Four Basic Objectives of Prophethood

Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

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Gather together as believers, granted as Sophia to offers a lot of novelty and attend this blessing in sha Allah auspicious gathering. Today we are privileged and honored that

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our respected has removed the Maldives, half of the hula hoop Hola Hola. Hola protect and preserve him is in our midst. I actually wanted to meet him I mentioned to

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Dr. Sami I said is there a time that we can go and meet him sometime but if Hamdulillah he came here today, so and also I would like to thank all of you for taking out your time.

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Some very amazing things that we heard in a summarized way

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I heard the history of Australia Mashallah.

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That's how history of Melbourne in specific specifically and the history of Australia in general. We heard from our respected chef here, briefly how he came into Australia. And he was talking about his time studying in the mid or early 70s in dollar alone crotch

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and he is honored and his privilege that he saw the shape of our chefs, Chef Mola, Mufti Mohammed Shaffir Rahima Allahu taala.

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They are often right.

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studied with him as well. Masha Allah. He studied more Imam Malik with Mustafa Muhammad Shafi Impala, who was known as the Grand Mufti of Pakistan. The author of the article Quran, he passed away in 1976. In Shaohua, 11th of Shaohua he passed away.

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In 1976.

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My teacher moved to Tokyo with money had to go to LA was born in Chihuahua, not the same Chihuahua, but he was born in the month of Shaohua. I once said to him, that your father passed away in the month of Shawwal. And you were born in the month of shower,

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the same month and you

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were born in the same year in which hachimura Molana a chef return we ramboda passed away. The great Hakeem Aloma Marana Shipley Italia, Rahim Allah passed away in 1943.

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If the data was money happy the hula was born three months after him in 1943. So I said to him, that it seems that Allah subhanaw taala has made you a successor of both

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the same year in which accumold Ahmad ownership rate Hungary passed away the same year you were born three months later. And this is normally the Sunnah of Allah subhanaw taala that when a great passes away, around the same time, a greatest boon. We see that many examples of this the same year in which Imam Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah Allah what are the man who passed away in the year 150 Hijiri. The same year Imam Shafi Rama hola Dan, who was born Samia, some say on the same day, but it's not that specific, but in the same year.

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And as you know, in the mother says, the students might know they do a lottery for a joke. The shelf is they say to the 100 is well the 100 the shelf or stage of the Hanafis that when our Imam came into this world, your Imam had to leave. And the Hanafi say well until our Imam was here, your Imam couldn't come.

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It's just a joke between the Pala but of course we respect all the Imams the Hanafi is and the sheriff it is and both Imam Abu Hanifa Imam Shafi and Imam Malik anima Muhammad been humbled Radi Allahu Anhu Nigerian, but this is normally the Sunnah of Allah subhanaw taala when a great passes away, Hakim with OMA modernI shall return Rahim Allah was a huge, a great, great scholar of this ummah, for our young people who don't understand or do or not able to read his books, try to go and

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listen about him or

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learn about his works from those who are able to teach you what is in his books. Oceans of knowledge, his was a huge man, the Court of hockey Multnomah, wise man of the community, some of his books have been translated into English Sufi study of Hadith, a very good book of you know, a hadith to do with Ischia, Alcon and some other books Michonne Maluku, that translates in code just in English, what is it called?

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Accumulo number five volumes. So, but sometimes some of his works even though they are in English, you need someone to teach

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him, too.

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He's on a different level of ailment, knowledge and wisdom.

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Hakeem Aloma that's why they call him Hakeem Aloma. He was the sage of this ummah, the wise man of the community. He wrote and compiled over 1000 books,

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over 1000 books. One man who was like an institution. If you look if you want to know about the greatness of someone, you just look at the caliber of his students.

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He left behind each one each person that he left behind. Each one of them is a gem.

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Mufti Muhammad Shafi Rahim of Allah, a great, great person himself, Allah, masha B Rama das Murni, Che Guevara Hamid of money who wrote that will soon 2224 volumes, Encyclopedia of the Hanafi madhhab

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shahada, Anna Idris, Candela Lee, author of medieval Quran

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and and the list is huge check mode, modern use of binnorie ration of Allah. If you go to Pakistan today, and many of you are from Pakistan, for major major Institute's of Pakistan major der looms and cemeteries in Pakistan.

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Four major ones, there's many, but these are the four major ones in Pakistan, two in Karachi, and two in Punjab, the two in Karachi, De Lune, Karachi, and Jeremy Artaud Islamia in binnorie town and the two in Punjab, one in Lahore, Jeremy Shafia and the other in Muthana cinema Danis. All four of them were established by the students the holler for the successes of Akimoto Maulana

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the Darling Karachi established by Mufti Mohammad Shafi Rahim Allah

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the nori town chef mo, mo Nana use of binnorie Rahim Hola, Jamia Shafia somebody called Mufti Mohammed Hassan.

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He was from Amritsar, in India. He is a unique person as well.

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A unique person.

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His sons are still alive. And the one in Malta and my dad is gonna hire Muhammad Jalandoni reima. All for made hijra migrated after Pakistan was established because remember, it was all one India Pakistan, Bangladesh was all one. But after the creation of Pakistan, they all upon the instruction of Hakimullah Mara himolla. They moved to Pakistan. They established these four Institute's and these four Institute's have created hundreds and 1000s and 1000s and 1000s of great ala MA and thinkers.

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Just amazing. And they've spread throughout the world. Just take each just one Institute you take if you read you know I read

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and lift it up with man is that their travel logs, it's in three volumes, three different books and onto each country. He goes to travel since he's been traveling since the 80s 90s. Early he came here in 2000. I was just reading just before I came here actually read again some pages. I bought the book with me

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dunya Maria again, the dunya is in front of me. He was talking about Melbourne I just want to read about Melbourne a bit. He talked about that when he came straight from the airport and who invited him and that he went to the Darwin College. His he has written down around college college in order to in poker is how you pronounce it he have worked up and he said that is near the army has just started this year hamdulillah and it's just like for small rooms or something and they are planning to make a big masjid and they are planning to do this and they are planning to do this today in the afternoon. First time I went to see

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after the morning program, we went to have a quick tour to look at the dollar loom beautiful Masjid big facility beautiful dome. It's like amazing 20 years ago he's saying they are they've just bought it was a school before so it's easy to keep it as a school. That's what he said he was they bought it as a school and it's just made makeshift at the moment it's four rooms and they're planning to do this and inshallah hopefully they'll have sisters facilities. And they're doing school until intermediate level or something like that he said and element that field has been has commenced and they're starting this year. That's live army.

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Today, when we went met the students and some students from there today, they were showing me the hustles will fetch our data lifter.

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This is the first year

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First of all, they're doing the hustles something that started 2025 years ago. Students are doing the hustle. Just before I came here, I received a phone call from Mufti in Egypt.

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I messaged him, I said, I'm in Australia. So you've called me straightaway. We used to be here in Australia. And he used to be one of the main people in the establishment of the Dark Room is a friend of mine. Vanessa study used to be at the same time, he was a bit senior, a few years old, you know, before me, but I know him since those days in 1998, and 99, in Karachi.

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And he told me a brief history as well.

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That I use I was there from 99 or something, he told me the years etc. And he mentioned

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the Maldives. He said to me, have you met him? I said, not yet. But in Java I'm hoping to. So

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this tells us something.

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That things don't happen just overnight.

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Things don't happen overnight.

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The Masjid of the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam and the madrasa that he established as Hagia Sophia,

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there wasn't a mother as a massive madrasa with hundreds of Sahaba and their own in which they do not know it was just a few companions. That's our beginning. The sofa place as how was so far the first mother a

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teacher was who say you do know Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, who are the students, the Sahaba, the Allahu Anhu. What's the curriculum? They don't have to worry too much about the curriculum. We are sitting here and banging our heads what curriculum we should have and this and that curriculum is just look at our syllabus and

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see how he talks. See how he walks. So see how he prays. So you see how he fasts? How does it communicate? Colin Farrell was the creator of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the curriculum. That's it.

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The first curriculum

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this statements of the messengers of Allah, why do you sell them the statements of the Sahaba the Allahu Animal Health sorry, the statement of the Messenger of Allah Islam, the actions, old fairy and his qualities and his character traits and his sleep ah, and his aqua and what we say history, his approval, tacit approval. You know, we don't want this to become less than or equal to the ideals but that's, that was the curriculum.

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And since then,

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this whole process began and commenced everybody throughout the years and generations put in this small effort. From that time, whoever put the effort the train is going it started from a cyber sofa, it will reach his destination until the oval Fiamma Dean doesn't need anybody. We need to leave. The train continues to move. You could just be a passerby and just watch mashallah amazing train is going or you get into the trade and do something in the trade and clean and do something and

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the deen of Allah subhanaw taala is not in need of us. We are in need of the deen of Allah. Allah has taken it upon Himself in nationalism DeCaro in that whole hospital will protect the the

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we will surely protect it.

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So this whole process of Islamic teaching

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the deen of Allah subhanaw taala the teaching of it, it started from that time. There is and this is the reason why Allah subhanho wa Taala sent his messenger

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Why did he send his messenger Salallahu Salam. Allah says in the Quran, there are four, four basic four basic objectives, reasons motives, aims, goals. What else you want to say, Mokhtar says

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because of which Allah sent the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam into this world who Allah the Barza Philomena Rasool Amin and pasa him yet through Allah him it will use a key him while you're Ali Mohammed Al Kitab. But what the heck about this verse has appeared in the Quran about four or five times but in slight differences like in terms of the tentative and the order Laqad Managua, who ultimate meaning is the batha V him. Allah has favored the believers is bad for him or Suliman, and for Samia to do it, humanity is a key and we are unable to get up on it for mocassin

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if someone asks us Why did Allah send messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam What was the reason? What's his job description?

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Why Did anyone come to us

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Straight what's the reason you know for there should be a reason for everything. Why did I come here? They asked me on the airport. Why did you come here? I went tourist.

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I just said I'm a tourist. I didn't want to say anything else of course.

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Next time maybe I might say that I'm coming here to teach and do some lectures. Because you have a funny system here there's a visa and then a sub visa and this visa is hundreds of the types of visas This is first time I've seen this, this

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business visa the tourist visa and this visiting family friends visa, it's the same thing.

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Tourist Visa family visa slike they might just say that in laws with natural marriage visa

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there's all sorts of reasons we don't get this in. I haven't seen this in any country, America, Canada, I travel lots of places, I haven't seen this.

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So

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why do we come into

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any place we should have an objective in mind, whatever we do, likewise, when Allah sent the messenger Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam four main objectives, one is yet to do are they him it

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so that he recites the Kitab tilava yet through Ali Himayat.

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Number two,

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I will translate them in accordance with the IRA, but this force first is still our Tokita teaching them how to recite the book of Allah. The other is your Alaimo, whom will get up the meanings of the Kitab number three, teaching them Hikmah wisdom and number four User Key him spiritually purifying them. This is these are the four job descriptions

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to four these are the four tasks or four roles or four objectives. Four responsibilities Allah gave Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam in this world.

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Of course, he was successful. In all four.

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He taught them he tell our he taught them the meanings. He told them what wisdom was so they learned their wisdom, and he's spiritually purified them which means they actually verified if somebody believes any Sahabi wasn't spiritually purified is indirectly saying Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam failed in his job at point.

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Sandy's point, if anyone thinks any Isabey not more that God is not spiritually purified. There's some

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term or defect in any Sahabi anyone thinks like that. This means that he is or indirectly saying that Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not able to do that as good.

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So four job descriptions. What's the first one? pilau yet to do it MIT? He taught the Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu how to recite

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how to recite the book of Allah, how to

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recite it's a separate objective to knowing the meanings Tilawat will get up

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reciting the book.

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He was teaching who Chinese people know who was he teaching

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Africans

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was the teacher who are the Sahaba Arabs still he was sent to teach them how to recite Arabic

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in a

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and this is an objective on its own.

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Alongside separate

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Quran is a separate objective. It's a mock set and it's an act of Eva.

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This is why it's a responsibility we should all our children included and we included every Muslim if we are not doing this and I'm sure you guys mashallah amazing people here you're all doing this. Every single day we should spend time reciting the book of Allah. Our day cannot start commence in the morning without

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any Muslim. If we have time for everything but not 10 minutes 15 minutes to recite the book of Allah that's a crime. You

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tilava is the basic, basic I bother along with the furrows of Salah anytime I said morning but anytime but in the Quran and Virginica Masuda, it's a good time to read in the morning.

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With etiquette, with other with respect.

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There's actually books written on the topic of recitation other Imam know about the other has a book in Arabic called a tibia. And the idea behind the little Quran

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translated into English by a friend of mine called Sheikh Mustafa is the Revert humbly, who used to study with me in Syria.

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Many years ago, he translated, it's available. I don't know if you've seen this book here. etiquettes of Tilawat.

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He's a chef and he's a river embrace.

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And he studied I don't know where he's at the moment. He was living in Abu Dhabi for a while, but I don't know. Sorry. He's in Malaysia is your shirt. He's a teacher, right?

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So he has this translation, if he

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tells you what's the best time Imam no is a book,

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the etiquettes of reciting the book of Allah.

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Make a firm resolution. Maybe it collectively, this is the third view of our children as well. That there should be a time. Okay. Everybody at home,

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sit down. Pick up the book of Allah and everybody recite, make Tierra. Not just in Ramadan, every single day.

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There should be a tilava

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in itself isn't your brother even if someone doesn't understand the meaning? It's it's a separate independent objective.

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And this is why

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we send our children to

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Islamic schools.

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Our start and commence is why do we? What do they first

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learn what a beautiful Clif Bar? What do you have here? Kinda and things like that. But what is that? That's all

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to be able to read the Quran? Everything else is these are all tools. Because that's the main objective to our even if you don't understand the meaning some people say this that what's the point if you don't understand the meaning? What's that? What's the point? Why why you just like a parrot fashion reading and your children. Yeah, you're Latina, I'm gonna tacos, I don't even know what's going on what's the point?

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But this is this is this is the point that the book of Allah is different to every other book on planet Earth, this is not colorable in sun, this is Cunnamulla word of Allah. Imagine these are words of Allah. You know, sometimes you feel that you think this is like the closest you can get to Allah.

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You imagined,

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because see, Allah in this world, led to the removal of salt absorb who is regular absorb the Whole Latte for coffee, you can only understand about through his Quadra and is you know,

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seeing the sun and the moon and his creation for a young guru energy body, the semi K for affair I

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think the creation of Allah we see the father of Allah, the you know the bounties and an Atma and the creation of Allah, everything leads us to Allah but equally che in law, who is the doula and know what they do? Everything takes us to Allah. But Allah has suffered CIFAR qualities attributes, this column is you know, in Africa, if you study a pita, especially if you study will have you know, a Shadi and Mercury the Acadia and the fall of Allah if you studied Johanna Tauheed, etc, they go into column is this P is this cipher attribute is it

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attributed to Allah is One fossil and all that lengthy Kalami discussion which you don't need to go into, but

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it's a symbol of Allah.

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Just imagine, these are not the words of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam

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you know, Hadith

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in Hua Hua you you are one iron Tico and you'll have everything that the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam is aware he revelation from Allah He doesn't speak from from his own self, but the words why is home.

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The words are His own, His is own expression.

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There's only a bit of difference, a discussion on we have what we call hadith of woodsy

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Allah

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there's two opinions whether the words are his own Oh Allah, but normal Hadith.

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Revelation is from Allah. Words of the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam in his own words, with Kitab Allah, the book of Allah even the words every letter.

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Imagine Allah has left these are words of Allah that's why you can't change you can't do you know tilava Will mana.

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You can do Hadith revived will mana but you can't do Tilawat you can't do it.

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I'll paraphrase like for example, you can't say leave me dedicated wood shop coffee.

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Raber means doubt, shortcomings doubt It's haram to do that This alone will become invalid. It means the same thing.

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You can't change every letter every letter counts Words of Allah

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and as rewarded in tilava Even if we don't understand the meaning, so some non Muslims say this and some of our Muslims also modern this type of Muslims they don't get this point they say if you recite like if you don't get the meaning Why are you just reading? What's the point? What's the benefit? I tell them this is not Harry Potter

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This is not Roald Dahl written book.

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Any book in the world you read it once twice, then you get bored

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you read it sometimes my son is reading book I've read this book I want another book I can't read and you can't keep on repeating Quran is such an inshallah all of you can testify you read it 400 times you read it the 401 first time it's still as fresh as amazing even if you know the meanings even if you just listen to Dale our just give you some amazing spiritual upliftment

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even though you've heard this

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you have a Salah Pulau, although there have been ages and it's remember this is not based on even sound a voice. Some people just like Quran when it's just sound good voice it's not dependent on that.

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And rather don't get too accustomed to sound or noise, build a connection with the words

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because it's not about the sound and the the I mean it's good to recite Quran has seen the Quran as well. But it should not be dependent on that.

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Every time we listen to the Quran, we recite the Quran. This is just an amazing feeling. I'm sure you can't get this feeling ever just used to hear the whistle khariar to

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the rock, Mr. Lucario it's just it's just unique. It's different. So every

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word we recite this is in itself and everybody, even if we What did I say? Even if we don't?

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Are you awake everybody?

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Even if we don't understand the meaning. The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in a hadith that every word we recite of the book of Allah, you get 10 rewards,

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how many rewards 10 rewards and then he said la Polo. Polo rip me half. I don't say Alif Lam Meem is a word.

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Rather allophone hydrophone Wallah on hydrophone will meme on hydrophone and if it's a letter lamb is a letter meme is a letter if you read believe me how much reward I'm sure you're good at maths.

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4030

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years is a point that came to my mind and I don't if I'm wrong, you can correct me this and I've just a few months ago this came to my mind based on this hadith. I mentioned it once in my talk before, but I said it to the students in the class

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that it's so significant. And I've not read this in any book or from anybody so this is from me, it could be SharePoint Allahu Allah. In Ghana, Solomon for me and Allah who kind of Hatha and familiar initiated.

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Based on this hadith, if you look at his Hadith

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the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling us that you receive reward in tilava.

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And then he's giving us an example of something of the louer he could have used any other word as an example.

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I don't say shut up. Raber is one word. I don't say move. Alone is one word rather meme is a letter phi is a letter. I don't say pull out who is two words rather cough. He chose to use what as an example. And if let me

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a word that has no meaning for us to understand.

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No meeting Allahu Allah will be more on the Hebrew daddy.

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Inside help me this is all rueful mocha card, minute muta. Shabbiha

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Allah knows what the meaning is. Messenger SallAllahu Sallam probably knows. But the OMA

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we don't know the mean

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Do

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we still read it?

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If it was based on if you understand the meaning that every time you leave la meme comes, you don't read that you skip that. Allaha Why don't we skip Yacine? We don't say well, you just start Allahu Akbar. Well, Quran Al Hakim, why not reading Jessie? Well, there's no meaning. I don't know the meeting, so I'm not gonna read it. No, of course you read it. Those people who say that you should what? Only read if you understand the meaning, then tell them then don't ever say your scene. Don't ever say how me Don't ever say Alif Lam. Meem. So

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resuscitation even without understanding the meaning. tilava is a Moxa is an objective for our children. For adults. It's and then remember brothers and sisters. It doesn't just stop there reciting with

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observance of the rules of recitation.

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What we call what

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that you eat, that you eat is from the word job. What do you do we do.

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This is also an obligation is a form of

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reciting Quran without the Jew it is sinful. Haram Mala Mujo within Khurana for Hawa theme. This is not a Quran or Hadith it's just a poet poetry of Imam jaziri was the first half of that Ataman LA Zoo something didgeridoo

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the Quran is something like the halfmoon Lizzie move Amanda Mujo within Quran if

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you don't have anyone memorized just Surya and SHA three and mashallah so but it's an object it's a it's a followed.

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Because remember, the way to recite with proper roof and Maha ridge and a HA and HA and proper pronunciation that is also a maxim. That is when the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was teaching yet to do early him IoT or with the US haobo Sofa the sofa madrasa in Masjid WWE, he was teaching them how to recite the Quran with proper the G. Then the Sahaba taught their students and then they taught their students and then their students said to them, so the Quran has to be recited with those rules.

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And who was who taught the messenger sallallahu alayhi salam

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who taught the messenger Salallahu Alaihe Salam, Allah subhanahu Gaida through jevelin and that's mentioned in the Quran

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by either Cara Anna who Batavia Khurana

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but either led to have week behind the Santa Clarita agenda with a Nalina Gemma hula Quran Aveda Khurana who when we teach you all messenger make you read it through geography for severe Khurana then follow this way of reading

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the way we teach you read it and this is unique you know the science of the drill has moved to depose Muhammad Allah many times says and I've heard this on many occasions he says that this is unique to Arabic and Muslims there is no science for any other language there is no science and English that teaches you that D comes from here and if you take your tongue here then that is C and then F and K and there's no such thing like that

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the detailed rules of health healthy

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ca i know this actual button has worked and I only take your take your tongue this way and take your time that way you will special to us afterwards you become so used to it you don't need the rules

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like was was number seven and things like that as well. You become so used to it then that we don't need the

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rules do you know NASA etc afterwards you become so used to it you just read you won't know the reason why there's no basic you know budget every other Arab Why is this here? We just know it is just you're used to it why? I don't know why but I know this is right. Anyway, so tilava with the Julian tillow will touch read inshallah make this resolution for our children. For ourselves. We should make a habit of recitation daily. And if we don't know then wish it doesn't matter even if we

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are old. We should still take time out. Do I need to hold this?

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Okay, I'm holding one gumball machine.

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If already doing one machine, I'll just add another one.

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All

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Have a stand because it's very not hold it

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stand is very important because you know when you do when anyone does a lecture, you need to use your hands. I've never had a habit of you know, no no, no stop. No, that even looks that's even more I want to build the thing I'm holding for you then that's just gonna, I want you to do to look at all that.

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So, this is the first objective. I'm going to end soon inshAllah tilava With Tajweed.

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Okay, what's the second objective?

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What did we say second objective of

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the meaning.

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Yet to allay him, it was a key for you. I name only keytab over hikma, Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came into this world.

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And Allah sent him so that he would teach them, he would teach them the meanings of his book.

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meanings. Now this is a separate objective.

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This is also also important.

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Sometimes, when we talk about the first objective, that allow even if you don't understand the meaning, and you know, we try to emphasize this point, even if you don't understand the meaning what you still get a reward even if you don't understand the meaning that is more than these people are telling us that you won't get no reward no even if you don't understand the meaning you'll still get reward. We've focused so much on that that we take an oath that we will never understand the meaning.

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Going to that extreme that that's a no no no, you can never understand the meaning only the students and only the odema and like nobody should ever know what is Rotherham stopping means? No, no, no, stop, stop realize you don't know what is in a Serato Mustafi means this is the job of the owner ma who said this.

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None of our machines said this. I've heard this many times on Monday and many others that every general layperson should know the basic meanings of the Quran. This is why we feel hunger Shapira himolla wrote Marley from Quran this is why he did that with money he wrote his

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you know, Asante Juma Quran and the noble meanings of the Noble Quran. It's basic explanatory notes. Translation of the Quran is for everyone every Muslim should try to understand. Yes, the verses of the Quran are of two types. Majority of the Quran is more. It's messy. It's advice. It's about, you know, the quarter of Allah, it's about reminding of Africa. It's about these kinds of things.

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And this is the reason why the majority of the Quran is not about technical issues. Some people ask this the why doesn't the Quran talk about technical issues? That's left to the Sunnah. There's only 500 verses of Quran that deal with I can lose

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from the total of how many

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6136 2036

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Okay, well it has Mashallah.

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How many verses of Taqwa sorry, how many verses of gum 500 only.

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What's the ratio percentage then?

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10% 10% technical 90% non technical, you don't even need? Yes, sometimes you might need to go to an early model share for somebody to when you get stuck, but 90% of the Quran translation meanings you can just read the books understand at least start with Surah Fatiha, we recite Surah Fatiha every day.

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We should know the meanings of Surah Fatiha, how many times in a day we recite Surah Fatiha, we should

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we should

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we should try to understand the meanings of saltwater.

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So,

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only 10% is calm. That's where we need guidance of scholars of Mufasa rule of experts. That's not for every time we can hurry. The other extreme is when people read it. They don't even know Arabic And they just read translations and become an officer of the Quran. Like I have to tell you the whole law says that there are some people who are professionals in other fields and when they become retired, then they suddenly feel like writing the procedure of the Quran.

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He says that they've just retired. Now I will do the first step. They don't even know Arabic. And they write one try to Tafseer of the Quran.

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So you call him a common call. When you call the funding reach out. There are people for every field leave leave the expertise. If you're a doctor, you stay a doctor. We respect your expertise in medicine. Of course, if you're an engineer, that's your

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expertise we respect your expertise in engineering.

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If your architect We respect your expertise in that field Islamic calm and laws and history hard and deep sea run you know deeper understanding that's for the people of scholarship and leave it for them. But the problem today is that when it comes to Islam everybody's an expert except the expert

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when it comes to any other field only the experts are experts in medicine. Yeah, no, no, no, I'm not a doctor, your expert

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computer science. No, you guys an expert. I don't know anything. Yes, whatever we we listen, and we accept and we listen to those who are experts. But when it comes to Islam, Quran Sunnah phip, Hadith Tafseer each the hard technical rulings. Everybody's an expert, except the expert. Everybody suddenly becomes an expert in moon sighting everybody everyone's moved to about you know the we have everyone's moved here about

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I don't know about Austria. No one's talking anything. I'm just saying this is everywhere to say

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everyone's moved here about

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the car hunt up and inheritance and everything.

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There was one great chef chef Abdul Fatah Gouda Rahim, hola.

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I had this incident with money when he came to the UK said he visited Pakistan many, many times. And many countries a great scholar from Syria, Khalid Sheikh Abdul Fatah Hoda, I'm sure I talked about his book today in the morning.

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Zarbon Latina Earthrealm, Allah is the verge and many, many books is written like amazing, amazing. I'll shut up the photographer there. So once he visited Pakistan, when he was leaving many, many orlimar and people went to them to see him off. So somebody asked him at the airport said, What do you think of the people of Pakistan and Hyundai love amazing people of Pakistan people are very nice, very nice people. So nice. And you know, very kind and very hospitable. But I've seen one thing

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here, everyone's a doctor and everyone's a Mufti.

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Everyone's

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everyone's a Mufti. Everyone's to prescribe you a medicine. And everyone's wants to give you a fatwa.

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Leave the expertise to the people who are experts.

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Leave the fatwa to the people of fatwa. Why did they spend 1520 years studying?

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If you can just give a fatwa just like that, then why are people spending 1050 And it's not it's not six years. You can't be a Mufti by the way students. You can't be a Mufti in six years or two years that hustles

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one year the hustle is to hear the hustle is three other hustles

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move to you can only be at least after 1015 years at least minimum of dealing with for 1215 years at least minimum

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let you stay in a company if not physical company, but at least you know, mashallah and advice with experts 10 to 15 years.

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One of our teachers Mufti Maha Mudra chef with money, Rahim Allah passed away recently after how many years he was dealing in data liftoff from Karachi. And then finally he was only called Molana MK mothership with money. And then afterwards, they gave him a stamp for how many years ago in which should you know 2012 13 Or something like that, I don't know when,

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when I was studying, we used to say move free, but it was all stuff but he never had the stamp. He wasn't given the stamp in 1999.

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If the other officer Kirby had the stamp, but if the Mahamudra was money didn't have the stamp. So anyway,

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going because there's a lot of students of knowledge and everything's is making me talk about a lot of other things as well. But to finish at this point, to our very important objective. Number two, understand the meaning. So we should at least take some time out. Every day try to take some time out to try to understand the meanings of the book of Allah subhanaw taala pick them out of the Quran, pick up any any reliable Tafseer of the Quran, spend like one page, go through the meanings, basic meanings, wherever you get stuck, wherever you don't understand then go to the people who are experts and get clarification from them. This is the third third objective of the messenger

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam and this is something that we need to do

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which is the meanings understanding the meanings of the book of Allah subhanaw taala yet through RMIT we only Muhammad Kitab the other two objectives.

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You was the third one

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wisdom

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he came to teach us Hey comma

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hokhmah wisdom. What does that mean?

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Heckman. This is really important. Heckman refers to him teaching us. Allah sent Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to teach us.

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Time wise.

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He came to this world, Allah sent the messenger Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam to teach us what

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Hikmah wisdom.

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In summary, what this means is that he

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gave us direction guidelines explained to us what makes sense.

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What is beneficial for us what is harmful for us?

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Every issue on planet earth, there are two opinions.

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There are two opinions. hikmah is the wisdom. That is the divine wisdom. If Allah subhanaw taala says, for example, this is haram.

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There's harm in it, then there's when logically, rationally it makes sense, why that's harmful first. Today, we live in a world where, you know, actually the studies been done on this.

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The modernist theories, they say there's no there's no such thing as sharp and personal, Oberheim evil and good in the world. What's the definition? What's good, what's good and what's evil.

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They say that it just society decides society decides what's good.

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That's good. If society thinks

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being homosexual is good, it's okay then that's good.

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It just whatever society what the brains of the people today we live in a world where the actual has been made the god the wisdom is the actual rationale. And remember, there's as many wisdoms as many apples there.

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That's why every issue is debated. If you study Media Studies, what happens they'll bring someone for somebody against He will give His proofs He will give His proofs interviewer won't take any sides, there's no decision. So we'd have to end it here now and that's it. let the viewers decide. So he's got his account his god is called the viewers you have your aka your own as Harbin HECM. You just decide what's good for you.

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What's good, what's evil, if you think changing gender is okay. That makes sense. Rationally, logically, then that's reason that's wisdom.

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We live in a time where

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alcohol is what

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legal isn't it is legal to drink alcohol in Australia, drugs, legal or illegal? harmful drugs. Illegal

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as to why differentiates be consistent if alcohol

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is legal, it's harmful than drugs harmful, that should be legal as well.

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And if you make drugs,

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illegal, then make alcohol illegal.

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No criteria, what they feel like whatever the occult things, if they want money, they think something's bad. 50 years ago, homosexuality was evil, dirty, filthy. Suddenly, the brains changed, wisdom changed. That's it. Now the wisdom is, it's all cool, it's all fine.

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And you will see 40 years down the line probably incest will be as we are talking about homosexuals today. So this is the meaning of wisdom that its wisdom is not what you think is good for the society. It's what Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu Sallam has decided.

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And lastly,

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while User Key he purifies them spiritually does get on and that's a topic on its own. Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi salam came to the Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu and one by one we heard who the chef was talking about this last, that's part of that Skia but these were the Companions who had before Islam had all these character traits like jealousy, like hatred, like, you know, competition and showing off ostentation, you know, all of these things, one by one every Sahabi he is spiritually purified their hearts, cleanse their hearts, and they became such

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that they would give their lives one another and he's spiritually purified them. All of these four objectives are the objectives of Alma Doris.

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Every school, we want to establish every Masjid you want to establish not just Medallia sorry, every Masjid you want to establish every Islamic school you want to start

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publish every Islamic community you want to establish every dollar you will establish. We shouldn't forget you we call it Donald Hikmah then teach the Hypno wisdom there as well whether you call it that or loom then teach there in there as well. That will sunnah teach the Sunnah, that. So these are every Islamic school, every institute, every seminary, whatever you want to call it, any project, any Academy. This was the beginning of how so far.

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This was the beginning of the Sabbath software. That was the main curriculum, the teacher of messenger, salallahu, alayhi. Salam was teaching these four areas, it was passed down, and we should all keep this in mind. And even as parents, we should keep these four things in mind for our children. Either we teach these four things ourselves, or facilitate these four things for our children, for our family, for our for our women, for our wives for our husbands, see, is my child learning tilava We always look at that hamdulillah they do Headstart feeds etc. What about the meanings not everybody has to become a scholar, basic meaning basic meaning does key or is there

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very important for ourselves, for our children ever. It's a fun for everyone. That's key I should be learned and acquired and you know, inculcated into our lives, removing all the spiritual disease one by one and working on the heart. And the fourth one

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Hikmah wisdom. This is also something that should be taught how Islamic schools should talk but totally to teach this aspect of wisdom, which is taken from the Sunda

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meaning in other words, rationally explained the Islamic rules.

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Rationally,

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scholars have written books on this again we finishing this talk by the name of with the name of Hakimullah Maulana Shabani tanura him over. He has books on this topic and city modernism Islam and modernism and Inteva to deliver the highly the highly stable hotel we have

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three Halle

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Halle some

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parts the first part of the name Olympia Hobbit into battle movida is a long name in Arabic. We have only shuba Judah.

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So that's a really good book for students and scholars to study.

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In sha Allah, may Allah Subhana Allah grant his

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understanding of all these four areas of our deen May Allah subhanaw taala preserve the Allah Ma and the scholars of this country, the students that Imams and all the people who are working for the dean, and all of you guys may Allah protect our children. That's the big big fear the next generation and 100 I see you guys already this is why you're here. You're you all care for your children and mashallah you bring them into the masjid into the programs. So, but this needs to spread and more and more. Don't feel if I see one thing don't have an inferiority complex. Oh, you guys are England. You're too ahead. No, no, no, no.

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20 years ago, I mentioned when St. Thomas Murray came he was talking about all those Nizami started. What's happening after 20 years we have to hustle us. So this is what happens. And who's saying that England is far ahead. I don't accept that.

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I am very positive about Australia's I've been here I know I've only been here for for four days. I don't know other scholars have come up. I don't know what that said. And if they've said maybe they are because they're scholars and I'm not so maybe they say yeah, you guys are well behind. I don't think you are well behind. I've seen a lot of positive things here. You know the way people memorize Quran students boys are memorizing Quran students, I was in Sydney, the level I saw of students that are in level studying

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really high level than many of the students who are studying in our dorm rooms. We might have too much by name

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and you guys might have it by more than name real Haqiqa

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you know you can have hundreds of rooms and 500 students graduating and 300 but if they know don't know really anything is just by name. And what's the point? Less quality is better than a lot quantity. So don't worry about

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quantity that we need $10 looms we need this, concentrate on the quality inshallah and that's better than quantity. Allah grant is COVID