Ramadan 2018 – 11 – Ruqyah & Talismans

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While he was hoping he will sell them as a single t shirt today, which is the 15th 1439, corresponding to the 31st of may 2018. We're going to continue with the eighth chapter in seven to eight, which is called battle blackjack, and we'll call it what.

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So we're going to cover the chapter that deals with the subject of rookie

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and amulets or talismans to men, which is the plural of jemimah. But before we do that, as it has become customary for these lessons, we're going to start with do i that is learning the remainder of the Hadees that we've been covering.

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Probably along with China animal who said that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam used to make the following do I love them? I'll slickly Dini and Lydia was going to MIT. Also at the gala tea was with

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them, and she passed with the

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mid and we've covered those three sentences and recovered the meaning of those three sentences. And we should have memorize them or at least know the meanings and save them in English if you can't memorize an Arabic but you should try this is prophetic do i do you should push yourself to to actually memorize it. We said that those three statements mean a lot of rectify for me set right for me fixed for me, my D, which is the safeguard of all my affairs, and fix for me my dunya everything about my life. And this is also inclusive of your actions so that it must be gas, no one should have done it to make your actions righteous, make your life, right. Correct it for me, because it It is

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my livelihood. And this is my livelihood and fix for me my year after two which I will return. So we've covered those three, the last two sentences we'll be covering today in a shallow dive. And that is watch I didn't

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see the 10 me the Holy Grail. Watch it.

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See the 10 lead equally faithful. So you're asking a lot here to make your life an increase in all that is good.

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In all that is good. So when you think about the good things of life,

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we're talking about being content, because this is very important.

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What do you think is better for person to be content with what they have? Or for who and even though they only have very little, they just have enough to get by? Or a person who has a whole lot of material goods material things, but they're not content with what they have? Which one do you think is better? jumped out to be content. And that is why the profit is selected was so damn said Lisa Lavina. And Kathy Lau Well, I can Alina

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true wealth Filipina. And we know that from the names of a lot of fans out of his own. Right. And Athena, which is that true wealth is not based on having a whole lot of things. And if you think about it, okay, even people who have a whole life, most of them can't even use what they have. For five cars, how many can you drive at one time, how many of you actually drive in a month, you know, he's got one house here, vacation home and this place in that place.

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You may know people like this, even though they have all of these things, what winds up happening is that they have more anxiety, more worried because they're worried about their possessions. And in fact, then their possessions become the controller of their hearts, as opposed to them being in charge of their possessions. And this is again, for people who are excesses. That doesn't mean that, you know, we shouldn't try to have the things that we need in life and to be able to take care of our families. But the point is, that these things don't control you that you are still in control of the situation, and that you are content with what Allah subhanho wa Taala has given you. Because if

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you're content with what Allah subhana wa tada has given you that you're actually happy. And this is what you're striving for. A lot of people who have a lot of things are still not happy. And so what would you rather be happy with little or unhappy with the whole life, no doubt, we want to be happy. This is part of our human nature that we want to have

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the degree of happiness and a degree of success in this life. And so in this time, the process of aligning with someone was teaching us to say what to

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do

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You're telling me

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you're asking Allah, Allah make my life for me an increase in all that is good. And all that is good from the material things, and also from the spiritual and emotional things, you're asking the Lord for all of this. And an increase in all that is good, is also inclusive of your

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actions that can be the actions of your heart. So loving the loss of habitat is something that is good against the wall. second issue is having to work with upon a loss of no time and all of your rights to action. So this, this part of the drive is similar to the one that you make when you're going around the campus between the Yemeni corn and the black stone up at s&s with jr has said, Oh Lord, give us the good of this light. And so we're going to ask you the law or law in

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the editor, to make this like an increase for me and all that is good that the closing line of that is what I the motor watch, I live in no time off my to leave the shop, and make that be for me a relief from all evil.

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And that is profound, that we make that do it. Because this life has its degree of people. There are trials and tribulations people are subject to what we would call

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right. People are subject to and some people live in situations in political climates that are chaos, some people so

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but what does that mean when you say make death be a relief? For me that that means that what is after that is better than what has proceeded. And so you're asking the last panel what's sad, to me what is after death, which is you're here after whoever dies, they're here after has begun,

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that you're asking the last panel Medina to make the hereafter something that is good for you. A place of bliss, a place of calmness, a place that you would enjoy

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and that you are relieved from any of the hearts that you may have been facing in this life. And so that part of the plan is whatever it is at the

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VA to leaving the shop and make that be for me the relief from all that is evil and this honey is collected by a human Muslim. And

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prior to today, I mentioned that this might be in pistol Muslim, which is the small book I'm sure many of you have seen. They translated as the fortress of the Muslim however, I did not find the Hadith in

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a Muslim and researcher shall die that you'll be able to, to find the honey, this honey this that the profits of the law, it was some use to me is so important for us to make in our lives because it's comprehensive. It talks about the good of this life and the good of the hereafter. And this is one of the reasons why this was to do either the prophecy someone chose to make when going around the Capitol. And you would think that in going around the cabin,

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that the prophet Isaiah select was sandwich choose the best.

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Right?

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When going around the Kaaba or at least between the Yemeni horn and the black stones, the prophet said weaponizing them to do there is no class nobody has been looking at them but now hold on give us the good of this life and the good of the hereafter save us from the punishment of the buyer. Is there anything that you can think

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that you want right now? That is not included in that?

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But if you are looking for a righteous, beautiful spouse, is that included in that?

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Number 19 avalonia has an older version of this month. If you need reliable transportation, you need a good car. Is that included in this heading? Absolutely. If you want to draw closer to Allah you want a lump to bring you closer to him. You want to be a better servant of Allah. Is that included in this heading? Absolutely. If you want gentlemen, is that including this how do you want to add on gentleman's that everything is included in this heading excuse me in this new era, which is popping it never doing it has no authority has an option either not to do either. We just covered from samosas

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starting from the beginning of it to the end which is

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a llama stalking medium and the horse was empty Allah correct for me. Muy bien, which is the St. Barnabas

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My prayers to the end of the day, it's very similar in meaning to that gland. And there was a companion

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who came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And this is collected and as soon as

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you say Allah Sula

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seen or done,

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what then?

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I don't have the ability to that then then literally in the Arabic languages, you know,

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right. So if someone's making glass, and to themselves I mean that is that they're not raising their voice like, like you wanted to pollute or something like that. And they're just making

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it sound like it sounds like Perhaps he's coming. Right? So the man came to the Prophet it aside to sit and he said, I don't have the ability to hum like you and want to do I can't do it. Like, I just he said, I don't know how to. I'm not as effective as do I don't know how to say all the things that you say and do. And he says, I asked the love. I asked the love for the good of this life. And I asked him to safety from the fact that this is what I asked a lot all the time. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, Hola.

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He said, this is what we're humming about. Everything that we're asking Allah pantile that at the end of the day, it all goes back to to these two things that we're asking for the good.

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And the dollar figure. Right? So if you look at the prophetic do I

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most of it.

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In fact, you could say all of it goes back to, to these two things asking for something that is good in this life, it was something that is good in the hereafter. But if we were to say that then we might say okay, but why is this? You know, why do we say somebody do it? Why are they all these prophetic? promises? Why are you so used to me?

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And the reason why it allows you to dial in those best is that sometimes we need to say it to remind ourselves. Sometimes we need to spell things out. So that we remind ourselves so for example, a llama igneous helewka it men mazzei Allah as before beneficial knowledge. What is like eBay? And allow your earnings, whatever, then go to cabana? And these that are accepted by you? All? Right. So you asked me for three things here, right? Number one is beneficial knowledge. Number two is what? A keyword allow earnings. And number three is actions that are accepted by law, your deeds, that just means face up to my last minute.

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Isn't this covered? Under give us the good of this line?

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Isn't it covered by that? It is. But when you make the line you say, Oh, look, you made a good in this life? Are you necessarily thinking about beneficial knowledge? Not necessarily. Are you necessarily thinking about pure and kalau earnings? Not necessarily? Are you necessarily thinking about actions that are accepted by a loss of data? Not necessarily. So we need these other two that we make that we asked a lot of fans out, of course, as a reminder for ourselves that as we mentioned before, the tongue often reminds the heart often reminds the heart. And so when you ask the loss of data, for beneficial knowledge, then you start to remembering you know what, I'm spending an hour a

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day reading through social media things and reading the news. And I'm not spending an hour a day reading the Brian, you start to remember that you say, wait a minute, I just asked a lot of beneficial knowledge. Now I need to do my part, which is to go out and see them beneficial. Now, I need to go sit in a circle of mouth, you understand? And so you're reminding yourself when you ask a lot for halau earnings or you're in allow earnings and then an offer comes to you. Maybe you do business and somebody gives you an offer and it's more money than you could have ever imagined. But it means that you have to do something that's hard

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and then you start to remember no I asked a lot for allow your permission I'm not going to go do this thing that is hard there's going to earn a loss of habitat is anger and then what on top of that kind of luck now I'm eating the HUD on my do asthmatic segment I'm feeding my children with

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you know, putting a roof over my head would you say no, I just asked the law for allows revisions whatever line is gonna jump provides me with from the hell out and that is what is going to be better for me. And you don't know a lot of you how many people have turned away from the HA as a test from the last panel data, only to be given that which is better from haloumi

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It may not come until after time, but mintaka shaken, I want them to hang on me, whoever needs something for last time alone will replace it and substituted with that, which is better printer. Anyway, so

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and then you ask for loss of data, or I'm an amateur

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actions that are accepted by lost paradigm. And we know that if we want our actions to be accepted by Allah subhana wa tada that they have to be sincerely for him. So you're asking the laws of hell data for sincerity to help you to aid you in being sincere, and there's a lot of temptation, especially nowadays cannot be sincere. We have a lot of, you know, ways to publicize our good deeds, and to not be sincere to a loss of habitat, or to what the dunya for, you know, actions that shouldn't be for the hereafter. So, when you're asking the local candidates out of four actions that are accepted, you're asking them for sincerity. And you're asking him to be from amongst those

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emulate the Prophet it is selected the sedan will comply with the teachings of the Prophet alayhi salatu was so they will comply with it sooner, because anything that is outside of them, anything that is outside of the sort of the profit is allowed to swim is accepted or rejected. It's reject the profit it is allowed to synapse it when I mean, I am an athlete.

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Whoever does an action that is that has no precedence in this affair of our meaning no precedence in Islam, that it will be rejected. And so when you're asking a lot for it accepted, actually, if you're asking them for sincerity, you're asking him to be pronounced those who truly strive to emulate the Sunnah of our Prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent.

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Again, if you just said, What do you have to know, give us the good of this life, you may not be thinking about these things. And so we memorize these prophetic Do

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you know, and it's amazing that our Prophet Isaiah select was Sam summed up just by saying, Do I believe that? Do I is the worst, right? The same way that you know, we say that he is the man, you know,

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he is the best worker, you know, do I know worship, because everything goes back to God. And so here

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what we should be doing in this month of Ramadan especially, is learning more prophetic lat and incorporating them in our lives so that we can go on and incorporate this to the next Ramadan, you've mastered five or six or seven more, do I have this Ramadan, then the next Ramadan comes, so you do six or seven more.

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You do that over

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a 10 year period, you're going to know 60 or 72 hours to the proper somebody, some of you estimate, and you're going to be making them on a frequent basis, and it's going to change your life. It will change your life. But you have to learn them and implement them now. So

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today,

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we're going to cover again, chapter eight, from the tablet to eat. That chapter is majority of recall what to make in this chapter is super important to quiet.

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The Prophet, I think it's Salatu was synonym

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used to make guru pm every night before he would go to sleep.

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You know what he would do?

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He would gather, he would put his hands like this.

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And he would recite,

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pull,

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pull out.

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And then he would what we might say, not spit, but blow out in his hands with a bit of

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moisture

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that you're not spitting in games, but you have to stick out your tongue just a little bit

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like this, so that a little bit comes out and then the Prophet is allowed to snap would wipe this bite biting starting with his hate.

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And when the Prophet sallallahu I mean he was some of them

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got sick. Towards the end of his life when he was a matter of fact, he told me a long time and had said that it was the sickness that eventually led to his death.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam could no longer even hold his own hands.

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And so I said Robbie alone

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would hold the hands of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for him and she would recite into his hands and then she would use his hands to wipe his body because the fact that the body of the Prophet It is so much was Salaam was blessed and this person is physical beings.

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I think as someone who was blessed

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and so she didn't use her own hands, she used his hand

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to wipe over his body even though he didn't have enough power to, to lift lifted himself some of our bodies.

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And so

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Rukia

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rookie year, which, a lot of times in English, they translate as incantation, but that translation is, is misleading.

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And that's because when we think of incantation, and the English language, automatically, what do you think of when you think of witchcraft? You think of a magician as sort of sorcerer somewhere, you know, you know, doing some kind of spells. And this was not the case, this is not okay. So, to backtrack, a rookie, a rookie has different means. So to just say that it is incantations incorrect, all right.

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What, what is closer to a good translation for lupia is that it is

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because in the Arabic language that is, in fact, what it's closest to, it is a form of

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Alright, so we could say in vocations and that to invoke a loss,

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or whatever it is that they may have been invoking, okay to invoke, and usually Rukia is for protection.

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So you could say protective, okay, you could say protective in vocation, this would be a closer translation for Rukia. But I don't think it's important to actually understand that you have to have a translation, I think that as long as we understand what the word Rukia means, that will be fine. So, alright. And so this, this chapter that we're going to cover, deals with both Rukia and Maggie, and to Magnus, the plural of Timmy money, which is anything, usually anything that is

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hung for a for the purpose of protection, or to bring good fortune.

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And people normally wear them around the necks.

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But that does not exclude the fact that some people put them on their animals, that some people put them in their cars or their vehicles, some people put them above the door of their homes. All of these are considered to be two men, two men, and from the same

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angle, even though we're not going to deal with this today.

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It's what a lot of people do. Have you ever heard like the Olympian Olympians or, you know, famous athletes, they say, What's the secret to your success?

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And they say, Oh, well, there's this, there's this pair of socks, I always wear on game day.

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That's the same form, they're wearing it to do what? To bring them good fortune, or to protect them from some kind of evil, or somebody's lucky sweater, or key chain, or any of these types of things, even if they don't actually hang it on their body, even if they don't hang it on their back. And then some people follow some athletes follow a similar routine. So they want to sit on the same seat

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in the bus, you know, every time they get on the team bus.

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All of this is from the same, you know, category that we're going to cover today. So, the author says, what has come, what has been narrated regarding a book on what to make. So, these are the plurals Rukia and tamina whereas, in the previous chapter that we covered, the author says, it is from ship to wear a ring or a or a straight to tie a string around or ring or a bracelet or anything like those two things in order to repel harm or to counter acts are to protect from our with the counter. So this this as we study in the last chapter is sure there's no doubt about the degree of shirt is different. So it may be major which takes one outside of the fold of Islam and it may be

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minor for which one needs to repent.

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Doesn't take them outside of the bullet. When it comes to my work on the opposite did not say that from shoot is to do Rokia because

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Rukia can be both it can be from Tony.

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And it can be from sure our profit is select the appropriate and his performance appropriate was to was solely for Allah subhana wa Tada. So it was towhee. But a lot of the rookie and that is done and that was done was considered to be shipped. So we're gonna cover that and sell off time. But let's start with the first heading

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Allah has the learner volition Indonesian el Massimino servire.

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Narrated by Abu Bashir alongside it, may Allah be pleased with him. He was in the company of Allah's Messenger on one of his journeys on laws messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a messenger ordering there should not remain any levels of bowstring or in any other kind of necklace around the necks of camels, except that it is cut off under honey and mustard. So this idea which is collected by a party and Muslim

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on the authority of elegushi party on the inside, and he said that he was with the Prophet it is SelectUSA them and they were traveling.

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And so the profit is the lack of a sedan set his own messenger. And he said someone with a message and that that was saying if inheritors, it comes in some of the narration probably a long time and

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he told him to let the people know.

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And also for him to to actually cut himself to cut off these necklaces. Every he found them on Ed Campbell. Now what is he talking about? With the the Arabs of Gemini you used to do?

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And many of them would send their their animals to Mecca no matter where they were from, for what purpose?

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For sacrifice, right, because the Arabs of Jamelia also use to do a sacrifice, they had a hike, which was inherited from people to whom it is a lot to say, as we know, he was the first one who legislated the or sanction the Hajj. So they would send their animals for.

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And of course, along the way, there are a lot of things that can happen to an animal. And so they wanting to protect their animals from harm.

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They believe that by tying this vote string now you know, the bow string.

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I mean, for those who do archery, right, it's the part that that's tied to the bow, that fullback that over time gets worn out. So you have to replace, right. So the ones that are old and worn out, they would tie around their animals as a means of protecting them from dying, you know, the evil eye or any other type of misfortune.

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And so, this is what is what they call PLN attunement what this is, okay?

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Which which is that bow string.

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So the practice of it was someone told them with a shield I'm sorry, or actually sent as a heretic to let the people know to not leave any of them except that they cut them except that they cut them off. Now.

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Why is it that the prophet Isaiah select from Sudan said that this needs to be cut? It's because it is it to me man, it's because it is a an ambulance, as we covered in the past, less.

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There are three things here that we that are problem with wearing ambulance. All right, three things. Number one,

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who is the one that decrees good fortune or misfortune.

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Allah subhana wa Jai, he is the one who will decrease ever someone to believe that by tying a necklace around an animal or around a child or anything else, that they can now repel the decree of Allah subhana wa tada that this is a form of ship.

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Because no one can repel that decree, whether it is misfortune or fortune, except for a loss. Mm hmm with that. Alright, the second thing is directly related to the first is that a person who now ties this thing and believes and actually believes that it is going to bring them something that is good, or it is going to repel some type of harm, that they have now attributed a causal efficacy.

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You're a cause and effect relationship to something that Allah subhana wa tada has not made a, a cause and effect relationship.

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So,

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so for example,

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if we say, we want to protect this candle, this candle is going to be used in battle. And we want to protect this candle and we put armor around the camp, not a string, but we put armor around the candle. Is there anything wrong with it? No, because there's a clear cause and effect relationship between putting the armor on and protecting the candle from arrows and these types of things. That cause and effect relationship is clear.

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If it's not clear from the [???]ty I mean, if we don't have any texts for it, for example, it's clear from trial and error, it's clear from experience.

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But what the string, what is a string border protects the camel from

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nothing. So there's an attribution of a supernatural cause and effect relationship. This is what they're saying something that is not clear from the [???]tier. Nor is it clear from experience. So they have some kind of supernatural cause and effect that they say exist. And that now

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is attributing a cause and effect relationship to other than Allah. And that should, because the last panel data is the sole one who has created the causes and effects.

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So we otherwise we're saying there's another creator besides a loss of habitat. Now, again, the person who does this doesn't realize that this is what they're saying, otherwise, they would be outside of the fold of Islam. Right. But this is in effect, what they are saying. The third thing. And so that should be the main Third thing

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here is that

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there becomes an attachment on the part of an individual becomes attached to the string or this object itself, such that if you want to go to them, and this happens, when you want to go to them, and you sit down enough, this thing doesn't cause any benefit at all. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Why because the mark is attached to the actual assets, and not attached to a lawsuit kind of attack.

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And so that is should and

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and again, these are, in general, these are minor forms of shooting. They don't take one outside of the fold of Islam, but they show a major deficiency in one's worship of Allah subhana wa, tada, hello. All right.

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So in this heading, what we benefit from this is that if there are any thing that someone ties around an animal

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for good luck, as they might say, or to repel some kind of evil, then this has to be cut. But what about dog collars?

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What about dog collars?

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Is it okay to own a dog in the first place?

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This if you own the dog, because if it's a hunting dog, or you have a dog for protection, but you shouldn't bring it in the house. Anyway, there's a lot of

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details that need to be done. So let's just say it's permissible for you to own a dog.

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Under those circumstances, and you have a dog, is it permissible to put a collar on the dog? Or is that collar like a like what we're covering right now?

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No, the collar is not like what they were tying around the end because the collar originally were low either. Historically, they say that the Greeks, they say the ancient Egyptians were the first ones to put collars on dogs, right? But that the that the Greeks were the ones that became famous for it, and they they used to put spikes on it, because they use their dogs as shepherds or to protect the flock. And if the wolf was to come and try to bite the dog around his neck, they would be spikes as what they say and that that was the trend for Congress. It wasn't it wasn't for protection from any kind of or you know supernatural protection. And now you know people because on

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a cat's to fleas and these types of things like that, like So in any event, if the object that is put around the neck of the animal is to ward off some kind of evil or like we said some type of supernatural cause and effect relationship, that it is current it is considered to be a minor form of shift that next time

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evolution

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Good, may not love you pleased to have him narrated that he heard the last messenger beta Please leave me the Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him saying, Rupa, tema m, and T are all acts of ship. idolatry slash policies of

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this study was collected by Ackman in Abu Dhabi, on the authority of intimacy with Ronnie along with China angle. He says that he heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that our rokoff which is the plural of rokeya, and 10 man in which is the plural of two Mima, which we said are amulets.

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And T one, which we'll talk about in a minute, inshallah are all forms of idolatry. They all forms of ship.

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And this has been his study has been greatest irony by many of the scholars from the letter scholars.

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Like so

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let's go through these terms, one by one because the author gives us definitions of a ruka timaeus A and A T, what we're going to go through them one by one, and we're going to talk about the rulings of cielos after that

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is the act of putting an amulet around the necks of children to save them from the effects of email I if the amulet contains the verses of the Quran, or Allah's names or attributes, that it is allowed by some ancestors and this allowed by some yummy, the same the ancestors here is translation of something as permitted by someone and not permitted by others.

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May Allah be pleased with him was among those who disapprove them. Okay, so let's start with tomato, tomato, which we said is the plural of the Mima, which I am us fight. I just and I want you to be as as honest as you can, is the big time of Ramadan, and you need to be true. How many of you

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know someone, don't exclude yourself? Who has or wears a to me, and you see someone by showed me. But it's prevalent in the Muslim world. And it's also prevalent in the non Muslim amongst Muslims as well. They were, for example, some of them. This is actually this is actually very common. And a lot of us because we don't know the origin of these things, we don't even realize that a lot of people wear an eye on their penance. You know, it's gold, and it's in the shape of an oval, and there's a little, there may be a pearl on the inside, that's actually an eye. And they believe that this protects them from the land and protects them from the evil and a lot of people with many in the

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Muslim world, you'll see wearing something around their necks, very small pouch leather. A lot of times if you ask them, what's that this is the Orion inside of it, or something like this.

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So here, the author is giving us a definition by example to seal them. They say that it's not an actual, what we would say is a firm, comprehensive definition. But he says that the domain

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is something that is hung on the next children.

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Sometimes, okay, so is it is it only children? I only know a lot of people.

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All right.

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Now he goes on and he gives us two categories. There's some that are from the crime

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and some that are not from the crime. So in other words, the person may wear an amulet that has ISO for sealing. So that from the bride or not from the bride, like that has one rule.

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Another person wears an amulet. That's a four leaf clover from the bride or not from the bride, not from the bride.

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amulet

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and it says For example, that he just had some random names on it

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from the Orion not from the bra. Okay?

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If it's not from the Orion, it's hot.

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It's not from the forum. It's time

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without any difference of opinion. Right? Like Are we clear on it? If it's from the prior

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now we move to the next. So either

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Babel seven.

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If it's from the Quran,

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then some of the sellers have said that it is permissible to wear and others

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said that it was not.

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So from a mouse souls who said it was Matt was even Massoud Robbie alongside an animal who's also the narrator of this heavy.

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And the companions of God, he is with students like Alabama and an S word. And he brought him and Nephi he and others hormones, pistols.

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And it was

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the mother of a baby mushroom that became prevalent in alcova, which is where an Imam Abu hanifa came along, Tana was, and he kind of embody the method of living and a lot of positions.

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So here,

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he said that some of them said it was permissible with Brian and others said that it was not permissible

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as regular Muslims, what do we do, when we find that there is a difference of opinion amongst the scholars,

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we should do our best to follow what we see is closest to the text, what's closest to the text, that's what we should attempt to do.

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And in doing that, we

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will be innocent in front of us

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will will have done what was upon us because we found that they differ. Now here, because the difference is amongst the Sahaba themselves, you can almost guarantee that there's never going to be a consensus on something like this. Nor is this something that we should be super strict about, for the simple fact that if the Sahaba themselves different over an issue,

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then in general, there's a lot of leeway. Because we don't know this habit at all to be from time to time. Well, I mean, they weren't people who came to their conclusions, following their desires, they came to their conclusions based off of their understanding of the text. So

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what we do find is that many of the campaigns and actually shut down the alone time and it's been authentic, the narrative, or at least has been authenticated by many men have been way more lozada and others who came after him

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that she said that tomiyama

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is for men comfortables only valid. It's for something that is worn before a person is sick. So before a person faces an illness, he shouldn't wear anything at all, not from the poor eye. Not from other than the bride shouldn't wear anything. But she said that Behringer rezulin bulaki for that whatever comes after a person is ill then no it's not considered to be a to Mima gang. It's not considered to be from the shift key ambulance

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when let's see the woman a

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man who wish that a lot of times and we have sent down from the Koran that which is a cure. So some of the Sahaba

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said that this

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is a proof that you could wear an amulet that has the Koran.

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And that's because Allah subhana wa tada said that the poor is a sheep and it's a cure and he did not specify the means for which it is to be used as a fuel.

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And so that is why you find many of the sellers as well. Even though this wasn't the practices the profit is a large percentage directly. You'll find them reading before I'm into water, for example, and have someone else drink the water

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because the Orion is a sheep let me let's take a step back.

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If I told you if I told you that as the prophet Isaiah select was a

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black seed is a cure for everything except for death.

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So now you know that black seed is a cure.

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Okay,

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perhaps is some sort of cure for everything for all illness.

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So, illnesses may be something that an internal or external

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Can I take flaxseed as it is and rub it on my skin and it's

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expected to cure? Or do I need to turn it into oil and use that to rub on my skin or I don't know. Because the sooner the last detail that part of it details that it's a cure, but not necessarily how it is to be used as a cure, if a doctor gives you a certain kind of medicine,

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and it may be a remedy for whatever you're dealing with.

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But if the doctor did not specify to you, for example,

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take this system many times per day, or with a meal or without a meal,

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or for this many days, and then don't take it anymore, or whatever, then you're only going to know through your own trial and error or other people's trial and error.

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And so with those Sahaba, and those who came after them who hold this opinion, would argue is that the Orion assess effect. And we agree on that. We agree that the Orion is a cure. However, we don't have any specific details to how does it how it is a cure. So where it might be you're reciting it might be if you're reading it into water might be or any of these things, and though for the ones who say that it is permissible, this is part of their evidence. And of course, we don't have enough time to go into each particular issue in extreme detail. But the point is, the point is that those who say No, you cannot wear any form of any whether it's from the foreign or not, they all agree

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that you cannot wear it if it's not going to work. So we finished with that.

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The ones who say that no, even if it is from the Quran,

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they're going to use the IP that we're covering in this particular chapter from a most is not to hang anything on your body or anywhere.

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Or the likes of these headings. So they say No, there's nothing. And then other ones say no, it's a key word.

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But even then the majority of them say after

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the person who is afflicted with something not to be born as a repeller of harm, like

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those who say that it is impermissible.

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They mentioned a few other things. I think it's not worth it said we were allowed to Okay, so number one, they say we have to say that you shouldn't mean anything. Number two, at this point is important.

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And that is they say that most of the time a person was wearing a an amulet, with the Quran, it's in case correct is not just like you can't see what it is is inside of a pouch.

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For those who know some people have warnings. Now one of my one of my teachers have been over London,

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he mentioned that he met a person who was wearing this and he told them, we need to open it and see what's inside. And he said, No, no, no, we can't open it. We can't open it. So what do you mean?

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He said, No, this is what I you know, I wear this.

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You need to open it Who gave it to you? And he said so. And so he said, Did you see what was inside is

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that how do you know is different is that I just know because it protects it.

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So he convinced him that you don't have to fear the amulet.

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You don't have the hope in it. You put your hope in the last time you put your mirror in the last time. And let's open it and see what's in anyway you convinced him.

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He said when he opened it, it was for adding is mixed with the names of Shafi.

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All balled up, okay, balls up crumpled up. And then in case in 11 cases, and like sealed shut,

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like fire sealed, you know, not just sewn. But like there was no way to Oh.

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And this has happened on a number of occasions.

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So a lot of times, here's the point that they're trying to make is that the person who's wearing what he thinks is the grind may not be number one. If number two, you can't distinguish between this one and that one. And so what they say is it is a very acrimonious ship. It is a means that leads to some wearing a different form of animals. And so because they're so similar, leave them alone. The third thing and this is also quite important.

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If you had a mishap like right over here, and you took them to would you walk into the

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to the restaurant but that was happening.

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Would you have intimate relationships with your wife while you're holding the most happy,

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but those people who wear this to me, man, they never take it off.

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They never take it off. And so what they say is is empty handed.

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It is a it is a way of degrading the book of a loss of habitat, to put it in that form, and then to go into the bathroom with it, you know, the grading for the book of the loss.

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And so avoiding it, avoiding it is without closer to the text. And it saves a person or keeps a person from falling into those things which would be degrading to the book of a loss of habitat and ultimately displeasing to our creators who peddle what

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we call a Rocha, or Alexa is the act of reciting incantations charging your expectations. We said it's not a good translation. I'm glad that actually came out there. Because we don't want to use incantations for or ruffian. We want to say invocations, or protective in the patient's family is the act of reciting protected invocations, charms etc. Those are allowed in which there is no trace of shift.

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The Prophet

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the prophet will have met, maintenance Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him has permitted it in case of being bitten by poisonous insects or disturbed under the effect of an evil eye. Wow. Oh, yeah. Okay. So here, the author reading aloud to Anna. He goes on to say when it comes to opium, and he gives us a It's also known as Eliza, only they call it this an Arabic The point is, cookie is

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anything that is read

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as an invocation, primarily, for a cure for curative purposes. Okay, treatment purpose.

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And so,

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here, the scholars of Islam

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have h Max, they've come to consensus that rokeya is permissible under three cert under three with three conditions, okay, other than that, they make different but the if these three conditions are fulfilled,

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then they say that it is

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there's consensus that it is permissible to perform rule number one is that it be from the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. Or from the prophetic do is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recently, okay, so and,

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you know, I want us to understand the importance of Rukia.

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Because Rukia is a way to use the Koran as a cure. And each one of us can perform Rokia for himself, or you can perform rokeya for your children to protect them.

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Now, we talked about in prior chapters,

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we said that they are that the profit on a site was Sam said that is 70,000 people from this summer.

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Who will enter

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it there's 17,000 people

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from this coma, who will enter gentlemen, without any recognition. And without being punished. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to make us for almost all of us.

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Who are they?

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It's difficult to be from amongst them if you don't know who they are,

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how they sell themselves.

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Who are they give me something.

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There are those who do what

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they want.

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The Sony hack

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might give you I'll give you the end of

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the end of the Heidi Prakash who stands up to cache with a son and he says oh messenger of Allah make me from amongst them and probably say samosa and tomato next man stood up and he said, Oh no, oh, Mashallah. ask Allah to make any promo stuff.

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And he said we can

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beat you to it.

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Like, the province of Ontario is such that we're living in a lie. Yes.

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They are those who do not see a road

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do not seek Rokia

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type stay with you.

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While they're

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yet to find Yona, and they don't believe in or use omens.

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And we what do we mean when we say homeless, these are natural occurrences or not things that you actually do. But because of something that has happened in the last creation,

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you either proceed to do something or you withhold from doing something. And they called it and it's a fight, you're because it was related to a fight, which are birds. So a lot of times, if they saw a flock of birds, and they would make the birds disperse this diversity to the left, they would say, Oh, that's a bad sign. I'm not doing anything today, I want to travel down and travel today. And if they go to the right, and they say, Oh, this was a great set of points of travel,

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will allow you to use many different things. So we'll talk about that there's a chapter specifically dealing with that. So when I get to a point, yo, that's the second thing, so they don't see rookie, and they don't believe in or use homes.

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Ya Yes.

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Right, which is what

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they don't count arise, they don't use counter.

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And we talked about the details of that.

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And then the fourth thing is the combination of those three orders to thing that pushes you to those three, must be him you're telling Kevin, and they put their trust in a lot they rely upon and depend upon him to kind of over time, right. So these are the four qualities of those people who enter Paradise without without reckoning, and without being punished. The first thing that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said here was they don't seek rookie, but here we have the process on to a rookie, we have

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placed on them and I just said you should appropriate for your children.

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So how do we how do we understand that?

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How can we understand that?

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And I mentioned this before, Yes, you do. Have to do looking for yourself. Okay.

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You can do for yourself. You can do Rokia for someone else. But you should not seek someone to do it for you. Someone may just do it for you may be in a hospital, for example, you have a pain, the doctors cannot figure out where it's coming from the man who comes to visit you. You didn't ask him to do okay, he just begin to start to put his hand on whatever that pain is. And he reads sorts of fancy Have you read? You know, eyes? Of course, you can ask him. So there was no his standard

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out of 10 in the Arabic language nice to see something like is still found means that you see a little front that you seek muscular from a loss fantastic. This

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is still called while a yes. They don't seek rookie, they don't go out looking for it.

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Why not?

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Because they have true dependence upon Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that Allah is a Chevy. He is the one who will assure them. And so they've been looking for themselves, and they do looking for their children and their children ask them to do it.

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And the premise of why it was such a bad idea performed on him to prove the real key for the profit idea.

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And it's quite a long time. But he didn't ask her. Nor did he ask, do

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you understand the difference? So here

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is permissible as long as there is no ships unit. And so we have the heavy

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out of ematic and SJ

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which is collected by the man.

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And out of America the allowable attack angle, he said to the promise of lightning was summed up almost in a lie. We used to perform Rukia and Jay Z before Islam is is still something that we can do. And so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, to present your book yet to me, let me see what it is that you are saying what it is that you're saying. That says the ruka Melania fee should

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rewind Muslim, he says there's no harm in doing a book on as long as there is no shame in it. Now, how does one concede that there is shed and hookah or

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what is Rokia? What is it? You are what reciting something

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Either reciting the Quran or you're reading do I over a person all of this is Rokia.

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How can we can see that there may be some shooting a wonderful person is going broke yet in a language you don't understand.

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What if a person is going broke? Yeah, but he's using names of the gym, which is a sequence name to him Alliance Allah, He says, what is common now in this time and he died in 728. After the digital, he said what is common what is most common in the Rukia which is that understood that is it is not in the Arabic language and it's something that's understood is that they're using the names of God

01:00:46--> 01:00:52

as a means of invocation, so they actually calling upon other than Allah

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fight will go back to the conditions, the conditions

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for Rokia to be considered showery that is sanctioned or legislated in Islam. Is that number one that would be from the book of Allah, or from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is.

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The second thing is that it be in the Arabic language.

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What may you have? Now, this is what you've been finding a lot of times, and what is understood. And so, here,

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if a person does rope you in other than everything is fine.

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As long as understood,

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as long as it's understood, so if a person calls upon a loss, meaning a person has been broken, and they don't know Arabic, they don't know the Arabic language.

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But they take their children, they hold them close, but they put their hands on their children and they recite, you know, whatever, they made those certain verses from the Quran in English, they don't know them in Arabic, but they know certain do it because they don't know them and that's okay. That's okay. And if it's in Arabic, then by consensus of the scholars, it's okay.

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Well, may you come by, and then the third thing is that the RA p, that is the one that is performing the Rukia does not believe that the roof pn has power in itself,

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but that the healing is bilasa cannibal was added decree and ability

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D. So these are the three names by which if they these three conditions are fulfilled, that there is no difference amongst the Dhamma that it is permissible to do.

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And as the author mentioned, the prophet is so it was Sinead mentioned that it was permissible to do Rokia.

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For the evil eye, one has been afflicted by evil eye or, or is suffering from a poisonous insect bite or anything along those lines. And

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that's been collected on both sides Bukhari and Muslim, the authority of a show on the long side and an innocent man it really allowed

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us to hop back

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to B which meant is something done by those who claim they can cause a woman to be more beloved by her husband or vice versa. Right.

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So the prophet SAW Selim said here this in this heavy of a mess around the low tide angle in la roca, which is what the portal of

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tamiment. And

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it should, and then see whether they translated as B which is a form of sorcery.

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A lot of times it may even be in the form of a potion, or not, that they made. And they say that it makes a woman below more beloved to her husband, or a husband more love to his wife, that is the ones that perform it. And there's no doubt about it, that this is shift. Why is this shirt?

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Why is this shirt? I'm asking?

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Because why?

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Because outside with Bryan Bryan was setting what is Tony so he needs to do a signal out on lost power and data in what in affirming for him his name and his attributes in his actions and also in your worship of him. All of that is considered to be true at every single out a lot.

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So we say that from Allah, that his actions is that he is the one who does what causes He is the one who creates causes and effects.

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If now you say drink this potion,

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you know, Abracadabra, whatever they say. Drink this potion. And this if you drink this, your wife will love you like nothing

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No, she'll be mad about you prefer that, Okay, I'm gonna drink this

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is that something that has been shown to us from Revelation

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that it brings about the love of another person? No.

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It's something that we have any type of,

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um, supernatural experience, and know that someone is attributing a cause and effect relationship to other than a launch panic attack. And that is Xu

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de la general came narrated the following.

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This is the third IV. And then after this, I think there's three, or four, there's four. So there's four headings. And then there are two, two narrations from the tabie. So we've just covered the last two headings, and then those narrations a lot quicker than we want now, because they all cover the same topic that we've already covered. So

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I'm delivering okay narrated the following metaphor, Id forever, Hey, Mark, that it's their return on the profit it is collected with finance. That's, that's the terminology. When the scholars have been seen, most of

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it comes from the root.

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Okay, which can mean to sack Alright, so it means that it stopped at the Sahabi.

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And to the human, I say, mom comes from the word refined, which means to raise, meaning it didn't stop at the savvy, it was raised. At the profit, it is allowed to say, whatever eggs are attached to something will be entrusted to it.

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So whoever came that the province ally, oh, someone said, Whoever came or attend to something will be interested to that thing. And again, we see that this is what happens to penalize that when people do hang something on their neck. So they put something above the door, or they hang something on their car,

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that they now start putting their trust in that thing.

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And once they've done that a lot of times on and even to themselves. And if you are interested to something other than a lost animal to Island, then you have been forsaken period. And you will not earn for gain the protection of Allah jelajah that man,

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I haven't reported the tradition of ROI. May Allah be pleased with him who said that Allah messenger May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him said to him, oh, Roy fair, it may be that you will live a longer time after me. So in the form of people that will ever ties the knot in his beard, ties any string or cord around the neck as a charm, or uses an animal dung or bone cleans himself, after relieving oneself, then we'll have met as this owned him, has nothing to do with him.

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As soon

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as also narrated this honey,

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or the authority of raising money along with

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the profit somebody was someone said to him, yeah, well, you've been perhaps you're going to live a long time.

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And in fact, he did. He lived over 50 years after the hinterland he died like 56

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which was, you know, 40 some odd years after the death of the Prophet solo it was. So he says to the wavenet, perhaps you are going to live for a long time. So inform the people who do these three things that I have this owner that Mohammed is selected Sudan is but he has nothing to do with it. Now, as

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if that was your father,

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at the Prophet, but your father said, You know what,

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if you ever

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restaurant

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if you ever eat at this restaurant,

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then I am free from for example, I'm disowning you

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might want to consider you to be pronounced by children. How would you feel you would never eat at that restaurant? I mean, because it's not that something worth it for you to do. And you love your father, you don't want your father to disown you for something. So when some strong language someone says that they're buddies from the lab free from you, I'm disowning you. I don't want anything to do with you.

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And so a Muslim when it must come years

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The process of aligning with something

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is free from him, is this owning him? If he does something, then a Muslim has to take that to heart

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and say, wait a minute, what are these three things and make sure I don't do any of them so that I am not disowned by the messenger of a lion is allowed to sit in. And not that this goes to the year at the moment, we have to remember subpattern law,

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we want to drink from the hold of the Prophet it is alive. And the year after those who drink from that hole will never be thirsty. They will never go thirsty after drinking from the home. But you can't drink from the hole that the Prophet is select whatsoever unless, unless he invites you. And so the Prophet is alive today has freed himself from you, how would he invite you to drink from the hole. So it's important that we take into consideration all of these meanings. When we think about

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the Prophet it is the license for them to declaring his law, that he is this owning. And so the prophets I saw him here mentioned free things. And for the people that they do these strange things happen to line with some of the story of the first one he says is whoever does what ties and not in these fields.

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And the scholars have had, he has mentioned various interpretations, when it comes to tying the knots in a beard and what exactly that means. And many of them say that it was his practice of some of the machete code that they will put a certain type of,

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I guess you could say formula in there, beards and knock them up as a as a means.

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The same way that we talked about these amulets and the things that people could, you know, we talked about some people, some athletes, who they'll wear the same socks for every game, because they believe that these socks bring them up. Right. So it's the same kind of thing that they would not see your beards have a certain kind of way,

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in order to prevent harm from coming to them.

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And we know that it is from the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah salatu salam to make sure that especially when we're praying that nothing is folded up, that everything is supposed to be loose, right, so even the prophet Isaiah select with Sudan, and it is some heavy where person pray with your garments folded up with a broadly sound derivative from that. And the hair even being knotted up that the hair should be allowed to fall in such as you make such, and your beard is the same way. So in any event,

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that's not really actually the part of the heartbeat that is directly related to this chapter. And there are various interpretations of what it means to not the beard. But the point is, stay away from that stay away from that what exactly it was referring to, like I said, the majority majority of the scholars of having said that it was something that the outcome or the object media they used to do to their fears. The second part of or the second thing that the problem somebody mentions here, he says, Oh, 200, mega, whatever that is that he put hangs at thing around his neck.

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And he hangs anything around his neck. So this goes back to exactly what we were talking about. Even though what's up directly is the bow string. You know, that's that's on the bow and arrow, anything that a person would hang around his neck, the promise of life was selling the same day, he's free from this individual, and they're using it as an amulet.

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Or he cleans himself. And he after using ever using the bathroom, that he creates himself with dumb or a bone from an animal.

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And this was also common prior to Islam.

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But the prophet alayhi salatu salam mentioned that the dome and the bones of animals are the that are the provisions of the enquanto from the prophecy Some say your brothers from the tin, so do not use it to clean yourself than I used to.

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And so

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Islam and Islam, the best form of cleaning oneself after using the bathroom as we know it is just in general, which is to use water as opposed to the city's ma which is to use some type of solid object not to use water.

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And there is no harm in combining between the two. This heavy use collected by accident.

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Know what the clothes were,

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like the last, the last to just

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say you didn't have to buy or sell or whatever cuts an amulet or tails, men from anyone, it would be equally equivalent or equal to liberating the slave. Okay? This is this is deep, and I want you to pay attention.

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All right?

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When a person when a person is wearing this chart, when it's better, and let's assume, as we mentioned, is the difference between amongst the scholars between those who wear it for with the prime, and that which is not from the bride. So let's assume that it's not from the bride. And they all agree that this is hot. All right.

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What do we say when a person wears this talisman or they wearing an amulet, that they are opposing Toby?

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from two angles? Number one,

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is because they are attributing a cause and effect relationship to other than Allah, Allah, this thing is going to repel evil, or that it's going to bring any

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good fortune for us. And so where is that, in effect, a person is saying this, someone else has the ability to create causes and effects. Besides the lost fans out there, that's the second thing is then they become attached to the thing that they are wearing. And they're not putting their full trust and reliance upon Allah subhanho wa Taala What is this thing that they wait around and they are good luck bracelet or ring or whatever it is? So say that you made? Rahim Allah tadesse from the temi. He says here ever cuts that it's like he's ran to sleep.

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Angela, do we know the reward for freeing the slaves is a huge reward for freeing to sleep in the same.

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But here, he's saying this is similar to print the sleeve. Why? I say that.

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Because this person, this person, in effect, has become a slave to that thing that he is wearing. Because his servitude is maximally follows fantastic. This is what's cool is not solely for Allah, depending on what time, he doesn't recognize the last challenge either as the sole creator of causes and effects. Now again, he's not going to say this off his tongue and he doesn't even realize, but by cutting that, now, his heart can become attached to the Creator of the heavens and earth and not attached to this thing that he's wearing around. And believe me, the true strength of a Muslim lies in his heart, the fact that his heart is attached to Allah Subhana what's happening and what his

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heart is attached to aligns with that one, then he's courageous. He's going to do what he knows to be right.

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Even if people don't like him, he's going to do what he has to do to protect this lamb or to defend his name. Even if people don't like Why? Because it's hard it's attached to a lot to kind of attack and he knows that whatever befalls him is because of lost fans island has already written and then if there was something that he wanted, good, it's not gonna come to him, it was

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already wrote it for even if the people were together up to try to harm

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so so panela the true strength of a believer lies in his heart and of his heart as attached to something other than Allah subhanaw taala is going to be weak, and he's going to be a slave of that other

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work. He also recorded the Ibrahima nothing said that they used to dislike all types of athletes, whether it was from the verses of Quran or anything else. He brought him in a very long time. Oh, Tyler was one of the closest companions of Apple lover, Mr. Weasley, probably a long way.

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But he was one of his closest students, he was a great scholar for most of the time, he was well respected amongst me. And in this Federation, he says they used to

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dislike,

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amulets, whether they were from verses of the Quran or from other than that anything that was was an amulet any type of chart, they used to dislike it. Who was he talking about when he says that and this is important because if you go back to some of the translations have attempted to heat

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some of the translators that made a mistake. And they said that the Sahaba or they say that the seller is not correct. Ibrahim unnecessary by him Allah. here when he's saying that they used to dislike he's talking about the companion

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After London, specifically for the alarm tag, what are you going to like? Alright, so all of them all of the campaign's I've ever loved. Massoud said that it was time to hang anything on your body, whether it was to the grind, or from other than the chorion. And we talked about that in a bit of detail, I hope in shallow data, that this chapter dealing with Rukia and dealing with amulets has become clear that we recognize in summary that it is permissible if it is from the Quran or from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is select with Salaam that our messenger so a lot of it was Sony used to perform look yo on himself every night, and he used it appropriate for a lesson in a scene. And then

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I showed me a long time and performed Rukia for the prophets of light of the sun him using his blessed hands to the Senate.

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And that Rokia was something that they do in the time of the companions, probably a long time No, but it needs to be clear in vocations from the Quran, from the Sunnah of the Prophet ideas, so it was sent out not something that is not useful. Okay. And that command that emulates in all of its forms, if it's from other than the poor either there's no difference of opinion. And then it was from the Orion that's still the strongest opinion is that a person should not hang anything on himself and Allah Subhana Allah knows best. I want you also to take it to heart to memorize the bladder we've been going over for the last three classes because tomorrow we want to start a new

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class. So to do either we've been covering that we covered the last 10 classes was the dryer that everybody narrated that the promise of love it was something we used to say a lot of them are swiftly nini under the oil but to me what

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