Taimiyyah Zubair – Aqeedah Wasitiyyah – 22 Karamaat Of The Awliyaa The Ahlussunnah Their Methodology

Taimiyyah Zubair
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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Madhava le soon it will Gemma it fee chromatic Alia he must have the madhhab meaning the belief the opinion of who listen at will jamara of the listener will jamara fee concerning meaning about regarding got all metal earlier, the keramat of earlier.

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What do the listener say about Gollum at which are performed by Alia Have you heard of this term before Khurana?

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Is it something that you're comfortable with?

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No, because generally we've been this is what we think that karma is all false. There's no truth to it. It's just a made up story about a person to prove that he's very biased that he's very righteous. Now remember that gone out of earlier, this is a very important matter regarding which we must have clarity, we must be able to distinguish between the truth about it, and also the falsehood about it. Because remember that this is something that is true. It has a place in our Deen. Like, for example, in the Quran, there are many stories that are mentioned about the people of the past, that how extraordinary events took place during their lives. So for example, Maria, Was she a

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profit? No, she was not. But what happened with her? She shook a tree. Imagine a woman shaking a tree and that also a date bomb in the state of labor and what falls from it. dates. Can you ever do that?

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So what was this akadama right. Likewise, we learn about the story of masala cinnamon called mazarin is no profit. Yes, profits miracles can happen, no doubt about that we believe in it. However, hodel Who was he? The best thing that the scholars have said about him is that he was a well he he was not an angel. He was not a prophet, because the status of the Prophet is highest. So who was he he was a one he he was someone pious, someone righteous who was given special knowledge by Allah subhanaw taala. And that knowledge that awareness, that was what karma, right? So remember that keramat have Olia they have a place in our religion. And this is why we need to be clear about these matters.

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We should be able to distinguish the reality from fantasy, what is true and what is false. What is the criteria that we must have based on which we identify what is true and what is not true? Women also the Allison Nettie and of the principles among the fundamentals of Illuminati of the persona is at the staple, the confirmation of meaning the listener confirm, they believe, what do they believe in? Because all metal earlier in the Quran as of earlier, now over here, we need to be clear on who our earlier and what our comment earlier. This is a plural of Wali who is already a friend. And over here what is meant by Oh Leah are the friends of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Who are Allah's friends?

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Give me an evidence from the Quran or something.

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Yes, exactly. Allah in the Odia Allahu la Hovind arleen him while I am yes is a known who are they alladhina amanu wakanow el topo. Those people who have Eman and who are fearful of Allah soprano, Medina. So whoever is a believer with the poor, Who is he, a valley of Allah, Who, which person is already of Allah, the One who has Eman and taqwa and the level of this friendship of this wilayah will be determined by the level of a person's Eman and taqwa The greater the man the higher the man the higher the taqwa The greater the will lie. And the weaker the faith, the weaker that apart. Of course, that will I will also be weak. Right? And how is this Eamon and dakwah demonstrated through

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a person's data and through his dealings with people, not by mere claim. So for example, if it is said about a person, oh, he's a big bully. And that person doesn't even pray so now is that. I mean if he says I'm a bully, and everybody says about him, that he's the one

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of Allah and he does anyone praise Allah is he wanting to know? How is amen and taqwa proven, not by claim, but by through Riba. And through dealings with people, this is how it is proven. So the earlier chromat happen at their hands through them, and the listener believe in them. The next question is what is a Corolla? Corolla is basically an event that is contrary to usual practice usual norm

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meaning it's an unusual event. It's not something normal it's an unusual event which Allah subhanaw taala causes to occur. Remember this Allah causes to occur at the hands of a Willie? Why?

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Because he is friend to Allah soprano Tada. So Allah will cause something, you know, unusual to occur at his hands. Why? Okay, okay, that first of all, in the aid and support of that servant, right in order to help that servant in order to support him in order to help him in order to grant him firmness.

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Like, for example, there was this man, his name was slobin lscm. Okay. He was from the February, he learned from Eben Masaru little dilemma on who so once slobin a sham, he was on an expedition, right? He was traveling for jihad. He was a major hit piece of data. And what happened, that his donkey or his meal, died, died, all right.

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And the rest of the army is going and he just stopped. Because donkey died, and people are telling him come walk with us, at least don't stay behind. He said, I'm just going to pray to locker. He performed to the car and he made Dorothea Allah return my donkey to me.

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And that donkey returned to life.

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This is an authentic incident. Okay. Now, this is what? Why did Allah subhanaw taala let this happen in aid, in support of his servant, so that he can continue India visa vilella.

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Maria, she was going to give birth to our listener. And what she was the state that she was in was very hard, very difficult. What happened, she was told shake the tree, shake the tree and date spell. This was what Allah aid Allah support. Now an ordinary woman, if she would shake the tree, nothing would fall, she wouldn't be able to even shake it. So why did the last panel started, give her that ability to shake the tree and let the dates fall? Why? To aid her to support her to grant her firmness? Because imagine what that would have taught Maria, that I am stronger than I think. Because she was feeling so weak, right to the point that she was saying, I wish I was dead. Right?

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But imagine when she shook the tree, she must have felt that yes, Alice help is with me. I am strong in charm, I can do this. It gave her firmness. It gave her strength going through this experience. And another reason why Allah subhanaw taala causes such events to occur at the hands of his servants is to aid the religion to help their religion. Like for example, the Sahaba what happened with them? It's at certain occasions when they were in jihad. And they came in front of water. See, imagine what did they do? They just walked over the water. They didn't drink. They did not drown. They walked over the water. This is amazing. What was this a trauma, right? The Sahaba the narrative

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about how the water was, you know, reaching a high level of their bodies, but they were still walking in the water. And the water was very deep. So this was in order to aid them. If you think about the word karma, what's the root? cause them? What does it mean? mobility as well as honor. So through a Kodama Allah subhanaw taala grants honor to who, to that servant. And also to is the because in dentro de la Yun circle, if you help the cause of Allah, Allah will also help you, Allah will also aid you. Now, just a few things. for clarification. Remember that karma is an unusual event. It's not a common one.

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Okay, it's an extraordinary one unusual one, something that doesn't happen normally. And also remember that every unusual event is not economic. Okay? Because unusual events can also happen through magic. It can be the work of shavon but a comma happens at the hand of a wedding. It happens with Amen. So it is important to do recognise this. You know, for example, if you're told about an amazing, you know, very surprising story about how someone was performing a bidder, but then they saw news

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This all light, okay? they're engaged in an act of innovation. And they say, you know what, when I was doing it, I saw norm. Now remember that is not economic. Because if an unusual event is happening with falsehood, what is that the work of shape on? It is the work of shavonne. I remember somebody telling me that how once they were, you know, participating in that practice where a certain people in certain time of the year they beat themselves, right in remembrance of the family of the prophets that a lot isn't. And this an individual said that I was doing it for the first time. Okay, they were beating themselves up, and they said they were bleeding. And you know, the

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hand that they have, as a sign, right? They said that I saw it. Hi, yeah, it was at the top of the building, and I saw that it was trickling with blood. And they said, That gave me such a boost. That this is all healthy. This is all true. But now remember, this is an unusual event. But if it's happening, while a person is engaged in an act of innovation, then is it a kurama? No, it can be the work of shavonne. It can be the work of Shannon and in fact, shavonne does such things. Why in order to lead people astray? All right. Now remember, there's also magic. What is magic? It's through shavon. Right? It's through shaitan? And what is magic unusual event? Like remember the magicians of

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film? What did they do? They threw their sticks and their ropes and they all turned into snakes? Was that a drama? No. Was that a sign that the magicians were upon the truth? No. So how do you recognize a kannamma? How do you recognize a Columbia? How do you identify? How do you distinguish between a kurama? And an unusual event which is not necessarily, you know, a source of guidance is you look at the person who is he? What does he believe in? What does he say? And what is he promoting? What are his actions like Eman and taqwa, right? This is what you need to see the individual now for example, the gel at the end of time when he will come? Will he perform

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extraordinary unusual events? So we have been told that don't be deceived by that. Right? Why don't we believe in the gel? Why should not we? Because he is a liar. Right? So this is important to remember, because many times you will hear amazing stories, and people are trying to convince you that you should come to this grave or you should go to such and such person and you should give them they are and so on and so forth. All those amazing stories can be there. But if they contradict the Quran and Sunnah, then they're not impressive to us, that you also have to see that the person who is claiming a kurama or about one kilometer being claimed, what is his goal? What is he trying to

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accomplish? Is it just self glorification, you know, victory for himself or really, he's promoting the cause of the team. Many times you will see non Muslims even they will experience you know, unusual events in their lives, you know, for example, a man in a car accident and what happens, somebody else comes and just lifts up the car or just breaks the door open. Now, an ordinary person cannot do that. And that person was ordinary, what happened in that instant, he got a boost of energy right. And he managed to lift up the car all by himself or he managed to open the door all by himself. So, these unusual events happen generally also All right. And what do they prove they

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basically prove a loss of paneled artists complete ability, a loss of paneled artists complete power, that while Allah subhanaw taala has decided certain universal norms, right, based on which things happen always, but Allah subhanaw taala can also go against them, right?

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Also remember that a kurama happens, it is not performed, what does it mean? Exactly? that the person does not have control over it? If he has control over it, he says, You know what, let me show you something, then there's a problem.

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Okay, it happens, it is not performed, a person himself does not have control over it. Now, remember that there's three things more desert, which are the miracles of the prophets, right. And secondly, there's a chromat, which are, you can say miracles or you can say unusual events that happen at all at the hands of a less friends. And thirdly, there is magic,

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which is also an unusual event, but it is false. Right? So all three must be known, recognized, and we should be able to distinguish between all three of them.

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Now remember that with the end of the profits, mortgages that they have also come to an end except for which mortgages

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The Quran which is an eternal living miracle, right? However, in the oma of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Quran that they shall remain. And remember that the Quran mat of the Olia, they're like the miracle of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because why would a coma happen to a person? Why, in his aid in his support for the new sort of the dean, and that essentially is proving what the truth of the prophets of Allah who already who was under

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so this is a reason why women will slowly Ellison nothing that does, they will be chromatic. Alia of the principles of Arizona is to confirm and believe in the Quran. Why? Because they're mentioned in the Quran, where they mentioned in the Quran, comment

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any comments that are mentioned in the Quran?

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Many how the Marion, US herbal cough, right? All of these are what calama because they were nonprofits

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in the summer, or they mentioned in the summer, where

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we'll say that although I knew he was reciting the Quran at night, and what happened, he saw light, right? Small lights, and later on. I mean, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him that it was because of the recitation of the Quran, he was Sakina. Right? So in the signals, and in the center, many stories are mentioned by for example, we learn about many stories of the people of the past.

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Which the prophets Allah is Allah informed us, like, for example, the story of the three men who got trapped in the cave. I mean, it was such a huge boulder it moved just because of a door.

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Right? So Allah subhanaw taala, accepted their door or the door of the three men and move the Boulder. So it was an unusual event that happened through the Odia of Allah. Right. And if you think about it, the kilometer mentioned the Quran and the Sunnah, and such events, unusual events, we hear about them, we witness them in the lives of other people. And sometimes we hear about them from reliable sources. So this is something that we cannot deny. Now, if you analyze all of these events logically, scientifically, can you prove them?

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No, you cannot. You cannot prove them, it's very difficult to prove them, it's very difficult to understand them even.

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And this is the reason why the more Tesla, they reject chromat

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because they look at everything logically. If it doesn't make sense to the ACO, we don't accept it. So the Morteza they said if you affirm Columbia, that they said that if you believe in Columbia that you are basically resembling magicians to earlier and earlier to the profits, you were saying that all of them are the same, because all of them perform unusual events happen at their hands. So this is a reason why they rejected keramat but what's the answer to that?

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If a weli effa calama happens at his hands the well he is not claiming Prophethood

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and if he was claiming Prophethood then we would not consider that to be a comma we would consider that to be the work of shape one right

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all right, what am I usually level and that which Allah causes to occur meaning the listener also confirm that which Allah causes to occur either add him at their hands at whose hands the earlier what happens at their hands men holiday oddity

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men from Hawaii, Hawaii, what occurs against Okay, what is contrary to allow that what is our that

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habit norms. So, in other words, the unusual occurrences that occur at the hands of the Olia and who causes them to occur.

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Allah soprano Tada This is also necessary to remember like we said that karma is not performed. It happens because Allah soprano tada causes it to happen the person himself does not have control over it. Right.

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And what kind of karamat are their feet? Anwar ilumi Well, mocha fatty what and where is it what feel it?

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Now, first of all, remember that holiday or that what is contrary to you know, usual habit? Basically, political added refers to what is contrary to other konia what is are the konia universal norms that our last panel data has created, that Allah subhanaw taala has decided. So what is karma

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What is against that? What is against the universal norms? Okay? Like, for example, if there's water, and a person goes on it, what's the universal norm? What's the other konia?

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person will do?

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Right? If a donkey has died, what's the universal norm? It's dead.

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Right? That's the other konia. But however, what happens contrary to that is what that a person is going on water and he does not drown, that a donkey dies, but then it comes back to life. Right? So this is a Corolla, and these Corona, Allah subhanaw taala causes to happen. And these comments are of different kinds. What they're basically divided into two categories. The first category is Anwar illumi. One mocha fatty Anwar what is Anwar different types of rulu what is

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Florida what is a knowledge information

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that a person comes to know of Renu? That others do not have knowledge of?

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Like, for example, how the

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he learned he knew about things which Messiah Salaam even did not know.

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So, this is a kind of karma

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All right, that a person comes to know about something which others cannot know about. You know, like the father of use of RSM he could smell use of artemisinin. But again, he was a prophet of Allah. So for a prophet, something like this to happen. You know, it's, of course, we have to believe in that there's no doubt about that. But when it happens with a Wali, this is the discussion over here right. Now, there is an incident about Abu Bakar below on who reported by I showed a little one. I should have noted that when a worker was on his deathbed, he said to him, I show you have two brothers and two sisters. So I felt alone. And he became startled at this because she said

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I had only two brothers and one sister, who was their sister last night, not alone.

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So she was amazed at what is he saying? So she found out that abubaker bulevar and his wife was pregnant

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with a girl

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and they did not know it was a girl until after the death of a worker and the girl was born.

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So this isn't gonna blow on her head how Allah subhanaw taala gave it to him somehow, you know, we don't say that angel comes in what he happens through some means it can even happen through a dream. All right. So this is a comma. And mocha fat mocha Chabad. florala, mocha shefa? What's the route?

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cache? What does it mean? When something is revealed when something is exposed?

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that a person comes to know of something something is unveiled to him in a way that it is not unveiled? For other he sees something and others don't see it?

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Like, for example, it happened with a model dillo on who once he was standing on the member giving quote, all right, and all of a sudden, during the hotbar, he said, All Saudia the mountain, or sorry, the mountain and the people got startled at where Sadie there's no Saudia here, and which mountain is he talking about? Why sing that in the middle of the football. So after the hopa, he said that I saw that Saudia who was the leader of an army that are motivated or who had dispatched, and this army was were in Iraq, that Satio and his people were being trapped by the enemy. And I saw the mountain so I wanted to tell him, you know, go and take refuge in the mountain. Now Saudia all

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the way in Iraq, he was in trouble the enemy is coming surrounding the Muslim army. And what happened he heard the voice of one of the lower who go to the mountain go to the mountain society, you know, immediately went to the mountain and with his army and took refuge over there.

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Now, this was a completely unusual event.

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And this is authentic. This is a kurama mocha Shabbat something was revealed to or model below one who from such a far distance, other people did not know did not see. And likewise, Sadie I heard that sound others did not. This was a Koroma. Alright,

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so this is one category fee Anwar illumi one more cash fit.

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Another category is what unwire in Potala t what filati

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different types of podra what is podra power ability? What that field theory plural of the theory of meaning effect impression.

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Like for instance, you know, certain people in a certain situation, they're given extraordinary power and ability and that has an amazing effect. Again, money that podra that you

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was given to shake the tree until the date spell. This was what

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a Khurana that extra power and the effect that it had, likewise. So a man or lady sent him when he wanted the throne of the queen to be brought, what happened? The man who was given knowledge? What did he say? That I will bring it in the blink of an eye?

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Right? This is a Khurana in an incident, we learned that holiday even what do you draw the line who some poison was brought to him? And he asked it, what is this? And they said, it's poison that kills in a very short time, basically, mean, people were trying to kill him. And in a situation like that, what could he do? He had to drink it. He said Bismillah and he drank it. And he didn't die. Nothing happened to him.

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Nothing happened to him. Isn't that amazing?

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Now, this doesn't mean that, you know, you try it now, you don't perform a Kdrama it happens by the will of Allah by the power of Allah soprano.

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And it happens when, when a person the strong amount of complete reliance upon Allah soprano other than Allah will assist him.

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And mocha Chavez, when something is revealed, remember that story about a man who he was going and he heard a sound that rain on the land of so and so the cloud was being ordered, was being commanded that go and make rainfall on the land of so and so. So that person followed the cloud, right? And he saw that the water of the cloud benefited only that particular land. So he spoke to the owner. And he asked him, What do you do? He said, I give a third of it, in the way of Allah, a third of it for my family, and a third of it for future investment. Right? So he was made to hear a sound, you know, a call, go and rain on the land of so and so this is what cash. All right. Now remember that we

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believe in what is narrated of the climate. But there's one important condition in addition to amen and the core, one more important condition, and that is that these stories that we hear about must be authentic also.

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Because sometimes you will find books and books full of such amazing stories, or in praise of a scholar in praise of a you know of a very pious person, there are many stories that are reported. But are they necessarily true? No. So you have to check the authenticity also. They must be narrated through trustworthy narrators.

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130 on Sally Phil omoni facility cafe y Ria. Walmart sorry, what is so what is reported on from about Sally fellowmen Salif preceding generations of who among the nation's meaning the preceding nations generations, so that basically people of the past

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are there karamat that are reported concerning the people of the past. Many were, for example, De Soto cafe, in Saratoga itself. So when it's mentioned in the Quran, there is no denying will add her and others as well meaning in other parts of the Quran also, such incidents are mentioned. And they're not just found in the Quran. But these narrations are also reported about who about the Sahaba for example, through through Hades, you know, we learned about these columns that were on Saturday had the almighty Minister haverty whatever arena was set at fileopen, oma one and about suddenly, what is sort of the early part of something basically saw that is to appear.

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So suddenly had the hill oma, meaning the early part of this coma, the first generations of this oma

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who were the administer Huberty of the Sahaba, with February, end of February, did Chroma happened at their time, many. In fact, scholars say that more of the climate happened at the time of the Sahaba and February. Why, because they were closer to the truth, their Eman and taco was stronger, greater. And there was also a lot of you can say fitna occurring at that time, so in order to aid those upon the truth. And in order to show their truthfulness. chromat happened, especially during the time it also happened during the time of the web. So for example, we learned about Kobe, there'll be a lot more on who that when he was taken as a captive in Macau, and remember that the

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mccanns killed him publicly.

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It was narrative about him then this isn't Buhari that he was seen eating from a bunch of grapes.

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Imagine in Makkah, he was seen eating from a bunch of grapes grapes that do not grow in muck

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And grapes that would never be given to a prisoner.

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So this was what a Coloma. It happened to the Sahabi Ayman, she said that when I was making hedgerow, and she was basically escaping Makkah for her life safety, and what happened, she had no water with her. And she decided to fast she was fasting, but then it was time to break her fast. And imagine how she must have been feeling in the heat of the desert fasting, no water, nothing to eat nothing at all. And she said, I heard a noise above my head. So I looked up and saw a water skin hanging above my head, and she drank from it until she had quenched her thirst. Now, where did that water come from? That waters can Where did that water come from? It was a love special aid for her

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gift for her, cut them for her honor for her in her aid and support. But is this limited to the time of us Robin Vereen? No was set at fiddle can oma set it and the rest of Philippine homophilic over here doesn't mean different different groups, the guided and the misguided no Philippines generations over here, the rest of the generations of the soma,

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meaning the Sahaba, that are very drama happened at their time, however, after them also, yes, calamari will happen where he mo Judah tone fear, and they are existing in them, meaning in all of the generations of this era Yeoman piano until the day of judgment, until the end of time column that shall happen, like for example, the gen, you will call a young man, and that man will say you are a liar, your only mercy heard the gel about whom the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam informed us. So the gel, you will kill him, he will kill that man in such a way that he will split him into half. So one part of the body will fall to the right side and the other part of the body

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will fall to his left side. And the jail will walk in the middle. So he will go through, okay, and the body of the person, one part of it and the writer of the journal and the other part on the left side of the chair. And then when the judge will go through, he will say he will basically resurrect that man, that man will come back to life. And the jail will ask him to acknowledge the jail as God because I've given life to you. But that man will say that I have not been more clearly convinced about you than today that you were certainly are the gel, and the gel will try to kill him but he won't be able to the gel will try to kill him but he will not be able to. So this is what kurama for

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that man. When is this happening near the end of time. So column ads, remember, they exist in the oma. They happen with Allah's help, happens with what amen and tabla and it's a sign of a person being upon the truth, and a person being alone already.

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You know, the there was a man soon after the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, as well NC, and he claimed to be a prophet. And you know what he did, he basically through a man who rejected us with a lens into fire

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into the fire.

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And he was not burned by the fire.

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He was not burned by the fire.

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And this is the reason why the scholars say that every miracle that was granted to a previous Prophet was also granted to Muhammad Sallallahu already who was

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either granted to him directly, or later on what happened through his followers. When those columns What happened? What happened, it was essentially a miracle for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because what do these columns that show that the one whom they follow, meaning Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was a true messenger.

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So for example, if he wrote this and it was thrown in the fire, did it burn him? No. The follower of Prophet sallallahu Sallam was thrown in the fire didn't burn him. No.

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So these miracles, these chromat Do they have a place in our religion? Yes. Do we believe in them? Yes. Do we reject them? No. But do we approach you know this category of knowledge with caution? Yes, we do. Are there certain criterias that we must remember? Yes. Clear. Okay. Just because we see a person hi in Eman, taqwa knowledge, so on and so forth in their ibadah. That doesn't mean that we begin expecting extraordinary, you know, events to happen in their life or extraordinary things to take place at their hands. Don't begin to expect such things. And just because you don't see something. You say, Oh, I'm not impressed by their knowledge and I'm not impressed by the Rebbe. No.

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And at the same time, remember that even if a Chroma happens and you witness it, you hear about it, remember that they're still a human being, and they're still a servant.

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Now, so far in this book Alhamdulillah we have studied about their paid off and also Noah jamara regarding Allah subhanho wa Taala regarding the book of Allah His speech, likewise regarding the Day of Judgment regarding other right and now after the repeat of Elisa know what is being mentioned is there What is there? practical methodology? What is there? I'm like, what kind of armor do they do?

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Some women 3040 alesana t well jamara t, then from the methodology of the listener, well, Gemma, they're 30 their way their practice is what it de barro following Saturday Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Athol meaning the narrations of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how do they follow them? But when will he run internally as well as externally?

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What is the way of the listener? Who do they follow?

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What has been reported about the prophets of Allah who already was unknown?

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Now, remember that there is no empty bar without. So if you want to know about what the prophet sallallaahu Selim did, if you wish to follow Him, what's the first step?

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and this is the reason why the undersand are eager to learn the Sunnah. Why? Because they wish to follow it, you can only follow once you know you can only do something once you have a

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and this is the reason why it is very, very important near the end lesson of what of the Quran as well as the Hadith

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because the Hadith is what teaches us the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And they follow the reports about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam back when it was all hidden in their battlin as well as in their life, meaning whatever has been reported about the prophets that a lot of them whether it has to do with Arpita or it has to do with luck, or it has to do with privada or it has to do with Dawa. They are people of Sunnah, they follow the Sunnah. Because remember that some sunon they are to be followed were in the button and some sunon they have to be followed where in the wall here, what is battling that which is hidden, that which people cannot see. So for example, what's going on in the heart? Have you ever thought about this following the profits of a

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lot of seller?

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internally also, when we think about to know what do we think about how to do will do and where exactly to position your hands and saw that? Yes, these are some but these are what law hit. There are also balconies on us that we have to follow that have to do with the heart.

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Give me an example.

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam said let you know hadoken had that you have a female Lin FC. So from the Sunnah, what do we learn loving for your brother, what you love for yourself? This is a matter which is

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nothing which is in the heart, following the Sunnah there as well. The prophet SAW a lot of them, did he trust upon his Lord?

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Did he have fear of his Lord? Did he have hope? In his Lord? Did he remember Allah in His heart? Did he turned to him? Did he have love for people? Yes. So, so doing this is also following the son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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You know, for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was once asked that, who do you love the most? He said, I shall deliver and he was asked know from among the men. He said, Abubakar, her father. Now if he's saying that he loved his wife, what does it show? That he loved people? So loving people?

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Having that emotion of love, of course for people that are jealous, okay. And it's recommended it's good to love them they're close to you. They related to this is also following this on.

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loving children look at the way the Prophet sallallahu Sallam expressed his love for his grandchildren. Expression

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His love for his daughter,

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her son, Dylan, all of this is what button. Alright. And remember that button what is hidden is also sometimes what is hidden from people. So what you do at home, behind closed doors, so for example, about money sooner, I mean something that people don't witness is, for instance, how you do will do, because you always do it in a closed washroom. People don't see how you do it, but following the profits of a lot of them even in that, likewise, also putting your clothes on taking your clothes off. Right. All of that also involves following the sun. So the sun give priority to the sun of the prophets on a lot of time and they follow the sun now whether it is battlin or overhead, the light

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is what that which is manifest to people.

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So for example, performing the Salah, for instance, for a man to have a beard, you know, giving sadaqa Hajj, going for Hajj fasting, reciting the Quran, doing Vicar doing is too far, sometimes out loud also in a gathering remembering Allah subhanaw taala did the Prophet Solomon is gonna do that? Yes. So these are what? So notice that our la hit. So the listener follow the Athol of the profits on a lot of sand and bedlinen will hit on.

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Now, one more clarification over here. The I thought about the profits on a lot of them. What is your portrait about him? His actions they are off various categories.

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First is the actions that he did that are reported about him the actions that he did as their booth as a form of worship.

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So for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam entered the masjid and performed to locker or he told somebody when they came into the masjid perform to Dakar, the prophets that a lot of them performed Salah at a certain time. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam performed Salah in a certain way.

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Now, these actions which are reported about the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what do they tell us about everybody? So the actions which he performed as the our booth as a form of worship, are we required to follow the Prophet sallallahu sinnamon these matters? Of course, no doubt about that. Secondly, what he did it develop on what he did incidentally.

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Like, for example, on the profits of a lot is in a one four hedge, he entered Makkah on the fourth of the ledger. Does this mean when we go for hedge we also have to enter mark on the fourth, it cannot be the third cannot be the fifth? No, we're not required to follow the Prophet sallallahu Sallam concerning these actions which happened incidentally. Likewise, when the prophets of Allah has departed from Ottawa, he descended, you know, particular mountain pass, and he used the bathroom over there and he performed will do Does it mean that when we go for Hajj, and when we're leaving Ottawa, we have to do the same thing? No, these actions happen. How, incidentally, so we're not

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required to emulate him in this regard. Thirdly, are those actions which the Prophet said a lot is intended as either as a habit

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or not habit, you can say, due to custom? Because that was the custom of that time, not because it was an act of worship, but he did it because it was a customer at that time.

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So for example, writing a camel, why did he write a camel? Why did you write a horse? Because that was the custom. That's what you use as a means of transport. So today, you say, you know, don't use a car, you should have a camel because the prophets have a lot of them used a camel

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Is that necessary for us to do know, the profits of a lot of them wore certain clothes? Okay, a color or for example, a design or, you know, for example, the type of clothes that he was wearing, he lived in a particular kind of house. That was so why, because it was the customer of that time. So are we required to follow him in that? No. Then fourthly, the actions which are reported about him that he did due to his disability due to his natural disposition. So for example, he ate something or he left something, you know, for instance, that at one occasion, the prophet said a lot of time was brought some cooked vegetables, and in them was also garlic, a lot of garlic. And the

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smell was really strong. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he refused to eat it. Why? Because he said that I speak to the one whom you don't speak to meaning jabril comes and speaks to me.

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So he didn't want to eat food that was very aromatic. So does it mean that we don't even eat food that is aromatic. We can eat it. The profits on a lot of them left it for his own personal reason. You understand? However, he did tell us that if we've eaten raw garlic, then we should not come to the masjid. So that guideline is there.

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Now remember that when it comes to this category, what the prophet said a lot of them did due to his natural disposition. To some extent, we have to follow him in that, because there is example in that for us. And it was these natural these actions which turned into his habits, which we call habits. So for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would give something with his right hand, take something from his right hand, whenever he would begin doing something, you would begin with the right side first, likewise, the way that he put his clothes on, right, the way that he went to sleep lying down on his right side, right, drinking water. So all of these are what actions the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam did, you know, as is Jamila, meaning his natural preference, that was his natural disposition? Should we follow him in that? Yes, we should.

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You know, for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Do not eat while reclining.

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So for example, the person is reclining on the dining chair, and eating food at the same time, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Do not do that.

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So when we're eating, how should we be sitting? upright, right? Likewise, he said, and do not eat bread, which is made from Refined Flour, meaning, basically flour that is, from which all the like really, really fine flour that has been grounded, and all the fiber or the husk has been taken out. So he said, don't eat that.

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Right. So the Prophet sallallahu himself didn't eat it. And he also told us not to eat it. So which means that the next time you're using all purpose flour or Refined Flour, make sure you add something else to it as well. And even a quarter cup of whole wheat, or half cup, even two tablespoons or something of all wheat. Why? Because the prophets of Allah told us not to eat pure, refined flour. You know, you can say that all but it was a you know, how could people it wasn't available at that time? Or, or perhaps the prophets have a lot of them didn't prefer it for himself. Okay, but he also said do not eat it.

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Do not eat it.

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So, this is something that we need to follow him in.

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Because many times we disregard such hobbies, or such sunon that we are told about, we don't give much importance than we think. So now that we have to follow his after school essay. So panela 33 times Yes, you should do that. But in addition, the other of the prophets a lot is under the guidance that he gave us concerning eating, concerning sleeping concerning waking up wearing clothes, that is something that we need to observe as well.

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I mean, have you ever seen white bread for example, you can just make a ball of dough in your hand, it will turn back into dough in your head. Just imagine what would happen to it once it goes into your stomach? Is it not going to stick to the lining of your stomach and cause issues in your health? serious issues? Right? So remember that whatever the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did, is a guidance for us it's a source of benefit for us everything of benefit to us the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us about on anything that was harmful for us he forbade us from it.

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So the way of the listener is to follow the author of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about when I was a heroin

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what cubero and to follow the Sabine the way of a savvy penal a welline. Who are 17 and a will in Milan Mahajan will answer.

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After the sooner

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who's where do we follow the way of the companions? Who are they a savvy clean, savvy team, plural of savvy aku sabich.

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The one who is before others,

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the one who proceeds others. So they proceeded others in good in righteous deeds. And I believe they were the first ones, the first generations mindomo Hadrian will answer amongst them, oh, hygiene, those who immigrated from Mecca to Medina. And the answer those who help them, those who assisted them. So we follow them.

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Because they were closest to the time of the province and a lot of them in fact, the Sahaba they lived with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they witnessed him, they heard him they learn from him, they traveled with him, they ate with him, they prayed with him. So obviously their way would be the closest to the truth.

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Right, it would be closest to guidance. And remember this as a rule that the generations which were closer to the time of the prophets on a lot is on them. They are closest to the truth.

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And the farther a generation is from the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam The farther it is from the truth unless they're holding on to what the prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba

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But that

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you understand. So this is the reason why the listener will jamara follow the way of the Sahaba. I mean, a savvy team, what does that indicate those who work ahead in doing good, all right, not ahead in Berlin, because there were people who were misguided even at that time, remember has an adversary his student, I mean, a person who would come in his matchless is the one who began all of this deviation concerning alleged names and attributes. Right? So I say within a volume in Omaha, Gina will answer what tomorrow we'll see it Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they also follow the, the instruction of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Haleakala, in which he said, la can be so

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nutty or LA come, what does it literally mean?

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upon you?

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meaning something should be upon you. It should not be separated from you. In other words, you must adhere to

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what should you adhere to be so nutty, my son don't leave it was so nutty and also the way of unqualified who are qualified literally successors those who succeed

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which will affect alijah Dean so those who will succeed meaning the prophets or the liners, which people who will succeed the Prophet said a lot of them who are a Russia dean of Russia, Dean, those following the right way. Those who are right minded, rushed, Alma D, those who are rightly guided are rushing in Alma de mimbar D after me, meaning such people who will come after the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who are upon the right way and who are also rightly guided follow there some that must suck will be here hold on to it cling to it. What my sooner and there's some where I'll do or LA have been no Ajith I'll do what does it mean to bite?

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Right are eleiko enamel Amina live. So I'll boo bite, grab with your teeth or lay her upon it upon what mean the sooner cling to it been no edges? No edges are the molars the back deep. I imagine if you're holding on to something with your front teeth. Can it be easily pulled out? Yes, but if you're holding on to something with your back teeth

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What does it mean don't let go of it.

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Don't let go of it.

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I'll do I really have been no Ajit, in other words claim to it stubbornly

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No matter how much people persuade you to leave my son

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to leave the way of the prophets a lot of sentiment the companions don't leave it. What a year como Marta 30 or more? What year come What does this mean?

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Beware off, okay. yakko literally translates as only you. But it's basically for warning that beware off you better be wear off you better be careful about one more defective or more newly invented matters. Why? Because for in the colavita arten lalala every innovation newly invented matter is what a misguidance it is error.

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So the anisimova follow this was the year of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam What do we learn this was the first of all, to follow, to claim to adhere to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu ala Sangha. And secondly, follow the Sunnah of the whole of

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the whole affair, who succeeded the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in in in Arma in Dawa and the first to be included in this description and the most worthy of this description or who the whole effort the first bore hole ever right, I will buckled over or modal to lower the lower eyelid on the lower end.

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So, the way of the Sahaba Remember, it is the way of how it is not the way of bilall orbiter.

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Okay, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us to hold on to their way to follow their way.

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Which means that anything that the Sahaba did,

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and they agreed upon it, meaning no one objected at their action. So that is a huge issue for us. That is something that we have to follow.

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All right. So, for example, in Buhari, we learned that when Marwan was the Emir of Medina,

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and he was not as a hobby was someone who came afterwards but during his time, so how long were there like that he was there. So what happened during that time, technically, the sun

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of the Prophet sallallahu This one is what? How is selected it's supposed to be performed first salah and then Hotspur. But Milan what he did was that he reversed the order.

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Why? Because he said that people don't listen to the haka. So we put the hookah first so that people listen to the whole pie and then we will lead them in prayer. Whereas if we let them in prayer first and then hope what comes next they will perform this lie and then go away.

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Was he criticized for this heavily? So much so that once when he arrived for eight Salah, he was trying to ascend the member, and it will say the hungry, he grabbed him. He grabbed him. He wasn't letting him ascend the public. He said, No first Salah, and marijuana to literally pull himself. You know, he forced himself upon the member and a booster illiquidity. Did he stop there? No.

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After the hookah, he said that, if you've changed, it will allow you the autumn, you've changed the dean.

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So my wind even gave him an explanation, but he didn't accept it. So is that harder for us what no one did? No, not at all. Why? Because it was criticized by the companions, even though this is something that happened in the early generations,

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because it was criticized by the companions. But there were some other things which the Sahaba did. And the others, however, did not criticize them. The majority of the Sahaba at least they accepted it. So for example, it was handled lower and what happened in his time, the population of the people increased heavily. And many people lived in Medina, which meant that the population was also spread out. Now, when the plan is made for Joomla, what does it mean, when the plan is being made? The Imam has come in hope is going to begin immediately.

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Now, people who are right outside the masjid or were literally two minutes away for them, it's possible to come immediately. But for people who are 10 minute walk away, it's not convenient for them. So it was not another one who found the need for a van to be made before the actual event for Juma. Right.

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So he started this, so that people who are 10 minutes away 15 minutes away, they have time to come to the masjid. Was this an innovation? No, it wasn't innovation. Why? Because there was a need, or some kind of lower and who was not criticized by other companions, right. And also, we see that was mind blowing, who found an example of this in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how the vilanova were on whom he would give the first event of budget, before budget actually began.

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That people who are praying the emulator, they know that fragile is about to be in so they should wrap up.

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Right? People who are sleeping should wake up people who wish to fast should complete their so who, right? So an early and then why to inform the people he found an example of this in the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and this is the reason why he began this event.

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Now, if there's a similar situation like that today, where people need to be informed about Joomla prior to the actual time, can this be done? Yes, it can be done. Can we follow the way of responding to love on who? Yes, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said earlier can be sooner it was sooner qualified Rashidi and Maddie in their rightly guided what's the evidence that they were rightly guided

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or the long run home What to do? In the Quran, Allah has said that he is happy with them He is pleased with them.

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Right that he has forgiven them. at so many occasions we learned that Allah subhanaw taala he informed that he was pleased with the companions right? So this is why the way of the companions is also something that we have to follow and look at the words the must circle behalf Where do I lay have been no agid hold on to this cling to this Don't leave it what Jaco memoria does that and

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then the third part of this was here is what to be aware of newly invented matters. More than that, more data is what something that is new

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and more matters which matters which are new.

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In the deen matters in the deen meaning when something new is introduced in the deen and something new is added to the deen.

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So for example, if a person says oh this is a new solid that we will pray

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a sixth prayer

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or we will also celebrate a third read

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or we will celebrate this or even that or we will perform this hedge we will perform this era Okay, or people add a new mode of urba a new method of worship to forex

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sitting together and everybody's saying that out loud together. This is a new mode of reviver because it did not exist in lifetime the profits of a lot isn't that everybody together is, you know, in a dark room saying they cook together. So, this is a new mode of rebellion. Now remember that more dunia matters of the world, which of worldly matters basically, which are new, they're not included in this.

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Okay? So, for example, newly invented matters which are worldly.

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Are they permissible? Yes. Because the general principle concerning worldly matters is that everything is permissible unless stated otherwise.

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All right. So for example, technology,

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or, you know, for instance, telephone, radio,

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coffee, you know, all of these things at once they first came out, initially, there was hesitation on the part of the Muslims, they weren't willing to accept it, because this was something new. They said drinking coffee was a bit

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alright, or that radio was how long, but remember that this is what a matter of dunya and matters of the dunya they are all permissible unless there is something to prove that it is not halal. So, for example, for instance, radio, all right, in principle, it's a completely worldly thing. It's permissible. However, listening to something on the radio, okay, which is not Hillel, the sound of that is not valid. Okay. You can argue that this part of it is not heard. Why? Because there's something in the Quran and Sunnah that proves that listening to this part is not permissible. All right.

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Now when it comes to Dini matters, remember, it's the exact opposite and what is that everything is forbidden unless proven otherwise, when it comes to worldly matters, everything is permissible unless proven. Otherwise. You know, for example, if you go to a store and you find you know, some food

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like for example, a tree is growing fruit. Okay? When you look at the fruit, what's the first thing that you will think it is Hello. However, is there anything that proves that this is not halal? That it is haram?

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Also, principle is what but you will look at things as permissible

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unless there's something to show that it is impermissible. How do we look at these things?

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Everything's held on except for this, this, this this, but when it comes to the dean, everything is haraam. Meaning we cannot do anything and everything

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making that a part of religion, unless there is an evidence that proves that it is permissible that it is part of religion.

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Let me give you an example. Salah there is a particular way of performing Salah

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which means that you can only perform Salah in that way. You cannot change it you cannot add to it.

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All right. But when it comes to eating,

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what does it mean? You just eat your food. You can eat with a fork, you can eat with a spoon you can eat with your hand. But when you're praying Salah Do you have this freedom that you can also pray without facing the Qibla and you can also pray looking up and you can also pray without Voodoo. No. There are strict rules that we have to observe when it comes to Deen. And this is a reason why when something new is brought in religion, it is not considered part of religion it is forbidden, because it is an innovation something new cannot be added to the religion. Can something new be added to your worldly matters? Of course all the time. But can something new be added to the religion? No.

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What is that it is forbidden and what is it an innovation?

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So what Jaco Memorial has added or modified nikolova ITIL Balala, every innovation is a miss guidance. I have a question for you. When is there a need for innovation.

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Think about worldly matters. When is there a need for something new?

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Why is there a need for something new

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for improvement?

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Why improvement because what you have right now

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is not fulfilling the purpose. Right? It's not good enough or you're bored of it. You want to move on from it you want something to you know bring more excitement and fun. Right? And this is why you need new things. When what you have becomes old.

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Is that in like that?

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It's not like that. Was it only for the time of the companions? No

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With the passage of time does it mean become old such that new things need to be added to it? No, there is no such need. When it comes to a phone for example, every few years what is felt? It needs new features. If it was like this, it would have been better. If we could do this it would have been better and which is why even when you get a new phone, what happens you need to update right update update update. Why? Because what we have of the dunya what we have made of the dunya is not perfect, it is not complete. It's insufficient. But the deen is not like that. It is complete Aloma commode to lacantina. And this is a reason why there is no need for innovation in our religion. In fact,

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when something is innovated in the deen it has serious and dangerous implications. Like what? First of all, denying Allah statement aleo macmall de la cadena if something is introduced in the religion, a person is basically saying that Deen is not complete. Likewise, the Sharia is being defamed that a person is saying that the Sharia is imperfect, which is why we need to add this. The previous generations, the prophets have a lot of symbols. So how about they're being criticized how that they did not do it, because they didn't know any better. And we know better. Likewise, a bitter on innovation, it replaces the center. And innovations are also a cause of division. They're also a

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cause of division. Because when something new comes in, some people like it and others don't like it. And then what happens, division.

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Think about worldly matters. When something new is introduced a new technology. Some people accept it. They love it, they promote it, they buy it, they invest in it and others

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hate it.

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Right. And you see this in so many things division, right? So in the dean when new things are innovative, what will this lead to? division?

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All right. So anything that is introduced in the religion, whether it is in arcada, or it isn't Riba or it is in coal or in Farrell, what would that be an innovation and it is something that we have to keep away from,

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you know, for example, that would lead what is that lead?

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to abandon the meaning to say that, okay, these words, yeah, they're there, but they don't really have a meaning. So there were people who began that.

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They said the names of Allah, they don't really mean anything. They don't tell us about Allah's attributes. They're just words. Only words. Was it something new? Yes. Did this however think like that? No.

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So this was something new in what in Akita. So remember that bedarra is not just in the matters of urba.

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It can also be in the matters of arcada

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because it's something new that is introduced, or for example, saying things like, every religion is fine. Every religion is okay. This is not correct. Why? Because this was not what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said, This contradicts his teachings.

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All right,

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we are lamorna and they know meaning the listener know an estoppel calamy, that the most truthful speech is Kalam Allah, the speech of Allah,

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the Quran, Allah speech is the most truthful speech and the listener know this, they believe in it. But Allah speeches according to reality, there it is free of any form of falsehood. If Allah has said something, it is true. If Allah has promised something, it shall happen. If Allah has informed of something, then it shall occur.

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Because Allah speech is the truest.

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Well, hi, I'm Al Hadi. And the best guidance is how do you Mohammed and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the guidance of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know the word hudy is basically the path which a traveler is upon

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the road which a traveler has adopted.

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Now in this life, people are basically traveling right?

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They're traveling through their lives.

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And each person has adopted a way of how he's going to live his life, how he's going to travel through this world, through this life, and there are many ways, but the best way is the Prophet sallallahu Salah, the best way of living. The best way of going through this life is what the prophet sallallahu Sallam showed us in Akita because when you're traveling through this life, I mean, you have arcada what beliefs Do you have, likewise, worship, manners dealings.

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So the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is the best way Why? How? What's the evidence that it's the best way?

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his lifestyle is the best lifestyle

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kind of Hello COVID Quran very good and pull in content to hibben Allah fattier, your bid Camilla

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because Allah subhanaw taala sent us in this world, right?

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He's making us go through this life's journey.

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And he also told us that if you want me to love you, then follow the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So hydel Howdy, * Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And also, if you analyze the way of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how is it? Does it have any deficiencies? No. I mean, you think about the guidance that he gave concerning eating and drinking and you know, wearing clothes and dealing with people and relationships, travel habits, it's complete.

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It's complete.

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And this is the reason why we will not oppose what a lion is messenger have said with anyone else is saying, no matter who they are. Because the truest speech is a speech of Allah. The best guidance is the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where you see Luna and they prefer calama law IE, the word of Allah, Allah lady over other than it, meaning the column of Allah, the Allah sooner prefer it above the column of everyone else. Min kalami are snappiness of the speech of the various types of people.

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There are different types of people who say different kinds of things. Don't philosophers and thinkers and people have knowledge or ascetics, politicians? Scientists mean people say all sorts of things. But the other center

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where do they place the claim of a law? At the top, they prefer the Columbia Law over every other color where you are Dimona. And they give preference to hear the guidance of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of the Prophet sallallahu ala de Kalia over the guidance of everyone else.

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There are different people who have lived different types of lives. And their habits are promoted.

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Or the way they lived, that is promoted

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the way they worked the way they meditated. Right? It's promoted but the best way is of who the profits are a lot of them and this is why the listener prefer the guidance of the prophets that allows them above the guidance of everyone else. Well, he had that and this is the reason why some more they are named Ll key Tabby was so nutty. The people of the keytab which kita the Quran was sooner, and the people have listened now. Why are they called people of keytab? And soon?

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Because first of all, they know that the truest speech is a speech of the law, and the column of Allah, they preferred above everyone else's color. This is why they're called lol kita Why are they called lol kW was sooner? Why sooner? Because they know that hiral had he had Mohammed and sallallahu Sallam and when you are Dimona, hodja, Mohammedan sobre, La Jolla, Santa Maria de Cali ahead.

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You know, many times it happens that you hear quotations or statements by different people. And this seemed to be so logical OR inspirational. And they are. However, while we are impressed by their statements, Who should we be most impressed by who statements of Allah and His messenger?

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You know, you learn about a particular person who will accomplish something so amazing.

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And you're amazed by their life, you read their biography,

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one after another, you hear them being quoted, but whose life was really the best life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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whose guidance was the best example of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So the Anderson This is the reason why they're called people on the book and sooner. So check yourself. How much do I know that Allah speech is the truest? How much do I prefer the column of Allah over the column of others?

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know sometimes, we just like to be curious about what people are saying, isn't it? So for example, go on some social media website and read what people are saying about what

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about politics or about, you know, different things that are out there in this world, about what's happening in their life, what their feelings are.

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And we spend a lot of time reading the words of others.

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Think about it, are we giving the same time, importance and value to the words of Allah

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to the words of the messenger sallallahu wasallam.

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We want to know about what people are doing.

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But are we

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also curious about what the prophets of Allah sent him did

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so this is the reason why the LSM net are called al Qaeda we will soon

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inshallah we'll conclude over here, a few more lines about the Ellison and why they're given this name because remember that it's lucerna while jamara so why are they called people of demand? That's what the next paragraph will talk about.

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So panicle long will be handling Misha La Ilaha. illa Anta Mr. fuuka wanted to greenlake Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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