Abrahamic submission

Sulaiman Moola

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The transcript describes the definition of slaughter in the Bible and how it relates to the definition of bryman. The definition states that bryman is a brighter brighter beast than a lamb or RAM, while the Sunhair of principle is the submission to the will of Jesus Christ. The prophets are expected to be on a beacon leading to the supreme sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

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So what's the Sunnah of Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, the Sunnah of Ibrahim Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And the other man say he slaughtered his son.

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Why? Because the definition of slaughter is immoral seeking

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to pass the knife on the neck now to get slaughtered that's the effect of the slaughter.

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Imran was seeking whom to pass the knife. That's the definition he did that. Now for the knife to cut. That's the effect that's separate. That's separate. So bryman is Salam slaughtered, right. So the other might say the Sunnah of the Prime Minister is not the slaughtering of his son, no, the lamb or the RAM. But the Sunnah of Ibrahim alayhis salam is submission to the will of Allah. And the pinnacle manifestation of this submission happened at the supreme sacrifice of His Son. Hence the prophets are some Setsuna to a beacon. May Allah bless you all