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The Modernist Movement Part 6

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Hello, Jim Miller here Rockman Rahim. hamdulillah

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delayed medical woman stainable

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woman, senior woman's the arena.

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dealer for them within the left.

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When we use limbs in a head, we should have either hidden or

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hidden color, I should have won them. I'm an advocate

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of that.

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As little brother I've mentioned in the, which I'm sure all of you

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shall have the sixth

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in our series on the

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Afghani amendment

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in case you haven't noticed them not physically or not lecture tonight's lecture from them to my voice leave.

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Unlike the drama, I don't know if I can appoint someone to fit into for me I

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will not be

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this will be probably the least controversial of the of the lectures.

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Well, I want to before I begin, actually, I want to make one comment about the lectures as a whole and the purpose of the lecture is the whole

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anyone who comes to the mosque

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on Friday night,

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for the lectures, the regular lectures, and if you have the need to learn and you come in for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala inshallah, Allah subhanho wa Taala will reward you, well, even if you weren't doing anything in the lecture, which is possible, and is when you will get a different kind of Allah and inshallah has mercy

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more than one brother,

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as mentioned to me, the thing that he likes about these lectures and why he comes to the lecture, and indirectly not to listen to the lecture, but listen to the debates afterwards.

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And if this is your idea, and if this is what you like,

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then in fact, any you should change your knee and now because instead of getting as your inshallah for coming here,

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you'd like to actually earning any more thing. Because the left hand with data,

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looking like sometimes some of the left for some of the disputes that we have, especially during this election, sometimes we go beyond the limits

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of what is acceptable,

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like to see and what you'd like to hear, then you are lacking something that is pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala, where you must change your any what you'd like, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. Like me also, this series of lectures,

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we're not meant

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to be

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simply for the sake of criticizing some of our criticizing some of their

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some of their opinions, and shall have the intention,

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lecture shallow, something much bigger than that,

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much broader than that. And that is, as I mentioned many times, and is to point out, that there is this movement and there is this

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broad

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movement, in effect and some people

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has been occurring lately in less than the past hundreds of years among the Muslim ummah.

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In my opinion, it is a dangerous moment. Whereas the movements in particularly the United States, which is very strong, and it is our obligation to be aware of and to point out its mistakes, and try to guide those people who are influenced by it. And also to recognize the mistakes that we can also shall affirm with the straight path and avoid some of the same mistakes and some of our brothers and some of them may have may have made

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for this

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lecture, as I mentioned, will be the least.

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And it's, I think, will be the least controversial

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of the series.

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In this lecture, I want to just point out

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some of the characteristics

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of the adolescent

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and conversion, or some of the characteristics were basically that seem to have a different a different approach than the way of the afternoon.

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To begin this lecture.

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We have to realize that

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when in fact there's only one true way of Islam one correction

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BCM was approved for that position that opinion, as many as you go to the Quran. Allah subhana wa Taala says, For example,

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one of the habits that appeals to females as well as it has to do

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with the poorest of the poor and severely

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versatile with data is describing his way. And he has one way to do that, in fact, if you go to the fraud, we'll find this many times

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with data when he talks, for example, about the damage or the waves and either don't have the correct ways to grow. And that's the kind of data using the poor was when talking about any of the correct way in the street that Allah subhana wa Taala uses the use of the singular.

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Well, it's kind of a data also says in the Quran. Yeah, you handed me nominal

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data. What?

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When, and what isn't the problem coming to Finland?

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As we're delivering Massoud narrated

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the problem

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after reading that, the first verse

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in which you'll have to pay hang with data,

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or does this guy need to follow his way, and not to follow any of the other ways that will take us away from his way. And that's the 111 mature narrative. And he drew a straight line.

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And then he drew some minds to the right to return some fat and some some lines to the screen. To the left to the

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right, he said about the straight line that systems have passed or left handed with data to store this is the truth that was really said about the other fat that on each fat, there's a shift on the people to these other fat

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reading other heads of

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the province. So I'm sure this again, clearly that enables the Muslim Ummah, to break up into different groups in following different ways than he

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gave us a description of what is that correct way to follow

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the editing process when and in which he says

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that the Jews

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would broke up, the Jews broke up into 71 groups

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where the Christians broke up into 7372 groups like that this map will break up into 73.

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And he said some groups? Well, he also said that every one of them, every one of them will be in the Hellfire except for one.

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Well, when he was asked about weapons, that's one

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it says this is only the one group that hasn't been a successful group is the one who was following what he is following and what his companions were following at that time. So both of them

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have shown us as has made it clear to us that in fact, the only straightway The only correct way of this man is the way of the problem. Common Sense. And then, and the way also then the other one says that instead, what he is throwing and what this What's his companions were throwing at that pen?

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Well, this is in particular, it is the heavies that is not like, especially there are many of the people of the

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of this movement that run your movement.

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And don't like this idea, because it's Harris clearly states that the way of Islam, in fact, is one or the correct way. And it doesn't mean that the other people have the other 72 groups outside of the head, it doesn't mean that the head isn't saying that there's one group that is following the break fast, as if I'm gonna mention another 100. This has always been a part of the zoom that is slowing the grip fast, and the other 72 groups of all straight from the streets in some manner. And it doesn't mean that they are before. But it means that in some manner or in some aspects.

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They have strayed from the straight path from the scene of the public conversation. And as

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I mentioned this, this particular edition was supposed to send them it's telling us basically that there's one, one correct Islam. This doesn't mean that we are outside of Islam, but the process is telling us it was one correct Islam.

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This is not a very popular, at least for some speakers nowadays.

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especially some of the people of the astroneer movement, because the head is specifically states that the only true and correct way and in the world that is free from any deviations is what the problem was following. And what his companions

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Well, I've heard many of those speakers talk about this, and he's

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one of them, who objected to this idea forever, as agreed upon

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The fact that it was an authenticated, one of them was used before the photo.

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And it is getting off the

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end of the structure of the talk. To discuss this point with Angela, we'll discuss this process to

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end it to make a point about sometimes there are plenty of movements.

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And sometimes they try to use very weak arguments

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to support many of their claims. This is one example that the user will have forgotten. We wrote an article also doing an AMA ban two years ago. We're talking about this hadith from human settlements that slipped into 73 groups and all of them are in the Hellfire except one. He said, This is not an authentic hadith and he rejected this hadith. And it rejected on 333 big.

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The first thing he says that the image has been rejected is heading me This is a dilemma where is this heading? This is not

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his first visit his first statement, his first argument is the image has been

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rejected he's headed wherever it hasn't. I'm sure that most of you are familiar with it hasn't.

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It hasn't been famous for, for a number of things, is famous for his tongue.

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But he's also famous for having some real strange opinions when and when it comes to Heidi. And his judgments of narrators and judgments of Hadith many times contradicts with the scholars of Hadith. And with those people who are more knowledgeable, and Hadith other than him stay. For one thing, there hasn't been much travel, he did not leave Spain. And since he did not travel and he wasn't exposed to many people and many books that other splinters of headache are exclusive.

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that have worked. For example, He served about a brace the tirmidhi, the compiler of the students, and ultimately he said he was rude. And he had never heard of tirmidhi this person is an unknown narrator. And he did not accept the headache from Amanda put him in. And he says the same about others. And he there's even some books written recently about the shadows or the strange opinions, or they've been hasn't been when it comes to grading ideas and grading the narratives of credit. So therefore, anyone who disagrees with the scholars of Hadith in general is not considered a strong, reliable source.

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Secondly, though, that was his first argument, the second argument

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was this.

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He said that this, this meaning of this haircut is unacceptable. Because it's possible for the Jews and the Christians to break up into different sets for is not possible with the last one, the last one was a bomb hunter cinema breaks up into different groups.

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And historically is omitted and hope because we have seen this is broken up into different groups, maybe even more than

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73. But, and even just referring to this, this argument, without looking at historical evidence,

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we see that this argument also doesn't make any sense because there's another authentic hadith, which I will follow instead of using a different book. And we're supposed to test it and say that you will follow the footsteps of the people before you which explain as the crucial material step by step to the point that if they slip into a loophole, and you also step

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into the same digital. So the problem is SLM is selling us with the same kind of diseases and the same kind of thing that occurred in the previous month. The Jews and the Christians were also approved among a surrogate for there's nothing wrong with it from that point of view. Some of the deposits are still in service with every Buddha, that Allah when another Hadith he said Don't ever do not end in the hellfire. In fact, this is the same thing that the disciples is suddenly precise and silly. And all of these 72 sets that are not following the way the thermometer and the web is to hover they're following some kind of bigger

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and the presence of all of them will be in the Hellfire all of these links will be in the Hellfire well this would work in the same thing that he said when he said that every bit as Malala why rebels in the in the Hellfire

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family this is the strangest argument

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which is I suppose I need to show you the extremes with

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some of these people used to back their arguments.

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But this was not found in either of us. I hate to say it was a Muslim. They said it's a very important Hadees and since it's not in Sahih Hadith, it must not be offensive. And he said it's a very important one since he's not in the soccer game with must be assigned with a Muslim do not considered offensive.

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We all know about where he is and PC and just from

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Was PhD dissertation on the tip of the cap shows Danny that he has lots of background exists and he has knowledge in Minnesota. And it is unacceptable. And if you hear this kind of statement from someone who has that kind of background, and either the teaching the last hop isn't very strong or Yes, forgive me, it's forgotten. A very important point that the harder one was them, it was not their intention to gather together all of the authentic headings in their words. And it was not their intention at all. In fact, they said,

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that's what we left out in the book is much more than what's included in the book. And is

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that just because the Hadees is important, or the meaning, and you could say the meaning of something is important, and it's not sustainable for a Muslim, this does not mean that it was not an authentic idea to know behind his view, or any non Muslims view, if you read some of these other words,

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and you will find many important ideas that he did not include in the survey which are authentic in his point of view. And finally,

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he goes against the conclusion of the LML. By saying this is not an authentic truth, while another book that we wrote called an Akuma. Amir,

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for those who is not a specialist, and had expressed the point that we have to follow the people who are the specialists, what this means even for himself, and he is as if you're not a specialist, in addition, he shouldn't accept the conclusion of the relevant parties all agreed upon that this is the authentic Harry's as a practicing so seldom business owner would break up into 73 decks, and all of them would be in the Hellfire, except for one and that's one is the one that depends on the system. And his heart and his the harbor are following events and whether this is the group. And

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there's many names for that group,

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such as the successful group, and so on. What is important for us

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as individuals to recognize this group, which is known as the single agenda, and the main effect that listen to what Gemma has a source in the medical problems of cinema, later,

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invention, and it is our obligation to realize that this is the birth of the policy silom has described as being the successful group.

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And we should do our best. And he says, suppose elements described in search,

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we should do our best to follow that group.

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And to find out

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what are the characteristics of that group, and to grow as a group to the best of our ability. So when we see any link, whether it was ourselves to our friends or any alumni or any people or any group, or any movement, any following aware that isn't, according to the senior Republican senators in the world is harder, because our obligation and it's meaningful to them to advise them, that what they're doing is not correct according to the Quran, and Sunnah were you is any obligation to show them shall not be scraped up and at the same time, follow the spirit that our reserves were said in the beginning, which is one of the purposes of these lectures and not to attack any more than that.

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But it is to make nothing as to all of us. And if sometimes we see things among the Muslim or not, which is straight from the grid without the fact that was Atlassian with JIRA, and we should be aware of those things and we should do our best to read them and stick to the wave of the similans Mr.

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gela what they'll do today, what I would like to do is to discuss some of the important characteristics

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of that Henderson or Gemma from any of that we can see that some of the attributes and some of the scholars of the Athenian movement are actually different from one of the first and most important characteristics of marijuana is the foundations or fundamentals or beliefs, whatever you want to call that Henderson are derived from a financial legal term

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describing

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the first condition is with everything and if it is then in accordance with the Quran and some that is true and anything which contradicts with the Quran and Sunnah as

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well, this,

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this premise or this foundation, of course, I think everyone, at least in theory, and this the problem sometimes then is the theory and the practice differences. Everyone, at least in theory will agree that

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everything in the Quran similar is true. And whatever is in agreement with the forearms and that is true. And whatever disagrees with a put on some must be false. But we wanted to we could throw too many fingers of the Sahaba and the setup and the lemma throughout the history course basically, they made the

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same thing, or sittings similar to this. Why don't think that necessarily but I was just like,

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to point out that, and if some of the, again, some of them. And sometimes we make generalizations that doesn't mean everyone and we can sometimes attribute

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some of these same ideas to everyone who talked about before, but actually some of the people have doubts about new amendments. And if you're not accept this position, you do not believe in the fact that everything

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and everything that is in agreement will be put on soon as true. Anything that contradicts it must be false. I'll give just one example which I believe I gave earlier, as an example of Mohammed acid in his the silver Quran, one of the few unfortunately, one of the few fields that we have in the Arabic and English language for Mohammed, so that is it. I think I made this point. earlier.

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It was talking about the stories of the Prophet,

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different strokes of the prophet in the Quran. They said very clearly that in fact, any of these stores are not true. But by the time of the Prophet Muhammad says lmd has

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gained a kind of legendary truth to them. And in fact, he called them basically.

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And Ellison had to abandon the spread to put on Allah Subhana. Allah says, In the Quran, the prefer as these different people describing the Quran as destroys the rules. Well, this is exactly what Muhammad Allah says

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is that these two are not true. The story about Abraham being put in the fire is not true. All of them are desert. He said these are not true story. They are just something that we can get.

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We can get lessons from obviously any of this contradicts many verses in the Quran which Allah subhana wa tada says that the Quran has been revealed, and even in the truth of what the truth was, this is one principle of that I listen to all Gemma, that anything that is in accordance with

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the Quran and Sunnah is true, and anything that is not in accordance with the Quran, sinners. And any statements, any as a corollary to this,

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or related to this principle is that people are listening algebra, one of the one of the characteristics that we find in them over the years is that if anyone makes any statements, that statement does in and rescue them and is consistent with a promise or sadness, then that statement,

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or that statement is inconsistent with the promise and not, then that statement will be rejected.

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Whenever characteristic or basic principle of

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Regina,

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with the edge math, this matters with clinical data. In particular, the sahaabah

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budget is approved, we get three on all Muslims of later times to vote. In other words,

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agree upon something,

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then according to

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that thing that they agreed upon is true, is true, as the Luma would never agree upon something which is false, especially for the early generations. And especially for this the hudec who were blinded by the problem and so tell them when they agree on something, according to the blues of the Henderson nojima. That means that that thing is true and it does a good job and people after coming after them must believe in it, if it is something related to believe and not act according to it if it's something related to to practice, whether this is also something

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this led by again, by the many of us many

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writers, at least in three or four books that I've come across from some of these authors will say clearly about

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themselves that national regional home region, they are this we are men and they are men. In other words, Danny, there's nothing special about them, that we have to borrow. There's nothing special about them that we have to take from them, and so on, and even things that they've been an agreement since the time the promises and then among the Sahaba and those people who came after them, this clearly says even these matters,

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even these matters are open to each other, while they are not. They are not conclusive.

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Unfortunately, they take the statements of Abu hanifa

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worthy they change it Daniel was not talking about

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when he said that we are adjourned and we are men and they are meant he was talking about the generations

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that came after.

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A third very important characteristic

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of they had no signal in Japan is that if anything comes in

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then they will not oppose it by anything. Not by not by

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And irrational thoughts not

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just personal opinion or not that the s and E books is an essential aspect of that lesson.

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And it is based on many verses in the Quran and that's kind of what data says yeah, you know the nominal that led to something moving and he may

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not be more meaningful meanwhile Amina

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Muhammad

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regulary nanopi obala Pura Sood Kodama naming convention as attache in Brazil.

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And it is, these verses in the Quran make it very clear that if something is stated in a seminar, it is not open to any questions, it is not open to any debate, it is not open to vote,

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which unfortunately is coming,

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becoming a common practice. Nowadays, the people even vote on things deciding the policy.

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This is also getting off the topic, but one was they were math committee was going to buy a land. And they were discussing whether or not they should borrow the money from the bank, in theory, there

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were some brothers who stood up against and said, we cannot do this. And finally, the head of the committee, instead, let's vote on

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whether the proposed rules clearly against the way of that and the symbolism.

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But

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unfortunately, this is one of the main characters associated with one of the main characteristics of the Australian woman, when they take the Quran with some nuts, and they judge it, and in the light of their own appearance, or their own opinion, or their own theology.

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Why there are many examples of that before and even some of them clearly stated, like having an overzealous ministry,

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and a lack of judges.

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And in the human intellect, judges, nothing judges what to do, it hasn't been reported from Allah subhanaw taala. And the public says, I need to decide what what shall be exempt from what, what they want to sit.

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For. I gave examples of that before one of the examples and was early in his book. And as soon

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as I remember correctly, the name of the book was December, when I hadn't had it where

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anyone is talking about the situation of a woman ruler. And when he says, What's the policy I sent him if he were to see,

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ruling my hair and Indira Gandhi and Margaret Thatcher who would not have made the statement that you made this, people are the woman or they're not.

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And if this means actually the tears taking them a certain thing to put on Hades, and he is judging it according to his own opinion and according to his own. Well, this is something completely inconsistent with

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the beliefs in the way of that and the similar demand. If something is stated

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in the Quran, and Sunnah. It takes precedence over anything and as far as raising the birth.

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Yeah, we live in Ahmedabad. Albania didn't know what also we added, we have no rights to say anything. And various of what

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was the problem coming first. And then

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also remember, we I went back to this lecture that he gave in, he said,

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and actually I found this when I went back to the statement that he made was even

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greater than how I put it in here.

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And he says that the products are similar made, which to have

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was that he had was based on makuha. And he may have been incorrect and all of a sudden was added did not correct him. And further so far as what I quoted him saying, and he said it is our responsibility and our obligation to look at those edits of the process and them and to judge them in today's life to see whether or not we want to follow them.

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Clearly the case with plenty putting up an array or whatever you want to point it any opposing in the face of

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the end it was useful.

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Similarly,

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in a recent article, which probably I'll bring next time,

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from a newspaper in San Jose or Santa Clara, I think it was no z.

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There was

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a dialogue between Christians and Muslims. Were a picture of man from the Planning Center of Southern California. And he talked about cutting the hand and other things similar to getting the hands the things that he called for me to get them and he says we consider these things unethical.

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is when unethical.

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No one is able

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to come through

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Describe the punishment of cutting the hand.

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So Danny, this is really the case of putting one's own opinion when driving in front of them.

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And it was something completely unacceptable to the correct way and the way that has a similar with Japan.

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And this brings us I guess to, to a set point. But it's an important point, because people

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get confused

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on the position on this stuff that the love. Well, that is the relationship between an apple and an apple. And the relationship between human reasoning and what has been narrated from them, either from his own ideas, or even from Allah subhanaw taala in the form of the Quran or

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Hadith.

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When you read the books of the

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New men,

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it says they make it seem like this is Matt.

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This is one thing that gets me the most upset when I read their book. And by the way, I have lost their books. Some brothers said, You don't think I actually read their books and I'm just taking this from other people. And I don't know what I'm saying. And all I do is people ask me what I do for a living, all I do is read it, this is what I do for read the good and the bad. I don't care I read it.

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Sometimes I blamed myself afterwards. But I read it anyway.

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In many of many of the books that you can find anybody that was published by AAA it, and it will make it seem like this is math. This is often from before

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Apple phones before and after, as I said earlier, broken safety

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magazine and his little apple judges scanning human intellect judges,

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nothing. What has been narrated to the point is, what isn't what isn't accepted by and often has to be

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rejected.

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First of all, we have to realize that

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there is no such as math. There is no such as my there's no such consensus that says that optimal human intellect takes precedence to enough.

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Well, secondly, we have to ask this question then which one takes precedence? According to evolutionary demand? If we looked at the history of the Sahaba, and the people who follow them, which one takes precedence will often or not?

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Okay, which one?

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is actually a trick question. That's why

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I put it out. And if it was that simple, which one takes precedence with absolutely nothing? It didn't have the right to live in volumes on this on this push.

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And if you're the person needs some kind of

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more differentiation.

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Basically, the

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the correct answer that we see any from coming from the scholars of Islam, from families to have on afterwards,

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is that first of all, there's no way there's no way you can have any contradiction between what is definitive, according to Arkham. And what is definitive? In other words, what is puppy is the data and nothing and what does puppy and According to an article, you'll never find any contradiction between the two. And the both of them are from Alison Hannah with data. Alison Hannah with Alec Greta

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universe in all the islands is us in his speech, which is the Quran, and it was revealed as similar to the problem hundreds of Finland, we will never find any contradiction between what is confirmed by atom. And what is stated definitively in the muscle. It was you will never find and this is important.

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This one actually come from Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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If there's any apparent eskoleth, or any apparent contradiction between the two, which is between, and it has to be one of the following.

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These are the statements and the material is not definitive, does not copy the data. It doesn't need another another rope is open to

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different interpretations. While the conclusions from an article is definitive.

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We needed chocolate, I'm afraid I'm going to lose some people. So real quickly, so I'll lose you quickly and then you can come back to

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listen. And if you have a case between something which is definitive through Apple,

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for example, a scientific fact something which is proven and seen over and over again, there's no question about it. This may contradict something which is done with $1 or with something which is not stated definitively.

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And in other words in the circles and saying something definitively, but it is open to interpretation open to different ways of

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Standing, in this case which one takes precedence?

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Let's take what happened. Six person

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read this thing from an article which is most of the cases we talked about.

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We talked about modern science and the ways in modern science and one of the earlier lectures I don't remember which one

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someone claims to be lacking that claims to be confirmed by Apple is not confirmed definitively. While the muscle is something Yeah, it is such a dilemma is something definitive there in this case.

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So it depends really on what you're talking about depends on which one of them is definitive and which one is not definitive.

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But in any case, it is incorrect to say that an apple takes precedence over nothing and we judge nothing. What has been narrated from the provinces ism solely on the basis of our human

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reason. In fact, if we go to the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad septilin.

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And this is also a very important point for the Indian Movement and also for the alimony movement. And as I mentioned before, and it will start with this movement really are the idea or the modernist movement is really any sort of speak drinking from the same fountain as the money or sickness movement. We go through the Quran and Hadith we see that an apple is a blessing or Nana from Allah subhanho wa Taala. What is something that Allah subhana wa sallam

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that he added?

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are human beings were like any other Netmums? Like any other blessing from Allah subhana wa Tada, if it is not used properly, if it doesn't stay within the limits in which he was meant to stay, then it will lead the person to give you will lead to deviation, like any other network, if you have money if Allah subhanaw taala gives you money, if you make this route and you spend it, unwisely, Allah, you don't spend on the things at all and you will become stingy and those extremes are wrong. And it is the net mode which we have to use according to

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the any of the guidance of others to kind of look at.

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For example, with respect to what happened, we see that Allah subhana wa tada has put limits on where we're supposed to use alcohol and where in fact, anywhere is supposed to stop and accepting the source and not

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try to use our app is too much too much.

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What is one of these ways that I know data has one of these areas in order to handle data for Muslims and not to give too much stuff and not to try to use alkalyn is a subfield of any thinking or thought about the essence of nature what most guys

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had this is a politician said that you should think about the creation of Allah. But do not think there is nothing

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to do with the creation of Allah, but not over the essence of Allah subhana wa tada because the essence of Allah subhana wa tada is beyond the ability of human beings to understand. Or if you look at many of the photo for many of the groups that deviated from the way around the center was

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one of the reasons for their deviation was this point, Danny, that they went into a deep discussion of the essence of Allah subhanaw taala beyond what kind of what God has given us in the Quran, Hadith, and because of that is straight from the Scripture. What is the blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala that he has wandered through the heads and promises in them, not to try to think deeply about the essence of Allah subhanaw taala but to accept what the lesson no God has given us in the in the Quran and Sunnah. Because as I said, I need to beyond our ability to go beyond what has been stated in the Quran was similar.

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And similarly, the prophets I seldom talked about in other places, anyone who missed mentioned your project, then you should stop. And because also is one of those topics that is difficult for human beings to understand. Well, so we see in the history of Islam, that some of the groups this way from the way that listen to the straight because of this topic of discussing too much in detail, beyond the limits of human belief, about

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what the third aspect of what God has, has prevented us,

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as prevented Lacan actually is and the realm of fishery or laying down world

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for mankind.

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Well, this is one of the central aspects actually.

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There is almost no attallah who has the knowledge and who has given us the guidance, and we do not have the right or the ability to lay down law laws on our own. As a lesson kind of look at it. This woman that woman demands a law called a form of capital and the other is

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Which is similar to, and we're not supposed to, as human beings come up with our own [???]tier come up with our own laws and way of life will have this, this is something that is exclusively for Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this has proven many times in the Quran, this is something for the Creator, something for a medical, the one who owns this.

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And his role of this university is suddenly for an element of you to decide and is not something for human beings. Well, this is what their money especially the second lowest moment, can be they in fact, are putting themselves as 11 instead of no data by taking over this aspect of so he wants to talk to him a little here. So talk to me a

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little bit via different spoilers, but in the different categories, you

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know, probably whatever you want to call it, but these people are gonna try to take this aspect and give it to themselves and give it to human beings. Well, this is one kind of filter that we find before Islam. And we find it again today. Well, this is any a dangerous aspect that when this occurred on the movements, when they start taking the the rulings from the Quran within them, and saying that we won't follow this ruling, and we will follow this ruling and so forth. And this is, in fact, they are stepping into this area, this area which Allah subhanaw taala, rented for an opera,

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which belongs to us, he didn't have a meal, which only God has the right

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to lay down these dogs, because it's actually only Allah subhanaw taala has the knowledge and has the ability to lay down these laws. And in order to lay down the laws, you have to know the nature of mankind, you have to know the nature of society, you have to know also in the future, what will happen when you when you make these laws so that you don't make laws that will lead to greater, greater harm. As we see, for example, in the case of in the case of Europe.

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And in the case of Europe, the women were oppressed

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to a great extent. In the case of Europe, well in fact, in the Christian church

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wasn't until today within the Christian Church in what they call the Middle Ages, they're discussing whether or not the woman has a soul or not. Whether or not the NDC is like a human being if she has the role or not.

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And it will in European society that then the woman as I said was greatly oppressed was the people who tried to change it.

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And it because they were not changing through the guidance of Allah subhanho wa Taala they went to another extreme and they freed the woman and he with the clothes breed the woman and they even made her as we see nowadays just like a men out with men and doing everything and leads to lots of success. Well the reason for this is because they have entered an area in which in fact they do not have the ability and they don't know how the right from Allah subhana wa tada to make these laws and data understanding for mankind

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more quickly than Interstate and so people don't get the wrong impression about the role of the Latin. Let me just take from the Quran, Sunnah will not give you the Quranic verses that support all these. But let me just state the five, five of the rules of an APA, that we can find in the Quran.

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One is we should use are often to ponder over almost creation and others power and to ponder over what, what God has created, and what there is. And it will do this because

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and it will make us realize more of the greatness of others and with Allah, it will increase our humility and increase our servitude and submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala secondly, also we should any ponder, you should use the opposite to understand the laws of Allah subhanaw taala in this in this creation, and he was dealing with the laws of nature. And we should use the opposite to understand how Allah Subhana Allah has implemented laws in this in this universe. And we should use this knowledge to use it for the sake of Islam and for the sake of establishing the lowest manual data and through for the sake of establishing the kind of society that all those men with data wants

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the Muslim to, to establish. And this is

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certainly also we should use are often to understand the Sharia and the wisdom of the Sharia. And not to violate the Sharia not to make your own video, but to understand the wisdom of it so that we do our best to implement it properly. And also that we inshallah do our best, and that in those areas in which we make each Jihad which we have to make it yes, we will make the

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revenue. Hopefully also, we should use the opposite to understand the suddenness or the sending of Allah subhana wa tada for society as a whole. And it wouldn't happen in weird society straight from the way of other kind of data and how Allah subhanho wa Taala has established certain sunon for this world that societies will will follow. And family also introduce them to study history and to learn from the rest of history and to learn from what has happened.

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From the people who are battling we can find many verses in the Quran which Allah subhanho wa Taala service to travel to this land and to get benefits and understanding from what what happened

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from the people before.

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Well, this actually was related to the fact as I said, that the I listen to what Jamal says any also any text from the Quran are similar, and they do not use the apple or the re Are there

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any kind of reasoning to evoke those muscles as I as I mentioned in the in the,

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in the examples I gave him and again, to show that this claim of the

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many of the afternoon here, authors admitted that APA takes precedence precedence over a number of ministers for this important characteristic that listen to

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the claim or the arguments enable for some things in

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some things in an exam, which are constant.

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Well, there are other things in the standards are allowed to change, whether there are the

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name is Sol, Sol, Sol, he has a book on this topic.

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But they don't remember the name. It's a very long set of readings, remember the name, and there's no, there's no subject

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you're missing. There's really

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there's one more class.

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But that's

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the basic title of the book

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was just

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as interesting or novel approach was a good book, I recommend that if you can find it.

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And but how to find it is very difficult, because there's no publishing company listed. And very difficult to find the book. But if you happen to see somebody recommended to the to read

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the documents of

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this,

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where they are related to wakita or related to that are related to marma lead. And it does mean all those areas are related to Wm and CS or whatever it is their argument that these rabbits are any good, or they are sound.

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And they are proper, and they're correct. For all places in all time.

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Any flipper exceptional circumstances which are known as calibre.

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For the case of Mississippi blog.

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As I mentioned, this is one of the one of the principle of the Abner syndrome of Jamaica. As I as I mentioned in an earlier talk, this principle, the result is not accepted by many, again, not all, that is clear from some of the writings of this principle not accepted by any by many of the academia writers, when some of them clearly wrote that, Danny, that even the revelation or all truth is relative.

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Writers of this moment everyone that all truth is well,

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if all truth is relative,

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that means that

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that in fact, if truth is relative, that means there is no such thing as the other, or things that are constantly being which are proof worthless in the sense, while most interesting, most interestingly, I guess the last place in which I read that statement was in safety magazine, in which the there was a debate between the men and the women. And the women concluded Gani by saying this is nothing constants except the law, and everything else

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should change.

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And it is possible with Alison regeneron. These these principles actually, some of those are some of the basic aspects of the group known as that and the similar genetic deployments that Tim has described

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me as the way that he's currently in the way that is to have a choice these things to the headache or to the Quran itself into the idea of mechanical filament to the center of the Sahaba themselves. While these basic characteristics

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they are not

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questionable, and they are things except the bugs manifest the badness in the roadmap, and there's no room for changing these things. But as I mentioned before on earlier lectures,

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even these things which are partisan through the basic things, even these things, many of the outcome here many of them and this case, Danny I could I could cook many of them to you. Even these things were said that we have to make it to the head and we have to make these

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and some of them clearly said that we don't want to get in touch deep. any food for the secondary points, but we want it to be head with his bat and it's a little soon in the end in the basic and the basic points. Well this

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this brings me actually to the last topic

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inshallah

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discuss today

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well this is actually the topic of disease. What is the disease? Well the reason I bring up the topic is because

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many of the attorney a moment many of them are claiming

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that what we need in Islam what we need to do

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was I took has been had the privilege to have and even in the basic points which are confirmed by Quran so even in these things they said we need to be and they have written books and

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probably Mohammed cabana was one of the first to write a book about deep learning, where more recently for example, Robbie

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wrote

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some tips.

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Also,

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fun also read the books about voltage read and so forth. were killed in one of his one of his books, and increasing the recent use of voltage V.

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He says the D by itself seems to have a positive connotation. And when you think when you hear the woods has been sounds like it's something good while it was used by the by the orientalist and by the colonialists, and it was almost anything new they brought to the Muslims and almost anything new with their followers among the Muslims,

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there was no need to defeat this is renewing or refreshing the deed

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as the the claim to understand when we form question and we know that Allah subhanaw taala

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is has promised to raise this ummah, every 100 years people who will make the difference,

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just like to end by

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discussing basically, what is an acceptable pitch deed and what

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is not, or what is an unacceptable pitch?

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Well, I won't go into

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into too much detail.

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There's a couple of books on the purple section about this deed itself.

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And if you want more details,

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but in one of these, which was a Master's dissertation,

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the author of the self could be any promoter element, Elena discuss about it, from the time of the Sahaba and so forth. And he also discussed the structure from the logo or linguistic language point of view, all of them agreed or paracin aspects to such deep.

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And these aspects are basically three, there's three aspects in order to participate to be correct and acceptable. Well, the first has to nanny in order for in order to make the deepest something

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that thing must have existed at some time and been told by the people who have been put into practice.

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So the first aspect and in order for there to be 16 Is this the thing must have existed at some time and been put into practice, when the second aspect of disease is the bad thing must have been lost or neglected.

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Well, the third aspect of diseases, you renew it, or you bring it back to how it used to be, this is what the gap is. And it could be any, for example of concern in some practices of the province that cinemas neglected by the Muslim Ummah, some aspects of the Muslim ummah.

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And it was practiced by the Sahaba, and so forth. And then some members of the Muslim League, this practice,

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will then you bring this practice back in the way that the public has similar views to performance, this is deep, and if the feed is not bringing something new, because it is not only having a new idea that no one else ever thought up to visit, not bringing some notes, which goes against any she had in the past, is not trying to make Islam compatible with modern society and so forth.

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Especially modern preferred society. But it's good to live with him and survive the actions of Islam as they were practiced by the governments of Finland, after they had been lost for some time. This is what the deal was, according from a linguistic point of view, according to the things that describing the terrain, and the stories of the Henderson village in Africa. So therefore, their claims of many of those writers who talked about disease, and just look different aspects, what is the general sort of differences, for example, happened throughout his lecture that was put into work.

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And he wrote, he's basically claiming that we need a neurosurgeon. He is saying that we need a neurosurgeon, what is not the meaning of the DVD whatsoever, and the meaning of the veto that we carry

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those who are wearing the and the things as soon as the class last year, not the loser.

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Remember that we talked about whether

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champion the things that he did, whether he was in the state or whatever. And because he was taking things back to the way it was during the time of the Sahaba. And so therefore he was making it v. Now, this enables terms of the use of art, it is true that we need to succeed nowadays, to revive many of the aspects of Islam that you are not putting into practice. But the deed was the years and they tried to prove that people buy because as I said, it has a positive connotation. No, it does not whatsoever, what they are,

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what they are actually doing is good, is to bring us back to the way that listen, and to implement little vectors of symbolic math that have been neglected or any forgotten.

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Thank you on that point, inshallah.

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It's a good time

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to quit, while I still have some ways for them

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to do whatever he has in mind to do with you.

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It is possible that

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if someone says that we use to judge nothing, we use our intellect to judge what has been transmitted. And we might mean by that, that, that

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through our office, that we understand, and it's mixed up

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with the text.

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This is possible, probably too similar.

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Probably to some of the others. Perhaps that's

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what they meant by that. Even that

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statement, probably should not be put in that way. That's what they mean. But sometimes you can tell by the context, and the tone of the argument and what they're saying and what they're using it for that perhaps

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that's not working. For me. And it depends. You have to, you have to look closer. And

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so when I when I poke someone who's making this statement

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here, it's because

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from my understanding what he wrote,

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in the context of working role, he was saying, basically,

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the way that I'm using here the palapa takes precedence.

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But I'm sure a lot of it could be possible in some cases, as you said, they don't mean it in that way. Although that might be the way to see

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them in but it seems when I didn't see any of the tears from

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and he has a PhD from within 30 minutes. And in order to get a PhD from UCLA,

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even if you have to study other topics, pitches.

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Me his dissertation shows that he has he graduated with, with Honors in the two first, all those courses, where any of you studied

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then has arguments that because the truth is one thing because a Muslim, must not must not be authentic any This is an argument that anyone who has studied just the basis of habits. So my point was that, and it's a strange to hear him make this thing. So that

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would be understandable,

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but not more than

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what, what I know and what that move is well known among the people who are studying it

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as audiences and as you know, Muslim said

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that it was not their intention to collect all of the hydrates, which are authentic, if you if you if you were if you open up a Muslim, if you were a Muslim itself.

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You see in

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here that

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a non Muslim was asked why don't you also include the header of whatever and this is different. This is not my intention to include all of the headings which are authentic, and just including birth, in which the school was not

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a beautiful white man with that he said to me, he will make his book to learn

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a three year record of all the benefits were just

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enable for example, with respect to eliminate the sorry.

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I'm sorry, the T is the T memorize

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100,000 100,000 authentic,

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how many.

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And even if you include all the repetitions, and the head even

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about 10,100, something well known that if you're studying, you will come across and see that there are many blitzes to hear other than

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Muslim and some of these other books because they are of very good quality

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to Mr. Hayden have done, which historically has had some bruises and with recent research has shown that, in fact, its quality is excellent indeed, in most of the areas. In

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fact,

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what I meant by the word, Sohail includes both for her husband, so it's not

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unusual to see both kinds of freedom.

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There's many authentic headaches, which you will find in some of the goals and measure that there are that you will not find inside.

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This is something real known. And the principles

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were I don't believe, I don't believe that there's any spoiler any rules for negligence of the effect to something basic, as soon as you open any book, or read any book,

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you won't get that information.

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The question was concerning the comments that they made any subsidies, and I think it was,

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I think a little bit more than, and it could lead not to come up with a new wish to have the confidence audit,

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necessarily, but to be able to return things to the way that they're supposed to be, according to the practices.

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know,

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something is that they are using it as visa route, that seems to mean making new IDs, that was not ready to do what

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they need means to revive what was done by the prophet in his companions, after they've been

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interested.

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That could be the real meaning of this visa, this is this, in order to make the deed for something, it has to be to recondition its existence, it was neglected or lost. And you bring it back to a

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few a few.

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So if you make he had a new list you had which there was never any he had like that before. It's not.

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That could be European Yeah. And he would judge it as a third according to what's around us. And that would be consistent with Bronson, we accepted

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that that's not what this video

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is all

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about is the team made the statements and he has just added controls to work

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in the same manner, so that he never made the statement that he was talking about that what he just said

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was also and even heading towards the end, he is not a specialist in headaches. So he may not have known that they must read them in the first place. This is using, we're trying to

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which is a good way

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to try to figure out some way to defend the person. But then he was just in general and he made the statement in general. And even the way he made the statement you could also use it for the quantity

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and the history of Islam. Some people use this principle and

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why cannot be an example of them coming to the rally once I let him.

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Make

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such