Jamal Zarabozo – Importance Of Aqeedah What Is Kufr Part 1

Jamal Zarabozo
AI: Summary © The importance of understanding rules and staying within Islam is emphasized, as it can lead to negative emotions and harm. The speakers emphasize the need for caution and caution when making jokes about men, as it can lead to negative feelings. The importance of belief in data and sharing it online for better understanding of one's actions is also emphasized, along with the need for believers to hold onto their desire to believe in their own success and avoid violence. The segment also touches on the concept of the culture of love and how it can be used to avoid violence.
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Last lecture

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to discuss some aspects related to

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than wait for the system, this is some of the things that we live on the area that you didn't get to see now you get to see them.

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And the importance of avakian within Islam.

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It's important to be recognized.

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Because the first, and the foremost thing that

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Islam, in fact is all about is

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what we believe in Islam.

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If you go to the salon, you know, the expression of

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an expression.

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And they're using it for something that is

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the term in the product, something else

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uses for this topic about data and what we should live in. So does Amen.

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So we talked about the importance of

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data and having the right data and understanding what we're actually talking about even having the right schema and the right state means to be a believer, know what to believe in silver.

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Among the important aspects

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that we need,

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one of these important aspects

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is to know when we remain a Muslim, and when in fact, we leave the realm of the stem and into into the realm of

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Allah subhana wa, tada

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the scribes or the Jews in the plot and the behavior

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at the end of

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the day,

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they, they believed

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that the Hellfire would only touch them for a few days.

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And this is something that they they made up their religion, and they were, they were deceived by the words, they begin to believe it's not correctly, but according to their own liberal religion.

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And they begin to believe in it and they were deceived, because of their because of their incorrectly thinking that because there are Jews, nothing will happen to them. And if anything happens to them, then in fact, even if they are

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going to be punished for a few days.

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And of course, Christians have

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become Christian, that that's it, you're then going to be saved.

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In this kind of concept, this kind of belief has spread among many Muslims, the idea that simply by making the Shahada, you become Muslim.

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And then once you're

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out there, you will be injured again.

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First of all, of course, there are some conditions for the Shahada to be acceptable to us, and

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those are the seven or eight well known conditions, because because of the time limitations that we have,

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to them,

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but the important thing is that even if

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this is true,

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that if anyone dies as a Muslim,

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then sooner or later, if anyone then the Muslim with the correct belief is a believer, then sooner or later your lecture agenda.

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Anyone who does not so he does

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in his in his message correctly, then sooner or later he will enter

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our data will never allow any believer to be punished and

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replaced for a specific amount of time depending on their deeds and so on.

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But what this means is that as long as we stay within the realms of Islam,

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we don't leave Islam and intend to cover inshallah, but

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someday, we will enter gym.

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But before that, we have to realize that what are the limits of Islam? How do we make sure

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how do we make sure that we are within those limits of Islam.

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And one way that we make sure that we're in those nurseries then is to understand those actions,

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beliefs and behaviors that take

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Get outside of the realm of his death.

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Because when we do these things,

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when we do these actions,

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when we do these acts of God, they take us outside of the realm of is them. So, even if we do them in ignorance,

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so that even if we do them in ignorance, they take us outside of the realm of them. And if we should die in that state, we'll affect that the capital

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will be left in the Hereafter, and they'll fire now

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is essential for us to understand that even even if we make the *, even if we pray five times a day, in fact, the month of Ramadan, and so on, and so forth, even if we do all these things, but we have something in our lives, that is negating all of them.

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Even if we do all these things,

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we have to be careful that we have nothing in our life, either action or belief

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that takes us outside of the realm of Islam.

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Now, it couldn't be the case, it could be the case that we are doing something that is wrong, that is cool.

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That Allah Subhana, Allah will forgive us, because of our ignorance.

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This could be the case

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where this is clear, and many hundreds of the protocol says that it is possible for someone to make progress,

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but not be outside of the realm of Islam.

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One example of that is that he proposed a system in which a man had committed lots of sins during his lifetime. So he was afraid of the punishment and were less power data.

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He was afraid of the punishment of our dad, before he died when he was about to die. He asked his children that what do you guys do to take his body and through a big dog is known as cremation, to burn his body, and to throw the ashes into the ocean.

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Lesson how to with data, we created the man after his death, and said, Why did you ask your children to do that? And he said, Oh, you

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must have heard that up again.

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This belief that he had,

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he believed that his children brought them alive and threatened to throw adages into the sea. He believed that Allah subhanaw taala would not be able to recreate them and punish a person.

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Cobra, if you believe there are lots of handlers that doesn't have the power, for example, to recreate you, no matter how you die.

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So he had a belief, which is

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that we know how to receive the disco was out of ignorance. And he had the feeling

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that it was he believed in all this without any of the data. And so there was no without it forgive this ignorance. And because of this rule, this paradigm paradigm I forgive this sense,

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doing some of these actions that are going to dispatch a level of ignorance, and a loss of headwork data may forgive that ignorance, middle road, that ignorance, but

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we don't know.

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Because some of these things are things which are essential to a man that we should not display

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the past, we have the ability to learn it. But we just didn't take the time, or take the chance to learn that we didn't consider that one. And also have the data and

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not only the data required to learn these things,

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holds us responsible for information that we have to get data we had the chance to

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but we didn't get

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we didn't get to do that we did an action which is

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our data was still old. This was probably when we did an action out of ignorance.

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Forgiveness, but if we do some of these actions that you will forgive us.

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Instead, it's better for us to know what are some of these actions that take us from the realm of this is to

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understand that properly and better. We can do our best to work

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the stores they have

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discussed actually many, many actions that can take you from the realm of this bad in

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the last three sections basically are

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in essence they are kind of finer, finer discussion.

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About the basic point and we can, we can take those actions and we can break them down into

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10, or 11, or 12, basic categories.

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These are some of the ones that I hope to

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discuss today.

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And I will start, not necessarily with the most famous or the most important of them, but I have discussed them

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with respect to what are some of the more important ones that we see, we see this phenomenon,

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even among the Muslims in the United States, where the Muslims throughout the world

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well, these ways

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of taking your phone

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is by making fun of any aspects of the

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product, any aspect of the game.

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This happened during the time of the boathouse. So,

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among the people on the data, those who claim to

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have difficulties.

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And what that's about something happened. And they made

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the messenger robust until it died. And something went into the deep

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end when this was brought to the attention of the listener.

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He asked them about it, and they said, Oh, we were just joking. We're just making fun

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of us and then revealing the person.

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Would that be letting? Well, I guess he was assuming

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the own lead.

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Unless you have a data

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set, is it filling the processing address? Is it

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or is sighs are admitted to the tool making file?

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Do not make any excuse me, you have made

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after you've already met.

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And this is a situation that you can that you can claim that they were ignorant.

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They did not know that making fun of Islam. But the fact

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that Allison handled that it did make no excuses for yourself.

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Without as clearly describing that this action is an action.

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And if we think about it,

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and we try to understand what is a man really.

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And what this kind of action is and how that action is clearly against.

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What could possibly come from anyone who really has a man in his heart,

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we'll see. Understand that everything is well. Everything doesn't matter without as commanded us to believe it or to do.

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All of it comes from all of us. And without all of it this hope that all is being handled, gotta love. And the thing that all of us want our data wants us

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to perform.

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Well, when we make fun of any of these aspects, we are not just making fun of the person who's doing it. But we are making fun and ridicule if something that is below the fold, that

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were ridiculing something that is beloved by this paradigm. And unfortunately, many Muslims make this kind of,

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especially throughout the Muslim world, not so much among the American Congress. But throughout the Muslim world, many, many Muslims make this kind of where they have to be very careful about it. And that's the lesson forgive them and to make Toba as soon as they can.

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If they see in some countries, if they see a Muslim

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man was

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sticking through the sooner in the growing up uniforms, athletes go up to the last he dressed according to the sooner

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then they will make fun of them.

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Especially men of brothers,

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such as myself, when they grow a beard, the beard doesn't look as nice as other people want longer. So they make fun of the beards that these that the brothers have. While there are

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because the beard is part of the of the problem. And there's no obligation is them and that's why they go on to do and if people make fun of their beards, and make fun of their parents and beards. In fact, they are making fun of the denormalized data and does in fact

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So it's not a minor issue, not something even to joke about, there's nothing in the deed of or less of our data to make a point out to just about or to ridicule. And if anyone does it even, even jokingly,

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obviously, they need to be joking, he is actually an act of God.

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They also

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cover their bases, they are ridiculed by the women over there.

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Heard a speech

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by one brother who was very well known.

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And his speech was videotaped, and it was part of the class and he was given.

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And then the topic, the series of lectures is about data. The whole series of lessons was about our data. And one of the lectures, it was making fun of women who cover their bases and out afterward, when they go there is

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a series of lectures about it, that the person actually did something

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which most likely is gone.

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It could be an action that is approved by the city or demanded by the city.

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And guess

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what this means that we have to be very careful about us, especially

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Americans, at least,

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don't find so much whenever they need

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your attention, the people,

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lots of

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lots of American, American Muslim, they're like make jokes.

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And they have to realize that there's a limit to what they can make jokes about and what they can.

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But beyond making jokes, this in the sacred of humor, but also ridiculous, when you're making ridiculous,

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ridiculous some aspect of

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this is

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an action that takes us from the realm of Islam into the realm of

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Also, unfortunately, something that this is about in the last 100 years of service, we also see among the Muslim

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in this country in the Muslim world.

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This is the actual disliking of something in this area.

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This right read something that are less apparent data review.

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And so all of the deeds

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or the deeds, then we're being

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that if someone is the Muslim,

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but then he just liked something that also held that as revealed

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there, all of his good deeds will be unlocked, because he has made a D is performed the D that takes him from this now.

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And again,

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if you understand what a man is all about,

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if you understand what it means to be a true Muslim,

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understand why this act is an act of hope.

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Because one of the aspects of event, the true believer

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has the complete belief but even actually, it is an essential aspect of event. There's no question that it is an essential aspect of event to love what a lesson helicopter loves

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and to hate what are some health data AIDS.

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This is an essential aspect and a central characteristic of a believer

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that he must love one of us.

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And he hates our database.

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Being a believer in all of our data and living data for the

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person, for example,

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a man loves his wife,

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and he knows that his wife loves to see certain things around her and she likes to do certain things. When if he has a strong love for her

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then he will do the best to make sure that those

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That's his wife laughs you're available to her all the

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things that she dislikes, he will do his best.

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To make sure that she doesn't have to go above and

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beyond the rules don't work for his wife.

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The force that the believer should have for the loss of health data should be greater than any kind of this level, if we seem to do, we should know

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that our fathers our brothers, are wise to kill them. So with this data

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sort of, in in

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input was included.

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With the general production of

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disobedience, those who have to get the

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most men without I mentioned, many categories. And this Bruce, saying that if your fathers or your children, or your drive, or your wives, and so on, and the wealth that you add, and so on, if any of these

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few that online messenger and scribing, in this way, not only to love, but also to learn and messenger and get in the way of all this data, if any of these are more relevant to you then

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and data and the messenger and scouting the web for our data in a way where the commands are less dumb, and the thought of expression wait for the command. That means

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when you read an expression, Americans should be familiar with what it means

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to wait for the commander of

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the gun. What does he mean?

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It means explicitly, and this phrase and these phrases means wait for the punishments are less than what it was, if any of these things are more delivered to that messenger and he had his way than wait for the punishment.

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To go to

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the believer should love us for our data, more than anything else. And that also means that he loves for the sake of

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our data declared that he loves something.

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And whenever God commands us to do anything, this means you've got nothing.

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And whenever I was man without prohibits anything wrong, this means

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he was like that.

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So whenever God commands us to do something, or have something to show you, this means that he loves me.

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And so therefore, we all should love that thing out of our little

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man without it should be that we don't really know.

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But based on their level of data, we love everything about it.

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This is why the believer For example, one of the things that I love the most is

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believe faith, and the believers. So

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the love the belief.

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And one of the things that I hate the most is and disbelief insurance, and the people have bought the news. So therefore the believer should hate to this news. All of that is for the sake of that.

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And so even even if you wanted to take this one

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step further,

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we have to realize as all of us who have

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been there all of the sharing and everything that God has commanded us to do.

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All of it is a mercy to us. And actually it's even in our own benefit. Both of us live near Africa go

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never wanted us to do anything, just do.

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Nothing was meant to say but I mean

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to do anything.

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Now you just

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do something for the sake of data, everything almost the metadata or has to do with this world benefit more than this. Dive in the

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To be a believer, someone who claims to be believer, someone who claims that in a

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manner without issue, command him or her to do something, and he will dislike that

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something and he should like the thing that almost

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this goes against the essence

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of faith, of belief in Islam.

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many examples, unfortunately, this phenomena of people not liking certain things.

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The sisters who are or attending here, are wearing a job if you can, if you go to some community,

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you can find sisters who

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openly say that they don't like that.

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They're openly saying that they do not like is

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that they usually refuse to refuse to work.

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Just claiming to be oblivious.

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claim some of you say people say that they claim to be the best Muslims, they would have happened, what that meant is a good

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one, as a man or woman want to take this case of

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the believer should look at the command of our data and not look at it. This is something that has commanded us to do and we have to do it and so forth.

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And if there's hardship, and it's tough, and I don't want to do it,

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this is this is not how we should look through the command.

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Regardless of what command we're talking about the state we should look to the command that will look at that and say, This is what our data has asked us to do. This is something that I look for, and what that does for me, and so therefore, I want to do it.

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The second thing is this man loves his wife very much in his wife, what wants her wants her husband, for example, to wear his hair a certain way or to do something that she likes very much, if you really love to hear her, out to work with her. So in any command that comes from a lesson,

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we should realize that this is something that allows

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to do and therefore in return out of our data, we should submit to completion happening,

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not just

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not just be unhappy about it, because that's against your, the southern home and argument.

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But instead, we must live happily, knowing that this is the de that I was pleased with. This is what I want me to do. And when I do it is big.

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When we think about that, and we understand that concept, that every action that we do, even if it's dead and sacrificing our life for the sake of us metadata, it will be very easy for us to do.

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When demand is real,

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that anything less than what God wants us to do, no matter how difficult that may look like from a worldly point of view, we'll do it happily willingly. Because we know that this is going to be the thing that means that and this is the kind of demand that the Muslim is supposed to have. This is the real event. And if we haven't reached that level, yet, we should look at ourselves and ask us why we haven't reached that level. And as I talked about on Friday night,

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I'm sure that the reason that we haven't reached that level is because of a lack of understanding or because of Shiva has

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talked about us right and it can be revealed by

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another aspect to another app that can take us from the realm of is them into the realm

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and when they do it when they do it unknowingly.

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And this is the time

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for us to think about these things and take these things seriously.

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time comes when it is too late.

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An action that can take you from Islam and to go

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any way

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that somehow this some guidance or some way of life or some teachings or some practice

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is better or superior to what the problem is.

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And again, if we understand what a man is all about, we understand what the shadow will go

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along with.

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The second part of that shadow, which is the necessity,

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has some implications.

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One implication is that we believe that the problem of asceticism,

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and thought what was revealed to him by our data,

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the visa has been perfected, and he is pleased with this deal.

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And if he will not accept any other way of life or any other deal other than what the purpose of

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the and the teachings of Islam have been given to us, to lead our lives in

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a way that is best for us, again, I mentioned the rest of

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the book.

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this kind of this act of it is,

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it is apparent in different ways.

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While many different groups, many different sectors of society,

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and you may get

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when the person starts believing this, yes, this is what the Sharia says.

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But maybe that's no longer possible today. Or maybe if we do this thing, which is against the Sharia might be better for us. Or maybe given the economic system today, there's some kind of life which is better for us.

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To survive, it will be easier and better for them to go this way, like

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you saw throughout the rest

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of the time of the favor of money.

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You found this kind of booklet, throughout the Muslim world, where we're consciously and by choice, choosing a law,

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whether it be the Swiss law, the French law, whatever it was choosing the law, claiming that it's better for us to follow this law than it is.

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And this is

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there's no excuse that can be made to somehow bring this kind of action into Islam and say, and say

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socialism, and they said that socialism is meant to be

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socialism is better nowadays, and it's going to solve our economic problems, and so on, so forth. Even if they

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are the religious matters, and all people can still pray and so forth with the law will not be required to establish

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what is known as secularism.

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Even though it will still bring it back.

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This is still

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this is the

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law encompasses all aspects of our life. And if we try to take any aspect away from from Islam and see what's going on in Islam, except for this aspect of

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this is

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that this thing would be good. And he said, the first thing that will be removed from this, there will be the offer for the room.

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And the last thing will be saw. So the processor was clearly describing this phenomena that begin the middle of the century after the downfall of the Ottoman Empire, where people were taking the home or the rule out that

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they were leaving survived and also the rules observed in American Civil War. And then slowly but surely it started taking

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a lot away from Islam and replaced them with Western law. And then sooner or later had the promo session and said, You don't even try to remove

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somebody who knows

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what this guy does, by the way, this kind of

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we see,

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sometimes piecemeal.

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For example, a speaker might be talking about his mouth and he will never say for example, that

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We want to remove Islam and bringing something new.

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Anytime that you hear someone say that we have to modify them,

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we have to modify is that that by itself is

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whatever you say you're modifying Islam, that means you're going to bring the C 90%, Islam, another 10%, which is in Islam. And you're claiming now that this new thing is better than what Islam is

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claiming that this new thing that you're creating is better than what the problem is.

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And this is,

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especially in the United States, especially in the United States, there is a very large,

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very large movement to modifies the

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practice Recently, there was a

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about unfortunately,

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mostly because you cannot commit copper and have these other qualities at the same time. People are claiming to get the Muslim score and Demeter Muslims, they just opened a new center

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in Southern California,

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for the teaching of Islam and dialogue among Muslims and Christians. And the founder of that new center is the lizard is supposedly the Muslims.

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He said clearly, this is the center

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of Islam, we consider things like cutting the edge of the beaver killing the murder, and ethical.

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And he is saying that these things are not to be practiced, they're not the best way of life, we now know a way of life which is better than that, which doesn't include these things. Because we think no, we can see

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that these things aren't as

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Whenever you hear speakers, when you see people

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taking, taking walls from the cilia and trying to twist them and try to say, Well, this is no longer fashionable today, or this

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week, or whatever, this kind of thing.

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And you should be aware of the fact that this kind of thinking, can lead

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and take you out of the realm of even if your brain button.

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And you make the Shahada understand today, if you believe in this, and you and you act on this, we are committed and you are outside of the realm of Islam.

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What are the three of the ways

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that someone can make

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the world known.

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I'm not trying to discuss the

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discussing them in order of importance,

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in the sense that there's always the for example, committing shirt,

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shirt will be the first thing that comes to your mind as as an accident.

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But because of the limits, and I want to discuss some depressor not only discuss, and bras that some people don't realize that these actions actually can take the person

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action of these.

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And this one is fairly well known as the book.

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Basically a turning away from from

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learning the religion.

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Basically turning away from strategy to practice the religion and so forth.

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Have you moved

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to LA

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then the wind was reminded of the size of the commands of all this data and then throws away from it.

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very poorly, will there be a painful finish.

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This kind of code

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is the kind of poker where the person doesn't apply to them and doesn't learn about this guy and doesn't even care to apply and learn about this.

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We still think

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even if he called himself a Muslim, he's actually committing an act of God in

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this country, particularly

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the Muslim,

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Muslim, they're claiming to be Muslim. But when you tell them, for example, they don't break the fact that when you tell them this is what Allah says in the Quran, the geography that they just turned away, they don't even want to hear about

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claiming to be believers, and they don't want to hear what others are telling them.

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Again, all of these aspects of God that we keep in mind, what is that and what the event is all about? It is very clear why these actions are, why they are the antithesis or the opposite of what is love and imagines.

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claiming to be believer,

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claiming to

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believe in the problem

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isn't just by way of the tongue, when you claim that you have any man, you claim to do, that, you claim that you feel this,

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you claim that you have opened all this

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data, when someone comes to you and tell you that this is what what they're doing.

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And you don't even want to listen to

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the shows and in fact, you don't have any desire to win data. You don't have that love to do those things that doesn't have

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to do

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with data that you fear, when you don't debate him and so on.

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So, this is actually a sign that you are avoiding your work

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you actually have no event

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right by saying that, these are the people who

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are the most people

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out there in limited

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and they will face

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painful punishments in the

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way that people commit

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is by making

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and let me explain this

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in a little bit more detail.

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Let me distinguish between two concepts.

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Even some scholars fail to distinguish between

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what is the concept

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or support

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for certain people, for example, believers

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for the other believes we support that love for the believers on the basis of their events simply because they

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believe that we should support each other and we should help each other so

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this is what

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if you make if you have a kind of without

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this is one of the collider This is one of the greats since

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then if you make

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the same but the ruling is much different.

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Then he was one of the greats and one of the

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but making up for the football takes you completely out of Islam.

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Rather than talking about the Jews and the Christians

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that he is one of them

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is no longer a believer actually is one of the

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basically it's a matter of degree.

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Whether you love the Kabbalah

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more than you love the blues, and you support the support more than you support the blues and you might even support the football against the believers.

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In this case, the outcome is that

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then again, so amazing that all of these

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actions that take one from the realm of Islam to the realm of unfortunately we see, especially in this passage, especially since

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we see throughout the Muslim world,

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you'll see Muslim, Muslim governments supporting the war against their brothers.

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Not just giving them more respect and love them, they're deserving

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the, from the,

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from the grip since we're actually supporting them against the Muslim

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whether it is externally

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what are the Muslims with the fight against Muslim, all of this is the kind of

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visit that it takes the person out of the realm of Islam into the realm of

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itself as the great sin. Tennis is a very important topic.

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What's a good word to do?

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the word active,

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isn't that common in the United States, unfortunately, it seems to be spreading,

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And this is

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one level,

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one level and there are people who like gum at a specific level, where they no longer have to apply the idea

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that there is a specialty of

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deployments of animal data for example, that everything is set up for them

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whenever they want to do

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