The Grave – Aqidah Wasitiyah – Hereafter #02

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Number one a stain on a poodle whenever they will learn Misha Julio fusino, cntr Marina, Mayor de la San Fernando de la la,

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la la, la la la, la la sharika y shadow no Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi. Wa early he was up to begin with certain limits esteem and dealing with Eli Ahmed Dean, and Nevada. This is the second class

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covering belief in the hereafter based on the explanation of shaking hands on everything mean for lakita Allah Sophia Bhatia presenting me and I have a lot of data.

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And today's date is September 24 24th 2019, just for archival purposes. Okay. So we're going to go right into class, we have a pretty long class today. inshallah we got to get through quite a bit of material. But first, as always, we have to get the juices flowing. So, review from last week what books we'll be using for this 10 week session and why. Okay.

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What books

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allottee that was defeated? By whom?

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No, no, who wrote Who wrote it? That was?

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Right. Take me a roll. Roll it the last time. What books?

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plural. So what's the other book we use?

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explanation of

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it. Okay, well,

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what are the books are always free?

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Right, right, the explanation as to how he's carried by benevolence and handed to him a long time. Okay, and we, as you can see, last week, we started using that and why are we using a book in the first place?

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Somewhere summer, we didn't use a book.

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Yes, let last week I talked about the importance of learning how to read. I don't, I don't mean phonetically sound out things. You You can read the words you can read sentences. There are many people have graduated from universities who do not know how to read. So what we're talking about here is not a literacy in the sense that you know how to put words together. But so that we can start to break down the intention of the author and question what is being written? I don't mean question that like a skeptic. But I mean, to begin to, to question what is the intention of the author trying to understand what you're reading? Yes.

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comprehension is good. Yeah, that works. All right.

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Why is it important to study belief in the hereafter?

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Okay, so so one brother says so that we can prepare for it. Okay.

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Keep going.

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Because it's a command.

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Okay. Yes, strategy man. Because it does strengthen your faith, no doubt about Yeah.

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It is one of the pillars of men. It's one of the pillars of the men so its status in the deen is beyond the status of anything that is not a tenant of a man or a pillar of an event.

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Okay, what else did we said? How many times there's a loss of parents out of mentioned belief in him coupled with belief in the hereafter in the Quran? Anybody remember?

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2123.

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I think last week I said 21 times.

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And that's direct coupling. Because there are places where

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we may not be directly covered and that that shows you the importance that our last cantata with join the belief in the hereafter was belief in him is a very

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clear indicator of its importance.

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But what else did what what else do you remember about the importance of studying about the here?

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How long will you be in here?

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And we talked about when you go to a place for a couple of weeks, you want to know about that place? Right? Because knowing about that place helps you to adequately prepare for going there. Everybody is

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Going to displace you, you know a lot of people, a lot of our people go to Disney World, for example, you know, they take trips here and there. For you go, you want to, okay check up and find out what kind of deals you can get, what's the best place to go and what lines to avoid standing there, what's the best time ago and all of that other stuff. And people go to other countries and Japan alone. And everybody wants to know what's happening when they when they get there. They want to know how to navigate. Well, the hereafter. Each one of us, in every soul on Earth, right now will eventually be there forever.

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And so studying the body is what helps us to better prepare for that day.

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Fight. What is shapeless, empty me is definition for faith in the hereafter.

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But else,

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belief and everything that happens after death, except that that was his definition for the last day. We didn't get a definition for the hearing. And remember what we said that sometimes the terms are used interchangeably, but if they use together the last day, is referring to what happens after a bath after the resurrection. Whereas the hereafter refers to everything that happens after death, including the last day. All right. But like I said, sometimes they use interchangeably. A lot of stablish rational proofs for belief in the hereafter give at least two examples from the Koran.

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Like

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the one that we went over in some detail last week, does anybody remember

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from the end of surah Yaseen?

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A lot of method and when SEO

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man puts forth an example for us.

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But he forgot his own creation.

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A lot other than methadone, when I see a hug, call me up long. What do I mean? Who is it that's going to bring life to these bones when he is scattered? Does he remember that?

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within the last transaction, how is the answer?

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Here, Lady Anisha

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Oh, what a Marwa say that the one who gave life to them the first time

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will give life to them. Again, that's that's what we call a rational proof. In other words, a lot of hands Adda is calling mankind to think,

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okay, if a lost pantalla created you in the first place, from a Nazi

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right, from this, this

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what we would say,

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Matt and mahina, which is

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they often translated as disgraced. Liquid, right? But not disgraced is actually not a good translation for that. But that's beside the point. Sorry.

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Okay, that then works. The point is, that allows kind of data created you in the first place from dust,

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and in some iron, from dirt, or from clay, that the point is

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that all of these are non living substances. And a lot of data created you in the first place from a nonliving substance. So why would there be a question about who's going to bring life to these bones that have decayed and so forth? manual he leave on when he army when they have turned into dust? Allah says that the one who created them the first way in the first place will bring them back to life. Okay, what other sequences pull out your masaka? As as you know, this is going to be an integral part of the class. So a lot of us have come to the end of sort of guessing.

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Yes, it is the 36 the chapter and the AI maybe begins from 78 I'm not sure yet.

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The slides at nine connected upstate

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Can someone

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someone talk to shake hands

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Please.

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He's given a test. You've given a test to somebody.

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He'll come and

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fight. We're we're

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sort of guessing. Did you make a damn Mohammed?

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You didn't make it the

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phone is dying?

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Man, that's a great excuse.

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Somebody else? Yes. No, I don't think so.

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No, it's 36 chapter Yeah, seen is that 36 channels?

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Okay, so that's the next day, the next day. So the one who created to the first day, and then he says the one who brings out fire from a green tree. When we say what's the significance of that?

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Yeah. Because the tree.

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Right, because the tree is a living thing. And it's moist, whereas fire is the driest of dry. Right? So here, a lush antalis showing his absolute control over everything to the point that even a substance that is normally you wouldn't expect the drive to come from the from the morning. So he's in control over there. And then the data will come

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in early now.

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Keep going next time.

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Did the one who did not the one create the heavens and earth is he not able to create? It's like, and

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so by extension, that which is easier than the creation of the heavens and earth, which is mankind? So do you see the rational proofs here be a setup. So in other words, let's just look at it like this.

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If I said my target, target can lift the car, it's about

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this one ring, you don't believe

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this, sorry.

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Like a Pinto.

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Let's just say he can he can lift an entire car, okay, then we say he can lift this computer.

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And he

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is more likely to be able to lift this computer because he can lift the car. In other words, a lot of data saying that he can create what is much more difficult than the creation of man,

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which is the heavens and earth and everything in between. So therefore, bringing back life to man, it's easy. Also also on the first one, he says he will create it the first time. And we talked about last week how once you've done something once doing it the second time is is easier within that method. And until last month, data belongs the best example. I'm just trying to establish those rational proofs. So don't forget that and that several places throughout the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala establishes rational proof in the hereafter in the resurrection. But let's go on this will read today's questions please.

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Explain how you can explain the author statement. Man passes through five stages. Do you agree?

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The study of the butters that includes two broad topics, two large topics, named them? Is there proof from the end that there will be a fitness a tribe a testing in the grave? Explain your answer. What is meant by the trial of the grave? Is anyone exempt from it? exempt mean there won't be tested?

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What proof does the author provide for punishment of the grave? Is the punishment continuous? What are you going to do to protect yourself from the punishment of the grave type? So these are the questions by the end of today's lesson be the length data. You need to be able to answer these questions type.

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As you can see, the first question is splitting off the statement man passes through five stages. So before we get to the issue of the buzzer, we need to complete what we didn't cover last week, which is the five stages of men and this is starts on what patient

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page 136. Okay, so you want to turn to page 156 in the explanation of Alaska, Alaska year by shape,

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by shape with a medium

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page 156.

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If you don't have the physical book, then you should have had the PDF because we instructed you to download it last week.

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Man passes through five states are listen closely because we're here to read now, this

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man passes through five stages the stage of non existence, then the stage via his mother of pregnancy, then the stage of this world, then the stage of abare is a

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state in between the world and the Hereafter, then the hereafter as for the stage of non existence, okay, so, he says that there are five stages that people go through non existence, then the prenatal stage,

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life on Earth, the buzzer

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and the hearing

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we clear on the fact there

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are real love.

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You're a repeat offender.

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I have three strikes here.

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California, that'd be a

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fight.

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All right, stage of non existence. So now the shape and I want you to also get used to this here, the shape for him. He says these are the five stages he makes this point. And now he wants to break it down and give you evidence for those points, okay. And something else that we need to get used to, especially when we talk about the hereafter because the Hereafter is from belief in the unseen and believe in the unseen. We can't start doing PS and analogies and these types of things started to establish beliefs. We need to have proof from revelation from the Quran and the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was saying Other than that, it's conjecture, Alright, so, here he says for the

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stage of a good first stage, as for the stage of non existence, it is proven by his Exalted is He his statement,

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the internet English translation, which means from short to insane, has there not been over man, a period of time when he was nothing, nothing even to be mentioned. He exhausted also says, and Soraka Hodge, the fifth verse, okay, so we're gonna, we're gonna skip that, because that's gonna take a long time. So, the point is, the first stage is the stage of non existence.

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and adapt, let me appreciate and myth Koran did not have time come to man when he was not even mentioned.

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Any man himself, and each individual that is the last fantatic created the heavens and earth. Before he created mankind, he created the jinn before you create a man. So they were creation before the creation of man. And man was not even a thing to be mentioned. And then each individual as well, 100 years ago, none of us were a thing to be mentioned. Right? So.

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So this is this is he's calling this a stage four. for mankind. There's some who do not hold that to be a stage in and of itself. And they look at the stages of man to be four. Starting with this stage here, which is the prenatal stage. Yeah.

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Concerning the stage of pregnancy, Allah exalted as he says, the translation from short to Zima. He creates you in the wombs of your mother.

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Creation after creation, and three veils of darkness. Yeah, okay, so here, they're calling this the pregnancy stage. I'm not I'm not a fan of that translation. But the prenatal stage is actually can be broken down into two categories. Because each one of you the Prophet is allowed to sit and sin is formed in the womb of his mother.

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as a

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as a

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So, you go through you go through stages, but then the process like some say after those 120 days, through my own shuffle fee of Ruin, and then the spirit, the ROI is blown into him.

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Like,

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life is connected to what?

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When, why do we say a person is alive?

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Right? So, when the soul is connected to connected to the bank, when the soul Okay, so right now, everybody that's sitting right here were made up of both body and soul, when the soul leaves the body, we call that person dead. Right? They may look exactly the same.

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But that person is no longer alive because the soul has left the bank. So when the soul enters the body, then that person is considered to be alive. Now the life inside of the womb is not the same as the life that is outside. There's several rulings that different but prior to that

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the fetus is not considered to be alive prior to the work being blown into it.

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You're not in the state of this word a lot exhausted. So he says feed nomads in the length, right? In three bales of darkness.

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Who has the you got the book on PDF?

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You following on?

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Page 156 I think

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now it's on 157. But this isn't this is but that's, that's not the that's not the PDF number. Like because the way the PDF is two pages in one so it might be like 80 or something like that 78 on a PDF number but if you look at the numbers on the actual book, space 157 Okay.

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All right.

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Sorry.

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You got it.

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Yes, the page numbers right. The page numbers on the actual in the actual book. But if the numbers of the PDF, the PDF numbers are different 7079 80 right. Okay, how many point is follow along? We can read again. So Allah says feed Lomax intellect he creates them in those in those three veils of darkness. What does that mean? Was that presented with the three meals of darkness?

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first trimester second trimester third trimester. Okay.

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That's HTN

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you trying that's good.

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reread that again. She know I want somebody somebody back here to read. So then somebody back there read that. You got the book in front of you read what it says.

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You have to have the book all of you that these devices and you look at all types of stuff on here all day.

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That's okay.

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Fine, go to ummmm one line that org when that first page on the left hand side, you'll be able to download all three.

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I saw somebody in the back where you got the book. No,

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no.

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Read it read the

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wounds of your mother's creates you in a room of your mother's creation after creation and three veils of dark and three veils of darkness. Three veils of darkness.

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What's that mean?

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How many read the Quran around that?

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All right, don't tell me

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how many read the Quran at least twice and run with that. Okay. Mashallah. Yeah, go ahead. Somebody wants to take a stab at it.

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Yes, what are the three stays stays in three veils of

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the placenta,

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the mothers,

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the stomach.

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And yours ridden humbly. Let's see, when you work together, great things happen.

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All right. So because I don't want you to just, this is this is about reading here. We're not we're not here to just you just sit there and you stare and shake

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head in my shell, ah, no you got I want you to understand what's happening on Thursday.

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Regarding the stage of this world, a lot exhausting This is he says about it, from soup to nuts 78 verse translation, and a law has brought you out from the wombs of your mothers, while you know nothing, and he gave you hearing sight and hearts that you might get thanks to Allah Subhana Allah, alright, so Eliza gel brought you out from the wombs of your mothers.

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At that point, you knew nothing.

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Everybody starts panela knowing nothing.

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And then allies or a job gives you hearing and it gives you sight, and he gives you hearts, so that you will show your gratitude to him. So Hannah who attack

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this life is about

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slife is about showing gratitude to Allah Subhana who attach

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Can I tell them a story about last week?

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So last week,

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back a long time, and I went out with a

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with a mutual friend.

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And he said something that was I found it to be quite deep.

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And that he was talking about how

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before he had an understanding,

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he wonder why certain people had to deal with

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difficulties in his life. And everybody faces various levels of difficulty.

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But he specifically referred to somebody who is a a

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paraplegic.

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And, you know, why would Allah subhana wa tada test somebody like that?

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And this is a question that a lot of people don't believe in

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Allah period, I don't believe in a god. These are the type of things that run them away from religion. That's a discussion for a different day.

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So anyway,

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what he said was was which was quite interesting,

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he said, so then I started pondering over what blessings has the last pantheon of really given this person if they have to live like that, you know, is this really?

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Can we really say that this person has any blessings from Allah? And he said, then I thought about it, that if somebody came up to that person with a knife,

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and

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was threatening to sad them,

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what will you do? Jump back like this. move his head, over his head away from the knife. Because that person, even though they in a difficult situation, they don't want to be there.

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And so Allah Subhana, Allah has blessed them with life. Life itself is an opportunity

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to worship Allah Subhana Allah to show our thanks to enjoy some of the pleasures of life, even though we may be dealing with difficult circumstances. And, again, I mean, the the point here is that a lot of data has given us ample opportunity to show our gratitude to him, if it is not just for the opportunity of life, the opportunity to worship Him

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and that is a follow that is a virtue and that is a bounty and a gift from Allah subhana wa tada and if we use that gift properly last Allah will give us everlasting everlasting bliss.

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It is around is around these stages, that success and misery revolve. They are the abodes the circumstances, the situations of test and drive. And this to be honest with you. The language here is a bit misleading because it's not around these previous stages. We talked about what not existence, are we tested? Try based on non existence No.

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prenatal before you're even born, are you going to be questioned about what you did in the womb. So the stage around which there is the trial and the test is life one or the life of this dunya

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as he exhausted

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He says, Who has created death and life, that he may test you which of you is best indeed in action and behavior. And he is the Almighty, the often forgiven. And this, this panela alone tells us here that he created death and life. By the way, death is a creation, a loss fantana is going to bring forth death for your PM, it's going to be slaughtered.

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There's not going to be there will be no death after that day. So, death is a creation of a loved one, he created death and life for purpose, the evolution to test you, which of you is most in need right.

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Now, who does the most

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who does the best?

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Very important that we pay attention today not who does the most, who does the best, we have a local a Yukon x environment.

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Right, who is most excellent. And they kind of in in their actions. And that comprises two things. That excellence comprises two things.

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a philosopher who was wobbu as affiliative, and the answer, those who are most sincere, and whose deeds are most compliant with the Sunnah of the Prophet, it is someone who says, if a deed is done

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on the suddenness of how you look at it from my shell, but it's done for other than the lions in the jungle, it's not accepted. And if it is sincere,

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but it's not in compliance with the Sunnah of the Prophet. And as I was saying, it's not acceptable. So either way a person goes, those needs are not accepted until they are sincerely done for a loss of data, and done in compliance with the teachings of our Prophet. And he has a lot to say,

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as for the stage of at bars, that our bodies that you

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but let's listen to why this part right here to me is important life on Earth, because this is our test.

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And this is the place where you get to do work. After this dunya there is no work to be done.

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And so striving to make sure that what you do is only for a lump sum handling time. And one of the things you know, oftentimes we think about, well, how can we be limitless, you know, what can we do to help us with the class, one of the things that you can do starting from today is make sure that you have a deed that you do that nobody else knows about.

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Make sure that there is something that you do consistently on a regular basis that no body else knows about not your wife, nurture children, definitely not people outside of your home. But trying to get yourself used to not being recognized for the good that you do.

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A lot of what we do is communal in nature.

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And it's supposed to be, you know, like praying in Japan.

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Like fasting like we do in Ramadan, but maybe isn't, maybe it is another thing that nobody else knows about.

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Maybe there is a son of God charity they should give maybe there's a prayer that you make, that nobody else knows about. And you try to be as consistent as possible, because this helps to build a class.

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The other thing that's quite important is just more knowledge about who last hematite is, and who we really are.

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And some of the scholars of the past used to sing, and these were the best of our nations Pamela.

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If sins had a smell, no one will get close to me.

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We all know ourselves. We all know what we do. And the next man is no better than you Why are we trying to prove something to this person or that person?

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But but in class, and since that is sincerity, to make sure that it is in line with the son of the Prophet it is slightly so that requires what you're doing right now, which is seeking knowledge. Otherwise, there's absolutely no way that you'll be able to do what you do. Following the teachings of the Prophet it is slightly sad because you have no clue what those teachings are. And so we find people they do stuff unintentionally.

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But it's against the son of the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA. And perhaps they think they're being rewarded for after

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many times you'll see a brother.

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Turn to the brother next time. What does he say a

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couple of Law at Santa Monica

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Great do is beautiful a lot set from right ceremony beautiful but did the private side seldom do that one time after salon one time at the salon is there one narration

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the prophet Isaiah is the companions they started praying in Mecca this was the one ritual from Islam

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that was prescribed before they hit you know, the cat was after the digital fasting and Ramadan was after the Hydra was was was after the the province I sort of prayed for at least I'm talking about these prayers in 15 years.

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I don't know how many times I mean you can do 15 years. However many prayers are in a year

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350 days

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and then on a lunar calendar 355 days five prayers a day. So let's take you up to 7080 100 prayers or something like that any of us in any event 80,000 20,000 prayers Do we have one incident where the prophets I send them said to Kabbalah after Salah

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are one of the campaign's who was with the prophet Isaiah select was named Abu Bakar on this man I do the alone time way too return to somebody. Do we have an example of any of them after salon saying anything to each other?

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With the prospect someone tells us after salon

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How can we be busy doing what the prophet SAW Selim told us to do after Salaam if we Samadhi Samadhi consolekit had a couple of them

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all with one good intention.

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But all ignoring some of them.

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And so we want our DS to be the best number to accompany a UConn accelerometer to test what your view is best indeed, what does best mean? It means it is sincere and it's according to the suit of the profit

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and loss fans out and help us in his remembrance to help us in thanking Him and worshiping him properly.

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into the idea behind bars, bars and albums for stage just until they win they will be resurrected.

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And behind them is a barrier a buzzer Allah Subhana Dionysus, you know you're new to the day that they are resurrect.

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Joseph is established from the Quran concerning the stage of the Hereafter, which is the apex the highest point that most of the stages and the end of the journey, a law upon who what the Allah says after having mentioned the other stages and stewards, meaning 15th and 16th verses after that, surely you will die? Then again, surely you will be resurrection on the Day of Resurrection. His statement, may Allah have mercy upon him. The belief in all that the Prophet alayhi salatu was the land informed us regarding that which will happen after the moment of death. All of this is included in the belief in the last day everything. So sigma Sam's definition is the belief in all that

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approximately informed us regarding what will happen after death. And when he says with approximately some informed us, he's also including that with a lot of data informed is up because we only know what the last data set because he revealed it to the Prophet it has a lot to say and we only know but a lot of settings.

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Because the prophet SAW Selim informed us of the Quran, okay, so it doesn't explain what is in the map. This is because this is because once man dies, he enters the face of the last day. That is why it is usually said, Whoever dies, His resurrection has come. Therefore, hence whatever happens after death, it is part of the last day therefore how close is the day to us, there is nothing between us and except the death of a man. The only thing between you and your Hereafter is dead. And we'll live with very fragile beings with very fragile.

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These. Anything can happen. It's Pamela. And I mean,

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someone asked me last time to protect this.

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There is nothing between us and our hereafter except the soul leaving the body.

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That's it. And so preparation is imperative right?

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Then he enters then he enters into the last day

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We're in there is nothing except payback except recompense, except payback for the deeds. and due to this, it is compulsory, it is required. It's obligatory upon us to play close attention to this important point.

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Keep going, Oh, man, think well and ponder and think about it attentively very closely, you will discover that you are at risk for the time of death is not known to us. A person can go out of this house without returning to it, a person can sit down with his office chair without standing from it, a person can sleep on his bed, however, he might be carried from his bed, to his washing bed, that is the place where he will be washed in preparation to be buried. This manner requires us to seize upon the opportunity of life to be pegged to a law. So my life is an opportunity and nonprofit it is on demand. So

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once a person dies, all of his actions will cease, except for three. And so once you know that this life, this is your opportunity to do work, that it is imperative for us to take advantage of that opportunity to draw closer to a lump sum. Hannah, who was Anna? Addy rhodiola Tiga in Hawaii whenever we thought about the amount of time and we said to her let it dunya multiply. What time Saletan as you are to mobila, he said that the world is traveling away from you. Let's listen to this.

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this dunya is traveling away from you.

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Whereas the Hereafter is traveling towards you.

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When you could be lucky the team in whom at

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each one of them that is the dunya and the hereafter. Both of them have children

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for whom women have met and asked him

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Well, that's a cool new meme efnet Jr. So be from the children of the hereafter.

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And don't be from the children of the

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world from the children of the hereafter. Don't be from the children of the Union for email, yo mama don't whatever he said.

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Well, I think he said what I am today, there is the opportunity for deeds. Without any account, there is no account today.

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And tomorrow, there will be an account. That's when the audit will happen. And there will be no opportunity for deeds, no opportunity to change your books. At that point.

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audit yourself today

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who meet Abner in

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a minute may be from the children of the hearing. And don't be from the children of the allies of young Susan O'Brien pull in the multimeter.

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For in the homeland, say that the death that you are running away from is actually in front of you.

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The Hereafter is traveling towards you. The dunya is traveling away from you running away from the hereafter but it's in front of you. There is no running away from there is no escape handler is only preparation.

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This matter requires us to seize upon the opportunity that we have in this life. This needs to be rephrased. Yes opportunity and this life to turn to repent to Allah the mighty and sublime. A person needs to be constantly be aware of repenting to a law that is of turning to him of returning to him. He should be constantly aware and trying to seek His forgiveness until his lifespan ends, which is a beautiful phrase for when he dies, such that when he does this thing will be in a good desirable state speak at an event. So here, the shape by mo lontana is encouraging us to be from the people of Toba

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to constantly turn towards a loss of habitat and a lot of us mistakenly believe that Toba is only from sin. Toba is also from doing things that are meant to ruin, which which wouldn't be considered sin. Toba is from leaving off things that maybe you shouldn't be doing.

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Like, if you're not praying it may turn to Allah make Toba to allow some kind of time so that you will be from the people who pray at night.

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turn towards a loss of contentment. Because when you turn towards the light, your back gets turned on everything that is displeasing to a loss. And when you're doing those things that are displeased until you've turned your back on them, and so you turn back to Allah, and that's the meaning of Toba tab to return to turn back, and shall not be going to stop now for the event, it's time to sign away then.

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What's the same on the clock?

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Okay, so two minutes, apparently. Okay, so inshallah, we'll keep going. The next the next section shape for the next section. So we finished that first section of five stages. Okay. They also believe the trial of the grave the punishment of greed, and its pleasure, his statement. So this now we're going to cover the stage baratza.

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bugs, okay, fine in the bugs F is which things that's immediately after a person dies. And before the resurrection. That stage is called.

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buzzer, okay. And we're going to cover two main areas here signal, the same TV, it deals with too many things. One is the trial of the grain. And the second is the punishment of the Great.

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So the trial of the grave. As we can see here, there are six basic or six main elements that we'll be dealing with, according to the explanation that we had. The first we're going to cover is proofs for the existence of a trial in the grave. How do we know that someone is being tried? And that there is a pfitzner? in the grave? We only know because there is revelation that is indicative of that, then we're going to talk about conceptualization. In other words, what is this trial of the grave? What does that even refer to? somebody says to you, what does that mean to trial and agree? That's what we're going to cover the magnitude of the trial?

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meaning how severe the severity of that trial exemptions from the trial of the grave? And is there anyone who will not be trying in their grave?

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That we're gonna have a discussion on Mon comm and nicaea

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be to questioning angels because

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Danny, some, some scholars do not believe that. Those are the names of those angels. And we'll talk about that. And then we're talking about the difference between the believer and the hypocrite and disbeliever as it relates to the trial of the grave, so it's not funny then inshallah, and we'll cover We'll begin with these topics immediately after selecting the Learning Time Zone below Cleveland with a lot of subtle robotic kind of demeanor.

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How was the audio okay?

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This is okay. Hello Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah. While Ernie, he was happy to be here, women weren't bad. So again, if we just go back for a second, that we said that the bottles of the study of the butters that it covers two main areas according to our study. The first is the trial of the grave. And then there is the punishment, what is often called the punishment of the grave, but there's both punishment and bliss, or punishment or bliss in the grave. So this is what happens, what the bud is left is from what periods of what period

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from the time of death, so the bubbles of difference for each individual. As for the resurrection that happens to all of the creation at the same time.

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But the button says, every person who dies there bubbles up begins, because that's the PM, a surah, the minor and pm. So the buzzer is those two, two things, the travel of the grave and the punishment of the grave. So we're going to start by studying the trial of the grave and its six components engineer, so I'm just trying to help us, you know, move through the text. All right, those six as we said our proofs think conceptualization than the severity of the trial. The exceptions from the trial. We'll talk about the angels, the questioning angels, and we'll talk about the difference between the trial as is faced by believer versus a, a hypocrite or a non believer type. So the first

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thing we're going to cover is what proofs fellowship is they

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just hit the book.

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I guess

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His statement they also believe in the trial of the grave the punishment of the grave and its pleasure. The trial here means test. And what is intended by the trial of the grave is the interrogation, the questioning of the deceased the dead person, when parents concerning his Lord that is rubbing his religion, that is Dean and His Prophet have a Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the pronoun in they believe pronoun means in this case, the word they, the pronoun in the phrase they believe, refers to the people of the sooner that is the people of the sooner and the jamaa believe in the trial of the grave that is, so what is it? What are we talking about when some of the

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trial of the break gives us a very brief introduction to what it means?

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The questions right so and right, a trial is the same as a test and every test has questions right. So what is intended by that as the interrogation of the deceased one Barry concerning his Lord, his religion is profit. Like, yeah,

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that is based on the evidence of the book and the sooner with the various pieces of evidence of the book and the sooner concerning this. Alright, so. So the proofs that we have, for there being a fitna, in the grave is from the Quran and the Sunnah. That is what the author is telling us here. What does he say from the Quran As for the book,

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as for the book, it is contained in his statement and sort of the translation which reads of law will keep firm those who believe with the word that stands firm in this world, and in the hereafter. This is concerning the trial of The Great Gatsby status. So let's just see

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if we can so sort of Ibrahim the 27th. I used to be too long livina and we'll we'll call it fairies, he will hire to dunia of international allies will jump makes firm. Those who believe with the firm word. Okay?

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What is a cold offense? What is that referring to the firm word?

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Right? It is referring to the Shahada team.

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Or it was referring to Latin a lot and

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his followers that Shahada anyway follows that testimony, Allah will make them firm fiducia will fill and keeps them firm with that firm statement. And this life and in the next fight.

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Okay.

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Somebody repeat that back to me, that'd be too long. And Nina COVID 30, from the dunya.

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In English, so maybe bring it back? Hello, we'll

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keep those who believe we're firm with the with the firm work

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in this world, and where his fits in some cover in

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this world the year after that, that can be found on

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overgenomen.

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It's implicit aloa.

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Where is it? If you look at this is how

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you got the book in front of you. And yet

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it's not explicit in the title. It's explicit in the cementite. Read, keep reading.

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As for this, we're on page, the PDF 81.

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we'll paste that in the book is 161 61 160. Yeah, this is concerning the trial at the grave as established in the two swords is that is slightly Muslim. So this is, it says is referring to the trial of the grave fits nutso cover as established

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in the two psyches and others and the heavy civil bar and an ASIC from the Prophet sallallahu. It was something okay. Now we keep going and we don't see that heavy.

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Once you go to the next page, chick is on to another time.

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Because he's teaching students and I just want you to understand that the the method why a person will write a certain way. First of all, this explanation was not a written explanation to begin with. It was an oral explanation. And the shapes got big students in front of him. He's not happy to keep it moving.

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So for example, we said you know intentions are very important in Islam because of the heat the aroma while you love wine. Some people would know that right away what was the Huggies aroma

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the actions are by attentions of everybody right? So you've been Muslim for some time you kind of saw so she's not gonna repeat himself all the time.

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So just to

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just to understand how sometimes it works in terms of how evidence is brought so I'll read to you the head etham and Bob and ask him

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for the level chat and when the visa lie send them he said you said to be to love let me know Bill Cole is dabit Netherlands fee I will cover he said himself the process of Netherlands fee I've ever covered for you call level.

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Viola. Whenever you Mohammed was still alive, it was son of a daddy a cold who was the widow, he's happy to La Nina and Nicole. effect, okay. He said that the statement of Allah. Allah will make firm those who believe with the firm word. He said this was revealed about the punishment of the great yeah, that will cover about the punishment of the grave.

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It will be said to him, it will be asked of him who is your Lord He will say my lord is a lot my prophet is Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam that is the meaning of a law statement so forth. But that is referring to a law statement. And then there's another narration

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where the Prophet Suleiman some says either of the minnow feet covered he OTF su machesney de la ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah but it can be so long and Nina me know the code is sent. When a believer is

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is made to sit in his grave the angels will come to Him and He will testify that there is lag nine Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah. And that corresponds to a lot of statement you definitely to learn and Dena Hammond over the whole effect. Okay. So one of the things that we benefit from this is that to understand the loss of Hannah who attacked his book,

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you have to know who clarify the meanings of that book, which was

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how many women have the last album it was Sunday, and this was the do it but I hear my name salatu salam made for this oma. He said what after after he finished building a cabin.

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And he said, What do I did he make?

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Robin that's a compliment that they have today. For this omen.

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him Rasulullah, Minho? Or Lord, send to them or bring forth from them? A messenger from amongst them?

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Let me know, yet do I lay him?

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Will you?

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reciting to them your act and teaching them the book and the Wisdom the wisdom referring to his ways his son? Like he said, What? reciting to them the verses and teaching them the book? What's the difference?

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Right, the recitation of the book, Daddy, he teaches them how to recite the Koran, the words of the bride.

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And this this score is preserved in that manner, because the prophesied son taught that campaign is the worst. And this beam from the very beginning there was no external oppressor. You see, if you look at a time when a site is allowed to sit in

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rissa cane, and then immediately after his death, enduring his life,

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the his followers were not

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in the best of states. They were oppressed by the leadership that was around them. So the preservation of the book was not like the preservation of the book of Islam, we didn't have any external factors going on it. So the problem solving some of his campaigns, the book, they learned that book, they were able to write it down, they were able to spread it without any without any obstacles. And so the book was preserved, unlike the, the, you know, the profits of that came before our profit it is not to sing. So yes, loving him. And that's the recitation of the book, the preservation of its words, but the process of also taught the meanings. And that's why it's very

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important that a person doesn't go and try to put you know, their own twist on things. Because that's how the religion changes. And the deen of Allah Trinidad is preserved both in terms of its love and its manner, both in terms of the actual words itself and the means like

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So here this proof from the Quran is though the words if you just read the Quran and you didn't know what the Tafseer of the prophet Isaiah select was saying was, you may not get from it that it deals with the trial the grave. Once you know what the prophet is, it was said that it becomes clear that this ayah is referring to the trial of the grave.

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As for the sooner Yes, as for the sooner, it has been overwhelmingly reported that the person will be subjected to trial in his grave that is the trial about what's the profit, I think so that that was said, but it has been revealed to me that you should be tried in your graves with what is like or close to the trial of at the jab.

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Furthermore, the trial at the jail is the worst of all trials since the day a lock in an atom until the hour is established. Okay, so stop something real quick.

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This is what is known in Arabic is a step right. So this is when

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you come across something and you kind of go off on a digression if you will, right.

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And then you have to come back to your point. So right now he's going to talk a little bit about the jab. Why is he talking about the big guy not what I'm trying to get you to do is get used to how people write Arabic because this is how it works.

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So the dal has nothing to do with shaker the Sam is talking about shaker Sam is trying to establish the belief in the fitness outcome.

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Why are we talking about the dead man?

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Well, he's not trying to tell him he's telling us the Hadith of the Prophet Isaiah selects was today where he compared right where he compared the trial of the grave to the trial of the gem. And because he mentioned that the jam now he's like wait a minute, I gotta let everybody know this is a big thing. Now. I heard the messenger of the loss of a loved one he was send them saying there is no affair between the time Adam was created until the advent until the beginning of the hour worse than the jab, but the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam said to his campaigns, rather he said to his aim, if he appears while I am a manager, I will contend with him I will fight with him on your behalf but

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if he appears while I am not among you, every one will have to contend for himself. A law is my son effects upon every Muslim Okay, so here he has a laws my Khalifa and then you see a footnote. So if you don't understand what that means, what should you do?

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Go down and read the footnote footnote says meaning who will look after matters when I am gone and that is similar to the drive that you make when you travel. When you travel with you say

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one halifa to fill out right? So So you say

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every line as a surprise will take me straight to the point where that is the part that if I was like some says well Khalifa to Phil and he teaches us to say that making glad to allow us

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to be the Khalifa for our families you know as we travel yeah he is the one that looks after their affairs and he is the one that looks after the affairs all the time. Despite this our Prophet Muhammad Ali so that the westerdam has taught us how to contend with him. He has that is the job. He has informed us of his attributes and his teachers. sets that is if we are looking at him directly having chromosomes rather than he said that on his forehead it is written can fat a lot.

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Well then he is a he is a calf if

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he will have

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not one I like a cyclops stuff because that's how some people think

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our daddy won it in the sense that he won't be able to see out of one of his eyes the process of them said that described it has been like a grape I don't look like a great

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any described other attributes that he'll be short and have curly hair and you know so forth. But it's fitting that is no joke. Because the way becomes Yanni Allah subhana wa tada will give him the ability to do certain things that normal people just don't have the ability to do. He will say for it to rain and it will rain. He will come with rivers one river out of five

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The other river out of, you know, water, the one that's out of water is actually fire, the one that looks like the fire is actually water. He's called the jet.

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And why is that?

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The dead job is to mix into confuse something that got me the root word of the jump. And that's because he's, he's mixing. And he's confusing people and deceiving people. And so one who was a Great Deceiver is called a Jeff.

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That is why we are saying the trial at the jail is the greatest and the worst of all trials, the messenger RNA select westerdam said, you should be tested in your raves with that, which is like for close to the trial of at the gym.

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This is because man will be subjected to the questioning, which is not easy to answer. Or let's just take a step back real quick. So

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follow me here real quick, before we get into the severity of the drought here,

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the conceptualization because before we start going deep on anything, it is important for us to understand what it is that we're talking about. And the author gave us a one line, right? He said,

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blank on this page right at the very beginning, at the very beginning, he said and what is meant by the trial as a test, and it's referring to the interrogation that the deceased had, but didn't go into much more detail. So if you skip to page, as you can see here, page 169. We're going to read this together his statement Who is your Lord? So this is the actual test here. And this will help us to understand and conceptualize what is happening. So angels will come to one of these VCs, and they will ask him Who is your Lord? What is your religion? And who is your prophet? His statement? Who is your Lord? Meaning?

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Who is your Lord who created you and who you worship and singled out for the purpose of worship? In order that the statement comprises tall Ito? rubia by people who hear another words, they're not asking, Who is your Lord? In a sense, who do you believe created you? But who is your Lord as in Who did you use to worship? And there are times when the word love in the Quran is used to mean a man booth and he the one who was worshipped? It talks about a model Habana whom our bad Benjamin dooney left, they took their monks and their rabbis as our bath the plural of

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they took them as Lords besides Allah, it does not make me that they believe that they were creators or that they, you know had control of the universe of govern the universe, they worship then, besides a lunch,

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how was that worship, they took their laws, what they made halau even though last night it made it hard. And they made it halau just like their their rabbis and monks have their scholars and would have lost friends that have made halau but they may hold on they follow the scholars in that. And so through following their scholars and giving them the right to legislate what is halal and haram that they took them as Lords they worshipped them besides Allah and in several other places in the Quran. So the point is here, then when they say Who is your Lord they're not saying who do you believe was the creator? Who did you use the worship?

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That's That's the question.

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His statement What is your religion? What is your deen? Meaning? What are your deeds by which you worship a law, the mighty and sublime and to close and drew nearer to them? What system Did you follow? To draw closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala? That is your deen. That is your deen. So what way of life did you follow? How did you come across? How do you worship Allah? What What was your? You say that Allah is your Lord? What system did you use? To draw closer to Allah? Fantastic. Did you do it based off of what he revealed? Or was it based off of your own?

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That I did see some flying over here? That was okay.

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That was my my ticket to that.

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Last one, the third one, that is the third question. Who is your profit? Meaning who is the profit? The need in and followed? Right? Okay.

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So I just wanted to

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allow us to understand conceptualize what the trial of the grave is actually referring to. Now we can get back to this

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Severe fellowship. This alarm will keep firming those who believe that the word that stands firm in this world and in the year after, sort of the 22nd spurs, that believer will say rugby and walk my dog is a law. It's not with Dean, Islam is my religion.

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See 169

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Go back, go back to conceptualize okay now

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that is why we're saying that

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that's why we're saying the trial of at the jail is the greatest and the worst of all trials. The messenger salaam aleikum wa sallam said you shall be tested in your graves with that which is like a close child at the jail What a great trial. This is because man will be subjected to the question. Not easy to answer, except for he who has strong foundations, but Cree and righteous actions, which then

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as for the truck was the man Yeah, so here I want I want you to focus on this part right here. No, he said what is what a great trial because the man will be subjected to questioning, which is not easy to answer.

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Okay.

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As sponsor those who will do so those who will answer the question will only do so because Allah made them firm.

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Not because in this life, they knew how to parrot other people. Like you see a lot of people teaching children which is not a bad thing, my rub book rub Bella melodien ddls, manga bu maybe Mohammed? That's great.

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But that doesn't mean that's going to help a person

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in the hereafter.

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Because you don't have to know Arabic and you'll be able to answer the question.

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And you may be an Arab who was with the Prophet Suleiman summit and won't be able to answer the questions like is the case of

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the monastic coup, the hypocrites who prayed behind the Prophet alayhi salatu was sin and they do this stuff way better than we ever will,

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in terms of the language,

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but they won't, they won't be able to answer those questions. And so the only people who will answer those questions correctly, are those whom Allah you said bit. Those who are lost have Allah mates firm with different word in this life and they hear

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and so the greatest way to save oneself from the travel is to make Latin language alone your life that you truly do not worship anything other than Allah subhana wa tada that you truly turn your entire life towards Allah. As our profit is about to ascend I was instructed to say and before I

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called in the higher equity in

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Colima, celerity will usuki one my Yeah.

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Let

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me say that my salon and my sacrifice, the ritual sacrifice in my life and my death formula, the learning lesson for a lot the Lord of the worlds he has no peer and no partner.

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That is how a person will gain a lost events firmness in the green.

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Not by parents.

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It's just very important because a lot of us you know some Halloween

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we may think by learning these things, and you know, our mother tongue is not Arabic. We'll go ahead with this learn Okay, practicing Barbara Viola and you can say it 100,000 times it's not gonna make a difference. It's gonna be like something that you know how to do which is so scared you just tense up, you don't know what to do, because a lot of didn't make that person tapped. We also lost friends out of this.

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As for the trial, that indeed the people should be trialed in the grace suite except the male so this is this is the statement of shape of this lamb in Lhasa T. He says what M for mn pfitzner for England NASA you've known him for you call it when you need my one book woman to come and we have answered a trial. And B people shall be trying their graves it will be sent to the man who is your Lord and what is your religion and who is your prophet and that his statement as for the trial than indeed the people shall be tried in their graves. This is the beginning of the explanation of how the deceased is trapped in his graves. The word the people proves generality. So so sacred as Sam

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said, people will be trying in their graves which means

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That everybody, people first to every human being. But here, the sharing or the the the one ship with a mean is going to mention who may be excluded from it. The word that comes to mind the apparent meaning of the author statement is that everybody, even the profits, this has been the mother's morale be tuned, those who caught the front tears, those who are not legally responsible among the young and the insane will be subjected to trials with the grades. And there are some details related to this. Hence, we say Firstly, as for the profits, the trial does not include them. Okay, so the author is going to tell us here,

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just want you to follow, he's going to mention that there are some people who will not be trying in their graves, the first group of people, he says his room, the profits. Now, what is his evidence? Listen. The first is that the profits are better than the martyrs and the Prophet Alayhi salat wa salam has informed us that the martyrs will be protected from the trial of the grave. He said, the flesh of the swords over his head is enough of a trial. Okay, so the prophesied some specifically there's we have a hagie that says that martyrs are what? exempt from the trial and agreed the probably someone said them those swords flying over his head, that that's enough of a trial. So the

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martyrs are exempt. And profits are better than marks. So therefore, profits are exempt. Is that a convincing argument?

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profits are the best of a cause? that we're not gonna argue about that. We're talking about right here. Is that a convincing argument? Yes.

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Yeah.

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I'm not asking you our profits exempt. I'm saying is that argument, a convincing argument, I want you to learn how to read critically.

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It's a good PS. Exactly. It's PS and when it comes to belief in the Hereafter, we gotta leave PS. See, these are matters of the unseen.

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Once you understand these are matters of the scene.

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So therefore, just because profits are better than martyrs, does not mean that everything that a martyr gets that the prophesies that a prophet gets the exact same thing. It does it. That's not necessary. Yeah.

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Revelation, what's revelation?

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What the prophesied, some says revelation prophesied, some said that the martyrs will not be question

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what, okay, and the profits are better than Mars. Okay.

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Okay, all right. So let's take it let's take a step back.

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Because we could if we go down that rabbit hole, there are several other things that we could talk about, what is the reward for doing this? Well, that thing is better.

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So do we get the reward for doing that as well? You'll see as it as it flushes out, so that there are other situations where that just won't hold up. Now? What's the second evidence? Just stay with me? What's the second evidence? Good, it's that the prophets will be inquired about while saying to the dead, who is your prophet? They are the ones about whom people will be asked, they are not the ones to be questioned. That is super convincing. In other words, who is your prophet? I am the Prophet.

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Yeah, I think he's not gonna be asked about himself, because he is the Prophet. So here, that that makes perfect sense that a Prophet would not be asked would not be tried in the Grade because they are the property you won't they won't be asked about them. So like that, that can't work? Yes. That's not right. No, that's not PS. That's explicit. It's explicit. Yes. It's explicit that a person is there's no, we're not making PS or something. So, so here, a profit. This is his second evidence, along with the first evidence, though the first evidence is also not explicit. Yes.

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Guess.

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Of course, because they are profit. They're the ones that we're teaching the people who Allah is and what the dean is.

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Now,

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one second second. There are also other to talk about profits and their, their state

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examples

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that are different than other

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believers and so maybe for now we can derive that they have a special status. The prophets have a special status that that's without a doubt and our Prophet Suleiman something specifically as a special status in the life of the buzzer. That's that's not our issue here. The issue is will they be questioned? And the answer is absolutely not. They will not be question that again, no, how do we arrive at that conclusion is what we're talking about here. So you can have a test and in any exam, and you do a multiple choice, for example, in math, specifically, your teacher wants you to do what all the time show your work. How did you come to this conclusion? The issue is not that we came to

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the right conclusion, because an ignorant person, a person who does not know what they're talking about, even if they so somebody comes up to them, they have no qualifications whatsoever to answer questions. Okay? Even Muslim Mashallah two years studied nothing, but a brand new Muslim comes to them. And so now they would like shake listening. Okay, so they come and ask him something, he should not be answered questions. And he still says something. Now, maybe the answer he gave is right. But he's still sinful, because he's speaking without knowledge. Just because you said something that was right. does not mean that you answering the question is right. Again, the point

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here is that the point here is showing your work. So the second evidence that shake with me and brings here my name, Allah is very compelling. And that is, why would a profit be asked about himself? Who is your profit item? The profit? I mean, there's no way to answer that question. What is your D? That's clear, they already passed the test. They don't need to be they're not going to be asked by phone. Second, accordingly, oh, sorry. Accordingly, this is the understanding why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, it was revealed to me that you shall be tried in your grave, the address is to the England and he was sent to and the messenger is not included among

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them.

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Secondly, so that's the first category, the profits second category as for the pain,

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they are not going to be questioned because the rank of the being is a higher rank and that the monitors learn it Amanda Deena anomala ya him and then the biggie was 16. Once you had that a solid, right if the models were being exempt from being questioned, in the sense that things are more worthy effect, and because the Sidious according to the interpretation of the word, his truthfulness and sincerity, sincerity actually in English, we want the core of that that means pure, unadulterated. That's what every sincere that's part of sincerity is CPQ. Right? The root word is from what? What's the root of 16?

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Okay, the verb Subbu. Right? A civic. Okay, so these people are truthful, they are sincere. They affirm a sick deepest one who affirms the truth they from the first followers, they're not nobody questions, their authenticity and the purity of their of their truthfulness. Because it's not like they just following the masses. Siddiq, you know that they're truthful because they're going against the grain.

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And sincerity has been, because it's a deal. According to the interpretation of the word, his truthfulness and sincerity have been known and confirmed that he needs not be subjected to any test, because the test is meant for those about whom there is doubt, is he truthful all the time or a liar. But as for the truthful one, there is no need calling for him to be questioned. Some of the scholars held the view that they should also be questioned. Some of the scholars of Islam held the view that the sit up shall be questioned, based on the generality of the proof and a lot of space and that seems to be the correct the pain that disappears boom, that the only ones that will not be

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questioned are those that we have specific evidence for to indicate that they won't be questioned. As for the mothers who are killed in the court.

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The fact that a person's prime is done. That doesn't mean that they won't be questioned.

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As for the martyrs who were killed in the academy, as in fact, all of the campaigns were promised in

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Well, could you know why the lover who snapped

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and lost hands as promised all of them and who snapped perhaps all of them, gentlemen. But does that mean that they will enter gender without? He said no.

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Not necessarily.

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That we don't have any we don't have any evidence that I'm aware of that says that a Shaheed is automatically counted amongst those who enter gender without consent. And approximately Some said there's 70,000 from this omo intergender, without he said he did not mention that they have Mars. He said Humala, Nina laughstub, Pomona, you have to wala comala in LA as well as takuna. While they're yet to be

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processed, some say they would have martyrs he said they were those who don't seek out autopia they are not those who don't perform Rokia or but those who don't go out seeking for a lock. They are those who do not. They don't have the superstitious belief in omens.

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Siddique is one who.

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So so some of some of the some of the scholars have mentioned that the sick the poor, are only those who are followers immediate followers of a prophet.

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But Allah Subhana Allah knows best. I'm not sure that that's the correct definition.

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I'm not sure that it doesn't apply to other than those who immediately follow the profit, and then we're alive during the life of a prophet.

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Thirdly, as for the martyrs who were killed in the cause of the law, they shall not be questioned, due to the clarity of the truthfulness of their faith, but they're engaging in jihad, the translation of spirit that Toba

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verily last purchase. Yeah, like that. Very A lot has purchased of the believers, their lives and their properties for the price that there should be paradise. They fight in the last cause.

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They fight in the last quarter they kill and are killed.

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And this is the promise that lies made in the Torah and the NGO and especially in the end, and who is more reliable and keeping a bargain in a law

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named kangaroos.

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Okay, the prophets of Allah we send them also said that flash of the swords over his head is enough is enough for us.

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Sam's Club, fourthly, fourthly asked for the mod Robbie boon, those who got the frontiers and Miranda is the one who

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is on the borders of the Muslim land,

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making sure that nobody comes into to attack, they shall not be tried for it and saw a Muslim is reported that the messenger of the law and a select westerdam said report that is guarding the frontier for a day and the night is better than fasting a month. And it's standing in the night for prayer. And then I understand there is better than fasting a month and standing in prayer for night. If this person dies, the reward of the deed he was doing that is being Lord orbit will be will be continued for him. And His provision will be continued. And he will be saved from the trials from the fit that and in some narrations that says gumina mean fat, male public, and he will be

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saved from the two questioners of the grave.

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So it clarifies, again without going through a long explanation, but it's clear here that what it's referring to is the trial of the grave. So the prophesied some explicitly talks about the Morabito and that they will be saved from the trial of the rape

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fifthly The Young and the insane would they be subjected to trial or no, some of the scholars say they will be tried, okay included in the general meeting. But if they are exempted from

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being legally responsible in this life, the situation after death is different from the situation of this worldly life without a but and and if they are exempted beyond me because of the fact that they're exempted in this life, but they're not legally responsible, then similarly, the situation after death, but they won't be held accountable apparently.

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Go down to therefore five categories. No, sorry. You're right. So let me just rephrase that. Some of the scholars say that they will be tracked Jani who young people who have received puberty, and those who are in sync, they say, even though they're not legally responsible for anything in this life, situation in the Hereafter is different here after it's not the same as this life. So they will be responsible and they will be questioned. And that actually, is the position of the majority of the scholars have a slim

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Hold on, keep going. So some of the scholars say okay, some of the scholars say that the insane and the young will not be questioned, because they are not legally responsible. And when they are not legally responsible, then there is no reckoning for them. And there is no reckoning, except for the legally responsible was punishable for sins. And these people therefore are not punished. There is nothing but the word for them. If they do a good deed, they should be rewarded for it. Therefore, so so just to just to recap, there's no solid evidence for number five.

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Yeah, we can we want to use gas or something like that, but there's no solid evidence for number five, or four number two.

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Okay? recap. Therefore, therefore, five categories of people are exempt from the statement of the author, because for the people that quotation, the prophets, the city have been the martyrs that would all be to those who are the frontier, and those who do not have any

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are not able to judge correctly. It says those who don't have any sense, but know what it means is though, those who do not have maturity,

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such as the insane and the immature, yes,

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it means it means those who have not reached the age of puberty. So when I when we talk about the young, and Islam, or we talk about children in Islam, it's all about those who have not reached the age of puberty. Once a child reaches the age of puberty, even if that's at the age of 1011, they are no longer in a slam considered to be a child in the sense that they are now religiously responsible and liable for the practices of Islam. This is a huge mistake that parents make and you know, a lot of a lot of us we, you know, we want to baby our our seven year olds, or our eight year olds approximately instructed us to tell them to pray.

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You know, so start getting them up for sunlight. Even you can do that gradually as well. But for example, in the summertime, yes, select comes in super early, four o'clock, they don't have school, for example, get them up, wake them up, if they can't get Okay, fine, they 789 but a time they attend.

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After you've been, they've been practicing for three years, it should become a habit for them. It becomes habitual feels something feels off in their day when they don't pray at the right time. Because these are the things you're creating that habit because this is your job. As a parent, your job is not to make your children happy. It's not your response. Your job is to teach them virtue.

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To teach them how to draw closer to a loss of habitat, that's you being happy. No, it's not to say inshallah They will be happy through the worship of a loss. But it's not your job. You know, you're not responsible, you're not held accountable. You didn't help your child be happy on that particular day. A child asking for chocolate and you didn't give it to him. Now laws gonna punish you come on the the we have to take more of an active role and making sure that our children practice this beam and that they understand what they're doing. So the child once that child reaches the age of puberty, they're responsible to a lot

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you cannot miss Ryan fastened Dave's football practice

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and it's okay with the parents sometime

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which is which is insane because

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I mean, we are telling them that your sport

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is more important than being And why is that? Maybe maybe through the sport, they make a big we can all move out the hood

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of a football.

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So maybe we really do think is more important than the

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Well, yeah, the villa

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offers protection in case you can't take it over to class.

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Because what

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was unsettled?

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Okay, like, for instance,

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the person whose

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goals agenda

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so they could possibly question

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you know, the martyrs of that question in the grave. But in terms of accountability in terms of Yeoman, he said,

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right.

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Yes, so that that is that's a different type of question. And the greatest three things, three things only that we're aware of Morocco, woman, woman to be, who is your Lord, what is your dean who is a prophet? That's what we know to be from the trial of the grave. As for Yeoman, he said, when the account is actually established, a person is going to be asked about everything.

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You have a lot of children that are autistic, autistic adults, that they fall into that category, autism is that is not one thing. So there's, I mean, there there are, those have been classified as autistic, but they're highly functioning. I mean, they have they're not insane, they have they understand, you talk to them, they can respond, they know how to make do they know how to differentiate between solid life and stuff like that those people are accountable, but each person is also only accountable according to their ability. Right? So

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again, you know, a 15 year olds, accountability who has reached puberty is not going to be like a 60 year olds, accountability. In fact, we have specific hagie where the prophet SAW his son upset a lot has taken away excuses from the one who has reached the age of 60

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you reach the age of 60, you know, you have no more excuses.

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Those excuses are taken away, the proper size of the shape is then the old adulterer, the proper size on top by his his punishment is muscle, you know, different than, than a young guy who's fallen is less than they all you know, subject to a severe punishment is all from major sins. But in fairness, you know, so a person's accountability is going to be based on several factors.

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Important, yes, important news. People are a pre categories, absolute creatures, an absolute hypocrites, these two categories will be tried in the grave. The third category is absolute disbelievers. There is a difference of opinion concerning their trial. In the book, our room, in the Rockies wrapping mala gave preference to the view that they shall be tried in their breeding with early innovations, the flowers. So will non believers be subject to the trial and the grave scholars difference of opinion. And again, there is no real, solid, clear evidence either way. But it seems like they fall into the general the general proof, which is that people will be tried in their

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grapes. And so non believers are also people so there'll be tried in their grades. But those who say that they won't be tried in their grades is because the answer is already clear.

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Yes.

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So is it clear that

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it's going to come that that actually is going to come, then it's going to be the next two slides, you'll hear all of that.

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But just just finish this section and don't even call it names, some of the scholars who will have the view that they should be tried, which is the correct position, because now we're talking about the earlier nations, the followers of other prophets, yes, because of this, which is the most honorable man will be tried, those that are less honorable, are more worthy of that. concerning his statement in their graves, the grave and first the place where dead person is buried is

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gone.

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Back which is intended in its wider sense, and includes the buzzer, that is the life between death and the Advent or the beginning of the hour. Okay, so this

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This is simply, this part right here is basically saying that in their graves, you don't do anything to look here, that's when that's when they

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want to make this thing blank. Anyway, all right, in their graves is referring to what happens to a person after they die even if this person was not buried. Okay, so we use the terminology is I bet, because the process of them said so, he said the punishment of the green or 19 will cover the bliss that one experiences in the green. That's because the majority of mankind are buried.

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However, this still applies to someone that was eaten by a shark, or cremated or whatever the situation may have been.

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All this, this trial will happen to each and every one. And this is this is the point that the author is making here. He says concerning the statement in their graves, the grave refers to the place where that person is buried, what is intended is wider. And since it includes the buzzer, that is the light between death. And he says the evident that our resurrection, whether the dead person is buried, or devoured by predatory animals on the land, and lions and so forth, or by fish in the sea sharks, or he's destroyed by violent wind or whatever is the case. What is apparent is that the trial Okay, keep going. Yeah, what is apparent?

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What is apparent is that the trial will not occur except after the end determination of all worldly conditions and passage will occur into the world of the hereafter. If his burial is delayed for a day or more, the questioning will not begin will not commence until he's buried and that and that

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and that is due to the statement of the Prophet it is a lot to Sudan where he stood at the grave and he said ask for the bat for him for in the whole end

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as the last mentality give him the bat now because he asked that a lot give him the back because he is now being questioned, Where was that?

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As he was buried, okay. So, what can be understood from that is that if a person is that a person does not begin to be question until they are till they are barrier.

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statement. So it is said to the man, the ones that will be talking to angels who will come to the person in his grave, they will send them up, they will sit him up and question him, such that he can even hear the footsteps of those leaving the other people who attended his funeral while the two angels are questioning him. That is why from the guides of approximately seven Deaf whenever someone is buried, he himself was that perhaps was someone stand at the grave and say, seek forgiveness for your brother and ask the court to ask him for the to Yannis event for him because he's now being questioned. And is reported in some narrations that the names of these angels are McCarter lackey

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Alright, so what's our first question here? To read the first question, is there any evidence that

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okay, further

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based on you okay. Based on the

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look at some of the scholars have rejected these two names, okay, so he says that they are more kind nicaea based on

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the report and a temperament D in a minute and envy awesome and assuming so on so forth. The problem solving some said with these two black, he said as tiny as swadeshi as

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not black and blue, blue black angels. And you're not like the that's the description. Not like their stripes or something like that, or one of them is blue, and one of them is black, the blue black, super.

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Like light light is anyway.

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How can it be and some of the scholars have rejected these two names saying how can the angels be named these two objection? Objection, objectionable names? Why a lot that Allah has described? What Why is it Why is he saying they are actionable names?

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Because it comes from the root next.

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What's next?

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Okay, so Nikita does mean unknown, something that the heart does not find ease with. Okay? So that's why we

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Say you command the mile roof and you prohibit The what? The moon cup.

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So with that we usually translates command to good or forbidden evil. So when the angel's name be evil woke up, but that's not really what mooncup means no cup doesn't actually mean evil.

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Well,

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in this context, because you're forbidding something that does not sit right with the heart, that is unknown to the heart later, so water will help as they say, it's not something that though. So, in this sense, it is evil, and that's why you forbid, but mooncup in turn in terms of its linguistic construction is just something that is not known. So, this one is called mooncup. And that one is called nickeil. Because they are not known to the one that they are questioning.

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They also they, they asked the clear that hadn't mentioned them to be weak, right, so some of the scholars of Assam holding the Hadith that mentions that their names are Moncada nicaea, they hold this heavy to be weak. And if the heavy this week, that's the only way we know the names. So if a scholar heavy comes to the conclusion that there's no authentic evidence for that, then they won't call them mooncup. And they can ask for so So why have some of the scholars objected to those may or rejected those names? The first reason is one because of them.

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Because of the meaning. That's the first reason humans second is because they say it this week. So if we say it this week, then we can get rid of it. But inshallah is at least has. The second thing is the objection. Because of the meaning of the name these names. There's nothing wrong with the meaning of Mancha or Nikita, not some others. Some others held the view that the Hadith is a proof that is a dilemma. And that the fact they're being called such does not mean they are detestable in their natures in their essence that is they are only that that is That stated, because the TED person does not know them, as I should just said and has no previous knowledge of them, right.

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Either he said to his visitors come on moon scattering Yeah, he called Ibrahim Alayhi Salam When the angels came to him

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to to let him know that he was going to have a son smile. He said Cole moon moon calm. They are a moon cup people because he didn't know who they were not because they were evil, right as the shape shift because he did not know them. Thus they are Moncada and neck gear because they are not known to the person who's died the deceased then these two angels are the same two angels entrusted with the residence of the grave. Or are they the recording angels are at the right and the left of man?

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Okay, so this is the final part that we'll be dealing with here which is the answers the trial of the grave. The last part that we'll be covering deals with the answers. Check with Sam Tamia says, Please help me to load in the annamma will code authentic even higher Do

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not be alarmed when you snap a beanie or hamburger solo it was send them in a V thus allow keep firm those who believe with the firm work in this world in in the hereafter. The believer will say my lord is a lot of slanders my religion Mohammed Salah line with some of his man prophet

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what a man more terrible for your code or have had let Odin submit to NASA for Luna she and for good for you but on the mid 17 min Hadith for you see who say Hatton yes malherbe pollution is insane what oh send me I'm insane beside us with this. So the one who is a doubter or he says here, the skeptic, then he will say, Ah, I don't know. I heard people saying something.

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So I said, so he will be struck with an iron hammer. So he screams with a screen that will be heard by everything except men. If man were to hear it, he would, it says sight he translate this as die. Sonic could mean die or it could mean faint. No See, his statement. Thus, thus a law will keep firm those who believe with the word that stands firm in this world and in the Hereafter, meaning it will make them among those who are not wavering or stuttering at response. The word that stands firm is he that such is set by him upon what the Allah translation which reads, don't you see how law sets forth a parable? a goodly word, a strong word of good word as a strong as a good tree, whose root is

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firmly fixed and its branches rich to the sky. You remember this was the subject of our study, last summer 2018 the book to live with and he said, you'll notice he meant

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clarity and explanation about it related to the tree of faith sugarcoated man it's all dealt with this ayah which deals with that name skip concerning his statement, the believer will say, My Lord is a lot.

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Next page.

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But the first meaning is better more concerned concerning his statement, the believer concerning his statement as for the skeptic, he will say a

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believer will say,

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so the believer will say my goodness alone. And when he is asked Who is your Lord? And when he is asked, and when he is he will he is asked what is your religion? He will reply Islam is my Deen is my religion. In a similar manner, he will say Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is my Prophet, when he's asked was your prophet. With this, the answers are correct, then a call from the heaven will call my servants spoke the truth. So spread out betting for him from within paradise, closed him from Paradise, and opened the door to paradise for him. And this is also

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collected by or this is also from the heavy developer Ah, even as if

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there is a long Hadith about a man who die from the inside the prophets of lie to his son of them then tells us what happens when the Angel of Death comes, and how that soul is turned over to the angles of Rama if that person is going to be forgiven by Allah subhana wa tada? Or is turned over to the angels of torment, if that person was one who rejected faith. And and we've covered that Hadith in detail over the summer.

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concerning a statement and keep going as for the skeptic, he will say, Ah, I don't know, I heard people saying something. So I said it. The skeptic refers to the doubt of the hypocrite and they're like, thus he will say, I don't know, I heard people saying something. And I followed them saying the same thing meaning faith had not penetrated his heart. He only used to say the same things that other people said, without faith reaching his heart. Think about it.

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As if he forgot something which he wants to be called. And this is from the greatest of sorrow that he imagines that he knows this response, but a barrier has been placed between me and think about that. So Pamela,

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when you ask the question, you know, one of those ones where you feel like it's on the tip of your tongue, like

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Not one of those ones like I

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don't even know what you're talking about.

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Not it's not one of those is one of those ones where it's like,

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I have no idea. It's on the tip, I'm almost there. So that's he, as he says, This is the greatest form of sorrow. He imagined. He knows the response. But the barriers between him in in that response, because he didn't get that Tibet from a loss of time.

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He will not say a loss, my Lord, not his nor he will believe, say Islam is my religion. nor will he say Mohammed is my Prophet, because he was a skeptic and adopter in the world. This is when he is being questioned in his grave, and he is most in need of knowing the correct answer, but he will be incapable. And he will just say instead, I don't know. But I heard the people saying something, so I said it. And so his faith was only a saying his faith was only a saint. And this is why it is critical, that our Islam is not a copycat, Islam does not promote that. Islam is a religion of evidence, it's a religion of proof. And we don't just copy people, because these people are saying

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this, or those people are saying that it's imperative that we strive to learn our Deen and that we teach, especially those that we are responsible for that we teach them our ID. allies, oh, so yummy, Nina Mo, COO, COO, COO, COO, coo now say, Oh, you believe Save yourselves, and your families, because you are responsible for them, save yourselves and your families from the fire. This is why it's so important, again, that we study.

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And while we're going through these books, because it takes time, it's a little, it requires a little work. It's not easy to sit here for two hours, three hours and, and sit down and go through a book and try to get this. But Allah Subhana Allah, this is why television is the is a great form of event. And after the Wags event, it is the greatest form of event seeking this the knowledge of this D because as you grow in knowledge, you're going to grow in faith, you're going to grow in your practice of Islam, and you're going to be able to at least teach those whom you are responsible for.

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concerning his statements, if that isn't the Hadeeth, namely, Afterwards, he will be struct with an ad. That's the statement of SQL same thing. Okay. Afterwards, he will be struck with an iron hammer. So he will screen with the screen that will be heard by everything except man. Okay. This is what Chiklis Sam says, He says that he will be struck with an iron hammer, he will scream so loud that it will be hurt by everything except men shake with him, he is actually going to correct that statement. Because it's not just man that won't hear it is also the gym, the gym will not hear that scream. He's so sick. So stick with him, he is actually going to correct that statement from

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sickness. He will also you know,

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I didn't have any intention of talking about this. But I think it's important for us to understand as well, that everybody statement can be accepted or rejected except for the one is even ematic by him, we'll learn to address except for the side where they'll be pointed to the grave of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sitting, everybody's statement is not it doesn't mean that it's for everybody to walk around, say no, I'm just I'm not accepting what he said. I don't care what he says. We're not talking about that. We're talking about, you know, real academic discourse here.

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There was some oversight shake was Sam said this, he made it perhaps he made a mistake shake with a mean, in his explanation. He's correcting that mistake. Right. Again, you've seen several instances from from when we started tonight, where there have been differing opinions amongst the scholars about particular topics. All of these are from the unseen, which means they're all aspects of it, then when there's not strong evidence for either opinion.

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And so there's going to be several opinions on on some of these things. It doesn't mean that when it comes to the foundations of our religion, or assume, of rd, that the style is different because they don't. But when it comes to these matters, that may be from belief, but are not from the foundations. And sometimes there is going to be different but there's room for there's room for some for others, they say some back and forth. So I just want to make that clear. That's not that I need to tell you he will be struck. He even sent me a statement he will be struck. That is the one who does not answer correctly. Were they

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He was a disbeliever or a hypocrite. Moreover, those who strike him are the two angels who will be asking him the questions. Also mirrors that back.

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mirrors, mirrors, mirrors.

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Okay, that is the iron hammer, just want you to know when my phone rang.

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That is the iron hammer. It is reported in some narrations that if all the people of Mina gathered to lift it, they would not be able to do so. When he is hit, he will cry out a terrible screen that will be heard by everything except for mankind. concerning his statement of entertainment yet, he will be struck so he will screen this is an audible hirable screen, everything will hear it those things that will hear his everbuying screen or those around him. And not everything in every place in the world hears sometimes the one hearing it will be affected by sets, such as when the Prophet upset is when the messenger or they used to that was passed by the graves of some idolaters some

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people who worship more than one God, well, he the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam was on his meal. And the meal became agitated, nearly kicking him off throwing him off for it hurt the sounds of those in the in her the sounds of their torment in it and then that is left out of the translation, which is another reason why it's important that your books be studied. Not that you just rely on the translation because sometimes the translations are not accurate. And sometimes things are left out. We want to stop.

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We want to stop here, we'd like to add what we're going to pick up on next time we're going to finish answering these questions with the length. And then we're going to start with the punishment and bliss in the grave. There are four main areas that are going to be covered based on our study. If you don't have the book,

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this is the book here. The explanation secret they mean for Shaka Latina last year, it's also available on a PDF form or you can go to ummm online.org. And you can

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download it from the front page or you can find it online and a few other places be the liaison plane. Any questions about what proceeded before we start? So like

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I saw when I

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was talking about the topic.

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Regarding

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over Yeah.

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His his his. That's because his objective was not to talk about the categories of tawheed. His objective was to show that when a person is being asked about the job, it is not simply that they are being asked about who will be and that is a last kind of Tyler's lordship, but that they are also being asked about who they worshipped, and one of them and he is encompassing of the other in any event.

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Can we do a QA we do?

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Have

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a law, like?

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law we can't whatever law we affirm, and when it comes to laws hands out his names and attributes, we affirm what Tyler firm for himself, because he knows about himself. And if he wanted to say something else about himself, he would have said it about himself. So we affirm what the law says about himself. And we negate philosophy into when he negates himself. We don't come and apply meanings that allows parents it did not say nor do we reject those meanings that he said about about himself. So there is no there is no 10th wheel there is no talty Yes.

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Yeah.

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know a person in a vegetative state still has a soul in their body that that person is is is breathing on their own the majority of the time that we're not talking about

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because the vegetative vegetative state is different from the one who has been declared brain dead. So they still have a lot of functions. They just they can't

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in terms of mechanical functions, but they're not able to think they're not able to recall memorize or anything like that they can't talk. But in terms of bodily functions, a lot of they a lot of them are doing that on their own. So they're not on ventilators and so forth. So that person is still that person is still alive.

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One in a vegetative state. Yes.

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Right.

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Right. So, for those who are cremated, who are devoured by animals and so on and so forth, the near here after begins immediately, I mean in terms of trial and so forth, because there is no break.

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And again, these are these are matters of the unseen.

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And so,

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Allah and Allah Subhana, Allah is Able to do all things, and there's nothing that is outside of his power. And we have certain I had these, for example, a man who thought he was going to escape punishment by getting cremated in this life and Allah subhanaw taala put them and brought him back together brought his body back together. Any question, man?

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Yes.

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So, so the Hadith of the prophets, I send them it's, what it indicates is that the person is being asked after they're buried, not as soon as they die.

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After they bury, right, in a situation here, like the brother mentioned, where someone is cremated, that Allah Subhana Allah knows best exactly when it's going to happen, but they're also going to be tried and tested. Yes.

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I've never heard that. And if that was the case, there would need to be something specific from Revelation. Yeah. And that is that the prophet SAW his son would have to have informed us of that. His question was, is there any evidence that one of the things that you'll be asked about in the grave is what Qibla you pray to? And I'm not aware of any, any evidence for that. And in fact, once a person is asked Maddie look, Annie, what is your deen? In other words, how did you worship Allah what system under which system? Did you worship Allah? And you say Islam, the net is encompassing of all of those things a lot of time to item 200 kilometers 100

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