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The Evil Effects Of Modernist Schools Part 2

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Jamal Zarabozo

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And do evidence that I was actually 17 or 18.

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So these things are absolutely true. I've heard

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that I've also heard somebody say,

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that

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ladder These are facts, and he has an address on some of these issues.

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We have a number of questions

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here.

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The first question is starting

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working Muhammad.

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Would you say that he is a modernist, being that he holds many of the tendencies of the modernists such as denial of the existence of jinn, such as his

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obligation of

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the jab

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and his statements, saying that Jews as Christians, and

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radians, another group of Catholics are actually believers, and that they will go to gym

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as

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anyone else.

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I think that

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pretty much lays the groundwork for the

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characteristics of the majority of people of this modern type of ideology, which seems to be prevailing, particularly here in the united states and

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countries in the Western world.

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specific questions.

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I think that it's

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fairly evident,

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he subscribes to a number of principles,

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which

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I've mentioned, and many others, which many people have either overlooked or possibly providing, or

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making excuses,

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such as

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stating that he was the manifestation of God

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in settings for example, that

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is one of the virgin birth,

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stating, for example,

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or read the justifying that Muslim women to marry Catholic

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a total negation of the necessity exam

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as well as a number of other factors,

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particularly for example, making subsea television shows and movies and

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using a

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multiplicity of sources from the solid, the astrology and morality and so forth, in order to justify these particular ideas.

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So, basically,

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a very, very brief summary of

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one to give you a very classic example. And there were some years ago

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in 1977, where he gave a speech right here in Chicago, in which he stated that this particular society is such that the person should

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have any kind of sympathy towards homosexuals,

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that

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even though you may not necessarily be a homosexual

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Or the saralee come out and speak

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against it, the mere fact that you are sympathetic towards it makes you a homosexual.

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Just last year, on National Public Radio, he was on a nationally broadcasted interview, in which the host of the show asked him, What is your position regarding homosexuality. And he stated, We have record in which he responded that his position was the death of any sober minded Christian.

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So they asked him, can you give us a more direct answer? Is that what is your position regarding what you accept? and admitted homosexuals to community? Instead as men?

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Yes.

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No. So

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the court according to his own criteria, which he stated in 1937, he says that,

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so

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please talk about music. Today, we have many instruments that did not exist for the time of the Prophet, Muhammad.

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And then I have heard some speakers, quote, different heartbeats to establish their position, that music does actually allow for many forms of music, allow as a part of the culture of being that in the opinion of these particular scholars,

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that the music is a part of culture, and a property of a

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culture, that that in turn makes music.

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First of all, let me say that

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we have a book

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out

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a book by brother

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about the permissibility of music.

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And I think that anyone really wants to know about the topic in detail.

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Does anyone really wants to know what this book is? Not a very long book, but

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quite a bit of detail.

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With respect to the question,

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most of the talks about music,

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but there's still some at this point, how to the formation of music and the fact that there will be a time when people try to make

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musical instruments

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think that almost half of the questions directly

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directly related to the letter culture now culture is changing.

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Just because of the change in culture, we're moving from one culture to another that makes it very clear that music is present for all time whether any

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changes will be done in which people will try to make music Hello. First of all, we have Secondly, we have in the huddle, about the medium level

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on that it refers to music. And these are things however,

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and there's more than one thing on that point. That means

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none of the Sahaba disagree with what he said. It is an essence

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very close to being

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blind.

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If you really want a detailed discussion, I highly recommend that you read

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the next question.

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And in fact,

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new books out now for claiming to be looked

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at some of these groups have records where they have provided that sort of thing for us. And you've explained to the

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Cooper,

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Cooper

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Harada, what is the Islamic rule on this particular

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event

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whether

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whether or not this is

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such a thing with respect to music in general

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music or using background music and stuff like that.

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Now, someone comes to the tech,

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any issue and it is clear when it is clear to them,

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that something is prevented from being tested and made clear to them to make clear, but regardless of those technical matters,

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this is the type of book

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like this was in

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the book we will not make.

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More importantly, it tells us our data with us.

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They know clearly they

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know us

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and they may Allah May,

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Allah will treat them knowing what they know, and knowing their intention.

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The next question is

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that certain self proclaimed

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scholars have the opinion that it is permissible for a Muslim woman, ie $1 to fly

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through the system station and tab a discussion and study at university or what have you with men and women will be mixing together our

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panelists session with minutes

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giving us our

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What is your position starting this action? And what is the

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role?

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For many telephony wouldn't some people know about

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missing men and women that they didn't know.

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And so therefore,

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it's kind of funny because if you look at the evidence on this point is not there is a whole set of things that are joining And clearly, that

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is the right towards considered to be the correct thing to do to have men and women separate from

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both

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women and men walking together in the street, and saw them walking close together in the street.

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He said no, this is not directly

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against the side of the road and not miss with the men. And they used to walk so mostly through the walls that their garments was rubbing against the wall.

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So you can imagine that the disapproves of them just walking close to each other in the street, one of us sitting together talking together, looking at the faces to one in any kind of gathering

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in

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the worst position to work both with women as

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men, and the best is the one in the room. As opposed to tenants in about one door on the bottom of his mouth. He says this door should be left just for women.

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Well, even if he

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doesn't want to have men and women entering the mosque through the same door, you can imagine what

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he would have said about people sitting together

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both together being able to look at each other being able to talk

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to each other so that I saw the principal or the point about mixing in between them

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In general,

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what is the general principle concerning down general principles concerning Dallas, it was not allowed, in general is not allowed for the type of job.

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And the general.

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What is not allowed in general is not allowed. That is the general principle.

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But that is the general

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principle. And if you think about it, it makes sense how the woman, for example, would be making dolls. But we don't believe in men and women sitting together, and she's sitting with them telling them, we don't believe in manual

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labor, that woman doesn't really believe in her religion. On her religion, it doesn't really matter whether you practice what you preach or not.

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Women,

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the principle is the same in general,

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what is forbidden in general is forbidden.

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But if there's no other, there's no other means, for example, for monkeys easier for men to be covering us or

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to be talking to women talking to groups

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than it is for men for women now from general is much more lovable for men to be going out than it is.

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So the only way that we can reach

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the woman, like I said, even just sitting right here, we're actually talking to the woman

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that needs to be done, it is permissible, but what is even better, is to have women meet with women.

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And men meet women, the best we can be right, but in our society situation, is not always possible for the most. They try something they have public dinners and invite people to something public dinners and they try when they go to school was better than to go through the webinar. Sometimes people get very obsessed with

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what the principle is that we do what is correct to the best of our abilities.

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There are a couple of questions related to music. So some of the issues concerning demand

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for the records, running out of time, so whenever we get into those questions from the topic from Philadelphia,

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I believe, have some books available for sale

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on the matter of music. Okay, so everybody wants to do some work on music.

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to Philadelphia, have them thinking

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about getting the books on music in the football detail about this issue.

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The other brothers that might have access to these

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concerning matters while battling this movement,

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be able to issue they

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have

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75 Okay.

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Thanks for dollar 75. And he has a lot of documentation on

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There's another question

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that I want to add someone from the American Association about polygamy. And he said that it was hard

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for American Muslims to do it. And then he

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goes to another country to do so

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to marry a second wife.

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Because the American government does not recognize political

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matters, first of all,

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are you aware of the Islamic position in regards to the practice of polygamy in

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America, that formerly

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in general

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General Muslim,

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like those who come from overseas,

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and he makes the pledge to anonymous from government, that he will abide by their laws.

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If those laws do not go against the Sharia,

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then he can provide.

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Now, obviously, in a case like this,

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if you're talking about polygamy in the sense that you go to record both marriages, City Hall,

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we can do this.

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And you'll be taken to prison.

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And so therefore, the overriding harm of that thing

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will override the benefits. But that's not necessary for extended marriage to have the marriage done.

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With the court,

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the important thing is that your marriage in the state of Illinois

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very quickly,

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went away you are married, regardless of what the court here might consider. Of course, you don't really care if a man has three or four or five or six girlfriends.

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So therefore, the marriage divorce

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marriage, more than one way that you can do it in such a way that the lobby will not get you.

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Those questions

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one of the speakers, please comment on the fact that

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I think all of us,

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probably no one,

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speak on this.

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I can only really speak about some of

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the origins of it. In fact,

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we had a brother who was

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a operations was

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actually done.

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Who has actually done a great deal of research into the celebration.

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So much so that there were a number of black nationalists, who after he came out with his research, who were actually

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given the fact that he went into showing, for example, many of the origins of Kwanzaa

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professor at the University of California, random to the late 60s was a very well known and popular black nationalists. And that he actually incorporated a number of ideologies and philosophies in order to come up with Kwanzaa get through regular

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folklore, in the Kwanzaa in its origin actually came from Africa and associated with African Americans.

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But

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as a matter of facts has

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pretty much been the size and number of the last say, the general ruling regarding the celebration of the festivals of the non Muslims, five,

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in which some of the eminent scholars of Islam

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and Islam who have shown that to do such is

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following in the ways that the unbelievers through which the prophets of Allah

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as categorically prevented the Muslims to participate in so just in respect of the origin of this particular celebration, irrespective of the fact of whether it is something

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Which has

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some sort of traditional origin or whether it was a passion of mine,

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as specifically stated, that we have to celebrate, that is evil

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and evil

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and lost, has

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left us with these two celebrations, the likes of which no other celebrations, whether it be done by Christian nationalists or otherwise can even hope to be prepared.

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What is rational Islam? And the place?

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What, what is rationalism and rationalism have a place

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of rationalism as a topical school of thought, the Washington school of thought,

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question is somebody else's political

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philosophy, philosophical school, basically, the idea that the human mind, the intellect of the atom, as the ability

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to judge everything, so therefore, whatever is acceptable to the atom,

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to the rational mind must be true. And whatever is rejected by the rational mind is false.

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Now, the problem with the rational school,

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especially the old

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school, that they had a tendency to ignore the material world, and they came up with many theories that

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contradicted things that people noticed in the physical material world. So then they had to kind of develop into the spiritual realm, rationalist schools, kind of a balance.

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The problem with both of them is, they don't realize the limits

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of the human mind,

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left behind without a human mind,

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for specific reasons. One of them, for example, is to study the science of creation. So we realize the oneness, we

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realize that this human mind is not

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all powerful, all knowing that there are many things beyond the realm of public knowledge.

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For example, you never been to some parts of the world,

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never seen the kind of houses or anything that they had,

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there'll be no way for, you know,

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what they actually look

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like with respect to something physical, what a love with respect to a law, with respect to the angel with respect to the gym, with respect to what will happen on the dance, genuine, with respect to heaven, and hell, all of these things.

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The specifics of them, and even, to some extent, the general aspects of them, all of these things are beyond the realm of human nature of the human mind. And the mind has to know its limits.

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We can understand them and know that it's the one who knows about them. We'll look at what data reveals to us something about, but otherwise, just from our human mind, to try to discover about them, we can not so that for example, with our greatest shortcoming of the restless, and even the empirical rightness is also still one that is that they try to apply the mind the things that are beyond your abilities, their knowledge, and they begin to reject accepting, which are beyond

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the third level

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who would ask me this question.

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What is the

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role of Islam,

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individuals and also the currency of the Prophet Mohammed.

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We know that this is a common practice that

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not finished on time to have birthday celebrations

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and also people celebrating their own individual birthdays or birthday, children.

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What does

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anyone know?

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lecture in

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the lecture about the concept of data.

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Clearly the people are gathering together for the birthday and

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somebody goes in with it. And somehow they're earning the reward will look fine with data.

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Processing never did, he never looked into it. Allah never did it.

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So therefore they're saying that this is an action that is pleasing to all the data,

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which has no source of

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existence, saying that this action is good, because maybe they think about it. Love is dumb, but we know it's good. We know, please go along, and we're going to do it. That's basically the essence of it. Not even to discuss the history of it, that the doing the bulk of the

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work in Egypt, the Muslim saw the

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Christian celebrating the birthday of Jesus, and decided that they should also celebrate the birthdays.

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Now, with respect to other birthday celebrations, that is something that is not from the Muslim custom. And when we do it, we're basically imitating the ways in the football resembling the football as opposed

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to resembles a

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session on the slope.

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Without Tough luck,

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Muhammad I

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had no idea what he

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was, we have with us

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is a doctor

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and he's also a judge for the graduates

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and he is very happy

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to be with us today.

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Jeff Fowler, associate professor of

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law firms,

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we make topics such as family life

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as well as acts of worship and

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so on.

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Apparently familiar lectures

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to operator The

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first question is, is it permissible

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under any circumstance to bow and make sense to other than a loss for example to come through

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no on

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the last

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thing that

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Canada is

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and then I guess

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the only added was to do the math and the law

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of karma

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our day

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underneath

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Well, how could

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they not come here?

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How long it is not four hours.

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Boo.

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Love it.

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She has a very clear and beautiful answer

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record

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only allows

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us to do

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is sit down

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to the word

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that Arabic words, all types of

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all types of words in the act of honor, only

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balance ahead whether it's

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slightly out

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of balance

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that also ordered the angel to balance.

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Their balance to Adam was not to consult the rabbit for them. And by being dynamic your balance along

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with the value added

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First one the stars and the sun

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And likewise, when in charge of

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time the parents came in

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before

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but because

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he is the most complete religious

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belief

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it is not allowed

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to protect the

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laws of religion

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therefore, value anyway

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in karate or outside

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for any way to show honor and respect

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the person wants to honor or magnify or make this will make tremendous insights

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and other actions which are also prohibited because all these acts of worship which we've only gone for,

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but it is allowed to she has said that during play or during learning certain types of actions, whatever they might be, and of course, it balances that not out of respect, but they are playing amongst themselves they have to be found in your body to leave your body down

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and not as a way as a person and the way the

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next question

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The next question is

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can you explain the connection between the

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novel

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The left

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in

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the look

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what does

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that

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mean while calculating

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whenever we take

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a lot going to be

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now

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and then

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why

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musk

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funded,

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fully

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funded he

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was the guy

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with the device Hello