99 Names of Allah #04

Mohammed Hijab

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. How're you guys doing? Welcome to another episode where we're looking at the names of the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala. And this is the fourth episode, where we'll be exploring some of Allah subhanaw taala as most common names in the Quran and the Sunnah, we spoke about the main Hadith, which really, everything goes back to in terms of this discussion, this discourse, which is that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam told us that Allah to Allah is 99 names, or when I saw her, the halal Jana, whoever is able to do it sort of it, this word will translate in a second, he goes to heaven now. So it really includes memorizing it,

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acting by living by it, and so on and so forth. And of course 99 We've said it's not really the upper limit in terms of how many names and attributes belong to Allah subhanaw taala. Allah has even more than that, but if you have those names that Allah sponsor has just memorized 99 of them and live by them, that will be enough inshallah for you to go to Jana now.

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Last week, we spoke about some names and I think we stopped at SLM. So today in sha Allah, we're going to be breaking groups into two. And the first group here on the left is going to be doing

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the following names. Ally ally,

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and Ally Aziz sorry, Ally, as well as ease of Kogi and El Mateen.

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So it's that five year average give you okay and the other group here

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are Jabbar

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Omoto Catbert, Al holep, Albert et al MUSAWAH.

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And that will be that all have 10 to 15 minutes confirm Charla and then we'll we'll come back and feed back. Alright, let's feed back in sha Allah group one what names did you have and what kind of meanings

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so the two names that I'm going to speak about are the names Li Li and other. So when the highly means the high, whereas an other in the Arabic language is on the same scale as an F file, which means the Most High.

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Now the general difference between the two names are the Li Li, means that Allah subhanaw taala is high regardless of the existence of anyone

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he is, he is higher than sort of Las Panatela is high in all of his in all aspects his high in his essence, his power, his strength, whereas Allah entails that he is higher than everything in existence.

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And I think it's worthy to mention that Allah subhanaw taala

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asks us to call him while we are in the lowest most humble point which is sujood prostration. He asks us to call him Subhana robia Allah glorified be to the most height. And this teaches us a type of humility, whereby we in the dunya, which in the Arabic language means something lowly, we are in a low place in the lowest place, and we are calling out to the Most High. And this teaches a type of humility that to the human being. I think it should go without saying that there has been a difference of opinion between the scholars as to the literal meaning of Allah's highness. Allah subhanaw taala says, I'll wash man while she's still the most merciful ascended above the throne.

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And obviously, that there are generally two main camps within Arizona will jam out or there might be some controversy there. Whereby you have the say, the Salafist, the Salafi school, which believes that Allah subhanaw taala, you can ascribe directionality to Allah, Allah is above us in the literal sense. And the ash at school, who go towards the most metaphoric the more metaphorical sense. And obviously, there's a big spectrum, you have some people on the more extreme side of that spectrum. It's been narrated that the likes of Bashar Al Medici say, used to say Institute Subhana, RBLS, fell, Glory be to Allah, the most efficient release will be mortality. So you have obviously extreme

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people in extreme silence spectrum, who believe that there is no difference whether you call it the most high or the most low allies, you know, both, of course, in one sense, in time me, I mentioned that there's a wider view of Arizona, which actually, he says includes the mitosis and the District of view, which of course, he says, it's only a hadith,

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Salah and so on. So you said it goes, you know, this bit of controversy, but even

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you could use the term Allison in different in different contexts for everyone that's watching because we don't want no refutation. Today, but the point is, of course, you're right in the sense that these are the positions that the Muslim people have held. That is a lob of the throne, you know, with his essence and so on. Of course, the humbly opinion the we would argue the opinion of the other opinion of the majority of people

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A little beginner. Well, Islam, is that yesterday that they did take that opinion. And then with the development of a shadow school and

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you know, metal Ed schools and so on the answer sides become a little bit more varied.

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And, of course, what they say is, I would say it's not incorrect, in a sense, when they say, lace along mercantilism, and that that Allah doesn't have a place or time that what they mean by that is Allah is not confined by team time or space. And that is true. So in a sense,

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there isn't that much controversy, I think, in TED Moria, and other places you'll find they've been telling me agreeing with, if it means to high use, if it means constriction, and so on, then we don't believe in Allah is confined in time or space. So this is an important thing, and I liked the spiritual element. What other names that we have?

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These Yes, as these is the one to whom belongs my honor, in its entirety. And what I found interesting when I was reading is that he is never humiliated. No, he's noisy, ever wronged.

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I found it interesting because a Muslim might think that when they sinned against Allah, they are wronging Allah or they are him, possibly humiliating Allah. But in fact, they are humiliating themselves. And you know, they're only doing wrong on themselves when they sin.

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As he is also the one who is victorious and is never vanquished.

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It's usually a couple of OEL Mateen

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and

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is taken from the word Aza which means honor nobility and he cannot be overcomed what Ravi is the overcomer

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comes and this is a very important distinction to make between because you said that there are some names of Allah wished as if you like other Musa, there's some kind of linguistic flesh that joins what we should be and what Allah is, in different ways. Of course, any lesson can be free, he shaped Allah there's nothing like him at all hosting mobile Sierra and he's all here we're

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all here and we'll see. But the point about Isaiah is very important because there are verses of the Quran instructing Muslims to be more tests of someone who has Eisah possesses advisor and there's a difference between what has more tests or has his as been FC, he'll have some kind of self kind of self respect, self dignity, because that's what it would really be a kind of self respect.

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Versus someone who's wants to combat and there is a fine line there. So for example, someone who

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deprecates themselves a basis themselves

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is somebody who is not what Islam is praising. For example, the very famous as Walter Matthau, Allah subhanaw taala says yet you're live in Amman normally I set them in command Dini for Sophia to let her be called your head, boom, we're gonna add the listener, meaning Isetan Allah Caffrey uj Don't be so be the live life on the line with the line. Very important is that Oh, you who believe if you turn back on your heels, meaning become more 10 apostates after you have become believers and Allah will replace you. He will replace you with the people. Number one, Abdullah Al minion, they are humble with the believers iZotope cafe, they are mighty with the disbelievers. Now this is come on

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some sort of scrutiny we'll come to in a second uj do not use a bit Allah they struggle in the path of Allah. Well, I have gone along with them and they do not fear, the blame of the blameless the ones who gives them blame. They don't care about that person.

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And this is very interesting and important. And there's obviously the verse and assault, assault, Mohammed, Isaiah al kuffaar, Mohammed Vietnam, they are Isaiah al kuffaar mighty with the disbelievers and merciful between themselves. It would seem to me that this is the general rule.

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Some people now they make this into the exception, but this would this is actually the general rule, meaning it's not when you're mighty, it does not mean you're oppressive. It does not mean you are rough, aggressive.

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Doesn't mean being mighty simply means you establish clear boundaries. Number one,

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you start you're strong. You You have self respect, you're not self deprecating, which is why once again, humility, if taken to an extreme

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can actually lead to humiliation because it doesn't become humility anymore. And this is something beautiful that I heard and I'll never forget the first time I heard this I memorized it just because I liked it so much, which is even the best came to our top and I've probably mentioned this to you before and he said to him, What does it take to be a leader

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is what it takes to be races Lamelo has a lamp you cannot be a leader it will kill you if you hide it often except for the strong one and other than weakness

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well let's sorry Alka you will feel a lay you know feel hatred off in the lineage one and other than the linear one and other than weakness. So number one be lenient. Yes be lenient to people. Be respectful, be lenient, be nice, be kind. But don't be weak. There's a there's a virtue that lies in between the two parameters. Well, how will you feel either on and the strong one in other than aggression, and be strong, be assertive, but don't be aggressive? While Jawad Aviv it is rough and the one who is Jonnie generous person, you give money to people this one there, give this one a gift you but you're not

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extravagant? Yeah, you're not wasting money. You're not You're giving

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Well, while Boomstick favorable, clean, and the one who only saves money, he's he's holding back. But he's not a nanny.

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Yeah, he's not he's not throwing he's not sorry, miserly or stingy or something you see. So the point is, is that this is in this is like Nicomachean Ethics. This is virtue is where the virtue is somewhere in the middle, like what Aristotle was talking about the virtue ethics.

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And what we're saying is that the Apostle was a disbeliever. Is might.

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Yes, and this what Allah says the Quran, I don't see that as Mostess This is Dan, this is, which means that if you're living in a non Muslim society, that means thing that should be protected is the dignity and the honor of the Muslim people, the eyes of the Muslim people. Now you would you would think you would think, like living here and listening to some explanation of of these verses by some people, that this is an exception. This isn't jihad or something else. It doesn't say that though.

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The see, though, I want to know where it says this is an exception, which means

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you have to establish yourself. Yes. Oh, you're fine. Fine. Sorry, I thought you had. So that's as is

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any any other thing with as us? So yeah, there's a difference. I made reference to this book before and I make reference to it again. When I was reading this book called the narcissist test, I think I made reference.

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And he said this on the two sections, you have someone's echoes, and you have someone who's a fully fledged narcissist. And in the middle, you have someone who's, who has enough self importance, because he says that narcissism is self importance, a scale of self importance, he says, enough self importance, but he's not deluded by that. So becomes whatever so self deprecation, and a basement is not Islamic. Someone who's old brother, this and that and that humble, it's not his weakness. So there's a beautiful middle ground as people that go too much in this way they need to come with like myself, but there's some people on this side that can come here. Okay, so what's the next name?

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We've got here? We've got two more names here. Yeah, we will go we will go. And Mateen. Okay. Go we means the strong, the strong, the powerful.

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He's a strength, three strength is supreme, unlimited and inexhaustible.

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Before him the strength of anything or anyone is insignificant, and so does not so does the greatness of anyone else, that's great.

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So, he also says that he affects everything yet nothing can affect him.

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And Mateen stands for the firm listed first.

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And Martin is the one who in addition to his unconquered unconquerable power, his nature is to be fun,

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this combination of possession of the strength of the or the perfect strength and complete firmness of nature means no one can ever object to sanctions or prevent his audit from being carried out.

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So, the difference between the two will be I mean, even though often grouped together for Ben

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to have the similar meaning, this distinction is that a career refers to a last great strength he possesses the perfect power was a Mateen is an extension

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of sorry to the extension of his strength,

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but focuses on on the intensity we have axial athletes, right. So, just to summarize that last bit, that was talking about the strength of a last month on the power button mattina is talking about how that expands Allah subhanaw taala is strength is encompassing of

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of the creation for example. Yeah, yeah.

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So when, for instance, is paired with a name, such as a Rezac

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would mean something like his provision is firm.

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Yeah, if he's paired with the within him or queens case, it will mean the strength is firm miracle. And you know, when you think about well Oh, you were just mentioned here connecting it with provision of Allah, Maha to general internally I will do my original Minister Mahmoud on your time when Allah and Allah Who will call you to Kuba till May 18. So this is the CO a little cooler to the Mateen that Allah is the strong one that has Mateen strength. So, he's just said that in the in the context of I'm the one who provides, I'm the one who provides you and then he's got the cool materials, not just specific strength, it's very widespread and encompassing trances. And what's

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really interesting is that yes, this is one of the Seufert of Allah subhanaw taala, which we should implement as much as we can.

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The Prophet Muhammad wa sallam said in the very famous Hadith, but if people don't Yanni read the Hadith to the end, this very powerful idea, I'll move mingle coffee, Hiram, what had it Allah and then want me to die for free cooling higher. So let's just translate this for the strong believer is better and more beloved to Allah than the weak believer, and both of them there is good. Yeah. So what does what's the advice? Because now we're saying okay, we want to be strong believers. Now there's YouTube channels and Instagram pages and people doing pull ups are strong believers. This is all good for it. But the promise has solid gives us advice on how to be strong believers. So watch

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our these have a solid manufacturer number one,

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which is beware of that which benefits you Yanni try and do that which benefits you and the Prophet Muhammad? Salah Salem. Mr. McGuire olam in Yes. Eloqua Haldeman, Neff. Yeah, what is even more I'm gonna move to kabbalah heileman naffaa. He wants to beneficial knowledge, this country about good provision, or I'm an amateur Kabbalah, you know? So that's the first thing Yeah, hello, Salama and foucha. What's time biller? But what's time delay? Yeah.

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And the second thing is have seek refuge in Allah. So to be strong, you need one number one, yeah, this Allah MA and foucha. So beware of those things which are beneficial for you. Good for your body, your mind, your soul, your family, your community, do it. Have a program for yourself, be strong and be strong. Number one for the prophets. Have a program for yourself. It helps. In fact, don't do things which are frivolous, don't do things which they have no end go do things which are beneficial. What's down below and also seek refuge in Allah? Meaning have our calling God have this if you really believe in God, you should have realized.

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Yeah, well that touches Allah ma saw Becca, this is very important. And don't give up. Don't quit when things get bad basically. Well, that attaches Allah ma saw Becca, do not panic when things get bad.

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Tadge is when you become incapacitated, you're panicking because because of some calamity, some trauma that happened in your life. Don't do that.

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And Allah subhanaw taala gives us this meeting in many different parts of our lifetimes. Allah ma Saba, so many verses in the Quran about that, like I don't even know where to start, really. But a good one is in the in Santa Holika. Hello, I'm a sociologist, that muscle hieromartyr are a little more solid. Like, for example, the human beings is created, Allah says in a state of anxiety, that when evil touches him, he panics. And when good comes to him, he tries to keep it all for himself, except for the ones who pray regularly and so on. Yeah, a little more saline and verses that we know. So basically him. These are three pieces of advice. And then the Prophet Muhammad Salam

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continues and giving us advice on how to be strong and so to be good.

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He says,

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Well, I tackle do not say well, nd fall to Catamarca. If only I had done such and such a thing. Don't be one of those personalities that regrets everything they didn't do in their life. The only thing you should really regret are your sins.

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Honestly, if you regret the only thing you need to regret everything else costs. That gives you a kind of liberation. Oh, I should have done this. I should have invested here I should have married that I should have. Well, I'm going to do me regretting something is not going to make things better.

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It's not it's not gonna it's actually a burden on me. It's not useful to me. It's unproblematic from every perspective. Oh, I wish I had done this. And I wish I had done that. And I wish I'd just get started. Now. The only thing you should regret a sense because as we've said when we talked about Web, one of the conditions of Toba is net them and regret regretting something you have to regret. They seem to repent to Allah. But apart from that you don't need to regret anything. Everything he says will tackle any file together okay, that will instead say Kadar Allahu Masha file that Allah has has pre ordained this matter. And what he wanted came to pass

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because this is if you start saying regretting us

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stuff like that this is a pathway for the devil for you. So what I'm saying is that if you want to be a strong believer This is the Prophetic template on how to do it.

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We have to have a good plan in place for our lives, which means that we're doing aerosol ma Phalke doing that which is beneficial to us, we have to have good spirituality which is taught Kula Allah so on and and we have to build mental resilience. That's what the Prophet told us build mental resilience and how'd you do in the millennium of Italian will help over to Hello.

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That certainly that if you want to become if you want to learn that you have to seek knowledge, if you want to be forbearing, then you have to put yourself in the difficult situation Some scholars say what have you put yourself in a difficult situation and manage put yourself in an uncomfortable situation and managing that one. So it's helpful to have room being full bearing Yes, but Hello.

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Well may yet somebody who's a bit of Allah Hadith in Sahih, Muslim, whoever seeks patience and resilience from Allah subhanaw taala, Allah make him more resilient. So you put yourself in a situation where you can do more of that. So this is the Prophetic template, Have we finished all the names? So okay, group two.

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Sorry, bro, no mines, almost malware is the bestower of forms, the One who created all that is in existence and originated it, who made everything correct and in its place, in accordance to the dictates of his wisdom, who shaped who shaped everything by the virtue of His praise and wisdom, he and he continues doing so.

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And with this, basically, if we, if we think about it, we live in a time where people are constantly trying to change the form that Allah willed in the first place, like cosmetic surgery, people changing their faces, their noses, etcetera, etcetera. And, you know, it's going against the will of what Allah formed you in the beginning. And, you know, if we all looked like, Prophet use of, we don't have his patience and his resistance to temptation, you know. So, that's, we also if we, if we admire the forms of Allah, in everything we see, we can see his his art history mural. So that's what I got from on this. I liked the way you just

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said that.

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Like, you know, the artistry of Allah subhanaw taala. And as I start my PhD is actually I was looking at something recently, and you might think this is what's this got to go have some dinner, continuous arguments.

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But it's a really interesting thing that liveness you know, he's, he's contingency or liveness had a contingency argument. And basically, one thing about it is that it's very interesting, anything that requires an explanation

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is contingent. Okay, what do you mean by that, if you can explain it as contingent means it something which is contingent, basically, it can't exist by itself. The fact that we have things with forms, there's an explanation for that form. But the necessary existence, there's no explanation for them, because it doesn't have form like that. He is the one who gives forms to things. And the last path as the Quran, who will lead the X and Aquila che in Hulka, whoever the alkyl incitement

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there's two color as of this actually, there's who alleged the X and Aquila che in Holika, who, over the alkaline sedimentary, that he is the one who perfected everything

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that he created or by the alkyl environment in and he started the creation of the human being from clay

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and the other one, he's that he's the one who perfected all the creations so as his action and his creation itself, the subject and the verb in two different colors. The point I'm making is that

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when you look at a sauna, Allah Allah the art cleaner collaging Allah in the Quran, he says that this is the Sunnah Allah, this the Sunnah, the

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creative yamasa manufacturing, but the the invention of Allah subhanaw taala This is the invented thing, the creation of Allah subhanaw taala Allah the art Kana kalasha. He is the one who perfected everything in creation.

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He perfected everything

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it's incredible how he perfected everything really got I went to the zoo is amazing to see those animals

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are

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even looking into the security deposit as you just look into the sky. Hello, Tom and photo. Do you see any gaps in the creation? Do you see any meaning what we're talking about black holes, and wormholes. And these things are they say, oh, there's black holes and wormholes. What are they? They have a function. Black holes and wormholes have a function, the universe itself and we say the fine tuning argument.

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This is a very interesting segue, where we say well, everything is

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Good for life. There's something nobody can deny, unless someone wants to try and deny that there's life in the universe. So the universe is good for human existence. The Holocaust survivor to Allah Akbar of unhealthiness. Allah says in the Quran, the creation of the heavens in the earth is bigger than the creation of the human being. I'm Richard Dawkins, he was on Channel Four News.

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You can watch this. And it was that Asian you know that he shouldn't even be presented very weak presenter, he needs to learn that advice. How was the last string? Well, you know that Asian one that's a bit of a weasel. Yeah, sorry to say that. I don't care about him. Anyway. And he was being said, you know, he might be watching this and thinking, why isn't why but, you know, I'm sorry to say but he just comes across as a weak character for me. Not really a big fan of his, but Richard Dawkins was in front of him. Yeah.

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And he was asking Richard Dawkins, about,

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you know, his, his belief in creations and all that. And he obviously Richard Dawkins, what the Blind Watchmaker, The God Delusion, all this kind of thing. And he said to him, Look, he said to him, Okay, you're talking about evolution. But what about the universe? He mentioned that and just watch how Richard Dawkins runs away from the question, because there is no theory of evolution for the universe. There is no the theory of evolution itself. Richard Dawkins admits it doesn't even negate God's existence. He admits that he says, I only use it because it is some people believe that it's connected to God. And so I use it strategically. I'm paraphrasing, but the point is, is that

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Richard Dawkins was asked directly about the universe, the universe itself, because you can't say evolved in this the whole book that he wrote, The Blind Watchmaker, all that stuff is irrelevant to the universe, irrelevant. There is no Darwinian evolution to the universe. Not it's not even proposed as a subject. So why is it like this? Why is it stable, regular and uniform? Why is it harbor and allow human life to exist? How can you expound on that explicate that elaborate upon that explain that? And Richard Dawkins doesn't have any answer for that? He doesn't. He says, one that we don't know. They're happy to confidently say, I don't know as if that's an answer. It's not an

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answer. There's there must be a reason for this.

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William Lane, Craig says that you've got three, you've got three options.

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You must have heard the fine tuning argument. Yeah. So look, you've got the gravitational constant, you've got the electromagnetic constant. All you got three options, either option one is, is design, option two, his chance and option three is necessity. And he tries to cancel the two options and says design.

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When I was at University of Oxford, I went to this guy called Allison McGrath, who bought some of his books here somewhere. Yeah. And I said to him, I don't know why rich, Craig.

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I don't know why we're having conversation with him off the cuff. I don't know why William Lane Craig made this options. Because really necessity is not in contradiction to design. And if Allah created something, then that exists by necessity, for example.

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So you've got two options. Really, it's not it's not three options that Craig's and he agreed. Allison McGrath degrees, you know, even good point. So in other words, we don't have three options, we have two options, which are chance or design, how did the universe come to allow human life to exist? Or any life exists? chance or design? Time? What is chance?

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If you say, what, what was chances, something happening without reasonable cause? We say that doesn't exist. I don't I, I challenged the idea. Go back to life, and it's live. And it says something. Yeah. He said, All of the laws of logic.

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Go back to two things, all of the laws of logic, you can explain everything in the world of two things. He said this, he's a he's a mathematician. In fact, he invented calculus is one of the greatest minds the West has ever known. liveness got freed blindness. Yeah, he's actually Germany, you will be left Germany.

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And, you know, he said, he said, everything goes back to two things, something called of the law of non contradiction. Everyone knows, yeah, that you know, you can't have two things which contradict it. And the other thing is the PSR

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the principle of sufficient reason,

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which basically is the principle that everything has an explanation, except for obviously, the necessary existence for everything, why is this like this? Why is this phone like this, if I can start telling you why this is like this is like this, because of the forces that put it together and this black and whatever and so, there was some manufacturing happening, then this thing has become contingent this thing is now a possible existence. This thing is something which doesn't need to exist, this thing is cannot exist by itself. This thing cannot exist by itself. This thing cannot. You cannot exist by yourself. You and I, anything with a form cannot exist by itself. Anything with

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a form. Any single thing with a form cannot exist by itself, because the imprint of the form that has we're on it is indication that something has happened to it.

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I want to know one single example of something with a form

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that can exist by itself are challenged the world no one has ever been able to bring it

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since his time in fact, his way before his time anything with a form when I say was always a form was a form something which has a shape something which has a form something which can be looked at as color.

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Anything with a form, there is no I guarantee you, I challenge the world, anything with a form anything with a surah

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and I'm not saying the surah okay, there's a Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad Salah says the Halacha Adam Allah Surah T and they say that Allah Azza Solano, Allah Surah I'm talking about a surah which is her measurable variable, limited explainable, anything with that analysis.

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Evidence enough for God's existence. And they've never been able to even this. I was gonna say a bad word. But this guy, Richard sorry, Christopher Hitchens, he admitted himself,

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miserable specimen of a man who died a miserable death that suits his existence.

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And I don't feel sorry for him when he was building and he was in this house drinking is gonna go to hell.

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And Bernie and that child, maybe don't live day to day in the shadows of I don't know, I don't doubt that.

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Maybe he said.

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But the point is, even Christopher Hitchens himself, he was in the taxi in the back end the video, you can watch it online. He says, I've never seen I've never seen an answer to the fine tuning question. Because how is it he even asked, the question is, how is it that the proportions are so good, that we can live in this thing? Chris efficients show guys, your top guy. He's saying that and you're and you're confident and you're confident you're gonna tell me you're confident will your top guy the most arrogant of the more, he was not confident, you're confident.

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Allah has the masala Simple as that. And the surah is, is an evidence of the massage the picture or the form is an evidence of the form maker.

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And the artistry is evidence of the artist simple as this simple as this.

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And at the end of the day, it's beautiful, how Allah created us that we can see different colors and different things and we can appreciate beauty and we can appreciate the aesthetics and goodness Allahu Akbar.

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What kind of a world would have been if there's no shapes and there's no colors and there's no smells, and there's no fragrances and there was no taste and there was no different people and hearing what kind of a world would have been?

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Yeah, it's like a dog which is black and white like crystal, which is maybe so even gray only because he's less than I mean, you know, let's say the ideas sorry, the next name sorry.

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Yes.

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So basically Hadik nalbari them both are somehow connected, can be translated that Allah swan is a creator, He created something out of nothing, okay, things out of example. Or he creates

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something crazy being created out whatever example yes. And so he is generally the creator of the body, the originator, who stopped things or who originate something that does not exist to bring it to existence. Beautiful, excellent. I like that summary and

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mashallah, you speak quite well, for someone who knows six languages.

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Pretty good. But I was gonna say that, you know, it's absolutely right. And we looked at Holika Holika is one of those things that, like everyone, when they associate the word God, they associate it with the Creator,

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they associate with the Creator, you know, who is the creator? What is the Creator?

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Who, sometimes the boggles the mind that you can live in a world like this and you think there's no creator.

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And even just that, on a simple level, like, You're not born like that, honestly, you're not born like that. And then the great works of Justin Barrett, you know, where he says that every human being even a child can associate what equals teleological function,

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like the child when he looks at something, what is that for? What is it for, and what we asked What is this for, what was it for what is this

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chair was it for was to see, how was this human being for? Why does the buck stop with the human being the most menial and insignificant of inanimate objects, which can be used as a cursory you know, usage of a human being

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ashtray or something so they can, that has a function but the human being himself does not, you did not dare to ask yourself, What's the crate? What's the reason for the creation of the human beings a hologram? The Creator anyway, so this is good or bad. We had some fun with it feel like because we started reading different things. And what did we say about about it some additional things that you've read? Think about it the originator.

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The difference with harlot is the originator.

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Allah subhanho wa taala, for example,

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created everything from water. And then he created the water

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itself. So, he originated the water and he created the human being an all the existence from the water. So, Allah subhanaw taala created human being from tore up from dust

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from that and he created the model itself. So he is the starter of something and he created everything from nothing and then he continuously creating everything. For example, human being, he created the note for the human being originally and then he continues creating it. He is harlech and he is the inventor.

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All that includes in

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Albury, the alcoholic itself can bury the sufferer. Albury can encompass the alcoholic as well, and all other Massawa neverI.

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Small Hofner it's wise and it's very Jami CIFA. Beautiful. And we also looked at some other meanings of our management, many of them. But what did you say that they're working means something we talked about, that it can be absolved of something like so for example, but a very eminent motto, something like he has been absolved from his disease. And in the context of God, it means a free of defects. So a lot of Allah has named has this idea that Allah is free from defects. And also the idea that, if he is the one who gives in the law, and in that, or the excuse maker, he gives excuses to people. So it should be that we give excuses to each other

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Subhanallah we should give excuses to each other. Because that's one of the beautiful things and we saw many Hadith of the Prophet masala I thought about how you know, you've husband have been, and so on, like that with your brothers or give excuses for your brother. And so that is really

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some of the meanings in terms of the Creation ex nihilo the idea that Allah created from nothing, this is the majority opinion of course, there is some theological discussion that will take me I believe in Howard law

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because it's something which is homage to the historical record, not so many people believe in such a thing. And there was a there's a Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad salah, which is quite explicit industry in this regard, which is kind of lower let me share a man who cannot shahada net, which is that Allah was that and there was nothing with him and his arch was underwater. And of course Potamia has some you know, some some salmon saying they hammered on him signs, Hadith and he has some whole discussion about it saying that you know, the water was there, well, it was there, because he believes in that perpetual patience path, but it all even Krishna material and so on. But

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there are some caricatures of his opinion even though it is something which is aberrational. There are some people say that he believed in Caribbean island, he didn't believe in Lebanon.

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He's not believe in the reality of the universe. He believed that Allah created this thing and and this thing and this thing, it goes back to infinity. Like I say, well, wouldn't that mean that Allah created an infinite amount of things? And is that something impossible? The actual infinity in the real world? No, because he believed these things will destroy it so like it's one thing and the other thing that destroy the one thing that's out there wouldn't be an actual infinity there in the real world in one place at one time.

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However, in terms of the amount of people that agreed with him on that view, it probably will hire him but apart from that, you know, yeah, it's not something which isn't humbly school or something. In fact, you have clear clear you know, I thought from the self thing that Allah created a woman Hala kala column for example, that the first thing that was one that I created was the pin for example, and you have a thought of Ramadan probably a big scholars and companions and so on and stuff like that we have to do is go back to noon will call me when they are strewn in the intricacy of that particular thing we will do something that you'll see is a different sort of peanut what was

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created first was the OSH column was the mat was this idea of perpetual Christian to the past is a theological issue which humans in as you

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said, with that is anything else. Any other names that we will include that has been very fantastic listen, and insha Allah and the list and next one and probably be the last one, we're going to be covering 33 names hopefully, I'm putting out there just that I can hold myself to a kind of a calendar, then because we've done a lot of them. So fine, I think has been very fantastic. And remember, this is not just an academic exercise, is it bad? Because I lost the problem I was on said that, when NASA had the Helen, Jen, was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi