Jamal Zarabozo – Bidah In Islam 6 12 88

Jamal Zarabozo
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How's it

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humbling man hungry left handed layup in Alameda Salatu was that I was really kidding.

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This is our sisters downstairs listening this

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you know, brothers or not? I think so it doesn't need any introduction.

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Yeah, he doesn't he doesn't see anybody who doesn't have it. So, you will need an introduction

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to speech which is shout out which was you know, a half an hour, he will

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make 15 minutes you have to go beyond

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the topic is the meaning of data.

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shall let

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me let me lay the Hornstein home as possible

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rally. Now the

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end left for the model from a new

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should have won the Mohammedan.

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first, I'd like to comment about the timing of this

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speech I didn't know it's gonna be after the show. And today I was invited to libinput. And it's been a long time since I had been late Danny quite a bit. I may be forced to lie down during the

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lecture and

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there was no vision.

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Otherwise, it would have been canceled for sure.

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The second

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thing I'd like to mention is actually I had I'll give you the story first. Here's the story outside of the mosque. The

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As you may know, the Bible, as it stands now, the New Testament has four gospels in it

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are four stories of the life of Jesus.

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And the way this the way they decided on these four, actually, they had many, they had maybe 100 or so. So one day, maybe up to 300 years after promises to them. This is a challenge to them.

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They said, what should we do about all these Gospels and which ones are true? So they put them all on a table.

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And in the morning, there was only four left on the table. The rest is all done from the table. The reason I relate that story is because I had two dogs prepared.

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One was the suit of the

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of the versus Abdullah home, Mr. customer.

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And and then the other one was this talk on the meaning of the debt. And somehow I lost the other note. That means any This must be the correct.

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Christian way of

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the reason actually I thought about giving this talk in the first place was because last time I was here,

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when brother had a question, I forgot what we were talking about. But somehow the topic got to be that one brother had a question about design in May

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clear to me that the this issue was down which isn't wasn't exactly clear. And judging by the smile on his face, he remembers who he was.

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Actually the concept.

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Another reason why I'm going to discuss this topic is because some people

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play down the importance of the death and ABC and it's not a very important concept. We don't have to really discuss it or waste time with it. And other people they might take the opposite extreme, considered the only the only issue that we have to face today well, Jhelum in my particular today I made it clear that there's an issue and he said this, but for the time being we'll just talk about this.

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As I sit down it's not a very well understood topic. And sometimes confusing, especially when someone says, Oh, this is good. I like I just told my brother this microphone is that and someone else will say yes, that is that hasn't.

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This is this

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exchange of words that we hear often among the Muslims it leads to more confusion or leads to

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the category not being very clear. So inshallah tonight I hope just to clear up down exactly what is the meaning of that? And you should think any if I'm just going to give the meaning and do that it should take no more than five minutes. But of course, I would stretch it out with jokes and humor in my normal style to make it How long do you want at least a half an hour show.

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First, I just like to make some

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Two points, with our innovations are pretty much the anti thesis or the opposite of divine guidance. And we have divine guidance on one hand, and we have innovations on the other hand.

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And we should,

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we should realize that our innovations will come from the human intellect to the human mind. And there's some shortcomings with respect to the human mind. First of all, humans are not able to see the entire reality of something. And if they just see it from a certain angle, and they think and is this thing is good, or this thing is bad, but they don't have the ability to see everything there is

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about it.

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And even the leading libertarian such as Thomas Jefferson, and Locke, they say that the humans

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and either very humanistic, they don't believe in so much and divine guidance, they say that humans will be able to come to the correct conclusion, if they have all the information, one of the most undue humans ever have all the information

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is not possible.

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Secondly, also that humans are never free from from biases,

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or whims or selfish desires that may cloud their reasoning, and they have some preconceived notion. Last week, I gave a talk

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and builder and when brother, Bill corbon, asked me to give a talk, the first thing he said Is he wants to give, we want you to give a talk this Friday, we make sure it's not about heavy

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brother, and when he had when he called me he was kind enough not to

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make such a comment. But of course, I always will bring something in about it. And actually, this is indirectly related to heat. But in general, it's that deal. They say that we should not accept the ideas of the people of the day, if it supports them.

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And actually, this idea, which the stated long time ago has been supported, even by modern psychological clinical studies, which is they had a room full of

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we won't call them racist, but some biased white Americans. And they showed a film.

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And the film was a picture of a white man holding a knife, and a black man standing against each other.

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So they showed the film very quickly, and they turned it off. And after the film was over, they said who was holding the knife, the black men are the white men. So the Americans, most Americans, they think, marriage in these things must be the black men. So 80% of them, they said it was the black men who held the knife, while and in actual fact, was the white person. And so this just shows that the human mind, even when it sees something clear, sometimes even it can distinguish what's the truth and what isn't. And therefore, any we cannot rely on human intellect. In order to guide our lives, we must rely on divine revelation on what Allah subhana wa Taala revealed to his prophets,

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and revealed our senses prophets, with their teachings.

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Well, I mentioned that point as an introductory point is, as I said earlier, is that comes from the human mind, doesn't come from Allah subhanho data.

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Secondly, if we think about

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Allah subhana wa sallam guidance, we see this guidance is perfect and complete.

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As it says, In the end, one person does this they have perfected this for you, your religion, and chosen for you, and I've completed my blessings upon you and chosen for you. Islam as a religion, by the way, also, thanks to the dinner.

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I didn't have time to find the Arabic of these verses, and I will not try myself to give them for obvious reasons.

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And he just this verse says that the guidance is complete. There's no reason to delete anything from it. There's no reason to change in any way. There's no way no reason to add anything to it. The guidance is complete. And did our innovations are actually that taking something away from it or adding something or altering it to it. And in fact, this point has been made very clear in the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim.

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It says this, I have not left any action that takes you closer to closer to Allah, except that I have shown it to you or I've ordered us to do it.

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Any any action that takes us closer to Allah subhana wa Tada. The Prophet says in them has shown it and made it clear to us

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and he said, I have not left any action that takes you further away from Allah, except that I have prohibited for you. And so consequently the opposite also, any action that takes us farther away from Allah subhana wa tada Allah subhanho wa Taala also the prophets I send them made it clear. So again, there's no room for any innovations, everything that takes us closer to Allah subhana wa Tada. The Prophet has urges us to do anything that takes us away from Allah subhanho wa Taala. The policies hilum has prohibited for us.

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Mr. Malik also in one statement, and he can

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system with these points. He said that what was not part of the religion during the time of Mohammed in his Sahaba can never be part of the religion. And the religion was completed that time. No one can come later and say I need this is

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part of the religion. He also said amen medic said, if someone innovates something in the religion of Islam that he believes is good. And if we come up with some data, some action, and we believe that this action is good,

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then we're alleging that the problem homicides Dylan has been disloyal to his message. And he that there's something that brings us closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala, that the Prophet did not tell us. And so we're using the provinces in terms of not giving us the complete game.

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Finally, the last

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introductory points, last of the introductory points,

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is that the laws of Allah subhanaw taala, the Sharia

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is meant for our happiness, both in this life and the end in Europe.

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And the human, any The one who introduces the innovation, he cannot guarantee either happiness in this life or, and for sure he can guarantee it. And to hear out. And human beings, they try their best to make laws that they think will meet

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the goals of this life what they need in this life, but also any they fail miserably, such as in this society.

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They believe for example, that or they do not believe in capital punishment.

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As a whole, they have a dislike for capital punishment.

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And they think Danny, this making capital punishment illegal is better for the human being and more

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more justice cetera. But then if we see to what it needs, leads to what's even in fact, even the human mind considered incorrect. In the state of Oregon right now.

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There's so many people in their prisons, that they are no longer if you're arrested in Oregon, for anything other than murder, * or kidnapping, you'll be set free, they'll just give you a citation and let you go. And because they have no room for you. So of course, you know what's going on all the cooks and everything in the in the country, they've heard about this, and now moving to Oregon, because they know Annie, they can do whatever they want, and they're not going to be put in jail. And this is the this is the problem. One of the problems that religious men can get, as opposed to the games of Allah subhanho wa Taala we cannot get any guarantee our happiness or meet our goals in

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this life.

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So those are just some introductory points from a logical point of view. We haven't even really discussed with the Quran and with the heads of the Prophet says didn't say about innovation. And he This is just from a logical point of view, showing that in fact, innovations have no room, or there's no place for innovations in Islam whatsoever. But of course, if we get to the if we get to the Quran, Hadith, then there are also many clear

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and so on that demonstrates that any kind of innovation is forbidden and it's misguided.

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As the Prophet says, Dylan said,

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Whoever introduces anything into this affair of ours, it will be rejected. And the meaning of it will be rejected meaning Allah subhanho wa Taala will not give any reward for it.

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And the Prophet says send him whenever he would deliver a sermon at the ending of the opening, he would always say that the worst actions are the invented ones and every no innovation is misguided.

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And in some narrations he would also say that every misguidance is in the hellfire.

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And I'd like to just briefly discuss this point because

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any the Muslim means they don't take this hadith

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as important as the as they should take it or the statement of the promises.

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Because the law

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and the meaning of that and someone who was error string or gone astray or deviated from the right way

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or any someone who was missing the right way

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of self to be in his book, let me discuss the word Malala.

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And he discussed it with respect to the Quran Hadith.

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He said that the word

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loving, I really appreciate that. Although it will take me a few minutes before I can see again.

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He discussed this word vault.

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And he said for example, this Allah subhanaw taala only uses this in the Quran for those people who break into *. Those people who follow their own desires. And he said even the one who commits a sin and if someone sends intentionally he's not called. He's not the only they're not called calling those people who sin and he this word is much tougher than

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That's not just referring to a city, but it's referring to someone who has gotten completely away from the state that this is how Allah subhana wa tada uses the word thought and its derivatives in the Quran as a shell to be mentioned.

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Therefore, when we talk about innovations, we're not talking about normal sin. And it was much more than that. Now. inshallah Later I will talk about some of the differences between sins and innovations.

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And the prophets, I'll send them another head, he said that Allah puts a barrier in front of your friends for every innovator until he leaves his innovation

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accorded by Oberon.

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And he every innovator, Allah Subhana, WA tada puts a barrier between him and Toba.

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And also has to be he explained to me why this is the case. By the way, his book, The lead to Sam, for those who haven't read it is the best exposition for sure on Buddha was the meaning of Buddha and how it affects the Muslim mean.

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He said, and I won't have it written here, but don't quote it exactly.

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Basically, what he said is because the people who follow innovations,

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the people who say that they believe that what they're following is the truth.

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And they support it only by their own interpretations of the Quran, their own interpretations. And they will leave it under no circumstances, it's very hard to go to them and say, I need this is wrong because they believe or they claim and it's consistent Danny with what they want their desires like it, so they'll claim this is the truth.

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And therefore it's very hard for them to repent.

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And it's very hard for them to repent because they want to believe they want to believe that what they found was the truth. And therefore our lesson here with Allah puts a barrier between them and Toba until they leave their

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innovation, as the Prophet says in

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another Hadith, the Prophet says that I'm dead. Allah refuses to accept the deeds

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of the companion of innovations. And the Sahaba did that until he leaves innovation.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala refuses to accept the deeds

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of the person who is performing the data until he leaves the dead.

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And you can imagine if you're performing if you need some element, they don't take this headache that literally, but let's say for example, any that means literal meaning Imagine if you're practicing something that unintentionally for 20 years or so. And then all of your deeds during that time occurrences

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will not be accepted until you leave that

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the one who follows the gap,

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as I mentioned earlier, is the one who was not following the way.

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And one time and in America, he was asked about someone

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who put on the hammer the clothes for the hedge before the limits. And as we all know the hedge

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and entering the state of Iran, it has certain area that's when you reach that area, you should enter the state of the head on for the hedge. So he was asked about someone who puts it on before that.

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And this is the way many

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of the muslimeen they think today I need this again and what's wrong with that. putting it on before that. Nothing wrong at least when you're there you'll have so one person asked me my medic What if I put it on and before that, and he told them the promises in them did not use to do that.

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And if you do it, then I fear that you will get a fitna in this world or painful punishment in the hereafter. Because Allah subhana wa daluz did let those who conspired to evade the commands be worthless the trial a fitna or painful punishment. She'll before

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finally an end. Right now I'm just because they said going through some Quranic verses in Hadith that touch upon

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that we still haven't defined the data. We'll get to it. And

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finally, I just like to

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make two more.

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Two more statements, two more headed.

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The prophets I send them one time drew a line and it goes to the right and the left of the lines, many lines.

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And he said about the line that he drew, he said this is the straight path, so forward.

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And he said all of these other paths on top of them as a shift on calling to them, and the meaning the path to Allah subhanho wa Taala is one and all of the other paths are wrong.

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And that path as we know is just the one that's consistent with Quran Sunnah.

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doesn't contain any innovations from it.

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And the father says lm, not just the innovator. But he also said, Whoever supports

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an innovator will have the curse of Allah, His angels, and all of mankind upon me, not just the one who innovates. But if you know someone who is flowing without,

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and, and if people have made it clear to them, this is a bit on mission forward. And instead of me also giving him the signal, you defend him and you support him, and you say, and he is allowed to follow this, or whatever, or he's allowed to go this way, then the policy has been said, the curse of Allah has messenger, and Allah is angels and all mankind is upon.

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Finally, the person who performs a bid as he introduces it, or if he teaches it to others, he will bear the responsibility of that bid out for himself. And for everyone who follows it. As above it says in him said whoever calls to guidance will receive a reward for the one who follows him, with the record of either one being lessened. And whoever close to an act of misguidance will share part of the sin

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of everyone who follows him without the sin of either of them being less.

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So we just summarize

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these points quickly. And I want to summarize them just to not to repeat them to make the the talk longer and fulfill the request.

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But I want to just summarize them quickly. So we remember and we keep in mind how important this concept of data is, and how strong is the promises in them in the Quran warned against it, and how we should also be aware of it.

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The people who follow bit our fellow innovations,

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number one, are not following the guidance of Allah.

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Number two, they're following one of the paths of the same. Number three, their innovations are rejected by Allah. Number four, the actions are rejected until they give up their innovation. Number five, there is no repentance for them until they give up the innovations. them and whoever supports them. Or Chris, by Allah, the angels and all of mankind. What they're doing is a misguidance. And every misguidance is in the Hellfire, they'll be turned away from the system or the holder of the public system and the year after.

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They believe they're doing good deeds in the Hereafter, they will find that all the gifts are in vain. And they will bear some of the burden or some of the responsibility for everyone follows a bit after

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any if we if we keep these 10 points in mind, how the province says in the morning, and what you stated about the Buddha, then it should be very clear to every Muslim that in fact this concept is an important concept. And we should know what the Buddha says we should know that we should avoid it

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through any means or by any means.

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Before we get into the the meaning of the Dow we have another introductory

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topic that we should go through.

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And that is the different types of the Sunnah of the Prophet says

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this all shala has the system to Danny we're getting we're getting somewhere. So

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just be patient. Yeah, just be patient, don't worry, we'll, by the time we get to the meaning of that, have you left and the other half were still sleeping.

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So still be a mystery after after tonight.

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If we keep in, keep in mind, the different actions are different types of soon though the publicists and

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there are the statements of the prophets.

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The actions of the Prophet says in them the actions the team did not perform, and the tacit approval or across the process. And I'd like to discuss these also because also these are sometimes confusing for some screaming

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and sometimes they stress one too much.

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The statement of the prophets This is Danny, are the statements.

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How there's very little confusion concerning them. The Prophet says them ordered something it's obligatory if you didn't order something, but he prays this and it is considered and must have you allowed something, then it's considered a nice MOBA. If you just screw something it is considered an a macro or the skirts. And if he said something is forbidden, then it's Haram. There's not much problem with his statements. They are fairly clear. The bigger problem or the bigger confusion that comes to the Muslim is concerning his actions.

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The power system used to perform some deeds, and he used to do some things. Does that mean that that act was the

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used to do is obligatory for us? Is it recommended for us? Is it permissible for us anyhow? How should we approach his actions. And in this case, by the way, I'm not going to discuss those things which were peculiar for the profit center, for example, marrying more than four wives, and he did something purely for him. And no one can say, Well, he did it. So therefore it must be legit,

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or any must have or something that.

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So we have to devise, of course, his actions what he did in two different categories. There are some actions that he performed,

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simply due to the fact that he was a human being, and due to his natural disposition.

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And these things have nothing to do with worshiping Allah, and they have nothing to do with the Sharia. For example, he didn't like certain types of foods.

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And it listed what we call an English lizard.

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The world he didn't he didn't say caramba TNT Jani. This was just his own personal and he liked because he was human being

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something like this.

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An action like this, it's neither What do you want us to follow him in that nor that?

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Nor is it McCrone? Or is it haram to simply move. And if we don't like for example, certain type of food deposits, most of them also didn't like any that's up to us, to the Minister like to eat the shoulder.

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The shoulder that read, have any meat specialist here, the cold shoulder, the chunk, chunk used to like delete the chunk Danny, this is also part of his any personal disposition has nothing to do with the city. And he doesn't. It's not meant as a type of guidance for us. But the only important aspect is that no one may leave these things for religious really reasons or a claim any that there are religious reasons. For example,

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the father says seldom used to eat meat. So no one today no Muslim today can see and he says there's more religious not to eat meat and we shouldn't eat meat. We shouldn't kill animals or something like this is some of the groups here in America See, and this is a bidet, because it says in the meeting, it shows that it is something move up. And even in the case of meat, you can even say that it might be nice to have, because in some heads up and he he prayed.

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so that's the first group of actions that he has to perform simply due to his natural disposition as as a human being, and we're not obligated to follow him in those things.

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Secondly, there are some customary actions that he used to perform, because he lived amongst the certain people.

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And if for example, he has to wear a certain type of dress, certain type of headdress, he has to ride a camel, these sort of things. Also, these things are not related to the shittier. They just show that they are any MOBA, you may wear a red or a Yemeni mental, and he has the process in the morning. Yeah, he just shows that it's MOBA. But it's not Danny was you for us, or

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then there's some actions that you consider them customary. But the father says enemies always perform them.

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Like Danny some things about how we used to drink or how we used to eat or how used to sleep.

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And this category, there's some difference of opinion most many of the elements, these must have another, just say that these actions are mobile.

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And then there's those actions that the problem sets in and performed. And the purpose of performing them was to feel fulfilled part of the shittier. For example, He said that pray as you see me pray, or take the customs or the rites of Hajj from me. So therefore any when he said pray, as you see me pray means all of the actions of the salaat this used to do, almost to have for us, at least, if not watch some of them, of course, I was also with respect to the hedge. And so those actions refused to perform with a specific reason, as a form of bad they're getting closer to a lesson what data they are, at least must have, first of all,

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and the Sahaba Of course, they are the people who best understood this religion, and they any they used to distinguish between the different acts of the province. So for example, when the Prophet made his hedgerow from Mecca to Medina, he stopped in the cave for a certain period of time to avoid the coup for

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anybody, it doesn't mean any that we should all go to a cave for a certain period of time and stay there and pray and then come back. And none of the Sahaba used to do that. And it wasn't considered

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an Act to take them closer to a lesson habitat.

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That's part of the Libyan food.

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It was something I needed to use he did which was expedient

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at that time, or what Danny was was best for him to do with this and if

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Anybody claims now that we should go to a cave. Because when the Prophet says that it was with a book, I guess if you want to be specific, you should go with someone to a cave. And and stay there for a while and pray and come back and say this is this is ridiculous is not the purpose of, of that action of the purposes.

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What is the most, or what with respect to bid at which is one of the most important concepts is those actions that the Prophet said send them specifically did not perform.

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Any for example, there may have been some actions which there was

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a call to perform more need to perform what she did not exist in the performance. So, for example, before the last day, there's no plan, there's no outcome. The Prophet says lm could have easily performed them and someone could argue this, just like the regular salon, Danny, he should have, or he could have performance. These types of actions that the province has explicitly did not perform. If anybody does them, it says there's an innovation to do the province has done them and he did not perform them for reason.

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Some actions that he did not perform, due to some constraining reason. Any For example, He did not collect all of the Quran while he was alive, and put it together in the mosque. This was left for the Sahaba because during his time the Quran was still being revealed. And it wasn't possible for him to and he collected and put an

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Africa somewhere verses were being

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changed, new verses were being revealed. And also the performing of cutaway during Ramadan.

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And he also he stopped performing them for a certain reason he was afraid Yanni this, the people will take it as well.

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So during the time of honor, and he returns to reinstituted as soon now bring that over in Japan, because Amara Annie aamra cannot make something obligatory. So the constraining factor, and it was no longer there. So if there's something that the Prophet says that him did not do for a specific reason, and we do it after him, like collecting the Quran, or praying or when Juma is not a bit.

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And that's, that's enough.

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I guess that's, that's enough on that topic.

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The last thing that I mentioned was the test that approvals are across the province. So, if anything was done in front of the provinces in them, and that thing was haram or macro, it was obligatory for him to mention it, then he could not just sit and see it and not say anything. So therefore, anything that he approved of is considered at least MOBA at least permissible.

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Now, we get to the meaning of

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was my time finished.

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Now we get to the to the meaning of the data.

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And also,

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this also can add to some confusion, because different orlimar define it differently. And inshallah Today we will discuss three different definitions and see at the end, that they're all consistent.

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If everything goes goes correctly, by the way, this is an article from over here, but since I have no subscribers here tonight, I feel free to

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talk about. Some of them were here, there's only two and four phones, I was going to ask their permission, but since I'm not here, I don't have to. I don't have to bother.

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The meaning of the data and the Arabic language is an innovation and novelty anything originated invented or innovated anything made them produce cars to be or exist, they're brought into existence, namely for the first time, schedule their

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definitions, any

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good point, let me make a note of that.

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Economics. Yes, the next time I give this talk, I will I won't give you credit for that we'll use your usual anything that's done for the first time anything originated according to the Arabic language is badass. So this is this is one of the things that

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has led to some confusion. But sometimes the Sharia define something differently than how the Arabic language defines it. And therefore we have to follow the Arabic definition. I mean, the excuse me the Sharia definition and not the Arabic definition. For example, Salud.

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What's the meaning of the word Salah on site? Can you move the camera to everybody? That's why I haven't been involved with people because of this.

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The scammer the meaning of the lot means the same thing as Dre and then the Arabic language. But can you cannot say we had to let them jump off I stood in the dryer and then we all went home without the fact they had all the other daddy we have to go the shinier definition and not the lexical lexical

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lexical lexicon is not the dictionary definition of the word.

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So as I said, inshallah, we'll discuss three definitions of that. And then make some conclusions about them.

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The first group, they define that in a very wide sense, and they said it's anything that happened after the end of the process.

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Anything this is the definition given by a sharpie

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has been

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given to them and no way he knows the most of them are shepherds. They're following their, their email, and he they're following the dictionary definition of the Deaf. And they said anything that happened after the December promises, and

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therefore they divide within 255 categories.

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There's some good and this just makes as I said things more confusing. There's something I wish I read you something that was your must have some dinner with your back some without your macro and some bedarra.

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And he This is based on their definition. For example,

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learning the Arabic language

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recording headies make making together as a must have according to them, this these things are all better and they are wedges.

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Again, yeah, it is because of the definition. And as I will discuss later, I don't think any of it's

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very good

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literature, the second group,

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they agree with the hate deposit system where they tried to make the definition any agree that's every bit as bla bla bla, and it is no such thing as a beta which is legit, or the Dow which is most to have a MOBA all of them are.

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So therefore they define Buddha

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as anything that goes against the sooner as even Rajan said, he said, any act that has no source whatsoever in the shittier that points to it is an innovation.

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If something has some source in the city that points to it. It does not have according to the legal definition of the data. In other words, according to the shittier definition, although it is a bit out according to the dictionary definition. So they are trying to confine it a little bit more than any there's nothing. Everything that happened after the public system has been according to the Sharia. But Gianni just those things that do go against the sin of the puppets. So

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that's the second definition. The third definition, which I believe is perhaps the finest definition was the one expressed by a chef to be in Alaska salmon. He and

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Alyssa salmon is about 700 pages about bidet. So he has many posts on it for and unfortunately, we don't have time to go over everything that

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he said.

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He said that he did find this in two ways.

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He said that because any invented act or path that is made to resemble part of the shittier and it is called as an act of worship of Allah.

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Okay, anything that has been invented again, it's not from the province of Salem.

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This is made to resemble part of the Shinya yonny. In other words, it's supposedly parts of Abba duck, and it's supposed in the wager for Mr. hub.

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And it is false as an act of worship of Allah. In other words, if you do, an Afghan in the public system does do and you believe it is? Well you must have had and you believe it gets you closer to Allah subhana wa Tada. That's a bit that's

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okay. That clear that definition. It says this is the definition for those people who do not consider customary acts or either in the definition of the death. And some people say, if something is from others, this is not cannot be better. But he says there is definition.

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He goes on. He said, If we want to include these acts, then a Buddha has any invented after way in the religion that is made to resemble the Sharia. And it is for the for the same reason that this video is supposed to be fun. So what he's saying here, and this definition is not as concise as the other one.

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I said if there's any act that the province has in them did not perform.

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And if it is followed and it resembles the city, in other words, it's considered legible or must have or any of those two, and it's fallen for the same reasons that the city is both and what he means by this you have to go through another one of his books and look across to understand what he means by that image. If this act is being followed, because the person believes it will bring him the best of the hereafter and the dunya then this is bit out and if he claims if you follow this act, even if the customer act like

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Like what's good?

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Okay, for example, eating buffalo before giving a talk, for example, he claims Johnny that this act is good, and you will be rewarded for this in the hereafter. And this is not from evidence. And I can, and I'm witness that this is not the good.

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And if you claim, Danny, that this will give you a reward in the hereafter and whatnot, then this is Jani, which is this is this claim.

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So therefore, that's the third

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definition. And I think it's the best

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definition. And it's the definition that's the most consistent with

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the Hadith of the prophets of Salaam and what the Quran has to do.

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As I said earlier, the first definition of Buddha which says that anything that happened after the turn of the Prophet system, as I mentioned earlier, this is according to the dictionary definition, and it's not according to the shittier definition. So therefore, any This is the weakness in that definition. And in fact,

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if we think about this,

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we realize that this definition, as I said, has led to some confusion and some problems. Because of this definition. Some people consider

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bid are not that important. And you see here the disadvantage as a thing, well, maybe it's a good fit. Maybe it's wages, even maybe it's

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any monster hub, so it lowers the importance of bid on there and the realization, if they say that there's some good bid and some good

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bidder said Yanni, since the Shinya defines every bit as the inner definition of data, we should also include this fact, and not belittle or any belittle the importance of data by saying, and it is some good dynamism, but not all of them are,

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as the Quran, as the Prophet says, Adam said, so therefore, this first definition from Sharpie and from many of his followers, and he is not the best definition, although it's not inconsistent with the others because they also said that anything that goes against the Quran Sunnah is bad without anything consistent with Quran, Sunnah, is a good bidder. So there's no real contradiction. And except for the fact that the definition as I said, isn't

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very good.

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By the way, just as a side,

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those things that the shopping is for was called goods that are good innovations, the other allama would include it under

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muscle and muscle, our is the sun or something, that's why job leads to somebody else's word for a sudden that I and it is other categories.

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We're getting late.

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Definition simply says that anything against the sooner is better.

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And actually, it is my contention that they didn't mean that exactly. Because another another writings, a differentiate between something which is which goes against the center. And and it's very important that if we understand the difference between something which is a thin atom and something which is bigger, and I will just discuss, discuss those things quickly. And jello, and the

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fact that the question that came up last time I was here,

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suppose someone does not perform an act that is maybe obligatory or recommended.

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Nanny, if you don't do something which is recommended we get a bigger

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will depends on the situation.

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For example, if someone doesn't say because he's a

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man, it isn't considered,

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and he will be committing a sin, but it's not that

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he doesn't do something which is very good to have. And it has to have something which is read out of laziness. If

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it doesn't do something, which is nice to have out of laziness.

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unimpressed, he doesn't get the word, obviously.

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But if someone doesn't do it,

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for example, doesn't pay because he claims that the right way and you love to pray

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as some of the higher echelon Sufi philosophies for the common peoples, not for us. And if he claims and if it doesn't say for example, because he said, it's not worth to pray, because it is something which is worthy because he said it's not right to do it. Or it doesn't do something which is most hard because if the blastocyst is better, then this is

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the result.

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Between the

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training that is right, but is just not performing can it because if

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and when we can make some other any quick decisions between the two

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candidates to satisfy some desire, but at the same time, he's still hoping

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the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala. And he still feels the punishment of Allah subhanaw taala and fear of Allah and hope and I feel the main ingredients of Eman.

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But the one who deserves an innovation, he claims that this is the correct way. And this is a way for lots of data.

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Therefore, honey, he has no fear about what he did. He has no hope and Allah, Allah to forgive him for what he did. And in fact, he becomes obstinate, this is the way he doesn't tell us what to do. And that's the big difference between the level commit system and the innovative

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also anyway, so this is the sinner is not creating any conflict is doing is right. Now the innovator does, therefore the innovator is really challenging the city are you seeing any difference in this journey, because this was my shifter this was this wherever I indicated, this is the correct way.

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And finally, the person who committed the sin,

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he is a believer, he still loves data. And he still loves messenger.

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Buddha is hated by Allah subhanaw taala down and hated by.

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And this has given him the headache of performances in them, in which there was someone who drank alcohol a number of occasions, and the both of them had him

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or the head in flow

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in from one of the Sahara accosted men, and he was drinking, and the pilot did not curse him, because he loves the law, he loves

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it, he is he still hasn't earned it.

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But if we take the opposite example, of the orange Ridge, where people have

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described them,

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and he said that you you will be able to prepare yourself for this lesson when you're fasting or fasting or you even put on a run. But he said this.

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And if I were alive at this time, I would kill them. And he said the people or the group will kill them, or the one who's closest to the truth.

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People a better

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So that's one of the differences between

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innovation and the one who commits the sin. The widow commits, the sin is only still a believer is still in the love and the grace of Allah subhanaw taala while the one who fails innovation is not

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in fact, there's many statements from

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showing the committee

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encouraging the committee of

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getting much better than failing innovation.

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The evildoers are the first

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amongst the patients that allow

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people to live without people

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among the enemies of Allah

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and even

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he said that innovations are more evil than

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a belief system in drinking alcohol.

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I think inshallah, I hope inshallah I made

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my points clear,

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as I said, you have a different definition from dogma and this can be confusing, but in fact, can you all

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agree that there are some details which are forbidden. And as I said, we stick to the edits of the plan. And we define it according to these constraints. We see that the best definition and the clearest is what I said to be said, this is any action that has been invented. And it resembles the Sharia, without

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any action which is an invented artifact that has been made to resemble

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and is exposed as an act of worship of Allah. So in other words, any act that we play in any part of the city, it should be fair, it did not come from the public and does not come from run then that is

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the end of

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We have the mother I stopped drinking tea until

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two hours ago.

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Good morning is the last time any living room dining performs

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against or against

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sample questions, if you have any, if you have any questions

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otherwise we'll just start from an angle.

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Well, let me just say they have written questions with both males and females or how are they supposed to get to us?

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Well, let me begin to

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say something but the English translation are correct.

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Hello CFE.

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to like it

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I don't see anyone jumping through right?

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Okay, let me just say this in terms of English excuse me, this heresy is sometimes used rather than innovation.

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Innovation usually

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cut off something else other than some something material rather than something even less

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intellectual something mentioned, what would you say about the collector station to be more comfortable with any heresy if if you define vidin Arabic as a sharply defined, heresy is a good translation. If you define that, as serving a survey, this defines it is not

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the best across Asia, of course, I felt the way we set the

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wall, okay.

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Okay, even though my mother was happy I switch to

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my dress is nothing, I'm just thinking, I was able to be someone from North Africa.

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And I did. And it's the first time I think that I'm finished, by the way.

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I know that he says, in our country, we have, we have many

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senses, adding

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a position with respect to this to that.

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What we should do with respect to this,

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we need and he's shocked to say

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this yet

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you noticed this is the

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position with respect to them under the category on the

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left, and with respect to

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different levels.

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With respect to some people, you have the ability to change it with your hand. For example,

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if you have if you see your son performing a die, you have much more control over your son, usually than if you see someone in the street ganic performing

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the journey from those questions of Naropa and mocha, and your relationship to

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the society is your physician who you have control over who don't have control. But surely it does lead you to work against anybody.

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A man

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as an as a bully, and he showed how evil

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and it's our duty as nipsey hussle. Our Muslim Johnny

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was even told me that we should come to them and tell them all the points and even look if you thought that this was the case, and therefore you should leave. So it's a matter of getting in the car and making a lot of money. And of course that depends on your situation, your power if you're off your island or if you're a teacher or whatever, you have different rules.

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Questions, okay.

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Now the question in French

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International night.

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For example, as I said,

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Okay, Yanni.

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As I as I mentioned, first of all, they have their definition because they take the dictionary meaning of data.

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And there are some things which the President didn't do. So for example, collecting the Quran

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studying the Arabic language, anything and even has a source in the city

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which is from the ruler of the city becomes good. So for example, Danny studying the Quran

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and understanding the Quran is when you can only understand the Quran if you understand Arabic language can only understand Arabic language if you write the laws of the Arabic language. Therefore writing the laws of Arabic language is a bit algorithms changing process, but it is working

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towards the type of thing that falls under the Sharia, but wasn't explicitly done by the processes

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this story isn't true, by the way.

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And we'll get that out of the way now.

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Yeah, I tried to make it clear and he was the politician and did some things and it because that was the circumstances for example wasn't common for his people to sleep in bed.

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And he slept in the floor just like anybody else but he never made any statements about sleeping on the floor. He never said this is like if you never set it business to have even

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those actions that I described to you that he did because he lived a different time. Therefore no one can come later and faces what I did or even how they didn't know before they must have

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a business to have if you do it as you said for the levels of publicity you love the prophecy itself is way but actually it's one of those actions only that are not related to the shittier

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that what you said it's quick and it's a badass and it is a bit out of the mix one CAT

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scan is something very wrong something actually it's a book that I'm working on.

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Something I was considering

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any let us say any systems that are which are around the neck, the person

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and there are a bit out which are the next the person gets

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less the point Can you hear me

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and you can also make the point that the one who doesn't play even if it's out of laziness, discuss as many

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Authentic Edie is the buzzword.

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And he has another point about that we have to distinguish between one of the reasons for many, we don't distinguish between the ideas and authentic.

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There are some hairy piano, which some consider has been about wearing white clothes if you miss a white guy and must have an editor not enough to say it this way.

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But there's no example about wearing wearing black mama or trying 1000 times or whatever, and it was many.

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It No, this head is the key word.

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There's a big difference between saying there's a head end that you weren't

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nuts and bolts said you should learn them. But that he wasn't Yes.

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Yeah, yeah, he was talking about

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this particular Harris was talking about livina when some people didn't have enough clothes to cover themselves. So he's telling them what to wear. And that doesn't mean the only the best style exactly is with with dementia is as universal. But there are some things at which you can save us

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some conditions and performance are laid down for example, the owner has to be covered.

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And therefore from that point, there are some conditions, therefore the clothes cannot be true. They cannot be the same as the skin underneath the deck. And that's the focus of the discussion describe the order because when you see any script that includes the enough just to be seen, but also description. So any these things are clear. But what about specific types of clothing? There's many heavies, it's a process where many different sets of clothing, but there's no headaches, specifically, any praising any specific type of clothing, any phrasing, saying it's breathing, meaning therefore there would be most happy

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with the human condition.

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This is an action of the process in

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which you perform because that was how the people just that time, you cannot claim any before and it's nice to have a legible, whatever. If you really want to give her something probably and he would, he would say

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moving in this direction.

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Actually, there's something in there. But then

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Aaron mentioned, Danny, I have the head of a talent doesn't hold this responsible for

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someone whose job even if he's performing an asset

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and in many times in facilities in India, he or she thought that many people needed this actress to put on this act. And he said yeah, and it has to be made clear to them that we're doing this

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before we can ask them to make their way and

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the same goes with symbols with any of

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that any

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the person doesn't know what's wrong and inshallah Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to come. But if it's made clear to me, this is the problem with the people who are bigger.

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And I can give you many examples. It was made clear to them that this thing is wrong. It's not from the time without assessing them it's not from

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me This is all my all the people in my country do this guy named the dean This is this this?

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Yeah, this is an important point

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Well, Danny, when you give him the advice, you should make it clear to him that he was mistaken. And he nothing wrong with that.

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And even the phone system, and some people missed

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a lot, even in certain circumstances, they didn't pray at all.

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And if, for example, one person didn't find what he didn't know about the payment, they didn't say it all the time, when he found out about it, he didn't even ask him to make

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any This was his mistake. He didn't know what

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to give.

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We have to be approved by the first question first, and then we take the second round.

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Thank you.

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Yes, yes.

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I didn't say any of this was instituted.

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Even if

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it's something which is not related, and

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it has to be honest.

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regardless of whether

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to not have to record all the ideas and put them into books, and arrange them according to

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their needs, meaning any This is

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going to be this is

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just to give another example, just because I gave those two examples. And you could argue that they are as many other examples, and it could be

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any so I think the point is to about some things

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did not do at this time for some

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concerns me

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is that

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what was the

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he talked about?

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And the argument,

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happens very often, by the way,

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because what you're doing,

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and there will be another interpretation.

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Don't die of

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somebody else.

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With what you do with

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community, there are these differences.

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Not on

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people who make it happen, they come to different conclusions. There's nothing wrong with that. What's the biggest news before the one that seems to some

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nothing wrong with

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biggest problem of drivers

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and they feel they know everything about the company.

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And they've not heard about it. So their first reaction is

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to be able to

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there is no reason to be

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He doesn't know if there's any basis for you and someone else. And someone else getting digs in some group, the opposite is correct. There's no basis for what you're doing, what should you do?

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And he should follow up with in the future, he finds out that originally he was universe.

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But he cannot say, well, there's no basis for it.

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And you bring this up is fine. But I'm going to stick to what I'm doing. Now he can, cannot really relate to

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that, there's two of them.

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Example drives the car, and he does not clean any the driving car is part of the shittier.

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And he sees this

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camera and this was one of those students that that was the way of the people who get them doesn't mean to dissuade you from the normal.

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And he drives the car because he sees it. He doesn't say, this is part of the shittier and you have to do it, then the annual concern is

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if someone eats

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in his right hand, eating with your hands, and eating with your right hand, they're two very different things because the federal system earlier this week was our right hand. But he never ordered the handgun necessarily has to be and could be for the school and someone does that

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thing that that was from those actions that the system ended because that was the customer this time. And I'm doing this because

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I consider it something that isn't as good. But it feels like one person I heard that eating the fork is far superior to eating with your hands. And he went on the wrong thing. And it's me and I'm having second just to see what seemed like them together because he didn't have to do this.

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Sometimes anyone's hands he has to stick to

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the fork is really could have been that.

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we're making the

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ever as I said in the talk, and he was one at least as far as I know this one of those deposits hasn't ended because that was the customer the time there is no and he should be a very honest whether anything to add to that. I mean, why would

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you want to do as you can. If you don't want to do it, you can either

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find out ask them.

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If you get out of love for the process. I used to do many things on the

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phone with him exactly.

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The moment he will get a report and ultimately know what to do something

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for me

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the world

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In this particular x

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innovation is the exact lexical definitions or take any Arabic English dictionary lexicon, like the one you have in the library means that I got that definition. And I thought is that

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the exact lexical definition of data, and it is consistent with how any membership is defined. And I went on to say that this is not the basic definition.

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About your first question, I cannot say anything anybody has done figuring out exactly how you stated

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this some

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way that I can have my bibliography

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within less than two

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minutes too much in the way and it's looking good. There's one by I can never remember his name from as many books and

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nationality. He has many any one book about today, mostly just a listing of different types of data.

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But there's not really any know exactly what you

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did with

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If you go through this, I have about six books listed here. You go through each one of these books, and you go through through that book

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pretty much

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the same day. Sometimes they might add a new one because then that sentence was

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pretty much the same thing. So you could see from that to deal with some sort of

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agreement getting between

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brother we have

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anything I need. This is not from

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any inventive Afghanis, it resembles part of the city, about making any anything with data.

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I need the best means for making data. So this thing was brought on to that verse.

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Part of the shittier business part.

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Continue that now.

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10 questions, okay.

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I must have this in my

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The man who was

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01:20:24 --> 01:20:26

me I was

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just kind of doing golf

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for any action to be accepted by us to condition me, I must be correct. And he must be just for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. And that action must be consistent with the video.

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So if someone takes an action, I mean, it has nothing to do with me.

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For example, it has nothing to do with me.

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And by his he says, Danny I'm doing this has

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to do searching for the level of services in any

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one person any goods or services in a sweat alone. So he went out of his way.

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Many of the elements actually there's no

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basis for this industry. But we have a group and we hope that he will get the rewards

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because there's no basis for that

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began at

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one of the things that he did

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he would go

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off on the geography of Medina

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to have so much because actually it was only

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known to be somewhat extreme about them through progressive fear because this is what the President did this or that he removed from the revenue. Danny already made me sick we have to stick to this and

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again, we're putting

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them down and going

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down to stop that reality with

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my finances.

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And everything else owner showed the correct recipe

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And many wasn't the fastest way to do that.

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You might find one or two

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as you see any forever.

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Listen to them. Discover behaviors.

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That that's

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one of the

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some of the elements if you do for the level of the piracetam

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more fundamental, there's no basis for that type of action with reverse. Black professionals this reward for

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remedial action has to be fixed. It's actually has no thoroughfares, accidents.

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I said now

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I hope

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We have to move on

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