Idris And Noah AS

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam arasaka big mine, Robbie solace Audrey West LA Emery loc de Tomic, melissani of Coca Cola my bad old president, Allah subhanho wa Taala. And please be upon Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are testify that there's no god except a law and attested father Muhammad is the Prophet, the Messenger of Allah, my brothers and my sisters. I think Allah subhanho wa Taala for this gathering, a gathering that will get together for the sake of Allah to please or learn to know more about the messengers of Allah. And wisata speaking about Adam alayhis salam, the First Men first Prophet, was spoke about the children

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of Adam and Eve. And we spoke about the children of Adam and how long Salam lived for for 960 years. Suppose it live to its fullest supposed to be to live 1000 years but we've all heard the story story, how he decided to give 60 years of his life to to the without or 40 sorry, 40 years of his life to die without a solemn moment in the story to the end of when the angel of death came to take his soul. He said I still have four years to go. So I said Did you forget that I had given for two years to dolla dolla Salaam. So the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam says the ultimate forgotten, and then the progeny, the offsprings and the children of Adam start to forget Ever since

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then, and ever since the Malays forgotten.

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And Adam passed away he died. And the angels came and bowed them at a salon. And they showed the children of Adam Adam bury their dead. So the angels were the ones who demonstrated and displayed and showed the children of Adam, who are asked by the direct children have to learn how to bury someone with a puzzle, like we spoke about the story of Bob Dylan who

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killed his brother hubby

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killed his brother. And we mentioned that when Bobby killed his brother having to run away from his father because it was too embarrassed to face his father, when his brother I've been, I've been run away. It was too shy and embarrassed to face his father and Allah subhanaw taala even makes mention of that, on the remorse and the regret that Kobe went through. So he didn't regret did he repent?

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By Allah subhanaw taala says, For us, Mohammed and demean, he regretted. he regretted the action that he did, he killed his brother, and he's a son of

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a prophet and a messenger. So it was, it was a big thing. You know, it's haram to kill, it's a big way to kill someone.

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You're the son of a prophet. So

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because of his embarrassment, because of his regret, or remorse, he ran away at the Malays Salaam, and his children. They used to live in the mountains.

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When Kobe ran away, he run over to the plains to the fields.

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When I passed away, the majority of the children of Adam are united, except Corbin and his tribe. So we're talking about, we're not talking about people that used to age 50s and 60s. So that was, that was a gathering of people talking about the grandparents. You know, my grandfather lived for 103 years a long walk, but 103 years will the children have other means to live up to 1000 knees.

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So when you say 1000 years, and that's one of the things we'll be talking about when we start talking about Idris Idris was the sixth generation after Adam and Adam.

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Sakaba lived for long and he could imagine because he lived for long because people at that time they used to live for long, he had a lot of children and grandchildren and great grandchildren and onwards. So kaabil when he moved to the plains, when he moved to the field,

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his progeny, his children, his offsprings grew.

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And then after the death of Adam alayhis, salaam, as we mentioned to you last week, his son sheath became the successor of his father Adam, and she was the second Prophet and Messenger Allah subhanaw taala, sent to mankind. He was a prophet, and he was a messenger and we mentioned Allah subhanaw taala

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yield from the seller, to the

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seller 104 scriptures 50 out of the 104 were revealed to sheep on his own. And he said the difference between a prophet and a messenger is a prophet is the one that receives a revelation from Allah subhanaw taala. But when they get a new legislation or when they get a new scripture, then they become a messenger. So a messenger is a higher rank than a prophet. Now when he passed away,

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and he left behind his children, his children were divided majority of them all around sheath sheath was the next perfect messenger, which means it was the next load off days for the atom. But there was an offshoot,

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there was an offshoot, the option was popular and his progeny within cobble and his progeny in the fields, corruption start to become widespread. That's where corruption started.

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We can't say that the father was corrupt, but the father committed a major crime. The biggest crime to be committed the perpetrator during that time was to kill and murder someone and it was his brother.

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So within the progeny and the offsprings of barbil, corruption started to become widespread. And then the start to listen to music. And then they start to fall into the harem and slandering, backbiting, fornication, adultery, is thought to become more expressive than look at it Latina

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with children and children of children and children of children, children and grandchildren and great grandchildren talking about 567 generations he said that could be in the 1000s.

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And the some narrations that say that it bleeds came in the form of a young boy that went into the tribe of cabbage and start to teach him music. So I start to work as a slave amongst them and then he started teaching music. But anyway, within the tribe of bobbin, and the offspring of carbon, corruption start to become widespread. But though more hidden, the old believed in Allah subhanaw taala there was no disbelieve in the lies origin, the old belief that Allah subhanaw taala disobey the law.

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And for many generations to come, they stayed and maintained. They believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. But slowly with corruption, corruption start to penetrate their lives and causes thought to become widespread within the progeny and the offspring of the Malays Salaam. Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, it came about the wives of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, Allah tala Raja Raja Lj Lee Attila do not, do not stop putting makeup on and go out in the public like the previous generations from the very beginning.

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He says, Allah subhanaw taala is referring to the previous generations to the first generation that started corruption, and they were the children of kaabil.

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So in summary, corruption started after the death of Adam alayhis salaam, primarily within double stripe. So now you've got the children of other money cinema divided into two, the majority of them followed the Prophet and Messenger, that sheath is one of the sons of Adam alayhis salam around the mountains, and then you had all the way out in the fields and that's where corruption starts to become widespread. She's is a great prophet messenger. But we don't know much about she because of the problem. homosassa mentioned the chronic chronic illness, you're not going to find the chief even mentioned. And that's why I go back to the point that I mentioned to you before, that Allah

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subhanaw taala had mentioned how many prophets

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Allah had mentioned 25 prophets and messages na Khurana Karim. But then the problem

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then the problem Hamas also had mentioned not one of those three or four, the prophet had mentioned that a lot of the image in the Quran was sheath, but obviously whether the Prophet Muhammad SAW some gains knowledge from

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anything from his own, it doesn't just come up with it from his own. Allah revealed that to him. And that's why, even though the Koran takes preference over the Hadith, but the Hadith completes also the Quran, Allah says, pray, pray, some will come out I pray the way semi praying, you follow the path of the feminine Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. Right now, as we speak, Subhana Allah as we speak, there's a new group that's emerging, they're calling themselves we only follow the chronically you guys are the ones who follow the Hadith. Of course, we follow the Hadith because I'm not gonna claim to follow the Hadith. So I'm following the Quran. And the

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according to the instructions of the Quran, I'm also following the Hadith. So you can come up with this thing as follows. We follow the Quran and the Hadith. So the problem

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is the one that told us about sheath Do we know much about sheath besides He is the son of Adam. He took over the leadership of Adam after the death of his father Adam, and he united the children of Adam beside the tribe of kaabil saw the trouble of his brother because she is the mother of kaabil and she received 50 scriptures out of the 104 scriptures. That's why my brothers and sisters have the scriptures Allah subhanaw taala a common Muslim will say, on Tara, Angie Zaboo. Yes, these are four out of 104.

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These are four out of 104. But these are the four most popular ones like the 25 prophets and messengers that were here. Yes, Allah subhanaw taala mentioned 35 but it's not only 25 there's 114 124,000 prophets and messengers, but the most popular ones are 25 the most popular ones 25

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after sheath comes a profit. This profit is mentioned by historicized brief in the Chronicle. So some of the prophets and messengers in the Quran Karim Allah subhanaw taala goes into details like Masada he sent him over 70 times

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Allah prophets Mashallah beautiful story, not a complete complete story but the story of use of La Salaam is in one chapter. beautiful story as a very detailed it doesn't tell you everything about user by gives you good details and brief about use of an incident and then you've got prophets and messengers some names just a name. They'll

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throw the Parana Kareem you're not gonna find beside them as a proper messenger whatever history what happened to me struck this Sunday not gonna find anything a bit more because like these

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little details.

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One I mentioned to you before the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, had the

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courage now write the narration generations, from Benny Israel, when the professor says from the interactions that you hear from the Jews and the Christians, while you read in the Bible, a read in the Old Testament, the Torah, and is not issues subject to law. Remember what I mentioned, you can issues, but as long as it does not contradict our Sharia, it's not like you're gonna open the Bible and the Bible is gonna say, and you know what, masala, you

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know, holla is Salam is to drink like on the right, and even if it's mentioned in the Torah, or even if it's in the Bible, we can go on the right will lie, this Prophet did this. And that Prophet did that. And I fell in love with this generous wife, and then what law he set up, the gentleman killed them, and then he got married to his wife against the other. That's not a profit. That's a gangster?

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Guy No, right? We've kind of gotten a lot of that, even though you find them in the Torah, and in June, we cannot look this, for example,

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is the son of the Son of Man in the son of finance, the son of a foolish the son of sheath, the son of Adam, you're going to tell

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me, mother, my grandfather, how did you get the names of other fathers of embrace? I'm gonna throw over from the bottle. Hello, this one you believe in? You don't believe in it? Does it contradicted him? Is that going to increase anything in your deal? Is that going to decrease anything? I'm going to tell you right now. I guarantee you the problem homosassa never made mention of those names.

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But these names, the names of the Father, the grandfather, grandfather all the way to address from the Bible.

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Exactly. That's what the problem has. No, right. And there's no harm your position. So number one thing is, you could no matter as long as it does not clash with the principles of the Sharia.

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So what do you stand like, for example, I just told you right now it raises a son of yours, the son of law is the son of the son of the son of the son of Adam, what do you stand? It's up to you believe or disbelief.

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I can't tell you have to believe it that way. Because it's not 100%. And at the same time it comes out I'm gonna knock it back completely. It's up to you. You want to believe you don't want to believe you want to be on standby, it goes back to you.

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So this is exactly what the problem homosassa implies when it says narrations of any age and Islam

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as long as it does not clash? It does not clash with our Sharia. So if there's a story about a prophet and messenger that's mentioned in the Torah, the Bible the sermon about how corrupt this profit is and how drunk he is to become, and he used to do these things to do that, we come to write those things. Why? Because it cleanses

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What does it crash? What did we say about all prophets and messengers, the ark

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Muscle means endless profits and messages never commit sins and the scholars had agreed. There's a consensus amongst the scholars during the prophecy 100% without an agreement, all prophets and messengers are sinners, okay? But most of the prophets don't become prophets from the very beginning of the law. Some of them became prophets after hundreds of years of their life, even Mohammed, Salah Salah after he was a prophet, okay, we've agreed that during the prophecy during that time as messengers, the sinless What about before the prophecy, majority of the scholars say they'll also send this because it doesn't. Let's say for example, we are living during time one of the prophets

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and this guy, he's the biggest crook, biggest lawyer, biggest third biggest gangster and when it comes to Yama, I'm the Prophet the Messenger of Allah. Mashallah helana

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You're the biggest crook, your biggest liar and your biggest deceiver. Now you became a prophet, it doesn't. You are talking about those that represent God. We can't say represent a love, at least represent the deen of Allah, Allah will choose the best. That's why before the prophecy, the symbols and after the prophecy, they are also sinless, what does that mean? similars my brothers and my sisters and this is a very important principle. Because inshallah I am out of this series, not only to talk about the prophets and messengers, but also to educate ourselves about some Islamic principles. And we're talking about because believing in the prophets and messengers is part of our

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faith is part of al Qaeda. When we talk about our profit minima, assume massaman similars it means these profits do not at all, commit sins, major or minor.

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prophets and messengers do not commit sins, not only major sins, major sins, minuses, prophets and messages, then commit sins. You know what, I'm even gonna get into more details. Not only the prophets and messengers do not commit sins, major sins, minor sins, you know, when someone comes on us because the chef, is this heroine. Yes, it is. It's a big scene or small scene.

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Yeah, and it's like he's asking me, okay, okay, brother, it's not a big signal. Does that mean you're gonna get into it now? And he's trying to lead to some ham Allah, you know that mentality.

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It's a small sin. What does that mean? Because I told him to go with the federal as a small thing you're gonna walk out of here again, again, committed.

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At the end of the day, when it's a big scene or small scene, remember the quotes and the statements of the scholars.

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If it's a big screen, or a small scene, you're disobeying Allah, at the end of the day, it's the same Lord, Sophia, Allah Subhana, WA tada whether it's a small sin, or big sin, so prophets and messengers, do not commit any sins, Major, or minor. Also, my brothers and my sisters, prophets and messengers, do not not only do not commit major sins or minuses then they don't even commit macro, macro, despite

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if there's a matter that the scholar will if there's a matter that I prefer a messenger that will say to you know what this matter is disliked. So it's not how long but Allah dislikes the other side dislikes it prophets and messengers, then committed, it does not be fit their character. He's a prophet, a messenger at the end of the day. It doesn't fit his character. It's like enough. For example, I was walking to

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the police shoes out there and then I gotta put it there.

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It makes me lose

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it describe it to me, I'm telling you don't put your shoes that I can't put my hat on. But it's not nice. Yeah, don't put this

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So we're talking about prophets and messengers. So when prophets and messengers, if they're encouraged that the forefront if they're discouraged, they're never committed. So prophets and messengers are Wah ma soo men with a proverb, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it's even more strict on him.

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Now, Mohammed Salim is my song from major sin or minor sin amaku. The Prophet has a responsibility, which is, if he's sees, encounters any haram committed in his presence, he might say something about he can't. It's a big risk. Talking, for example, man for Samsung. Well, the problem homosassa blackballing Hamad, and the professor's are just looking at us and he's just quiet. Is that right? That means he doesn't it. It's not like me, for example, as I show

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this guy out on

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these bad books, he's a prophet and

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ever if he keeps quiet ever haram has been committed involve him or her and that's been mentioned or the problem homosassa his responsibility is to say this is haram.

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Be quiet. Otherwise it becomes an endorsement. Men heard someone say the other day will backbiting someone from

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The problem there is anything which means well, black bodies a lot. It's risky. So we need to understand the character of the prophets and messengers. Their character is what sin was, which means prophets and messengers. Never, ever commit sins, bah,

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bah. They can fall in mistakes.

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prophets and messengers can make mistakes human beings at the end of the day. What's a mistake? The difference between a sin is the honor this is how I'm gonna drink it. I know it's Haram, and I'm drinking it. I mistake. I thought it's what I drank. It ended up to be alcohol. That's a mistake. I'll call Yes, I'll did. Practically I did. Ba ba ba ba mistake.

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So I'm not saying profits are messages. I'm just giving you an analogy. In the province a man made the mistake drinking the prophets and messengers can fall into mistakes. Like Musa alayhis salam, when he saw two people fighting, he pushed one with the intention to push him away from the other one. When he pushed them what happened is

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he didn't intend to kill him. But he pushed him away from the other one, his hand became too strong, because most of his stuff he killed the other one that's murder. He did kill someone by was by mistake. So now we need to understand the character of the prophets and messengers, prophets and messengers a lot of sinless

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Muslim men that do not commit major sins, minuses that will never encourage anyone to do something and then never do.

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And all Prophets and Messengers have the highest standard of manners and morals, including this prophet that we'll be talking about right now. Idris alayhis, salam, Idris, Allah, his Sunnah. And as we mentioned, he's a son of yours, the son of the son of China and the son of a fool doesn't have Chief, the son of the Malaysian 100% sheath is the son of Adam 100%. Idris is one of the offsprings of Adam alayhis, salaam in between, you want to believe in those names. You don't want to believe in those names. I guarantee you after I close this book, I'm not ever going to remember one name of this full names I just mentioned to you now,

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it's up to you. Remember, you don't want to believe you don't want to believe but the problem homosassa did not make mention of that in interviews or dates or the Sahaba did not make mention of that amongst each other. We got it from the Bible.

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And it rissalah is Salam encountered, encountered 120 years of his great great grandfather made a solemn

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address lived with Adam Hamilton his short period of time so I can you know, feel sorry for him when you see 130

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lived 120 years of Adam's life, so it is him

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and he lived 120 years of Adams life but it is

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up to 700 days of red 100 days of red 1000 these they used to live in the hundreds slugging what's the average now? 67 is a Pamela these days even 51 of our mates passed away is 41 years old. So Pamela, but back then in the hundreds, Mashallah at age

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and Idris Allah is Salam is the sixth number six, sixth generation after Adam, Allah Islam. So you could imagine, by the time he was on his deathbed,

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if not 1000s, hundreds of his progeny, hundreds, six generations, a lot, but that's huge. That's something that's impossible, because if you want to experience the sixth generation, that means you need to live a bit to at least 200 years, about 200 years. But Adam alayhis salam experienced six generations of his progeny and offsprings when she passed away, so Adam alayhis salam was the proper messenger, after the death of Adam alayhis salam, the one that succeeded and the one that had taken over the prophecy, and obviously the prophecy comes from Allah He was the Prophet after Adam was chief when she passed away was Idris. So Idris is the Prophet

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on the face of this earth, for profit on the face of this earth, is he a messenger, some of the scholars say he was a prophet and he received the revelation he followed the scripture of sheath. He did not receive anything new. Some of the scholars say that so the difference between a profit that I missed and just a salon was a profit, not a messenger, because he did not get a new scripture. He followed the old scripture of his father or his grandfather alayhis salaam.

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Salaam is very minimal, very minimal Allah subhanaw taala members in the Quran the Quran was kerfeld kitabi Idris in Ghana subdeacon nebia.

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No mccannon Alia Allah subhanaw taala says in the Holy Quran and remember and make mention of Idris Allah His Salaam in

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the description of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon Idris kanessa he was indeed subdued, not sadhak Sadat means honest, so means always honest.

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Saba means honest. So this means always honest. So Allah subhanaw taala described perfect. Salaam has always been honest, upright watches that doesn't mean prophets and messengers, other prophets and messengers not always honest, not always apart, not Oh, honest and they're always upon us, by Allah subhanaw taala described Idris Allah

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Subhana beautiful description.

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And now ganesa Deacon nebia and he was a prophet, an ongoing, always frequently honest, and today be a prophet and messenger waterfire now who mccannon Alia and elevated him a high level a high position, high status, and some of the scholars say Allah subhanho wa Taala elevated him a high status in this dunya Allah subhanaw taala elevated and

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elevated him in the fourth heaven when the Prophet Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went on a journey and Islamic Mirage from Mecca to Jerusalem then from Jerusalem to the seventh heaven and then from the seventh heaven. He went and met with Allah subhanho wa Taala every heaven that the problem was I went through a poverty messenger. So when the

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sun went through the first Heaven, which was the first Heaven, he met with Adam, and then in the second one and the third one in the fourth one he met with Idris Okay.

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One of the hobbies that's been mentioned about Idris Allen Salah from the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the Idris was the first human being to grip the Pin

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to Start writing.

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Idris was the first to start writing and who was the first to teach people reading or writing and who was also the first

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to call for jihad. Idris alehissalaam. These are narrations some of our strong some of the week, he was the first to declare Jihad to wage war against corruption now up to the time of Idris there was corruption but there was no disbelief

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remember, up to the time, up until Idris Allah is Salaam, all mankind in the phases of them the obon evils Muslims by corruption,

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Mr. fee Cz, how long they were all believers can and also omoton wahida as Allah makes mission,

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man condo one nation worshipping Allah subhanaw taala believing in Allah azza wa jal, but as you can see Muslims

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Allah loves the messenger

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the guys

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the guys falling in the harem, but he's almost he believes is a believer.

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up until the time of Idris Allah Salam Mankato believers, but sins and disobedience start to become widespread amongst people up until the time of the distillation. So this was the first Iraq he was the first to teach paper I read and he was the first to start an initiate Jihad which is fighting against mischeif fighting against evil fighting against corruption. Idris Hello Salam was the first

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the first to call for jihad. And in some way acknowledge and say that he is the first one to start preparing the armies the Muslim armies and does arm is consistent of horses. People are walking fighting against corruption and crime. And it was predominantly widespread within the pupil of Bobby

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predominant was widespread within the people of puppy. Now it is

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Allah subhanaw taala says what I found now mccammon earlier we had elevated and ascended embrace Allah Salaam a high level in this dunya he after this integration, but this Malaysian you're not gonna find in the Hadith. You're not gonna find that in the notions of the notions of the problem homosassa them and even some of the scholars have rejected that. You probably heard of a salon with the angel of death.

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Angel was a good friend of Allah Salam. And then he told him I want to go to the heaven. So there is Allah Islam was taken to the heavens and he met the Angel of Death there. So the angel there was a friend of Idris who was speaking to the angel of birth. And he was saying to the angel of death, Idris wants to delay his death. So the Angel of Death tada was with me in the fourth Heaven, so the angels, amazing Allah Subhana, Allah Thomas, again, take this all of the fulfillments all thought about a hell, I'm gonna take us on the fourth of him, and he's on earth, and one

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soul was taken. That's a story. And you probably heard it from Messiah. But that story has no verification,

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has no legs to stand on. That's why I'm not gonna get into this system. I'm not gonna talk about it. But what happened is that

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these are things that last panel Dan had mentioned,

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this Allahu Salaam.

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This was known for his party, and it was known for his righteousness, and he died.

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But he aged and as we mentioned, about his righteousness that Allah subhanaw taala even praised him for his ongoing honesty, and righteousness, and Allah subhanaw taala elevated them in this dunya and now he's in the fourth heaven. And that's something that's very for them. It's a problem Amazon says, are encountered and met

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in the fourth heaven. So the problem homosassa met with a number of prophets and messengers, and one of them is it

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makes mentioned the fulfillment, maybe the interpretation of the verse in which Allah subhanaw taala says what Allah also had elevated is Allah is Allah, a high elevation, high status, maybe that's referring to being the fourth Heaven, meaning the fourth, heaven

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passed away.

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After Idris

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some of the scholars say there was a gap, a period of time, though there was no prophets and messengers. I want you all to pay attention to that, after it is not comes. But the scholars say between Idris and no, there was 1000 is

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one Millennium 1000 is these are the nations. So between Idris and the next prophet? It was more of these animations, you know, these are just analogies that the scholars come up with.

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So there is a gap between the race and the next prophet nada Salaam, that gap. Some of the scholars are up to 1000 knees

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in the gap, disbelief and worshiping someone beside the loss of 100,000 to occur, had to occur. This is an interesting story. How did how did corruption in belief start to occur? Before

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during the race, there was corruption that is haram there were scenes, but they were all believers, Muslim that believes in the lives of every

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Muslim that believes in Allah subhanaw taala and refuses to believe in any

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drinks, commits these commits, but he's Muslim at the end of the day was a believer, up until the time of

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there was a gap. There was a period of time there were no prophets and messengers and

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in that gap,

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you have prophets and messengers, under the prophets and messengers, usually there are students call them Sahaba acoem disciples.

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These are the close people like in

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these days, it's got close people around him they learn from him understand him, they become his luck, these disciples his followers. So prophets and messengers, by default don't have followers. Not all the followers that are in one level, not all of them are in one level. Some of them are very close to the prophets and messengers because the prophets and messengers want him to be close. Some of them are bit distant, some of them are very distant.

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So after prophet Idris Allah Islam passed away, obviously, the way I grew up of righteous people, there were a group of religious people that surrounded Idris and learn from Idris and follow the breeze and start to impart the knowledge to those that came after him.

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So people start to take those disciples of Idris and the disciples of the prophets and messengers start to take them as examples. There are role models, the program messenger passed away. Now we've got these disciples, they're not prophets and messengers. The disciples are followers of these prophets and messengers that are students of this province are messengers and the other best examples you know sometimes when you talk about a prophet messenger The first thing that crosses your mind is a prophet messenger he's saying Okay, he's too much of an example for you take those followed him take

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off man only take him as an example if you want to compare yourself to the proper there's a huge discrepancy you gonna say he's gonna say he received revelation inspectors you burn one life Jupiter comes and speaks to me once I'll be 24 seven in the mosque. Don't worry

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knows. So follow the disciples follow the companions and the followers of the prophets and messengers. So likewise during the time of introducing followers, he had best students. Thus, questions Rogers people approached people people used to look up to. So people used to say, okay, Idris, Allah is a messenger sheath Allah, he said, I'm Adam alayhis, salam, and a lot of these other prophets and messengers out there. But these are the names that we know. We used to look up to them, they were prophets and messengers, they passed away. Now we take the disciples, we take their followers, we take their students as

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role models, we're gonna take them as our own models, we're gonna look up to them, and follow them.

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So people are mankind, so to look up to the followers and the students of the prophets and messengers, what happened, eventually they died. The followers, the prophets are messengers already done. And people start to take their followers to take the disciples, the companions, their students, call them whatever want to call them, people start to look up to them. And then eventually, even the followers and the disciples and the companions of the prophets and messengers, eventually they died.

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People now sitting amongst they stuck, we used to look up to the prophets and messengers, they passed away, we start to look up to those, they used to be close to the prophets and messengers, they also died. What do we do? Ha, who woke up? He can't say he was asleep. He's always the shape on lanata. Laila, he realized our people are stuck now. And you know, this is when the shape on takes advantage of someone when he stuck. That's why I said when you get angry when you do sit down, because he doesn't take advantage of the when you stuck, shape and comes and penetrates. And it starts to tear things. After the disciples, the followers, the teachers, the students of the

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prophets are missing just passed away, which people will take him as examples of role models when they passed away that was talking to said what do we do shaitan came in and said,

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and Subhanallah remember what I'm saying? Which I thought was to take out of the den, he uses the dude take care of them. He uses the didn't take care of the local shaitan did, he came to people. And he said it's unfortunate to hear that the prophets and messengers passed away and used to look up to them and follow them. And then it was the disciples the followers, the teachers, or the teachers of PayPal after the prophets and messengers, the students of the prophets and messengers used to look up to them though your role models and also passed away. It looks like you're stuck. I've got an ID shaitan government ID

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he said my ID is these people they look up to what can you draw the pictures?

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painted pictures, when used to look at the amount of alliances? Okay, they didn't know, how can you just make a drawing of them paint a painting of them. Remember how they used to look like just make a drawing, at least when you look at the picture reminds you of them. But you know, a police her than she ever associate, you know, with all the stuff

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that a police

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officer is like, No, no, no, no, no, no, no associating with Allah subhanaw taala stuff.

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All you have to do is used to look up to the prophets and messengers they used to remind you of Allah, after they passed away is to look at the students and the disciples of those prophets and messengers, they remind you of Allah now the prophets and the students had passed away. You need someone to remind you of Allah. So the best thing for you to do right now draw some of their paintings or the some of the pictures and put it in your houses or put them in some in public areas. So when you look at those drawings, when you look at those paintings, when you look at those portraits, when you look at those pictures, reminds of Allah, people sort of answer Okay, well,

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that's interesting.

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So they did.

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Initially, stuff.

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No association with Allah subhanho wa Taala over Beloved, there's only one God here, there's just enough paintings to remind you of Allah subhanho wa Taala. These are painters the reminder of those righteous people.

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And it did happen with the first generation.

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Now the second generation that comes after it, they grew up in a household. Parents are just looking at those photos reminds them of allies or maybe they've picked up a bit of the third generation cam and said Our purpose is to worship those photos. So what happened here? They fell in the trap.

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A lot makes mention of names of righteous people during the time of those prophets and messengers. Allah subhanaw taala says wakad

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talkin Walla, Walla, Walla, Walla, Walla.

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Got to check to know I was mentioning names, what the Yo, yo, nice. Who are these people? These are names of watches.

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People that later on became statues on autos the people were stripping

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it all started from the term of Idris and mohalla his solemn

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It started as photos Rimando a lot but don't worship them but as generations come and go started to what you know the culture boys and the understanding boys it was what the setup of at least llama tamale butter shaitan gets you

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We shall proceed to stop by you know I told you Primal Primal Fear la Primal

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Primal that can be so embarrassing you don't even pray I brush my leg

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so you pray pray pray pray pray to the extent you start adding the price the price completely shape on shape I look what's happening something we backboard each other for the sake of Allah sometimes I don't know how that works.

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We slander each other for the sake of Allah, this organization slathering this over this just talking about this. This email talking about this email for the sake of Allah has not for the sake of Allah shaitan

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he's maneuvers manipulation and that's how the worshipping of Otto started until no alayhis salam Salam came no Allah is around this three fathers between no 100 Raisa no he's the son of lemak the son of

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the son of Idris Okay, so this to this for three generations between Allah Salam Alaikum Salam

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Salam was a prophet a messenger of Allah subhanaw taala gives us more details of the story of north than the story of Idris even the story of

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Allah and Allah subhanaw taala even revealed a chapter on Allah Salaam amazing things about no Hello. He did not leave for 1000

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he did not live for 1000 he called to Allah subhanho wa Taala for 150 years he lived to about 1200 these are some narrations are mentioning 950 150 is calling to Allah

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preaching never stopped Leyland wanna horos Allah mentions during the day and night calling to Allah subhanho wa Taala 950

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did not give up on calling to Allah subhanaw taala into the Foreign Service. So now how are you Salam is a story about next week. So Misha, Laila and Mustapha go to Sharla next week to

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ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us from the monks doesn't listen to me. Listen, he doesn't