Hadeeth – Episode 22

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Okay, let's start revising, had if we do the same, same format as we had earlier, the questions

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and then the answers

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okay

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know the categories

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of Islamic rulings?

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Yes, this is revision for Hadith

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no six, actually Yes, term two was six, some classes five for some classes, but we'll just say six. So it's going to start with how the six categories for Islamic rulings what I'll do, I'll put the Hadith next to it.

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How the six

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so either Hillel

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for Harlem

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doubtful areas

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we've talked about a famous scholar of the past

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who was greatly influenced by his father

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Sina to know who he was, and what was the influence.

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We'll discuss that in a moment.

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understand and know the link between the hot

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and doubtful matters.

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These are all of course continuation or body fix.

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Now going into the seven

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the many meanings of the word Nazi

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that's in hobby seven. So know what the word naziha means it has many meanings with the scribe those

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five now what now see how to allow means

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when you give naziha to Allah, what does that mean? Of course, it doesn't mean you advise a lot.

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Of course, that's in the seven as well. And continuing on from the seven. What does it mean to give no see how to the messenger?

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Yes, that's one of the meanings No.

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Of course, you don't advise the Prophet Muhammad. I was a biller.

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There's a whole section dedicated to that in the notes as well.

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Text is

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manners of advising

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a leader or a shape?

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Some etiquettes What are they are these seven as well.

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So now we're starting with

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the ruling

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of accusing

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a Muslim of Cofer

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of the seat of lying hypocrisy after they take the Shahada. We're going to look at that that's Hadith eight

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Question nine regulations of jihad. What does that mean?

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Let's also have these

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conditions

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of

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fixed punishments.

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That's also hard to say.

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hope that's clear

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11

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What does the following principle mean?

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When a matter becomes constricted?

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Who knows the end of it

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correct.

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It automatically necessitates is are automatically widened.

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So know the meaning of that what does that what does that imply

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also know the meaning of

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the profit

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10

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conditions of fixed punishments

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and I believe that was in Hadith nine

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also, Part 12

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know the meaning of the Prophet statement

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do that which I command you to do

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to the best of your ability

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that's also how these nine

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restricted constricted Yeah, I guess same thing, no problem

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12 the meaning

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11 when a matter becomes restricted, it automatically widens necessitated

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a right

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I believe so.

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Now, it was about jihad, we talked about

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this

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serene meaning of the Hadith, Allah is pure,

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etc. And he only accepts that which is pure

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foreign examples of praise worthy verses

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blameworthy questions.

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And finally,

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why did the Prophet say avoid evil at all costs?

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He just told us to avoid evil.

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He didn't say avoid evil if you can.

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If you recall,

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there's wisdom behind that.

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Okay, let's go through these answers

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categories of Islamic rulings found in how these six nL halala been won and how long they've been halaal how long a clique, what binomial model Mr. B had and between them adapt for matters. So the majority of issues for where

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the majority of issues for were in

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Harlem, Harlem, correct. That's the majority of issues.

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And only

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mine minor minority of issues fall under the category of doubtful matters. So just understand that for your exam,

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who was a scholar who was influenced by his father? correctly? Of course, many by Al Bukhari good. Ol Emmanuel Buhari. How did How was he influenced?

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Correct. He never brought hard on provisions into the house, he always made sure that his income was Hillel. And he always ate that which was highlighted. So income

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and provisions were held. And what that did was, he never made that except a law accepted and answered. So it affected and of course it made his dog

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become answered.

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Associate influenced him when he became older that's very important that as children, as children,

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primarily, when we're young, we look up to our parents, they are role models. And kids, they just want the double A from Mom and Dad, what's the double a

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correct attention and approval. That's what kids want from mom and dad, in the early years, if you don't give them attention, when they're six, don't expect to get their attention when they're 16. A lot of kids grow up. And the parents complain, they come up to the Michigan this How come my my kids that I want to talk to me, they don't want to spend time with me what helped me. They think that the share has this magic draw that you make that all of a sudden, you

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come back running to Mom and Dad Mom, Dad, I'm misty for this is by no, it's not going to happen. Unfortunately, if you leave it for too long, then they're going to find the love and affection somewhere else. So make sure you give your kids a lot of time a lot of affection when they're young.

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And kids in the early stages by imitation, like my son, Mr.

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I've never told him to pray ever. Do you think he prays?

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Yes, he does. Because he says me and my wife praying. He prays he just comes in praise just put his hand down. He follows me does that it looks at me and he just does everything. Why? Because in other saying monkey see monkey do. Yeah, I'm not calling any child, the monkey here. Of course, although some of them act like it. But that's how they are. So you should be the first role model for your kids. And before kids listen to your advice that will see your example.

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A lot of parents say to the kids don't do as I said, you know do but rather do as I say that's wrong. Because what you're doing you're giving your children an example to begin with. So they're gonna follow suit. So that's very important. So remember the body was influence and look who he became. Look who he became upon Lower

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Egypt. Even though his father died while he was young. His father died while he was young. He never forgot those lessons. And his mother was a widow and she traveled to you know, distance traveled to Mecca distant lands from Uzbekistan, so his son can receive an Islamic education. not sitting at home feeling sorry for myself. I've gotten a husband and what am I going to do now? But no, she she made the best out of a bad situation. That's what you should do, sister if things aren't always going right or your husband's not around them.

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make the best out of a bad situation. And that's why the mammal bodies mother did and look what he became so Panama. So because of her, the price believing woman that she was, I do

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you know, unless sometimes parents they think other the Islamic school is too far I can't travel that distance to take my kids to the mother that's on the weekend, or the Islamic school is just too far she traveled from was Pakistan to Mecca.

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Just so her son can receive an Islamic education. So we should also try and strive for our kids and sacrifice for them. The link between the heart and doubtful matters, you find that that same had they've had the six the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned that for matters. And in the end of the Hadith, he talks about the heart, what's the connection?

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Good, the heart will become corrupted and a waiver if you indulge in doubtful manners, that's the first thing you should remember.

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That if you that indulging in the in doubtful areas,

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affects the heart.

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There's other lessons you can lead. What else

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are understand that I thought that when you think about doing something, it's doubtful if you have a wide range of means to doubtful matter. But what you're saying is if you

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indulge in the formatters.

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Yes.

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So if for example, you're not sure about what type if this food is halal or not gelatin, and that you, you can eat it anyway, you're going to eat food that you're not even sure how they slaughtered for example, by keep on doing that, you're actually going to affect your own heart. Sooner or later, you're not going to even care about, you know, food, which is on the borderline anymore, because you're already crossing that border so many times. So you're just going to go straight into the heroin, as the Prophet gave the example of a shepherd, who is grazing his sheep around the pasture or a preserve, he's on the border, sooner or later, he's gonna fall into it. So we're always going

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around and, you know, basically, drawing closer to doubtful areas, by indulging in those areas, you're soon going to fall into the hotel. So it's best to keep away completely, like dubious restaurants, or as we gave an example, right restaurants or like the spot, right, where people are making a tequila and there's mixing there, and is some people dancing there, you know, you wouldn't go there. By going there, you're going to subject yourself to that, which is how long and then you start you're going to get used to it. And then a person will not only will I might go even further and go to pubs and clubs. So it all starts with the Doubtfire is shaitan doesn't come up to and say,

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for example, chemical for like that person will say no, no way. But if you look at the story about a seesaw, this pious worshipping monk, the way shaitan got to him was slowly but surely, he first got to him via good deeds. And overtime that man he got closer to this woman. He thought he was doing good, ended up committing Zina with her, ends up killing her. And she was pregnant, she had to kill the baby as well to get rid of the evidence.

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Yes.

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Now as the Prophet told us from Israel, and ended up killing both of them and then her brothers asked was our sister in law she died, she got sick. He showed them a fiction his grave, and then they made the offer. They went home that night. shaitan came to those men, the brothers saying Do you believe this policy so bloke is a liar. He ended up committing Zina with your sister, she was pregnant, he killed the baby. Then he killed her because she was gonna sing like a canary right to get rid of the evidence. And the proof of that is that she's not buried at the place he showed you. Rather, she's buried at the back of his temple.

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There was he came in his dream shaitan came to him his dream

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was a dream wasn't yet. But shaitan came to him. And his brother woke up and he's saying to his brothers, I had this amazing dream. Really, what did you What did you see? He told them 123 like we had the same dream. So they went and they uncovered that fiction, his grave, there was nothing there that I went to the back of the temple, they uncovered this sister and this young child, they realized about a sister was a liar. So they went to him. And they said that he will take you into the ruler, so you can be executed so you can get killed. So as he is being taken, who comes to him shaitan in the form of a man shaitan says I'm the one who got you in this mess. And I'm the one who

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can get you out of it. All you have to do is one thing.

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prostrate to me that is it.

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So bad see, so frustrated. shaitan said thank you very much. It was nice knowing you. He leaves never to be seen again Moments later, but a seesaw is executed.

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So the last moment and he basically he was executed moments after accumulate gopher have the highest degree. So shaitan got to him.

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Slowly but surely via good deeds of looking after this woman. So yeah, sure.

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Yeah.

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But the dream was

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was presented

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a dream from shaitana Yes.

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It could be alcohol, it could be one of the two it doesn't really matter. What matters is it was they saw a dream this happened. It could have been shown to cause fitna or it could have been allowed without wanting to expose him. Could it be one of the two but either way they saw a drink. It seems that it was from shaytaan shado wanted to expose him cause fitna between and lead him to Kufa. But so this man died with double homicide, and Xena and gopher in his neck. Now shaitan came to him from the beginning he was a pious worshiping monk known what we call Today's a shave. If he said to him, Go commit Zina. What do you do? No, go kill someone, would he do it? No. Go Can we go

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for now he won't do it so that shaitan would come from that angle. Rather he'll come as baby steps footsteps Well, at the W Hotel watershape on footsteps of straight on. That's what he does. That format is. So that's how we get us. So another lesson you can learn from that format is in the heart. If you want to protect your heart,

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avoid that format. So that's another lesson.

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So if you avoid that four areas,

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you will protect your heart.

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So among the greatest ways to protect your heart, avoid doubtful areas avoid things are going to put your man in a shaky state. Don't try to test your imagining how strong you want to read this comment on and see what is I'd have to say about the Prophet Mohammed don't put yourself in a situation

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where you might even land yourself in debt when I was a biller.

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So if you wish to protect your heart, avoid the doubtful matters. And by indulging in Delphi manners, you won't protect your heart, you actually subject it to that which is how to for many meanings of the word mercy has many meanings. We said it means

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advice, sincerity, correct.

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Yes, to purify and make good well done.

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And also is the opposite of deceit, in other words, to be truthful.

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So has all of those meanings, to be good to be truthful, to purify, to and also means to advise. Therefore, when it comes to nasi, how to Allah? Does it mean to advise Allah over the law? What does it mean?

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What is it?

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Yeah, to have sincerity. So to be sincere in your worship, and when you submit yourself, you're doing it out of sincerity, you're not doing it for worldly benefit.

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Now see how to Allah also means

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perfect, love what he loves, and hate what he hates.

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Perfect.

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That's the meaning of Allah.

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It also means to worship Him,

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purely purify, as pure to hate to worship Him. And that, of course means to not associate partners to him. That's all part of the word. That's all part of the meaning of naziha to Allah, to worship him to not associate partners with him to be sincere in your worship, to love what he loves, hate what he hates. And of course, it doesn't mean to advise Allah, I would have been.

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What does it mean now? To give the messenger naziha?

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Correct. To follow Yes, to promote his son to follow his son to follow him so Lavalle was

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what else?

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Correct to love him. His family, yes, to honor him and defend him. centum perfect.

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people accuse Him and you to stand up and defend him. salatu salam, not a better keep away from trouble and not defend him. No, that's not what a shadow Mohammed Rasulullah means we have to stand up and then

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When the accused and assault him and they see us standing up and protesting against that they go, what's the big deal? No, because this is part of our Shahada. We can't let that go. We cannot

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leave off defending the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, we have to defend him and honor him.

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So you're gonna say what's gonna kill him?

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We should speak up. Yeah, we should do something. Because if we don't speak up, then who will. And if we don't speak up, then they're only going to keep on doing it. But we should voice our concerns and say this is not freedom of speech. This is freedom of this is freedom to insult. This is freedom to accuse. This is freedom to mock This is not freedom of speech. Even in their laws, freedom of speech has limits. That's why they're a defamation laws. So even they have limits. So we say, in Islam, this is what you're, what you're doing is actually offending our Prophet and offending us. By extension. Therefore, yeah, we have to defend him. We have to and this is how the Sahaba were. So if

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you're with the Prophet, you would stand up and defend him and fight with the Prophet sallahu wa sallam during his time. As for us, we try to defend his honor. If people want to speak against him, we speak for him.

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And of course, peaceful means. Yani, especially if you're in a position of weakness, like here, you can't get up and start. At the same time. There are any if you have the ability in positions of strength is to stop it and change it with your hand you do so

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if someone were to accuse your mother, surely you would stand up. And you won't tolerate that.

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Would you let someone accuse your mother and, and swear her and cursor?

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So likewise, we don't allow people. We don't tolerate people cursing the Prophet Mohammed, because we supposed to love him more than we love our mothers and our fathers and our children and our spouses. That just as a person wouldn't allow someone to curse their family members, when we shouldn't also tolerate people cursing, the best of creation. The prophet SAW muscle.

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As for advising a leader, what are some etiquettes? Yes.

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Yes, correct. Also saying it's a lot of selling when you hear his name and writing it is many ways of giving us your heart to the messenger. As long as you know a few of them those four is sufficient. advising a leader when you advise a leader, what should you do?

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Yeah, first and foremost, first and foremost, privately, right? That's the first option. There are there are exceptions where you can do it openly. That but we're not going to get into all of that now. But basically if the deviance has become so widespread, and it's harming masses, and they need to be warned against that's different when it comes to use of and the like, unfortunately, where he starts to say that the Sharia is is a fantasy, and it can't really happen and we don't really need it because we have roads and we have rules we don't need to do that's what he said. And he was mocking the companions if you type in

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feet two feet, Salah Hamza Yusuf, you hear this lecture was mocking the companions knocking mocking nah man even Bashir sang What did I know that were kids when the narrative these are Hadith? Well, like you'll be shocked. So people like him? Yes. is no longer private? No. See how because Pregnancy How was done years ago, and he didn't accept but now we have to, of course, one other people from him.

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Also, how would you advise a leader?

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Yes, avoid harshness. So be gentle.

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Correct. Firstly, you're correct intention for the sake of Allah and you're also doing it to correct them. You want them to be guided? You're not doing that to embarrass them.

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Yeah, that's another point. Correct. Sometimes we jump to conclusions. And we think the shift said Firstly, verify. That's another very important point, verify the news.

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Maybe he didn't say.

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And maybe if he did say it's not wrong, maybe it's actually right. But due to our lack of understanding or knowledge, we think it's wrong.

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Good.

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What is it

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now and once you know and if they've repented, don't go and spread it to everyone and causing fitna on Facebook and social media, ruling of accusing a Muslim of Kufa but take this Shahada is it not he only accepted Islam because he wants to marry someone or he's out of the seat and hypocrisy not allowed. So the ruling is it's not allowed

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because by

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Default a Muslim is on

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truth. By default, a Muslim is truthful, to say they are not you need proof.

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So it's evidence, evidence that is required. As bayona. Allah many da, Mr. O'Donnell said, The evidence is upon the claimant, you have a claim against someone, provide your proof. And that's, that's beautiful. That's justice. Otherwise everyone will come with claims. This sister will say this just took this thing off her and she took my phone, it should take my handbag. And this person owes me up at $10,000. Everyone on my claims. So I might have said, The evidence is on the claimant, you have a claim against someone had to bouddhanath can provide your proof. So therefore, it's not allowed to accuse a Muslim Of course, unless you have proof.

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On truth, yes, by default.

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Correct. innocent until proven?

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Guilty, unless you are to the California innocent until proven Muslim regulations of jihad. What does that mean? We said jihad is an act of worship. Yes, no doubt it is. And just like Pray, pray has regulations, like what

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is a manner

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is a time

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is a procedure

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and rules.

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Likewise, Jihad doesn't matter.

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We don't perform jihad in any manner we wish, but rather, there are etiquettes there are Hadith. For example, mutilation is not allowed. For example.

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Even if they mutilate out, Al did not allowed to mutilate this, as the Prophet sallahu wa sallam told us there's rules, not allowed to go and find non combatants, women, children, worshippers, monks, etc. Not allowed to cut down trees unnecessarily not to kill animals unnecessarily. There are rules. It's not, it's free for all and do what you want.

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Right and to go and take any woman you wish as a concubine and a personal slave, as some fatawa come out from chef face on. Unfortunately, another person needs to be warned against this person from Jamaica. So when you don't have rules in an affiliate procedures, and you know, the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim, in fact, we don't follow the scholars. That's what you get in and many earlimart said, you shouldn't even take the fifth of purification from him.

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You shouldn't even take the fifth of odo from this man, Chef Faisal. And he's giving fatawa about Jihad and women and concubines and killing people. How's the villa

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and mo him and he just as pray has a time and manner and place likewise with jihad, likewise with jihad. So that's very important. Conditions a fixed punishments.

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For example, cutting the hands of the thief, right? As soon as someone steals in an Islamic State, there was a car over here, chop your hand off.

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Do we do that? No. What do we have to determine first?

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There's a threshold.

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If whatever they stole meet met that threshold, then yes. That's one of the conditions have to be met. If it's below the threshold of a particular of certain value there? No.

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The Sharia?

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No, there's there's a hadith for that there's a Sharia for that. They'll measure according to the Hadith. So they had these for that. But if it does, if it doesn't meet the threshold, no, but let's just say it meets the value. That's not the only thing that's considered, you have to also see if they've been tempted.

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If as we gave the example of jewelry, if you have a cleaner that comes to your home, and you have jewelry or jewelry box that's opened, if they're tempted when they walk back when they walk past, and if they take it, they're actually the HUD is not applied, because they were attempted, but it was locked and they broke an intent. And that's different. So as you can see, the point of all this is that there are conditions that have to be met. It's not simply someone stole cut the hand off.

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Next was when a matter becomes restricted, automatically widen. So what does that tell you? It shows you a number of things. It shows you the ease of the Sharia,

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the ease of Islam,

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and it shows you that there are concessions in acts of worship.

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So if there are things that you cannot do, you cannot fast because you've sickness dinner don't have to fast, for example,

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and also shows you

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Allah

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doesn't want to overburden you

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Allah doesn't want to overburden us, what hamdulillah?

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Correct. Local emulators are perfect. Next part 12. What, what is the meaning of the Prophet said, do that which I command you to do, according to your ability that has two meanings. If you recall,

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two meanings, when the Prophet said, do that which I command you according to the best of your ability. The first was,

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do not become lazy, if you're able. So as long as you're able to do something, then do it. Do not become lazy. So you're at home, it's time for prayer.

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or pray after an hour just want to watch this program. know, if you're able to do it. That's the first meaning don't become lazy. Second, was there's no obligation if you're not able. That's the second meaning. So if you're not able to do an act of worship because of sickness or financial reasons, for example, then you're not, you're no longer obliged to do it with hamdulillah. So that has two meanings as we said, the first Don't be lazy, when it comes to acts of worship. And second, if you can't do it,

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then

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you're no longer obligated.

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Yes.

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Correct. If you don't have money, you'd have to give

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them money.

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Then, inshallah, then, if you can't go in the Milan, Albania, you get the reward as if you went.

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That's how merciful Lazarus is for how this one now comes. All the Hadith.

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Will hamdulillah.

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Yeah, your intention?

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What's the meaning of a lowest pure?

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What's the meaning of a lowest pure? I'll rub off this if you don't mind.

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Correct. It means Allah one of the meanings is, Allah only accepts that which is pure.

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So he doesn't accept things which are impure. He doesn't accept innovation. He doesn't accept sins, he doesn't accept goofer. He doesn't accept deeds that are spoiled, like a showing off. Or you earn money via how long means and you want to give it a sadhaka to get closer to Allah isn't except things like this. That's the first meaning.

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Correct. It also means less perfect, beautiful answer.

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Thirdly, it means Allah is free from

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correct.

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Yes, you're all you're all right. And hamdulillah he has all synonyms. Allah is free from any shortcomings, faults, imperfections.

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has many meanings. That's the beauty of the prophets. How do you feel say one sentence at times yet has a lot of meaning to it? Whereas today, we need to say a lot to mean a little. Yes.

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Yeah, Java, me, I'll kill him. Yeah, that also lasted all day to Java. me. I'll tell him. That's a hadith of being given concise speech.

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Yes.

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For an amazing man.

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Today, we go around the world, just to say, a little to give a little bit of a meaning. Right, but also, I had concise speech, you say a little bit yet the meanings are profound and comprehensive. I was in a hotel once and the Imam is going around the world and talking about so many topics. He lost me. I don't know what the hotel was about. After the hood pass Warner Brothers. I said, you know, the hotel was about Islam. I didn't either. Sometimes the brother walk out of Juma and he will say, Man, I was very, very beneficial. Why is that was the best 40 minutes sleep I've ever had. You know, some brothers. That's what happens. They go around the world and the whole top and you don't even

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know what the purpose of the talk is.

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You

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should still be worried.

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Too much politics. Yeah, that's

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Yeah.

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Then.

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Now

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I see your point. However, that's also one of the purpose.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, I see your point. However, that's actually one of the purposes of, of the Juma is to relate to the people what's happening in our times. And that's what the prophet sallallaahu Selim will do. Sometimes and a lot of

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Yeah.

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Yeah, I think if because that's an opportunity where people attend in masses as to try to educate the people what's happening around the world. And I think this is important. It's important to mention politics. It is part of the prophets way. He will use Juma as a means to talk to the people what's happening. I guess you got to be balanced at the same time. So I see your point. I see your point. Mallory, would you

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examples of praise worthy and blameworthy questions, you can give me an example of praise worthy question.

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If you recall,

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correct.

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If you're not sure of something you wish to ask a question. This is praise worthy.

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Yeah, so questions can be good or bad.

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Correct. So a praise worthy, as we said, was to clarify, and a blameworthy question will be asking about the house of Allah.

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How to service attributes? No, we didn't know that. And we shouldn't ask that. What's another good question?

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Okay, it depends. It depends. The wisdom behind something. If you're asking it as a student of knowledge, no problem. But people who tend to ask questions of why, as because they arrogant or they upset behind some actions, and that's wrong. So it really depends on the intention behind the questioning, no problem. So the wisdom behind certain actions, it really depends on the intention. But if you're asking many questions as a student to understand, because you want to worship Allah,

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no problem. You want to know the behind things or you want to know wisdoms behind certain things, that's fine.

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However, when the layman went to ask about such things, yes, it's wrong. Oh, they want to ask about unclean matters? Or issues of the unseen, very good.

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Yes. It depends. If they asking as a student knowledge, did the Prophet Muhammad Allah, this is an issue where the Sahaba default did my best if it without Isha did or did the Prophet say Allah? So it was no problem but with the layman asking, and going deep into these issues, we say no.

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or asking about things and are no benefit.

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Or there's no evidence for

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right? Just know, one example of each.

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know for example, what we gave the example of was the same as they existed,

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existed and that doesn't, there's nothing in the Quran and the Sunnah. But to delve into these issues about is it in the Quran, when to spend hours and hours of research is this no Quran surah in the Quran, hello, stop it. But if a person just wants to, but if a person wants to, if a person wants to look into the dinosaurs exists for their own personal benefit, no problem.

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It depends if a person is an archaeologist.

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What

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it depends on, it really comes down to the intention system.

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Is that person studying archaeology at university? That's different?

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Yeah, that's fine. But if it's islamically that want to look into aliens and stuff like this. There's no evidence for it and believe it, or what the example we gave was the people of the Hubble gaff. Yeah, the dog that was mentioned. Among the companions of the cave. Was it a chihuahua? Was it a German Shepherd? Or was it a poodle? Things like that. That's what we're referring to. or alamat ada that was given Teresa, this table spread what type of food was on it? Was it roast chicken or beef? Or was it olives and cheese? Things like this?

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Yes, if there's no evidence for it, and there's no benefit, then don't ask about such details. But if you're a student and there is and you want to clarify matters, no problem. As for dinosaurs, you just want to find out if they truly existed, all you have to do is go to your local library and look up old fossil records and you'll find that they existed the same solo album, and that's something

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we have to ask

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What are they asking?

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Why are they asking you?

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I'll say yeah, it's from from I believe that the law can create what he wishes to say that and the story.

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Exactly. That's it. In fact, the fact that dinosaurs existed actually prove a lot as they were just capabilities to create huge creatures like that to destroy them whenever he wished. That's amazing. And, and showing that dinosaurs use it doesn't actually disprove anything from the Quran and sooner. Rather, it just shows a lot can create what it was. And they allowed to gel made them extinct. And fossils indicate that they did exist. And like I said, it's not a big deal. It just shows a lot of amazing capabilities in in his creation. And that is all in fact that actually disproves Darwin. Yes.

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What do you mean different human beings?

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Those are just Yes. Those are just names they gave to particular fossils of humans that lives in different eras and types of time but

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but the the, the only fossil they found of a half human half ape, there's only found only found one. We have to be actual was actually a hoax.

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Yeah, but the others they they're not.

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Yeah, it could have been a chimpanzee or a monkey.

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But we haven't we have no fossil records of half human half apes in the in the lives of the earth? And if that theory were true, or why don't we find other transitional forms? So why don't we find?

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That's right, timeline is too short.

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If you look at like fossils, like millions of years ago, with turtles and reptiles, they're all the same. So wouldn't have half, you know, they say, for example, reptiles turned into birds. But how can we find half, you know, fossils, which are half reptiles, half birds, or fossils that are half whales, half bears, it's always a clear distinction between this animal and the next.

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Exactly. And, and, and Darwin was basically pinning all of these hopes on that. He said, If my theory is true, you'll find these half half fossils in the lies of you. Yeah, but no one found any What?

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Exactly. And Darwin was messed up by the way, he had major psychological problems.

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Sure, we'll finish with this. Oh, we're over.

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It's true. Why did the Prophet say avoid evil at all costs? He didn't say if you can. Firstly, because everyone can avoid evil. Everyone can do it.

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That's the first answer.

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You have a sister to ask whether they exist or not. hamdulillah doesn't affect. It doesn't affect our agenda or agenda. That's why we have here

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not saying

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no, it depends on the intention.

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I'll take this last point then we'll take your question, sister. And he's because everyone can avoid evil if he said avoid it. If you can, a lot of us are really can't do it. Not everyone can do it. Secondly, avoiding harm. Avoiding evil

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is easier than performing good.

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True, because if you have to perform a deed you have to do something. But avoiding evil is easier

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than actually performing a good deed.

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In other words, you just have to sit there and do nothing.

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So if you want to be lazy, there's room for that in Islam. be lazy when it comes to abstaining from the huddle.

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be extremely lazy, just don't do anything.

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And that's the end of it. Does that come along later on to panic alarm or will become diminished