Jamal Zarabozo – Muhammad Is The Messenger

Jamal Zarabozo
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of following laws and following the Sun carrier of the Prophet's teachings. They stress the need to protect the Prophet's teachings and honor his teachings. They emphasize the importance of following laws and avoiding false accusations, and emphasize the need to be active in making one's job and finding the right person to talk to about upcoming exams. They also stress the importance of following the natural rhythm of the culture and being patient in making one's job decisions.
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First, I'd like to begin

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with just a discussion of some of the rights that the public Thomas assylum has upon us.

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And I know that the chef mentioned some of them and inshallah

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he left me something he did not mention of the Mashallah

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one of these rights, and one of the most important rights that the province of seldom has upon us is this we have love for the province of Salem, and this girl is not.

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And from the Sharia point of view, from this point of view, it's not sufficient, just that we love.

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We have love for the pump.

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But we do not love him more than anything else. In this world, if we do not love him even more than our souls, then in fact, we do not have the proper love that is required by this man or this space that we claim to have. As Allah, Allah mentions in the verse about okuma,

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Allah Subhana, WA tada mentions, our fathers, our children's, our wives, our tribes, our wealth, that we have the housing that we live in all of these things.

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Allah subhana wa tada mentions that if any of these things are more beloved to us, than Allah and His Messenger, and striving in the way of Allah subhanho, wa Taala, then we should wait for the punishment that is to come

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and wait for the command literally says wait for the command of a listener data which means, as explained, wait for the punishment of a listener with data to come. And a note. In other words,

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our love for the public facility must be searched that is more beloved to anything in the world.

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And the process explained that also you mentioned that explicitly. In addition, we have to love it more than anything else in the world, including our parents, and so forth. And in fact, once I'm

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mentioned to the Father cylinders, I love him more than I love anyone else except my own soul. And the father says to them, told him that is not sufficient. And then finally, he said, then I love you more. Now I love you more even than I love my own soul on the father system. And so now you have the correct demand.

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So when we talk about this aspect of having love for the problem,

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we're not just saying that we are required to love

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and he This is not what it means to have the two images that have to face. But we are required to love the film more than anyone else and more than anything else in this dream.

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And of course, this love for the public system goes hand in hand with our love for Allah subhana wa Tada, we love republica cillum because Allah subhanho wa Taala asks us to love the public system. And I looked at how the data has asked us to love the public system more than anyone else in this world.

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Now, this is something that perhaps we do not find in ourselves right now.

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And it is possible that we could be lacking in this aspect of humans, especially perhaps if we are a new Muslim.

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And we do not know that much about the problem. We believe in

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Allah. But we might be lacking this aspect.

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Where if we if we realized that we were lacking this aspect, we should realize that this is a very important shortcoming, that if we want to have the correct and full and complete demand, we have to remove the shortcomings.

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And one of the ways of removing the shortcoming is by studying the life of the facility, and studying the sacrifices that he have made on behalf of conveying the message of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the striving that you've made and viticella or the trials that he has to go through in his life

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and in the process or send them was fulfilling all of those things on behalf for the sake of Allah subhana wa tada and we are the ones who benefit from all of that sacrifice, and all of that Jihad and all of that work that he did.

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And so therefore, when we follow the deen when we recognize the bounty and the blessing of having the amount of believing in Islam, we have to recognize that much.

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And who looked at it for the point of view of this world, much of the bounty, much of that bouncing nothing and handlers because or through the struggle and the conveying of the message that the promise of settlement.

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So we should go through the circle of life, study hasira and gain a deeper appreciation of the problem. And what is done on behalf of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we are benefiting from so much because we have now the advantage or the ability to get the system and to believe in Allah to believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala

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one shall increase argument. And of course, if we love the problem before about anyone else, more than anyone else that of course

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Some implications. And one of these implications I'll talk about as one of the last ones, or one of the rights of the former president upon.

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So we have to have love for the positive film which is beyond the love that we have for anyone else in this world. But secondly also we must accept the film as our example.

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Allah subhana wa tada says the content and the

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tile is telling us that we have in the problem.

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The best example a perfect example for us or for those people that is alone in our head and it also look towards Allah subhanho wa Taala and the last day and remember Allah often.

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So in this verse, and when we claim to be Muslim when we claim to have Eman and want to apply the law of Fenwick Island please Allah subhana wa tada Allah subhana wa tada is telling us in this verse, that the best example for us if he wants to know how to please Allah subhana wa tada who wants to know how to worship Allah subhana wa tada wants to know how we should behave. And we should look to the manners and the behavior and the Sunnah of the Prophet.

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If we are sincere in our level of anodyne and our sincere and our desire to please Allah subhanho wa Taala and worship Him and the way that he should be worshipped. And we should look to the Sunnah of the promises.

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And in fact this is similar to what we planned another version which Allah subhana wa tada says, hold in constant focus on Allah to the only gift is going to last.

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which Allah, Allah subhana wa tada says the problem is I sent him to kill the people say if you truly love Allah, then follow me.

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Because if you have to love of Allah subhanho wa Taala that means you want to follow the way of life that is pleasing to Allah.

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So Allah subhana wa tada thing if you truly love Allah subhanho wa Taala so the prophets I send him to tell us, if you truly love Allah subhana wa tada then follow me In other words, following me you will be following the way of life that is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala and therefore I'll listen to what Allah will love you in return.

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And of course, if we truly level the data, the most important thing that we could see is Allah subhanaw taala is love in return.

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So these two verses, when looked at together shows that what that means is we have to take the problem as our example.

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And anything comes up in our life, in any aspect of our life, whether it is related to our behavior, whether it is related to worship, whether it's related, even environment, we should look to the example of the former surgeon

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and handler one of the greatest blessings that Allah subhana wa tada has bestowed upon this old man, which I'm sure you're all familiar with. And we set this room apart from any other law is that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given us the donkey and the blessing, that the life of our messenger has been preserved and preserved in detail

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or less than handle with Allah, then that person has preserved that for us and that is a great blessing that Allah subhana wa tada bestowed upon us. However, like all other blessings, if we use it in the right ways, Allah will get a good and reward for doing that. But if we ignore it, and we don't accept, accept it in and take that MiniMo that blessing into and use it in the right way, then Allah subhanho wa Taala may hold us accountable for them.

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So let them handle without us deserve the life of the promises and them not as some

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historical records that historians may someday wants to look at. But Allah subhanho wa Taala has preserved the life in the seminal film and his hobbies in order for us to go to them and to look to that example and to take that from that

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body of literature to learn to live our life.

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We have that great blessing. And if we accept it and if we apply it properly, inshallah Allah subhanho wa Taala will reward us for that, however, if we refuse to accept it, or if we choose to ignore it, although listen what Allah has given us a great blessing that He has given no other oma, if we choose to ignore it, and I'll let the panelists out and they hold us responsible for our lack of willingness to take this lesson and use it in the proper way.

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So we must turn to the life of the foster system and his teachings and his example, if he wants to follow the way of life that is pleasing to Allah.

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Unfortunately, in the Muslim Ummah, perhaps, perhaps you find this more loyal among some of the

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Muslims who grew up in the Muslim world and perhaps even among some converts to Islam.

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But nowadays, it's it's not unusual to see Muslim taking people as examples, other than the problem.

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Especially, as I said in the Muslim world, what is

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Since the sign of

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defeatist attitude or

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any feeling that they are not as good as the rest of the world, or in fact as the Western world, and so they have a tendency to look to the west, and to take the leaders and to take example from the west. And they follow the pattern Nicolle the way of the West instead of following the example of the compass.

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And this is unfortunately one of the most

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disgraceful or tragic things that you can find among the Muslim Ummah today, because they have that great example that Allah subhana wa tada has preserved for them.

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The great example of the of the worship of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And yet instead, they choose to follow in their life. People who are comfortable have no understanding of God and no belief in almost no data, and no desire to please Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So in their customs and their way of dressed in their, in their,

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in their special event, before the way of the performance, like just the just yesterday or day before, perhaps in some sometimes get confused when I tell a few days ago,

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we received a fax from someone in the Muslim world,

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and from a particular country with a subdivision name, which provides the reputation of preserving this identity. And this woman has his American sister, but she's most of that country. And she has a daughter was maybe I think eight or nine now.

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So she's just received an invitation for her daughter to

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join or to attend the local cotillion.

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So no food. No, you don't have them back east, I'm sure you have that.

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Italians are special events for

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higher class, upper middle upper middle class, upper class,

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young ladies who come out and fashion gowns, you know, and like a big bowl where they're presented to everyone this is so and so. And it's a big event. And it's the coming off of this young lady and so forth.

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Anyways, there's something very particular to the west of the United States in particular, and it's a big event among victory among groups, although sometimes not openly, but it's something very common among masons and stuff like that. And this same thing, as I said, is now being practiced and now being spread among in the Muslim world. And he just kind of cuts in this kind of practice, whether it's related to dress, whether it's related to an incident or things that have really no meaning whatsoever. But because the people the West do and we do it.

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This is where they are taking as an example, or someone to go other than the problem.

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And this is something that we have to be aware of, because it is part of our Shahada, this part of our statement of the law says that it is his right upon us that we take him as our example. And we do our best to follow his example and his way of life.

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And whenever we refuse to do that, or whenever we're taking, especially, for example, other than the bottom half of the film, that means we're having some shortcoming in our Shahada. We're not following the way of the believers. But in fact, we're following

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the way of non believers.

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One of the one of the policy films right upon it is his right to have our obedience.

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Why believe the chef spoke about this in his lecture, he's not responding to

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Allah subhana wa tada says, in, in many, many places of Rania levina, for example, yeah, you're living in an hour

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or an

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hour or so. And in this kind of phrase, that Oh, you believe or believers obey Allah and obey the messenger. And you will find this in numerous places in the Quran.

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And this means that if there's any command that has come from the public

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and not, doesn't have to come as an example, one famous verse that mentions of your lower

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income, it says, obey Allah and obey the messenger and those in authority and most of you have the the verb to obey is put explicitly in front of Allah and in front of the messenger, and not in front of those in authority among you, because they're obedient to those in authority among you is restricted to those areas only in which they are obeying a line as much as they already used to do something that goes against the obedience of Allah to Allah, Allah and His messenger. And then of course you don't obey them. So the obedience to the promises is sort of speech absolute and we do not have to find any evidence or anything.

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support, necessarily for what the public has told us in the forum. And if the other person is ordered to do something, it is similar, or should have the same effect as Allah subhanho wa Taala. Or they do something

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unless the hand with Allah says, nice woman you

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obey, obey the messenger has, in fact obey Allah.

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Or something I remember after giving a long lecture in one mosque about the authority of the Sun and the importance of the sun that one person commented afterwards and said, Well,

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what we've been taught and what I believe is whatever the Quran says goes, and whatever the thing that says is, okay,

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and it's just you have to obey the Quran. But when it comes to the Sunnah, and if you if you follow it, it's good. If you don't, there's not really any hardship upon. And I found, I found, I discovered one reason for that one. As I talked with many people,

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especially among American brothers and sisters, I found one reason for this confusion and it would seem to me one reason for this confusion is that they confused the word synonyms from a perspective, from the worsen the problem, students perspective. In other words, they confuse the word signal from the science of Islamic legal theory. And I call it Islamic legal theory, because

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very few people unfortunately put into practice something called Islamic legal theory.

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And in this, in this, the meaning of putting it here, and this is what we're talking about the importance of the term, then this, this is talking about the authority of the pseudonym.

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In the same way, if you go to the Quran, you might find a verse in the Quran that gives an order or tells us to do something, that thing could be obligatory, or could be recommended, depending on the nature of the verse, the nature of the word, use the verse and so forth.

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Similarly, if the student has the politic, tell him or her that to do something that is from the Sunnah. But if you always do something, that means this thing becomes obligatory upon us to do.

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So we talked about the sun as the authority of the sun. And from a legal theory perspective, we're talking about the fact that the publisher tell him in order to do something, and he has the right orders to do something, and it is obligatory upon us to follow that in the same way

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that it is obligatory upon us to follow one data set. And

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so don't get that confused with the term similar or similar use in the sense in which you use the word soon, that's mean, the thing is not obligatory.

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The to have no relationship whatsoever, so to speak.

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Somebody might have some relationship with, don't get them confused. When we when you stay from the perspective interesting. And

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that means not obligatory. However, the source of that thing could be the Quran, it could be a dilemma, it could be something else.

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So soon as 10 means something, which is not really fair, but this is not what we're talking about when we're talking about the place of the center and exam. And the role of the seminar. The seminar here means the fact that the prophets of Salaam and his speech and his life have been given the position of laying down laws, and he would have to obey, we have to fall using the same principles of physics that we have to obey, and we have to call the foot on.

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So don't give those to the Unfortunately, the same word is used for both. And I have found that it has led to lots of confusion among specially newcomers to Islam, that they hear all this thing as soon

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as you do I have to do that. No, this is good. So then they begin to equate this to me with the sooner the problems.

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So I hope that none of you make that confusion, but you might run into someone who made that confusion. And maybe you remember this talk and

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you will be able to remember that and see why this person is having

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that confusion in his mind.

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Also, another aspect which I'm pretty sure, he had mentioned, as the aspect of taking the public eye film as, as the judge or as the decider of the First Amendment as Allah subhana wa tada says, but I'll follow up because

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you have to look up the messenger man Oh, man, I

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didn't know Kobe was removed.

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Allah subhana wa tada swearing by your Lord.

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named by your Lord, talking to the farmhouse. assylum they are not true believers until the decider of affairs among them.

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And they find no hardship in their hearts against what you just decided. And this shows that demand is something much greater, much different from just an outward acceptance of what the public system has done. It's not just the province that

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lm has told us,

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for example, in order to grow beard, and we grow beard, but in our hearts we don't like that order, though a true believer in his heart, he likes that order that the public has done and has given him because we know that that order is something pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala. And when you Stephanie applies that order he knows that is pleasing, Allah subhanaw taala. So the true believer finds no hardship in his heart whatsoever for what the prophet says, tell him has ordered and he submits to him completely.

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And in fact, this is one of the really few wants to talk about, in general, what are some of the principles for systemic society as a whole? Why do we have so many problems? What are some of the solutions to our problems? One of the problems is that, in fact, we do not judge

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by the Quran and Sunnah. And we do not accept them as the final arbitrator, in any of our disputes. Unless the handler, Allah says things in exactly the same

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input, we want to be like

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that, if we have any dispute, in any matter, among ourselves, among ourselves, and our leaders, for example, then we should take that dispute to all of them in the book of the love of God, and to the process of selling to the messenger, meaning during his life to Him personally, and after his death to is to know.

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If we are true believers in a law, and if we are true believers, and hereafter, then the best way for us and the way that God has commanded us is that anytime we have any dispute, we must take it to the client and to the sun net, and let those two decide what is right that we must follow. And that is,

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and this is something that if in fact, we applied the thing properly, correctly, if we apply this principle properly and correctly, we will not find the kind of division and the kind of firing in the kind of disputes that we find among them.

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And by the way, another point related to this is not it's not necessarily By the way,

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that every issue that comes up, we if we say we take it for granted, that means that we'll find a definitive answer in the Quran, Sunnah. And we have to follow us over

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again, maybe there is a case of for example, what should we do about something here? Should we

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it's hot in here. So should we cover these windows or leave them open or whatever.

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And if we as a group, as a community, we dispute and something that even the principles have to go back to a promise. And then we see that the Quran Sunnah tells us that we should obey our leader, those people who have been put in authority among us are rightfully there, we should obey them, and we should accept their conclusion as long as it does not go against.

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So we have a matter which isn't going against the promises. And our,

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for example, our leader who's rightly appointed to say something, then we should accept the decision, we should not cause division among us, although we still have the right which is also

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to make the fair to advise them and to show him maybe that we think his decision is incorrect. However, the point again, is that if we follow this principle of taking our disputes to the FDA, sooner shall our disputes will

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be removed. And we shall we will be united our hearts will come together in the same way that Allah subhana wa tada got the hearts of the Sahaba, together, who apply this principle of any, anytime they had some dispute, they would take the dispute.

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And finally, let me just mention one more of the right of the problem.

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And that is right upon us if we honor Him, and we defend him and we respect him.

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No, we're doing such does not mean just his

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personality, or his being as such.

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But we must also respect and defend and honor his teaching is similar.

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It is our obligation, an obligation upon us to defend the honor the teaching, and the practice or the center of the problem.

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This is his wife department.

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And the same way that if we were alive during the lifetime of the promise of filament

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in the same way that had we had that great blessing of being alive during the lifetime of the promise of filament. And if we find the time to attack him, we find the place for example, trying to attack and trying to kill him, in the same way that we would want to defend him physically defend his life at this time, we should have that same feeling for defending his son and defending his way of life nowadays.

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And especially nowadays, I'm sure you're all familiar, especially those of you living in the United States within number of attacks, that the sooner the way of life, as opposed to them has been under by people calling themselves Muslims by people not just going into Muslims MIT, but even calling claiming to be God.

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claiming to be leaders of Islam and Sophia, who was attacked the sinner who attacked the way of the problem

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is our obligation to fight them, and to defend the honor and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad.

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Sometimes some people get get surprised how can we get upset when there's some kind of data?

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And it's easy for you always, you always care about the diagnosis

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and integration inheritance. Yes, of course, because this is part of the process and send them to sport actually, was added right upon us. And as part of the province of Finland brought upon us for us to defensiveness.

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She looked at the nature the nature of our data as it is actually someone saying that was the politician and said, Indeed, is not sufficient, or it's not the best way, she has some way that is better, in some way that is more fulfilling, to have some way that is getting closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala, more than what the prophets have said.

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This is the intro to Allah subhanho wa Taala and his revelations and to the Sunnah, and to the life of the promises.

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So we cannot just sit back and take it lightly and say, okay, you have your opinion, and I have mine.

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And let's come together, let's live together as brothers.

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Now, this is a strong weakness in that person's application of the cell, and it is attack on Islam itself. So we have the obligation to defend the Sunnah of the Prophet, and he has the obligation to defend the integrity of Islam, the religion of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So therefore, it is our obligation to do whatever we can to stop those kind of things. And those kinds of things, of course, become bigger and bigger.

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Unfortunately, if you leave those things, they do have a tendency to become bigger, bigger as we find some of the statements of the early startup, the bigger, many of them, they began as something small, and they became something great, such as it even led people to believe the form itself. And the same is the case with the sooner the promises.

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If you wrote nearly 100 years ago, or two years ago, there was some question about some ideas, some people began to question some hobbies, and say this was an authentic and authentic.

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And even though those words of the Bible scholars of Islam and even scholars of Hadith,

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but they came from all those questions is added to that question.

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The judgment and the opinion or the statement of the policies themselves?

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And he went from one to the other.

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For example, now, there's some people who accept that he says,

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I have no question about that. But what he said was wrong.

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And if, for example, there's some people about the

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about the woman, the Hadith of the boxer filaments, in which he,

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I paraphrase, he said, people will not prosper if they're if their fears are in the hands of a wolf. There are some people nowadays who reject that idea. And this is not just one thing that's in that first.

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I mean, led by one.

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It's still early for me.

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The policy says that the people will not prosper have their affairs are in the hands of a woman, regardless of what I said earlier for you.

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What I said earlier, has never been abrogated

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is their head of their affairs are in the hands of a woman now that some people who say that it is not by themselves.

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Taylor Madison agreed, not only Teddy, there's some people nowadays, who say that,

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from that one category, the 10. But there's others who say, Yes, that's it, but as a politician and been alive today now, and people get them, for example, Indira Gandhi, and golden Myron Margaret Thatcher.

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And I guess Mrs. Clinton, we can throw into

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a certain theme, these people, he would not have made that thing.

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So this now is an attack on the trajectory attacks on the genomic data, but in specific, it is attack on the problem hematoxylin on his pseudonym, and it is white upon us that we depend on them. And we refute those people who make that claim, and not only refute them, but actually we fight them in the means or in the way that we are allowed to fight. In other words, we don't just sit quietly, but we speak out against them.

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And we try to put it into that. And in fact, one person went even further in a speech

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at a convention here in the United States and listen, convention. And once you said that the province of denim used to make he had and sometimes the policy was wrong and he had another two are things that also leans legal.

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There's debate that the process of making she had or not, if you made it you had was the wrong, right. So those two are, historically speaking, we can accept those two. However, the next thing that he said is that the promises tell him when he needed to get and when he was wrong. All of the stories up until now, they said that if the volunteers that have made it yet, and if it was ever wrong, Allah Subhana, WA Tada, corrected him, did not allow him to continue in his mistake. For those who say that he he had he made the wrong that this person now there's more than one person now he says that the process would have made it too hard, he would be corrected as if he had and almost

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an avatar is not corrected. So we have to go through this and know about it, and decide where was he right and what was wrong.

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And if these are the kinds of things that we really believe in the Shahada, we are true to us. And our statement that we believe that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, it is right upon us, that we do our best to defend as soon as way of life from these types of things.

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This is actually his rights upon us. And we should take this right seriously. Because, as we know, this is the way that we become coming to Islam. And this is the key to Islam. And whenever we are lacking in the rights of responsibility, and in the understandings of our data, this, in fact, means that we are lacking in ourselves in our event. So anytime we have such a shortcoming, we have to do our best

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to remove that shortcoming. If we don't depend though, there's another problem.

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We have to make ourselves wrong, the searcher will defend him, if we do not accept him as a judge, we must remove the sweetness from them from ourselves. If we do not take him as our example to go, then we must realize our mistake and change that if we do not love him more than anyone else in this world, then we have to realize that that is our obligation. And we have to increase our love for them through whatever means that we fulfill

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that right upon us. And I think that's all the time that we have. So inshallah we'll stop there

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behind are peddling

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a bunch of features at the time, I will take some

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questions and

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are now ready to go in soccer.

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given the financial risk,

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what is the recommended publication?

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We're talking about biography, or you're talking about also his hobbies.

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Okay, because Angela has had he says, you know, we have saved

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his biography.

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There's many, many biographies out there. So I'm not familiar with all of them. So I'm afraid that if I if I leave them out, maybe someone will get the idea

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in my opinion is good. But unfortunately, all all of the, all of the biographies like many of the early biographies, they all have

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some kind of common defect. And that major defect is really relying on narrations which are not always authentic.

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And this is true for many of the books in Arabic as it is true for the Muslim.

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So I have yet really to come across a Sierra life the provenance of film which

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I have found really to my life is won by

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hombre de la, she makes some good points. It's very basic, very,

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doesn't go too deep.

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There's one by Laurie in which she discusses some of the aspects of the life of romanticism in Medina, he has done a great deal of research, some of his conclusions some people may not

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agree with. There's one by one that's been Translated to English by most of the survivors take some of the some of the aspects, talk a little bit about the theater of the film and then and then tells us what are the lessons from those things in the public life. And I guess that should be published sometime in the near future.

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That I'll get

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it seems to be on a chip I get somewhere between here and love another

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cookie out

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name and believe the way they put in English

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the life of the Prophet lessons and

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life lessons in some nanofiber is by

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insha Allah

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I would prefer to leave that for the

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panel discussion more tonight.

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panel discussion tonight at 915 was the head on the authority, the authority of the Senate. So that should get that kind of question. So I prefer to me that

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question is at what time

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the Sahaba as we know, they learn.

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They learn again from from Hamas.

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And they apply the Quran and they apply the law in such a way that it was pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Has they been applying the plan and understanding the plan as defined in particular instances where they misunderstood the plan

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was added to the problem and corrected them misunderstanding and so forth. So what we get from the sahaabah

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is a general picture. And in other words, the general characteristics, these are all characteristics, which are unquestionably characteristics that we are supposed to possess.

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So if you take some general characteristics that they have their understanding, for example of jihad, their understanding of imagine understanding of their understanding of how to make doubt their understanding of individual obligations versus a communal obligation, and all of these things, these things are there's no question that their understanding of these things was correct. We have to accept them we have, of course, they're all based on promises. Now, if you're going to ask perhaps about the individual he had,

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if you have if he has his mom on demand, on a certain point, then again, that is what do we have to accept there is not. And so there is a lady she had about something and he disagreed with each other.

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Or they made it she had, which was in contradiction to the seminal essay, because perhaps there was some similar that they were not aware of,

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then obviously, we follow the stronger prophecies are similar. Or if there's disagreement among them, then we study and see what the evidence is, and we follow the stone opinion, but otherwise, their way of life as a whole and understanding of the gene, and application of the game. This is the correct application of the game that we must

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take first of all, the system

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is not quite

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so easy

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to find the difference.

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Sometimes there's those things that you know, you're about to speak about them, you say yourself never really get into this.

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So this would be much better if I had a board that they could write on.

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What I was saying is that when we say that

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we talk from the point of view of Islamic legal thing, we talk about what is an authority in Islam, we mentioned for example, the Quran, and then or with the Sunnah of the Prophet.

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So let's take an example from the from the Quran. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, for example, a famous salah and this is a verse in the Quran, which implies the obligation of the prayer, the prayer This is in order to perform the prayer. So, we can conclude from this verse that the prayer is obligatory from the front. However, there is there are other places

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in which for example, writing the if we have some kind of business contract, writing it down as the mission upon however the brand makes it clear that this is not something obligatory, something recommended.

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So this writing down of transactions in this transaction is recommended. So they come from but it is recommended. So we have from one rule of law something which is obligatory

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From another version of transcending, which is recommended, you can call that thing which is recommended some now almost to have been doing whatever word you want to use.

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Similar if we go to the cinema, the policy film, if the province of cinema gave us in order to know how to know if somebody has an order that goes back to

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the linguistic makeup of the sentence and other other things that point to be obligatory, but if the public doesn't hold it, for example, the people who grow a beard, then this order means that this action is obligatory, it came from the power system. In other words, its sources, the sooner the power system, but it is what you've already taught.

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So the the source of an action, whether it's in the front or the center, the policy

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regardless of the source, that action may be obligatory may be recommended and may be permissible.

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So but unfortunately, the the book or the jurist,

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they use the word cinema, as opposed to obligatory as opposed to like, so in other words,

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when we talk about the obligation of Following this, and now we're talking about our obligation as a whole to accept whatever the signal says is the sin that says this thing is obligatory, we accept it as a sin that says the thing is recommended, we accept the decision that says The thing is, is permissible, accepted of the sweetener. In other words, the life and the club system says this thing is the site, we accept that if it says, We accept it.

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That is different from saying in action, a particular action as soon as it's in the later terminology of the job. This means that this act is less than a belief obliterate is not obligatory. However, it's more than simply permissible, it is something you should do, if you do it, the jello you'll be rewarded by Allah subhanaw taala.

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to the point where they might

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narrow the charts

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dividing lines.

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when you say,

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your neck

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this question is getting close to London, the question is

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related to

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the authority of the seminar. And when we say that

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when we say that we're following the tsunami, in particular, and with respect to evidence, I mean, there's, there's

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certain conditions that if we if we meet these conditions, that we're following the Sunnah in the proper way, for example, the tsunami, they are the Sharia or let's say the Sharia may lay down certain causes for something made lay down a certain amount of something or a certain type of act a certain time for that act, or a certain place for that act, if we're following the Sharia, and all of these things, and we're following the similar property, so with respect to the ultimate guru, so, we have no choice but to make wudu in the fashion on the weight metabolic plan and in the way shown to us by the public health system, we have no right to add to it, we have no right to delete

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So one of the things that the system did not do what is not narrated, reporting from him whatsoever in any authentic narration is the wiping of the neck, he did not do. So if we want to make whoodle in the way that the publicist did it.

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Then just put yourself in that situation you want to work politics, no data in the way that is pleasing to Allah subhana wa Tada. And the only way that you know, the only way that you can know what is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala is by following the way of the promises. So you want to make Budo for prayer, the only way you know how to make will go this way that is pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala by following the way the public system when the particular vices

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head for example, he did not wipe his neck. So if you're going to follow his example you will not recognize

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now someone else comes along and says that the way the head should be white, he might be taking their own money.

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He might be making an observation, which is an authentic, he might be just following some scholar who said that, and you should deal with him. What's the reason that he says that? But the fact is the promises for you. But what Who knows? He didn't do that he should not do it. Because that way he is in fact, not following the way

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for questions.

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And also, this is something that

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might be covered later on in the principles, but

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did not, how did you say you're not wearing the suit? Man, I like the way

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it wraps around here.

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As soon as cannabis changes,

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the dress is not according to this. And that would be a much better way to say, well, the dress according to the as soon as as soon as from the point of view of the whistle, or what it is required for us to follow, there's no specific dress that we have to follow except some principles,

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it should be addressed, have mercy should be addressed that should be addressed. Because the order the proper way, in a loose way insisted the order is not described, it's not see through and stuff like that, it should be addressed, that is not dressed of the report and so forth. So these are things that if you mean that you are not working according to the sooner it means you are not working according to these principles of this area with respect to dress. But if someone is not wearing

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a black mm hmm, for example.

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And you see that he's not wearing a black enamel you cannot say you're not dressing according to the sooner because although the Profit System and when we say that we follow the sooner that means before the profit potential in both things get the positive, and what Allah wanted us to follow him. And things that the politics that have made it clear to is that these are things that he's not asking for, and he didn't like some kind of proof because it wasn't the fruit of his people. He didn't say the other people, you know, you shouldn't eat it. And so when we say we're following the sinner, we're following the tsunami, that we're following those parts of the cinema that we are

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supposed to follow and thrive in our

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the customers

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and the choice

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to do so.

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I cannot really explain why some Muslims are different.

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There are some Unfortunately, some there are some people nowadays who are studying this idea. And we are getting some people some doubts and some misconceptions. And there might be some other people

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I and a lot of but there are some people probably who know that's wrong. And there's some people who have just been caught up in the way. And there are some people who are just ignorant and does not see the false nature of what these people are saying. So they just take it from them, and then they repeated.

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frankly, no one in his right mind would say that we have a choice to focus in or not, because the face of the Sun has been confirmed and overpopulation upon. And then we add to that

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statement about history.

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And so first, there's no way that anyone would say that, but unfortunately, Chevron has brought some doubts and some misconceptions to some people's mind. And some people may not have the understanding the knowledge to understand through to see the falseness of those doubts. And so therefore they are confused or get misled by that.

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For the first

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time the machine

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became Muslim, and they have a daughter who is under age.

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And then she goes up with them, they teach you about them and she makes me smile, she learns the philosophy. It's not necessary for her to go at the time of puberty and to go and make this and

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of course

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now about how to extend that to listen. But

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I think the best way is

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to be frank and we have to be active in making our job.

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To the problem is if the only people who are active in making power in certain areas, if they are the Nation of Islam, then that's all the people are going to notice the Nation of Islam. Now, we have to be active in making our own balance so that people hear about tourism. And whether we are open or whether not just from our literature, they will be able to understand that this exam is different from the nation depends on the situation, some cases you might want to openly discuss. That's why we are different from them, or why they are different from us. And the case suggests that they have some understanding of the nation of exam and you just tilt your head and the finality of

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the problem 100 will be enough for him to realize there's some difference between you and them. So the if we if we will fulfill our responsibility, and take an active role in making Tao and spreading Islam,

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the difference between us and then we'll be clear to everyone because especially listening is a big difference between

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those others who claim to be from us,

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and those who claim to be from us, then it's little bit more difficult to say, well, they're claiming to be from us, but actually, there's a lot of difference between them as a little bit more difficult and a little bit more

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techy, and how to handle the groups are, you know, clearly outside of Islam, then this class propagating? What is Islam shallow that we will

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spread the true Islam and people will see clearly differences between us.

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There are some some beliefs

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which make someone automatically capital unless he does not have the nodes to know that it is capital in Vancouver, and then we have to explain to him that that there is

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any it's not probably it's not as important to say,

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to identify this group as provider to identify this group is

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probably what's

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much more important. And much, probably much better way to proceed is to take issue the issues, for example, to claim it as any profit after the problem has occurred. And this is a statement of profit, it is actually absolutely unacceptable. And this is the performance. Now you don't have to say that this group that believes in a profit,

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after you said that it's not necessarily not necessarily necessary for us to go into this group or however you make it clear that their teachings and what they're preaching, and it's not from

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that should be sufficient in most cases.

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need to have

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some form of some methodology that is,

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You have

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to be

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willing to

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We have this whole

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issue of the gene are understood.

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If you propagate, what are the issues of the game, and I've been to many mosques, for example, which are completely

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over the web, but

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they really have no idea no one has come to them and taught them anything besides what they hear from the moment that that's all over.

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So a very important way of approaching them.

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You know, ignoring web for the time being me the individual is by hitting to them what is going on going to the cinema, and showing them what it is

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that we have, for example, both cases that you mentioned, if someone has a strong belief that the Quran is the word of Allah subhana wa Tada. And it is to be applied until the day of judgment. And we as as,

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as believers, we have no right to question anything that God has commanded us to do. And once you have decided something, you have no faith in that. And then from where you distrust the authority of the signal, from the point of view of the front, how it shows how the branch shows that we have to follow an except

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if someone has a strong understanding of those three points, then you will not have any of the conclusions that you mentioned. Okay. So I think sometimes we we get off into other issues. Sometimes we discuss, for example, the personality of web, and we think that that might solve this problem. No, even if you remove him, as long as they don't think we have to fold this in, then they're gonna still have to move on to somebody else who's saying the same thing. So we have to we have to attack these issues and make the people understand these issues on their own, then they will think, yeah, this was the process. So I'm going to ignore

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what anyone says because?

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Well, that's always a good answer.

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I mean, obviously, your methodology has to be giving them truth, and you have to be patient with them.

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And that was not forcing your opinion on someone else. As I think about some of the principles and values, it says, the giving of the knowledge that you have them and convincing them, showing them that knowledge, and letting them decide

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with respect to their knowledge. So

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you're trying to bring people to the word of Allah subhanaw taala. You're not trying to bring people to your way, my religion, or my religion, you're trying to bring people to the way of Alyson Hana with that. So depending on the person you're dealing with, this means sometimes you have to be patient, sometimes you have to be a little bit harsh.

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Fighting is part of dow, some people don't realize that they don't like the people who talked the most about our that he had, and he thinks he had an there's no such thing as yet. He had his part out. I mean, if you want people to enter this land, the best way is let's take away that false way of life. They have imposed the senate government on them, let them see what the plan is listen to you about Islam and Islam.

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But most people talk about ours. It's a no no, no, yeah, that we don't believe it yet.

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You don't believe

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if you were really sincere about bringing people to Islam, you want to open all the doors for them, to see what you hear about them, and make sure that there's no nothing over them that might affect them or influence them to keep away from

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and so

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that's probably another we probably got into another talk about Golan was the stages and so I will stop them for

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