Sahih Al-Bukhari 1-26-2016

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The speakers stress the importance of belief and understanding faith levels in relation to one's individual. They use hadiths and La clarity and Lafa in religion, as well as the holy eye and Lafa in religion. The conversation also touches on the political and cultural context of the New Orleans area, including the origin of the word "van" and its relation to religion in the Atlantic Ocean. The speakers stress the importance of following rules and acknowledging actions and beliefs.

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Amina salatu salam ala Rasulillah. Three. While early he also chameleons Marine. So as I mentioned to you guys after the salam, my throat is not in the best condition right now. So I'll probably be a little bit a little shorter today if I can control myself when discussing the Hadith that we're on today in sha Allah. But it's we're still in Quito Eman. We're still in the book of faith and as we've had been doing we've been showing how it will hottie Rahim Allah to Allah places certain a hadith in certain places all to make a point about Iman to deliver a point about how we should understand faith. So we're in chapter 33 of Kitab will Eema and the name of the chapter is Bab Ziad,

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Imani Wanaka Sani Bab Zi Datil, Imani one arXiv, which means the chapter of faith increasing and decreasing. So we're back to the point again of having levels of Eman levels of Faith and Faith increasing and decreasing well call me Allah He Tiana was in our home who the and the words of Allah subhanaw taala and we increase them in guidance why there's a little hottie Rahim Allah placed this ayah here to show that there are different levels of Hooda was the dinar home who the last panel Tada increases people and guidance also when Allah subhanaw taala says what is God Alladhina amanu Imana and Allah subhanaw taala will increase the people of faith faith so you have Iman and your

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increased in more Iman than what you already have meaning it's not just imagine uncalled for. It's not just belief and disbelief. But there are levels of belief and there are levels of disbelief. We'll call a Yom a committed to lecom dena calm and then of course the words of Allah subhanaw taala that today I have perfected your faith for you. Now what's the connection between these three ayaats the first two Ayat talk about a person developing faith and increasing in faith your individual double jacked and EMA and your individual levels and Iman this third I have a little hottie Rahim Allah to Allah is mentioning is talking about the deen becoming complete. So the deen 10 years into

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the call of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not what it was 23 years in, and when it reached its 23 years it was at its perfection a committed to Lacan, Deena ko I have perfected your faith for you to date for either Tanaka sheet and mineral camera for one purpose. So anything at that point where Allah subhanaw taala This is a very important point that I will hottie is basically trying to prove with this hadith that we're about to mention anything after Allah subhana Horta, Allah perfected the religion that is less than that is a form of deficiency. Anything that falls short of the standard that was set when the Prophet sallallahu arte who was salam passed away,

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meaning you cannot practice Islam perfectly, you know perfectly as it was, when the prophets my son was 10 years into his call and say that you've perfected faith because now the deen is complete. Therefore anything less than what the completion of Dean is now is a personal efficiency and not meeting the standard that Allah subhanaw taala has set. Now this is all the introduction about Buhari Rahim Allah to Allah. And then Bihari Rahim Allah to Allah He then narrates the Hadith. The hadith is from anastomotic, or the law of town, and in the beast sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, You're Raju Mina, nary man Allah La ilaha illallah wa

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he called me he was no sherry. Ratan min higher. Wolfie rewire an email. Okay, so first the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam says that whoever says

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there is no god or deity worthy of worship except Allah subhanaw taala and has in his and has in his heart

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the weight of a barley grain, the weight of a barley grain shall eat on the weight of a barley grain of faith of iman or goodness, Allah subhanaw taala will take them out of health, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he continues. We're left with Jimena Nariman Col de la ilaha illa Allah will feed Colin economy he was no though Martin min height will rewire Iman and Allah subhanho To Allah would take anyone out of hell that says La Ilaha illa Allah and he has in his heart that which is equal to wheat grain now this is obviously smaller vegetable is smaller than

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is smaller than share you don't Okay, so there is a smaller green so you have a bigger green and a smaller green. And then the Prophet SAW Allah Hardy he was salam. Actually, I skipped something. I skipped one sentence I'm sorry. So he said we're lucky Jimena Nariman Allah, Allah and Allah He called me he was new bulletin in higher way Astro Jimena Nariman kala La ilaha illallah wa he called me he was new Robertson in higher call Abu Abdullah Call. Call them

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I know her death enough Qatada her death and understand and abuse Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam min Eamonn McCann min height. So I'll read the Hadith inshallah and for the prophets like Selim says that whoever says La Ilaha illa Allah and has in his heart, that which is equal to A barley grain shatter, you don't have faith, Allah subhanaw taala will take them out of hell. And then the prophets like Selim says, and whoever says La Ilaha illa Allah and has in his heart that which is equal to a wheat grain in his heart of iman Allah will take them out of hell. And then the prophets like Selim says, Whoever says La Ilaha illa Allah and has in his heart, that which is equal to

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eemaan of an atom, so that was an atom will be taken out of health. So the prophets like Selim goes through three levels of EMA, each one smaller than the other. Now, there's an important important thing to point out here, that in another narration, the prophets lie Selim said sooner rather than one thing that means then Allah subhanaw taala will take out the people from hellfire that have in their heart this level of faith that Allah will take the people out of hell that have this much faith, which indicates that it will be in chronological order that Allah subhanaw taala will slowly remove these people from hellfire one narration says min height the other one says min Iman so what

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that means is higher means Iman goodness here means faith because whenever you have to a hadith you reconcile between the two if one word can mean something else and the prophets lie some specified what it meant and another narration then we use the specific version as opposed to the general meaning of it. So you can't say hi It could mean any form of goodness it doesn't just have to be Eema because the prophets like some specified that the type of goodness he was talking about was faith was EMA. Now, if we go through this hadith few things to go through inshallah Tada.

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Number one, it indicates that some people will go to hellfire for some amount of time, but this is an established part of our creed, that there are some believers that will go to hellfire before they go to paradise. And Allah subhanho wa Taala will slowly take them out of hellfire and bring them into paradise. And this this happens through a number of different processes that we see from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in his a hadith where the messenger slice Allah mentions, for example, Allah subhanho wa Taala taking two handfuls, two handfuls from the people of hellfire. And obviously, you know, one of the prophets licenses, two handfuls there's no way to quantify that, but

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two huge groups of people are taken out of hellfire. We also have people out off those that are sort of in the middle, right, and they can go either way. We have the profit slice. And I'm mentioning to us a sloth, which is the bridge over hellfire. And the prophets. Like some said that some people you know, everyone will cross the slot. When men come in Lowry do ha. And then there will be hooks that will take some people off of the slot and they would spend some time in hellfire and then they would proceed to hell, they would proceed to paradise. Some people would cross over the slots very quickly over the bridge to paradise very quickly. Some of them like the blink of an eye. Some of them like

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lightning, some of them would run some of them would walk some of them would crawl. Okay, may Allah subhanaw taala make us amongst those that cross quicker than we can even feel right. It's some people will cross it very slow paces. So there are some people that are actually pulled into the Hellfire off of us a lot. And then once they serve whatever it is that that hook pulled them for. Then they're placed back on the slot and they're entered into place. The profit slice that I mentioned as well his intercession that was so lost Isilon will continue to lobby on behalf of all of his own each and every single member of his ummah, until he gets each and every single person

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out. So the prophets like Selim want a selfie or a clique, or Buka for tadoba, Allah will give you until you are pleased the prophets lie. Some will argue on behalf of each and every single person, others until he gets them out of the Hellfire. We also have the Hadith it's the very famous hadith of our hero, MAN Yeah, took a knock the last person to leave Hellfire Manuel Frenchmen are not the last person to be taken out of hellfire that had you know were the prophets. Lysa mentions this person that comes out. And he's scorched from the time he spent in hellfire and he says Alhamdulillah and lovey, that journey mink, All Praise be to Allah who saved me from you. And he

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keeps asking Allah for different you know, he sees a tree and he asked Allah for that tree. And Allah gives him the tree and says, you know, how do I know you won't ask for anything else? And he says, Yeah, Allah just give me that tree that Allah gives him that tree and he sees a better tree and he says, Oh, I love that tree. And this continues until he asks Allah for

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What for Jana? And Allah subhanaw taala enters them into paradise and says How about I give you 10 times the kingdom of this world will miss Lahoma will miss the homeowner and the like of it the like of it until it reaches 50 times. How about I give you everything that dunya had times 50 So Allah so we have a very specific Hadith about the last Muslim, the last believer that leaves hellfire. And you can imagine somehow it's really interesting because

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if he's the worst believer that's ever existed, he's probably a pretty bad believer. Like we read that hadith and we take wheat, you know, we find comfort and tranquility in it, that Allah is so kind and generous to this man and Allah gives him so much that the man thinks he's being mocked by Allah attacks Obi Wan untellable The enemy Are you mocking me and you're the Lord of the worlds because Allah is giving him everything that he's asking for. And this is the worst believer that has ever walked the face of the earth because he has the smallest double of iman in his heart. I mean, he has the smallest amount of faith in his heart. Look how Allah deals with him. Then how will Allah

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subhanaw taala deal with the with the salah home from the, with the righteous amongst the believers, with those with those who did not commit major for wash major sins and so on so forth. So there's some hope in that and sha Allah to Allah for us and many, many different Hadith that show us this effect of people coming out of hellfire, Allah subhanaw taala emptying out Hellfire with those who have any level of faith in their hearts, the discussion of whether you know of other people and hellfire and so on so forth. It's a lengthy discussion, the discussion of whether or not Hellfire is eternal or not as a whole. That's another discussion altogether. But right now, we'll just stick to

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insha Allah Tala the discussion of the people of faith and people that have belief in their hearts. So I've been 100 Rahim Allah Tada. He comments on this hadith he says that artists have yawn, or I'm sorry, de la live near Rihanna. It was said to Sophia Irina Rahim Allah one of the teachers of Imam hon. Hottie

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in the pulmonar Kowloon in an email column, that there are a group of people there's a group of people that say that faith is restricted to what you say. Meaning as long as you say La ilaha illa. You're a believer, and that's all that counts. And everyone that says that a lot a lot is equal. And their EMA for con Cana Hava Pablo and tansy will occur. He says, it used to be that until Allah subhanaw taala revealed the release, meaning there was a point in Islam is a very beautiful discussion that he has a very beautiful discourse. He says there was a point in Islam where saying that, you know, Allah was all you had to do. And then it was a very, you know, it was avoiding major

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deviations, major corruption and so on so forth. You know, there was a point where we're from a, from a technical perspective, to be Muslim, you just had to say like lalala believe in the Oneness of Allah. Don't worship idols, don't kill your daughters, don't cheat people. And don't drink it sounds pretty easy, right? Except they were persecuted for that. But at one point in Islam, that's what Islam was faith meant believing in your heart, and then simply saying that he learned a lot and avoiding certain things that Allah subhanaw taala had revealed and they're obvious obscenities obvious, you know, wicked behavior that Allah subhanaw taala condemned in the Quran. So he says, For

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amaro NASA and your code without Allah, Allah Allah, Allah subhanaw taala commanded them to say La ilaha lafa either Kahlua are some of the Mohammed Amala home if they said that and they, you know, their lives were protected, their blood was protected, their wealth was protected. dilemna animala who said calm but then when Allah knew that they were truthful and what they said, meaning they said law in Allah and then they were tested for saying that Allah has a lot, a lot of homeless homebase follow RT for follow Allah Subhana Allah to Allah commanded them to start praying so they started to pray. When I'm here for I know nine fr humble o'clock, and this is the point that he's making. At

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that point, once Allah revealed the prayer, just saying that you're not alone wasn't enough anymore. They had to do the prayer. So they had to move on to the salon. So He then started to mention Alcon even arena started to mention the other pillars of Islam coming and he says that once ALLAH SubhanA which Allah revealed the Quran at once he revealed the the mandatory things and they accepted those things Allah Subhana Allah to Allah revealed and Yeoman are commanded to lecom dena come that today I have perfected your religion for you. Now it'd be Mariana is saying is that when Allah revealed and Yama committed to the convener, that today I have perfected your religion for you. This is a

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very technical point, by the way. Does that mean that there were no more suenens or recommended acts that came after?

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What do you guys think?

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Now this aisle was not actually the last ayat to be revealed. It's very close, but it's not the last ayat to be revealed. It was towards the end of the prophet hood of Rasul Allah spice Allah. When Allah says, today I've completed your religion for you, does that mean that nothing came after that?

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Nothing came after it. This is very important, nothing came after it, that were completed further, only more recommended actions and things from the Prophet sallallahu it he was salam. So what that means is at that point, the religion was complete, there is no Knucks there is no deficiency. Allah has clarified fully the theology Allah has revealed the religion to its perfection, that all the follow up are there, all the mandatory things are there and so on so forth, if there was some something good that the prophets lie, some taught the Companions after that it was, it was extra, okay. But the religion was complete with the sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says for Metallica, che

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and Metallica. Caslen? He says at that point, whoever leaves anything that Allah subhanaw taala revealed out of laziness, or out of some form of other other

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I'm sorry, out of Kessel out of out of laziness or out of some form of deficiency. Then he says a dip now who are they that we try to get them back to it, you know, in a way that's fit that's befitting meaning what if someone after this religion has been complete is falling short of the follow up now? Why don't we try to bring them to it as much as we can. And whoever when can an RP cell whoever I'm sorry, what can not be cell Eman and this person is deficient in their faith? Woman talaga Jahai then can a calf healer and whoever leaves any one of these are can any one of these pillars while denying that pillar than they are disbelievers? Meaning what if someone was to say

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that I will not pray? Okay, I will not pray because prayer is not obligatory prayer is not mandatory. That person is a disbeliever by each man by consensus. If someone was to say that, you know, I know prayer is fault. I know the Salah is mandatory. But sometimes I miss a few, then they're subjected to difference of opinion, some of the companions and some of the schools of thought hold that person to be a disbeliever as well. Some of them say that No, as long as they're still acknowledging the obligation, there's still just deficient believers. And that's the majority opinion. Although the stronger one texturally seems to be that when it comes to the salon, even to

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leave it out of laziness would be a form of disbelief if a person insisted on that laziness. Okay. But the point is, is that if you, you know, purposely didn't or if you deny anything from the facade, anything from the mandatory things the last pantiles revealed, that does enter you into disbelief. And it's interesting discourse, because let's say that a person prays five times a day but denies that it's obligatory.

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Let's say that a person prays five so a lot of it says you don't have to pray, but I'm just doing it because it's a good thing to do. Is that person still a believer? No, that person is actually coming out of belief at that point, because they're denying something that Allah subhanaw taala made mandatory. All right. Now, the point that we're saying, there, the point that he's making, once again, is not saying bla bla bla bla, and meaning in your heart gets you into EMA gets you into EMA. At that point, you've got to practice and you've got to try to do as much as you can. You start off by doing all of the fraud doing all of the mandatory things. And then you try to add on as much as

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you kind of the voluntary things. And that makes you a believer, if you're falling short, so long as you're admitting your shortcoming and not denying the obligation. You're still not decent human, you're still just deficient in faith. Once you deny the obligation, you have no faith. You guys understand this concept. It's a very basic concept. It's pretty elementary, but I just want to make sure and shallots foundational just to make sure everyone hasn't unsheltered so fundamental. Now, here's the thing. Can we say No, I'm asking you guys some questions can say that the Sahaba who did not live to see these obligations legislated? were deficient in their email?

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Why not?

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I just heard, so please raise your hand if you have an answer. Yeah.

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Okay, so it wasn't mandatory when they were alive. But what is someone who said that ILA, is it possible that someone who said la isla hamdulillah in the early days, died before the legislations came the various legislations King? Is it really possible that they could be

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more or have more Iman than someone that lived in the last few years of the prophets license life and had good Iman with the salon with this account with Ramadan and so on, so forth? Is that even possible? Yes. Okay, absolutely. I mean, think about this concept, the job of the Allahu ta

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Unha never saw them along.

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Her visa was buried without salata. Janaza because there was no such thing as Janaza when she was buried the jello the Allahu anha never saw a sloth two humps, the five daily prayers. She never saw Hajj in Islam. She never saw the cat and it's not her. These are saw none of that. But the prophets lie. Selim said that she was perfect in her email. She wasn't just okay. She wasn't just making it and not only she not going to be charged, she has more Iman than all of us put together. Right? There's no way And subhanAllah this you know, this, this brings about a very interesting discussion as well, because we see, there are some companions that accepted Islam and they did not get a chance

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to even practice the facade that were legislated up to that point. So for example, there's we'll say them or the Allahu Anhu. Or Satan is probably the luckiest man, one of the luckiest man ever. This is the man who the prophets lysozyme says entered into Jamna without praying a single prayer at least Khadija prayed the young lady and she prayed a salon for some booklets and while say that she prayed to prayers a day and she got to see some form of prayer. Or Satan was a man from Medina that accepted Islam at the Battle of Beddit fought on the side of the Muslims and died.

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So he died Shaheed without ever having prayed a Salah without ever having done Hajj without ever having done anything in Islam except saying that in the handle Allah Subhana Allah, but Allah saw something in his heart, which is why this hadith is focusing on La Ilaha illa Allah and then how much faith is in the heart? That's what determines how long do you stay in hellfire if you stay in hellfire? May Allah protect us from from any of it a lot more. I mean, that's what determines or who the prophets lie Selim did not say that Allah will then send the angels to take anyone that's likely not ALLAH and he prayed. Okay, let's start off with those who prayed the omelette, then let's go to

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those that were praying five prayers today, then those who are doing four prayers a day than those that we're doing three prayers a day. The order by which people are taken out of fire is based upon the confirmation of la ilaha illallah in their heart and the degree of that. So that's the donnager that's the degree of faith. And even 100 Rahim Allah to Allah He goes even further he says that Allah also would even revered those people that died before the completion of the religion if Allah subhanaw taala knew of them that had they lived, they certainly would have applied them. Do you really think that these are the law on her would have missed an opportunity to please Allah subhana

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wa Tada and to stand by the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Do you know? Do you really think had Hamza little the Alon who lived to see the Battle of hundreds he would not have been a superstar in Hunt duck. Right? It's, Allah knows what's in these people's hearts. And Allah subhanaw taala knows what they intended, and what they sought out to do. And Allah subhanaw taala will reward them accordingly. And Allah subhanaw taala will remove them from hellfire in that order, because Allah knows how much confirmation there is of iman in the heart. So it's saying La ilaha illa Allah, that is the first criteria, or that's the first criterion that's given. And then comes the level of iman

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that is in your heart. And obviously, it's in accordance with a few things. It's in accordance with the time that you live in. It's in accordance, because, you know, there's the Hadith, it's a frightening Hadith where Ebola will be a law and who said that there would come a time that people would say, not alone. And when they're asked why they say nine out of love, they say, well, we heard our fathers and our mothers saying nine out a lot something we it was sort of part of our culture, we grew up saying that in novela, we knew that we weren't supposed to worship anyone besides a love, we were told, you know, not to eat pork, you know, we were you know, and somehow there are already

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people like that you actually can go to different parts of the of the United States. In fact, communities that are second third generation, where you'll find that there are people that have Muslim names that have some form of Islam that was given to them, but it's a very cultural Islam. And, you know, they know that they're supposed to say certain words, but at the same time, they don't know anything further than that. You know, I I've met people who drink alcohol, and before they drink alcohol, they say, Bismillah I've actually met people like that.

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So I will be alone who said that there would come a time that people would say not not in the law, and they don't know why they're saying it than the law. They said, Well, we used to hear our parents saying that, you know, the law, it's sort of part of our culture. But that's it. And the narrator sets all the horror I don't know what that do for them. Like what good is like not in the law. At that point. I was laid out. He stayed quiet at first but then the narrator was sort of becoming a brace of like, what's the point of that in the hula at that point? He said to ng human and not it would it would save them from hellfire. Subhanallah at that time,

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Fine. That's that's all they have. At that time. It's good enough. Okay, so it's in accordance with the time you live in. It's in accordance with how much has been legislated up until that point, if it's a lot of you know, if a lot has been legislated if it's, you know, what's been made farther than what has not been made public because there are people that belong to other among other nations that were also believers and so on so forth. It's in accordance with that person's individual circumstances who they were, they were capable of, at the end of the day, La ilaha illa Allah and what is in the heart, slowly that person would be taken out of hellfire. Now a very interesting

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question as well. What about Muhammad Rasul Allah?

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What do you guys think?

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Is that not important?

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So why did the prophets lie Selim? Just say whoever says La Ilam and call it that Ilan Allah Allah why didn't he say man call Allah Allah Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah

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silence we're gonna need the kid to cry again to hear the silence anybody

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the nation's before Islam

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but does that apply now? So obviously the nation's before Islam bla bla bla bla, the message of each and every single prophet was la isla and Lola. Right, each and every single prophet so what was required of those people was to say like you know a lot and follow their messenger, okay. But the thing is, is now after the coming of the Prophet slice Allah is likely not Allah sufficient.

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No, this is as even hijab Rahim Allah says just like when the Prophet slice and M says manakala aka Lula da Silva Marwat. Alright or manakala Elif la mean Valley Kalki tabula rasa Buffy, meaning the prophets like Selim, you know, when he was whoever reads political I had he doesn't mean just say hello I had 10 times means what sort of 10 o'clock the whole Surah So it's understood when the Prophet slice and M says man God Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, referring to the shahada in its entirety. All right, because law of Allah is confirmed through Muhammad Rasool Allah, He is the implementation of Muhammad Rasul Allah and after Muhammad Rasul Allah, there also has to be Muhammad

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Rasool Allah after Muhammad slice on the messenger comes, there also has to be Mohammad Rasool Allah, and this was common in the language of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, as he would speak. We also come to again, as I mentioned, in the other the way that he wire Sahih Muslim, the narration of Sahih Muslim, as opposed to the letter while you see the letter Thumma which means and then Allah would release these people from hell, and then Allah would release these people in hell, from hell and then Allah would release these people from hellfire. So this concept of chronologically removing people from hellfire in that order that Allah subhanho wa Taala has

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legislated now there's another Hadith which is the hadith of ibn Malik Hadith it's bounded but Malik well the line where the prophets lysozyme says in the law called Hello My Allah naughty man kala La ilaha illallah you ever totally be daddy Kawach hola I'm gonna say it again in the Lok but huddle on the other Nariman paella. You don't have a lot you ever tell the bizarrely which hola that the prophets lie. Some says that Allah has forbidden the Hellfire to touch anyone who said la isla Han Allah seeking by La ilaha illa the pleasure of Allah seeking Allah's pleasure through saying Latin like Allah that Allah subhanho wa Taala would not allow the fire to touch those people. This was the

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bush of the Prophet slice and this was the glad tidings of the prophets lie Selim and kala la isla de la MFI santi hollaby that whoever says La la la la sincerely in his heart, how do I'm Allah Who are they not? Oh, definitely John. Whoever says Lila Allah sincerely and applies themselves to La Ilaha illa Allah subhana wa Tada will enter them into paradise Allah subhanho wa Taala or not place them in hellfire. Now there are a few there are other things that we see where the prophets lie Selim says, Whoever is last words are La ilaha illa the halogen whoever's last words Allah Allah Allah will enter paradise meaning if Allah allows you to die saying La ilaha illa and those are your

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last words. That's your entrance into agenda. Now obviously what we see from that number one, while moving on will number Rahim Allah Wahab says that la isla and LA is miftah agenda, it's the key to Jana and the miftah has seen and that the key has to it has teeth. Okay, so you can't open the door with a key with no teeth. So you have to obviously carve them with the pillars of Islam and with the fallout of the loss of Hunter Hunter Allah. But what is the value of La Isla Hamdulillah? As as words and what does it mean? In this context? Latin Latin Allah the Prophet spice

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some sad that on the Day of Judgment when the melons eat when the scales are set, as you see your stack of records of sins on your left side, that there would be a cart that would have not even had a law written on it.

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And when the person sees that card would lay down the law before it's placed in his scale, he's thinking to himself, what's that little card going to do for me?

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Right? Like imagine you've got your buried in sins on one side, and you've got this little card that says lay level and you look at him say, okay, that's nice, maybe it'll be an extra 10 Hassanal maybe it'll be some liquid, what's that card going to do for me? And then the prophets, i Some said, it's placed in your Amazon and it sends the scrolls on your left side flying out,

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that it weighs so heavily on the museum that it would literally send all of the other books flying out. So that's the that's the weight of la ilaha illallah in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala. And that's, that's, of course, the Shahada. That's, of course, the testimony, and as a form of vikita job it will the Allahu Anhu he says, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says Afflalo, Vickery La ilaha illallah wa Afflalo dua, Al Hamdulillah of total victory La ilaha illallah wa foto dua Al Hamdulillah, the best form of remembrance in the sight of Allah is la de la mala and the best form of supplication the best do is to say Alhamdulillah and it's an authentic hadith which is in

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German Timothy lastly what I mentioned in this hadith inshallah Tada and I'm speaking louder than I should be speaking.

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Is this what Allah subhanaw taala mentions in the Quran

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over and over and over again, is this Conte is an herb that which is a mustard seed.

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Okay, you guys know some ayaats were harder than was mentioned. Can anyone give me an example?

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And Surah

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Surah Colombia what's the i

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You can't just say Surah namesilo

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Already know as you

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were in Cana

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habits and Min hotellin attained Bihar. So last point, I mentioned it and you know, from from the perspective of bringing forth your deeds, that one of the skills our sets in Canada have gotten men have that in attain our behalf. Even if it's a mustard seed worth, then we will bring it forward. Also look man al Hakim when he was speaking to his son, right? But even if it was harder than okay, whatever it may be a mustard seeds worth Allah subhanaw And it was buried away somewhere Allah subhanaw taala will bring it forth on the Day of Judgment. Now, in this hadith that we just mentioned, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam says, whoever it has in his heart, he called me he

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was new Tsar Watson min height, whoever has in his heart a dunhua, which is an atom's worth of height. Okay, now they're in a mat, try to quantify level. Obviously, it's translated into atoms worth but some of them said the other one is for the doubles would make one call.

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But some of the scholars and then some of them said that Avila Edna che, it's the smallest thing possible, it's something you can't even feel it's something you can't touch. It's something you can't detect. If you're looking at it, you won't be able to see it. If you're looking at it, you can't see it. So, you at least have a small grain you put it on a you know a certain colored surface you can see it shows somewhat, Valois is completely undetectable. Okay? Except by Allah subhanho wa Taala which shows you what the a person could be in front of you saying that you know, him Allah and they have zero signs of EMA. I mean, you you're trying to find something to give this person to say

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that they're really believers and they're really Muslims. You're trying you can't find it. I mean, they're terrible children. They drink alcohol, they don't pray, they curse, they scream, they whatever it is, you're just trying to figure out you don't see any excuse to call the Muslim. But you don't have to, for them to be saved. Right? Osama Bin was eighth or the law of Thailand when he was in the middle of the battle. And just as he was about to kill the enemy, a guy that was trying to kill him in the middle of a battle the man said, La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasool Allah, He testified. Now obviously, it's not like when you're in the heat of the battle, you go okay, in that

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case, you know, tech Viet Allahu Akbar everybody stopped battle you know, just come on, stop the battle. Just come here. Let's give this guy a hug and welcome him to Islam. Right there in the heat of a battle. So I'm gonna say this like Yeah, right.

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Okay. You know, you were just saying that he was he he thought

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As many of us would have assumed that he was just saying that to get himself out of the situation. And what did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say Did he tell him something was a viewer right? He said he was angry with him. He said Asha cockta and Colorado Did you? Did you open his chest and see his heart? You can see it. So that is like an undetectable Adam's worth of EMA to everyone else, but Allah sees it in that person's heart. And what that shows you really more than anything else is that no one will spend in hellfire and this is Subhanallah just a conclusion for all of us to really think about no one will spend a day longer in hellfire are a moment longer and

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hellfire than they deserve to be there.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala his llama is greater than his anger, His mercy is greater than his anger. So whatever excuse can be made for a person to be brought out of hellfire will be made for them on the Day of Judgment, even if it's that last man who who exits out of hellfire and enters into paradise and look how mercifully Allah subhanaw taala deals with that man, that's the guy that had the vulnerable, that was undetectable that everyone looked at and said, Yeah, right. Muslim, whatever believer and somehow more somehow he made his way. And obviously we ask Allah subhanaw taala to enter us into Jannah without any form of either without any form of Hasaan without any form of

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punishment without any form of accountability. Lama Amin questions

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now there is no Hadith Sorry, there is no Hadith that says, if you have a love of the man in your heart, you won't be touched by hellfire. There's only a hadith that says if you say that Ilan was sincerely which means that there's a philosophy, sincerity and truthfulness there that Hellfire would be forbidden from you.

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Is there any narration or something that like you know what?

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What constitutes

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believe in Allah.

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Allah accept all these things, but how do you? How can you be sure that okay?

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So that's why the last few Hadith that we've covered are really talking about this moderate course and about,

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you know, certain, you know, just Allah subhanaw taala accepting your deed and if Allah accepts your deed, Allah will multiply it by 10 to 700. And even more than what you can imagine that if Allah accepts one of your good deeds, last penance, Adam will make it sufficient for you so that's sort of why the party kind of left this hadith after those a hadith.

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You can't quantify if loss you can't quantify sincerity, you can't quantify truthfulness to Allah subhanaw taala it's a matter of the heart it's a matter of spirituality. And you have to feel it

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so just just have this this is where this Lebanon comes in having good expectations of Allah and the prophets lie some said said said they do what Cody will ever zero

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you know, pursue a moderate balance path of Islam wherever Sheetal and receipt you know, be confident have the glad tidings that Allah subhanaw taala will accept inshallah tide if you sincerely tried to do something. So you know, we should worry about or each of us on an individual level like trying to make every single deed that we can sincere for Allah sake, and then hope that Allah subhanaw taala would find you know, would be pleased with with those actions inshallah to Allah and Allah subhanaw taala would protect this. That's why the prophets lie some the fact that it's not about actions, and that's why the prophets lie. Some said that the greatest reward of even

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shahada of martyrdom, all the rewards we read about a Shaheed and so on, so forth. It can be attained by a person simply asking for it in their bed at night.

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But they made a sincere they're out to Allah subhanaw taala to be accepted a Shahadat to be granted the reward of shahada or a person who did not have the opportunity to go to Hajj but they made a sincere intention so on so forth, so that's why you know, it's not about this it's not about

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the amounts of deeds it's not about the level of the action at the end of the day, it's about the sincerity of the heart and not you know, and obviously fulfilling the facade fulfilling the mandatory things and staying within the bounds that Allah subhanaw taala has given to us below on

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sisters yes.

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Oh, that's okay. Great question.

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If someone stops praying Salah for some time,

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and then they decide to come back to praying Salah did they have to come take shahada again?

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That'd be pretty awful.

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Like today we have Brother Mohammed who has been here for 20 years.

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Taking shahada

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people wouldn't know what to do take vehicle, large motor, just the stuff that alarm

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it'd be a pretty awkward situation.

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Not so So Salah actually, from a technical perspective, by the way, if a person just joined the salon and started praying that basically takes the part of their shahada as well, by the way, that's sufficient to establish them as Muslims, because the prophets, like I mentioned, if you go to a town and you hear the dawn, and you see the people praying, you accept that as as they've accepted Islam, and so on, so forth. So they'd simply have to go back to praying. And they'd have to seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. They don't have to retake any shahada or anything of that sort. They just have to get back into it. And

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great question, though, yeah.

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There's limitless

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Yeah. I mean, when you talk to someone who's who's convinced of Islam, but then there's, you know, obviously, it's a major step in life. And, you know, a lot of times people will say, Well, I actually, I encountered this all the time. Well, first, you know, I want to learn this, and I want to learn that and I want to be sure that I'm ready to be the perfect Muslim before I enter into Islam, I want to do it right. What you have to teach people is that look, shahada is your acknowledgment,

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it's your acknowledgement of the perfection of Allah, and his religion, and that you will strive, it's not that I'm ready to be a perfect believer, it's that I am a believer, now I'm going to strive for that standard of perfection. And you have to give them

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without pressuring them too much without making them feel like you're you're forcing them or you know, compulsion, you just have to sort of convince them and, you know, anyone who takes the how the people don't regret taking some of the early they regret having waited so long, and so on, so forth.

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And so you just have to sort of explain that concept to people that look, you know, it's better for you to be a a believer that's not fully practicing, than to not be a believable. It's, and a lot of and, you know, a lot of times I'll say, Well, do you believe in Allah subhanaw taala you believe in one God, who is worthy of worship? And, you know, obedience, as they say, Yes. And I say, and you believe Muhammad SAW some as a messenger of God, they say, so you just took shahada, I mean, you actually just expressed your belief, the only thing is to have this is formally expressing what you already have. So it's just an attachment. And that's the point here, you say that you don't have a

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lot and then you work on your heart, you work on your actions and you try to grow towards Allah subhanaw taala.

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You're saying if that person died in that state as

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they want to be Muslim,

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it's not sufficient to just love Islam in your hearts, you have to actually become Muslim.

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So that's the point there, but again, Allah knows the situation of the person at the end of the day

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Yeah, can a person hide their Shahada? Because they fear some circumstances? Absolutely. They don't have to tell their family they don't they can hide it until they feel safe enough and so on so forth. It should they should have the intention to eventually share it publicly when they feel like they can be safe and so on so forth and not be but yeah, it's it's like it's not it's not like if I didn't take shahada in the masjid then it's not valid. No, I mean, it's

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it's at the end of the day, it's your acknowledgement with you and Allah subhanaw taala.

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Just just I'm sorry, I'll come back Yes.

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Okay, so that's a loaded question about armory, which is to make up Salas for all the years of Miss prayers do I have to make them all up?

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The complication of that subject is that there is no precedence in the in the Sunnah of people that

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that intentionally Miss Allah. So the entire discussion of Kabbalah and making up prayers is around people that missed it due to oversleeping or due to some sort of circumstances and so on, so forth. So it's, you know, what the scholars did after that the discussion from a 50 perspective was okay, what did they do if they missed it intentionally.

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So some of the scholars had different opinions. Some of them said they have to, they have to actually make up each and every single prayer some of them said that you pray just to that guys, after every salon before every salon or whatever it is sort of like as a makeup that hopefully you'll need it. And then another

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A group of scholars and this is the opinion that I feel

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that I feel most comfortable with. They say that you make Toba to Allah subhanaw taala you just repent and then you increase your voluntary prayers but it's not like a burden like okay after every prayer to Dakar's and so on so forth. So that's one opinion and that's the opinion that I think is strongest so you just say stuff that alone you add on Sooners and no often involuntary periods when you can to make up for that and show

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I just there's a lot of good things

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maybe Allah knows best alright someone here yeah

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if a person didn't tell anyone that he believed in Allah and His messenger

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so what you're imagining a person is dying. And by the way, subhanAllah I'll tell you this, this is really

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being around dying peoples very interesting. Subhanallah I know people

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I've actually been in the room with someone. her and she was dying and she was a non Muslim and her sister was Muslim was there and she said, Leila Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, like, literally a second before death cantor. And her family didn't believe her. Like they didn't believe us. So they went they buried her as a non Muslim and so on, so forth. And they went, but Subhanallah I mean, she said it. And there are people that in their last moments, they have that teed off, they have that acknowledgement between them and Allah subhanaw taala. And they have that Sophia, there, they're guided to that a level deal with them in that way. That's just that's Allah's blessing upon that

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person. I mean, if they're a if they if Allah gives them that Sophia in their last moments and have the last so no, it's not a condition for this hadith. It's not a condition

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for this person to be safe from hellfire to do it in front of a group of people.

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But there it's it still should be done. But what I'm saying is from a salvation perspective of a person did not get around to doing that. That's that doesn't mean that it wasn't valid, it was still valid

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along toleration.

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So the question is, what's the how do we reconcile this hadith with the hadith of almost all the Alon, which is Hadith, Djibouti, where Gibreel comes in, ask the prophets like Selim, I've got an Islam tell me about Islam, and he tells them what the five pillars are. And he says, Tell me about, and he tells them what the pillars of faith are, and so on so forth.

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All of these things, all of these actions are the obligations, they fall under the facade, they fall under the mandatory things so autocannon ima, this is to make it easy. This is the fault of your property that basically this is this is your creed, you have to believe in these things are accountable Islam, you have to acknowledge these five pillars and you have to try it, you have to practice these five things. Now, if a person let's say that a person did not pay Zika

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because of ignorance, or because whatever it may be stinginess, they just didn't pay attention to it, but they still believe is like as part of the religion for how that novice, he is deficient in his email. Okay, naxal email. But he's still a moment. All right, the minute that he says,

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I've heard some very interesting arguments. I've heard people come and say that, well, we have taxes now. So we don't have to pay the car anymore. Because we have taxes. The car is a governmental, and instead I'm like, yeah, good luck meeting Allah with that. All right. But some people make these silly arguments. So that person can actually take themselves out of emotion. So long as you're acknowledging how to counter an emotion or count on Islam. You're acknowledging it, you have a karate you have you have a tail off. That's a movement, if you're trying and you're not denying the obligation. The only thing is Salah prayer. A sloth is where it gets a little tricky. And there's

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the feed off amongst the scholars in that regard.

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Alone. And he sisters,

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these last two questions, and that's it Yes.

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Know, so we've already established and this is, this is the importance of really studying the book as a whole. You know, because we've already established that there are some people that the religion does not reach properly, or that we're not in a proper way to understand the religion that did not really deny it, they didn't know it, and so on so forth, that a lot of judges everyone as an individual, we don't say, to have any individual that they're going to help. We don't that's not our place because we don't know their circumstances.

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A person could have some sort of mental illness a person could have not heard the religion properly a person could have become Muslim in their last days there's so much that could be going on there's no there's no benefit to us saying it about an individual. So we don't say it about an individual unless a law or the profit slice of them has told us that so you can't come and argue and say I will not have you don't know what happened Ebola when he died right about the other Abdullah bin what's up? That's it. I will not have cases close. But I can't come and say that person that passed away is there they're rotting in hell right now. I can't do that. I can't say they're going to hell that's

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not my place to say that alone, but the standard has been set now with the coming of the profit slice of them. Okay, that's much Leon acmella To like, this is the religion of the prophets like some of the Quran and the Sunnah anything that is innovation is is prohibited and innovating in any way is not good anymore. Right or it's never good. So innovation at this point is the doors shut? Whether it's the logical or whether it's the door shut? Alone? Last question Yes.

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One day

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Know, so that's why so the question is, let's say there are groups so you gave you know, there are groups that that

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that contradict the core tenets of Islam of faith.

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If I say like that Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, but I worship idols, it's not going to do me any good. If I say Mohammad Rasool Allah, but I believe in another Rasul of Allah after Rasul Allah, it's not good, it's no good. This is the methodology of the companions. What I've loved no model the a lot of times. The first group that that came in Islam was called the Calvary they denied Divine Decree, which is one of the pillars of EMA of the love no model the law and who did not consider them to be Muslim. None of the companions considered them to be Muslims, because they were they failed in one of our carnal Eman, one of the pillars of faith. They still said like Allah, but they

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said, Allah doesn't know what's gonna happen tomorrow.

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Okay, Allah doesn't do, there is no such thing as Divine Decree or divine planning. They were not Muslims, they were not even very Muslims, they had no janazah. Okay. So if someone you know, in the pillar of messengers of Imam Rowsell, does not believe in literacy that Allah sent or ads on Wissler, Allah subhanaw, Taala has not sent them, they leave the fold of Islam. That doesn't mean we can't be civil. That doesn't mean I have to kill that person or bomb their masjid or harm them or be violent against them or curse them. That just means that I'll treat you the way that I treat anyone else in the interfaith community. But I can't as a Muslim recognize that as Islam, it's not a snob.

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And I think we go to extremes. A lot of times as Muslims, you know, I we feel compelled to say that I have to accept I don't have to accept this person, as a Muslim, I have to I have to accept this person as a human being that believes he's Muslim, that's fine. I'll acknowledge that. But I don't have to accept that as Islam. It's not Islam, to me it the Companions wouldn't have considered it Islam, who am I, you know, in the sight of Alma Capalbo, the law and who are others. So when there's a tenant that contradicts a fundamental pillar of Islam, a fundamental and that's why I have a record of the law on who, for example, just the very easy, the very easy analogy to what you just

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mentioned, of people that believe, you know, whether it's midazolam, Muhammad, or whoever it is a prophet or messenger was will say them and that, that there is a false prophet that appeared right after the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa salam and the wars against that. Those people was called Hello, Belinda. The battle against the apostate so aboubaker and all of the companions considered that to be apostasy. So it's not. So the pillars of Eman are set. The pillars of Islam are set, the standard is set theologically so lightly, like the law has implications theologically. If you're not fulfilling the theological pillars, then you're not saying you're not there's nothing in the

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statement anymore. The statement has no weight anymore. Yes.

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And no, it isn't any.

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More Stevens being

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us nowadays, okay, and it's not a problem

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so if I'm soiled, so the question of interest or Liberty if I'm soiled and haram, soiled and, you know,

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he believes the robot is okay. And that's a form of Cofer. But you don't call the person that Kalfa. But that's a form of disbelief.

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So to take it a bit, there's not a form of disbelief.

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To believe that it was not haram is disbelief.

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From the Quran because the short answer is how long Allahu riba doesn't get any easier than that, right? Allah made it about how long it's difference but you know if the person comes and says, This is not a river, so this is halal, this transaction is valid. Even if it's a deviant understanding, it's not Cofer, but if a person says Riba is halal, that's disbelief in the Quran as a result of that alone, I really have to cut it now because it's gone too late because I follow famous political Imam Edward Island and stuff or to worry