Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir al-Baqarah #02 – Story of Adam and The Angels #1

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of finding time to express anger towards others and not just saying, hey, this is what I want. They also touch on the topic of the Alliance and the importance of showing one's book. The conversation is centered around the topic of the Alliance and the importance of showing one's book.
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To sleep while

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we pause and

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sent either in the supply chain without

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the publisher or the city and do

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polios tricks about it and I've seen

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if not with handwriting impairments and all those are followed like guidance until the Day of Judgment may

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already be to your law knowledge can we accept that which was taught us in the army or knowing the unwise My dear brothers salamati

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Act to keep remembering that was mentioned the sisters because I feel this i From what I know the sisters are not available yet but

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I think the the might try to

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allow them to come and benefit as well.

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There was last time we left off for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala managing

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well, it's part okay but in the journey, I mean,

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we've talked about that.

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today Inshallah, we will begin with the next idea. And that is the same as

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you get it from

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me, Mooney,

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gotten to saw the

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cooler. And Allah subhanaw taala taught

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all of the smell.

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Of course, here, I had to insert the word with the name of Allah subhanaw taala respectively. Allah is not there in the name. But it is clear that the one who taught here is ALLAH SubhanA.

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Wa, sparkle, but you don't have the word Allah there Right. But you see them

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with a font ha. So it is monsoon. So it is

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it so where is the thighs? Where is the one who taught Allah subhanaw taala. Because immediately clear what Allah

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Allah taught

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all of the names of Allah subhanaw taala is the source of all knowledge. Allah subhanaw taala is the one who teaches and we see that this is the case in general because we know Allah is the source of knowledge. And in this specific case, we see because we take it back to the first human being.

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And that is an either on a setup,

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who talks about Allah subhanaw taala. That knowledge has been being passed down one generation after another, afterwards, have lots of panel data is the one who's on

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the last panel to Allah says in the Quran, what did I refuse to let me show you in a minute, he loves the machine,

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every single

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advancement in knowledge that you see in the world today, and you can see that that advancement is progressing at an alarming rate. Nothing like it used to be before. Now one year passes. And if you don't keep up, the discoveries keep coming one after another knowledge is is being produced or we hope it is knowledge. You might say it's information rather than knowledge.

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But it's being produced at such a fast rate. All of that is a drop in the ocean of the knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala and another that can be discovered or understood except by the provision of the last panel Tada this is the meaning of a machine learning machine. So you cannot come pass the knowledge of Allah subhanaw taala except with what He wills here a lot.

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These are the things

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one of the things

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what names

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what have you read? What have you heard of

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All knowledge.

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Summer. Okay, specifically next

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what else?

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Have you ever wondered about that? What did Allah teach at the money center?

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In one language

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the style is different scholars differ quite a bit, what are these needs that was planted? And one is this idea now coming right after the verse about a lot telling the angels I'm going to place a leaf on the birth This is very important this one

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so he taught

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us not that not any not just some asthma

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This is what caused some of them of St. Louis to go over with a very broad brush and a smart Kula all of the things

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that must include a lot.

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According to the opinion of Mr. Bass,

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he taught them or they set up the names of all things in front of him at the time. Okay, human being things in nature, the mountains, the rivers, the animals, everything around him, Allah subhanaw taala taught him all of those names

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though there's the opinion that it is actually more restricted

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that this is actually the names of

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let us call them intelligent beings and not necessarily thinks

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Where did the scholars get this from our grammar? Well, I'm a smart Akula sama Allah

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Allah Allah whom Arabic speakers regardless of whether you are a native

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only or not maybe

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they're shy because if they put their hand up then I'm going to choose them and tell them

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what is going on here? Okay, though my

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home laser Ocala

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home is usually mentioned

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with intelligent beings not things or animals or objects. Otherwise you would have said to ma ha ha ha, he said to me out of the home

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for other people maybe a smiley another proof a smiley heart

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another proof seemingly that they are alternative intelligent beings. Okay.

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So this is why someone like the man who

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claimed that it was quite restricted. So he said it was the names of all of the progeny of Adam Eiling set up all of his descendants and the names of all of the angels intelligent beings

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and he was basing it on this

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scholar scholars replied it's it's a it's a very vibrant community. Okay, if you will. This is not just this is it, you know, there's nothing else black and white. And he himself answered himself, he said what those detractors will say and he actually said this is also an interesting opinion or possible opinion even though he felt that this is a reference to intelligent beings but he said and he in the area

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of love and have fun oh, no real spotlights

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of only one or two three.

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But they're hiding up there hiding okay, don't worry, I won't. I won't ask you brother.

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When he talks about how Allah subhanaw taala created everything from water, Allah

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Furman home

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when he actually right

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when home so he use this for intelligent beings though they are

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there, a lot of them are not intelligent, but some of them are. And this is why someone like even appeared and they said

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And the reason Allah subhanaw taala used to is because most of them are intelligent beings, literally the most are intelligent, but included in the intelligent beings are not intelligent beings. That includes all things

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as my condition, names of Office sounds Congress with very wide and said this is also in different languages.

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Mind you this can be confusing, because you and I might think about all languages that exist today know that existed,

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A lot less. But did all languages then come from that? Maybe this is a big debate between scholars of linguistics and how language developed wahala Smar Kula.

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Very interestingly,

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when you raise your children,

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when you're teaching them their first words,

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do you start with articles, prepositions

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that will take quite a bit of explaining. So you started out with the basics.

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This is right, this is the ground. This is whatever this is mama, this is Baba, right? This is an apple, you start with the names very important.

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And subhanAllah scholars of language, modern researchers are saying that kids only learn and can only learn

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by stimulating the areas in the brain that are responsible for speech.

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And that happens only when they are taught to by another human being.

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So every child technically is learning to speak from the ones who raised mean, their parents or someone that's

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and the parents from their parents in a continuous chain all the way back to say that either.

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So who thought

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die. Furthermore, in this day and age, where knowledge has become

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so widespread, and the research on the specialization and all of this.

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Anytime you want to

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have or make any contribution, or gain any knowledge in a specific field,

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the first thing you start to learn is a smell.

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You start to learn the terminology of that science, right? Otherwise, there's no way to get in, you may call it the buzzwords, I can tell you from experience professional interpreters that interpret for people speaking in all kinds of different fields that they are not specialists in what do they have to do, they have to go after that terminology after those nouns, those major terms right and understand those to be able to communicate in any understandable and comprehensible way

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what is now the connection. So here was tells the angels

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tell me about these names. Okay.

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Allah subhanaw taala is saying this immediately after that I have in New Jerusalem.

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So this seems to be like evidence and corroboration for the fact that Allah has power to Allah is going to make a Hanifa on this earth.

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So the first rule would be that this V is going to be a learning

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a being that can learn that that has the capacity to learn things that has a higher intelligence SubhanAllah. Notice how again, the beginning is always about knowledge.

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in it. This is the beginning the beginning of the story of humankind, the emphasis and

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the first revelation of the Quran, what was the emphasis of knowledge

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And then he says, under the eye level in cerebral

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high minima

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in Santa

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Ana, these are the first verses being revealed. The beginning starts with knowledge Subhanallah what I love

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Kula Adam Ali Salam, as in the authentic hadith of the prophets are seldom

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related by the divinity and others. He says that Allah subhanho wa Taala

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have taken

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some of the sand of the earth

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and created Adam from it.

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And just like that sand that sorting from the Earth has all kinds of things in it.

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Such were human beings, they also came out with all of that different variety. Okay, so he says in the la cama bathtub button Minardi Fajr.

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so, what came out what resulted of human beings that were created, just like what came out of the soil. So there were very white people amongst them, white people, black people, good people, bad people, right? All of the different things that you get from the soil itself, you've got, indeed human beings as well, as they've been Abbas

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explains that the name of Adam comes from the fact that he was created from that top layer of the earth. A demon mound means that which is a parent of the Earth, the top layer, okay. And that's why he is called Adam. And possibly as well because it refers to

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a certain darkness of hue or color,

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from the soil that he was created. From what

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color hola this first, Khalifa according to some of the opinions of scholars, and at least the first human being from which the Khalifa comes, but I've never heard of others kulula husband, Maha Allahu Allah. And then he presented them to the angels here the scholars of the difference about what does it mean that he presented them?

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What did he present? Exactly? So many scholars said, he presented those things, those objects are those people

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that Allah Subhana Allah was challenging them, to mention the names of some of the whom either malefic so how he did that Allah Allah, this is part of elements like we don't know. But somehow or other, he presented them to the angels and said to them, tell me of their names. If you indeed are truthful in quantum science, right?

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Here, we need to stop and think, okay, especially with the different opinions.

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Allah subhanaw taala was telling them telling me of their news if you're gonna be truthful, and this is now to show them that Adam and his Sarah is better than you and is superior than you and eventually is going to tell them to prostrate to other managers.

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The question is,

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what does he mean by input on Sunday?

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If you are the truth,

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you remember from last time, we talked about the possibilities

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of why the angels set what they said.

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We said that there were some scholars who indicated that the angels were somehow objecting, right.

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And we said that many scholars also said that this is not suitable for the angels to object, but rather, they are questioning asking Allah why, and furthermore, they cannot believe they are incredulous about the fact that

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Will there be someone who will disobey Allah subhanaw taala? Again, the essence of the Malayaka, right? Who is this creation that is going to disobey Allah subhanaw taala.

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In control, so the thing if you indeed are truthful,

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some scholars said this means, if you are truthful that this can be, as you claim is going to corrupt, spread corruption in the earth, and shed blood, this is what they said,

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We have no single female rescue we could do in quantum surgery, if you are the truthful that this is what the Khalifa will do.

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This is one possibility.

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Of course, if that is the case, that's ruled out the possibility please focus with me, that Allah and

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remember, we answer the question, how would the angels know?

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If Allah told them?

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That how can they now say, if you are indeed truthful,

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that he will corrupt? I told them, so then that would rule out that opinion. And it would give credence to the opinion that they do it on their own, or possibly from as a deduction from seeing the jinn before humanity, right. The other possibility, include them surgically,

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if you are truthful, in your request of

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that philanthropy amongst you rather than human beings, and we mentioned that this was one opinion as well.

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And that some scholars give credence to it and actually, you find it quite a bit as you go deeper into the verses, it's it becomes as if it is a very strong opinion, that the angels were saying that almost as if they were offering to be the Hanifa instead of the EVPs, when I

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put this back, make us

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in good tune sanity, if you are in the truthful that you are more deserving of this seed Alpha telling me of the names of

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these people are these things.

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There may be a third possibility,

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and that is that in Arabic, you might just say that not because you're necessarily challenging or you are saying if you are truthful or if you are not truthful, but if you know the answer,

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in good terms,

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okay. Well Allah, Allah, Allah.

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Allah lot of it seems to incline to the opinion, that this is input those are the people who are truthful about your claim, that

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human beings are going to spread corruption and shed love on the right. And the reason that is so

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is because

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in his inclination to this opinion, we seem so this, I'm trying to show you that this is not an easy path, he seems to be inclining. Now to the opinion that if the angels were not objective, but this is clearly

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a a type of rebuke or censure

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towards the angels when Allah subhanaw taala is telling them this and the meds my quantum somebody, almost as if it is a challenge to them.

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Furthermore, he liked him and compared the response of the melodica they said layer Imola. He compared that response to

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the seeking of forgiveness by many of the prophets, who committed something or did something that may have warranted seeking the forgiveness of Allah subhana

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wa salam

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you need from the forbidden tree? Did he rebelled. haShoah Canada.

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He sought the forgiveness of Allah so Allah forgive him.

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No, Salah,

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asked for his son.

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Allah censored him

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straight back, seeking the forgiveness of Allah

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the wound

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Same thing, Musa and insulin is fine, all of them. But they did something that warranted seeking the forgiveness of Allah which so scholars called a minor sin.

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They immediately repented,

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compared now the response of the angels,

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to all of that, they immediately came back Subhanak.

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So there wasn't need some kind of objection in what they were saying,

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in quantum science,

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the response by the Subhan, ALLAH

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SubhanA glory means we go along no knowledge as needed.

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Realize that this is what is befitting of the angels and every slave servant of Allah subhanaw taala.

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To attribute knowledge to us,

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even knowledge that we conspicuously gained through our efforts, and through our research,

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whether you put a machine learning machine on law, permitted you to gain that knowledge.

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Furthermore, be modest brother with your march Subhanak

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Sahaba would whenever they were asked, though, they may know or they may have an idea, Allah, Allah Zulu Allah, by this messenger know best be modest, say, I don't know.

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When you don't know, say I don't know.

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This is this is the humility with which you will gain more knowledge. If you're not able to say I don't know.

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You will not gain knowledge when someone will who has that kind of monster. I remember Subhanallah just a quick anecdote, when I was recruiting someone a technician. So I was asking him questions.

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I was asking him clearly something that may be out of his

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comfort zone, or specialty. And he's clearly been taught that no matter what, answer something, right.

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And, you know, he goes, That's right.

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All over the place. And I said, the correct answer is, I don't know.

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When you don't know, tell me I don't.

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I'm gonna be this person's boss.

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Eventually, if he starts telling me this, and that and this and that, in his area of expertise, which is not necessarily why you can see how chaos would ensue.

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famous stories of how to lower the amount of magic right from the cave to him from faraway places asking about different questions, the fifth, possibly 48 different questions.

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And 232 or so of them, he says.

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The problem is

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Who did we come to? We came all the way so he can say, I don't know two thirds of the questions we asked.

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If you don't know I don't know.

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Not, it's not an insult. We're human beings in the end. If you know a handler, you're very knowledgeable, but you won't know everything and sometimes you'll get a question and it will stop you. Okay, you may offer some ideas but I'm not that sure. Furthermore, knowledge is always progressing.

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Maybe this needs further research from you and others

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on this habit elaborate

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it seems Allah either here.

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How much time do we have with us?

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I wish that was the case violin fix over there.

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It seems

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that Allah subhanaw taala is teaching us

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teaching the Indians.

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The knowledge of this being is different than yours. It's a different capacity. So we cannot say the angels don't have seen so long. Have you? lost power that

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Allah is telling us about a capacity for knowledge that is beyond that which has been given to the Indians, one that makes him deserve the field

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that makes him deserve

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to be the Khalifa of Allah Earth. If we take that opinion about the meaning of Philadelphia, as we spoke last time,

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and ultimately, anything that

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Civilization is built on knowledge.

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again, the juxtaposition of these two things, in the giant of the Khalifa.

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Kula Civilization is built on knowledge, when you are very low on the civilizational ladder in terms of knowledge,

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your civilization will regress as well, you will be in

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the very back are delivered the very end of a series of civilizations, knowledge, and the capacity to learn is why Allah subhanaw taala made and gave the philosophy

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put it

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this meaning,

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the level of poverty, as he's building his argument, says,

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in control sovereignty,

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that you know, that this Khalifa will corrupt on Earth. Tell me of the names of these, if you cannot,

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of course, they want to do evil to

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them, on what basis do you know that which is unseen, you do not even know that which is in front of your price. shows him showed them sorry, the different things telling me that means you don't even know the names of that which is in front of you. How can you know that which is which is unseen, about what you're saying about the Khalifa is what to do.

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By the satanic Hillary

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very interesting.

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In this day and age,

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when you look at what science says about the history of humanity,

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you see some very interesting things. And I would say some very

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difficult to believe information about what humanity was worth. Of course, we know that this is related to what science calls the theory of evolution.

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They claim that our history is a history that goes back to these animals. And we say that the first human being is Adam.

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And they keep talking about this history, about the cavemen, the Neanderthals, the hunter gatherers Subhanallah as a means that is created only to hunt, gather,

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eat, drink, and sleep Subhanallah Caleb,

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we see no, not at all, the first human being Russia, the father of humanity, Adam Peninsula, that you also

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concede to being the father of humanity that other holy books and other religions talk about. As the father of humanity. The first human being on Earth is a knowledgeable human being is a civilized human being fiveyear brothers, he's a prophet of Allah.

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They asked the proposal says, either was he a prophet? He said, Yes is a prophet, a prophet, and he was spoken to Allah spoken to him. Allah created him by his own hands, gluing him on his roof

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and taught him the names of all things. Another evidence were those who said, It must be very broad, because on the Day of Judgment, everyone will say Oh, and and you are the one who

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enjoys all of these accolades, one of them that Allah

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taught you the names of all things. So if it was just a few things, it wouldn't be really right. This is one of the part of the evidence and the scholars who said, it is very broad. So ultimately we say this first will be is a speaking human being. And not only speaking, he knows the names of all things. And what if we do include the opinion that it is in different languages? What caveman are you talking about, or Neanderthals that only know how to hunt and gather and eat as if they're a bunch of apes.

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Again, just to further the spirit,

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that this is how human beings came about. Because this is the way they do away with Allah. This is the way they remote remove the last panel or the other from the equation. Allah tells us from the very beginning.

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Smart, nothing of the sort. Walk to have a.

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Absolutely. Absolutely.

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As we see, Allah subhanaw taala is doing this, to tell the angels, Adam Alayhis Salam is better than you and courtship periods. And eventually he would command them to prosper together.

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And of course, it answers the question, it answers the question, which scholars also debated

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and continue to debate which is, you know, are the pious human beings better than the angels or not? This is obviously part of the evidence that the human being is better?

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Well, yeah,

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I have a question, a very serious question that I get asked

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many times when I'm on social media, who am I to copy inequality talks at times? And this is a very important question, not just to the Muslim that is trying to be interested in Islam. But it's also an important question for me to finally get an answer

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for the first and create

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this question

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but this question is important, because I get asked this question. I've got the answer. Okay. And then when he was first created,

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tangling, yeah.

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The question that is asked.

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The population is slowly growing.

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Okay, so if you have pen enabled, that

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is the female note there was there is a female, but we don't hear about that. And this is why scholars said that, because it was one family, right? What nuclear units. So they said that Kay married the sister of Abel and Abel by the sister of Cain, like that. So

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to make it a little bit further, right,

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you know, the rest is history.

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The system of pain? Yeah. They are brothers, but it's possible that

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the first two came together, I don't know for a fact. Okay. But usually, this is what scholars mention.

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Just squishing guitar, so none of them other we were talking the other day, but

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as Muslims, we pride ourselves on the fact that we have answers yes. And then our religion gives taxes we don't have such a thing as you know, just close your eyes and believe with all your heart, we don't have that. So, what should what should be my response to that? It should be

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on send it to you in writing because that way you take yourself out of the equation and you say, the scholars that we slammed them said you have this this and this right? That's it very

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clearly, something happened.

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The Earth got populated so the book was a David Richardson is not very good. But what they're saying is that he's not ticks all the boxes, nice rice, nice, but then there are some things that they just can't get the hit.

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revenue last month. Okay, so very good. When you get to the level, yes. First generation? Yeah, read each other?

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It's yeah.

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I understand. Right. So I believe

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that is once a Trump committed a deed, even to the Christian faith, but it's the same

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idea and

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the Christians the same. But that's the story stops. So what I wanted

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to talk about That's right, is that the President does not

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have kids with the Father.

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But that's the only logical picture. This is a question.

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By the way, that what you said is very important to me.

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They send this out to ticks all the boxes, that means they've gone to the level where

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they're interested in the field, is that answered their questions? So answering those more difficult questions becomes that much more important, right? Because it sticks out the boxes, and they seem to be sincere, they want to know. And knowledge leads to email, and email leads to knowledge, okay, it's circular. However, we wouldn't get the types to pose those questions, not to,

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just to confuse the one minute just to confuse themselves, and you and everyone around. And in those cases, this is where you need to be the leader of the conversation.

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And take them to that, which is more important. This has happened to him personally, on several occasions. In one case, it was a full debate about marrying four wives, as if you know, every other Muslim here has very for, you know, just kept going on and on and on and on.

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And they said this is useless. So let me ask you a question. What's your problem with my belief that there is one God, He sent messengers for the guidance of humanity, all of the messengers came with the same essential message of submission to Allah.

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I took control of the conversation, because I realized this is going nowhere. This is not because as you said, it started ticks all the boxes, and they're going to become twisted eventually. So we have to sometimes still hear the conversation that which is useful and

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talented as well as the people. Okay. But it's just a question that that really needs to be answered that we need to know them just because you will get both types of people. So when that happens, don't get bogged down. And don't feel that, oh, they're not understanding or this or that. They're doing on purpose, because they're not being

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I'm just telling you, you might even face another

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Yeah, yes.

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I'm sure to talk a lot.

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She's happy. She's giving good wishes.

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Yeah, this is what I said. The system wasn't a very, very the same between Exactly. Yeah.

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That's, that's, that's what I was saying. Is that the case? This is what scholars say, Allah, that Allah. But clearly,

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you know, humanity resulted, right. So we know, something happened. But again, it's it's interesting that scholars say that, because what they're trying to say is, and this is something that is deep rooted in our D, which is

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very close, very far, even there. You married the sister of

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the 100. Twin, right? So this is something that's how Allah, sometimes

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you can find a lot of people marrying the first cousins, but there's a heavy fear, but

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this is a question that you should bury far away, not close.

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And this is an example of that also, just

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to finish the question. I mean, obviously, as we can see, we don't read. The question is,

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what kind of floor

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Apart from the demo, they won't cut it in what way? I'll be honest, I didn't

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Just take the extra I understand what you're, you're you're, you're rooting for me.

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For me, the only reason I'm here is so when these questions

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get asked the question, but what happens is that you understand this

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question and we don't have any intention of recording this. All we can do is try to answer as best as we can. Just another opinion that I can't exactly remember, but

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you mentioned human * and humans before

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the opinion saying that we're not, but he's not from go to that religious opinion.

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But if you look at archaeology, like a

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few 100 years, there's an event where it's

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used for and based events.

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That happened, and after the event, intelligent, intelligent human civilization started. So there is an opinion thing that

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Adam could be like, I mean, I'm not saying that he's not intelligent

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on Earth, but maybe before they can begin to

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know what might be the case, brother, what some people will try to say, to try to find some conformity between science and Islam. And I'm all for that when the science is well established. But this is obviously not well established. Right. And they, you know, they keep finding things and contradicting themselves and so on. So what some of them said was that, that after the flood, it's almost like humanity restarted. And that's why they started talking about Neanderthals and, and cavemen and stuff like that, in order to preserve the idea that oh, wait, no, the first intelligent being is Adam. So how can you then say, Neanderthals, and so on, so forth? So they said, Look at

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afterwards, you know, because I that was the first human being, Allahu Allah. But

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I can tell you, there's a lot of

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there's there's a lot in the history of humanity that is problematic in what science has today. Much more. So I would say that in the other sciences.

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Of course, brothers, if you want to read you have work, you have something to do, you're almost free. This is q&a.

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Might be we don't have

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we don't have any in depth assignments. So if I don't know for sure, or is no evidence, no story audit story, that there is a lesson. I don't have to answer. I have faith, I believe

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in proving a belief that

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if there is a question, that, as far as I know, as my basic knowledge or my discipline knowledge, I know it I cannot

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Yeah, like I said, Brother, you have a certain

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wisdom to pride themselves on having answers to practically everything in our need, does that in a credible way. And the non Muslims on more than one occasion, have intimated to me that this was one of the reasons that we want them to do the fix fix. Now, knowledge is an ocean for them. So you may be very knowledgeable, but there is someone who is more knowledgeable than you. So at that point, they noticed this, a Muslim will say to them, I don't know it's not my specialty, I'll ask a scholar or someone more knowledgeable.

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So that is with respect to if there's something I specifically don't know, as someone more knowledgeable.

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Now, what did resonate of what you said, is that there are things in the Quran in the deep stories that have been mentioned, where the details have not been revealed to us. Yes, exactly.

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And therefore spending too much time on those details may be considered superfluous.

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Okay, because we don't have those answers. We may be able to theorize but having debating so much going back and forth, and Allah has not mentioned specific

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Fleet. How this has happened,

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may not be that beneficial. Yes, sometimes that happens, where people will be engaging these conversations. But Allah did not tell us and hadn't been very important. The last panel, the other might have told us right then and there, right? Yeah, I agree with you.

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For the sake of Allah,

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right. But for me, I have a platform Tiktok on Instagram or Facebook, login for schools,

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to colleges.

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I was talking to my bank three, four or three years ago, with 500 workers and a

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system is not existent. Ask me questions based on the question.

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And how to address it. Now I acknowledge it. So I address the census when you talk to the Russian system. So I think she's different. She does not take over when you speak to them speak based on the Bible. But I think so I explained to her until it Jesus Christ said we're not worship gumbo should get on your own that's above and tell her that. So you engage them in regards to the God will tell you what we're interested in it further attention. So what I'm saying what I'm saying abundantly if I don't have the answer, it's my duty as a Muslim and everyone to use to disable? I don't know, but our contact a shortcode. Scholar, and I'll get back to you, because I have to answer the question.

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Because there is something right. And I'll tell you, there's a there's a hadith about this.

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So I have the Afghan officer who is the number of other appointees will

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come into my seat. So you still address the question, right? So if I have knowledge on the Alliance, but there's been so many times, and maybe they've asked me this question, Adam and Eve, and I will kind of draw the answer to. Now I just want to

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share this with everyone as possible.

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This is handy to have loved a few of us for some teachers, right? We're not doing this hadith. Politically, correct me if I'm wrong. I'm not learned on Hadith or anything, but I'll try to keep it brief.

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I got very scared, very, very slim. It just It shocked me because of the others command. In regards to this. One Muslim. The pride is all love and worship Allah is all about if you could not focus. So Allah Sato the code is angels and Savior, because his angels are superior to this city, and destroyed the shriveling and

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destroy, and everything.

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Engines were dumping

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fuel that was pretty much a sort of a stretch to hit them were wishing that we were created to worship Allah, they're not going to get to less man. But they went up

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from this tower. So so much load. You know, you've got two angels on both sides. Right? There's one thing about nature that is very narrow talking to each other pretty much let's be logical. So they could this this old man prayed every day sooner, faster, did everything possible, he could was always perfect. But we never saw law school. So they couldn't 40. So there's no question we just want to know, this 123 allow the anchor system first. with anger, Allah says start with the first why because he kept all his deeply absorbed knowledge until he never went out of the house.

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So that will be placed on the agenda. So he destroyed him first. So what I'm saying is, I agree with you, I haven't got the answer to

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this question has been asked so many times. So he was with us before forever as a scholar in prison. I need to ask and get an answer. Because I know that one day I'm going to get other questions about a lot of judgment.

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Or questions asked me again.

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Yeah, no, no, let me just just say one final thing, because the brother said quite a bit there. As far as I know, the reason is not because he did not spread his knowledge, but rather because he saw that which is to be objected to, and he stayed quiet. Right? So essentially, when Allah subhanaw taala is destroying

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evil people and there's someone good and a monster, and they are pleased or did not engage in Allah.

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This is why he said start with him. So this is the importance of the nominal power to nap, enjoying good and forbidding people. Not so much the issue of spreading knowledge, though, you know, of course that's most important. As far as the issue you mentioned, whether about starting with the Bible

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But he

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I just want to mention that sometimes that's not always the wisest thing. Yes. Sometimes it's important to show them that your own book says that which contradicts what you're saying, absolutely. But don't always feel that you have to argue with them with their own holy book, because a lot of times, they are they already know the holy book back and forth eight and you know, from from cover to cover, or maybe they don't, but either way, they're done with that.

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just just when they finish what I'm saying, The example I like is

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for all practical purposes, because sometimes that will increase that argumentation.

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They will not be convinced more. Why?

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Because they have something they're holding on to a rock.

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It's not a particularly nice

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fact, kind of an ugly one. Okay. But you know, what's a team? It's my rock, I like it. Okay, so you've come to them and you're speaking, you start saying, What do you want with this luck, you're already holding on to it.

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So instead of telling them to throw away the rock, come to them and say, Here, I'm going to give you a diamond, get rid of your rock.

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You see, numbers should come with that point. At that point. They might be like this, you know? So sometimes, they're so entrenched in the Bible, you come now and you hear all of that and learning in one ear and out the other. And you start telling them about what the Quran says. And it's like a whole new world has been opened up to them.

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So, when they I understand, so when are we going to be on the line? Yeah, they curious and how did you become this new slab?

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Colombian Government must

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be really exciting and basically discussion and also we have to, you know,

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demand it

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