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Do we need an evidence from the Quran and the Sunnah to negate something about Allaah

Karim Abuzaid


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You cannot negate an attribute from a law without What? Without an evidence

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to uptake for example, can I say Allah doesn't sleep? Can I say that? Yes, I can. I can. What is your evidence?

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A law hula Isla

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de la hoodoo who Sina

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so negation there is an evidence. Can I say Allah doesn't die? Yes I can. Some of you might say, Come on. Yes, I can say that. Why, what what

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hyena levy

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the place your trust abunda one who does not die the ever living or does not die you're getting there. So the negation the point of

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the negation here You must have an evidence from the Quran and the Sunnah. But with a little twist here, look at this here, look at this year, to negate that which Allah has negated from himself or that which his messenger negated from him from the names and the attributes, but along with believing that it's fully perfect opposite is confirmed for Allah, the highest. Like if I say Allah doesn't die. I affirm life for Allah in the most perfect manner. And I'll explain that in a minute. But this is just the definition.

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Obviously, here to achieve the above mentioned definition, we must do three things, affirm, negate and restrain or halt regarding vague terms that we cannot run our mouth.