Principles Of Fiqh Part 12

Jamal Zarabozo

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil cinema

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the same as I'm sure you all recall,

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we talked about the different types of cinema, and how we can divide this in.

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And because we won't have much time to cover this material

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in detail, the lesson is a very important topic.

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Basically, over here, we're just going to cover this one.

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And this one, and this one later, which

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I'm sure you all remember that wonderful flowchart flow diagram that they did last time, which got these

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different types of explicit actions.

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And of these, we're only going to discuss two in detail this one.

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And this one down here.

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The last one, none of the above, being the most,

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most important.

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We'll just discuss

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briefly.

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So before we begin with any question about how we got this lesson,

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did you think the floats the flow chart was helpful? Or should I just put this 10? Here they are.

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Now,

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we're doing the 10 types of explicit action we devoted when we divided this one up into non explicit and explicit action.

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And we said that from the 10, from which the fractions, we can divide into 10 categories.

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We started by saying,

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We started by saying that

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number six

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and number seven, and number eight, was

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all he was

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no.

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The first box was either it has something to do with other people, or just by the public system. So

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if it has something to do with other people, then it is

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okay, we'll just get some more Yeah, then we just derive these equations. we just derived this last time gela will discuss the more and more details today.

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This is no camera, there's no need for me to get up.

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Now, number three

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doesn't matter doesn't matter.

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Whichever you think is best upgrade is usually what they read in the books.

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So, now, as I said some of them will talk about briefly and some will talk about in more detail.

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The first one is that which is related to other people. This includes for example, punishments, business dealings and judgments

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and some kind of orders now orders when we talk about orders, we're talking about action orders and prohibition is there such a thing and it is my main topics when we talk about actions which we will not be able to get into

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but is there such a thing as as an action implying an order

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is it possible for an action to apply an order

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like like what like give me a shot all these others have explicit action by

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discussing

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with

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mobile

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mobile bodies.

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So So you're saying

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that they can any an action can imply also a type of order, and it was respected even if it will do them quickly. With respect to the punishments that the province has filled in order to be done or had done

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and if you think they are good, we're not

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punishment,

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for sure

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to punish.

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And the punishment of the father says in order for someone to be punished as an action related to someone else, some of those who say this is not

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there is no good one is actually

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like a luckyland. By the way, when it comes to the actions as opposed to homicide,

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the law says the law much stricter when it comes to applying the actions than they

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are more much less are much more inclined to saying that we should not follow the process of fiddling unless the action explicitly there is

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some evidence for the action to be explicitly followed. While recovery and recovery of

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the two.

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Leading watercolor also mean that we discussed earlier in the course.

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Their their coverage of the actions of the provinces cinema probably is probably two of the best coverages you will find. And besides, of course, Alaska has a PhD dissertation. So with respect to punishments, and if we know the verb, and if we know why the father says that and punish this person to certain certain ways, and it's affordable.

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But if we do not know this, for some reason, we cannot find this verb then it is not considered.

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Also in the public system, or if someone to do something, for example, when the prophets I send them was praying the night prayer, and the divers came and joined him in our bus stood on his lap, what did the processing them do?

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When he can in some manner, he grabbed them and put them on his right.

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So this is an action of the following system implying some kind of order matching the CD to someone else.

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Also, one time,

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I found a beloved Massoud frame this way, and it was his left hand on top of his right. So the focus has been him took

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his right hand and put it over. And he switched on. And frankly,

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I have a question is about these matters, obviously, also, what am I say?

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And if the policies tell him this something like this, where he actually took someone and moved him, ordered him by actions,

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and he those things you have to take as an example, you should pause, but the difference of opinion is whether the action becomes obligatory or just recommended.

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According to the handlers and the vironment hub, it is obligatory.

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And if the public system did an action like that, and that proves that that action is obligatory.

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Basically, men have this kind of take the muscles or the text of the Quran, it says the literal meaning. It was started by one of the students of mhfa.

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But its most famous

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proponent was

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so they say that these actions imply obligation, while the other, they say, simply implies recommendation

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with respect to

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those acts,

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punishment, and if the policy has been ordered, specific punishment for some crime,

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sometimes it can be thought of it may not be produced.

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So should we implement the same function?

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Although it would be what would be

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number either seven or eight, depending on whether the 100 is clear, is pretty clearly.

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Some people would say, Well, if it was easy, he was doing it as the man was the leader of the sea. So therefore, we don't supply the same punishments unless we find the same.

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So if we understand the verb, of the punishments, then we can also apply.

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By the way last time, someone said, someone who's sitting in the front row over here,

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he says, this is maybe 90% of the

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case, okay?

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Let me just clear this up with respect to the cinema, as a lot of these things.

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As a lot of these things,

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don't have to suffer. As a lot of these actions dealing with a lot of actions he was naturally exposed to a lot of actions due to them.

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Not so much action for worldly purpose. These are very rare.

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miraculous nature are peculiar to the Profit System. These are laws,

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specific revelation and implementing specific revelation. These are not very much, but these are a lot. But I will not say there are 90% of

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that I wanted to play that because, after the lecture, someone pointed out, to me that 90% sounds like quite a bit. And it just

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the skip number two, which is actions that he was naturally disposed to for the time being, because we'll discuss it in in some detail.

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and move on to tip number three, which will be customer action.

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And in the public system, as we know, it does many things, because as I mentioned, last time, you see human being, and also he was living at a particular time and living at a particular place in a particular place.

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So therefore, for example, he used to dress a certain way.

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His mode of transportation was a certain mode of transportation, even his the way he used to get married,

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was related to the customs at that time. So with respect to these actions, as we mentioned last time, they are not considered footwork, and they did not support they're not considered the things that were supposed to follow from this another process.

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But they simply points to the fact that all of these actions, are MOBA, are permissible?

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Have to do with

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what

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he's talking about two and three,

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three.

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And

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you're saying that this was never seen.

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This was never seen without?

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This is a little

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bit more.

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There has to be a day. For

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sure. Anyway,

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the Liliana for this point? These actions are not

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not considered some Now, first of all, we'll probably have to develop as a very nice answer to this. And he was posed with the same question. And he said, okay, and if you want to really get serious, and he didn't just dress a specific way, but he also lived at a specific time among a specific people

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and a specific place. So according to you, and it is a must have

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obligatory or recommended, according to Mr.

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kosan, kosher for everyone then to try to do that. But for now, with respect to the first category, he spoke to specific areas, those areas are good now what are you going to do?

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So there has to be there has to be a limit. And that limit we find by politics,

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and how he dealt with his hava and how the Sahaba behaved when they went to other places.

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And we know clearly that when people from different areas came to the came to Medina to see the progress assylum. Many of them were wearing different style clothing.

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Many of them had different colors, but he did not object to any of these. And he never pointed out that he should apply these.

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So and also when the Sahaba

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of the Sahaba, that when they went to different areas, and they found people dressed in a different way.

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They did not object and in fact, they also in many cases took on like the example you gave yesterday when they went into court area. Obviously they didn't just wear what was normal for the people of Medina.

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And then if it had to also add something to it, to make it more specific. He's talking about the question of whether you can wipe over the

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Mmm.

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Some, some olema they said that you can only wipe over the MMR if it's a certain type.

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Like when you're making a rule. Can you just do wipe wipe over

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this again he has to be a certain type

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and they lay down and what is the type? So it hasn't any

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theory doesn't hasn't been

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He's not very polite, or he was making fun of front of them, because the head is that they mentioned that the public system was wearing specific mm. It mentions that it was of a certain material. And it was any term so many times. And the way it was, by the way, I think isn't authentic. But anyway, the way it was hanging down on the end was also this guy.

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So he said, also, you have to apply these conditions, because these are not the conditions that apply. So you have to look at it at a wider in a wider way and see whether the public system insisted on these things, or whether or not even, and whether he did these things with the purpose of implementing the Sharia, when we get down here, and then we're going to be talking about many things that the Prophet system did.

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Sometimes, if there's a question whether or not something is out of customs, or related to the dean, there might be an accident of the province of Finland, when you read the headline, or when you study this in other provinces, and then this is difficult to say whether or not this action is out of custom or related to the team. In that case, which one takes precedence?

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And if there's doubts which one gets the benefit of the doubt,

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know, the benefit of doubt goes too deep. Because first of all, most of what the promises did was for the sake of

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laying down laws. And also this is the takeaway Suppose,

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for example, to the growing of the beard.

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This has some other details with Mohammed Abu Zahra and his book and other modern writers.

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They say that the growing of the beard was one of the customs of the time to process it and this is not from the Sharia

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very, they can be refuted by many means, first of all the province has an image wasn't just an action of his He also stated in those orders is to have a growth. But when there is some doubt, then the doubt goes to being with respect to the day now

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doing politics

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and

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art.

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In some, in some headings, it is specific dimension to differ from the from the Jews and polytheists mushrikeen. And some it is not mentioned.

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And others this is clearly stated the sponsor silom ordered the Sahaba to grow beards without any condition. So it is a trade that the Muslims are supposed to have any specific problems. What if after that time any of the preferred develop that trade, it doesn't matter? Because this is originally our trade if they follow us.

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And in other words, we don't change our traits later, because they have adopted our, our Christian.

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Now there are two basically two exceptions to this.

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Many of its being just permissible, because obviously if the prophets I send them stated something about it.

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And he for example, phrasing a specific action is no longer a customary action. And in fact, it no longer comes in this category. But it comes over there under the status of the system.

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But that's one way that what might look like a customary action if the prophets I send them specifically mentioned it and said something about it, for example, he praised it or he disapproves of it, then it moves from the category of being a customer action to the category over there of being misstatement through the process. And it is dealt with

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like any other statements

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that we will deal with later.

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Also, if it seems clear that the reason he's doing it, and is for some, something related to the Sharia

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This is more dominant than customers I said then the de aspect or the religious aspect overtaking for example the public that's in them.

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When he when he buries the people he used to breathe and facing the cap, we will not find any haggis, which is polycephalum said

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and exists the people are the one who is supposed to be facing the cabinet. Now this could be a custom from his people, because the people

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before the time the provinces in them, they honored the cabinet to something important to them. So it could have been just something from the trip.

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But any themes that any of you will get if you weigh them whether it's custom or perhaps this is related to the area, it is it is on the border. So therefore the one that

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gets the benefit of the doubt is related to go. And there's one other aspect of these actions which are important

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is that if anyone avoid these actions, claiming that this is a way to get close

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To hanworth Allah This is incorrect. Because the province that is showing us that these actions are simply permissible, whether you do them or you don't do them, it doesn't matter. It's not a way of getting closer to a look at that. Like, for example, there's a he narrated this apocalypticism, eight

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cucumbers with

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date

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both.

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Well, this goes against any there you'll find many, many, but you'll find in some books, some people who wrote there is not for the Muslim to combine two foods that one and he that he should be simple and you should only eat one type of food. Well, this practice is the province SLM, although it is from the customer.

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And it shows us that in fact, and it has nothing to do with worshipping Allah subhana wa jal or not, you may combine foods or not as the process.

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And also those people, for example, that says that you should not eat food, which is, if you want to get close to Allah subhanho wa Taala, you should not eat food, which is very tasty, or any sheet course forget, it is basically the sushi, you have these kind of ideas. And again, this is one of the provinces Islam.

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Although it is not something I mean, we think of it as it is the proof at this point that there's nothing wrong with the politician and did it as something MOBA. And no one can come later and say that distinction must be done

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in a way of getting closer to a Latino dad.

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And, of course,

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I said, we're gonna go over them, except for category two, and then we're gonna go quickly, because otherwise, as I said, the rest of the course could be just actions with the photos, and I don't think it would be too happy with it. But did you learn about those actions and

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then questions about the customer actions due to

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the next one,

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actions that he did for the purpose or benefits,

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or Yani, in other words to, to avoid some harm, or to get some worldly

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game.

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These includes, for example, what you did for medical reasons.

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And in other words, if you practice the medicine of the time,

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this would fall into this category of Number Number four, for the purpose of benefits, for example, covering

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letting the blood out.

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And it was something customized during the time the process

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was just considered just from those things that the processing them did for a worldly benefit.

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And it is not considered by any just because the profit center was cut, you know, it's coming in.

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And just because the public session ended, that doesn't mean that we should do

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was a Let's blow out the body.

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It was some of them have had it sent to them before they can send you more explicitly, especially the southern

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Southern brothers. But now the exception to this again, now is the public suspend them.

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Again, the exception to this is if the public has seldom talk or mentioned a particular type of remedy, and said, for example, that this is good for such and such, then again, that's part of the segments and that is no longer simply from category number four for the purpose of benefits. Now, some of them are they said this when the problem system speaks about worldly things, it could be wrong.

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This is not Danny from Shea, he could be wrong.

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But actually the process element one had he said that nothing comes out of his mouth

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and except the truth. So the positive synonym, said for example, that a certain kind of medicine is

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not half of the beneficial for specific diseases. And we know that promises doesn't say anything except the truth. So, therefore, we have to accept this as as being truth and part of the perhaps part of the miraculous aspects of the some of the promises

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the arguments of the date is not

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not the reputation or cannot be used, just because the any of the correct wording of the prophets I send them that perhaps if you leave them alone, it will be there and in the province I send them did not take me to them that if you leave it alone and his output will be better.

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Well then when he said that, at the end of that headache when he said you are more aware of the things that they're doing it than I am

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and he that means under these practices if he does something, any from these practices,

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for example, related to agricultural practice or construction practices, business practice or other ways of making money.

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A woman oversaw administration practices than any of these that he does

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that are related to the junior.

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The thing that he does may not be the best thing. But when he states that something is correct, then we know that

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you see the difference between the two

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candidates actions

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could be for the sake, for example.

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For example, the way he took the way he handled war maneuvers, like in the Battle of Islam,

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he did not say that this position where we are in the best position, but he put them in that position, which is one of his actions, based on worldly benefits of

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his actions, there could be some sort of action in that, which is what we found in that case. But if he stated that this is the case, this is the best thing to do. Whether it is related to a dounia or love it or fishery, we know that what he said, because he said that anything that comes from his mouth is harmless.

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I don't see why.

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What did he say?

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He said, perhaps and if you leave it, and he's not there, but he's not saying a thing that if you leave it, it will be better.

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As a not saying it will or won't be?

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A and he showed them that he showed them that they understood him incorrect. Okay. By that

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the same thing could be applied to other things, which we

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could not. Okay, if I said that perhaps this is the best place. I'm not saying this.

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Okay, that kind of thing. Yes. Something might be better than that. But if I say this is the best place. And that's what the policy says, This is the best place, then there's no question that that is the best way.

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See what I'm saying?

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Dan, if you make an explicit statement, that something is correct, or the best way to do something, then we know that his statements.

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He

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mentioned that particular.

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There are certain cases where

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there's not what he did, or what you said, what you said,

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Okay, what you did, this is not considered problem. Number four, what you did for the purposes of considered public. Again, it simply shows that these things are possible. So in other words, you may find something that he did, and you will find a better way to do it.

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Nothing wrong with that. But if he if he mentioned something explicitly, that's a male.

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And you see the difference between the two?

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Well, this is a statement, Johnny, if he just took like, say, for example, before he died when his fever was, was very high, he used to take water and put it over his head.

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Now someone could argue, is this good for fever or not? Well, from a point of view, or from a career point of view, it doesn't matter because this is something he did for worldly benefits, and he to relieve this pressure. And there might be some other things that are okay. But if he said, like you said about the Blackfeet, which is not the correct translation, I don't remember what what the word is in English. If he said, Danny, that what he said, like, for example, about the black seed, that is the cure for every disease, except that,

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then and we know that what he said is correct.

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No,

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because the nature of action is completely different from the nature of

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the nature of it. This is why this is such

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a controversial topic, the actions of the process in a minute is difficult for people to understand even the other book, I mentioned Mohammed.

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And it has some section in there where it seems that he doesn't know what he's what he's actually trying to say. Because he confuses these different types, especially the last one and seven and eight.

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And he puts them all together in the first three chapters. And then finally, in the fourth chapter, he divides actions into these categories.

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And you can't do this.

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But

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this

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is one of the

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things are

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great

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With respect to the actions of the process, and if you want to discuss Danny's actions or the process and and with respect to the different

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handling of medical therapy, this is the most confusing topic even for the people in the difference.

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Because

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they're early in their years, they did not discuss it very much.

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And so as we talked about before, with respect to the Hanafi, madhhab, or the jurist way of authority, they tried to go to the statements of any like MMA, or MMA, and try to see what is his opinion on this. And that's why you get lost or confused. I mean, this is the one this is one topic where you will find any, every chef, he has a different point of view, every medic has a different point of view, and they're all trying to prove it from statements from, from their, from their inner. So it is accused of using this layout here was first done by a query, and then it was followed by a worksheet, and since the time will

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stay pretty much the same

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as the sum, for example, this one, what you did while waiting for revelation, some don't include

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you can include a certain

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level of racism

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as well.

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Practice.

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So I mean, any any one who was proficient and he, he can answer all those questions. And it when it comes to Islamic Studies, you don't need an archaeologist to go and try to figure out what they did during the time of the Prophet system, because all of this material has been captured heavy handed.

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We know what the

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problem was with the actions again, this actions did not convey the same meaning as words.

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For example, when we say that the province has said,

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if we would if we if we're a sahaabah, one of the Sahaba. And we say that the Prophet system, and he traveled

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and when he travels, he used to combine for it.

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Now there's many there's many problems with it.

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How to deal with it, does that mean any kind of trouble?

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Any is it short term and long companies, it's just seven for people that are just traveling for hydrojet.

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And he there's no what they call a moon for

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very difficult to say that this action applies to every fan. For example, it's narrated that the Moses in him after he made the work going around the Kaaba, he prayed

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rocketing to rock. So does this mean after any thought?

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Any 12 or any any circumambulation of the of the gavel, you could break to any property.

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So then with respect to action, it is a difficult topic. And

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and there's no Oh, man, you cannot argue that applies to any thought.

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So it is a difficult topic. And it really takes

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a great deal of study, to really try to get down to what is the what is the strongest opinion on each and each point?

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And as I mentioned, even the end he's a difference maker they have they are not clear, they themselves don't know.

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They themselves don't know.

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And each one tries to prove from their opinion. So they do what

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it takes.

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evidence is

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there is no rule. Now there are rules.

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That's what we're trying to determine here. What are the rules?

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We would when it came to actions, the provinces didn't have all of the almost all of their saline, they took the points or the approach of the fuqaha you remember the approaches of Boko Haram the social mythical living

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and they took the potion meaning that they didn't have explicit statements for example from mmcf or from avani problematic or from admin. So they had to go to the statements and try to drive.

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Now with respect to Alicia also they included some of their

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some of their any field

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The philosophy and it's, for example, many of the shaido, they say it is okay. Or it is possible that the public has sent them committed Nazi or committed sins.

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So starting with that point, the ashara, the deltec, just starting from that point, because they said, Well, this actually might have been a sin from the processing solution forward.

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And so and it is lots of things.

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It was really a machine that started to turn the things around, and started to approach this topic from a theoretical point of view,

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and trying to backup each category with evidence from the

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lower we before we

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What was your question?

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Number four.

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Number four, again, it's not meant to be put

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in at the most again, and he's not meant to be something that we should follow. By the way, when we say follow the publicist, and then when we say it is Jenny, Muslims are supposed to follow the process. We're supposed to follow Him and those things that he wants us to follow him in.

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And when we say that we're following the process, then then we should follow Him and those things in which the process and then once that order is asked to follow. And

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the reason I mentioned that is because some people, for example, they take the way of dress, or the way of MnO or other things, and they're winging it the way the private system did, and they claim that they're following the promises.

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But we have no evidence that the public system ever wanted us to do those things. In other words, you're following him by following those things he didn't want you to follow

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us or not the things that you want to do to pose, those are the things you're a few, it's up to your choice.

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But some people raise these things to the point of some animals to have wedges. And this is an incorrect, simply MOBA. And if you want to follow if you want to apply them, you can ply them otherwise, in your left, half your choice.

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There could be

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some tests,

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that couldn't be

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better, or it could be next from the point of view that we are confused which one it belongs to.

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But these are all independent.

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mutually independent, they are mutually independent.

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But we may get confused, for example, between two and three, even if we get confused two, or three and four

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actions that you did, because these are the things that he liked or out of customer for the purpose. And even if we get confused, it's not very important. But if we get confused between 10, and three, or nine and 398, and three, these are important.

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And that is Yeah, there. There's lots of differences. That's one reason for many different.

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But the differences I think occur, mostly because people don't think about the actions

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well enough, they don't think about it, for example, in this manner, which category does this action actually belong? And therefore, how do we use it?

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Okay, Are y'all sufficiently confused?

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As most university professors say, at some time in their careers, it is

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the number five, those of a miraculous nature.

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These are these codes, we're not

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live alone at any level.

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They are beyond our belief. But not only that, anyone, just one point with respect to this, did this even the attempt to try to get

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miracles of pyramid and it just is not from the center of the boat set. The limit was not from the practice of the of the Sahaba. And some people tried to get these things in their life. And when it comes to them, Yanni, they take it as something

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proving that they are on the right way. While in fact the thing that they call kurama might be a pillar or system Allah, Allah might even be from the chiffon like those people who go to Hajj to go to Mecca, flying through the air.

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I'm not saying it's not true or not. I'm saying that it's not our job to try to do this.

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And we should not speak to them. And if these things should occur to us, they are not proof that what we're doing is is correct.

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listening to them

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when we lived in Pennsylvania, so anything up in the Bible

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They don't have electricity.

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So anything not in the Bible, they want to say there's no electricity in the Bible.

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They have lots of children because it's in the Bible.

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Not everyone is consistent. But number number five, those actions and reckless nature are pretty clear. They're not that many. And of course, they're not meant to be our number six.

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those actions which are peculiar to the Profit System.

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First of all, as I mentioned, last time, there are very few, maybe 15 number, which there's a law. And both system has many things, special for him to avoid talking about laws, especially for the private system, there's perhaps only 15.

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And obviously, I need these actions.

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Actually, 15 I was wrong when I said 16, about 15, or 16, give or take.

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As Allah, we found someone who's taking notes.

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So the appellant was the the basic case of the public systems action. And essentially, these are very rare, we don't really consider them the basic cases, whatever the process of them did, unless it's like from two, three or four, it is considered a problem. So their arguments doesn't look IRA.

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That's what the Bible says, it might have been special for him, or it might have been sin. And their arguments is very weak. Yeah, I mentioned that just humans were

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shy, they said it is possible for the process to make

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sense. So therefore, they do not consider the action to the public system very, very strong. What does the law they say it's impossible for the folks that didn't make any marks even the smallest.

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Some, they have some, some bases.

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I cannot see. But as we mentioned earlier, when we talk about when we talked about the infallibility of the Prophet, or as Mr. Russell, and we talked about the fact that if the Prophet system did anything wrong, or any of the prophets did anything wrong, that Allah subhana wa, tada would immediately correct before any, even if they did something wrong, we know that that is not an action that was approved by looking at data so we don't have to worry about well, also with respect to what are the regulations which are peculiar to the process. Again, they are still rare. And it is a principle on the idea that the thing, which is where you don't consider, and if something is very

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rare, and you don't consider

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the thing, which is

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the

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15 out of out of how many 1000s of similar that we have here on the board.

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I don't think anyone would, would argue that we now are not good

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in any way whatsoever.

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Obviously, there's something wrong for us, and it's MOBA or permissible for the prophets, I send them like marry more than four wives. And it is clear and it is enough to do

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something which is helpful for us.

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And her MOBA for us and haram for the purposes Dylan, this is obviously not good.

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But some of the Illuminati said that there is an aspect of the quiz ability,

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there is an aspect of this being example in hotels of the provinces.

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And what they mean by that is if there is an action, which is obligatory for the provinces,

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like silicon pads, it was a nightmare. If something is obligatory for the public sector, then it becomes Mr. hub or recommended for us.

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Because it has to be any by definition, they will not be the be the same, while also something is home for the provinces in them.

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then that becomes a macro for us. Like for example, it was hard for the private sector to eat anything which has the bad smell, bad odor to it afterwards. So therefore, it just becomes macro. For us. This is what many of the alumni have said.

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So there is a little bit of an aspect of goodwill.

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Yeah, that's something again, if it's something like

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that something clearly and

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then it doesn't enter into this case. But something there's no delivery and

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Helen for mobile.

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That's a good point.

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So in general, obviously, the

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virus in general, first of all, there are very small number and they are not in general could work except for those

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that kind of situation.

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Any questions about that,

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except your audit did not make.

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If you make it worse, you will find yourself, hey, this is wrong.

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There is actually more of a logical person, I guess anything else, they're saying that the things that were made obligatory for processing them, they were made obligatory for him for a certain reason. And that is, he has a special position. And therefore these actions are obligatory for him because of his special position. And he they take these actions take the person closest to us.

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And it is obligatory for someone in the public system position to do.

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So therefore, if we do these things, actions, we will benefit from them. Again, unless there's a clear prohibition from the policies. For example,

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example I was going to give this one a mission obligation than it is not the principles that system scholars say that it is not necessarily

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something completely agreed upon.

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So in other words, if you don't like it, you can leave it out of your soul.

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What's the next one?

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Okay, the next tool explaining specific revelation or actions implementing specific revelation,

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the difference between the two of them basically is this the revelation that is being applied in one case is clear. And everyone understands in the public system is just applying it. And the second case, he has to explain it and apply.

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And there's a long discussion among the Assouline whether, in fact, whether or not

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an action can be a typo by an ER explanation.

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For the sake of saving time, I will not get into that lengthy discussion that they have

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put to me in the look in

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the reference section of the library.

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Now in general here, number seven, explain visitors revelation, the action, this process takes the same ruling as the action that is explained.

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What do I mean?

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That's the public sentiment explaining something which is worse

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than the actually doing is what

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it's about the sentiment is explaining something which isn't

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anybody's actions in this room something was born, then that action also becomes

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now we had

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somebody come from the

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department and tons of

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people are complaining.

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No.

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Why didn't

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a good question? Which one would that fall under?

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And it seems, it

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seems, it seems that it is under number seven, explaining how to apply a specific revelation.

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So therefore, the action follows the same ruling as the revelation

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three, probably not because it is pretty clearly related to the verse

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No, but verse mentioned, killing and the Prophet says cinema is showing us how that's doing. Because there's a different way even during the time of the process, there are different ways to be killed. For example, for adultery to stoning and in the process Allah never killed someone by the sword

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so it seems from these things as opposed to them did them differently for specific reason. So that's what takes them out of two or three and four.

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Now we have to be careful here because for example, when the when the province that when Alison Hannah with data, orders the provinces in order to establish the slot to establish the prayer and in no place in the Quran does Allah subhana wa tada show us exactly how to pray. So therefore, when the Prophet says cinnamon his brain, he is doing number seven.

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But as I said, we have to be careful here because the Select is wise. But it doesn't mean

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it doesn't mean that all of the actions that the province has been embedded while performing that for

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me, the reason that's the case is because there's other

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evidence to show that not all this is why there has to be

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there has to be the thing that we have to be careful in that we look at something in the process of implementing something, which is worship. So therefore, we assumed that all this is why.

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And we might be ignoring the fact that there's other evidence to show that not all of it.

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So, for example,

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alimony, he said that most of what is done in the process and

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most of the actions without

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any arson Now,

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the question is, when we looked at the haggis, as bonuses dilemma, when we looked at is actions is how do we know whether an action is falls under number seven?

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It has to be

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has to be visited upon? It has to be mentioned in a broad way?

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Not the same way.

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There is

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a lot and we have to make our products, but there was no

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way to do

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that. No.

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It has to be.

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Okay.

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Yes, that's true.

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By definition, in general, there's five ways that we know that specific action of the pump system falls under number seven

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for agreed upon one is

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rather clever.

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And someone thought of the others did not mention. Number one, you might find an explicit statement from the public system,

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pointing to his action. And that makes it true that that action is explaining something from crime. For example, with respect to and if you don't have water, you cannot make what you make.

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Okay.

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Ron, doesn't really show us explicitly how

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to make salmon.

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But the Prophet said, Tell him when he talked to when he told

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anyone when he did not do it properly, he wrote himself under the dirt, the province of Salem said it would have been sufficient had you done this? Okay.

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So his statement isn't the ban, it would have insufficient hedges and this is not the ban, the ban is what he's going to do. And he hits the ground once and then wipe this and then wipe, wipe his feet.

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So sometimes so the first way, and this is the strongest way of knowing that it's under number seven, is that the province of Finland points to his action as being an explanation for something. And

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so the first and the strongest is that the province has silom statements show that his action, his explanation of the Quran, like that example.

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Number two,

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is that sometimes there's a lot of the scores that a particular act is an explanation or for some version, for example, with respect to sort of

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the slot for bar is for

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prostitutes for and for motive is three, and this is something was on all agreed upon the diff is explaining the verse in the Quran about establishing. So Secondly, there might be a demand point.

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Thirdly,

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thirdly, this

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is this the verse in the Quran is I haven't mentioned it is in a general way.

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And the prophets that did not explain it by speech, but when it came time to fulfill that command in the Quran, he did a particular action.

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And we know that that action must have been the explanation for that verse.

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So there is a verse which is any men are not clear. And the promises to them did not

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stay out to be done, but when it came to implementing it, and he did it in a specific way, and we know that that is the fulfillment for example, Allah subhana wa tada talks about stopping it during the Hajj, but does not mention, for example, when the person is supposed to stop.

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And I'm also not mentioning but by his actions we know

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anyone who stopped him and that is the explanation of the specific revelation.

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The fourth case, the fourth way is the publisher cylinder is asked about something which is not clear.

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And instead of answering it by statement, he answered, answer just by actually. This is the one who came to our system and said and asked the public system about the times of prayers.

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And the public has been in for the next few days. We prayed the prayers as if

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In fact, one of the earliest time one is split his time. And he told the person that he said was the one who asked the question. You said the prayers between the

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Muslims.

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And he prayed the bears on two days when it's done when it's ready to test 10.

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So this is the Quran tells us that the clock is obligatory on specific times

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on the on the Muslims, while the prophets SLM explains it by his actions,

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to

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the fifth one, which is rather clever.

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He says that if something is in need of banners, the nation

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and the problem is that psyllium never clearly pointed out what is the explanation for it.

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But he performs some action that seems to fit for that verse.

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And he died before explaining the explanation, then we have to take that action action as a band because it is obligatory for him to explain the verse.

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Well, if we can find it explicitly, when we find him doing something that seems to be the application of that verse, then we have to take it as

00:56:27--> 00:56:28

No, he didn't say don't

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I don't have an example for that one.

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Don't remember if he mentioned example or not,

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I can go back

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to this category are they well or not?

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The way the father says to them, as we've talked about many times before,

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the way the progress has been implemented, something from the Quran is meant for us to to fall.

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Now we have the next one, which again, as I said, the only difference between seven and eight implementing or explaining the specific revelation is that a number a specific revelation is fairly crude. But the policy seldom

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performed it as, as his duty to obey the obligations or the commands and prohibitions of Allah subhana wa tada in the Quran. Now, what do you think he thinks he's a good one.

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Implementing, again, this action as opposed testing them did, based on the same ruling as the command or as the as the order or as the

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as the

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as the statement that orders us to do something which is an obligation, therefore the way he did it also was obligatory.

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How do we know whether something falls in the category number eight

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exactly that

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that's one of the ways Yeah.

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Basically, there's three ways as before, the number one the public has been related to personal brands.

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For example, when it comes to when it comes to making

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happy forgiveness or support for Mr. Kane,

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the public system said that Allah subhana wa jal has given me the choice and I will make support even more than 70 cents.

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And so he is referring to what you're doing, which is making it difficult for them which again, is relating it to the verse and how to fulfill that verse I'm Listen, I know it's Allah given the choice, but also when,

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when almost no,

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one should be here. Now later, he was prohibited.

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And he asked me for permission.

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And he later he was

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tired first of the first Allah subhanho wa Taala give the problem have a system of choice. What is make us too far for Mr. Kenan?

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Unless the hell was dialysis? If you make a support for them or not, they will not be forgiving. And he This is giving him the choice.

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Later, yeah, and it was prohibited for him. But originally, he was getting into so he said that almost no one has given me the choice and I will do it Jenny is is showing that when he's making it, the cost for them is implementing that verse in the Quran.

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So if you relate his statement to the verse, that's one way that we know that flows in the category number eight are implementing.

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Secondly, he performed the act right after a specific revelation in which it is clear that what he is doing is fulfilling the directors of that

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Religion.

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So for example, when when Allah subhanho wa Taala told the provinces tell them

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to give his his wife, a choice between staying with him

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and leaving leaving him and getting the things of this building as opposed to the hereafter. And immediately as soon as that verses was revealed, the polycephalum went to his wife and gave him the choice. So there's a verse repeat reveal that we see the puppet system acting correspondingly right after it, we know that that is no unknown number number eight.

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Similarly,

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and we may not find that we find a direct relationship between the verse This is the third way MDX.

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For example,

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Allah subhana wa tada says in the Quran orders the believers to make the Love Around beta logic, while we know that the promises and didn't know what the law says, we know what's the basis. So when we saw the public system doing it, and we know that he is implementing

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that verse,

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okay, I'm saying, that's why I said, we know this, and we know it.

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And, again, also the same action might have a little bit of hope.

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Again, these things are

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these are things that we are supposed to follow.

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It is also permissible to make

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any face or to take the general statement of the Quran, and make it particularly by the actions by the actions of the public, maybe both of them right.

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And he does propose the city may have done something, showing us within the particular cases the ruling, or that the ruling from the crown or the revelation doesn't apply to those

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particular case.

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Number Number nine.

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Then while waiting for revelation, I think we basically we said everything that needed to be said about that last time, there is the revelation that come confirms what the prophets have said and did, then is this good work, and the action based on the same ruling as implied in the revelation.

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But if the revelation comes in it is contrary to what the Bible says. And indeed,

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then of course, is action is not

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considered effective.

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Any questions about the quick

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over an hour quick, quickly going through numbers, one through nine.

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Any questions about the

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question? Everything's clear, by give you like, if you have you have an action of the process, and you would be able to tell me which category it

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falls into.

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So by the time we're done, you're going to get another flowchart.

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And that flowchart is going to be and if you follow that flowchart, you'll be able to know what to do with respect to the actions of the process.

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We can stop your life, or we can

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continue the few I know what time it is waiting for a phone call. So

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we haven't done to number 10.

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We haven't done number two yet, or number 10.

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Number two, we can do now if you like probably won't take too long. But if

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number two are those actions, as we mentioned, these are the actions that the system were naturally disposed to

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it regardless of what the Arabic might imply,

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because last time I had a question with our

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teaching English as a second language specialist today.

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It doesn't mean these are actions that the person had no choice about

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that this was his nature and therefore he did this. But these are these include those things Yes, but also includes those things that you like to do. He did things a specific way because you like to do.

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Also on average,

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what he was saying no,

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I cannot hear the specialist was saying no. So I can

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Yeah, I know. But

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so with respect to the we can divide them into two categories of

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at the onset, we can divide them into two categories. Those have a non voluntary nature

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and secondly, those of a voluntary nature.

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Are you were

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those of

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non voluntary nature are things that he did.

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And he by necessity not he did not intend to do them for example, when he smiled,

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when he smiles and spaces it up, it was part of the moon,

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obviously, and you cannot

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do that

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the quality

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of that

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number also, and when he got mad at faces to

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my pain, like

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I cannot follow his example and when he's not when he's not angry, and he decides have nothing to do with the Sharia because they have nothing to do with technical responsibility.

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Things, although you'll find them in the books of some nuts and bolts of headache, you'll find them from a soldier point of view and they have nothing to do with some of the things that we should fall with.

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Okay, sure. With respect, by the way, and this category, we have, we do have to distinguish between two types of likes and dislikes.

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One is likes and dislikes that are related to the Sharia. For example, He loves in an or belief and faith and good deeds, and he dislikes hypocrisy will manipulate

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them to the topic of and voila.

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Now it is kind of like and dislike, obviously we have to follow. We're supposed to follow those, but his personal dislikes for life. And he does he like specific type of food and he didn't like specific type of food or he liked clothes with a specific color. And he didn't like

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whenever color this is the this is the one that we're we're trying to talk about here.

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Whether this would fall under the second category, any of the clothes from his nature, we are not good

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enough

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to have to like

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that's something that falls under these things like

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now here, we're talking about Association vectors, what have you got in the medic, who said that after the process and him came back from the booth, he was one of the people who had who did not join the book,

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expedition, Kevin

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saramonic come to the gym. And it's up to the promises from smart smiles at him the smile of the person who was angry,

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and even, like smile and these things, they have different meanings to them if you're a company, especially

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because I've used many different types of things.

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And another thing is sometimes it's difficult to to figure out

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what he what he really meant.

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But so there's there's been those types of accidents, he liked what she did out of choice with intention. And if for example, the way the certain types of food that you ate, the way that he ate the way that he sat the way that you walked, and he these are all actions which were normal for him. And they

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can he that he did out of choice, they were not things like the first category he cannot control.

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under this category, we have four related actually three levels, three related cases.

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One is the case was promiseland used to perform something in a specific manner or way and he used to always do it in the same manner.

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For example, He used to sleep on his right side

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when sleeping He was to put the right hand under his cheek

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he was to eat with his right then used to drink with three so forth.

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Now again, if there's a statement about these that moves it out of the stuff, like eating with your right hand the promises and orders that people see with it right and that moves it out of the carpet into another template but as for the other things that he did on a constant basis and exists the fact that he did them on a constant basis This is not evidence

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and is it

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that they are obligatory recommend

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any agenda simply move on

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by definition of little food

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By the definition of a badass

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like

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the only thing is the post SLM said you cannot sleep on your on your stomach. So if you sleep on your right, bring it back to the left

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to do it,

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yeah, because there's a famous, there's a famous on the process of sleeping on your stomach and even he felt when he kicked him remember who it was

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maybe it was

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muffler

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that he did not tell you why he didn't.

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So, the only thing that these things prove again is that they are permissible.

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Secondly, there are things that you used to do to meet these necessities like and he has to eat. So, each specific food he has to make money. So humans in certain way

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or the way that he got married or getting married from specific tribes and so forth. Again, these are not they are simply things that he did showing that they are promised

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things that you did by choice out of his own preference. Also, he performed specific deeds at specific times, like use the streets at a specific time or used to eat at a specific time again, these things have no bearing on the Sharia whatsoever.

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Now with these actions that you did out of choice, and his personal life that of choice, they can be divided into two categories.

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One category, yeah.

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Yeah, these are three points that we have to consider.

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Okay. Now, yeah, this is no, you opened up another door here. The hava is one of the Sahaba says the Prophet system dislike something or he prohibited something or he ordered something, we have to discuss whether that means the province has said that he didn't like it, or you ordered it or it wasn't his practice to do it.

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You have to distinguish between the two, we might get to that later. Let me not get off topic here. So we can finish in

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between the things that he did out of personal like, out of choice is two categories. One, are those related to data

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related to the act of worship, and those which are not related to that?

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I will explain that in a minute.

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First, those that have no relationship to that devotion, okay, such as the kind of food he ate the road that he took so far. As I said earlier, the staff has no bearing on the career, there's not good work simply means do things and mobile, if you want to do them, you may do them. And if you don't do them, there's no, there's no problem.

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The only exception to this, as I mentioned earlier is that if you leave something which is critical,

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and you leave it claiming this is the way to get closer to Allah subhanaw taala. This is the this is completely innovation to be rejected now about

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that public tested and did by choice out of his personal desires that are not related to about can we say that they are was to have or prefer to recommend

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some, as you said,

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about these actions

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that he that he did out of his personal life out of this choice, that are not have no relation to acts of worship? Can we say that there must have

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instead of just saying the MOBA, can we say that there must be? Why not?

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Yeah.

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You're saying something from the city a point of view?

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Okay.

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Okay. The argument, there's two arguments for saying that there's

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two possible options. Number one,

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is this the apparent nature of these actions?

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But is it the artistry?

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This is one.

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And since we cannot prove that they are obligatory, it must be recommended.

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That's one of

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the second argument is admitting that the basic case of these actions and they are not to say they are not related to the Sharia, and they are simply MOBA for the purposes.

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But this argument says that they will move us to the province of Finland, but not for us.

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And it was permissible for the private citizen But for us, it becomes Mr. house because we are supposed to follow the example the processes.

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So there are things that yesterday they didn't have anything to do with this area, and for the purposes in them. It was more

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But since he did it, we should do it and therefore they become

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a real special occasion. I mean,

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about.

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Okay, we are assuming obviously, that is not from his proposal

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with respect to these, and in order to reply to these two arguments, we can divide the action into three categories. Hope you're not getting locked.

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Actually, I had an outline that I was going to put on the board, so you won't get lost. But to get up and put it on the board.

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This is the actions that you did by choice. out of his own personal like, that has nothing to do with the shape. I mean, that has nothing to do with.

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Okay, can we say that there must have? Well, there's three categories of these tests that one is the one that he pointed to can In other words, you mentioned something about it, that is no longer from this category, it goes to that category over here.

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That's okay. People find the second category is something that suppose has been

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performed any.

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The first one is something that the public system spoke about saying the data is good, or the sex is bad. And it is what we're talking about and goes over those two statements.

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Today, again, he looked up long enough from Oban to be able to say this,

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this was

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good. The second category is those things that he did, he performed in a specific manner. And he did them over and over again, such as the way that the teacher and he used to speak with his right hand on his cheek and sleep on his right side, or he used to eat with just pretend his hand is the problem. And here we have two conflicting principles. The first principle is that the SLO the basic date, and these matters, is that they are not socially acceptable by

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the time pretends to politician and did them repeatedly, it gives us the impression that they might be more than

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most preferred.

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But it seems to me between the two, the,

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or the natural the normal case, experts, and have Alaska has an interesting kind of a psychological, as

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you said, it's normal for people that when they do something, they do this, they do it the same way all the time.

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And you just keep them free from trying to figure out how are they going to do it this time. And every time you do it the same way. And this leaves your mind free to concentrate on other things, kind of an interesting argument that by completely lacking the rest of the lesson for the normal case of these things, or not.

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And the third category is those things that you did sometimes, and he may have been a once or twice, and he didn't do very often. And obviously we will not call it and there's

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no

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reason in starting with this and then going.

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Now we go to those actions that he did out of personal dislike.

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He did out of personal like,

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out of joy. He

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had a threat and they are related to events. In other words, the things that he did just before the act of worship, or just after the act of worship, or on the way to the act of worship or during the act.

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How should we treat these

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different categories.

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The first category is something that is directly related to the activity.

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For example, sitting between the two of us.

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Some might put this down here.

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Maybe maybe just something that you'd like to do and you take a rest and sit and stand up again.

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These kinds of actions or the way he says about

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these kinds of actions, is clear fairly clear that they're almost their preferred.

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Some scholars even say they are way okay, but most likely when they say that

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they are putting them in this category.

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They're not dealing with them in the way that we're we're dealing with.

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The ones who say is, what is their thing I need this. This is the way the publicist didn't explain how to make the hot weather, Jehovah and therefore it is also

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not