Status Of The Sunnah

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Living on social

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ma ma, ma,

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ma ma.

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I have to mention at the beginning of this the weather

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mentioned that two years ago,

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he refused refuse to give me a room that is much

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more debating a topic

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And we finally conclude and

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the topic we're going to discuss is the wave or how to

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preserve the cinema.

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And this is an important topic, especially the reason for

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that is it

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is a constant source of attack

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by both non Muslims held by many Muslims, and you will have some unfortunate misunderstanding.

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With respect to the non Muslims, they realize that if you divorce the foreigner from Islam, then you can interpret the Quran in almost any way.

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he pulled in,

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to debate with the Hadith,

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he said when is the break with them do not stick to just the plan.

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But make them go through the process. Because if you just stick to the plan, so people open and people can interpret it anywhere they want

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to make and stick to the plan to the tune of the competition, which explains the

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many people, many enemies that attempt to do they also realize that that and therefore they are trying their best to attack the tune of the public sector to divorce descended from Islam, and therefore, to work in

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And at the same time there is

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we can say that is among Muslims themselves. There is some

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something about the gentleman from ignorance or some lack of knowledge concerning how the signal is

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recorded for how to do

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and to this day still, if you talk to them about for example, the recording of habeas

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corpus, I'm only for many years for maybe 200 years ago, and it's not uncommon to find

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In the Quran, if anyone tried to attempt to put on heavy lifting to take all the positions without without discipline, when someone tries to take the suit, because of our ignorance, sometimes we don't do exactly the same.

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So therefore it is important for us to realize and to study how Allah subhanaw taala deserves the Son of the Father.

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Son the concept of the constant exam I hope everyone

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should be should be very familiar with the importance of discernment. And I just want to talk about how the Haribo how the semen

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As we look to the Quran, again,

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how the plan was preserved, everyone knows that the ground was preserved violet diabetologist

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it was preserved by the hobbit was preserved by human beings, a lot of how a data used to human beings to preserve

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the Quran. In the same way all the data used to human beings to do the edits.

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Before discussing this point,

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we can add the

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key that the ID or the pin of the public sector was guaranteed.

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What I mean by that, is there any guarantee in the bond

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have a data to deal with some of the public?

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Well, we can argue that

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that the finance department doesn't have to do

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one of these

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are based on the growth of the plant and the other one is based on

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Ron Howard Howard

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Allah says,

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Allah Subhana Allah says that barely we

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reveal the difference. And we will preserve.

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Now the question arises, what's the meaning of the word difference and this word

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implies or has different meanings as requirement, for example, in February about his book on the font, because

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that can have many different meanings in the font as well. Purim upon itself.

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It could also mean that it

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can handle dialysis and

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the money

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that we have revealed them to the different in order to explain the meltdown that has been revealed to them.

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Most likely refers to the sooner the problem, because the sooner the billing explains the plan, supplying practice.

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To handle data says we reveal on to the victim in order to explain what was real or not as explained to them, it means they're being revealed or give you the sooner in order to explain to mankind

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the difference in some verses in the Quran, it could mean semanas other examples

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refers to the sinner as

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well we have to go back to the verse

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What is the meaning of this verse?

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from the Quran,

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the Quran, the Quran,

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the singer or often involves the Quran and the Sunnah.

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Supposedly the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada

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says that we reveal or we reveal the Koran. And we feel

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like you really have different versus not just upon.

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Because I love to handle data when I left the hotel is going to preserve the plan.

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The plan is both the letters of the Quran and also the meaning of the

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battle and not just preserve validity of the

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data also preserve the meaning of the

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of the public.

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I don't want to get into this topic of how the president explained the Quran. But just to pick one example.

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And hold on all the time with Allah orders up to the end of the season.

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And the word use and LeBron is yet

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what do we have yet to never

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have any extra it's never been like

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after after pointing out all the grammatical

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Okay, let me

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you don't like me sometimes because I like

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if you go through the books on Arabic language, like

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for example, there's another verse in the Quran talking about how to let go. Okay.

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What does that mean? Wash your hands you think Hannah's to hear all of my nose allisyn wash your hands here, say the meaning of his

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teeth from here to here.

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Any cars is

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going to translate?

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So how do we know that the book will find the perfect at the end of the season? You

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know, because the Prophet says the central claim of Iran and he's

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absolutely can have as many examples like that, that we could get but I want to get into other things.

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When I was a pharmacist

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And it could not be the performances

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because as you said, it doesn't make sense just to preserve the Quran because the Quran is both another enemy

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of the Quran and

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most of the Quran and the Sunnah are the means of the summit later.

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Whichever of those latter two means, it is a promise from a lot of data,

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it is a mistake or stating the facts and the data, that he is the one who is going to preserve the heads of the provinces

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versus just about the Quran, I needed nothing connected from behind or from front or behind it to visit the farm, but this is in particular, I mean, this was the plan in particular.

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And we can say that, it includes the pillar of the public sector,

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what is the farmer from all

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the data that he is the one who is preserving the

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second, the second argument, which is what I called alchemy or logical arguments,

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keep in mind the demands of on

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much hospitality continues

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to drop

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I haven't found

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anything is the position or the place of the film and the plan has been confirmed in over 40 places.

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Logically speaking, from what we know all the data from what we know,

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what the sound is all about, does it make sense a $100 order to

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propose deposits

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or is it all the competition in Germany

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versus France and at the same time,

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them to be locked?

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What is known logic and everything is

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something that we cannot conceive of as data, because it doesn't make sense to have a data

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burden to pull beyond what you can read out in order to support of this

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data will not work

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unless it makes sure that the thing that can exist.

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So, there is some evidence that in fact the theme of the process. And the thing of course, of course, is tech captured in electrical medical literature.

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There is some evidence as to how the call center there must have been preserved.

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The next question is How was it preserved.

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Like in the case of the bond, as I stated earlier,

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it is preserved through the actions of human beings.

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To go back in time with the positives,

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we can start to see from the time the process and how the team has apologized

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for an appointment

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is it the father believes in the promises and then as the prophet or messenger bus

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and they believe that the words is for for aspiring pilots.

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So therefore, during his lifetime, he would do his best to listen and to capture and memorize everything and take home with the public health.

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For example, then obviously they had to take care of his own live vocal. So they could not only do with the public listening, but even in locations where there

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are many of them will make arrangements to make sure that they will not look the

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For example, I

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had one of the neighbors come down

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these to take turns

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when they are

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looking for work.

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And then when he goes back home and he tells his neighbor, what's

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the next date on thought he would go through the halls and listen to all the deposits. And then when he goes home, he says above

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So from the time of the public sentiment, if you realize the position of the public sector then we should realize it from that time. However, we're very eager to learn the headings and

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also as recording the hands

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used to speak in such a way that it would be easy to comprehend and you

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Easy to remember. And many times used to see things three times for the people

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to grasp.

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Not only that,

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sometimes when people heard

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from another hobby, and another companions, a politician, they will not be satisfied,

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satisfied with lots of different reports of satisfied employees, until they go back to the Hall of residence, and ask the public says, Did you did

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you find many headaches

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in which someone needs to apologize to them and said,

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that you said,

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we find another example. For example, I wanted

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to add some about the drive that you said

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before you sleep, and the process of building that drive.

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up afterwards, he repeated the glass to the public.

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Even during the time closer to the nose, many

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people will do that. But to

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capture the headache and quality, memorize it and the public sector system, as I said, by seeking, loading and living sometimes

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three times the course the easiest way,

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the easiest way.

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Easiest way to memorize hobbies is by applying the heading

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plan, if you hear the politician and say do this, or you should use

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your private IDs and that way you will be able to memorize it. And that, of course, is one example of the problems is to have this whenever they heard anything from the profits that

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needed to be applied.

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Now there's one other thing to

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consider many people.

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Before I get to that issue, I just want to say that

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suppose it was the case that the holidays are not recorded.

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This necessarily mean that the ad is not preserved.

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Sometimes when they

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talk about the origin of the population,

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they give the impression that we're not recorded.

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It's not possible that they could have been preserved probably

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not because

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normally, what is not enough

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money, therefore the edits

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as I said, some of the

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writers themselves have been affected by this idea in the past.

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was the argument is wrong in itself, because just because something is not recorded, and written down does not mean necessarily that is not deserve.

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This many, many poems from the time

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that had been preserved and for this day, and they were not recorded until hundreds of years after the death of actual poets who decided. So it doesn't necessarily mean that

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not recorded or

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written down with any form of

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personal and other words, the argument that they're making is not really consistent or not really valid.

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Then the second question is, the second part of that was what are the heaviest causes actually recorded? Or when did they start to be recorded?

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Well, there's some debate among Muslims about this issue.

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And it seems to revolve around the fact that there's some

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things that the public has said,

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disapprove or disallow the recording of his heavy

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subsidies in which the

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company will not record it for me.

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It is headed to find that all of them are we a typical one

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and that's the head either side is

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found in for him.

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And his head is

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stated that anyone who recorded anything from him other than Ron cigarettes

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some people can conclude that Harry's was not permitted by the hospital to record hurried

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and harried were not recorded during the time of hospital and they were not recorded for many years. After that.

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Go in any issue, whether it be in profit or anything

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and even other sizes, not just related to gene

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any issue is not logical.

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And it's not proper scientific method to take one evidence,

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one piece of evidence and to make a conclusion based on that one piece of evidence,

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you have to look at the other evidence, and it can give you the complete picture.

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So, for example, if we look through the province, and

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we look to see if there's any evidence that the head is involved in and we're recording all this, the process of allowing the recording,

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or the deposit that I'm on top have had it recorded.

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We have ways to upload the evidence and see which one is stronger, what our conclusion can be.

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Well, there's many headaches, the headaches of abdominal

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pain pay that used to record everything that the politician said.

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And some of the holidays, they called

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the father

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that does not do that. Because the prophets I tell him as a human being, like, maybe if he gets angry, or somebody says something that he didn't want me to put

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out and log back in.

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And he asked, because he said, I was according to the

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criteria in general looking

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for the

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right record

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for nothing, but the truth is,

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he doesn't say anything except for you. And if he's not, or whatever, nothing but the truth is up to

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you phone call. He called him to record that he gave

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explicit permission to record that.

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We find another example

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during the power pilgrimage

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that Dylan gave him

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after the hook, but now obviously, any hook about the policy

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with small logistical headaches

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after the hook line from one

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record to another book is recorded, and will be given cookie

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has a shot into the bottom.

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And he asked if

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he could have had it recorded for him,

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for the politician and for one of his gripes. And by the way,

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the most recent research shows that

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the deposit president had at least 60 people who work and just to record

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by the time they woke up on

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the phone

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to record that could work.

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another occasion

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we find that the prophets I send them wrote letters

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to them from Rome.

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To the Emperor

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he wrote letters to some of the governor's like I didn't even have to call him

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and other people

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tell him how the law written for him

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in the process and I'm have a letter written for him that said from happening, let it fly even now, the clerk when he gets some of the rules

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up here and the rules

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what are the rules what

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you wrote in that letter is the same thing as what we call

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a statement is

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that recorded down and sent right even outside of

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all of these letters that the public system has had recorded for him and had written for him are examples of headaches before recorded during the lifetime of

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both rebind and other evidence provided a list of Labine technical Atomy PhD dissertations

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is on this topic is published by ECG

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to study the newly added literature

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there is or what we can conclude from the evidence is that the province doesn't allow the recording of headaches. Sometimes we even ask for certain other headings to be formed. And if there were some Cahaba milovanovic in one of them and other Sahaba will have their own collections of headings.

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And it seems that the head is about the size of the coverage in which the both of

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them not to record anything from him except the fun.

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Either this was an early period of exam because it will say the problem became a meme a long time before the incident took over. Sadly

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In the case that the first thing revealed that the processing and did not allow people to record

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or could have been the case, so what the processes are meant by that

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situation, which is in some of the other narrations

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telling him not to record his hobbies on the same sheet of paper, almost to the papers at the same time as the client and if you're not misbehaving on the team,

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we're recording during the lifetime of the process.

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During his own lifetime, there will not be recorded on a mass scale, the recording of headaches, as opposed to what some ways the plane flooded during the time, the lifetime of the promises

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continued after

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the Civil army in his PhD dissertation records, something like 36 kochava, who had their own lives with hate, including all the data, including

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there was even an incident in London by a comedy and with somebody narrated a headache to have lira,

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as one of the methods by the way, both in terms of

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someone who carried a heavy weight and he pulled on the head, it

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was never it was by you

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told him that if that is the case,

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then you will find my book, very happy to have the nice was home. And Surprise, surprise that the room was filled with papers on recording.

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Today, we're recording Danny from the talent processing problems like them. Afterwards, during the time of the huddle.

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I will go through as I said,

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all of these people had

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collections of headaches.

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And they pass them on to the students, one of the

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most important of those

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preserved from the time of Aveda, and in the same paper has been discovered recently.

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So if you can put a

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recording of the recording of something as a good way of preserving it. Or even if you consider a network that equal preserving as well as the history of Eddie's had met that condition, and is a heading for recording from the time of the publication.

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But that's not all that we find in the history of Islam.

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We find also that the Sahaba. Now when we talk about the preservation of the way,

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we're not just talking about passing on, from one person to the other, but we're talking about passing on property correctly, as the Father says, see from the state three from a distance economist,

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I want to talk about Patreon in any way shape or form. But we mean passing it on and leaving it as pure

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unadulterated as the politician said these

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are just the recording had it by the way is not sufficient for the

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for the Auditor General more

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fabricating ideas or saying something there's some positives in a while, in fact, this is not from the politician

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that whoever and he says my party, which is not true.

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I was getting through breaking breaking was already said

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I'm used to working in

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emergency room warn the Muslim, by the way in some narrations of the editor, the word matamata and

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it just says that whoever

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whoever like the High Court is usually translated that way the line that is meant to lie down

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does not

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ever pass.

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That is not correct. Because the season How far

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is the person that the person himself will go? Johnny and native residents are now because

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now as I said in some of the reasons of Elliott by the way this

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has been narrated through 117 different

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thing from about 70 different

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than it is recording, record motion. So the important idea for the public, I put them in more than one occasion, and make sure that the other has acknowledged, or this important motion until

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now the importance of the fact that the damage done or intentionally is nothing all the narrations of the headies

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is because in the Arabic language here, we come back to everything in

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Canada, what does that mean? How would you

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to say anything, which is not the truth?

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What's the difference between that and like,

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if you make a mistake,

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if you make a mistake in English, we call that a lot. And everything you call that, to us are repetitive,

00:31:07--> 00:31:10

repetitive, and if someone says something is wrong,

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that's why we want to have a bit of another to having

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put the Bible Mohammed. And he didn't mean to resign, but him to him.

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As correct and everything was just what do you think.

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So what this implies and how the people have understood this,

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when they leave during the holidays, they have to be very careful and narrating the heavy property.

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Exactly as the positives and

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many of the father like even the hoods and other days to the fire, when when asked about how to get

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out of fear that they're going to add even the slightest.

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The slightest change, maybe doesn't even seem

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like he had a fear of

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it. But he said something that the public says he says the public doesn't observe that in effect.

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entertainers have always at the end of the day, they will say something like, Oh, come on. I need this position begin

00:32:17--> 00:32:26

to the Cahaba knew the importance and realize the importance of women already had is that the narrated exactly as the public.

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But we're not just passing on information, but they're making sure that the information is being passed on properly.

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And also the took an active role.

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During the time of the poverty,

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the tape

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took an active role to make sure that people are transmitting or passing properly without making the state

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required from the time of the first time.

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People call it a book.

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Because he was the first one who introduced the concept of taking I read as making sure that they were correct.

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Like when the grandmother came to have a look.

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And said to him that

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about their inheritance.

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And I

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told her that I find nothing for you in the book of Allah from as opposed to some

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other time of era.

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In Java, he said that the public setting them up to another one

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who could ask them to bring a witness another person who will corroborate what you said. But he brought

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another one

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who cooperated

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not because you brought them up because they doubted me.

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But I'm working with science to make sure that ideas are transmitted. And people are very careful when they say that the public referendum said or

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even for example, that that was the purpose

00:34:10--> 00:34:11

is the case of pathology.

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have to say the word the name of it very slowly, because I have attempted to put down before the

00:34:25--> 00:34:27

other words again without have

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any have permission to enter

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your permission three times. And I was not given to him. So he

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finally came up to the top and he found him and he said where are you going? Why are you

00:34:44--> 00:34:45

gone? So I

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said that if you ask permission returns and it's not given to us in return.

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We know how tough

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I have actually a quote that I drink and I would love to.

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let me know that

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he said that if you do not bring a witness, because you think I would have you put

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the most, I'm sure he would have

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a golden incident. And they said,

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he called the group of the Sahaba. This is what happened on I needed a witness that somebody else who heard the province has

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decided they are divisive in the Public Enemy collaborated on the Muslim

00:35:50--> 00:35:57

code, and most of it, I have no doubt about you. And he's not saying he's not taking other horses alive or anything like

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that, I have no doubts about that, we have to be careful, we have to be careful how people transmit knowledge. And

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by the way, this later develops into a very well known science in

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the hands of

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the king was in between those narratives who are making

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the big strides to make sure that people are narrating it properly. Find the people who are making mistakes,

00:36:35--> 00:36:38

find the people who are translating properly.

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This kind of picking up headed by the way, I call it.

00:36:47--> 00:36:53

I call this one checking because you go from one person and you take it how do you pay somebody else.

00:36:55--> 00:36:57

He also had something with that call center.

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mcnabola that was either.

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Once again, I suppose we're happy

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it's coming to make the head

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go to him and asked him about some Have you heard from the public.

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So what happened to Mary and any beer directly from

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one of those dimensions is

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that the problem has been observed that

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doesn't take

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notes by taking it from the heart of the believer.

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without a takeaway, and

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binaries, all of those people have died, and then their whole lives

00:38:19--> 00:38:19

going on.

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The team Danny never heard of before, and maybe it was something new for him.

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So the next year, a lot

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has been happening because the next year the following two years after that, to get over Nicaragua, go

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ask him about that.

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So he wants to be back in Villa and narrated in exactly the same and

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vice versa. Now I'm sure that you memorize it correctly or exactly from the public. Because he narrated in exactly the same manner. So use that as an evidence that in fact, you memorize the property. So this is what I call time.

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The important thing again, all of these incidents

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are from the time of the Father

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from the time of time

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and the time of

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the farm the time of the project will and people were taking and trying to JT that they can't get to any of the processing and probably

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the one final point that we should discuss about the kochava before moving on to the some of the terrain

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what I've described so far what's the goal

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of making sure our listeners

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pat me on the

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Now what about the integrity of the father? Is it possible?

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Is it possible that some of us may have fabricated any

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one of the invented ideas?

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And in fact, can you?

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Is it

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If we look to the Quran, for example,

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in Arabic language when we say

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what we mean by

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just to a person of integrity, but in general view, the personal character,

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and honest honesty and dignity.

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If we go through the Quran,

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we find a different person, all of what Allah describes as the hub of the public.

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In some of those verses Allah, Allah clearly says that Allah lot to handle data pleases them

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all the time, but is it possible to handle the data to say about someone who's going to fabricate

00:41:31--> 00:41:35

little evidence on the bond that it is inconceivable?

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Impossible, that any of the hava

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72 headings. Okay.

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So since we're, since we're talking about that aspect, that is a non tentative obviously, we have to ask yourself about the other asset

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classes properly are they made mistakes. And then after that, they were very careful, even check each other to make sure that

00:42:01--> 00:42:04

the hedges they they married was correct.

00:42:09--> 00:42:13

The past this level of headaches, and the level of oxycodone

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pills are known as the

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next generation.

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And the problem has been observed that the best generation of his generation, and then the one after us, and then what happens, we're talking about the second one of these three grid generation.

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When the time was,

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the recording of the headache was

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more widely occurred, wider basis. Again, if you go back to Dr. atomies. Dissertation, as many examples,

00:42:50--> 00:42:52

he mentioned that he's seven years old.

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During the time of the terrain, the science

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or the manner of Java tidying, or checking,

00:43:07--> 00:43:10

the narration of everybody was also on hand.

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One of the

00:43:17--> 00:43:24

end of the survey wants to hear how do you promote a person who inherited from somebody else, they would always go back to that person or to do a similar

00:43:26--> 00:43:28

effect to make sure that the Edit was never improperly.

00:43:31--> 00:43:37

So all the things that we find during the times of the hobby were enhanced, and also still existed during the time of this event.

00:43:39--> 00:43:43

And again, we're still talking about the early generations in the early years. And

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what we're seeing is attendees are being preserved and guarded from the time of the politicians. There's no gap. There's no period, say 200 years,

00:43:54--> 00:44:03

or 50 years, I like to waffle 50 years or 40 years in which there's some gap, you know, really what happened to the materials during that time.

00:44:05--> 00:44:08

But also during time of the terrain, there was something

00:44:09--> 00:44:13

that you find it during the time of hubbub that you don't really recognize.

00:44:14--> 00:44:16

And that's the use of this, none of

00:44:17--> 00:44:18

us have

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said that. And if you do not use that.

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And it's not, by the way, is the chain of narrative from your back to politics.

00:44:31--> 00:44:34

Instead, if you don't use it, it's not that anybody can say whatever you want.

00:44:36--> 00:44:38

Then we had a bit of luck and where did you get it home?

00:44:45--> 00:44:48

And his early divine they said this is from the gene

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because this is something deep and it's a part of your religion, because religion so you have a lot of people who are getting your religious

00:45:00--> 00:45:07

To make sure that they are they are people of integrity and make sure that when they transmit or transmitted

00:45:11--> 00:45:14

so many times during the party period

00:45:16--> 00:45:24

or during surveillance, they decide, or this manner of company, or the use of this law begin to be quite powerful.

00:45:26--> 00:45:30

But they always say the party who they never come back to the policy.

00:45:34--> 00:45:35

So, we have a nervous

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system time of the Shahada from the time he went on the process, and

00:45:42--> 00:45:44

we have a recording of how to use

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people to make sure that people are level headed properly.

00:45:53--> 00:45:56

Something else which is happening down the pub,

00:45:58--> 00:46:00

I've already talked quite a bit already.

00:46:01--> 00:46:07

But even the kochava once the hobby he doubled, the 111 headed

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to hear directly from the prisoner really from the public.

00:46:13--> 00:46:16

Any more than that one another for hobbies, he went to Egypt.

00:46:18--> 00:46:20

So ask someone about

00:46:22--> 00:46:23

if you heard some

00:46:24--> 00:46:31

person heard it narrated to him, he said to him that you and I are the only two people who have covered it directly from

00:46:34--> 00:46:37

that person, just to make sure that the hair isn't sitting.

00:46:40--> 00:46:40


00:46:43--> 00:46:52

he was up if not executive jogging, I didn't want to do their desire for learning, I didn't want to have you have been the one to have, oh, you know, so many.

00:46:54--> 00:47:01

Because one person died and I bought the super young and he did not live with maturity for a long time.

00:47:02--> 00:47:03

But he said,

00:47:05--> 00:47:19

I learned many hardships, and going through an oppressive standing COVID the human virus is what used to do is stand outside the door of the other kochava the oldest to have it and wait for them to come out.

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And when they come out

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that time we have the development of

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gatherings where the teacher or the person who has a headache would have

00:47:42--> 00:47:47

to have put together a very themself used to stand by the way one third of the night

00:47:49--> 00:47:52

praying on Saturday night sleeping in one third of the night.

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All of these things are from the beginning of the time of the process and from the time of departure.

00:48:04--> 00:48:06

So this is three things are good guarantee that the

00:48:08--> 00:48:11

call center will be preserved from the time and

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another important question

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that we must address

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fabricating. I've had it

00:48:26--> 00:48:27

this is important.

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When did the fabricator remember when I first became open?

00:48:35--> 00:48:38

Some people told me in my details, you'll know who these people are.

00:48:40--> 00:48:40

The look of

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it, there are so many heavy fabricators that there's no way for us to present Hattie's work.

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Now, because the fabrication of headies began, you know, before these other sciences were developed, or before at least or recorded or before the death, what I needed was to use or before the novel to use that we might have a big problem

00:49:05--> 00:49:08

with the fabrication of Harry

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Well, according to one writer is in

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the fabrication of heads again during the Battle of public

00:49:30--> 00:49:37

health, obviously, and if we want to prove when the fabrication of headaches begins, at least the story that we use as evidence should be to

00:49:39--> 00:49:44

Canada the story that he uses, also is the fabrication itself.

00:49:45--> 00:49:50

And his evidence itself is a fabrication. And in fact, how do you begin to become

00:49:55--> 00:49:56

closer to the

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Some of them said it began during the time of fitness during the time of the

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civil war between optimizing the depth of

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evidence provided after the after the death of minor during the time of goodness, nothing more divided.

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As long as you haven't

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got sufficient evidence to say that any for establishing because nothing were divided into two groups, does that mean that they started fabricating

00:50:43--> 00:50:49

their argument is that the dividing two groups and each group begin to fabricate it against the other.

00:50:54--> 00:50:56

For more power, talking about how

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to have

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an independent or the party, the civil war that took place was a civil war for the sake of

00:51:07--> 00:51:10

both groups. And what they found for that, as a group

00:51:12--> 00:51:14

provides during the day and prayed together like

00:51:17--> 00:51:17

I will not

00:51:19--> 00:51:20

apply guy based on

00:51:21--> 00:51:22

his rope.

00:51:24--> 00:51:28

For the pipe gang for the sake of crypto, they're not going to fabricate it.

00:51:32--> 00:51:39

A graph that people have this opinion, can you provide us any evidence that any more complicated anything has done? Can you give us the name of any of the properties

00:51:43--> 00:51:44


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they cannot bring any evidence?

00:51:48--> 00:51:52

And even during that time already say with the dissolve of the club? Will not?

00:51:55--> 00:52:01

Even during that time, there was many Sahaba who was still alive? Do you think it's possible for someone to fabricate some of

00:52:03--> 00:52:07

the say deposits as an incentive, while clinical Halverson life

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00:52:11--> 00:52:12

on to live

00:52:13--> 00:52:15

in a manner that none of us

00:52:17--> 00:52:22

so there's no evidence to say that I didn't begin to fabricate.

00:52:25--> 00:52:26

The only evidence

00:52:28--> 00:52:31

that we can find is during the last quarter of the

00:52:34--> 00:52:37

last quarter of the century, somebody asked somebody else

00:52:39--> 00:52:43

navigate How do you even favor one of the politically

00:52:45--> 00:52:47

we don't have anyone to actually fabricate

00:52:49--> 00:52:52

but we have evidence that someone asked somebody else to fabricate

00:52:54--> 00:53:01

evidence that we that we can find her the earliest of the strongest evidence we can find and therefore we can

00:53:04--> 00:53:05

have or defy them.

00:53:06--> 00:53:08

And many new people haven't been the

00:53:10--> 00:53:12

government was not correctly.

00:53:14--> 00:53:19

editor properly during that time, we can conclude it at the earliest

00:53:20--> 00:53:24

than the last quarter of the first century was when the fabricator

00:53:27--> 00:53:28

during the last quarter.

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Which was

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as I stated earlier,

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after every call recorded on a large scale office the day

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after the facts have

00:53:44--> 00:53:44

already been

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So in other words the cars already had

00:53:53--> 00:53:54

and they're protecting the

00:53:55--> 00:53:56

spotlight lot of people fabricate

00:53:58--> 00:53:59

and it was easy for them to plug them

00:54:01--> 00:54:02

in to remove them

00:54:05--> 00:54:12

in the question answer period of time and remember that someone would like to ask about how many heads were actually fabricated.

00:54:14--> 00:54:16

I'll just end with one final comment

00:54:19--> 00:54:21

and then open the floor for questions or comments.

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The final comment is that some people say that they

00:54:32--> 00:54:40

of fabricated bodies. And the existence of weak is an evidence that the funding of the public open and that helps preserve property.

00:54:44--> 00:54:45

I claim

00:54:46--> 00:54:59

what makes the claim that I claim that exists existence of weak Eddie's and the existence of fabricated or heavy porcelain classified as we can talk about is fabricated, as an evidence that the eddies of deposits have been on word

00:55:04--> 00:55:16

Because if the cause did not do this, it will cause not through what is authentic and what isn't authentic, then you can say that that is not like the case of the Bible or the case of the church.

00:55:18--> 00:55:23

Very close enough for what is proper and what is improper. So they would have no idea what the correct what is

00:55:26--> 00:55:40

what is the cause of Islam, opening this pharmacy data would preserve the cinema, as we discussed earlier, they distinguish between those reports and the reports

00:55:41--> 00:55:42

and both

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and this is a sign that the eddies in other words

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and it's not the fact

00:55:52--> 00:55:55

that Thomas I will end the talk and open the closed

00:56:02--> 00:56:04

meeting honey lightning

00:56:31--> 00:56:34

why wide or not clear enough like light touch?

00:56:39--> 00:56:42

people happy the happy to delve

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in for

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importance of the hobbies in the life of horses.

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I'm looking forward to have a lot of the questions asked by

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Have you a relevance with respect to examine other clients? And then because what do you mean by word?

00:57:17--> 00:57:21

by word of God, His revelations are getting a certain book.

00:57:22--> 00:57:27

Because word of god we could mean it could be my that revelation in general.

00:57:28--> 00:57:31

So therefore, the Quran and the Sunnah I hope revelation

00:57:34--> 00:57:39

was revealed to the prophesied to them in the same manner, you came from data,

00:57:40--> 00:57:41

like the bar.

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One of the surveys he did in the company, I need to say from head to toe was a real

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person in the same manner as as well then the question becomes in is the revelation of a loss of habitat, a clear

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and the related

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data is going around in the pieces together to get

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their relation some of their beliefs as the ground only for the profit. And some other revelations consider profits. And the hollow design.

00:58:22--> 00:58:32

hub over involved in heavy supervision also has support and energy right there in the data center receives a verse from a boss a call the deliverables are recorded.

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That they will have received everything that was received by the public.

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And both of them are related. And their completion of

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what I think is the fact that God's promise to preserve

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our hospitals. But it's another fact that Hobbes was not written in the time of the Prophet. And we'll know why. Because he didn't want to Muslims to be mixed up between what he said, and what review for him. But I think it's

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to have us that we have now and that we hold the keys, and all the hottest books. It's the result of silence

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and proliferation of being human beings like us. I believe in all the hobbies, that not

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i'm not saying what

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I'm not saying that has sufficient or doubt about hobbies. But the way to look at the hobbies that we have now. It's not really the word of the pocket, just the words of the Prophet is the result of the development of a time called me

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as to resign. We

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Try to look at who is our reservoir of Hades and the history and categorize the Hadees, from hobbies, hobbies, hobbies, life.

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So it is a sorry. And the way I think we should use it now is a science always is

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a fact that accepts

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and further study. My point is to take the Hadith

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and prize from the scourge of the past, has not only just we don't just see the Hadees, we put the interpretation of the Hadees to the point that nobody else whenever you try to say any different interpretation of what the prophets might have meant, by such a hurry is based on your understanding of Islam as a general rule, you always get trapped by people who are saying no so and so says so and so 800 days ago, understand he did it. And that way it

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in the past as if it was grown, which means this is a statement, you cannot see people have more knowledge than you have

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read more, the closer to that was and you are not

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the position of we have now is the work of human beings. I'm not saying that I don't have to see, but I trust these people because I refer to them because they throw the work, we got to know what the prophet said and dishing out certain things that he should

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be sharing sometime within the face of the town without getting for

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the basic understanding is then we can look at the hobbies that we have now in a different way just for for the person because it's the work for the outcome of both human beings. And that's exactly it's got you that we need to have teaching 2000 years later on. There must have been away for documented as long as God needed to be described. statements that will never be seen as as an oral history. Nobody came and say this is Coronavirus on Cronkite Tom has been crowned itself, I think

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he lifted up to the work of diligence that can team up as a profit for a purpose of different interpretation.

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defer this recommendation on the basis of our understanding our new

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lineage of the points that I

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that I recruited

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were recorded from the time of the focus and then we just hit that for actually quite a few minutes.

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And you have something something you're saying is actually very confusing. It seems to be saying that the deposits were preserved by human beings, but the pond wasn't

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preserved by something else.

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Can your other your other points does not have much to do with the size of Hades itself. When you talk about how the headies has to be incorporated, it has nothing to do anything. And in this specific world, anything is not to give the medium

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but the rules.

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The rules and how do you think to preserve that as properly as they can from the time of the competition?

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So your other points about saying that?

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Maybe 800 years ago said this is the meeting of the

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committee correctly enough to correct actually, that has nothing to do with what I was talking about.

01:04:13--> 01:04:30

In the United States in our community, I think we have a shot in creating the level of political problems in ourselves and putting it on you. And consequently nobody wants a policeman as you pointed out, the concern we have very well how we are

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more promises as well as having on this side we can get paid more probably via some critical point for

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us and suddenly How are you to develop this understanding of the law and

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that's another call

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to action

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Allah subhana wa tada says, if you are to say that you love Allah,

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then follow me and the call of the prophets of Allah.

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And all that data will love you and forgive you.

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I don't know what any what more

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clearly, if you want if you love data, and you want all of our data to love you

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then you can follow the theme of

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another How do you I mean, have you thought about this recording?

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will be my lunch break

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as we as I said your your question with Dr. Danny a whole lecture by itself. I just gave you that one first. And another I'll give you one headache.

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except for those for

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everyone who didn't make the

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lever obey the

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floor we disobey few

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minutes I have many other add on Have you had any thoughts important are going to signal the public opinion and how that

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would affect to actually record upon the fact that this is a matter of copyright. So the requirements, heavy putting up

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the policy as

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per the policy

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because the person that I love, I love you more than anyone except my own fault.

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And you haven't done to the candidate complete thing until you love a lot of lessons and more than anything else even

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within all of that I love you. I love you more than

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I'd like to actually that's

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a different topic.

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By the way,

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me the evidence that Quran and Hadith were revealed

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from the from the Quran itself?

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my comments from my question.

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The only reason why I particularly don't use this verse is because this is easy to reply to that

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most of

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it is according to both the currents and everything that you see is not a religion. But

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if you read the whole Quran, you keep in mind, what was before about what was the incidence and it is disappointing for the brain, the part that that we're

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criticizing or doubting the validity of the god itself. For some Allah say that this verse does not apply to both continents it applies only to

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but do you have any other verses as mentioned during

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the talk about MC tablets

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and a heck of a year there's only one thing in between. And there's many verses that talk about the fact that I like to end with Allah revealed as you have with

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the pump and

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it's a complete

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alongside it

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means that the politician and does not seek from the goal desires. But everything is a revelation.

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And we know that the Quran verses interstates in a complete comprehensive way. We won't take it in a context of urban legend was taken in the context of our own plot and the whole concept

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Something like that.

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I understand your point. But, you know, if you if you study

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the way to understand many verses is you have to look at a study

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if you take it out away from what it was about, and in many cases you may miss

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the meaning of the verse

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I do not agree with you completely to say I need it.

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And the question my question is really you have to be simple the question How many have attended How do you

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remember the question?

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Thank you.

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I do he doesn't really fit into the top five

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I can do the point that I was saying or that I would like to make here.

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What confuses many people

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is that there was many people who were crucified or killed as punishment for fabricating Henny Penny they're called upon to do

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some of these people before they were killed,

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then they told us

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and they said For example, some of them say that I fabricated $4,000 themselves some even even some of the most amazing thing

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ever. Have you seen any records you see the pieces of

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any one of the conditions for accepting what someone says

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yes to God

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has to be bought

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and he has to be a man of integrity. And he has to be some of the coefficients

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Who is this man was saying I fabricated 4000

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then I was a liar. And that is someone who spends his life trying to attack Islam that's why he's been crucified

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or been killed I mean

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if you were elected, I guess

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what would be a last ditch attempt to make the people doubt put on an audit report

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the last six attempts is to claim that you already have fabricated so many of you

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and then everybody will start doubting every idea

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so these statements made by many of them that they fabricated so many false ideas and even if you look through all the books compactified

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some of them you know the number even if you take all the clothes in the heavy forgetting what we rarely have the number of

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so now bro fabricated Eddie's in lots of ways,

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as many people say.

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And obviously not enemies.

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So there aren't any, there are at least 2000 17,000 but it's nothing compared to how many authenticates they are. And also many of these 1000 have a much later time

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medical record after everything was done.

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it to be

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very easy and to

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so many of these fabricated edits, even if the numbers 1000 came from a much later period of time, and it's very easy.

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To follow up, you

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made a comment and I think

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you need any holiday decorations.

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We strongly believe in Quran and ID and the interpretation

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because it was done several 100 years ago

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created so much differently than was the name that so many texts are

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being done today to make up those differences. Our interpretation of these in the light of

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These differences are being removed on a large scale.

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If we look towards

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the higher the reason for the difference of opinion amongst

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Many times, for example, one formula

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for me

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to recommend

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I needed to do is back to the time of

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someone wakes up

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after the time of poker begin in the month of Ramadan, and you have any need to know

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that you cannot possibly

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other people heard that they went back through the process. And then they asked them about this. And they said, No, we did that. That happened to us, okay, you have to

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go, you have

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to go into

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the headaches of team. Here's the thing.

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Once one time, in the case of hunger,

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there was one issue that was brought up. And they were trying to decide to issue a common narrative.

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And even if we didn't have all this had, if we were decided, according to something else, I mean, we had a different

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any other reason for just being amongst the Cabal presentable in certain areas.

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The teams that are not that well organized, perhaps level headed

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in Iraq, in Iraq with

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trouble, but that time,

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most of the new effects in Islam came from Europe during that time.

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Much of the fabricator again, big

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time is one of

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the heavy blue balls, and they come back from the from your office.

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do not forget to have reliable sources of headaches as much, for example, as a medic did, or or

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so therefore, he would reject certain headings because they came to him with the way that he

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points to the team that goes to him that he rejected.

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If you notice a nomadic, we're happy to do it except that

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so what's what's happening now is

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that they are realizing and it is what caused the difference between the cost of the car and they're going back to the barn and the authentic IDs. And as the opinion of the copy goes against

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what they're obligated to do

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because they have with us and they tried to do this what is being done now. In many cases, the differences are are disappeared.

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I don't know if anyone has a question.

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misconception that

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the brand

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is called that obligatory

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Asana is that signed off know that if you do

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it the blast if you don't do that no harm.

01:18:42--> 01:18:43

Can I ask you

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to be more than that?

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Recording I guess the current

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record Vol. Five was the grommet of obligates us to hold the female

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I cannot say anything more than this.

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I come from Pakistan also. And I have observed and seen that this is not the case.

01:19:34--> 01:19:47

It is considered the Quran is for an annualized sunrise followed more violently in Pakistan and India than in other parts of the world. I wanted to know exactly what quarter

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are people in

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this part of the world

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and they refuse to go over to the company and that's something else

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I think he had some hardest,

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I don't want to go back and get

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in the right name area

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different things to different people

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means that it is not wise

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to not have something confirmed in the act as opposed to the call to the death from the point of view. They're getting prepared.

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And that's the only thing that I can I can

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introduce you to the feeder produces

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a dog

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housing already a point that you have made and compressions are coming.

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To me, it appears that

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the documentation of the sunlight concern most of it may all of it was done during the time of popping

01:22:10--> 01:22:11

up soon after that.

01:22:12--> 01:22:22

If that were the case, then how would you characterize the role of alarm? He thought I heard or any other caller who came out later, later after him? What is

01:22:25--> 01:22:36

that one thing that that is a little unsettling in my mind is is that the whole divide is covered there. The document director was scheduled and had to go back again, or somebody didn't compile everything. Let me let me just add on one thing here.

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Okay, okay.

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The nature of the recording have

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changed over time, at the beginning

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of the course.

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From the

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record, the

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recording needs to be

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gathered according to who

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it was

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more of a headache.

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And also, after that time, the some of those words have headaches and also have other things that have tended to pop up and I've seen

01:23:36--> 01:23:37

and then you get

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half of that book for just pure added. And then you get

01:23:43--> 01:23:58

added to your hobbies and your legal ideas. So the nature of the collection. And when I said that they were recorded, I didn't mean that they were recording in the sense of being preserved and

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getting what the goal

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01:24:06--> 01:24:12

And it was confused some of the some of the writers missing it because they said that wasn't the person who made the piece.

01:24:13--> 01:24:17

Someone who lives now 130 to 140. For some of them

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to gather together,

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abusing, abusing oil

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because all we ever did was put together sometimes an abusive lighting rig one thing on one page and then the next day

01:24:49--> 01:24:49

because it

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more than that the use of the volunteers

01:25:01--> 01:25:16

Let's look at the whole thing in a different light. Now, as far as the direction of paralysis, and again, as you go down to human beings, they've already done all that. Now, we all know that it was during the time of Harry Potter

01:25:17--> 01:25:21

that he took upon himself to have an authentic copy and distributed all over so that no matter

01:25:23--> 01:25:28

what, why when we had to, we had to wait in case of that long holiday. Why, why?

01:25:29--> 01:25:32

Why why unauthenticated or attended events,

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like credit records, was football is different from

01:25:42--> 01:25:43

common crime because

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they're not the same.

01:25:47--> 01:25:50

And all together with one person.

01:25:51--> 01:25:53

Many people have the hope. But

01:25:54--> 01:25:59

I need to separate what to how to spend the day with the policy committee, here's some how to use

01:26:01--> 01:26:03

another kochava, who will have to devote

01:26:05--> 01:26:06

to that value has disappeared.

01:26:08--> 01:26:10

It was an impossibility.

01:26:12--> 01:26:13

But even though that

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was the first tallyho certainly had several people to collect all the headings of the content.

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Basically, because it was

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methodical looking

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at the same things a little earlier, they were making sure that the head is working to the

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end, you

01:26:40--> 01:26:43

could analyze that really,

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the classification of parties has to

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rise and

01:27:04--> 01:27:07

the use of a strategic level to understand the use of an

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end cap. And if there's any difference between them, what is it as there is no difference why

01:27:16--> 01:27:19

you thought about it yesterday. This is because

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another thought,

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two different classifications. One is your beloved.

01:27:35--> 01:27:38

And the other one is it has to do with the personal

01:27:46--> 01:27:50

mocassin approach to hobbies which had been transmitted in such a way

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that there's no doubt about the authenticity of what was intended.

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However, it was present in such a way that there's no way that people who could have gone together and protect the majors

01:28:05--> 01:28:08

like the bond bond, all of the bond is considered.

01:28:11--> 01:28:18

Now, some of the clothes and how do you put a particular number for example, that daily generationally for people must have heard

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an excellent

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reporting and reporting particularly,

01:28:30--> 01:28:31

for example, if you have to for hobbies.

01:28:34--> 01:28:35

You have to have

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one lives in Dhaka, and the other one lives in Egypt.

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And they pass on heading.

01:28:46--> 01:28:51

And Baccarat in Egypt. We have three protective cars.

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And there's no way that the people come

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did not meet the people. And he just there's no way they got together complicated ideas, but they were exactly the same thing on the policy. And then after a certain major statement or a major headache wrongheaded. Then he says I will cut off the conservatism mathematics.

01:29:15--> 01:29:21

You don't need four people, five people, six people, this is irrelevant, and there's no evidence that you need four people.

01:29:22--> 01:29:23

But it's the nature of the record.

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For example,

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well, we're going to have the proper precedence that his witnesses equals

01:29:45--> 01:29:45

the hotel it

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may not be completely off the grid. Hey, what's something out here like?

01:29:53--> 01:29:54

If you hit the record from

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anywhere you consider it authentic? Because

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any guarantees that you could put, on the other

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hand, even though I didn't necessarily have decided to have a plan of use to make the people say that they heard that directly from the policy, I want to know, how do you

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even I'm calling you to make them say hello to her directly from the publication, except in the case of

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results, you know,

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what the report and you could call it

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doesn't have to be for people

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to generate.

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But in general, in general, what I mean, those are maybe exceptional cases. But in general, what it means is there's so many people narrated that there's no doubt about the authenticity that there was never the property was not fabricated.

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I had

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I had anything we can not

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stand if it doesn't meet

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the minimum requirements for being the default.

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The book the how, because

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I felt that I had I still have

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the basic classification is not collected

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the book was collected.

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Now the reason why this is important in matters of Aikido

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is because