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AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of physical wellness and unity in Islam, avoiding disunity and bringing hearts to others. They stress the need for diversity and respect for human beings, as it is a core part of Catholics' political system. embracing these values for personal and professional growth is crucial, and everyone should pray for others and find the perfect partner.
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want to start with the humaneness of physical wellness that the winner would have been letting Garner this movie and casino on is a Dr. Medina play at the level for them which I don't know the US budget for that idea. I shall go and log on to what the government

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officials will investigate in our Have you been I was worth an hour in an hour from MIT and Harvard, Abdullah Sulu Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayidina, Muhammad wa ala Aalihi a unified strategy behind why the coolamon to the urban be certain in you know, your Medina or whatnot eliminate Corona when he found out was 100 agenda was it an original Subhanallah welcome, in Medina in the violent and

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especially brothers and sisters.

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hamdulillah once again,

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today we have an opportunity, I have an opportunity to address you and be with you and in your presence and in your gallery. And before me, I'm very loving and very inspirational talks and after me as well, we'll have speakers speaking, I pray Allah grant us

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don't feel good understanding of the and we take something with us that is beneficial for us for this slide on the next slide. That's the objective. And that's the purpose of any religious gathering. And you want to become better Muslims, better individuals, better human beings, better people, better Muslims, and better slaves of Allah subhanaw taala. That's the real objective. There's no other real objective other than that. And if we didn't go back after you to the two days with a you know better personality or something that we learned when we improve on in our lives, and you shall love this convention has been and will be considered a success.

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The topic that I have today that I want to discuss a very important topic.

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One of the central obligations,

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one of the central teachings of Islam and the central obligation, one of the most important what we call follow in Islam.

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central part of the teachings of Islam

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is what we call an Arabic

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word the word

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or dilla different words in Arabic

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which basically means mutual love, peace, harmony amongst Muslims

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unity. This is why my talk is diversity unity through diversity. This is one of the central obligations of the office love of the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah. If you look at the Quran, and the Sunnah and the Hadith of the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam using numerous texts, numerous texts that points to the importance of bringing about mutual harmony, brotherhood and sisterhood, love peace. There's numerous texts, the Quran and Sunnah is filled with ideas and ideals that talk about

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the importance of unity and prohibition of disunity. It's the law and the Federal.

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So Unity is one of the greatest obligations of Islam, and it's actually one of the greatest needs of the time.

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And the numerous like one or two

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texts that I talked about one of you I mentioned these texts one or two, yesterday as well, like Allah says, Why don't see we'll be happy again, Jimmy or whatever for Raghu that hold on collectively to the rope of Allah. And it never looked. We don't know what was going on Hawaii income indeed, Muslims are brothers and brothers, sisters, brotherhood, sisterhood, whatever it is, our overtime shareholders have a Ryoko Mossville overseas do not fight and argue and have disputes amongst yourselves. As new as text. Allah says Amen. Lavina Farah Butina hamaca mushiya. Let's dive in appreciate Allah is addressing Allah subhanho wa Taala alone and creatures addressing the

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messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi salam. And he says to him, that in the medina federal podium, we're going to share those people who disunite and make frictions and groups and students in this group and that group and this mosque and that mosque, whether it's based on caste system, or whether it's based on a Serbia of all of your ethnicity and Vainglory of your ancestors and this is a Pakistani Muslim, this is a Punjabi and this is our baby and this is Moroccan This is Kashmir This is a Bengali or whatever or no region you know differently you know this unity you can have like new people going to one was not a problem, but sort of disunity thinking were better than them and

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they're you know, we have a better standard of living or we know Islam better

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or if it's based on religious disunity group groupings? Yeah, we have 101 groups.

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Not exactly number one, but you know, we have so many different groups. There's as many needs as there are the amount of Muslims that we have. Everywhere you go, not just here but everywhere you go, you have the zoom feature set up in the Ashanti, the month will be some Wahhabi, you deal with the brand we teach in the bleeding HT ft S T, or whatever stock markets you know something. There's so many ways.

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Allah says a couple Ron who has some Nakul Muslim in

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it is he and this word is referring to Satan and Rahim Allah, peace and blessings be upon him that he called you Muslims, the name given by Allah and His Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, and the Quran is we are Muslims will stop I'm not saying that these names are wrong, in a sense, you can use them. But if these names, if using these terms, these titled these names, cause friction, then they may be wrong to use. If it's causing disunity, we are supposed to bring hearts together. Even if you see that there's some sort of disunity or some different way of understanding about Islam and I'm gonna talk about some of these things with a fellow Muslim sister or brother, you have to we have an

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obligation like the Quran says it forbidden at the

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end of who will you mean that even if you have a disagreement you from one group to another group, your one group is from another group, in the far below the axon, repel, discuss in the most beautiful of ways.

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It's from the sun, which is a central teaching of Islam as well. 1/3 of denas axon Iman Islam axon, so defend and discuss and discuss about matters of deed in a letter here. And then, you know, one of us is after that by the end by Nick Avena. Who at our

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current no value in having the benefit of that you will see is that the one between you and him or your group and they grow. between human there's some sort of enmity, there's some problem. You know, Allah says, if you behave and act in the most beautiful man is appointed the Sunnah of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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who, where you'd honey, it's very likely very soon that he will become your most closest, Beloved beloved friend of yours.

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And this is in like, every single Quran, it's just not it's just not it's not just theoretical iron. There are practical verses act upon this.

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I'll tell you my personal example. I've acted upon this idea. Every time I've acted upon this, I've seen benefits.

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Like you know, someone for example, they become some of the group or they've got something you know, some people come up to you and they're like, you know, they're thinking in their mind, well, this guy's from some group or something. And you just embrace them and give them a gift and you know, whatever you just be so warm towards them. The barriers are removed instantly. This is actually one of the obligations of Islam and this is why I said yes, you know, if you you know, you meet sometimes some people think there's something in the air but you just the way you behave, try it, and you will see the difference. You will see the difference in relationship and this will allow you

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see the unknown but even having so anyway going back to what I was saying, Allah says to the messengers of Allah when using them inevitably Butina Mercado Shia messenger, those people are separated and disunited and make groupings and groups and friction, disunity. You have nothing whatsoever to do with that. Let's dive in on fishing. There's one beautiful Hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Halima Ahmed regarding when we were talking about listening to the Birdman email related his Muslim amazing and beautiful Hadith messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said me no one

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when a hire of human enough whether you will have

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and move you know manager for

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a believer is a special word we use the word Ufa offer is the central obligation also use mutual love. So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, let me move on to another UI while even yeah I love what you love. A believer is an abode of love. significantly in this hadith, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa only you will certainly was sending them. Make sure that every time try your best when we say some of the love or use and once it's an obligation, and then recommend it throughout. So whenever the name of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is mentioned in the gathering, we should take it as a responsibility that we send solar what I Salatu

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was Salam. So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He significantly did not

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A believer is someone who has love for others is my lover to the word and abode of love. It's like a station. It's like a fountain flicker utensil, where from where for which love is pouring out.

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This is the Arabic term used Allah Allah for love.

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It's not the Hillels it's a place of love, what kind of human Are you will have, there is no good in the one who does not have love and respect for others. And others don't have no respect for that person and why he mentioned these two things because these are two things related. Once someone is reserved and doesn't have love and respect for others, others will you know subsequently consequently, as a result, not show them respect for that person as well. So anyway, this is very important. And we always talk about unity, unity, unity, everyone knows about unity, how important it is. Now, I want to say one or two things which are very, very important about unity. That yes,

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mutual love, respect, harmony, peace, respecting people, very important part of them. However, we need to understand something and this is very important that in Islam, we have a concept, which means a lot of times people don't understand or have misunderstood, which is that unity the concept of unity unity doesn't mean this is the wrong understanding that will take care of unity. Some people think unity means every Muslim, whether a Bosnian or Albania or Kashmir or Indian or Pakistani or a Moroccan or a Yemeni or a South Korea going to have a training every Muslim from every part of the worship, pray exactly in the same way. First, exactly in the same manner,

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understand Islam completely exactly as one another, do everything even where that shows exactly the same. This is not what Islam is asking for. This is not what Unity means. This is why the Titan is divert us unity through diversity. This is the beauty of the OMA of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam many whatever upset if there are four Almighty Rama is not authentically narrated as a hadith. But let's say of the early scholars some of the Sahaba photography. It's a source of Mercy human Masood, you said you have Telugu an ummah who seems to have a an ummah, that differences in our nation in our Ummah with the Muslims is specific to this OMA except associates a speciality. So

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you can see does not mean that we do everything in the same way since the time of the Sahaba or the Omar or at home brothers sisters, you know, this is a lengthy topic, I can give you examples. Numerous, however, disagree, not just about some of the ways that you pray some issues of Athena as well.

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Since the submissions have agreed that the problem today is that, you know, the things that we all argue and debate about, I was just telling a few people just in the car, you know, the two brothers, I said, one of the main reasons, you know, all these differences that we have

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the mere fact that there are differences between many Sunni scholars, is because of the fact that this is not a foregone conclusion. It's not black and white, who would want to disagree with the Quran and Sunnah. You know, like, unless I'm gonna offend, who would want to like okay, let me just deliberately go against you know, Islam and you know, let me have a wrong first Aqeedah Let me become a machine commercial. Come on.

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Let me let me just become a machine you've got a motor data or personal data. The mere fact that there are differences of opinion is the key of proof, but this is not a conclusive foregone conclusion. There's room for debate, and Allah left it like that. Allah did not want us to be, you know, everyone to agree on everything. You might say, how do you need to do you ask Allah? Sorry, I didn't see a volumetric. Okay, so, but yes, Allah does the Hikmah wisdom, Allah wanted this to happen.

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There's tons of things in which there are differences, but I'll tell you about that. Why Allah would need to happen. But I want to mention here, let's go quickly in order. I mentioned the reason why and I'll explain that to you. There are differences in the OMA in some secondary aspects of Akita not main aspects. Yes, we all believe, Hungary that we all believe in the Oneness of Allah We all believe

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in Jana Jahannam, how via paradise, other destiny, angels brawn do the basic things, we are humbled all of us, we believe, the Messenger of all the prophets and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam been the last and final prophet, a very important part of our belief, and then it doesn't assume that

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you will ever all agree on the Sahaba the companions or the Allah or anyone, so these are main things of the kingdom is all agreed upon secondary we call just here to occur in the secondary aspects of a kingdom and in terms of practice,

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The whole effect. There's major differences. These differences occurred from the time of the Sahaba you might think like, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has just left this world he's passed away five or six years after him there are major differences between the Sahaba someone say you know you pray like this someone say like this, someone says, like this or none of them does. They will notice united the hearts will not disunited they're respecting one another they loved one another they embrace one another they show courtesy and harbor to one another major I'll give you examples. I mean, even read books on this topic. I believe more Abbas McGee Allahu Anhu in Arusha bit acidic

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Radi Allahu anha major issues even an Akita issues, I believe, are those of the lover and was of the opinion that the dead after you bury the dead, is able to hear the living person like if you're walking you know, because Heidi's like, well, you know, last night we got on here, I think that when you bury and then you walk in, they can hear that people are walking away in their feet and you know the person but later I now realize that they cannot respond, they can't speak but they can hear the year this person passed away and you know, people around the gray, we're talking about him and this is the mainstream opinion Irish. And I said No, I disagree. There's a hadith she said no, I

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interpret in a different way. I understand this in a different way. Because you can understand Arabic words and phrases in your hundreds of different ways. I'm going to command you know command in Islam in Arabic Americans a command Yes. You tell someone you have a student you have a student who comes to me and he scribe you know, he's not really paying attention to his studies and his describing North Korea do you use the terms going here

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in Norwegian school,

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Krista is

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taking time off of school and he keeps on coming everyday to me. Today he came to terms of no no, no, you can't go home. You can't go home. You can't go he's just making excuses because he wants to go and watch a football match because nowhere in the European finals which you know, we'll never get to. But anyway

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he was watching football match. Now. I said no and 11th time. I said

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okay, cool.

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What does that mean?

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There's another brother student is really good. He never He never misses class. And he came in

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somebody really important to me.

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Is that difference between the two okay, goes goes the both armor. There's a hundreds of others in the Quran and Hadith. There's 18 different connotations of the command Allah. Allah says in the Quran, common chef and human woman shall project for sometimes command comes for you have to do with obligation. Sometimes recommendation sometimes just welcome instability. Which one we can't hear the words. Can we hear the messages of Allah? Speaking? Oh, yes. What tone? Did he say to you? Okay, go. We just read in the text. So how I disagreed. That the one give us a note coming in green ink and reading, it's all printed behind Muslims will just black ink. There's an 18 different connotations.

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This is a science and topic on its own was called from the time of the sahaba. Till for 1400 years, they've been studying everything that I have the Quran and Hadith and looking at them from a different angle. And that's when you have differences. So I will say the Sahaba of the Allah Allah companions disagreed on many issues, right? Many, many issues. So we have to understand this, that

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it's part of our deen instead of when we say Unity does not mean Unity does not mean that we all do things in the same way. If data is

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a must. Our D is balanced differences. Diversity is actually a good thing. It's part of the Islamic faith. Yes, what's wrong is what we call it a love. This is why they differentiated distinguish between two words you have enough data and you have enough means just agreement with mutual love respect. You don't get some you know, you don't start you know, swearing at each other you don't start swearing and slandering one another you agree to disagree look at our non Muslim friends, how they disagree. Agree to disagree with you know being humane about things.

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They agree to disagree. You know, when either amicable manner here one person disagrees with you slightly. That's a Europe coffee machine. Get one today you're 100 free. We're having a Sufi era celebrate your great worship, but you're just going down the grid down the hill tomorrow. Was the tolerance gone? And this happens like I was saying yesterday, young people who have meaning

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needed knowledge of Islam limited. This is why the more we see the various colors the more D people are acknowledged the more tolerant they become. The more deep is called as you see them. One of them said cool numbers back to arrangement is that to your opinion, Jeremy, the more increasing my knowledge the more I become aware of my ignorance. A person standing by a pond of water river, but you know, you just see a bit of wood here. This is knowledge.

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I'm a big shout out to my knowledge because the knowledge with you. And then the person is in the middle of an ocean sees water right left ahead behind no land.

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In the no agency.

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This is just no land, immersed deep into the oceans of water knowledge everywhere. What is if you so much now? I don't I'm just saying this is water. I've got so much new tonight. And this is the reason why the more someone learns the more they become aware of the ignorance. That's why when people have more knowledge he brings about intolerance, ignorance, results in ignorance results in intolerance, ignorance results in

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intolerance, and I knew results in hate.

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I just made that up. Now, ignorance

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results in intolerance. Someone doesn't have knowledge and I purchase a bit of artificial few words here and bagels and barbecue just going higher and higher kebab and I'm asking you a few things here and there. We'll say anything, whatever just a few words, just knows a few things. Maybe we went to Syria for two weeks or Jordan two weeks or Saudi for a couple of weeks. So we can cause a crash course here or there. The early scholars who had spent 48 years of his life studying and still use a polyamory students of knowledge earnings column you can go on Bihar. Yeah, how you gonna handle who McCullough doesn't do fraud, anybody all these great Imams Oma. They spend 6070 years of their lives

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telling this there was still to learn students of sacred knowledge, pig shoveled a symbol for our travel from Andalusia, from Spain from Europe here, not by taking a point shs and go straight to you know, wherever you wanted to go on the candle on the foot, shovel all the way to Iraq the other day to study with a great Imam Mohammed did not pass energy, Bernie. And when he went there, Mr. Mohammed bin hasn't had no time because he was a big major Imam with 1000s of students and a lot of different projects going on. He said, I want to study with you. He said I don't have time. He said where we come from is that have come from, from Europe, from Western Lucia from Spain, Islamic Spain

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at that time you've been to spend anybody expect.

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Take a trip, it's worthwhile, it's a bit of a lot of history that

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should go would take a good 10 to 15 days and visit the different lands as possible. And Granada and Malaga and all those places.

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Keep shoveled from their impairments. And I don't have time for you. But because you've come from so far, the only time I have to teach your body in 24 hours. The only time is, you know, when I wake up in the middle of the night for 100

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I wake up I go wheeling myself and I can't perform Whoo. And wash my face. At that time. It takes me about 510 minutes to do. Bring your book sit next to me I was I perform I will do I teach you the heavy. That's the only tournaments I have in 24 hours? And he said Of course yes. Hamdulillah, about 10 minutes of his time from 24 hours. This was a signal for odd, who then became one of the Imams of this formula. That's how we started off spent 4660 years 50 years of his life studying. And these were people I mean, this is why ignorance creates intolerance. And a new knowledge brings about hatred, which is forbearance. You don't become intolerant you don't become hasty in calling people

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curve. You don't become hasty and everyone who disagrees with you. That's your gradebook. Come on. Do you know what grade worshipper means? No, this these things are strong terms. It does anybody know what it means? Why should I bother? A word that means that you the definition of either that means a slave, Abdullah, the slave of Allah by Bernays from the word or the yarn. For who Who do you worship if you get to the extreme level of soft humiliation and degrading yourself the right to the extreme level and worshiping someone considering the person when you become really known for to be the highest duty and highest

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duty before you and you you show her that extreme amount of veneration or respect for each

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means that you worship you will do anything in terms of frustration in terms of our x actions in the world, the highest form of showing that veneration is really in the heart, but externally is by sujood. This is why sujood you know, prostrating before anyone human beings it's sinful. It's haram. Why is it haram because that's the outward manifestation of a god is really the heart is really the heart you could do to do that, then you can be swearing. Okay, so internally, you're not doing that externally, what you have in your heart for Allah, you're showing that externally by the surgeon. And this is why it is absolutely haram, unlawful sinful, maybe sometimes shouldn't be able to be

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careful. Maybe not depends if it's such a tool or a burner, if you feel what if you're trying to if you have that your heart develop, and then someone's making surgery in front of another human being, that becomes chipped. But if it's if you don't have that, it's just that I leave, which is restoration, respect, someone makes a June, just for respect, not very bad, is not shared. But it is still a major, major, major sin and It's haram. And you know, that didn't we don't have that. But anyway, going back to what I was saying, we have this part of the diversity, it's part and parcel of the view. And this is as opposed to other things.

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In other things, they don't have this issue of diversity.

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If you look within Catholics,

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Hindus, and kapha, as long as

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they have a system of hierarchy, or current system,

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hierarchy, you know, the system of hierarchy, they have a system in place, to have Archbishops, bishops and deacons, you know, they have pastors, whatever, not pastor pastors, you know.

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And they have the ultimate absolute authority is who?

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Now, what is the

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according to the Catholics, the poll is considered to be maximal. You know what that means? infallible. Muslims don't believe any humans to be invalid and acceptable. The prophets of Allah subhanho, the island. Now for the Catholics, they have this system where they could have disagreement. But if the pope makes the decision gets the patois, the pope have to give the fatwa. That's a no disagreement. Nobody can disagree. Because it's become it's come from God is divine. That is within Hindus as well. That's their system.

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Right? Nobody can disagree.

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Nobody can disagree. And these Pope's are people in positions that are elected by whom, by elected by other religious leaders, by the public, by governments from the Vatican, or wherever people are elected. Now,

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there's one benefit in that system. And this is why a lot of the normal students and they asked him this question, there's one benefit in our system, that is that when you have conflicts, whether abortion should be prohibited or not, whether homosexuality should be allowed marriages, gay marriages in England, these problems should be allowed or not. This was a

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issue that comes up then you have the absolute authority, absolute, and Imam, Imam to cover up, you know, there is this type of system, also within the Sharia community. I don't know exactly how many, but it's similar to Java, where you have the main absolute booster in making the decision. And that's it, nobody can disagree, but with a wonderful which America has no place for this. So this one's one

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benefit in that, is that any, any module dispute? That's it, end of story, verdict given, close the books, full stop, no disagreement, nobody can disagree with it.

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So that benefits, but in his style, we don't have that. We said yes, there is that one benefit, but there's major harms in that system. One of the great harms is what one of the greatest harms is that if nobody can disagree, then the whole system of studying, researching looking into the Quran, and Hadith scholars or whatever, we have libraries full of books of, you know, hundreds and 1000s and millions of pages, talking about issues we've got the whole you know, life is full of these things. Why? Because people were disagreeing looking at issues news, Jihad oldish they have just this you know, one issue you know, people think all you should put your hands you know, for brothers, Allah

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who put your hand here or here, you can literally read at least six 7000 pages on this leather shoe heel here in Arabic, watching Punjab owned by some people think is working from Pakistan, India.

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In Arabic, seriously you can read books but one book written 300 pages in Arabic with evidences from the Quran and Sunnah from the Bible and the Torah is a wooden Aegina and some some other book from the Quran and Sunnah that it should be here at the same time you can find 300 pages evidences they should be here. Who knows?

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Who knows? Allah knows we don't know. These are human attempts we think this is those who pray like this. Based on their HDI understanding they feel that this is more correct Muhammad assignee

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is the famous current of all the Muslims unfortunately it is our position understanding what we think we think is most likely incorrect but there's a possibility of it being incorrect the position of other us we think it's incorrect when this possibility we could be right but we don't live in that time we live in a time there's no possibility of me ever being wrong in any way shape or form. I am right right right right postdoc be myself I feel like if you like him don't get the hype.

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That's the problem we live in the early Muslims never did that. said yes, we think this is right. It's all for the sake of Allah we could be wrong. Seriously, we could nobody knows. We only find out in sha Allah the guy that in genuine paradise and I would have seen even by students are non toxic so just like one of the things I want to do in the next slide is go and sit and listen to some alarm on your cell phone and just go through all the issues of who was a real correct decisions earlier really sooner here was the reason that because we were not told clearly the messenger Allah Harrison didn't tell us whether your fish should be here or was it better here or whether you should do this

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in salah or not? Whether women do you really want women to pray exactly like the men how to pray? Or was it like the Hanafi way that women should have certain differences was that the better way? Seriously? Go we shall we go to the shisha coffee?

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Have some coffee because a lot of coffee

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milk in your coffee

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and have some real tea and real coffee. That's that's an invitation.

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So yes, this these are things we'll find out in the next slide.

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So just like we said England keep an eye on is the phrase like saga patience. He becomes a basically this is a phrase in England. Don't hate Don't be overly enthusiastic. spend our time worshipping Allah you know people who argue about these issues. You could have spent those two hours crying to Allah bein to Allah into June shedding some tears making dua reading some Quran recitation, reflecting on the Quran rather than going having a debate outside with someone whether it was the throne on the sky or everywhere here, there is no benefit from these things. They take away all the spirituality. And the problem is that you know, the problem is that human beings especially young

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people, they're fascinated by these things. You're fascinated by nature we like we thrive on these things. Yes, Sufi sort of fish shelter. Hanafi Wahhabi Salafi this guy's a Sufi you know for some people their day will not just pass unless they have an argument whether online or on the forums or whether in real life about a matter of do you tell them spend two hours reading

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reflect there's no there's no there's no enjoyment. It's so boring reading Quran to actually go outside wishing intelligence

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there's enjoyment in this enjoyment. This is why it's boring. For some young people, the it becomes too boring if there's no argumentation.

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Being is too boring. It's too boring. You know, because it's it's your personal internal desires. Real scholars from whichever persuasion will never see them from all the groups seriously. All the groups, real scholars, deep scholars, you will see them never never argue they might have a discussion in the community that they feel this is a correct opinion. So they give it to learn from war in the background since they are not saying one group is better than the other real scholars from all the games. I've met real scholars,

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real scholars from all groups, seriously you'll see them very moderate. The moment someone is like what hyped up these guys are ignorant who is intolerant.

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This is why we need to bring them autonomous witness is a very important otherwise, your real the energy share pod is very like I was saying yesterday she upon ups we need to know the truth of SharePoint very sharp, very clever, very tricky. He plays a lot of tricks. Yeah, I'm saying this yesterday because he is diverting our attention to that from that which is important to that which is wasting of our times our resources are being wasted. We are supposed to do something beneficial for the community. But here we are just all day long weeks and months. The energy of Muslims could be so productive. It's just wasted argumentation on patent issues and issues that are not

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conclusive. You will no seriously you will argue until the day of Panama or until

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the cows come home representing land, but the issue will not be solved. It will not be solved and Allah did not want Allah does not want it to be solved. This is a heck man I'll tell you why. You know there's a verse in the Quran Allah says, one more time the contributor of bustle the unforeseen Atalanta to Guru.

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Women. After divorce a woman a wife, the ruling that she felt is that a woman has to go through what we call a waiting period.

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Allah talks about the waiting period he says one more palapa to enter on Barcena the unforeseen.

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When divorce takes place, a woman should observe and go through and wait for that waiting period, which is the duration of that is that waiting period is Fernanda Tapu, three, three watts, who have Kuru Kuru, Kuru. linguistically, if you look at it from the Arabic language, it means two opposite things. It can mean heat of menstruation, the opposite of the period of menstruation is what the period of purity that also is referred to by Arun, which one is it? We have subsequently made a difference of opinion. Not today, not yesterday, not a difference of opinion that was made in Morocco or Bangladesh or in Yemen or Kashmir. This difference of opinion started a group of Sahaba,

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another group of Sahaba major companions of the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah said, they said and they came to the conclusion that the meaning of Guru is halal, which is the menstrual period, and then the group of companions. According to their research and their understanding, they came to the conclusion that the meaning of this is the period of purity as opposed to the administration. The likewise such country this resulted in a major Imams disagree, based on the looking at looking at the evidence is like each group has tons of evidences, all from where, from what, from the Quran and Sunnah not from the Bible and the Torah, G, tons of evidences, the Hanafi school, for example, an

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Imam Malik Islam in his book, Imam, Abu Hanifa, according to his mother, and therefore, like 1520 evidences from the high yields and some are explicit about not to express in some all I can go, but this is what they understood that the word poodle means what? menstrual period so the woman's right, these humans will give it another shelter of Your Love, again, a great Imam, one of the Imams of his and he his conclusion is that it's total. And he has like 1015 evidences

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seriously, the more that you read these remittances, you'll be so convinced, yes, this is great. You read these evidences, this is critical. Now what's happening? Confused, this is not I have no respect. This is what I wanted these differences of opinion. Now, points here, brothers and sisters.

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You know, when I said that Allah wanted this is a hekman wisdom behind this.

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Knowing how I didn't ask Allah but you know how

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we believe every Muslim, you will believe ALLAH is what I am and

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he knows of the past who knows of the present knows of the future and there's no like past present future for Madison basic principle. No, no, everybody agrees on Allah is

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when Allah was revealed in this particular verse, and this is this word, this letter on the Messenger of Allah, so Allah and he was LM didn't Allah know that as soon as a few years will pass? There'll be a companion group of Sahaba and a group of so how are they going to have a disagreement and discussion? Whether it means menstrual period or the period of purity in Allah know that

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as a Christian, do you know that

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you really know that time will come after that a Shafi and Abu Hanifa they will disagree of course Yeah, I know that this students will disagree until we just discussing so Why did Allah deceive everybody the hassle and what just changed the guru and put it down with a tangle? Have you understood this?

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Why didn't allow them just save us the hassle you know, when Allah revealing the why he wants to make it easy, just save everyone with the hassle just put it down, whether it's menstrual period or the period of puberty, they can have to vague and vague as well searching word that can hold both meanings.

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This is a wisdom Allah did that for a reason that he wanted, that people would because why if you start discussing and researching what the word means you might come across another 50 inhabitants and you'll benefit

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that's the wisdom so that Muslims you know, they discuss and they write books and books and books and economic libraries and have madrasahs in your data rooms and you have you know, Institute's or you have markers that you have eyes and you have jammy art and this and that and you know people from all over the world study because if you go to them there's no like books to study whatsoever. There's no single factor so the fact is that you know, signs on its own such a beautiful, you know, deep silence. If there was no differences, everything black and white. Yes, yes, yes. Muslims, there's no disagreement. There's like nothing to study.

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You know, you don't cause to become an island or a shaper or whatever you want to become, because it's just so simple everything's black and white, but these we are sciences upon sciences upon sciences, just the science of Hadith itself is subdivided and categorized into like good 3040 sciences.

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Therefore, there was a need what is added say what is not happening here? What is hassle what is the aim for is fabricating, and there's just literally there's just so much there to learn and study, you can study for 20 3040 years and be like this too, is just a drop in an ocean

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just a drop in the ocean seriously, this this there's nowhere to enable a knowledge

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the size of an agenda with Diane decides I'm gonna smell orange on the sides of the sphere of evil for highly unusual hobbies, such as well who did this just goes on this is just one heavy topic. But GFS are known for geogrid heavy Quran itself has legs 20th Notice subcategories. And then you have Zulu, and then you have F and then you have, you know, opinion, and then you have Bulava, then you have facade hanya. You know, like, not when you have someone, you just have loads of Sciences. But anyway, the point being that Allah wanted this in Islam, we don't have the system of hierarchy. We have, they have two homes, they had a benefit. Listen to this carefully in

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Catholics, and in his other faiths, where they have the system of hierarchy was the one benefit, no disputes, but two major harms one home was what scholarly scholarly research thesis and number two, which really have the possibility of malpractice, the possibility of non worthy people getting the position of absolute authority. And this you can ask you in the candidates themselves, it has been in history, a few occasions that the woman who actually became the Pope was some sort of a mother or a mother or someone and by mistake, he became the removed. I can happen to scholars today. Yeah, human beings you can you might call the mom and my thing is your mom, but his writing really might

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not be really someone that you think and then you find out. So because we're not infallible, that can happen. But for them imagine where you can't We can't think of the Prophet and then His Prophet came turned out to be wrong, have you? No, no, he wasn't really. I can't happen to us. In them, they had his man practice. If a wrong person gets in the position of being a pope, that sets us is going to make Halal haram haram halal, and they can't disagree. Even if he disagrees what he's saying. If his position opinion goes completely in contradiction to the religious scripture, you can't disagree. You're saying? Yes, that's it. I know. We have to accept it. The Pope says okay, goes

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completely against what the Bible says, You go with what the Pope says or not with the Bible.

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Even if it's 100% disagreement, because like a new revelation, Allah has changed it.

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It's fine, that doesn't happen. So then the question comes in Islam, if you have major disputes, disagreements,

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if you have major disputes, the question is, okay, Hamdulillah, we don't have those two humps, we don't we have, we don't have the stopping or the season of scholarly research. And we don't have the harm of like, monopolies being created. Because there's no scholar, the new governor the day, you know, we're not putting you in a place where you can study

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not again, not.

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So there's no monopolies. So we have we are saved from two harms, and how do we know but the major 100 million dollar question that non Muslims always ask and I've been asked this question numerous times at universities across England, so many times, especially in the recent times, you know, when all these post 911 and all these ministration even like post seven, seven and the noses post that date for it under the rubric issue,

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right 22nd July

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especially in these times

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the question is who decides who speaks for the Muslims? They say look, you can have so many opinions, we asked you know, we asked each of us out or they say something else we go to Durban in India, this is something else we go to the gym or Islam in Medina and it's something else you ask a cerium scholars say some yoga Yemeni saying something else, that they will be saying something else. So they've been saying something else that but when we say something, the government is the one sometimes had on who should we ask what holidays? They have 600 million opinions what the definition of hilarious.

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Who should we ask who designs? Massive question? Can Muslims God have one single word like just everybody says one thing like, you know, the Pope says it and it's done. So don't you have an email?

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You know, in the US have they had they had a position called the Imam of Aqaba, like the big Imam. But again, you can disagree. It's not like the Pope. That's why recently, like 1520 years ago

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gave a fight about something about interest, which

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90% of the Muslim ummah disagreed with the old disagree with what he said, even though you had this great position of being the Imam and

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so we have we don't have this absolute authority

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in the slump

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okay here we

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even put it out.

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So we

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are saying we don't have this

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yet the question who decides? what the answer is? Who decides?

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The answer understand the answer you have to understand introduction.

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The introduction is that the rules of Islam that we have in front of us are of two types.

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The rules of Islam of how many times two times we have one category of the laws injunctions of Islam known as country here, or we call country, which means absolute 100%. No shadow of doubt in the meaning understanding the interpretation of those risks for those needs. But, or the singular is Katrine absolute. We have another category of laws injunctions from the Quran and Sunnah known as Burnley or Burnley, which means probable, probabilistic or probable it's not absolute.

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Ambiguous. The first one is non ambiguous. Now the answer is that

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in the first category of the year, the absolute laws of Islam who decides what answer

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you don't need anyone to decide why.

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There's no difference of opinion. Do you to agree disagree with jealousy? is haram in Islam enough? What's What's the ruling on jealousy?

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It's haram. What do you say?

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Haram? who disagreed here that jealousy is halal?

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Maybe dislike somebody sometimes sometimes you know if someone makes you just mess around with students

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Zina fornication anyone? What's the meaning of?

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Haram? Anyone think it's maybe

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a little bit different now that

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maybe hunger? Or maybe we'll notice a moment? What about backbiting robot stealing Rahman Roomba nine robot killing robot jealousy? What about God's opinion about others suspicion? Soobin that just shows suspecting investigating slandering, swearing, vulgar language, you know, all these things. There is no difference from

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jealousy and hatred and greed, none of dunya and many of these issues offering of salaam five times the current obligation, height obligation. These are

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basic laws of Islam. There's no disagreement, and hence we don't need anyone to

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we don't need anyone to,

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to answer because there's not a difference of opinion.

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I just put a little bit of acuity. We're talking about disagreement.

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I take care of a kid is born without empathy.

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He knows he's a Muslim, but he doesn't feel that, you know, I shouldn't use you know, see, I shouldn't you know, hurt people is born without him.

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But he's still a Muslim. But he disagrees. That's what I said. He doesn't mean

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he doesn't behave lawfully. This is the moment he can help.

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He doesn't deserve it. notice a difference?

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Not one thing that you do it and you want to do it you do will you commit to sin? Another is that what you believe it to be unlawful or lawful in Islam? There might be a Muslim who believes that stealing is unlawful but still stills and say yeah, this is haram Islam but I've seen that's what we're talking about. We're not talking about nobody commits fornication we're talking about there's no anyone listening who knows Islam will not say oh Allah have allowable meetings in a halal or lying or cheating or fraud these everyone knows that there

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is a difference. And that doesn't mean they won't do it. I mean, there's hundreds of people coming since and we all come in says cool Nobody I know. You know, I'm only two of us. Listen, are we talking about

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me when he says no. Can we can discuss it? So the point here I'm sure most people should have got this that we have a year which is basic absolute laws of Islam.

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All in which no company has disagreed no Sahaba disagree no Imams disagree note of your own disagreed. You don't need to you don't need someone to decide right everyone knows that in Islam you know stealing is haram. Okay, so you want you want there's no disagreement, we have the other category of laws that are known as what we call the yard then yard a probable

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problem. That's when the noes are not categorical. They are not clear. Okay, like

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the video you know some of the issues of Salah that how we how we

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pray excetera the country are the absolute ones like the prohibition I said backbiting haram, the prohibition of Zina. And also things like assuring salah, and the word could rely on from Allah and having a son and all of these things. And these are actually the points here. The majority of the laws of Islam are actually called three years absolute

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majority are only the exact percentage, but the majority of the laws of Islam 60 70% of the laws of Islam are what the categorical, the one with regarding those issues that there are no disagreements, I think really, yes, reading, you might think to yourself, well, it doesn't seem like that. Yes, it doesn't seem like that. Because why? Imagine 70% of the rules of Islam we all agree upon that we have so much to share and be you know, United upon, but the minority of 13 40% of the noise and percentage of lows in which there's differences of opinion, we make such a fuss and big deal and noise about those that it feels to everyone that Islam is all about disagreements.

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Because we don't like to tackle those 60 70% We don't like to have a seminar. Today we're going to learn how to offer Salah prayer, worship Allah with absolute concentration, who should devotion spirituality, and then it isn't the sooner we'll put we're going to just be very, very focused on how to worship Allah. You gotta think people have a seminar here. We're gonna talk about selfie selfie. Everyone come? Yes, let's go for the debate. Let's do some setup, you bashing and some Sufi bashing and wishing, bashing and grave worship bashing, going, going to your forum on the internet. Let's all talk about, you know, one day how to give people the benefit of the doubt. First of all,

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loving, abundant in love. Having good opinions of others, is from the worship of Allah. It's a major act of a burner. And Muslim only gives people the benefit of the doubt. So like, for example, you were just passing by masjid and there's five minutes left to offer prayer. And his brother just like passed by his console fast. Yeah, you could think this guy look, he doesn't pray Look at him. It's just asking why the masjid that's not what I believe it is. The Quran says I believe that. Maybe you know, he's just got a phone call that his mother's ID or something he has to run. Maybe you can find he excuses for your friend a Muslim brother or sister while he's just not praying Salah here, maybe

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he has to go to another Masjid because he has to meet someone there. He has to go to another Masjid because there's a class after that there's a helicopters. And maybe he just has to go home because you know, his wife's calling him and he's really scared because his wife's gonna shout to him didn't get honest with you. So he has to run here really fast or whatever. Give him the benefit of the doubt. This is what we call hospital man. The Quran says each journey will Kathira marathon in your Battleborn is more likely just as well.

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These are the major majority of the laws of Islam but we don't talk about these issues. We like to have an argument about whether you should you know when you pray Salah like between your finger like this like this or like this or like that. You know like I've said this many times with you brother next to the Quran says have who sure in your Salah when you criticize us so much devoted in your prayer that you don't even know what's going on. You don't even know where you are. You're concentrating you are undamaged Allah Hunka Nica Allahu Baliem different around Europe. This is a Hadith you worship Allah as though you are seeing him in front of Allah you're worshiping you're

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when you're here. This is sunnah This isn't another problem. You don't you're worshiping God and you're just like so devoted you don't know who said that the Sufis next few or hobbies next to you. You don't know what that this one's I was praying that I mentioned the story a lot of times once I was praying and I was sitting near the finger when you sit in the shovel and make a motion to enter Mohammed and adore so so when you hear the way you raise your finger and ridden in such different ways of doing it, the messenger SallAllahu wasallam today in different ways, and all of them are part of Southern Oregon. But anyway, that brother next to me

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was a fender

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We had some fender on Thursday in England, it was one of the worst in recent times. Seriously, extreme What does demonstrate so

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it's better to talk about whether the rather than fight about whether your fingers should be like this or you're honest

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So this person next to him now the way he printed and raised his finger was different from mine he was like wiggling it because all the follow certain some people and you know, the money keys and others you know, you can just go like this no problem person the way I do it is I shall do and in Allah and Muhammad Abdullah no problem. But anyway, he's pretty nice to me and he's looking at my finger and then I was praying he's gonna

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show me me

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you know, like, I'm thinking of the Hadith saying worship Allah as though you are seeing Allah this guy's worshipping Allah is what you might think that's what he's doing. There's no pushing for women more engrossed about his issues. Therefore, the answer to that question be the lineage, you know, look at the look at the Hadith. You know, Sahil Buhari, and his books that he must share with me the message to match and these are not just about hands here, here roughly a day on the loving side. There are chapters you don't retain the Buhari towards the end. There's what we call a waffle either above or below the masala rights of the parents rights if your children rights if your brother's

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rights if your sisters your spouse's about your neighbors and Bill was set up as like a doll of Salam and greeting 1000s of Hadith. We didn't read those.

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And so, my point being was that the majority of the rules of Islam are was

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agreed upon, but we make a fuss about, about what the rules that are minority in the minority, because we like controversies we are slowly called sensationalist. So we like we like all these controversies. So we have a reason to believe in country are the absolute laws of Islam. You don't need anyone to work. You don't need anyone to

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physically, spiritually mentally or even me, you don't need anyone to watch. Make the decision because there's no difference of opinion in the law the earth in the probable in the non decisive knows the answer about the non decisive loads is what

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the non decisive loads we said, look, who decides for the Muslims in the Patreon project, we say

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nobody needs to decide because the old agreed upon in the the probable in the non decisive loads of Islam, who decides we don't need anyone to decide because Allah wants to disagree.

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Allah wants to disagreement, we don't need anyone to decide, because this panel is part and parcel of our deep disagreement. Diversity is part of coastline and diverse because they contain the rainbow that diversity is part and parcel of the features of D and Islam.

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And this is why going back to what I was saying, and I'm going to end with these viewpoints that

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are coming in.

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It's part and parcel of D if diversity is part of our D what is wrong is enough, you know, in our office is different between data. And data is this agreement is agreeing with respect.

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Clean disagreement from the heart, this unity, hatred, enmity. That's why I say you do not do what he

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said. He said a healer who shall rune Gulu is Philip is evil all of it. Someone

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you know a good handle on the long run. Have you we just heard about him happened in the previous session. Someone came to Dyneema Armand Hammer Rahim Allah, you know, there was a person who wrote a book. Someone wrote a book book with differences of opinion.

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You know what the mama had said to him, he said, don't call it natural to me.

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Don't call it the book of difference of opinion calling Kitab was sad book in which there is vastness. This openness is brutalism, open heartedness. Because this is what this deen is about. Imam Malik used to say in an orderly, rational tominaga he died on the differences of the scholars is a right by the mercy of God of Allah upon this ummah, is what Imam Malik. Me I used to say. And this happened in the sense that I'm the companions. Why didn't you happen read books on this topic? There's not a time for me to discuss even within the time of the Sahaba I even wanted to examine the time Sahaba there are apparently contradictory Hadith apparently remember the word apparently,

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there's new worsening numerous texts that apparently seem contradictory. And this is where the spoilers tend to spend time and hours and weeks and months and years. And groups of them individually and collectively not call us today. I'm talking about the first second third fourth century, the self the earliest gods. They debated and discussed and researched and came to conclusion and nobody is still 100% 100% ruling we'll only find our way in the Chicagoland area. Okay, so remember that

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Despite nobody says the Hanafy opinion, everything 100% for the shelf free butter is 100% Correct. Or the morality or the Hanbury or whoever

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was opinion on Weibo claims opinion, or imambargah is opinion or SOFIA Moreno Rosa anyways, hi. There's no 100% assurance on what they believe this moment in department on the next slide. Yes, we understand you take a particular position based on your understanding of certain scholars that you think most likely isn't the most correct opinion of the button that Allah knows best Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah knows best. And this happened from the time when the Sahaba because they were apparently contradict chanting, look, why wouldn't you happen? You might think, Is this Islam is all confusing. No, no, no. Because there are different instances like you and the sahaba. Like, for

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example, the messenger so Allah, Allah says set, one person comes and asks him, he said something, another person came and asked him afterwards, and he changed early answer. Some campaigns are sitting with the first answer. They were not there with the second one, they will not relate in a different way they will go on religion in different way. One companion, the messenger SallAllahu sallam said something later on, he gave another rule, the abrogated cancel the law, the companion, so have you heard and witnessed and was present in the first command was not present in the second one, he's narrating it differently. He's narrating it differently. They're students generated

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differently anytime zone that we have numerous differences. There's books, there's a book man has brought

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him up with that book, you see that you see like examples in terms of why they were in the Hadith. There are examples like I'll tell you, this could be one example we wanted to example.

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There's a hadith in the Muslim, there's a heavy companion. On the left. It says, We will start with the Messenger of Allah audio said, A man came, a young man came so your solo will have been with him, Can I kiss my wife once I passed, but he was just newly married so that he wanted to kiss his wife, which is also synonymous with some of our lives. By no

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means watch a fasting in the states of Ramadan. Because sisters, if you want to get married, just wait, you can murder for the mother.

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So you said you can't be conscious.

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After a while under the mannequin, the chef can champion means an old man is slightly older. He said Young Shula kiss my wife, even old people just by the way, you might think well you can make this my wife when I first

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you said no, I said yes.

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Imagine two different rules.

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Some companions were there when the first response was given, they actually went away. They didn't hear the second one. And they according to them, they narrated Hadith to the hundreds of 1000s of students that we raise we heard from the messengers of Allah when he was sending who says that you cannot kiss once you're fasting otherwise your verse is invalidated from their their students that their own and their students and their students and the Imams that just carries on. Because they were not there, some only came, they came late and they have just the second one. So now they are giving a completely opposite picture to the story. And similar they were present in both, they

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understood and then they asked the messengers of Allah when he was sent them. They said, You know, those of us who are present in the first time and the second time we sit down for Allah almost a year of Allah what's happening said in the shaping of liquid f7 Old man has control themselves we're going to jump over his wife who is not going to get into something which will mean validate the facts, which means what that if you can show this out, then you can kiss if not the No. So this is there's numerous examples the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave different rules, different answers to different questions to different people. Someone asked overseer what are what is the best

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course of action? He said giroir At day seven your parents someone else asked him he said to Jehovah someone else asked him he said a salad or someone else asked him he gave them different answers based on who was asking what time the need of the time. Now this difference of opinion you have numerous there's two headings conflicting. In one Hadith the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was with a group of companions was traveling, yet was traveling. A man fasted and he was sweating so hot, Rajan called

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in India became unconscious. The messenger SallAllahu Sallam asked, he said, what's what's happened in that corner? Why is everybody crowded? I said, there's a person who fasted if you know and he can't take it is really fast. It's become unconscious.

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Really? Who told him to fast was his traveling? Lady salmonella bearberry. A CMV sufferer. Fasting was you traveling is not part of the righteousness lay Samuel business suffer. Okay. Now this was a ruling given by the messengers of Allah and he said

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there's a hadith Buhari Hamza bin Ahmed, an estimator of the Aloha annual he says we are also alone, assuming they suffer. Can I fast one side shuffle saheeli Buhari used to faster watch this

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companion messengers are well any substantive in person when shipped adopted if you want to fast fast if you don't want to fast up to your choice, which honey both are strong ideals, both are absolutely rigorous they will take authenticated Hadith

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do we take this one do we take this one?

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Doesn't mean this is just a video series to run there's like hundreds of 1000s and we issued you can have two opinions. Imola tell me the right Oh ALLAH what do you have? You have to be the one of the major books. Have you heard of that book? Who's had a Sony TV?

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One of the six was renting books.

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You know what he doesn't have this email. Every issue he brings to chapters 141 against one Hadith, the opposite. He just brings it he says verbal and Boto coin Babu figurine and nephew and embody a call or rule scientific value argument. First chapter the prohibition of the man standing up and urinating next chapter chapter in the rooster concession given in standing up a new religion chapter raising hands in prayer next chapter not raising concern prayer chapter Amin loved him. Next chapter Amin silently every chapter one Hadith, what are the opposing and after he mentioned separate Hadith he says this hadith has been acted upon by this this Imam, the next chapter, this hadith has been

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acted upon by this this issue.

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Every issue has to two chapters.

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This happens in the time of the Sahaba or the Allah. This happened in the time of the great Imams. Okay, so this is this is the reason why so I'm going to conclude with this that look, we need to we need to really,

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in this day and age, we need to focus on what's really important in the we really need to try to bring about

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some sort of harmony and respect, diversity, unity through diversity, you know, be careful, unity is to diversity and this is what is warranted and this is what is needed and requirements. Now, we are not changing. We are not saying that everyone should change the position. You're not saying I'm not saying for one moment that you start saying everyone's correct in every group know what you believe, as you've understood as a group of following Imams and scholars, you stay and stick to that when you respect other people at least deal with it as they are as though they are what human beings at least at least you are treat them as human beings first and foremost. Then we treat them as animals

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sometimes sometimes we treat non Muslims better than even Muslims. You know you're going to invest in a you see like a brother, these guys Salafi kindness is allowed for him. Just because you saw him how he prayed was a Sufi and you go outside and meet a nice sister there. You know, how you unless the things happening? Okay, yeah, what's happening you go into the bank or you've gone into this market or the stall or whatever. And it's like, you know, there's a nice law Mr. Negi there, and the brothers banker in the ministry, he couldn't say salaam to his fellow Muslim Brothers, because you know, they prayed a different way. And in the shopping mall, or the market is like smiling with all

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that honest existence.

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Where's the sense compare? Kind of is this alarm Tuesday, the moment you see a Muslim is from this group. She's from that group. Maybe a Sufi, maybe a Salafi, maybe there's just a big problem. And this is my message to all of you like this is very important. Seriously, if you want prosperity, or if you want success, you want positive, positive, you know, impact of Islam, on the non Muslims, by yourselves in your communities in your family, then you have to learn to agree to disagree and bring some sort of etiquette, some sort of magic in your life. I'm not saying that when people start changing what they believe in. But what I am saying is that we need to learn,

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we need to bring about this aspect of agreeing to disagree. We need to learn to agree to disagree, not be too harsh on fellow Muslims, you know about differences of the the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not even harsh on non Muslims. So where does that even give us any sort of justification for being harsh, but other Muslims who might practice or pray or fast or do things in a different way, and this is also in the time of the Sahaba of the Allah or animal. This is what we saw in the time of the tab your own or the alarm. This is what we saw in the time of development are very this is all the time, time all that humans have this moment. And this is what we say this is

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what Quran is saying. Well, there really hasn't been Arabica be Hekmati will know that it has an invite towards your loan with wisdom with Hikmah with good preaching, one of the greatest features and one of the greatest problems how long do I have

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approximately approximately nothing.

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That's a really good answer. Okay, what I'm going to end with is one of the most one of the greatest trials of this time of this current era is the great fiction of that fear. A lot of fear is like, we don't think like we just like wake up almost sleep. It's so easy to call people comfort.

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People that you learned, it was so fearful, they would die would not call someone a coffee. The messenger SallAllahu sallam said, man, God, the Rafi Oh my God and he saw a Be careful. Thought had better be

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anyone who calls a fellow Muslim, a golfer a non believer. If he isn't reading, then fine, if not is going to return to is one of the greatest sins that fear that fear is considering calling terming others regarding other Muslims as non believers, one of the greatest sins, the owner of a principle agreed upon if anyone say something, or if anyone does something in which there might be a doubt of gopher, if there are 99 ways of interpreting his statement or his action, always doing 99 ways of saying that it's golfer, there's one possibility of iman you still call that person a Muslim?

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Even if there's one point you can interpret it in one way, maybe he meant it like this, maybe he meant it like that. Someone said something maybe he or she meant it like this, maybe she was trying to say this, you know, and this is why was one of the definition of covered in Colonel Mulrooney, Marina Dini did delora this is the definition. You know the famous principle. What's the definition of Cooper? In room ma Oliva Mina Dini with Manu Raju?

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What does that mean? And you want to translate that in rejecting Mercury meme in a DD van which is known to be of religion myth, no, no.

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By necessity is obvious. When can we child we believe in Jana Jana Quran God or destiny angels, Allah rasool Allah painted things and you want who clearly rejects that? That's what that's the definition agreed upon definition of someone who rejects these things. And number two, is that his rejection is also known in a categorical way. In a bad mood away, you know, but we were in a categorical way. If you have one daughter of a doubt you go, and you ask them, Are you telling me 100%? Right, tell me 10 times are you really, really do really, really, really, really, really, really? This? I should make you? Maybe you're right, maybe you try to say this, we will lose lives?

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You know, why do you want to just send everyone to the hellfire and take your go gender paradise yourself? You're gonna get booed there. How can you have the Euro Championship tournament? Because you're gonna have enough players to play?

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Who's gonna be born in gender bias? Are we gonna do you and your few, you know, five, five of you that were just pulling over your government, we must Muslims are the only people that actually decrease you know, you as Christians, that anyone who sounds like a Christian, they'll say, yeah, he's Christian. Now, we're the most followed religion, anyone who sounds like you know, the proud Muslim, but we want to go, the more good you go away from or the less we are in a way to just chosen people, you know, we're the only ones that have open hearts. You know, we want more people to go gender and seriously a lot of these issues. And again, when people really disagree, do people really

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do from the heart you know, be the first thing when you disagree with someone. If anyone argues one of the master of D if he has not spent 10 nights crying to Allah to two hours into hygiene, if you really feel this is Hikmah This is wisdom. This is good preaching. You feel that you have had almost a sister she has not understood the property because she is not praying Salah offering Salah in a way you think is according to the Sunnah all day your fellow Muslim brother is like you know following something that you don't agree with. What do you do first? You go home after Isha two hours bed and cry shed tears oh yeah my brother I really want you know, I think he's misunderstood

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this you know, I want him cry for two hours back to Allah to give you that crime and then in a genuine way. I think you need to do something that might be shake. I show me I really want you to I want you have love for the person.

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Worship for that sake. Come on. Yeah, you know, these are all great worship crane back to Allah. Who starts with me begging Allah. Does anyone ever do that?

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If he was genuine, alasa sincerity from the heart of people wanting to become good, righteous, pious Muslims and you really had the heart that he was for the sake of Allah. You will follow the Sunnah of the messenger is always 10 nights or at least two three nights veg toma cry, make dua and then next day in premacy new familia new table

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All the information on Dragonball Z was gonna say take the person to you know for dinner or something and then just you know genuinely see maybe I don't know this thing I think just check it out. Let's let's look in but I think this is the better way this might be some shooting this would be the way you pray might be wrong. Or for example you need to make a follow up like this is someone who doesn't do that this is a better way but look, you're still my brother, you can come at each other out, you can stay on my house by house, you know, you can have food and a tea and coffee you can have whatever you want. Not a problem, we are still brothers, we will still embrace each other.

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You don't hate people because they follow a different mother. So these are very, very important and these things we really need to be willing to sort of bring going back to the Hadith in the beginning the central obligation of demons what Wolfer and what made over the last one with a height of

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a believers in a bowl of love the one who doesn't love others doesn't show respect and have love and mercy and kindness in the harsh messengers of Allah and Islam says the Hydra is no good in that person who does not love others and subsequently others don't love him in the end the rest mela gracias por favor I'm gonna bring about some kind of change, positive change. And we all of us to feel and leaders understand that

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we have a story to act upon was one of the things I said if I said anything wrong. That is from me if it's something good that was from UCLA, and I will link to this recording on the west of the law was something that was said in 101 anisakis ceremony