08 The 4th Principle

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Now the fourth principle and your last principle vizilite Allah, before we end off our seminar with great sadness, obviously, you know after united with brothers for two or three days at a time, it's always sad leading from them because you never know when it will be the next time we'll see them again. If Allah subhanaw taala gratis life, all you have to get together again. So that's why we asked the left panel that not to not let this be the last time we meet together. And if we don't meet in this dunya upon goodness, then at least united in general. And

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so the fourth principle, I'll tie that arogya

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So he was principal. And the final principle that we take is that the most speaking of our time, are more severe in sick than those of the past.

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And this is due to the fact that we must have a cane of the past

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that when they were in times of hardship, they would become sincere to Allah subhanaw taala meaning that they would worship Allah subhanaw taala alone, and it was only in a time of ease, that they would worship other than Allah subhanaw taala Why is the Muslim of our times they will worship other than Allah subhanho wa Taala, in times of hardship, and in times of prosperity, and the proof of this to show that the most frequent of the past in times of ease was it other than Allah subhanaw taala and in times of hardship, only worship Allah subhanaw taala is the statement in certain attributes, verse number 65,

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where Allah subhanaw taala says, and when they bought a ship, the supplicate to Allah, sincere to him in religion, but when he delivered them to land at once they associate others with him.

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So we see in this point, that the author, a Sheikh Mohammed Abdul Wahab Rahim, Allah, Allah,

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He saw showing on how the most the cone of our times that those people who go to the grave those people who worship the trees, and like I mentioned at the beginning of the seminar, even those people who go to the donkeys and the dogs, that

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all these people are the worst of the machine. And that is due to the fact that they're calling do it. These people are making black these people at all times. And it's with great sadness that you see that the car, they attribute themselves to Islam, yet when they make the app, what are they saying? The thing? Yeah, it got me this. Oh, yeah, for FEMA, Grant me this. They're not saying Yeah, Allah, God music, like, and likewise, the extreme Sufi, who have been in Blackpool, they're not making dua to Allah subhanaw taala. But whether they're going through the same, right, or like I mentioned those very, very pathetic people who actually go to the donkeys and dogs. I don't

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understand how you can justify that. And it is because this dog may have helped the Muslims at one time or another, it doesn't make him a pious dog. I mean, there are no levels of piety.

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So the point that we're getting at is that

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irrelevant, not not irrelevant, actually, very relevant, is the fact that the most raquin of the past that even though they can they worship Allah subhanaw taala. Sincerely in times of hardship, and the committee says, In times of ease, this didn't enter them into Islam. Right, because home a vida was that Allah subhanaw taala alone. And another point of relevant is that the most raccoon of our time, or even worse than the machine of the past, is at least a machine of the past. They had breaks and gaps, where they would sometimes worship Allah subhanaw taala and sometimes they wouldn't. Whereas the mystery of our time, they only worship other than Allah subhanaw taala and

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they don't even have those breaks with the music of the past tag. And a clear example of this is singing

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in the story of eczema, even Elisa has eczema, even Abidjan, like he mentioned is the son of a Buddha. He's one of the greatest enemies of Islam.

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And, like his father, he was someone who was very severe and had a lot of animosity towards the Muslims. He was always trying to, you know, extinguish the negative slant, thinking of ways to plot against the Muslims, thinking of ways to kill the pockets of the love on them and harm his companions.

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So one day

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as he was going somewhere, he was on a ship. And as we know the tides are beyond our control. We don't control how the tides go. So I came to tide, the force and the tides, the tides are against us.

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So at this particular instance, the title against them, and as the title against them, the ship started to walk into sake. And obviously, the ships of the past was like the ships of today made of steel, but rather their ships were made of wood and other cheap and weak fibers. So is this happening to people used to get fearful, these difficult CFO themselves, and if you haven't taken it, maybe I'll be dead. Right? At this very moment, as before we continue the Prophet sallallahu wasallam had just opened up Makkah, the conquest of Makkah, had just taken place. And that's very particular a lot higher than what, and in some narrations, and actually states, that XML was trying

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to flee from Makkah, because he knew the prophets of Allah Jolla Silla was coming. So that's what was happening. So we mentioned Eric Rama was in the ship, and the shake, the ship was taking a lot. And he was becoming very fearful. And the storms are starting to cloud up. So he says, Yeah, Allah, no, sorry. So he says to his, you know, fellow crewmen? How are we going to get out of the situation? What are we going to do to get out of this scenario? So now, we see the fitrah of the people who sit mainly say, only Allah can save us from this, you know, atrocity and this adversary. So that is my last panel with Allison theory. And he was saying,

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so then I could ask, again, you know, he's like, if I'm a black Allah subhanaw taala. alone, I would have accepted the message of Mohammed, Salah Mahoney, and I can't do that. So did you see that the animosity wasn't just against Allah. It was against the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah. Hmm. They knew he was right. And he didn't want to prove him, right. But he's like, it looks, it looks like I have no other choice. I'm going to have to make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. So he said, Yeah, Allah. If you're able to save us and protect us, then I promise you that as soon as you save us, I will go to Mohammed, and announce my Islam to him.

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So then you look at this panel, that in order to save his life, that this man was the greatest enemies, that Islam is known, just like his father, he hated his family would do anything to extinguish the light of Islam. To save his life. He's like, I'll go against everything I've ever stood for my whole life. I'll go against my words of being an enemy of itself, but rather I'll become a follower of Islam, Yama, all you have to do is see me. And obviously this is something very simple for las panatela. So Allah Subhana, Allah says,

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and now that Allah subhanaw taala saved him.

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What is he going to do? Is he going to be like those people that are left handed with Allah talks about in certain ankle boots, where Allah subhanaw taala says that when he boarded a ship, and those stones came in, it was in a coma. But when they would say they would return back to the machine, or the chemical machine, or would he be someone who was truthful to his word, and I guess this is something that we may come to admire, from the people of the past and not so much so for the people of today is that even though as much sick, they may have had the will to sue to the world, where they beat Allah subhanaw taala to other than them, they fulfill their honors and promises. What I

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found is the people of today, even a Muslim, he'll be like, okay, I'll come home tomorrow. Then when tomorrow comes, he'll be in bed, and he's like, sorry, I totally forgot. You know, these type of things. Even the Muslims don't even live up to the words. But even overseas, you know, the past, they lived up to the words. So I crema even Abidjan, radi Allahu anhu, which I guess he No, no, he accepted Islam.

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He accepted Islam. And he went to the public from a la jolla cinema. He was scared, know this, and I've abused my whole entire life. I've questioned my closest family and his companions. And I've tried to harm him by throwing trash on him and other forms of abuse on him, how will he be? And just like he hoped, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was a gentle and welcoming men. And he welcomes eczema to Islam. And we see from this, the whole point of the story, the main point is or to find the device is that the machine of the past that during the times of worship, they worship Allah subhanaw taala alone. And there are many examples of this. And these examples are even, you know, relevant,

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amazingly, amongst the atheists of our time. I remember during my times of getting down at Concordia University and one of the universities in Montreal, you come across many atheists, and you ask them, you know, how did you come to Islam? And one of the stories that I was told was that this brother was was driving his car. And, you know, naturally when they are young, you like speeding

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In your car, so the right the light was turning red. But he was like, I can make the light, I can make the light. So he started speeding up and speeding up, but the light turned red. And as the light turned red, the other lights obviously turn green. And guess what's coming from the other side, an 18 Wheeler truck. So now there's literally about two feet away from him. And that shot. And as he's going by

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the thought, he knows what that is going to hit him. And all he is like, if there is a God, please save me. So is by the will of Allah subhanaw taala, the truck hit the back of his car, and also the car did those 360 turns, but some of the law he wasn't harmed. So in this, he learned that wow, you know, there actually is a God, that it was through such a miracle that he learned about God. And he wanted to know what the religion was. And he came across Islam, and he learned about that, and accepted Islam. So it's amazing how even most people without a faith will find faith in times of hardship. And that's why in times of adversity, you'll see that most people will be like, you know,

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if there's a God, please accept my prayer, that you see the power of this happens a lot in our times, right. So that the points that were drawn from this story or from this scenario, is that Islam is from the center of the human being, that Allah subhanaw taala created us upon this innate nature of what we know, Allah subhanaw taala exists, that there is this great creator who helped create, sustained and protest and was returned to him in times of need and necessity. And the scholars of Islam actually saying that this concept of turning to Allah subhanaw taala, in times of necessity, is a remnant, or a remainder of the contract, that we took a little less time with China,

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before I left China with Allah put us on Earth. As we know, before Allah, Allah created us, he took an oath from every single one of us, that we would recognize Allah subhanho wa Taala as our Lord and our Creator, and that we would worship none other than him. So the scholars have stated that this turning to Allah subhanaw taala in times of necessity, whether it be from the Muslim or the Catholic, or whether it be from the Muslim or the atheist, that this is a remnant of the cetera.

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Now, that is the end of our fourth point. But we're still not done. There's still one. And that is an important issue that is related to this. And that is the issue of taxes. And calling someone a disbeliever muscle and fundraising smiles know why people are smiling and laughing. was elected elected. not interesting. Okay.

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So obviously, we know that initial great controversy, this is something you know, amongst the different groups is something that is spoken about a lot.

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So in this short, resolvable effect, Rahim, Allah Allahu taala. And he is often a person that is quoted as being what people call a tech city, someone who makes, you know, breaking succeed, and runs into fear without a purpose and a reason. How do we understand everything that we learned in this refactoring, that those people would form said, do we just go, this man was making such a great, we're gonna make that fear of him? No, we don't do that. But why in Islam, there's a guideline for everything. Just like, modo has a suit and follow suit. So the six year and from the truth of the fear is that a person has to know what he is doing. Right? So let's just take this

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example of a man who goes through a grave, right? I'm walking by a parking lot. And there's a grave there. I don't know if there's a grave there or not. But you are a resident of Toronto, and you know that there's a greater and I'm like, Okay, then it makes a lot of mockery before the time runs out. So you meet, you see me playing solo, at this grave over there. Now, you may think that, wow, this man is actually doing it to a grave. You know, isn't that an act of worship? Can they call mama sick? No. But no, this is not what's supposed to happen. You're actually supposed to go up to the brother before calling him a mushrik or a catheter? And say, Baba, did you know that the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us not to pray at the graveyard. And if he knew this, further, did you know that you were playing to a grave? So these are the types of things that you have to clarify before calling someone a disbeliever.

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So what are some of the conditions that have to be met? Before you call a person a disbeliever? Firstly, you have to know that the act that was done, obviously, it has to be clear after first, you can say I saw this man, thanks a lot to the patient. But I feel like calling him a six. I'm gonna call him Mama. You can't do that. He has to be

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With a clear act of ship or co first, before you can even begin to discuss the issue of is worthy of making the fear of or not. So, the first condition is that the act of will of itself has to be agreed upon that it is an act of confer or

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it should be known that if 90 didn't do this action out of forcefulness, right, we mentioned the story of a marble. Yes, yes. La Jolla huhtala. Know that to correct for Cynthia Kersey Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and apostates. From the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But obviously, this apostasy was never valid to begin with, just based upon the fact that he was threatened. So that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam asked him, How was your heart when you said this, and he said Yara, still alive was filled with demons, like the first day I came to it. So that is a second condition. He shouldn't have been forced, or compelled to do it.

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Another condition is that he has to be of a sane mind. Right? Like we know of that man, when he lost his camera, and he found it again. What did he say? He said, Allah, you are my slave, and I am your Lord. We know that this is an act and a statement of disbelief. But why is it that we didn't make and perform this belief on this night, or label him with this belief? It was due to the fact that this man was no longer thing. He was temporarily unconscious, he had lost his mind due to that great happiness. So likewise, this is another impediment that has to be removed, knowing the fact that would this man seen and was he in full consciousness when he did this act of prefer or shift.

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Now the left and the fourth point is where a lot of the stuff actually occurs. And that is what they call an other than just to be excused by ignorance. What are those matters and affairs, that a person can be excused as ignorance? Like, can a person be excused of ignorance for going to the grave of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they can do it to him? Or can he not be excused for it?

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Obviously, as we know, there's a difference of opinion upon this. Some of the scholars of Islam has stated that after the Quran was revealed in completion, there was no more excuse by ignorance to the regular Muslim, they always say Muslim who just recently accepted Islam, and he has no access to knowledge, then he is excused. But those of us who were born upon Islam, and raised in Muslim households, and have access to Islam acknowledge, then if we were to go and perform such actions, we will not be excused

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by ignorance, even if even though we might not have known this due to the fact that the Quran had been completely revealed. And so here it is,

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in the Quran, so we wouldn't be excused due to ignorance. So this is an opinion. Another opinion states that yes, he would be excused. Now, obviously, like I'd mentioned earlier on this issue of much difference of opinion, and his scenario and situation requires a more specific ruling to it. So before I can give you a ruling and say that he has, every excuse you take notes exists, or the future universe doesn't exist, know for a fact that each situation and scenario would be different. And each situation a scenario is to be judged differently. So even if I were to give you, I hope, I say that every person who makes a dua to a grave, and which would obviously mean that half of

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Pakistan and India and Egypt and Syria are preferred, which is we'll see what the implications would be. And that's not what I'm saying. If I was to say that, you should not understand that each case scenario should not be treated differently. So that is what we end up with. And the last word of the year, Rahim Allah, Allah before he ended off his reseller word, will know who it was some Allahu Allah Muhammad and why he was happy with them. So in ending off in this manner, we see that the CFO of Mahatma Hosanna

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showed his humbleness in front of Allah subhanaw taala, their enormous tanoto Allah had granted him an immense amount, amount of knowledge, he still humbled himself in front of Allah subhanaw taala, by saying that the ultimate knowledge is with Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and an ending of any good deeds, or any lecture or any book throughout it, the praise and the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala should be sent upon the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam and that he ended off and this is what we end off our lecture and seminar with these Nila Italia by saying one more husana Allah and that everything that I have said that was incorrect with for myself I'm safe on and anything that

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was correct was from the knowledge and the topic of Allah subhanho wa Taala and we ask Allah to know

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Allah to forgive and pardon any mistakes that I myself and you the audience may have made and to cover and to forgive our shortcomings. And we asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to send his salah and Salaam upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam aku Cody had washed off Rama Holly welcome Melissa Nene. Hi Nicola Houma will be handed a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah and I felt

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like now I said, there will be questions and answers. And these Allahu taala I don't think there's going to be question answers, because we're out of time.