy?

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Yeah, what is Rama?

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What is the Rama?

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The thought, the softness of the heart that is Rama.

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So but this is for us. So when you say softness of the heart, how can you attribute that to Allah? subhanaw taala.

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So you are saying that Allah has heart You're saying? Nobody said that? Nobody said that. Rama to Allah is different than our Russia.

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Okay, same thing when we when we say yes to lie, Allah has a hand that's what the prophet SAW Selim said. Did we see it we didn't see it so we don't know. The hands of creations they are different. Chicken has a hand you have

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animals that they are different. So never ever think that the lines the same you haven't seen a lot of lies the Creator. But when he says something we say we believe in it, how that's what we don't say. So Elijah me they didn't understand that. They said every name or attribute it has to be changed, why they feel or they think that they are defending Allah subhanaw taala or the act that they are doing is good act. That's their belief.

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The beginning of Albania bothnia meaning of Baton inward opposite of via outward battery. So they

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declared certain acts as bar here, but the reality is nothing like what? We have a group or a sect called gurus. I don't know if you heard of that they are in Syria in Lebanon, Druze bothnia. They have this belief that Islam has. It has something outward. Like the pillars. What are the pillars of Islam?

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Shahada, Salah, zeca, Seon and Hajj. Okay, how do you perform Hajj?

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Go into Mecca. That's the wire, but there is Barton. You don't have to go there.

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Okay, Salah is to stand up in movements. That's the vibe there is barfing, you don't have to do that. So, in the process, they denied all the acts of the religion. They still say they are Muslims, but of course they are not.

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So there is the rules, there is the army.

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There is the ismailia the extreme Shia, no Syria, what they call them nowadays, alluvia. All these are considered sects from Albania.

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See how it's evolving that something minor and then it becomes greater and greater and greater.

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The appearance of alcool, labia, el karamea, Allah, Sharia, and metromedia. All these are names for deviant sex, in terms of etiquette, especially in the names and attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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In the bigger picture,

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they still consider themselves as sooner. Some of them are scholars in fifth, even reporters of Hadith as well. But in terms of belief in Allah subhanaw taala His names and attributes, they denied part or some of those attributes.

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Mohammed Ecolab, that's why they are called Columbia, Karamoja and so on names of deviant sex, the entering of Greek, Roman and Indian philosophy into the Muslim world.

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That was mainly during the fifth century, when did it start? The beginning of it as I told you, it was at the time of a lot more.

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Now, next page, the causes behind the emergence of sex.

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This is what we really need to spend time on. Because when you know why, or how and that's what I was trying to do always, it seems something stupid how people say that the beginning of it was not like that. The beginning of the argument sounds good that I want to

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protect the religion. I want to bring people back to the Quran and Sunnah. That's why I can fabricate the Hadith.

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So what are the causes behind those deviant sex? First,

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establishing rulings and opinions based on incorrect sources.

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What is the source of appeal of rulings?

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for an answer, so not only

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it's not

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it's the hand What's the meaning of each that have you studied the solid thick?

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Solid so next coming in shadow each they have what's the meaning? What's the basis of each the head?

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Let me give you an example. What's the ruling on drinking Coke?

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Pepsi halaal. You're not fasting?

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Okay, it is halon Where does it say hello.

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Google is a source of rolling.

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Where does it say hello?

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It doesn't say Haram. What do you call this?

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How many

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hypotheses hypothesis This is part of the religion.

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Is it or it is not. See? I could have told you that directly but I wanted to ask you

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First, Islam doesn't reject the sound argument. Islam doesn't contradict the sound of the wisdom or the minds. It doesn't. So logic actually, what makes sense? That's part of the belief. But it's not number one. So you cannot establish the rulings based on what you think is correct.

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You establish the rulings based on the Quran and Sunnah.

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Each match after that, after that, yes? What's the meaning of it is logic a yes? is an argument that since this is permissible, this is the same a lot he didn't say about that, because it's something recent, but he talked about that they are the same. So this is also permissible. That's as

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its logic. Okay. But the problem with some people, they may have logic, what makes sense number one,

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that is the problem. That's the problem of Mr. Tesla.

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They say Allah gave us the ability to distinguish this is the problem, who are you? Because you're only one and our minds differ. What I think is nice is different than what you think is nice. That's why they have something called the scene what that means. It means that what you feel in your mind is good, that is good. And you can do it. What do you feel in your mind that is bad? You don't do it? Why? Because who is the creator of your mind? Allah so he gave you the ability to distinguish

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you see, so Islam doesn't reject that but it cannot be number one, why because you might be wrong.

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You have desires. So your argument could be veiled

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or not pure. Therefore, number one is the number two is dishonor number three is the the unanimous consensus then after that, you could make a sound argument there is nothing wrong with that. But you cannot say that first thing I should ask my mind

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My heart will tell

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that's the problem. So it is incorrect source of rolling to make it number one.

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Dreams and divine inspirations What do you think of that?

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Today I dreamt that

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you should give me each 100 ringgit and whoever does not do that is a singer

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What do you think?

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They have a famous no it's right or wrong. It has to be 200

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they have a famous scene had definitely lb and Robbie my heart spoke to me on behalf of Allah

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the divine inspiration came to me Who are you?

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Some people they did that

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that's why they have what it's called a hadith al mannheimia

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the dream narrations everything time they dream they have a

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selection of narrations.

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Yeah, yeah, they get the why.

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So, some people believed in that.

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You look at them, they appear to be pious, but with madness. So they started worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. But they are not distinguished. They want to be distinguished. There are still scholars you go to Quran there are many memorize the Quran with karate you go to the Farah, so you want something distinguishing you to become well known. So they started this. I saw in my dream that Allah azza wa jal is telling me this so

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I, I saw the prophets I said, Can you deny that some Muslims can see the Prophet sighs Allah?

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It happens, right? So if you saw the prophet SAW Selim, in your dream, telling you, you have to do this.

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What do you do?

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Like one of them? He said, I have to be in the middle of the hell out of the circle. I stand in the middle and I monitor and I tell them do this and they turn I tell them do this.

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What can you say? You're going against the Prophet sallallahu sallam. All scholars unanimously agreed that dreams do not carry any ruling.

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Dreams of people have no value when it comes to terms of rulings. The only dreams that count dreams are messengers.

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Only the messengers like Ibrahim alayhis salam when he saw his dream that he is slaughtering his son.

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Only all scholars agree that dreams. First of all, Who told you that it is truly the Prophet sallallahu

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Okay, that's number one. Number two, and we have an evidence from the prophet SAW Selim himself

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against what you're saying, like he forbade sitting in the middle of the circle. That's why we have a circle so everybody can see the other one, but you come in the middle. So this is an example. That's why some people, they lack the common sense, they thought that this is what they have common sense, but they like detection. So that's a wrong source. Okay? Nowadays, if you saw a dream, it's just a dream, it could happen or it could not happen. You cannot say I am obeying a law based on a dream.

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Okay, claiming infallibility to other than the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Can you say that we have someone who is always correct. He's never wrong.

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No one, even the great enums even the companions including abubaker, Rama and Osman Delano, all the companions, no one is free from error. No one but the messengers of Allah.

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Okay, but you want people to obey you. You cannot remind them every time that you are better than them obey me. So you come up with this thing that Allah chose me I am the chosen one. I am infallible I am and Maddie. Why we have many people call themselves Maddie

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that they are going to rescue this oma because with this, there is

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some perks the main one is that you have absolute obedience. Who are you to come against and men?

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Correct. So they some people reach

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to their followers by that that we are infallible,

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weak and fabricated Hadith. This is another thing. Our source is always authentic hadith. Many people ask what about following a weak Hadith? I have a weak Hadith. It sounds nice. Let's do it about the reward about this. Scholars talked about we had these you could implement them. But you have to remember that they are weak. Many scholars say sufficient is what we have in the authentic hadith Have you implemented all the authentic hadith? Why do you go to a doubtful source? Maybe or maybe not? They all agree that this cannot be in principles in terms of aqidah it could be in for a llama What's the meaning of Fabiola virtuous acts like sitting after the prayer you wanted to

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remember Allah in a certain way that didn't come from authentic. This book came from weak Hadith. They say okay.

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But many scholars still say it's better to go. For the authentic hadith, it's sufficient, but to come based on a weak Hadith, in a matter of essence, in our EDA, you cannot do that. in matter of belief, you cannot do that.

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When you establish your main belief on

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the foundation itself is weak. So obviously it is wrong. Some people did that.

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fairy tales.

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It's a nice way to form

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or establish a religion or a belief. And some people did that.

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Not even we had these, they don't even attribute it to the Prophet science a lot. But it's mainly a fairy tale, leaving learning from scholars and that's a disease that we have even nowadays, just because someone speaks nice, doesn't mean that he is a person of knowledge. We have scholars and we have speakers Which one are you following?

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unfortunately, sometimes the scholars true because the nature of knowledge, their language is difficult to follow. They think that everybody is understanding them, but they are not. There is a problem. While speakers they speak very simple, very nice. They include some stories, so people want to follow no problem with listening to speakers, but you cannot follow them in terms of religion. You follow the scholars. So leaving them that's the danger.

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Taking knowledge from Al Azhar What's the meaning of a salad? a salad is opposite of a cabinet.

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A cabinet

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you leave the well established the old ones and you go to the

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small ones. Just like nowadays, you prefer to go to a freshman out of college or to someone with 13 years of experience.

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Who has the tendency to commit mistakes.

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freshmen so panela this

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are things that you cannot learn except by time with experience. I tell you, I learned this firsthand. When I first graduated, I studied for years, I thought that's enough for long years, in the city of the prophets, I seldom, I left with the joys of memorizing the Quran, who could be better than me. That's what I believe I went to people and everybody asks me, that's the ruling,

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you will have to follow this.

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Later, year after year, I learned how much ignorant I am I learned more. So I know more. And I go back 10 years ago is this panela

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how people have the patience to follow or to listen. And I'm telling you, this is about me personally. So the same thing with others. You there are things that you learn by times.

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That's why don't blame companies when they stipulate three years minimum experience or five years minimum experience, it is helpful, really

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following the mistakes or the weak opinions of the scholars,

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if you take the odd opinions of each scholar, you will come up with very nice beautiful religion. You can drink alcohol,

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that's one of them. You could perform mobile with not with water, but with also with wine

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doesn't have to be water.

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Again, why is that because every scholar makes a mistake. If you follow that mistake from one scholar, then you follow that mistake from another scholar, then you follow you come up with a very easy, very flexible religion. One of the people did that. So the Khalifa as one of the scholars, what do you think this opinion was sent by Mr. Malik? That opinion was sent by Imam Shafi. So all opinions are backed by great scholars. He said yes, but the collection is fabrication. Because the man is saffire did not say in the other thing, what the man is saying. He chose one from him and Maliki chose one from himself. He chose one and then he compiled that this is wrong. You follow one

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Eman, you follow him totally. Or you follow what you believe is the truth, not the concessions of every single event.

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So that's one of the main causes behind the deviant sects. Number one, the incorrect method of understanding the religion using the logic and opinions to understand matters of the unseen.

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How can we understand the matters of the unseen?

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No matter how much we can explain? Will we be able really, to visualize it to envision it, we didn't see it. So using logic will not help. I'll give you an example. You have pens, right? Each one of you please draw a shape of the shape of

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the devil. Go ahead and draw the image of the devil.

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When we have the same image, we will never have this why we didn't see the chiffon. We didn't see the devil. Nowadays, they try to make him appear with long ears with red skin with horns.

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So same thing, we haven't seen that. So the only way to know it is to see it. Without seeing it you will not be able to know how it is it's hidden from you.

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Another thing, when is the final hour, you want to draw the shaper.

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When is the final hour.

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If you take a calculator and start calculating that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Where is to enter wasaga Hatton I was sent as a messenger shortly and the hour will come just like that. This is my message and that's the hour. So how, how far is it? You make the measurements and then you say it's many people expected the y2k to be the end of the world. Then the Mayan calendar 2012.

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Do we know the prophet SAW Selim himself said

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I don't know. Allah says that he hid that knowledge from people. So this is a matter of unseen No matter how much you try, you will not be able to know it. Period.

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When, what's the meaning of that wheel?

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It has two meanings one of them is permissible or correct, which is the interpretation. The other one is choosing or claiming the

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meaning of a word, not as it is.

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But why you do that?

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Again, you have agendas, you have desires, you have corrupt beliefs. So you choose

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a weaker meaning without a proof.

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We have

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brief statements, some of them they need interpretation.

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I'll give you an example.

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In the fourth hour, what am insha Allah Do you know this if

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indeed Safa and Marwa are from the symbols of Allah, feminine hygiene beta, Mr.

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Salah Jana Holly, a powerful Bhima What's the meaning of Fela Gina Ha.

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hee hoo, who performs Hajj or Umrah no harm on him to walk in between them fell Arjuna legend means no error no sin on him. Okay, I come to this ayah I take the apparent meaning. What does it mean? What's the ruling on going between safa and marwah walking between them?

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What's the ruling?

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Part of hedge? What do you mean by part of hedge?

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pillar? It's a pillar. The ayah says it's a pillar or says no harm on you to walk between them. No harm. What does it mean? It means that if you want to you don't want

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to be the same is that the ruling of walking between Safa and Marwa? That's not the ruling. So if I come and I say this is the ayah, that's the meaning. And that's that's that we? It's weak. Why? Because I didn't go back to the context. What is the context the reason of revelation for this I?

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Every year before Islam, there were two idols

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on behalf of Safa and Marwa so the companions as the prophets, I send them, aren't we imitating the kuffar by going there in between? So the idea came down, that you are not doing this. So that's why it says no harm on you. But it doesn't mean that it's optional, it is a pillar still. So we have many add on like that. Also.

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If you come and you just take whatever you want, or you think is true without looking for the context, the reason of Revelation, the other if you will be on your committee mistake, that is a problem.

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Using the motor shabby text,

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motor shabby, what's the meaning of Mata shabby a word that has

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more than one meaning?

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Give you an example while mipela katoh yarrabah, snobby? fusina de la SATA.

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What's the meaning of

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the divorce woman should wait for three periods? periods of what? menstruation or purification? Or design what a shabby word. It has both meanings, which one of them?

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You look at the eye itself. The eye has two meanings. You cannot choose one only based on the eye, you have to go back to the text.

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The Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim

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the actions of the companions, okay? Because looking only at one word will lately either ask us

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what's the meaning of ask us?

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It's the beginning of the night and also the end of the night.

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So, which one is it?

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There are some is that so the true Muslims should do what

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should try to explain these if by other

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if he couldn't, should stop, we believe in all of them. But if you take one and you insist on the meaning of it just based on that one that is wrong.

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Trying to understand the world of the unseen based on the principles of the scene world again, we talked about that. You cannot compare the scene to the unseen that's why it's

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unseen, it's different.

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Not taking all relevant texts into consideration when establishing rulings.

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And that's the truth. The true knowledge is to take all evidences.

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I give you an example. It was reported from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he raised his hands when you say Allahu Akbar. How do you raise your hands?

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How? Show me stand up and show me exactly. Stand up. Don't be afraid. No biting to the professional.

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level with the shoulders here.

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Sometimes, what does that mean sometimes?

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The prophet SAW Selim did both. So here is an example where we have two narrations. One narration says, the prophets lie Selim raised his hands to the level of shoulders in another narration, he raised his hands to the envelopes. So which one? By the way? Is this really a big deal? Like if you raised it like that? It's no big deal. What?

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Which one do you take?

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First one, what about the second one?

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See, taking only one look at what the man Shafi Rahim Allah said. He said the prophets lie Selim during winter, when he's wearing heavy clothes, he raised his hand to the level of the shoulders. When he was wearing light cloth, his hands would go higher to the level of the earlobes. He combined both the Hadith and applied both of them.

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That's true. Now, it doesn't work always like that. Sometimes you have to take only one. But taking only one hobbies and living other hobbies, although they talk about the same context. That's not true. You cannot take one and leave five.

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What about breaking the fast during traveling? Can you or can't you?

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You can you do or you don't do?

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See you don't do it depends you do.

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Which is better.

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To break is whether or not to break.

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What do you say? So that's another thing many narrations many narrations came regarding.

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Breaking the fast during traveling? One time the prophet SAW Selim literally commanded the companions if they are fasting to break their fast, and he was told that some of them did not he said they are disobedient.

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Another time the prophet SAW Salem

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companion say it was too hot. Yet he was fasting during traveling. The only one that was fasting with him was Abdullah Abdullah.

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Another narration the Prophet excellencies. Ladies and gentlemen, if you suffer, it's not a righteousness too fast during traveling. One time he himself is doing it. One time he is telling you, you have to break your fast one time he's telling you it's not righteousness, too fast during trial. So which one you think

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you cannot take one evidence and leave the rest. Okay, but how can you do that? That's the knowledge. You come to every Hardee's you look at the context of it, why it was done when it was done, what the process and I'm said about it, and then you

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reconcile all these narrations

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cleaning to uncommon events that occurred from Muslim scholars of the early generations.

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Just because something happened doesn't mean that it is approved, or that it is permissible. Some scholars when they document things that happened, like by the death of this Imam, women cried, some of them out of the shock, their hijabs were falling, does that mean they are asking you to take off your job? This is an example that sometimes they describe what was happening during a time doesn't mean that they approved of that or this was something permissible, but to come and say, Oh, this was done there. So we have to do it or this is permissible.

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It's a mere description of what was happening there. Okay. On the other hand, trying to interpret the is based on current events, this is the meaning of the IRA. The IRA was not interpreted until 2000 years.

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This is not right.

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Many people say the

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The incident of September 11, is mentioned in the Quran.

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surah 911

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surah Toba

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ion on thin layers elbonian omala the binary battlefield. Okay, so

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do we even take the Gregorian calendar?

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Do we consider that in Islam? No. So from the beginning, it sounds silly, but some people they try to interpret the act based on current things. Now, Islam doesn't tell us you don't take advantage of the science and discoveries, but to interpret merely based on that that is dangerous.

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incessant questioning argumentation and debates also, that's another thing, that your purpose now is not to submit or obey the heritage that they had that methodology sometimes to panela. You, you you sense that from some people? they asked you, we have very common questions. Every single Imam in every single new place, he will be asked those questions, mortgage.

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Is it halal or haram?

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insurance? Is it halal or haram?

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food in McDonald's because in America, it's not halal. So can we eat or get to eat?

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I stopped answering these questions. I asked that. Have you asked someone else? Yes. How many people?

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They lost track how many people so why you are asking? It's just I don't know why actually, some people do that.

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So you have to ask when you don't know. That's when you ask. You ask you want to implement. You don't just ask for the pleasure of asking.

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Number four ignorance, ignorance of the sooner ignorance of the methods of the early Muslim generations, we have a proper way to follow the rulings. ignorance of the Arabic language. Okay. Allah is singular or plural.

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When Allah says in national we are indeed the ones in nationalism, and Vikram so when a Christian comes and says, You believe in many gods,

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because it says plural in

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singular says in me, I don't know if you have basic Arabic. Anna, I am not No, we are. So in the law says in national.

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So we believe in one God or many gods basis of this thing is what? ignorance of Arabic You don't know the way of Arabic language that the individual could say sometimes national, we

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it has certain times where it is used, there is nothing wrong. That's why the kuffaar of Mecca they never said or you believe in more than one God, they understood the Arabic.

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So influence of non Muslims, ideologies and views that also affected many of these sects.

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You see the Shia, they have 12 Imams, they believe that they are infallible. They took from the Jews, from the Christians from the Buddhists. You look at other sects, Subhanallah deviant sects they took from that as well.

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Following desires, of course, that's a major reason for the deviant sex, I want to be known I want to be followed. let's establish a sect and they will follow me.

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The trials they take their toll on people.

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The current situation they extol. So you might forget about the evidences and interpret everything based on what you see in the current moment. That's also one of the causes extremism.

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Like the sheet, the coverage, they are extreme, you forget about forgiveness, and you only look at punishment. And it's not right. Both ways are needed. Merge on one extreme, they tell you do whatever you want. You're forgiven as long as you're a believer. Hawaii on the other hand, you say any major sin takes you out of the fold of Islam.

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tribalism, that's another thing. Extreme love and support to specific individuals. I talked about that like the followers of remember hunting for him Allah. They wanted people to stop following humanity.

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I saw no problem fabricating a hadith from the prophet SAW Selim against the Imam Shafi, although they came later, but why that's extreme love to one person. So I see the religion through that person. And we don't have that. Absolute following is only to one the prophets I send them all Imams, all humans, they make mistakes, animosity towards Islam and Muslims. That happened by

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the people who accepted Islam, why they hated Islam to destroy Islam from within genetica showbie. All that. So I will stop here in Charlotte zachman law head on sorry for the long session I'm trying to finish.

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We have two more sessions left. So hopefully we finish everything by then. Any questions quickly? We have about five minutes, less than five minutes. If you have any questions, any comments? Anything?

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Now is the time.

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She don't have anything then.

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You can leave we have another session. Right? What time another session was right.

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After I asked three for the same time. So what are we going to do from now to them? You have good lunch?

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Yes. Listen.

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On Facebook. Okay.

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Okay. Brother is asking a question. Can you please question especially that is having an argument on Facebook?

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Are they considered a Muslim? Well, how practical is that how this is going to help you

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whether they are Muslims or not.

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so you left all the Muslims are in need of the car and you waited on those people. See, that's why I like always to focus on something that is practical. That will help us in increasing our Eman coming closer to Allah subhanaw taala regarding the Shia,

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just like the sooner

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what's the ruling of the people have some are the Muslims are not Muslims. Why they are Muslims.

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Okay, what about the Shia,

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the Shia, some scholars said they follow their scholars, there are scholars they believe in the alternation of the Quran. They believe that the companions are disbelievers, so their scholars are not Muslims, therefore the Shia are not Muslims. That's one common opinion. Another opinion that the Shia individually their belief is prefer to believe that the Quran is changed. That's powerful, but they themselves individually are not disbelievers. They are still believers, but sinners. Depending on each one of them. We look at him or her or they are doing if their practice is this belief, then we call them disbelievers.

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But again, as I said, carrying out a general ruling on everyone, that's hard.

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I say

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coffee confidently, that their belief is confirmed, there is not the essence of their belief is that the Quran is changed. And the companions are this blue. But to come to individuals, I don't need to judge each one individually.

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Unless I'm planning to deal with them in business unless I'm planning on marrying from them or that's another stuff.

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He called me and saying that.

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He only mentioned three more.

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But that is also for me. Yeah, the gaff is different from going and visiting.

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You shouldn't travel with the intention of visiting Masjid except those three mustards.

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That's the meaning of lead to shut the rehab. But performing RT calf could be anywhere. in any industry. No scholar said that the calf cannot be done except in those three mustards that's different.

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So the Gulf is permissible in domestics and it was done by scholars.

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But visiting or traveling with the intention of visiting MSG shouldn't be done except for those three mustards

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Any other questions?

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individually these days by

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Yeah, they say we are Muslims, they perform Hajj they shouldn't be stopped

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between them and the last panel

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they they do differently but in Mecca usually they pray with us and then after we finish they do their own prayer.

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Yeah, they believe in many ions that are not there. What I found alika the croc Denali and ciroc they add that they say there is an entire surah that is omitted from the Quran so that we rely on that proof Sally is the Khalifa because that's their basic belief it is the Khalifa and there is no single lie about it. So yeah, they they say that

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well, I mentioned the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam The message was there or the grave was there

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the master the master and then the expansion as I said, they went right front and back and there was no room to expand except to the left and they made the wall like to separate it

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so that's an exception.

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Any other questions?

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Hello seller or a seller? Yeah.

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Does it mean sell off?

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Isn't that what we do following the way of the earlier generations

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so again, names could be confusing sometimes.

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he basically most of the things that you know when the brace when we salon the economy behind the performance involved in it, what is after salon?

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after the race we walk in us?

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Well, if you want to say Salaam to everybody, nobody can stop you. But to say that this is a practice every time and it has to be done. Yeah, I agree. I wouldn't do it like that. Because going back is this part of the prayer. See, the companions reported every single thing how high the hands of the prophet SAW Selim, did they ever reported that after the Salaam, we go in a circle or we stand up and we know so it's no big deal.

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That doesn't define me as a person or as a follower of methodology just by this simple act. Whether I shake hands after the player or not.

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Shouldn't be

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another question.

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Alright, see you inshallah. 345