History Of Aqidah EP 4

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Special course by Yayasan Ta’lim & Arees University. Conducted by Dr Isam Rajab. HISTORY OF AQIDAH (session 4)


AI: Summary © The history and importance of Islam is discussed, including its stance on religion, protecting one's religion, and obtaining political leverage. The speakers also address the confusion surrounding the names of Islam's individuals and their attributes, including the idea of "naive" in relation to the names of individuals. The speakers stress the importance of being aware of negative consequences and the need for individuals to be more aware of their surroundings.
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psycho Allah,

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Allah salatu salam ala rasulillah. Allah,

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Welcome to the class of our data.

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We are at page nine.

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We are going to start today from page nine. And let's see how far we go whether we will take two or three subjects.

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We talked about them actually In brief, and now we will try to go through more details. The first group is Elkhart.

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page nine, I'll have orange.

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The name itself

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How are you?

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What does it mean? Where did it come from?

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Any idea? Any thought?

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No, that's another name.

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Yeah, but

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this is what Luciana. Tell or call them. They don't call themselves coverage.

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But as soon as they call them how orange. So for them, this is considered derogatory actually. It's not a good term. That's why they don't call themselves orange.

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It's it's stemmed, or it comes from the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Yeah, mokona they go through the religion

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that's going through, meaning leaving karoge in Arabic literally

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leaving out. So they are the ones who

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either leave the religion, that's one meaning, or they come out against the ruler. That's what they are known for? How our edge from Cluj they come out against the ruler,

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because that's how it started.

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How did it start? Now, as we talked earlier, and as you see here, now, scholars, they have

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different opinions. Some of them said it is from the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Actually, at the time of the prophet SAW Selim, there were no,

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it was the incident of one man, the hoysala autonomy, that's the name of the man from him. The Prophet, as Sam said, from his progeny will come the group, so there was no group at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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When did they come? Exactly? It was during the time of Ali of the law when they form themselves as a group. But before that, the cause of the assassination of us men of the law one What was it?

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You know, the story, the history briefly, you don't have to know the details, but why or how are the long run? What skill?

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Do you know that they have an idea?

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Yes or no?

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Okay, briefly, as men of the long run, was the third Khalifa.

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As a halifa, you have some differences from the other calibers before you

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have a worker of the law one had a certain strategy, or the law had a different strategy. You cannot say one of them was right one of them was wrong. One example of a worker of the law Han gave everybody equally, the revenue of the Muslim Ummah, everyone has share in it. And they were given equally. I told him how you equalize the one who accepted Islam just two years ago, to the one who fought with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Over 20 years ago, he said this is a loss reward. Allah rewards them with this. I give them dunia, it's equal.

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When Ilan became the halifa he changed that. What did he do? He divided people to categories, the highest was given to the wives of the Prophet size and and because they are called on Manhattan, meaning the mothers of the believers. So that's the difference. Another difference? Our crow della Han, when the prophet SAW Selim passed away, and he wanted

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to ascend the pulpit, it was three steps. He didn't want to step on the same step as the prophet SAW Selim, he went down one step lower on what what he came up with the law also he went one step floor. So when a man came, he said, If everybody is coming to go one step lower, where they will go down to the basement, so he went back to the step of profits Arsenal, they consider that something wrong. So a group of people came, and they said, You are not eligible to be the halifa. So they committed.

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Okay, but it was not formed as a group, with ideology until the time of Ali Padilla on

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the exact or the fine line where they really became a group, the arbitration attacking, we call it in Arabic backing to have a judge or someone to arbitrate. That's what happened when the game the arbitration between Mario de la and Ali,

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upon the Battle of Sofia, that's when they isolated themselves and they started forming as an official group.

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Okay, of course, do they call themselves coverage? No.

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They don't call themselves but they have different names, you see of their names, and how to reason why they are called hallelujah.

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Because of the place Hara, and this is the term that I shall be used when a lady asked her about the menstruating woman why she makes up the days of fasting, but she doesn't mix up the prayers during the period. So she told her Are you harissa? Because that's one of their characteristics. They ask a lot. They keep asking, and they keep asking. So America, because of the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim Rona Mina Dean Kaman, Mr. Koh Samui, Narnia, when an arrow goes through the prey,

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it kills it, but it also passes it. The same thing with those people. They enter this lamb, but they also left it.

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They don't have sound understanding of Islam.

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They know about Islam, but they don't have anything correct about Islam. That's why the prophet SAW Selim described them as what he said they are killable actually not the dogs of the hellfire.

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Although they have prayer, although they have fasting, although the companions themselves would consider their prayer, less than the prayer of the heart, which is telling you actually you have to be careful. It's not about the number.

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It's about the quality of your deed, and how it is done.

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Okay, so this is now.

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First, their names, they have many names, and I gave you some of their names.

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They're beginning, and that was their beginning their beliefs. And this is something also important, what are their main beliefs?

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Number one,

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however, committed a major sin is what?

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He is a cafe. He's a disbeliever. What is the essence of that? Or what was the cause of that? Why would they say this? That the one who commits a major sin is a disbeliever?

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I said that last time.

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You remember, what did I say?

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Through they are extremes, but they rationalize what they are saying. They don't just make claims.

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They have things to back this up. They say a man believe is one thing.

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A man is one thing. So when you commit majors in this demand goes it cannot be divided. It's not proportionate.

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So it's either there or it's not there. Once you commit a major sin.

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What happens? You leave Islam

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is there now from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Is there something to back this up?

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Well, that's against them. I'm saying is there something supporting them their claim their belief

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See, one important thing you need to remember those deviant people from the deviant sects. They don't just make claims out of the air, they have evidences. The problem is with the understanding of those evidences 100. If this is inside Muslim, it's authentic. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said lie as Nizami Hina is Neela moment.

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The adulterer, when he commits adultery, he is not a woman. He doesn't have a man. But as soon as they say while he is committing this act, yes, a man is not there otherwise he wouldn't have committed this act, he would feel a loss of time does not do it. Well is represented often is Rico moment and the thief does not steal while he is a believer. So they say committing a major sin is what? To this belief. Again, you have

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this is inside Muslim, you have also the concept. The man is one thing, it's either there or it's not there, it cannot be proportion. But as soon as they say no Eman, it could go up. And it could go down based on your deeds. That's the belief of our listener. So this is one of their essential beliefs regarding regarding work regarding the major sins, whoever committed a major sin is

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this believer, another thing, which also

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singles them out. When it comes to the deviant sex, they believe it is a must. It is an obligation for the people to go against the ruler. Who is disobedient to Allah subhanaw taala. It is a must. And again, that's why one of their names alhadeff. Kuru, Jalan hacking, that's the term, they have to go against the ruler,

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the ruler, representing the Muslim Ummah,

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he cannot be one of the worst, he has to be the example. So if he committed sins publicly, you have to fight him.

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That's why nowadays, nowadays,

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do we have coverage or we don't have coverage?

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We do wear

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an ad Egypt?

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Well, we have to differentiate between two things, methodology and ideology, the ideology itself, we have very few people with that ideology. What ideology that you are either with us, you are a believer or you are not with us. And you are a disbeliever, which was very extreme at that time, that even if you believed in their beliefs, but you didn't come to join them, you are a disbeliever. That was gone. What we have now is small groups here and there, mainly in Oman, and some in Algeria. Some in Algeria, they still have some of the beliefs, the ideology of the coverage, which are not as extreme as they used to be in the past.

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That's one thing.

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The methodology of the marriage is still there. Because Do we have people now they want to go against the ruler and carry arms? The answer is yes, we do. From time to time we have.

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So what is the now what's the belief of Allison now when it comes to the ruler? Does this lamb approve of injustice? Because what is the alternative? It is not going against the ruler? fighting him? Why they go and fight the ruler? What is their objective to them? They believe they are.

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They want justice, they want to achieve justice. So that's why they are doing this. So as soon as they say no, Justice is not important. Let the ruler does whatever he wants, and you just obey. What is the belief of Arizona. When it comes to the ruler?

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advice. You go to the ruler, you advise him, you tell him fear Allah, you're doing something wrong, and your head is chopped off.

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So the second one goes, also that's what happens. What do you do? You go and fight him killing. So give me an give me practical answer. What is the position of a listener when it comes to the ruler? Who is disobedient?

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You don't follow him.

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What if we say only by name? It's Islamic country, but almost everything is non Islamic.

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So we follow him in nothing, then what is left?

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See, Islam has an answer for everything.

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And the matter of shedding blood is very severe in Islam. It is very severe. That's why the prophet SAW Selim always encouraged people to be united, under $1. And the prophet SAW, Selim knew that rulers are not the same. Don't expect from people today to be like the companions, they will have since they will commit sins. But as long as this is not a phenomenon, as long as this is not the predominant thing, you as the sister said, you obey them in

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what they are telling you to obey Allah, and you disobey them in the things that are disobedient to Allah subhanaw taala. You don't fight from anything, immediately you go and you declare war against the rules, why what will happen? What will happen, more bloodshed, there will be more bloodshed, and we see that there will be division, the oma will be divided. Even with the unjust ruler, the situation will be still better for the entire country. But Islam doesn't say that no matter whatever the ruler does, you obey? No. Otherwise it would be not to be the ants, it would be a badger. It would be worshipped to the ruler. And Islam never says you worship the ruler, you obey. Even if he

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commanded you to disobey, you still be obedient to Him with the things that are not against the Sharia.

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Until the Muslims are strong enough

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to form a group that is strong enough

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to impeach this ruler, then they are permitted to do so. But it has to be again, almost you look at the Islamic history. It rarely happened successfully. without bloodshed, there was always bloodshed.

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And it is not the best thing to do to establish

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a country, a dynasty on the skulls of Muslims. Because this is the outcome, that's what will happen. But the whole adage for them for any mistake, any error, anything, the owner committed his sin. And that's what they did with the Army or the law. They practice that firsthand on who finale, the cousin of the prophet SAW Selim the first one to accept Islam from the children.

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They fought him until they were able to assassinate him. And not only that, they believed the one who killed him is the best of the creation. That's their belief.

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Nowadays, do we have people like that? We have some people, they believe that jihad. Now there's nothing wrong with Yeah, jihad is part of Islam. Unfortunately, some people especially when you talk in the West, they say jihad is outdated and no, it is part of Islam. It's one of the best things in Islam, you are defending your religion, even by sacrificing yourself. There is nothing wrong with it. But is it first thing? No, it is last resort. Even the prophet SAW Selim said, Let the man know you do not wish for meeting the enemy. It's not easy. But if we had to, yes, we have to defend our our country, our religion, we have to and this is done by jihad. But to say that jihad is the only

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thing and it is the first thing and there is nothing else working nor that we're not teaching nothing. That's the problem. Are there some people like that? Yes. There are some people like that in our time.

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Because if extremism as a phenomenon, it was at the time of the Prophet Assalam in the form of the three men who came and they belittled, the bad of the prophet SAW Selim himself,

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a god of the prophet SAW Selim himself, it was to them, not enough. They felt that they had to do more.

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Do you think we will not have people like that in our time we have.

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We have, we have some people, they consider that if you're not doing the same, like what they are doing, you are disobedient.

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No matter whatever you do, no matter how much knowledge you have, no matter what position you have.

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We have youngsters 20 years old, 22 years old, and they are accusing scholars of being Kufa. This is something that is happening nowadays. Unfortunately, other people, they don't agree with this ideology

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of coverage with the methodology that you have

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To go against the rules, but still they are extreme. Yes, we do. This is also something that is happening. We have people that are extreme.

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I'll give you an example. Now

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a man talking to a woman

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in any for any cause, even for when you say, this is not allowed, what do you consider this?

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If she picked up the phone, and the one on the other line was the man, so she couldn't talk to him, and she hung up? What do you consider this?

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We have people like that.

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One of them was my student actually.

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And that was in America.

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That was in America. She doesn't talk to anyone when it came to exams, she didn't take the exams. Why? Because the one who is conducting the exam is a male. Those people again, you want to believe whatever you want for yourself, you're free.

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We need to tolerate that kind, because they believe that they are coming close to Allah subhanaw taala. But when you say that this is how everybody should believe that's problem. How can we we live like that. Imagine? In Islam, always, if you want to know the ruling of something you didn't have someone to ask, you don't know clear evidence. scholars say if you want to know something, whether it's right or wrong, generalize it.

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By generalizing something, you can get a clear idea whether this is permitted or prohibited. So if we generalize that any woman cannot talk to any man, can we live? Practically rarely can we live and coexist? It's not possible. This is an example. There are many examples like that also. So Islam, always you find that the sooner always the people of moderation.

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For you, you want to pray longer prayers, you want to believe whatever you want to believe that's between you and the last panel, you will be rewarded for your good intention, but to say that this is Islam, that's the problem. So anyways, these are the main

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ideas, the coverage, what they have.

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Generally, they are extreme, extreme in everything.

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And that's one of the reasons why they became so many groups from the the first group and Hurriya, the first ones, came many groups after that, as Erica about the

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until our time. Now, most people in our time they are from Alibaba.

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The followers of Abdullah when he bought in in Oman, and also in

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Libya, and Algeria in that area, but they are very few. And even

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through the course of history for over 1000 years, their beliefs became lightened

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to an extent.

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Some of them, the only difference between them and as soon as now is some practical aspects of that's all like praying, they pray like the Shia, they don't put their hands here, they put their hands down. Other issues like wiping off their socks, and so many of them like that. Those are historically what they are called the body, they follow the hilarious the original ones, but the other ones who committed the acts of the heritage and have their beliefs in terms of actions like fighting the ruler, we still have some people like that in our time. So that's one of the objectives of studying this to try to implement these sects in our time, although the sector itself is not

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there, but the beliefs are still existing. And the reason behind the belief, that's what is important. We want to avoid any division. So we go back to the cause what caused that belief and how we can stop it.

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Therefore at page then, at the end of page 10, we have two paragraphs. They're talking about what alibaba alibaba that is the SEC that until now, some of them are still there.

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What did they call themselves? They are followers of the law.

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But they call themselves Jama actual Muslim in

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You see, just giving nice names, good titles doesn't make you better, or doesn't make your deeds correct nowadays

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have the same thing. We have people calling themselves Hezbollah,

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the party of Allah and everything they're doing against what Allah Subhana Allah commanded. So names only are not enough. Because nobody you will never find a deviant, someone who commits without coming to you and telling you I am over there I am committing beta, I am dv do not find that everybody will try to justify his or her actions.

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So, these are

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the about the now, the major difference, look at page 11. The big paragraph. third line, the major difference between the body and the rest of the coverage is that they do not consider those who disagree with them as a disbeliever.

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For the coverage, they believe that whoever is not with them, he is against them, whoever is not with them. He is what, at this believer,

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as a sad consequence, at the time of the successors of the companions, at the time of the followers of Elliot of their loved one when they fought Ali, by the way, they were very strong. Because they are extreme in their beliefs, they are also very strong. So they had no option, they are either going to get killed, or they are going to be victorious. You will never find them running from a battlefield. This was a very well known fact about them. So when they defeat the Muslims,

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the followers of the entire state the followers of the halifa. What do they do if they were allowed to kill them? Why did they believe those are disbelievers so we can kill them. As a consequence, what happens after they killed men? What happens to women?

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They are enslaved.

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Imagine a Muslim enslaving a Muslim woman.

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Their properties are taken if I'm allowed to kill you to shed your blood. Why not? I'm not allowed to take your money. That's what they did, unfortunately. But now we don't have this and hamdulillah. For those groups that are in our man or in Algeria, they don't have these beliefs. Maybe some who are extreme, like a guy that some of them yes, maybe they have this belief that you committed gopher. So you are a Kaffir you are Hallelu them you can be killed. And as a consequence, also your money should be taken and so on and so forth.

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So from those why they survived, by the way, because they are not that extreme the above. Until now, they are not that extreme. That's why they survived.

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They don't consider the one who disagrees with them as a disbeliever. So they allow marriage. And that's a key element of their existence until now. But the others they disallow that.

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The beginning the beginning, they said that even if you believe like what we believe, but you didn't come to us to join us You are a disbeliever. So even if you are imprisoned, you want it to go but you couldn't still you are a disbeliever that's why there was another group after them.

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As Erica, they said, No, no, if you believe in what we believe you are a believer if you even if you didn't come. But if you don't believe you are this believer, then came Alibaba and of course, from each one of them, they have many groups as well. They ended up killing each other also. Because the few believe anybody else is a disbeliever. Even if he's so close to you, but he's different. He's a disbeliever. That's what they believe. So this is this is the average.

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Now, what is important for us

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their beliefs, we knew that their history, how they started, how we can implement that in our time, how can we avoid having those beliefs, the ruling, what is the ruling on the average? Are the Muslims or they are not Muslims?

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Do we consider them believe Muslims are not Muslims?

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They are Muslims.

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They pray they fast.

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They say Laila Illallah. So

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there are different opinions, but I will give you the bottom line. What most scholars say, in our time, most of those people, they are Muslims. They are committing a sin definitely, by their beliefs by attacking others by what they are doing. That's a sin, but that doesn't take them out of the fold of Islam. However, the first group

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Hurriya themselves the first group that went against the alley of the lawn and killed him and believe that they are getting closer to Allah by this, those people in particular, they are not Muslims.

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Why? The prophet SAW Selim mentioned that they go through the religion so they leave out the religion yummo owner,

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they're not within it anymore.

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That's what the prophet SAW Selim said. But again, who will hold them accountable? Allah subhanaw taala. And in our time, we don't have this group anymore and Hallelujah, so we, we don't worry about them, but the rest, whoever is there, as a general rule, whoever says Lyla, Eliza, Muslim, whoever prays is almost a difference in actions that Allah, Allah will hold the person accountable.

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Because all of them they say, like the halal all of them, they fast, they pray, but we have differences. Nowadays, as I said, as little as only raising the hands or not raising the hands, wiping over the socks performing them and all these things. So they are still Muslims.

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That's about coverage. Now we come to one of the most important event sets, which is by number considered maybe number two after listener.

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Shia, what does it mean?

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See ya, yeah.

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What's the meaning of Shia? The root word?

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follower? Yes, supporter.

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Allah says, at the end of Sora Tila Nam in Lavina. Farah codina. Home what can Oh, she an indeed those who divided the religion and became groups supporting one another. So I am a group I support only my group she an less than minimum fishy.

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You have nothing to do with them. They're not your followers. That's what the lights telling the prophets I send them. So the name Shia came from where they said we are Shia to alley. We are the supporters the helpers of alley of the law. That's where the name came from the Shia. Okay.

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Again, they were divided to many groups, too many sects. Even in our time, we have extreme Shia, that they consider the mainstream Shia disbelievers. We will talk mostly about the mainstream Shia because that's what we see. That's what we interact with, from time to time. The predominant shiana in Iran, in Iraq in Gulf countries. I don't know here if you have Shia also, but mainly the mainstream Shia they are called what?

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what they are called.

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We call them rafidah. But they exactly what What's the name? If naturally 12 What's the meaning of if naturally a 1212 imams

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a Shia Mamiya that's another name. They follow the 12 imams. So where did the number 12 come from? Why not? 1111? sounds better.

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Why 12? Where did the number 12 come from? Do you know?

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why they decided that? It is 12? Not 13? Not 11?

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what they have to do is very slight.

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But actually they made that analogy. That's the secondary evidence. That's not the essential thing.

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Natasha is back on omona we divided them to 12 that's about the children of Israel. True but that's not it.

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You don't know.

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They follow 12 months? Why 12 months? Why not for

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11 711

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so why 12 Where did the number 12 come from?

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in one Hadith and this hadith is authentic. See, I'm telling you every devian sec. They have a source they have an evidence that they rely on. But the understanding is terrible. That's the problem. The understanding is wrong. This Hadith is authentic. We believe in it. It's inside

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my resolve the matter

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This oma will be united as long as they have 12 imams. All of them are from Croatia. That's what the prophet SAW Selim said

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12 imams. So the Shia they come to us and as soon as they say we are not following what the professor is saying to them, they say we are following what the process NMC.

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So, when when a car come to you and tell you this is a hadith from your book, and the Imams are 12.

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And it's the first time you heard this, have you thought would you

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say oh my god, Allahu Akbar, this is right. So I have to become Shia.

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What do you do? Because again, you have to know that

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the Hadith, I'm telling you, it's authentic. But the interpretation is wrong.

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Because what the prophet SAW Selim meant is just the fact that it is true.

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If you look at history, the matter of the Muslim Omar was united until 12 imams that ended by

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two imams at the end of the omiya dynasty after that it was divided from the ambassador dynasty until now we don't have one entire big body we call Muslim woman.

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Okay, but if you interpret it like them, that they say they are 12 in arms, and they give their names, by the way will take their names.

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They had this does not apply to them. Because the matter of the Muslim of Muslims, not united. Nobody agreed to not nobody but most the oma did not agree to that.

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So if you believe in the Hadees, the meaning of it does not apply. So the number itself is insignificant, but to them, the number is 12. That's why they have 12 imams. Who are they to them? Who are their amounts? The first one is

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are they long after IE?

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No, not that person.

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Hasn't chasm, the oldest son of Allah Allah. Then

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Allah Hussain

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after al Hussain

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Ali, Adnan Husayn.

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Okay you have them here

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it is

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page 13.

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And even if you're saying he was called single avidin.

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After rally in Aberdeen, we have Mohammed

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bin Ali, they call him Muhammad.

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Al back.

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Then after Mohammed, Jaffa, the son of Mohammed, who is called Jaffa

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Then Moosa have been Jaffa They call him Musa a Calvin, everyone has the title, why?

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Remember, the halifa when he becomes the halifa is given a title. So those are the memes and they are considered calibers. Let me write their names.

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Because we have it a lot one.

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He's his son

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saying Well, let me

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This is a lesson and both of them are children of Ollie are the last one from Al Hussein. We have Ali, that's what they call him.

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the son of Ali,

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They call him alabaster.

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The son of Mohammed

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Jaffa, a solid

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The son of Jafar, you see all of them are from where? From Al Hussein?

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Two reasons. First of all, and Hassan was assassinated.

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He was killed. But they say that and hasn't stepped down to Mongolia on year 40 of his era

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or near 40 of Nigeria and hasn't stepped down. If you are an Imam appointed and we will talk about this point where believe that these imams

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were chosen by the oma

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who chose or decided that those are the Imams.

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This is a last choice. This is a last decision that's part of the religion. That's why they are called the Shia in Amelia. Eman is the essential element of their religion of their belief. So when you say this is an essential part, and he steps down, what does it mean?

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So he is out or what you believe itself is wrong. So this is this is what what happened. So we have Jafar, the son of Jafar Musa

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Musa They call him

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a Calvinist counting.

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Then we have all of them. I just wanted all of them children from where, from Al Hussein until the last one, Mohammed, Al Hassan,

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Mohammed Al Hassan, Alaska, he that's his title, by the way, and has an Alaska he he had no children.

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Mohammed is

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a fictitious character. It doesn't exist. The last one, but to them, they call him what Muhammad Hassan al MADI and that's why when they mentioned her his name they say, Allah faraja May Allah bring him soon. Why? Because since the year 256 of Hydra, we are now what year?

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So this is

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how many years ago?

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over or almost 1200 years, he is still hiding.

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That's their belief.

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And they argue with you, you tell them they say yeah, if Allah wanted, wouldn't he keep him alive? Can or a lock and a lock. And so they said, Oh, they tell What's so difficult about it.

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They say he went he hid

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in a basement in Samara in Iraq, and he's hiding

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some of their amounts now, how they again, they have two things, the Shia in our time, they use logic a lot and they use emotions a lot to things that are convincing to people, some of them to gain more leadership, they tell their people from time to time they are absent. They are nowhere to be found. They say we were in a meeting with and Maddie

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Okay, they believe that he leaves and he is there. And when he comes actually that's why even though they believe in and Maddie we believe in and Maddie but Maddie and asuna is different than what they believe in. We believe he is from the family of the prophets. I send them but they believe that and Maddie when he comes the first thing he will do will kill us will kill me sooner.

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That's their belief. So

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there they are called a shell in amiya. What does it mean? Those are the Imams 12 imams. Each one is the son from the previous one.

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Us and asuna we love them.

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Okay, where's the thing now?

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Allison, who's that hasn't?

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He is the grandson of prophets. I seldom do we love him or we don't love him. It is essential. We love both of them. Alli zainul ib Dean. Again, he was a great Imam of Allah pseudoknot Mohammed Al Barton. Also you read the books of the scholars who wrote about the narrator's of the Hadith. They say about him. Mm hmm. We believe in him but not as an imam of all Muslims. He's a man of knowledge. Same thing with Darfur Assad. Also he's still an Imam. But then from moussaka

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And going down. They have good status but not as great scholars as the previous ones. So we have respect to all of them but the Shia in me when they claim that they follow a little bait the family of the prophet SAW Selim, they don't mean elevate all elevate, they pick and choose.

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The family of the prophet SAW Selim was only limited to Allah of the Lohan

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didn t have also allowed bass,

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bass and valley. Both of them are in the same level. Both of them are cousins to the Prophet sizer. Abdullah, the son of Allah bless the uncle of the prophet SAW Selim. Ali is the son of the uncle, upper palate. So Abdullah have an Ibis, and even Abby Polly, both of them are on the same level, both of them are cousins. But do you find them never mentioning?

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Abdullah Abdullah bass or bass or anybody else? Why, again, that's their belief. Now, the essential belief for the Shia is the man again, who stated that they are enums it's not he had not something that decision came about to reach a conclusion. It was from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So if it is from Allah, we opened the Quran and it's nowhere to be found in the Quran. What does that mean?

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The Quran is not fully preserved. That's their belief.

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What is their belief in those imams? Those Imams, what is their status?

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If they are chosen from Allah subhanaw taala

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divine, they don't make mistakes. That is their belief in their Imams and the 12 Imams, they don't make mistakes. Why? Again, they don't just make any claim baseless claim. They have an ayah in Surah Allah has up in you read Allahu Li bang Kumari de elbaite Allah only intends to remove any

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error from you the family of the Prophet sizer. That's what Allah says in the Quran. So to them, they say based on the Quran, those imams are even better than some of the profits. Because of some of the profits made mistakes, those they don't make mistakes. Not only that you open their books the book that is equivalent to sell Buhari for and the sooner or sold, Gaffey. That's the name of their book,

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a chapter an entire chapter that Elena, the Imams, yeah, Allah Mona, they know, McCann, what was in the past. When I say akun what will happen in the future.

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If they are divine, they are chosen by Allah, then they can do whatever they want. And they know the future. That is their belief.

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This is the belief of the Shia Imam.

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Or let's say the first or most important belief, which is

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their essential element of their belief is a moment. If you don't believe in Inanna of those 12 imams you are not from them. You're not from them. Not only that they have some extreme also

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has a nice carry number 11 to them has an escalator number 11.

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He had the follower His name is Mohammed bin Messiah. He also had the group, the group that followed Mohammed who say they are called Musa Uriah, those are extreme Shia. Those are the ones that ruled Syria for the last 40 years. And they change their names from no syberia to alluvia. Li they are followers of Ali eventually. But they are extreme.

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There are the rules. Also they exist in Syria. They exist also in Lebanon. They are extreme. They believe that Shia if you go back to page 12, the appearance of Shia

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it's interesting because it is not really one sudden appearance of Shia. It went through some stages.

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It wasn't like the other sects that it was formed out of the Southern and that's it they became a group No, the Shia evolved.

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At the beginning, they had only one issue, which is a workaround dharma. They are not the Khalifa

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Burj Khalifa should be Ali.

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That's first, then they didn't only disagree that Abu Bakr and Omar

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Shouldn't be Oliver's they started considering them as enemies because they took the essential element from Annie. So they are against Islam, they are not even Muslims. That's another evolution. Then from there, they started making claims. Some of them at the time of earlier the alarm.

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They said you are him and the whole meaning that he is divine, He is Allah, and he wanted to burn them. But then he remembered the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim that nobody burns with fire, but the creator of fire. So he didn't do that.

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So it evolved until we have them nowadays, the predominant of them is the mummy.

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The Mummy, and that's the essential element. You ask them, what are the pillars of faith? And they tell you Mmm, but you open the Quran there isn't anything about the mama in the Quran? They say yes, because because the Quran

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has not been preserved. They say there is an entire surah called so that will rely on.

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Now, who asked I think two weeks ago somebody asked about the ruling on the Shia,

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Shia with this belief like that? Are they still Muslims? No. But to implement that on individuals, that's very difficult, because even then themselves, the individuals, they are ignorant. They don't know the reality of their beliefs. They only think that we pray like that. We pray on the ground and they pray like that, and they prey on the rock. That's, that's many of them. That's what they believe. But when you dig deeper when you tell them about that they some of them, they know but they pretend to that's another element of their faith will come to you. And some of them they really don't know. So it's hard to implement that on everyone to generalize the ruling. But the belief

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itself as it is that's a Kufa that's the disbelief

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if you say the companions, all of them are disbelievers, not only abubaker and dama, yes, worker and Omar, they are the ones who started that the rest of the companions they conspired, so they are with them. If you say that those are disbelievers, what is left of the religion who carried the religion and delivered it to us? If they transporter

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is this reliever, then what they expect to be the result? That's what they believe. So it is a terrible thing. The essence of it. That's it, where did it comes from? The name, the number 12. The names all of them are from the family of the prophets. I send them by the way, if you discuss with them, this basic belief about family, family constitutes of what

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what is the family? When I asked you, did you bring the family? Do I mean only your children?

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The spouse

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is she included or not included? To all of them. The wives of the Prophet SAW Selim are excluded.

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All of them. The only one that is included, had deja

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deja Ilana because she passed away earlier.

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I said to them is an enemy

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nyesha the attacker open

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the eye itself if they want to believe in the ayah in nemyria de la de Banco Merida Ll Bay, the family. It includes the wives, actually the beginning of the ayah

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was corner, wealth corner and mentioned what is recited in your house, Ally's talking to who

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to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu so if you want to believe in this ayah the wives of the Prophet SAW Selim they are included in the concept family, but they leave the Koran and they go to one Hadith there is a hadith Yes, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had the blanket, and he had the alley of the LA Han, Fatima delana, and Hassan and Hussein and the blanket was covering all of them and he said, You are my family.

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We agree we believe in that they are the family of the processes and we love them. It's an essential belief of a listener you cannot be a true Muslim without loving them. Because you love the prophets. I said I'm so you love them. But that doesn't mean anybody else is not included as well. But to them, they limited and they put the concept family of the prophets, I send them only in those four people, and whatever came from them. That's all. So this is the problem with their belief. But you go back to the core and you go back to come

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Common Sense family by essence first member of the family is the spouse. But they say no. So that's one of their beliefs, which is the imama. Now moving to page 14

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when it comes to the heat, in particular the headless mouse effect

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they deny the attributes of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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they are like the Moto Zilla

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when it comes to the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala you find many of them, what do they do? They seek refuge with those imams.

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They call upon them. What do we call this

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ship, they commit ship.

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It's very well known fact to them, they go and visit the graves. And they seek blessings there. Actually many of them they are had is not considered completed. Even if you go to Mecca, and you perform hajj, it's not completed until you go to an F in Iraq.

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Until you go to home in Iran, they created places that they said they are blessed.

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So many of them they have this belief that when it comes to the hate the oneness of Allah, another dangerous concept

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or a topia the fear? What does it mean?

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The idea from taqwa from being cautious from protection

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here, what does it mean? You say something and you intend something else?

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Why? Out of fear or out of protection? So, in their belief, and this is very dangerous, lying is part of their belief. This is why you cannot win an argument with them, because lying is part of their belief. You tell them Do you believe that we are believers? He said yes. But he believes No, we are not.

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But he tells you Yes, you are believers. They have no problem with that.

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The idea is part of their Eman. They say to protect your Eman. You have to have the key. So no matter whatever people tell you, whatever you tell them as long as what you believe in your heart is not contaminated, it is intact, then you say whatever you want.

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And this is very dangerous.

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With dealing with them with talking to them. Many debates happened. And still again, if the person is lying to you, and telling you I'm telling the truth. What can you take from a person like that so the

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the key is part of their email. Then they have a Raja return. That's not for all of them. Some of them.

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They have a Raja, some of them believe that Allah Allah Han did not die. But just like Musa alayhis salam, he went to the appointment of Allah and is coming back. Some of them are the vast majority of them as Lamia. Now, they believe in the return of Almaty. They say Amanda did live, but he went in the hiding. He was 13 years old when he was young.

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So he went into hiding and he is coming back to kill a navassa. They call us no acid from NASA like that the enemies of the family of the Prophet Tyson.

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In reality, who is the real enemy of the family of the prophets as they are when you choose only certain members and the rest, you exclude them? you exclude the wives of the Prophet SAW Selim on Manhattan meaning

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the mothers of the believers.

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that's what they believe.

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and wilaya and an Adela.

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As long as you declare your animosity to Allah sooner to us, you are their friend.

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Therefore, one of their common glass, if somebody is upset with another person,

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and he wants to curse him badly. He would tell him, may a born of someone from Allison or be in the grave of your father.

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What does that mean? It means that as long as any part any limb of someone around you sooner in the grave of your father

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Your father is tortured.

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That's that's part of their belief. It's very you hear it, maybe now you don't hear it as common. But you hear it if you go and sit with them, and they don't know that you are familiar, as soon as they open everything, you hear terrible things.

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That's their belief. They're not equal. Some of them are extreme, some of them are not, but these are the essential beliefs, what they have. So with this kind of beliefs, are they Muslims, or they are not Muslims.

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their beliefs definitely that Spoofer. But again, as members,

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you need to differentiate. Some of them. They don't know. Some of them they do know. Their demands, definitely they know. So their demands, their scholars are not Muslims. We don't believe that they are Muslims.

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The ones that clearly curse the companions or consider them enemies.

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The ones that declared the animosity to the wives of the Prophet, science, alums, the ones that believe that this program is not preserved. Allah says in nanana, Xin and decra in Allah, Allah have your own. We indeed sent down the Quran and we indeed preserved it. You come and say, No, no, it was not preserved. So there isn't enough.

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Some of them they don't know. But there are scholars they know actually, they are some of their scholars, they wrote books. First to hip hop fee if that the horrific cadabra biller, but

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the truth of word improving the alternation of the book of Allah, that's one of their books.

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So that they're rolling, this is about

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rafidah. Then we come to an jamea.

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How much time do

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l jamea.

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The name comes from jam,

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jam in soft one.

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That's a new group, a new sect. As a sect, we don't have them now, in our time.

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There isn't a group called Jamia in our time. But the ideology is still there. Not the same ideology, but what stemmed from it, because a gentleman's offline came to the conclusion that all Names of Allah subhanaw taala, all attributes of Allah subhanaw taala they are only words, they don't have any reality.

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As a consequence, we had the Morteza Allah, who deny the attributes. We had a child who denied most attributes and confirmed only seven, we had karamea

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and the other groups all of them came from

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this group al Jamia

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al Jamia, they are the followers of Al jam. They've been so fun. Gentleman soften himself.

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He was killed by

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his teacher and jack in Durham also was killed by the ruler Khalid Abdullah.

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They came with beliefs that are so strange.

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And it didn't start like that it started with very simple thing

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that your Creator, he is in control of everything, yes or no. He's in control of everything. So is he in a certain place? Does he need a place since he's a creator? You start thinking like that you say no. So they say that he is not in a place.

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The prophet SAW Selim said, Robin, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, the One in heaven's.

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Allah is about that's what we believe. When the prophet SAW Selim asked the young girl in Allah, what is the law she said about this summer? Allah says Allah, Allah, she stole. So this is the problem. The prophet SAW, Selim said, the guru, think of the creation of Allah do not think of Allah Himself. This man all what he did was thinking of a las panatela That's why he came to this falsehood.

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When he came to the conclusion that Allah is creator, he doesn't need anything similar to the creation. He doesn't need a place so he is innopolis. He is innopolis whether you say Subhana Allah or sapan rbls Well, it is

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The same.

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That's what he said. So he came to statements that were covered.

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He said, again, every single sector, I'm repeating that again and again, every single sector, what they say, no matter how crazy it sounds, they have something to back it up.

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They have something to back it up, although the understanding is terrible.

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They denied the similarity. They say, Allah is the Creator. How come? You say he is like creation? Of course, we never say he's like creation. But they say anything that the creation has a lot doesn't have.

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As a consequence, do we speak?

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Do you speak or we don't speak? We do. So a lot doesn't speak. Otherwise, you like him? A lot of the creation.

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So anything, think of anything.

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But that doesn't work.

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Not only because we are different as creation, and we shouldn't think of Allah subhanaw taala but there are certain things the name itself is the same, but the meaning is different. Do we live?

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So do you deny the life of Allah?

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Allah Hey, this is one of the names of Allah subhanaw taala, but he's ever living. It's not like our life has to be has it has a beginning and it has an in laws, life doesn't have its eternal,

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the ever living the everlasting. So therefore, thinking of Allah subhanaw taala the way our mind is limited, no matter how many hours you spent, how many days you try to think about the nature of our Creator, he will not reach a conclusion. But they they couldn't understand that.

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Anyways, and Jasmine Durham, his master his chair, where did he get these notions these ideas, you trace the chain of narrators. It goes all the way back

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to a ban even some an Palouse libidinal, awesome. That's the end of it. libidinal. Awesome.

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Have you heard this name before?

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Who's libidinal? Awesome.

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He he didn't poison. He made a spell against the prophets. I said, and he was from the Jews. So libidinal, awesome, taught, followed.

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History student, Paolo taught abandoned in some an abandoned salon taught at jadwin, Durham and a jam took it from a job. What do you think of a kind of chain like that ends to

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not any Jewish but a magician, from the Jews who was an enemy to the Prophet salallahu earnings.

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This is why Yes, we always follow the truth regardless where they come from, but you have to be careful when someone that is known to be an enemy of Islam, you always have to be careful what he or she is saying, provided that they're saying is true, let alone if what they're saying is nonsense like that. Okay, so when it comes to the names,

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and attributes of Allah subhanho, wa Taala. They deny all of that. So they ended up with a very similar notion to the philosophers,

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the philosophers, their belief is that there is no gender or hellfire.

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It's only a matter of

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relativity. For you to understand, to be good. To be good. You're told that there is gentlemen that you will end up in and to avoid being bad, you will be punished

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and you go to Hellfire, but there isn't in reality, there isn't any of any such thing. So those people that Jamia they came to a similar almost similar conclusion when it comes to Allah Subhana Allah, Allah is existence, but in nowhere to be found.

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No attribute, no name, no mercy,

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no speech, nothing. So you look at all what they said. Eventually there isn't anything to believe in. There isn't anything to believe in. We believe in what a lot of us we haven't seen Allah. Can anybody say I saw Allah. We don't. But we believe in what Allah has dogen himself told us.

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That's why when their statements became known, nobody could tolerate that and that's why

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They ended up being killed. Actually a jadwin dyrham. His teacher, his killing was interesting because it happened on the day of it. Not only that, the Imam at that time Khalid Abdullah three that was the ruler

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in Marana in the area now is known as Afghanistan

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and the

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Russian states, previous Soviet states like ozric stand in that area Khalid Abdullah Al kasuri. He was the man. He brought a javelin Dirham in front of everybody on the day of at the

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age of sacrifice. He said, may Allah accept your sacrifices? Because I am sacrificing this man for the sake of Allah. Why? He said, because he claimed that Allah did not speak to Musa he claimed so he told the people what this man did, and he killed him in front of everyone to make him a lesson. But it was a bit late because his statement was taken by Pearl Jam and l jam also became known for these statements.

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As I told him, he ended up saying Subhanallah vlsm.

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When we say Subhan, Allah, Allah,

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may he be exalted Allah Hi, he would say Allah the law. It doesn't matter whether low or high, there isn't

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a location, a space a place anything like that. So all these are these beliefs. But in our time,

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in our time, do we have Jamia? Like those extremes, no. But from a Jamia when they saw that a gem was killed, a jag was killed, and their statements ended up in believing in God. That is not really a god, from them came from groups like Al Motta zillah zillah, said yes, we prove the names of Allah, Rama because he called himself a man, but we deny Rama, because Rama mercy means softness of the heart. And if you say there is softness in the heart, then you are lightning, a lot of the creation You mean that Allah has heart and if Allah, all these terrible things, so they say no, no, there is no mercy.

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And you compare all the other names of Allah subhanaw taala. They believed in the names but they deny the attributes. Then came another group LSR era, which is actually common nowadays, we have a lot of a shadow, they distort the meaning of the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala. Yet a lot. They say Allah doesn't have a hand. That's the character of it's a characteristic of creation not created.

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But if Allah is saying,

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this is the problem, don't think of Allah like a creation, believe in what Allah says without saying how because we haven't seen Allah. But when Allah says he has a hand when the prophet SAW Selim says he has a hand, who are you to come and say, No, no, it doesn't mean a hand really. It means power. It means overcoming it means being able to do Where did you come up with these things? So all that was result from

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From alchemy.

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We will stop here inshallah, what we have next is not a lot, it will be enough for one class. We have about seven, eight minutes if you have any questions, any comments?

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As I said, do they call the question is do they call themselves the names that mentioned that is mentioned.

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The Shia, they call themselves here, however, is they don't call themselves average. Jamia? They give themselves different names like what more

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what is the meaning of more Hi.

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I am confirming the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. So what do they call and the sooner the ones that prove the names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala. They call them shabbiha likeness. You're the one who likens a lot of the creation. So they give themselves good names and they give us derogatory names.

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But there are also people

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who consider seeing leads as soon as

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almost every day.

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The question is about the name itself. Would it be harming if we have Shia they call themselves? Yeah, but they believe, like our belief. We talked about that last time we have a group very close the closest of the Shia, Sunni, what's the name of that group?

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Anybody? Very good idea. They do? What's the difference? between say they have an alley,

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the son of alley?

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That is a.

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Okay. They will email her saying

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they are called as a deer. And until now there is some of them in Yemen. No one from Allison has said about the idea they are too far. Nobody. Why? Because their beliefs are not. Yes, they believe that it should be the halifa. But

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we're working on Dharma, they are still companions. They never said that they are enemies of Islam, or they are disbelievers, or so on and so forth. That's why the Shia themselves excluded him from the chain. And they mentioned the rest, but they don't mention that.

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And from that time, they were given also the name or rafidah, the rejecters because they rejected the when they told him you have to curse abubaker and Roma. He said how would I curse them? They are the ministers of my grandfather of the prophets arsenal.

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Omar was Elijah de. So I believe like that. They are still Muslims. They are still Muslims. Nobody says they are not Muslims. But to say that the alley is the Khalifa that is wrong.

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That's all.

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One mother from my daughter's class is saying because I asked her and she said, Yes. She seems nice, but I just pretend to be nice to her.

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Like smiling, or give Salam because she always

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split it first. But deep in my heart, I hit her. She's from Iran. Okay, now I understand. So you mean she's from the Shia? Should I just avoid her like not? No, no, they are still human beings. If we spread this alarm greeting to this believers, why don't we spread Salaam to people, they still say by words, Laila heilala, they still share with us some things?

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If we had them and they hate us, what's the difference, then? Well, how this is going to make it better. Just we have nothing wrong with the person himself or herself. We have a problem with the beliefs, what they believe. And many of them are ignorant. I give you the example in America, what do you expect from a non Muslim who's everyday exposed to media against Islam?

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You come and confirm that by avoiding by being away by so I don't think this is helpful. Yes, you have to be careful because they are smart. They study logic a lot. Actually, their books they rarely read the Quran. They're not very good at the Quran. Only recently they started doing competitions. You will look at their scholars. you test them suddenly you tell him read from the surah they don't read Quran most of what they say I will wait a little bit the family that's what they do. So some of them they are really ignorant so we need to show them something better. So I don't think avoiding her just avoiding Harry's is a solution down deep maybe they hit us but let people hate us it's

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about us and what we do not about them.

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Okay, if you have a question because this has priority because they wrote it you cannot

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take from

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this is

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so now when I click on Sam, can you

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explain the appearance the return of the mammal Maddie in both an Asana and Shia? Well, this needs series

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of sessions or at least at least an hour. It's not easy, okay.

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But the prophet SAW Selim mentioned that he will come from my family. His name will match my name. So his name is either Ahmed bin Abdullah Mohammed Abdullah from the family of the prophet SAW Selim. He will

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be given they are in Mecca while he doesn't want it, but people want him to be the halifa he will grow up in Medina. That's in a nutshell. That's our belief. He will rule and he will unite the Muslims and he will lead them until the time of a solid Salam comes.

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Why he will be resurrected.

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We don't believe that he will be resurrected. He's just a normal man. Actually, the prophet SAW Selim says that you special hola binyomin olena overnight. Allah subhanaw taala either prepares him to be Khalifa he didn't have the quality to be halifa or he was ordinary man. Yes, he's from the family of the prophets, I sell them but he committed since he's ordinary man. And overnight he becomes

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away or becomes free from all these sins, he leaves the sins so he's ready to be the halifa

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that's the process and I've said nothing about resurrection or he already existed and is there that's what they believe.

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Is there a correlation between

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language and

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the Arabic language and

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she has an understanding of the Quran they seem to be very literal and restricted in their interpretation not only them any the insect will try to twist the eye to their benefit any live insect.

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Sophie's not all of them, some of them.

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Allah says in the Quran is a way to monastic and this is about what about Hajj? When you finish your Hajj?

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First karuma remember Allah how

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Korea man what Odin? While as you know become mentioned, Allah standing,

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mentioned a lot of sitting, mentioned a lot lying down. So they have this practice. You have a Holocaust, Vicar standing up sitting down laying down?

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That's literal. Is that what the ayah means? No, it means mission Allah at all stages. That's what it means. So every living sect not only this year, every living said they have this, this understanding they try to twist the ayah to their benefit.

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Is this

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contributed? b this could be is this could be the source is there?

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Okay, I think it's the same i hope i clarified that.

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About jihad. Some say? Well, you need to specify some who are some

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scholars, students of knowledge or regular people, not only some if all of them their opinion doesn't matter. Some say that we should go for Jihad and help our brothers and sisters in Syria, Palestine, etc. So should we go for jihad or live our lives here and practice Islam? See, this is the problem, while you limit the choice into options only, who said that you either live your life or go for jihad. I say go for Jihad and live your life. But Jihad doesn't mean that you go there physically. Help them with money with sources with and that you have jaha do Allah says in the Quran jahad always, except in one time allow us to perform Jihad with their money and their bodies. It's

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always together and always money comes first. Only one time.

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yourself comes first before money. So that is the head. So it's not only these two options, either we live our lives or we go for the do both. Allah will hold you responsible for what you are able to do and you didn't do something you didn't do. You're not responsible for. You hear about your brothers and sisters. You hear what they are facing, you hear what they are going through, and you pretend like there is nothing happening or you say that I cannot do anything. You will be responsible for that. whether it's true or not. Allah will ask you about it.

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I watch a YouTube Oxford debate topic. Islam is the religion of

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war and or mercy

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and debate who is Shia represents Islam debate and defend Islam?

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Should we believe what she has to say?

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The Muslim follows the truth. Whoever wherever it is said prophets are seldom said alike motto Bala to moment. Wisdom is the subject of search for the believer, wherever he finds it, and now we have our olevia. He should take it

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We have a very

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non incident at the time of the prophet SAW Selim,

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the truth was taken from the ship on the ship and himself when he thought, the Sahaba to say ayatul kursi, before sleeping, and you will have protection. Professor Sam said he told me the truth, though he is a liar.

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Just because he's a liar doesn't mean that also this is a lie. In this matter in particular, he said the truth. So whether Shia, Sunni, Christian, Buddhist, whatever, what they are saying, is it true or not true? If it's true, we take it regardless of the person.

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So that's the answer for this question. You had something

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hating the shoe. What do you think about? We have a campaign here?

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What is your opinion according to the Academy's action? Well boycott Why would you wake up the products of Iran isn't going to help the rest of the Muslim mama if it's Yes, then why not? If it's not then what's the purpose?

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Any other questions any other?

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Okay, there's that