Tahir Wyatt – Names of Allah – Episode 05 – Al-Wahid

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of showing that Islam is one of three or the third in a certain category, rather than just one. They also discuss the use of "monster" in media and its potential use in English. The speakers also touch on the concept of "one's weight and the weight of one's heart," and how it can be attached to things like money and money. The conversation then shifts to the topic of the summit and potential conflict between multiple people.
AI: Transcript ©
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Using a loss of Hamlet to add his name, Elijah had to do what? To show that Allah subhana wa Taala is a lone, solitary one, and that he does what all you claim all those other Lords can do. He does that himself. And why alcohol? The unrivaled compeller which we'll talk about the significance of that as we go on and Allah

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Allah azza wa jal also says in the Quran so here we can see that one of the last names is what why and alcohol from this I

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allies with the law says la de la jolla toughy the water the last of me may have Luca Masha Suba Hannah who Allahu wa Hidaka her so then I want you to think here who he might who this address might be going towards. If Allah wanted to have a son, he could have selected from his creation, it will

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Exalted is He Subhana? He is Allah, the One Allah hate alcohol. Okay, what's what is the significance of mentioning that he is the one in this particular eye?

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Because Because Christians say that he is one of three or huh.

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Or he's three in one

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mesh? mesh, you will accept that answer. But what does that have to do with this? I because this doesn't say anything about three here.

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Okay, because they because they say that a solid a solid two sedan is the is the Son of God, then that would mean that he that God would have someone that is that is like him?

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Right? Because it that not necessarily a partner. That's not really the issue here. The issue is that he would have someone else that is like him because, you know, cows don't give birth to flies. Right? So if God was to have a son, then that son would also be at least similar, if not equally similar, right?

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Right. So the idea is that let's shut all of that down. He's one he doesn't have any part in it is nothing similar to him, there's nothing, no, he is one, lower the lower and you're toughy though other than and then the other thing is, if he wanted to have a son, why do people in general have signs

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to carry on your lineage? Right, some of them think that Think of it like that some of them want to brag and boast to read to have someone else on earth that resembles you to have someone that takes care of you, when you get older to the end of it, right? People have signs for the reasons. The point is that what what Eliza gel is is saying here is that he doesn't need to have a son to do any of those things, lower the lowering and toughy the water then less than he could have selected from his creation, whatever he wills without going through the process of you know, having a Sahiba as he says in another eye having a a female partner and then producing children when he had the will and

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really i mean when you think about it, it

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it's it doesn't make make sense.

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Which is why there's a lot of mental gymnastics that that are done on the other side to try to make it look like make make it look like it makes sense but it really doesn't. And so, a lot of parents are also addressing the the

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Christians and other verses he says, Look at calculating the cost condo in the low 30s with a letter or Mammon Illa Illa Illa Hoon wide. So last minute it says that those who say that Allah is one of three or the third of three. They have disbelieved. Look at Kappa, Kava, and Lena Kahlo and ally 30 says that they have this belief, which is interesting that they are actually some Muslims, who say that Christians are not Kufa

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and the lust for data clearly cause them that in the Quran.

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And I mean, that's neither here nor there when it comes to the way that the interaction with non Muslims whether they are called Khufu or they not Muslims at the end of the day, but then there's like this third category I don't know that some people want to make, but we have believers in and this believers at the end of the day, those disbelievers are different categories. But at the end of the day, they're not Muslim.

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So Allah Subhana Allah says

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capitola Dino calm and a lot Sadie says Elijah Mammon he lives in La Jolla, Hawaii. And there is no true deity except for the one deity. Okay.

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Well let me answer one Morocco Luna Lima Sinhala, Nina Coco, minimiser Wanna play? mash? Alright, so we have evidence for why

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than ever This is from the Koran play how many times in the Koran 22

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The evidence for

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Hmm, what's this evidence for?

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I had yellow somebody read

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cola who Allahu Ahad doesn't say he's I

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know, but there are a hadith

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where Allah Subhana tada mentions that he is where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also called him. Allah had so this that I had as only been mentioned the Quran once. And it's in this surah surratt class.

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And this surah

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as the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA Lam said

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tadeu through telco and will lie I just still take a quick

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minute just to talk about the importance of sorta teleclass right it is the probably some says equivalent to a third of the cry

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all right, what what does that actually mean? I mean, let's let's give that a little bit of thought here. A man came to the prophet Isaiah Salaam to Sudan. And he he mentioned that his companion that a friend of his had been

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repeating sort of the ELA class called Ah ha ha. It was as if he was reprimanding his his friend telling the prophecy some Look man, this man just keeps repeating, you know, call hola Hi. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him in the tidal pseudo Quran that is equivalent to a third of the Quran don't look at it as being something insignificant, right. And similarly, the prophets I saw him said to his companions, and he said I had to come angiography laylat in sooloos oakura is what do you find it?

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You know, difficult or do you not have the ability to read a third of the Quran every night.

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So that was difficult as the narration says, that was difficult upon the campaigns, they felt that it was like,

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is the process of actually encouraging us at this point to read a third of the Quran every night like this is going to be difficult to maintain. And so the prophet SAW it someone told them recall Hello, I had been attached to the Quran because it is equivalent to a third of the Quran. And it's interesting that this is sort of a class what's a class me?

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It means sincerity. Right? And when you are sincere to something, then it means that you'd have done what?

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That you have singled that thing out. I'm sincere to it, right? Only for that type. Let's go. Some of you read Arabic pretty well, right? Show me where classes in disorder.

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Where does it mention a class?

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Let's start let's stop stop for a minute.

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What sort of do you read when you start a lot?

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unfair to her? Where is it I mentioned in in that Sora the word unfair to her?

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It's not so why is it confetti?

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Because it's the opening fetta means to open something right? In fact, he has the opening chapter in the Quran. Like this is called a class with the sword I after this call What?

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alfalfa? Now alfalfa, alfalfa, and alfalfa starts out cooler. Oh, to be Robbie alfalah five, so let's clear by the soda after that.

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And NES cola will not be an NES the soda after that.

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I have the lamb just make sure you guys awake. hamdulillah All right. All right. So if we go here solely to the class, then you might say well, why is it called an A class?

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Because it's so heat. Okay. We get it that definitely, definitely totally hate in there.

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Because if you look at these attributes, okay, I had a some of these names. They are the names that call us to a class, which we'll talk about shala All right.

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Because he is the unique

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His attributes are the perfect attributes. Who else would you worship?

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Who else would you worship except for the one who is perfect? Right? He's perfect in his creation, perfect in his knowledge, perfect in his wisdom, perfect in all of these attributes, then he is the one that is deserving of that worship, he is a summit, whom you turn to for all of your needs. Right? So this is interesting that these names both I had in some of the only mentioned once in the Quran, and they only mentioned in this order that's called a class.

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It's interesting.

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In any event,

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as we see this important that this order is quite important, we'll talk about, we'll probably get to it towards the end of the class inshallah, we'll talk a little bit more about the importance of sort of tele class and how it should become a part of a part of our lives and, and sort of teleclasses what what is it talking about,

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is only talking about one thing, period, Allah, Allah spent with that. So the sorter itself is kahless les panatela is solely for Allah subhanho wa Taala and it calls you to a class which means that you single out Allah subhanaw taala in in your cost that is that he is the only object that you seek out and what's at play those sort of is amazing sorta

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shake was 70 mi Rahim Allah has a treaties just explaining sort of to the class. And it's quite lengthy, and I hope that at some point, we get to go over it with the last

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further evidence for the philosophy, the English

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I narrated the messenger of the law, and he slept was not heard a man saying I asked you a law bearing witness that you are a law, there is no true God bless you. And I had a son that did not be get

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did not have a child and was not be gotten nor was important give him birth and to whom no one is equal. A laws messenger sons of law who I knew He then said he has asked a lot by his name by which when asked the gifts and by which when supplicated he answered

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demands and

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evaluated it as somebody as did other scholars of Hadith Okay, so let's go over this Hadeeth

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because again, the names of Allah Subhana Allah are known for both the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet it is selected the same so barreda while the Allahu and said that the prophecy is seldom heard a man saying Olam any Salah could be in the head had yet another words, this man is asking the law. And he's imploring Allah Subhana Allah through his names and attributes first and then he's going to ask for what he wants. There's another narration as soon in a video where he goes on to ask Allah Subhana Allah to forgive him of his sins. And so from the etiquettes, of of making dua, is that you don't just go straight into the DA

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is that you praise Allah subhanaw taala

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and that you send us a line Salaam upon the Prophet Isaiah salatu salam, and then you begin your day. All right, so

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let's just look at a practical because there's one way to probably send them heard of man he was in the masjid and he was making dua and approximately someone said my hair cut is staggered. As for this one, he was hasty, because he was just making dua without slowing it down without praising Allah Subhana Allah first and sending salicylate upon the Prophet it slides was saying you

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select lgnsw

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what is selected janessa

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sorry, the funeral prayer when do you pray for the one who is dead

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after the third Raka

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is no rock as after the third tech Viola

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when do you make the right Why don't you start making do it for the one who after the 35 Okay, so why don't we just go right away. I mean the whole point of that just as is the

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Do what? To pray for him? Why don't we just go right away alone and start praying for him?

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Think about it.

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What are you doing the first tech Viola

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and fancy hat? The fact he has starts out with what Alhamdulillah you're praising Allah subhanaw taala even even when you're making do I in fact you how you're starting out with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Rahim, Maliki or maybe you're praising allies or a joke was names in his in his attributes? Right? So you start off with fatsia second record what are you doing? I'm second record. Somebody got me.

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Second tech VIERA,

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send us a line slam upon the messenger is alive. Right? Aha. So you're actually following the prophetic method of praising the law, and then asking the law to exalt the mention of His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's what you're doing first? Because that's more likely to make you

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be accepted. Understand Thai?

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Alright, so here we see that this man is also he's also starting out with this same before he even makes do I say I asked you Oh, a lot ask you what bearing witness that you are ABC and D. Right? So he's going through?

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So he says a llama and yes, we need

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another words are law.

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I'm to say it loosely, please take this into consideration. As I before I make my do is call it tawassul. Right?

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How do you translate that?

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And tell us

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Okay, perfect. As it is, it is asking the creator based upon a deed that you've done.

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Right now. Right? So here he's, he's talking about the deed that he's done. The greatest deed is that deed of towhees that you that you testify, to lie nyla so he says a llama in ESL oka, Allah asked you by this deed that I have, and by these beautiful names and perfect names that you had the head and neck into La,

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La La Land. So I testified that you are a law that there is no true deity except you

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had to summit. Allah had a summit type? Who said this, the prophecy some or somebody else? Somebody else? How is what somebody else says in evidence that that's the name of Allah?

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Because the prophesy sound did not correct him.

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Right? That's one number two is number two is he benefited those names from the Quran? He didn't just make up names out of, you know, pull names out of his hat. Right? But he said those names the reason why we consider this to be evidence is because he said it in front of the Prophet it was saving the property some did not correct him. So that's what's known as a Tucker de right, that the prophets I send them they call it tacit approval that something was done in front of privacy somewhere something was said in front of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and he did not reprimand that person criticize that person so forth. So that's considered to be also from the Sunnah we

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consider that to be sooner he says being the shadow and against Allah Allah Allah Allah and I had to Samad a lady lemmya lead well I'm you lead well me akula Hakuna.

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So before you make do I this is something and this can be said in your saliva by the way towards the end before you make to shuffle. You can say this in fact, there's another I didn't put it here but the province I sent them actually encouraged us to say this door. So the the prophesy centum responded by saying look cut Salah loss of privacy. Someone heard this man saying that. He said look at Salah Allah bismi he led either Sunni lobby he out Paul will either do it or you'll be heat a jab, he has asked a lot by the name by his name. Okay, he asked a lot by his name, which when asked by this name he gives

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and which one supplicated when called upon by this name, he answers that call.

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Jay, these are things acquired. We don't we shouldn't just let these things go by, without at least talking to ourselves about making this part of our our repertoire. Yes.

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So that they can see the live feed slides.

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I cannot do anything sir. But Zack Hello. Hey Ron.

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So this was this was collected by the for the man So who would have 40 minutes Abu hanifa Malik,

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Chevy and except that in Hades terminology does not the 40 minutes who's considered to be the four when used to it and Hadeeth

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la vida Muslim out out of this

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okay play imagine

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and the say Abu download and totally alright so Abu Dhabi to determine the necessity of imagine without tirmidhi necessity over no magic

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further evidence

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soluble hearty even I best narrated radi Allahu China and who my father she

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narrated that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam said, Lawson,

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the son of Adam test Allah against Okay, stop there, what kind of Hadeeth is this?

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It's a it's called a Heidi could see Heidi could see. Right? So a divine narration if you will, okay, because there's a lot of Hana data talking but it's not the Quran

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tells a lie against me, though, although he has no right to do so. And he insults me though he has no right to do. So, as far as telling a lie against me. It is that he claims that I cannot be creative, as I created him before stop there who tells that line

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machico they primarily this was this was the statement of Demetri Kuhn who, who said that

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at the end of sordid YesI

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call me your heel a llama? Well, he, I mean, they they will say Who? Who's gonna bring back these bones after they turn into turn into dust? Right. So, so here they believe they did not believe in an A here after. Okay. So last minute I said, basically what they are saying is that I'm not the one who is

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I don't have the ability to do everything.

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This is what the mushy corner says. So this is a lie.

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And as for his insulting me, is this statement that I have a child who said that

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the Christian is primarily Now let's go back real quick. Was the evidence that we use? Yes, I'm a citizen, are babble mucha, Federico una hiren ma la, la La Hidaka ha, my fellow as a diverse lores better or LA the one, the one the unrivaled look at the unrivaled. compeller but look at that. So here he's the mushy Kuhn. He's calling himself one. And the second eye that deals with the Christians. He's calling himself one know a lot of that is calling himself one. You go back here, he's also addressing the mystery cone and the Christians and then he's going to go back and call himself one Go ahead. No, hi above every imperfection and neither am I. I am bought from taking a

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wife or a son

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or offspring. So he

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right and this one had a lot and there it is the imperfection of man.

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I left out the part where he says no, I had an a summit, LEM Elliott wollam oulad and I forgot to put that in. So he says he says

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nl ahead and a summit right? I am. I am a summit. I have not taken I have not been born nor do I have any children tight mesh.

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Alright, well now we got to move through this along with Stan But anyway, we picked up some of the general meanings on the way these two names indicate a lot oneness and his uniqueness, single solitary, solitary, oh bye by himself, his attributes of Majesty and Honor. He is what is his essence with nothing that resembles him. essence attributes actions, that means in the makeup of his composition, definity and servitude, right so divinity and servitude here are referring Okay, so let's just take this number one these two names indicate a loss, oneness and his

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uniqueness let's go here and then we'll come back for those

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of us who want the

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highest every imperfection any issue and the most high is both as

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they come from the same room okay so what what is the root of

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why head nl ahead because as we know most of your Arabic words have a trilateral route so what is this what are the three letters at the root of why head and a head?

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The wow head and then the wow head and down that's it. That is not common in the Arabic language that a wow is going to turn into a Hamza but it does sometimes happen. And sometimes the wow will turn into a Tamar Buta

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right, like him, huh. Okay, so like, like in

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Scylla, sila to run, anybody know what that means? Scylla. To him, we're commanded to do that to do what? Right the ties of kinship to keep those times sila. sila, the term or Buddha at the end is actually a wow, in the beginning was Salah, that's the best also. In any event, both

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Allah and Allah had come from the roof. Wow. Had down. Okay, fine. Let's go back and then we come back to this fellowship. So the two names indicate a last one this year read that again, please. These two names indicate a last one, this is another words that he has no equal, he has no partner, he has no rival.

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When he being that he is one, there is nothing else there is no two, there is no three, he is one. And he is unique. So he doesn't have any peers or rivals, not

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his attributes of majesty and right? What is with nothing that resembles right? So there's nothing that resembles his essence, there's nothing that resembles His attributes, there's nothing that resembles his actions. And therefore, as a result, if you remember when we talked about Allah, the name of Allah, we talked about Lulu here. And the idea, we talked about his divine qualities. So he is one. And all of those qualities. And those qualities are themselves unique, as we'll cover when we start talking about the qualities that maybe somebody might be described with, like when we talk about shala next week when we talk about a law being a lien, right, which means that he has the all

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knowing his knowledge is not like the knowledge of human beings. And so his knowledge is unique. So that goes back to his name. Allah Hi. All right. And also these names require us to worship Him alone. Subhana, who were to add it because he is the one so he is worshiped alone. Reba katabi says,

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Bobby, Bobby, Rocky, Mama said, and why is the single the one without associates? And he said that

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is the one none like unto Him, who has no partner or peer. He's a partner who

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is not like anything else. everything other than Him is unique from one aspect only, there is nothing like unto him.

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Photoshop. So if we go again, they come from the same route. So let's go here

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is completely unique. Mm hmm.

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Right, and so Allah had we translated as what?

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The one so being that he is the one he can't be duplicated, he can't be divided as some of the scholars say that all of these are part of his name, the one a rather remarkable as for honey, he has a book that's good to have for those who are learning or want to learn some of the words of the Quran that are you know, unique and upcoming the Quran

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says says is a separate word which implies that one cannot have any comparison. A sole unique entity who does not have an equal or competitor in any way. He does not

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Have a second or affiliate, Allah, Allah, you know,

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this is just when you when you think of a hat, you have to

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you have to understand what it means to be peerless. What What, what does that mean? It doesn't mean he's in a category all by himself, like people use that terminology for like athletes, right? Or he's in a category all bottoms by himself. No, there's still other people that you know

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that do what he does just maybe not on his level.

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Allah Subhana Allah is totally, absolutely peerless. There is nothing like him no one who does what he does or anything like he does.

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And so Subhana Allah, I mean, when you think of Allah has you have to think of that one who has transcended beyond everything. Now, she could just keep going differences between the difference between good and bad, right? And why he is the one there is nothing like unto Him and His essence, whereas, I think, is the one is attributes in which there is none. All right, so just to summarize there very quickly, and it's sort of like what we talked about at the beginning.

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When we're talking about alpha hit, we're talking about a number. So a lot of data is one, he stands alone in his essence. He is not divisible. He is not

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duplicatable, if that's even a word. Right? Allah subhanaw taala is one.

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He's not three. He's not less than that. He is one subhanho wa Taala. And he is without a partner. He is without partner I had is referring to his attributes,

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that Allah Subhana Allah is totally an absolutely unique All right.

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Reba, Sadie says here

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Shaykh Rahim Allah said, He is the one who is singled out in all aspects of perfection, such that nothing else shares these with him. It is obligatory upon the servant to single him out alone and belief saying and the action by acknowledging his unrestricted perfection and his uniqueness and singling him out alone with all types of worship. Okay, so these benefits here are taken primarily from this book, which if you if you do know Arabic, I would highly recommend it's called fickleness man Hostnet

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It was written by Sheikh Abdul Razak, and better he's allowed to add and

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basically everything that Sadie has said in his works, shake up that Zach has taken that speech

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added on to it

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reconfigured it, and as brought out a lot of a lot of benefits. So we're gonna go through these inshallah quickly follow the first benefit knowing that Allah the Exalted is the one and only can inspire the sufferings of the law, the Exalted to dedicate all of their worship solely to a law, the Exalted and no other. By understanding this attribute of this, the worshipers of a law the Exalted are motivated to pray directly to a law exalted without including intercessors or associates for therapy or leave a law to Adam has no equal partner as he is the one right? Clear.

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All right, so the first benefit that we can say that one gets just by knowing the names Allahu Ahad is that your worship should be for him alone Subhanahu wa Tada. All right, play keep it going to

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last one that

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I had, and there is none co equal or comparable. Another word so here what we have is book book land at Tech efe. That is, and we've covered this prior in it the classes that we can't we can't

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say that Allah subhanho wa Taala His attributes are like anyone else's. Like we we say that Allah subhana wa tada

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hears but his hearing is not like the hearing of mankind that doesn't necessitate that he has an eardrum for exam, right? Allah Subhana Allah says that he has a face we have we affirm that for a loss of data, but we don't know how that is, and whatever thoughts come up

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cross your mind is someone who sort of used to say, you should know that a law is not like that, because a law is beyond your ability to,

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to comprehend or to to savoir Yani that you get some type of picture. And you know, whatever that picture might be is wrong. Right? He is a law head, he is ahead. He has no peer or partner there is none comparable or co equal to him. Nothing that you think about is going to be him. So Hannah, who wattana you cannot you don't have that perception. All right, so knowing that he is alive.

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If something is totally unique, how can you picture it?

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You can't, you can't. That's the whole point, no

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benefits. A person does not enter Islam, unless and until he or she believes in the oneness of the law, that is by testify that no deity deserves to be worshipped. Except the big because he is the one he is deserving of that worship alone. No deeds are accepted from a person until he fulfills that obligation of believing in his heart and testifying with his tongue that none has the right to be worshipped except for Allah. Tada. Okay, and this is why the prophets I sent him what he sent why to Yemen, this is what he started with before Salaam before the cat, he was to call them to what? Until he until he comes from what root?

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Why has that? Wow, hands down. Allah, Allah. All right, fire swindler.

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Very tired. So here, these are just some of the things that that need to be brought out. As the story goes below about the alongside and who was tortured by Polish that is without a doubt, they say that he would not go beyond saying I had done I had Allahu Ahad when when they were torturing him, they were trying to get him to be a mushrik they wanted him to return back to cover what the Latina cattleman Allah keytab, from Allah kita loliondo come in by the many come to fall on Hassidim in Indian fushia they wish that they would turn that they could turn you back to Kufa. Why hazard them in Indian Fujian because they inside of themselves had jealousy. You know, they, they didn't

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want you to be, you know, a Muslim, one who submits to the last panel. And so they torture it below. And below, I would just say, Allah who I had, I hadn't I had

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One in your life, that is only the one. No, no, no, no is a law, the only one in your life period.

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Only the one I had can fill that void. And so the idea here is that when you recognize that a law is a head, and you recognize that he is a warhead, and he is the one who you work for, this is the concept, that concept of towhee many people, many people feel empty, they fill up, they have a void, there's a space inside of them that needs to be filled.

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And so you find people who try to fill that void any way they can. In other words, they've done everything that they were programmed to do in life. They went to school, after school, they went to college, they got a good job, they got married. And guess what, they still are looking for something something doesn't feel right inside.

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And so they mask it to the best of their ability entertainment, which is a huge industry in this country. You know why? Because everybody's looking to fill that empty space inside of themselves. So because you can't fill it, then at least the least I can do is do what distract myself.

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So that I don't realize that is their

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entertainment, whether that sports music movies, halala hora,

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any anything goes

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other stuff that I'm not gonna talk about here. But the idea is what until you recognize ulduar hidden ahead and you turn to him, that void is not going to be filled, he has to be he is the one that can fill the void.

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And so turn it to him becomes very important and it leads to part three, or the third thing here which says what she not attaching oneself to the temple. So when the heart is attached to the temporary

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Eventually you're going to be let down.

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But when your heart is attached to a law hidden ahead, you're not going to be let down. Because he is

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the one without partner. He is unique. He is eternal. Subhana who China. And so, knowing that reminds us that this life is about one thing.

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Allah, Allah. So, you know, that concept of one is deep, it's much deeper than I have the ability to articulate.

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I probably need to write it out and you know, really give it some thought and discuss it. But I think that you can internalize this even if we can't actually talk about it. Just knowing that Allah subhanaw taala is one that he becomes your one focus and when that happens a lot It changes your life. It changes your life because you don't have to worry about

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our bathroom for the corner. You pads and and don't think that a god is something that necessarily has a physical structure.

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Whatever your heart attaches to, and whatever you love intensely.

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Which What do you get up for? Do you get up for fajita? Do you get up to go to work?

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perhaps I mean for a lot of people that their wealth has become a guide. The probability someone said tax after enough tax after

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and he may he perished The one who are he's wretched, the one who worships the dinar and the deer him the one who worships dollars and cents.

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And hasn't left him alone said equally on Metin Solomon, Yamuna, every oma has a has an idol that that it worships was on him or her the llama and the idol of this ummah as wealth talking about the home of Mohammed even have the last lie of Salah.

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So the reality is is that is that if if you are not focused on the one superpower, what

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if he is not your focus, if he doesn't become to you,

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and you don't recognize his perfect qualities, because once you recognize that he is an airhead, then he will become for you. Otherwise he will become that object.

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Then the reality is the hardest gonna be attached to something else can be attached to praise other people is going to be attached to status, it's going to be attached to wealth, it's going to be attached to something,

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you know, in a person is going to live for that.

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Or even partially live for that. And all of that is lost that you can't get back.

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You know, those those hours and, and days that you spent trying to impress this person to do something.

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At the expense of your relationship with the lost paradigm, it's some

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alongside it's a great loss.

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ha ha yeah. Ella hadal kahar Allah hate alcohol Thai what is Allah had me

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the one

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by alcohol

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we translate it as what the compeller unrivaled compeller play.

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You know we're gonna do since we only have five minutes and then a comma, I had a different activity. This what you're gonna do now you're gonna take the next minute and a half and you're going to work with your partner and tell me why do you think that Allah subhanaw taala combined between Allah height and alcohol six times in the Quran? That he is one and he is the compeller You got it? You know, the question is

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Hello, repeat the question.

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Yes. Why did the law combine between a law hit and alcohol six times in the Koran? All right, you have a minute and a half? Yes.

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A kahar. Yes, is one who compels one to do something nobody can resist.

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You know, if Allah Subhana Allah wants you to do something, there is no resistance. Right? There is no choice in that in that matter. allies will joke before us and that is necessary for any medic right?

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If you think we will, what names do we take last week?

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Al Malik, any king of a king doesn't have the ability to make you do something that everybody doesn't like when a king says, because how does the king rule again?

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King goes to command.

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A king doesn't necessarily anyway, the king rules through command, but if people don't feel like they have to, you know, they're gonna do

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it. So anyway, so a laws alcohol, and that's a great attribute, by the way is a beautiful name of the last Pantheon, which we'll talk about later on. But here the issue is, what is the what do you think is the one of the reasons or hikma behind? combiner you only have a minute and a half to get started.

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Let's go.

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is solid.

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35 seconds.

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35 seconds remaining.

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Doug got it.

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We think

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54321 Okay, time is up. Let's hear. Let's hear it. Mrs. Miller, who's gonna be the first one to volunteer? Who's your partner?

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Okay, Montez, go ahead.

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He told you to go and you're younger than him. You have to listen.

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Okay, the one who compels has to be from one source. Okay.

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What do you believe that, you know, if not this, then this could have happened?

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for some other reason or some other being?

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Okay. That's, you're onto something? Yeah.

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It is a command that he's the one. What do you mean?

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You're saying he compels

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us to know that he's the one.

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is legitimate. He's the only one who's compelling is legitimate. No, I wouldn't say that. I wouldn't say that. You may you may compel someone to do something. And you're right. And and they need to follow you there.

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Yes, he's the only one that deserves to be worshipped because he provides without, without

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any anyone else providing for you. So he deserves your worship.

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But that wears compel coming to

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worship rather than him father.

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as opposed to the many different jobs okay.

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And also,

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what's motivating somebody?

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What will be motivating them to worship other than Allah?

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So how does kahal type? I'll tell you, I'll tell you what I think very quickly and allows parents Allah knows best. Oops.

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And that is that

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I need to compel usually, from a junior perspective requires

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me, especially when we when we're talking about on a wide spectrum, and we're talking about kings because the last time I was also a medic, right? I was trying to give you all that hint in the beginning, right? The King usually compels by himself or he needs an army army.

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So is he alone or he has like a whole massive, you know, system behind him to compel.

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But a lot of fans out there saying he is the compeller even though he is a lie,

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that he doesn't need armies and all of these things. He is alone and even on top of him being a laggard, he's still a con. He still is the compeller and last minute Allah knows best. We're gonna stop there.

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As you can see, we were ready to do what today if somebody says somebody they have a problem,

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a summit. Right. So inshallah we'll start with a summit the

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next week. But we'll also wrap up

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ahead. Why hadn't I had because there is a there is a connection between a lie that I had and and the summit, Allah Subhana Allah knows best of Hannah Colonia hunting shuttle, you know and stuff, look over to the lake.

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