Munir Ahmed – Session 27 The Scope for Innovation

Munir Ahmed
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humbly lead on Bill Alameen

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salatu salam

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Somalia, hospital Allah,

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praise which will Allah

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praise Him we seek His help, forgiveness and guidance.

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We send peace and press on his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa Salam is the blessing.

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Well, that's Allah and you're feeling Lumina will copy the undersea attina Ness Allahu bellmunt Nafi what is called wasI Balintawak Kuma illegal mercy Holla Holla Holla Quwata in

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vain we've got Allah subhanaw taala to give us our sins

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to accept from us to give us useful understanding and knowledge beneficial, wide sustenance are utterly dependent on Allah and to him as I go a

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bit quiet today. The Bonfire is

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one of the topics for today anyway. Yeah, remember last time it was up here. I left you post your question as we were talking about at least number five. That number we put in is Arbaeen. From omble McMullin. Eyeshadow.

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palette color. So why sallallahu alayhi wa salam and not happy ending?

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At least I mean, who Fabula rod? Rob, Ohio Muslim worldview. We work with Muslim Asian men and women what we mean I can go on holiday sort of lifestyle. Allahu alayhi salam. When amela Amata Lisa Ali Fabu.

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Whoever innovates matter brings something new in this matter of hours prophesized Salam said in this religion, which is not from it will have it rejected or whoever

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does an action which is least highly Ambrosiana which our order our religion is not on, we'll have it rejected. We started talking about this, we said

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such a profound relief.

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Some Allama Imam poofy was on them saying this is half of knowledge. Because it's all to do with

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three solve one aspect of everything that's accepted, and then everything that's rejected, which is the other half of the the head and tails of the same coin, in that sense, half of religion but we talked last time about

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the Hadith itself and

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where it really fits in I mentioned a few times to you that this idea of big innovation is really to do with two aspects of the deen and that is Akita and a bell that

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some may say Well isn't the whole of religion a burner because Allah subhanaw taala said in the Quran

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madonn I have not created human and Jin except the balloon to worship me as Allah subhanaw taala says so this is bad. Allah saying that's what he's created for us forget mudgin were concerned about ourselves a human being for worshipping Allah smart Allah. So is it the whole of life now?

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Actually, Ibadah in that sense in the area has a wider meaning. Otherwise, we'd have to be just praying and fasting constantly all the time, if that's all we've been created for. So we understand from that and everybody understood from that from the Prophet SAW slim Sahaba and all the the people who came after that we weren't meant meant to starting from the example par excellence, which is Rasul Allah Salam who is an example he didn't sit down the mosque and pray and fast already. We know that clearly from his life.

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That's why the understanding why was he not doing EBA Allah He was throughout his whole life.

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So clearly that meaning is wider. And that's when we say innovation in a bad that we mean ritual worship, Allah came to that conclusion, not just willy nilly plucked out the air, but on the basis of

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clear evidences.

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And there was some overlap in that regard. But

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I said to you, the situation is

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that for all of our life as believers, once we believe, for how we live our life, we go back to the Quran and Sunnah. That is our source Quran, an authentic salah, authentically, in other words, those are reference points are on being the ultimate Of course.

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Now, when we look at those, however, we find that

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there are two things in that regard

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which only come from Gron Hadith.

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They are not dunya way that somehow we in our life in our existence, let me explain.

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Allah Subhana Allah also says in the Quran to indicate that idea.

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He says was Saqqara.

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lako Murthy sama want to fill out the Jimmy Minho

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was Sahara and he subjugated everything in the heavens and earth heavens and the earth for you?

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He subjugated for himself. In other words, everything that happens on Earth is given for the human beings

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as if as well about Allah mentioned

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that the Holika

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Holika fill out the Jamia kala kala Kuma fell under Jamia as the sort of baccarat that he creates it for you math, everything in the earth for you is for you. In other words, and you see that actually when Islam came when revelation came for prophesied, some people were living their lives already.

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And when revelation came, the Prophet SAW Islam and those who embraced Islam didn't put their life on hold, stop doing everything until they get revelation that they

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know they didn't because life everything in life was allowed except if Islam came to forbid it or take it to a different level of obligation and encourage it that's why the prophesy Islam in his famous Hadith he says in the mobile Israel, legal term Mima Makari Mala flock, I have only been raised and sent to complete and perfect good conduct and morals. Perfect. Perfect doesn't mean start them.

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Complete doesn't mean that he's starting them. It means that the good morals are already there. In that Phaedra human beings have good and bad on that. So people are living their lives so the promises some came to perfect and make the best of that. Okay. So life was going on and it carried on going on

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the life of believers got adjusted here and there most of what they were doing, was it haram or halal? Would you think Hello, hello. That's why Allah ma of jurisprudence, they have a ruling called Al is the tub is this hub from Sahib or saccade, Sahiba or Sahaba, that which accompanies you saw him as your companion, as far as hard demand as a evidence is that everything is allowed from things except that which is limited. So you carry on until some revelation comes and says right, you're not allowed to have this.

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Right? You're not allowed to have it. Otherwise it's allowed. And that is a fundamental principle in everything we do in life. However,

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when it came to believe.

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When revelation came, it absolutely destroyed all superstitions and ideas, whether about God, or whether by hereafter or absence of hereafter, or whether people have weird ideas of it.

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of superstitions of the birds flying in a particular direction to the left all that means is a bad omen to the right means a good omen, whether it's worshipping statues, it nullified all of it and give a fresh and clean start only from Allah we know, because Aqeedah Eman, if you think about it, why can't we not make it up? Because it's all to do with animals.

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It's all to do with

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that's what Akita is, it will have a meaning knowledge, that which is hidden from a human being. Science can't discover it. Therefore, science cannot give you a reasonable meaning. Science is about observation and discovers the laws and marvels at the laws and the precision in the universe and the human being and in the world. And we made that to be God. But actually, those are sons of God.

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Science only discovers what Allah has put there

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yet, because science is the observation doesn't go into why does the tree grow? Why is a seed sprout? Because rain falls and soils? Science can't give you that answer. If you carry on Carry on, carry on at the end, they can't tell you why.

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Who made it like that? Who put the laws that tell you that?

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So well, in regards to a belief when we come to

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in life, we can't observe it.

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To believe in God.

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And when we say I should have a leg lighter than the Muhammad Rasul Allah, and under that come to six principles and fundamentalists who believe in the six principles of Eman which are very thin.

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Allah, that was a luxury.

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I'm joking, next.

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Don't see well, it's all of it. So I'm trying to say what are the six principles? Believe in Allah?

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Angels, books, prophets, as all

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y'all will offer other fate? Six. All of these are hidden in the middle of a how Allah Mulvane you and I cannot see a lot to say is that

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angels hidden? We don't see them. We believe in them. Yeah. Prophets. Now you may think, Oh, no profits, no hidden people saw them. Yeah, it's true. People saw the human being. But when the Prophet when the human being says, I am a messenger of God.

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I receive revelation. That's what makes them a messenger of God. That aspect is the crucial aspect and that is hidden.

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We believe with we don't see Revelation streaming down, like you maybe can do in a Hollywood movie or a Bollywood movie, you know, light coming down, nobody saw that.

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To believe the man the truthful person who said I am the messenger of God. So for him becoming a messenger turning from a human to a messenger, we can see the human but the messenger aspect is hidden. The movie

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Kitab Koto, books, Quran I can take, can you say, Well, I can see it. I can see a book or you can hear it's recitation. But the book claims it is the word of God that's where the hidden beta is

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it's a movie if you just believe it as a book that's not believe you believe it to be the word of God now he still will have a okay Same with the Omen off of last day we can't see what's going to happen after death and when the whole the everything's destroyed and resurrection and everything all in the knowledge and other hidden even further fate is Allah's knowledge and power we don't we can never fully understand it we've given elements of it all hidden knowledge. That's why because it's hidden How can you and I now in this issue make up something new? Well, I don't believe in six I believe in 700 Really? Where's switch seven whatever you go

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no, come with it. Where do you get it from? I had a dream.

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Yeah, in the dream, the Prophet told me that we should believe in Yeah, so and so. Yeah. Who lives over there? I had in a dream that he's a saint is sinless completely.

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So we must believe that as part of the rubbish we're gonna run

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because there's no revelation after

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anybody who claims that he's a liar from the false the gels from the liars, who claim that they have revelation. Yeah. Or somebody comes and says in the Indian subcontinent that his name is Maritza Balaam. His mother was some somebody called Bibi, that he is the incarnate he's a Salah Islam come back, and he's getting the revelation as well like the Quran.

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Yeah. And when they said, Well, your mother's don't call Miriam. He said, I am Mariam. reborn in myself, and Isa, Cameron Cochran, both story basically came out with just to try and cover that issue. And we didn't accept that.

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If the Quran has said Mr. Milan is going to come from India and he's going to be a Salah Islam reincarnate with accepting our prophesy some sending authentically. But they said contrary to what he's saying,

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there's our guide, we can't we reject.

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We reject.

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Nobody can make up things in regards to these articles of faith. The list and it's detailed, we have some details in it as well. We don't just have believing this somebody we know something about angels. We know something about the books, we know something about prophethood we know something about Allah, all of what we know, is not from here.

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It's not from here. So not just a list, everything we know about it. That's why I agree that is that which is only

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we learned from the Quran from direct clear evidences and from authenticated sunnah from the sayings of the Prophet sallahu wa salam clearly, that is called Aqeedah in a P that is not based on each the herd or legal reasoning of scholars, there is no fickle Agreda except understanding it. Now we never fully understand that we accept. So in a creda scholars are not debating about, you know, things which have been established clearly in the Quran. There's no room for interpretation.

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If Allah says in the Quran that he created angels with pairs of wings, you know, nobody can come and say now well, not really. They don't have wings. I'm not saying

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yes, we accept. So this is hidden. So that's one aspect

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which is only one revelation comes down.

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So this summer, we are

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so big if it's going to occur, this is the greatest area where we Dockers.

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Most big as the DISA these are on about a talking about this field.

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Because only revelation clarifies his field, nothing else.

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Nothing else. Second,

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he Baghdad. Now we're talking about ritual worship, which Allah subhanho wa Taala is the only one who prescribes with his messenger Quran and Sunnah again.

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How many what are they and how to perform them son Luca ma right morning assembly chemical Rasulullah saw some prayers you see me pray. And as he comes back from the Mirage he says that five daily prayers for the Allahu Aleikum comes to Salawat

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hands to Salah many, many, many Hadith Quran doesn't as I told you earlier on ground doesn't clarify the five

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but multiple multiple Hadith and the whole Ummah afterwards from the Sahaba time from the Prophets time onward.

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Clear about so much evidence itself five daily prayers, nobody can reduce them, and nobody can increase them. It is bigger to increase the five to make it even six somebody saying or nowadays, people are much worse as I said last time, terrible time we need to pray six times a day six is better than five isn't it? Six sounds better than five? Why don't we make it six?

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Yeah, can they? That's better. Did Allah and messenger not know that six is better than five? Actually Allah said 50.

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But Allah changed the 50 and set what didn't change the law. He said, to make it easy through suicide five for 50. The reward for 50 as though you've done 50, so each one is 10 times the reward already. Thus, that's excluding the extra reward of doing it in Java, which is 27 or 25 times or award times 10. Now look up access to 250 plus times a reward and each prep

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Subhan Allah Subhan Allah, many of us don't appreciate that nobody can change that nobody can add an extra,

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nobody can add anything extra to it. So either that or that which only happen from Allah, Allah and His Messenger have clarified how that can be done. They are fasting in the month of Ramadan, nobody can change that to a different month. Nobody can make other fasts obligatory when they are not

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on the first of the month of Ramadan is obligatory.

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And actually, actually, the way of the Sharia, Allah subhanaw taala has always been to make things easy. That's why he made 15 to five to ease for the people. So if somebody's going to add something to it, they're going to make difficulty for people and Allah is not a made those things obligatory in a bear that keeping in mind the whole of create the whole human being race, not just from that time, but from time to come. So Allah established five, five, Allah who is not limited by time, knowing that five is not too much for people from the past, and people who are going to come in the future from us as well, it will never be too much for them.

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It doesn't need to be increased, but it cannot be reduced either.

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Yeah, cannot be reduced, because that will be a bit that as well. That will be a bit as well.

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So that's in EBA, that and then if you look at the rest of life to do with

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financial transactions, business, buying and selling married, divorce,

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foods, and eating and drinking, and culture, kind of dress, colors of dress styles of dress, yeah.

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All those things have been left to the people. Unless revelation can to adjust things to make it fair. And to stop, for example, river to stop hammer drinking, to stop consider eating or dead meat and eating blood. Those are the those are the tiny little list of things that were stopped, everything else was allowed. Yeah.

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so that's how that comes in. Because now when we look at those things,

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things in life, all I

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needed to use certain is it hard now to understand new situations in daily life, new things and new situations and new cultures, new ideas, new inventions, life changes. And always willing always has. Now we have a mobile phone, for example, you go back 30 or 40 years and you will amount that time will pass them they can imagine what we're talking about

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the Quran on the phone

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is this most half now and they had rulings about what he could touch the Quran if you're in, if you're not in modo, etc, etc. Now, the foreigners come you can turn it off and he's not going on anymore.

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On the same mobile phone, you can be watching something else a video that he can change and you can listen to the car and look at it read the Quran on it. So now, scholars who know this situation, those who didn't know it in the past, they couldn't give you a ruling on it. The ones who are there 5060 years ago, they can't imagine they don't know what you're talking about.

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So newera situation always arise. And because of that Allah ma use HDR. Now they would use things like chaos, where they could find a link of this led to you with in the text which links with something similar movie level in the present situation, and then they make a link and take the ruling from that text ruling of the new thing. If they don't find that then they have more whiteness of how to do something new because there's nothing clear in the Quran direct nothing in the Sunnah and nothing you can link it to. So now to deal with it in look using the principles of Islam of harm and good dunya we and hereafter so scholars now try and balance masala and Masada. So it's all legal

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reasoning and it's too hard again. Yeah, that's why difference opinion because one scholar sees more benefit in this new thing and less harm the other one sees more harm and less. So now they're the reason and argue with each other and come with conclusions. Come on.

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With conclusions, so they still link back indirectly. But here you see the room in everyday life in these things than they have on earth. They say Alama off, which is culture, or Sahai, or facet, or generally is the culture of the people. So Britain has its own culture. Europe has its own culture. Chinese have their own culture. Yeah. Islam didn't come to destroy cultures, Islam, the flavor of those cultures. Islam brought his principles to them, but they carried on with their cultures and their language. Didn't know. Yeah, so in culture, however, how is it judge generally is fine, they say facet rejected culture. If there's anything in the culture which goes against the principles

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which are established in Islam, if the culture is a drinking culture, boozing, and sleeping around,

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we don't accept that culture. True.

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But it's the culture has other things which have nothing direct from Quran and Hadith, because those two things have things direct from the Quran, leave thinking Hummer and Xena they know if they were nothing there in brown and Latif, they will be accepted culture.

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Okay, there will be accepted culture. So in culture, and people celebrate the coming of spring, for example, well known in Turkish Mongolian other cultures for centuries, spring the new season arrives, so they'll do some kind of celebration of a party. They don't link it with religion. There's nothing in the Quran sunnah, which says, You cannot celebrate the coming spring. Is it allowed? Or is it better? This is the question. No be that here. They just culture. They're not saying as long as they're not saying this is a special religious occasion, we have to do a special prayer in the morning like eat bread, you understand the difference?

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This culture

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in a similar way, people celebrating the

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the anniversary wedding anniversary.

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This just culture, nothing to do with religion that didn't make a religious then or saying I'm gonna have to fast this day I'll make an extra prayer. Because it's anniversary day. Some people saw a big birthday exactly the same. You know how sticky this point is so many people going around, especially from certain parts of the Middle Eastern world and certain scholars

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who've gone on about this and made it into a big thing or be that be that they're celebrating birthdays, but a bit was the evidence for it. They're not saying it's religious. Okay, it's not linked with Aqeedah. Yeah, it's not we're not believing in something new is not linked with the bad in everyday life and culture, what people are doing, as long as they don't do anything haram in it. Yeah, that's what issue is. So it's left to people's culture, some celebrated Some don't celebrate it, some ignore it.

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It's just part of the culture. And that's the best way to see therefore, behind these areas is very difficult to pick on something and say this is better, we say a culture which is rejected because we have direct evidence and culture which is going back to the original principle is this hub, everything is allowed in culture and society in everyday life, unless evidence comes to permit it.

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No, any bad dad when I said that, so in other words, what they what they're looking for the difference between a bad and a p that the Allah mercy is that with things in everyday life, you find an ALA, ALA, in Mamilla in everyday life, in transactions, married, divorce, eating, drinking and doing things even in the texts, they look for a law which is worse the reason why this has been forbidden. What's the reason for forbidding Hubbard sometimes you find the reason in the texts. Other times they use this too hard and come to a conclusion. That's the reason why it's forbidden. So is that thing that reason is present in something else? We use the same rule but any Baghdad

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That's why Allah Ma said Lucky us believer that

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there is no reasoning of finding we don't know the absolute reason why five daily prayers why have we been ordered to pray five times a day?

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Why this particular way?

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We don't know for sure we can come to conclusions and ideas yet you know, there's good in it. And there's some reasons being given that we don't know absolutely. Why did Allah make a six seven? Why was it for the cause for Lord? Why was it free for lovely? Yeah, people are

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That's why he said that this Allah said so

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you don't try and come to the conclusion like with theft Well, feeling is punished because thieving causes this and that for why for fatherhood, I don't know a whole lot of Oh Then did you see the difference?

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Because it's absolute there's there's no there's no allowance for the jurist to reason and try and work out and therefore therefore apply to new situations. You cannot take something any bad that apply to new situation, a bar that will stay as they are, they were revealed for the rest of time for Leonel piano. Yeah, nobody will be able to change the format of salah. Yeah, nobody will come in the future and say, right, I can stand praying like that now. new way of praying because I can do exercise at the same time. Okay.

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Cycle Janaza. Well, we don't get enough movement in it. Do we just standing? Why don't we now start because people are getting obese, maybe we should start doing a bit of up and down as well might be more useful. Nobody can say that. Never. Okay, the can't change its format. And

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and the fact that it is there as an obligation.

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and I've already clarified a key that for you why it is dependent. So we we call this now, I left with you a question last time, therefore, when Omar been hooked up around the law

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established something new.

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And that was Tarawih prayer in GEMA. After slot Leisha and I said, Why is it this is any bad that he came with something new in Cuba and it's accepted why the people and Sahaba were they're not rejected and the almost accepted it as well. Before I come to that, you see any bad that even when people try to add something to a bad debt, or trying to be excessively bad that they were told up told off by the prophets, Allah Salam because some people got the idea that you bad that means hardship difficulty, right. So he's mentioned for example, a man was found.

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Standing in the sunshine, the heat

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right, so it looks offering promises or was this said he's made a vow to stand up all the time not to sit down and to stand the sunshine, the burning heat and to fast progress, Isilon said, tell him to sit down and go and sit in the shade and complete his first

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Allah doesn't need this.

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This is not from the same woman said he's going to

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make the Hajj she's gonna walk from Medina to Mecca. Not go by camel or horse, you're gonna walk and she's gonna take off him out and go in the burning hot sun. So she's suffering badly with it. Yeah.

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So the prophesies on Saturday, again, tell her to put a female back on and ride on it. A camel ride on an animal to go and she doesn't she doesn't need to do this. Allah is not needed this.

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Another Hadith Omar Minaya says, Prophesy some came upon me once a woman was sitting next to me, probably someone who's this who's sitting next to you, she said, Oh my God, what money and I felt that I belong I had said it sounds so she's well known for lots of prayers at night. She never sleeps at night.

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Because I sort of said Tell her yeah, he's saying it that Allah has only ordained that which you're able to do

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that what you're able to do

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it was she'd been excessive. She needs to sleep.

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And then he said also no in Hola, hola, Yamaha, Tama, Lo, Allah will not grow weary and tired of your eBay data excessive about that. But you will grow weary and tired, weary and tired. But that is a dangerous position to be in. Because shaitan comes in

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because you think oh, I have to so much my bonds are being used and my time in praying to God showed me I will be forgiven and called Paradise. That's what he puts in.

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For excess excess in Nevada, no not allowed. Probably some some forbidding it.

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forbidding it telling people off

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for doing X Xs in Nevada. As we know of the lion, the Honorable us was well known as czar hit more of a Cedric there was harbor who today

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tendency to becoming ascetics to disarm the prophesy some always pulled them back.

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Pull them back. Not to go extreme lambda i would have not asked for example, he

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wanted to fast all the time every day. Oh, yeah.

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So prom is awesome says to him

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fast three days a month. He said he himself is reporting this is a year so yeah, I can do more than that.

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So probably Sarson okay, do twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays as

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you say, yeah, so I can do more than that. So it carries on it gives him a finally he says to him. Okay, then fast alternative days, because you're not allowed to fast all the time against Islam.

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Fast, alternate days. So he said when the police I said I said to him, so I have strength to do even more than that. But this is what I'm saying. There is no more than that. That is the best fast. That is the faster download Alaihe Salam, you can't do better than you otherwise you're not allowed to do any better.

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So he stopped him. Look where he started.

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Three times a month. So that's his recommendation. You don't take his last recommendation. That's an allowance recommendations at the beginning. Okay, you know why he said, loving us after he grew old. After advice hasn't gone. He said, I wish I'd listened to the Messenger of God.

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I wish I had listened to him. Instead of being trying to be cocky and so strong.

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Because, look what the problem is, is I'm saying, Surely you want to listen, please God regret destiny, because you want to listen to the Prophet what he's saying first, not what you're trying to drag out when at the end, which is a better position when he tells you first isn't it Salallahu Salam again with the Quran? He wanted he wanted to read the whole Quran in one night obviously said read it in 14 so it carried on carried on 30 then so many than so many and

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tell the prophesies on said a week. And he said no I can do I can do better than that send the Polish Aslam said nobody can understand the Quran in less than three.

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That's your final limit.

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That's your final commit.

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pulling them back. So these are examples of even Sahaba. You know, we've been adjusted show for the rest of the Amanda

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going to fight the bad that

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is a bit. It's actually it's wrong. So when the poem is awesome doing that,

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any bad that then how can somebody else add another one to it? No. The thing is, yet we have examples in EBA and EBA, that which have been accepted by the OMA and the question is Why have they been accepted? The exceptionally bad that but you need to remember, if there is an assault essay, all I must say if there's an assault or a route for that event that for that event that the the route and a link, then it could be built on that muda or be the Ark is our fear. Not happy here, remember, I said is the dean of the Salem soltana Allama. And Imam Shafi, for example, said

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muda praiseworthy bid and bid the Muslim ummah blameworthy bid bid armas, MoMA what he's talking about most of it is in our Theda

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more most of it are marked muda which is seen as increasing something Yeah, or

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increasing something in a murder adding something extra is in a bad death. Because we have examples from from the time of the Prophet SAW Selim himself

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for example, promises some he's doing Salah he raises his

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himself in leading the prayer and say somebody Allah holy man hominid.

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Everybody doesn't say it loud, but people we will say have been

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so somebody from the bank said, Rob banana like 100 100 Cathedral. Thank you, Ben

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Maga convene loudly.

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Okay, so everybody heard focus on symphonies prayer, did Salaam and said Who was that?

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asked the time. He was scared of answering who did it?

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Who is that? Finally you said it was real?

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So instead of rockburn, Allah Callaghan, which is what the prophet is awesome taught him. He's added a few words inside.

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Rob banal, aka 100 Cathedral tidy, but Mubarak and

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our Lord, to bid to you all praise and then he says all praise, lots of praise and all that which is good and all that bless it. Yeah, so it just started those words at the end.

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So he's scared after after

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the peroxisome said he said, Do you know that more than 30 Angels were competing with each other in taking your words to Allah?

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subhanaw taala he didn't say to him either. Don't add anything extra to I've already told you in this situation.

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Why is this not better? First because a province or something says whether that's the best evidence yet but it is something else he didn't say anything else beyond like say, because there's a link in that position after saying, Somebody Allah holy man Hamidah Allah He is those who praise him. He's not the new thing is just added a few words of praise

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of praise.

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So it has a root, it has a root and then allows that for those words to be added in sujood Subhanallah yell Allah Allah. If I go into June and do lots of other doors. Hector billings, lazier, Obeah. Even in English and Urdu many, some scholars have said and I believe that there is a route for it.

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That is not bitter because the prophets are some selling Hadith that

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that the nearest slave is to his Lord is Institute. Then he says for active Obito

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then do lots of work because you're the nearest position that you are to your Lord. And so limits there's no limits

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can be a long time in situ says that doing

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so well is an acid for a room for it the root for it. Hence, we have that situation we don't call it better. So that's why others said well, how come Abu Bakr and off man if they're a fan, they they wrote down the Quran and made it into a book because they never existed and the Prophet is awesome.

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And he's in the Quran.

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What made them do that? Isn't that a bit that

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isn't that big?

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Because the province doesn't so but we have a route for it because Alaska calls his book, the book Kitab and the prophesy Islam has already made sure it has been written, but not most half. When we say the word most half it means a book, which has, which is has a beginning and an end. Yeah, and he's a bound book. Yeah, although the ground was all written on parchment and big bones and everything our workers time don't allow.

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At the suggestion I would have been hot dog and

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it was all those parchments and things it was written on was collected and like in a row put together it was known as the sort of not most half because it's not a bookstore. But it was all collected that which had been written on the Quran all of it was complete, unlike some Shia say that the goat ate in some of it.

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Some some, some Shia now this belief from a fabricated Hadith, yet that this sort of

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was being looked after by half son or daughter or overdone photographer, one African American Fatah pastor because it went to him after boubakeur Then have Sunday said the goat came and chewed some of it and some some grass has been lost. Some say lots of Ron have been lost from the shear. Yeah, all we need is believers saying these kinds of things and disbelievers that are gonna go nicely. It's a false claim it's a lie. The whole of the Quran is that now in postmodern now funds time,

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because of a situation again of various recitals and loss of non Arabs coming into Islam. He made that under he took responsibility for committee and put leading people that they they will fabric one of the leading scribes of the prophesy some will new crown of Bihar and had been involved in writing it as well at the province on some time under a committee of Sahaba. Then to copy from this

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into now, some say four books, some say seven books. And then each was sent to the different parts of the Muslim world from which copies are made. Remember people are they learn off by heart anyway, the Quran

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that's been transmitted, so both written. And so then they say, Well, why was this done? Well, there's a route for it. There's a route for it.

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Of being a guitar, it's already been written. It's not that it wasn't written the prophets time. And now I will work on alma mater. So who would that start writing it nothing was written already. It's just brought together. We can't call that better. yet but benefit for the online actually it protected the onma because these people they're not just ordinary people bhaker on Mon analiza de la on Wajima each other

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they're not. We don't say revelation comes to the mind but nevertheless we don't exaggerate. We don't exaggerate in but we take seriously what they do and the rest of us have an objective. Oma the OMA didn't object.

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They say for example, was not in the fun.

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Juma prayer

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at the time of the Prophet SAW Salam bucket on on Juma prayer, Allah ma calling to a dance had to dance what they mean is the Athan for Jamar when the Imam arrives and their karma they call it the second time the farmer for practice and was one of our fun the other one I did a third one

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which we now call the first one

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but Allah ma people have jurisdiction the third one because he was a literal addition it was added Bibles man if they are fun

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it was not there the prophesies on time. So people say oh that's a bigger and actually underline the oven when it was added Radi Allahu an you know blood number is well known to be a strict follower even some reports mentioned you shouldn't follow the footsteps of the Prophet sighs a very put his feet the rest of the Sahaba were not like that it was a great hobby but he said that these are gonna have fun is modernists most death is an innovation innovation but he did not make an outcry against it. Because if you think about a blog almost saying that his father had already used the same word bid for what he'd done denying

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but are smiling now fun at it and other than

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just earlier because the community around the musket spread far and wide and they were involved in business and to ease facilitate for them give them enough time to finish off go home get ready chain clothes and come to the prayer that's why he added it that's why he's reasoning what this Adan was not in the mosque it was in the marketplace area we moved it to a mosque afterwards but actually never took place and we don't last carried on with it actually almost carried on with it if we were not to do that so that that now as I've said many times we will not be breaking this on the island we will not be breaking this on like this it was never their profits time and never their buckets

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time and never almost time it was a practical thing that of money their father did for his area so the market is people further away from loss got enough time so they wouldn't miss the hot but actually the reason

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and now we come back to try we pray among them in hot tub. Why is that not to be done? Well it's not Aveda Because

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salah lane or tahajjud is a root firm because there is prophesy some use to pray encourage the spread the best prayer there's so many a hadith about the virtual Quran talks about salatu salam ala tahajjud he mentions and and extolled the virtues grind the sun next all the virtues of praying in the night. So praying in the night firstly has roots is not an innovation to pray any night. To say there is no single night was particularly being singled up so you can't pray in that night number one. Number two, praying the night in Ramadan.

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has roots prophesy Salam even though he didn't do it every night? We know he did it two or three nights Salallahu Alaihe Salam and he didn't do it every night and worried that it may become obligatory. Now. What I understand from that, not that he may be obligatory for

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God only, but the people understand it's obligatory because you're doing our time.

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This is wisdom. Salallahu Alaihe Salam, so he will stay away yet, because everything that he keeps on doing everything and I think this is obligatory because he did it all the time. This is wisdom Salallahu Alaihe Salam, but there's route for doing that. He and even though he just in the last third of the night Salallahu Salam yeah that was his way salatu Lael is allowed nobody else can say after Sulaco Isha anytime hoping to

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okay it can be prayed after South Asia as well even though the province has some chose to pray later on. So that's allowed as well.

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Also shows because the problem doing in Jamar mo the promises he was praying he started off on his own but others joined him

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because so it came his prayer began slotzo Gemma for all those who joined him. So that had roots as well.

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The only bit addition was bringing in Gemma straight after Isha.

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But you see, it's not something totally new how the blue almost didn't make it obligatory. Or it could never make it obligatory.

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Yeah, on the contrary, I told you last time what you said that the prayer that's going to be performed by those who are asleep at that time and praying the lesson that he's better than the one that all those will bring in Jamal probably is doing that's the statement in there. So your original still stands. But this was to facilitate something which already had routes. It wasn't an innovation just plucked out.

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So that's that's why that's not seen as even though he says himself better. He says net will be that

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he's using language sense. It doesn't mean in this sense. I've introduced something new religion. He wouldn't gloat about that. Yeah, he himself will be against that. The Allah who I'm

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when Palmer Ben Hopdoddy allow

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me to come back and mention something about

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I'll mention for example, people say some scholars have said it over some time. Others disagree with them, and I'm one of those who disagree with them. Is that the test to be to count Alaba commercial hand love hamdulillah the beads, it's a bit hard

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to count on those beads.

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Because it wasn't the profits are some time.

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This counting. This is not the worship, whether I use my fingers, or whether I use

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anything. That's not the bada it is a word which is the Ebola This is a means of counting.

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It is a means of counting. If I use a calculator, I keep pressing 1111 I Subhan Allah Subhan Allah subhanaw taala I find it better, or a click thing. Like a you know that these click watches or counters. Forget that the speed let's use a counter. Click some handlers minus one at the end the locking says 33 Brilliant, it's easy. It's easier, isn't it? Yeah, maybe the elderly might find that gadget much easier. Because we might lose our so the problem the problem isn't the instrument. Nobody said that it's an instrument. Are we bad? This is a tool of counting be bad. Is your

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pick up right on the cusp? Yeah. Yeah.

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I see here you have to decipher the difference. What what are the differences?

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I'm gonna make Hatanaka lawan. In his time. It was a here is called amo remand the year of drought.

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The year of drought and salmon actually famine and drought. So over the top wave the ruling the law of cutting the hand of the sea

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Did he go against the Quran.

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Quran says cut the hands of the male or female thief

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almost almost didn't go against the Quran.

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When it came to application, the rule the law stays but when the law has to be applied, you have to look at the situation before the law comes in. Everybody has to be provided. So they're not going around in a famine situation starving, driven to steal and then you go around cutting people's hands. The law only

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comes in when everybody's provided. Yeah. And there's no reason for the community to be driven to theft.

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Otherwise the law doesn't happen.

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Yeah, this is the wisdom of understanding.

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Yeah. And the law comes unbelievers. First they believe in God because that is going to help them not to. But even believers in a society when farming comes, changes the situation

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because hunger drives people saving their lives, actually, to try and save the lives and may push them to steal. So he waived it and held it back. When the situation changed. The law comes back again. It hasn't, it hasn't been canceled, didn't abrogate it. It's very important to understand.

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Most of the bidder, as I said,

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is in the field of arqiva.

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And various ideas and groups came with those kinds of betas known as RWA, fifth or rafidah, the rejecters of Viola McCollum in Arabic rejecters and apostasy and the first of those big groups and that was a group was coloriage

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went against and they differ in the very foundation shook the very foundations of Akita, the principles of belief in the deen the shook doors. Yeah, sometimes broken sometimes shook them.

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And therefore they're known as Al Qaeda.

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Al Qaeda. Most of people have been linked with their

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deviant beliefs. deviant beliefs hardage made Aliya Nadella and Anwar we are both Catherine subhub both Kafeel

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why they said because Ali and while we are trying to do arbitration, yeah. And they using two people from either side to represent them. I'm going to ask from where we're from Sahaba and

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Abu Musa luxury from the side of Elisa Golan. They like their representatives came to have a meeting together to try and arbitrate to avoid fighting. Okay, how are things went against? Because they had a narrow minded understanding of something called arbitration they said yeah, so they came up with the weapons and written on a law hakama in law isla.

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Nobody can arbitrate and Salah meaning less fight kill each other. Let Allah decide why you're doing all the why human beings arbitrating?

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Yeah, they are countering Sahaba. Did they know better?

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So I actually sent a blood a bus to the whole adage to clarify that actually, arbitration is allowed.

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Grant talks about when two groups are fighting. Yeah, to make peace between them. It's not talking about Allah making the peace he's talking about human beings met the piece. Then he gave them an example of when there's a fight going on, or argument between husband and wife that a representative from her family sign or represent from the other side will come together to arbitrate.

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Okay, what I'd loved if a boss gave them examples from the Quran, like that many they say in history, but 4000 of the gathering of holodeck, they left the body and changed their opinion and joined with Alexandre again, the rest, obstinately stayed there, and therefore went against the end. Anybody who said that early and while we were Muslim work after those are the kind of extreme group we have today.

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You know, they say, well, those those living in the West as well, well, they're traitors as well, they could fight as well. So if we're allowed to kill them, anybody who says you shouldn't be killing innocent people or your competitors, well, we can kill you as well. Same mentality.

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Let's use a forest mentality. That's what he said and did and therefore only the Dylon got the law and he actually fought them because they were not because they believe because of once they said that earlier in one we are an anybody who's a follower kuffaar What did they say after that?

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We need to kill them. They're motivated. They're apostates, so they made it obligatory to kill them.

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Some Muslims were dead, we're in danger from the Ummah going into the areas of Harare.

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Each customer sitting in the way and they'll ask the million dollar questions from them. Do you believe mark as a Muslim ally, if they said

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disagreed with what they were saying I'll kill them. That's what we're doing. And actually, non Muslims, Christians and Jews are not we're safer with the audit and the Muslims.

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Well, I've got time to go into all of it. But anyway, these were one of the first of Adobe the

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audit also believe if you commit a sin from the kadai the major sin you are Kaffir

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you become Catherine.

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Yeah, which is against Alice in the world GEMA idea. So this is again this. This is the very foundations of the belief that destroyed Yeah, and they are cracking and making go far out of Sahaba

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auto Sahaba. linked with that came the shafts. Many of the shear, not all they do are excluded. They're also set from the shear but nearest to Alison, our Java, but the twelvers as they're known as is not Russia, and now many other groups and sects.

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Initially, Shia was people from Sabah, Tabby in it just mean the supporters of Alina della Juan but soon after that, even in Ali's time, there was some extremely Shia who was his supporter, who began seeing Ali as God as a as a Rasik as they called Ali isla. He's the main ally into God in his time. So he gathered them together actually DONILON It is reported authentically and he built a big fire he told the people to build a big fire he said, stop this. Stop this otherwise, I'm going to throw you on this report is some of them they threw themselves in the fire shouting Ya Ali will do anything for you even kill ourselves.

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On the line, our boss when he heard of this, he said that Ali should have done that. Because I heard the Messenger of Allah say, nobody is allowed to punish by the fire except the Lord of the fire. This is a ruling for us as Muslims, we don't punish people by the fire. And we're not here on the land found that he said If I'd known that I would have wouldn't have done that.

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If I'd known that. Anyhow, so the so share then the real big app is to do with a smile of the Imams making Imams like prophets. Some of them even have the idea that imams are greater than the prophets. Khomeini wrote things like that as well actually in his writings. This is a bigger, this is bigger and bigger. We also prefer but that belief is bigger. That's why we don't say kuffaar you to share, because you still believe in Lila Hamdulillah. But that aspect of it we point out and say is a bitter

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and to swear and curse the Sahaba especially the leading Sahaba of Wirkungen.

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And Amara Osman Radi Allahu Anhu much Marina I mean, I said earlier another terrible things to say about the Sahaba who are from the 10, who have been promised Jana while they were still alive. And the ones who put the Quran together, they're the ones who wrote and transmitted so if you put discredit them and swear at them, then you better check your ground again, what are you going to write one?

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Because he came through them.

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So that is

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a group so bit are other groups of beta. I mentioned when we did the Hadith, the first one, the Korea, for example, Korea, those who play with Qatar, they're not a group. There are people who have those ideas. They still aren't we have started those groups. Some of those ideas around today. Catarina, for example, there's two extremes of them. One set about further they said,

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Allah, Allah doesn't

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know anything until we do it. Impossible. Because we're the ones doing it. How can Allah know beforehand, because we're trying to get away from the idea as I mentioned, Christianity faced the same problem. And Christianity, majority of scholars have that same idea. The idea because they don't want they don't want to say that Allah made the evil happen, or the wrong happened, he controls it or he knows about it, and he allows it to happen. Just they they model with themselves. So they try and say no, I do it and Allah finds out so I say the limited Allah Allah doesn't have full knowledge. That's not God don't just have full knowledge. Okay, so that was one as well extreme

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of them. The other extreme was from an Andrea was Jabari Yun.

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They went to the other extreme and said, We are like a feather floating in the air.

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As Allah does with us what he wants.

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Right we are another word Jabbar much bore everything we do we are like robots being forced to do by God.

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So they took away the freewill completely. When you go down that road, which was the the road of the journey, Adams had the same idea said if God wants us to believe he will make us believe God must want us to carry on doing this because he's making us do it.

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So taking away their own religion so that was Giovanni Yoon, from Korea who may turn out to be we are forced to do everything and will be forced to go into paradise are forced to go into hellfire. So they took all choice and blame from themselves. So anything they did, they can say, God you made me do it.

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This is bigger. Yeah, this is big. These are all bigger in a bar. And there's other examples of a of Jamia, who went as far as rejecting all the CIFAR and attributes of Allah in Quran and Sunnah. They said, Allah doesn't see Allah doesn't hear because human beings here and see, Allah doesn't speak because human beings here and speak Allah creates and that sick

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yet Allah Krishna say all the other things in the Quran or Hadith describing Allah they rejected directly the Quran and Hadith

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that is bigger, bigger because everything they tried to make it into

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though it was a human being. And that's not the idea because I said LASIK admittedly he shaved well, who was Samuel Busey?

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Yeah, there is nothing like unto him. Some courted that bit and full stop afterwards. Her part of it. There's nothing like untamed they said, well, we can't and others said no, no, no, no, read the rest.

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