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Alhamdulillah Allah Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was Salah Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi HMI

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whiny. I just want to make it very clear to everyone that you this session is just a gentle q&a session and people are free and he's the ones who want to sit at the back and drink tea and there is no problem at all because we will not sheduled to continue after salata, Asia, it was not our plan. But we just wanted to give the chance for anyone who wanted to ask some questions to ask. And the first question is that people were asking about joining and madrasa tutor Maria so I'll metrosexual Maria is the institute that it chat along with Shikata Manhasset and we teach a full student of knowledge program, comprising of seven Massara seven pathways. The Pathways include alakija, while

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also the Dean Aqeedah in the foundations of the religion, it also includes as well sorry he felt and posole it also includes Hadith and masala Hadith, it also includes Sierra and history. It also includes a Luma Loja, the sciences of the Arabic language and an Arabic language course. And it includes the Quran and the sciences of the Quran. This institute inshallah is online, there is no restrictions in joining. So anybody is welcome to join who wishes to join. I'm not saying that every it's perfect for everybody. I think everybody should look at the program and decide for themselves what is right for them. There are many, many great Institute's that are teaching both online and

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offline. Not every single Institute is perfect for everybody. But it is an institute designed for serious students who are genuinely dedicated to study. And you can find out more about it by going to ame. You academy.com a bell, make sure I get that right. Otherwise I get in trouble for getting there. You are wrong, but I'm sure that's the right URL

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meu academy.com. And you can find out more about it. As for lessons for children, that is the lessons that are fought

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specifically for small children, you can go to AMA you jr.com, where we talk about the junior program, which is specifically for children, the virtual mentorship program. So that's to answer that question. I don't know with regard to the sisters, if there is a way for them to get their questions to us, I would suggest the best option is if there is a sister who can text she has, for example, maybe her husband or her brother or father is here in the audience, and she could text the questions of the sisters, that would probably be better inshallah. We would love to give those questions priority. I don't know if there's any paper to write them down. But I'm sure we can figure

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out a way in sha Allah hooter, Allah. Okay. So from the brothers did anyone have, first of all, if we just start, first of all with questions about the heart, you did, were there anyone or any brothers who had questions about what we had read in the poll and more things they didn't understand. It's important, especially for the kids as well, as some of the kids who are listening. Maybe they didn't understand everything that was said. Or maybe some of the young brothers didn't understand everything that was said. So if there's issues you didn't understand, this is your arcade at the end of the day, you have to ask about it. It's not something light or insignificant. Did

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anyone have any questions about the height of the chair?

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To the length one month?

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Soloway,

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the duration however, the rule of one day of

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does it apply with that? Duration? So the question that shift gave us very good question. We mentioned the Hadith of the Prophet size. And what he said to who Sharon were out to who shall it is a month wide and a month long than its length is a month and its width is a month. In another narration.

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There are two cities that are mentioned. What is mentioned is Adam in Yemen. And there is a city mentioned in Syria. It doesn't come to my mind the name of the city at the moment. If one of the brothers remembers it, let me know. There is between

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a city the city of Adam in Yemen, and a city in Syria. And when you look at these two, that the distance is a month travel by the taqdeer the

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out the way the Prophet sighs I'm used to travel in those times. So for example, they used to travel by slow camel or sometimes people used to walk alongside and roughly to travel from that place to that place. I'm not mistaken Ada and anyways go went out of my mind between those two cities or between hadramout Not between Adam between Hadramaut and between a city in

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in Syria, the distance between them is about a month travel and it would take you a month by slow camel to travel to travel as for the statement of Allah azza wa jal regarding 1000 years and regarding 50,000 years, then the 1000 years which is the day in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala according to the normal days and the 50,000 which is of course, the the Day of Judgment, which is 50,000 years inland, and Allah azza wa jal knows best

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from Sudan to Elian Okay, very good. from Sudan to Ilya, how far is that then?

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How far is that it's a month struggle for sure. But I want to know how far is it by hour

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from Sun app

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I looked at it before

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I looked at it before

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comes like about 3000 kilometers, right?

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It's a bit less than that.

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So it comes to

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something like it should come to light around 70. It should come to like, around 80 kilometers a day. That's That's my Sierra Leone, right, is roughly 80 kilometers roughly. So it comes to something like that it's a bit shorter 3000 kilometers, which is in itself around about a month's travel if you're traveling

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whatever, 70 or 80 kilometers a day

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yes

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I love

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it

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now, there are many, many of Allah's attributes regarding himself that I mentioned. Like for example, his eyes subhanaw taala. Like his hand subhanaw taala.

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As you mentioned, a sack the sack the shin is a matter that I had a son a different order.

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But it seems like on balance of the evidence that this the word sack is also applied to Allah subhanaw taala.

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The foot is also applied to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And there are others that are mentioned, as well in the Sunnah. If you go through, for example, an explanation of Iraqi that will also Thea by ship Islam and the team we are having Allah to Allah, you'll find many of the attributes that people may not know about Allah subhanaw taala that I mentioned, especially if you go through a good explanation, where they mentioned a lot of in the branch out and they mentioned a lot of extra points, but those are what comes to mind. Of course, all of that is in a way that doesn't compare Allah to his creation and is separate from his creation and is befitting to His Majesty. subhanho wa taala.

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And you use the word How can you say that?

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Yeah, for sure. Uh, how old is a pool of water? Okay, how old is a pool of water? Now, since this is water you drink from, I guess the closest word you could find in English is maybe a reservoir, like a pool of water that is fed by a river. And the house is fed by a river. It's fed from alfalfa. It's fed from the river of alfalfa, which is the river of the prophets like Selim, that he's been given in paradise and our co author, it means Ohio, Al Kafeel, it means a lot of goodness in the Outliner Kolkata for Sunday in Europe, big one. So the coaster which is the river that is the source of the whole, the whole is like a reservoir of water that people drink from

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And as we said, it is, I mean, in kilometers, I don't know if you can put a kilometer on it, but you're talking about, you know, in the region of 2500 3000 kilometers wide and long. And it's number of classes are like the number of the stars in the sky. The prophets, I said will be, he said, a Pharaoh to come, I'm going to be the one who is ahead of you at this house. And so he gives the people to drink a drink that if they drink from it, they'll never be thirsty again. And we said, the source of the water is Alcocer. But every prophet in an equal in a billion, or equally never been held. Every prophet has a house, every prophet has a house. And so that means that it's the hold of

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the prophets, like some is greater than the other prophets. Allahu wa salatu salam, but all of them have this. Sometimes they translate as a pond, or as a lake. But I think for me personally, the closest description I could find in English is a reservoir, because it's a collection of water that is fed by a source like a river, and it collects all the water for the people to drink in one place. So I don't know if that's the best word in English, but it's the best word that I know for Does that make sense?

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According to how many eyes with a lot of

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evidence.

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So, with regard to the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala Allah azza wa jal affirmed it in the Quran.

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Allah subhanaw taala affirmed it in the Quran and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam affirmed it in the Sunnah.

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In the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala uses the word AI

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uses the word AI.

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And this word iron is the plural of the word iron, the plural of the word I and we know that a plural in Arabic For example, the iron tragedy be Ioannina Jazza Lehmann cada Khufu, we know that the word

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at yawn is a plural and plurals in Arabic can be used for two or more than two. So this in itself doesn't limit the number specifically and Yanina this idea in itself just tells us more than one that's it. And this more than one is affirmed by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he said, in Arabic comb lace at the hour, your Lord does not have one eye.

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In some of them aerations it said that he pointed to with his fingers. But in reality, I think, regardless of that narration or not because it needs looking into, but I think the strongest evidence is the MMR vaccine. So now the issue and that's why when you look at the statements of Allah sunnah from the early generations onwards, when they speak about the eyes of Allah, they speak about two eyes. And that's the form of the statement. That's what's understood from when the prophets eyes and said in Arabic, Melissa, the our, your Lord is not one eight. So if it were more than two, then the prophets eyes would have explained so right. And he indeed your Lord has three

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eyes indeed your Lord has four eyes indeed your Lord has but he said your load is not one ICT what is the opposite of one ICT as we know it as what we know in general as what is L motor budget in the head? What comes to your mind? When someone says all? That is not one ICT? Any then it has two eyes? And that's what the early generations were upon? And I don't know you have to find? Do we find anyone from the early generations? Do we find anyone who ever affirmed a number other than to we know they didn't affirm one? Because we know the prophets that ism said in our book and lays it out what your Lord is not one night. And we know that the number affirmed is therefore not one. But

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generally if you look at the early generations who spoke about it, all of them said to so I think this issue is more of an issue of consensus and also the Hadith of the Prophet size and where he indicated with two of his fingers, this Hadith also

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is a proof for that. But in reality, we have to say Did anyone ever say from the early generations more than two and it did anyone leave it open or did anyone say it? This is also something which is a source of Aqeedah right what the people is that the people of that time agreed upon and what they had consensus upon.

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Yes, having

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questions from the sisters go ahead.

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Except Is this

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someone prays all of the Salawat except Virgil is this classified as COVID? So here we have to understand there are two parts to this. What is meant by

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not praying for God. If what is meant by not praying Fajr is accidentally sleeping in, then this is not considered to be leaving the prayer or this is part of praying Fajr many times we sleep in, right We sleep in, we miss the time or we wake up late or we didn't catch the gym or in the masjid. If that happens, then this is not blameworthy. The person simply just prays when they remember. They pray when they remember.

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Likewise, the person who forgot about it any they thought they prayed Fajr then they remembered they didn't pray. So they pray. Heaney has call her whenever the person remembers it.

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However, a person who deliberately doesn't prefetch they don't pray when they wake up. They don't pray when they you know, they are like, look, I don't pray Fudger I don't pray, they wake up. They don't pray, you know, they have breakfast, they still don't pray, they go to the masjid for the hurt, they still haven't prayed for

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this person. The scholars themselves differed over the issue of the person who leaves some of the prayers and not all of the prayers. So some of them said, If you praise Jehovah, he's praised. Other said if he doesn't pray five times a day, that he didn't pray Wallah in the end of the day, I don't know. But I'm going to say that the issue is very dangerous. It's very dangerous, because there is a Hadith about the one who leaves the Assad prayer. It's as if he lost his family and his wealth is as if he lost his family and his wealth. For what? For missing one acid crap. So really, the issue is very serious, indeed. Very, very serious and missing the federal prayer. I don't see any reason why

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someone would do that. Because you would say to them, Look, if you slept in just pray when you wake up, but don't be someone who doesn't pray Fudger at all.

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And Allah azza wa jal knows best

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God

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prior to prioritize unity,

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that's a very accurate description of the one mostly mean

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that they prioritize unity over aqidah it's very true. And the one they are a group that has a lot of different akar within them. They're not a group that you can say tomorrow whom RP that Wahida that there is one RP that that brings them all together without any differences. Rather, you see that they gather together the sheary and they gather together the Sufi and they gather together the one who's Akita is vaguely towards the Sunnah, they gather together all of the different people.

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Generally speaking,

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one of the features of this group is

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removing the differences between people for a goal that they consider to be a greater goal. And that goal, many of them the way they describe it is establishing Allah Sharia on Earth. And many of them have a misconception that the purpose of creation is a corner to share it without establishing Allah Sharia on Earth, whereas Allah azza wa jal never made establishing Sharia, the purpose of creation, rather he made it a consequence of obedience to Allah. And he when you obey Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will give you authority

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on the earth, Allah azza wa jal will give you authority on this. So what they did is they saw that these things are important because establishing Sharia is important and

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ruling by the rules of the Quran and the Sunnah is important and what they did is they misunderstood or they miss interpreted the importance of unity and they took it to be unity at any cost. And that's not the case. Rather the unity which Allah mentions in the Quran is unity upon the Quran and the Sunnah, and that's why Allah azza wa jal said what I tell him will be happily Lehi, Jeremy and while atta for Rocco, gather all of you together upon the rope of Allah and don't be divided. So those who gather upon something other than the rope of Allah, it will not benefit them.

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I'm not sure if I can answer the reason why that happened. Or the reason for that deviancy, but it seems to me that it came from First of all, a misconception of the importance of aqidah and misconception of the purpose behind creation and a misconception of the concept of unity in the Quran. And taking the concept of unity to be unity at all costs, rather than unity upon the Quran. And upon the Sunnah. That is the best of what I know about that question and Allah azza wa jal knows best thing. I don't know if the sun might have just, I can just flick it for me if you can, because there was some more questions from the sun.

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This

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I'm going to focus on the questions that

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were first of all connected to the dots. So the first one here is how do you respond to someone who says that life is not fair? So in reality, there are going to be two types of people who might say something like that someone who attributes themselves to Islam, and someone who doesn't. So you have someone who attributes themselves to Islam, any they're a Muslim, and they say, Life is not fair. This person you need to remind them of the evidences in the Quran and the Sunnah, the proof that everything Allah azza wa jal does is fair and just

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one Murghab book happy Yvonne Lemelin arbete your Lord will never oppress His servants ever. And say to them, If you believe in the Quran, you must believe in what Allah said. When Allah said well, Mr. Rob book Habibullah mill Abbey, it your Lord never oppresses anybody.

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And then you tell them that Allah azza wa jal said about himself Hickmott on bare metal when you know that Allah has infinite wisdom. And so when the person understands that, that Allah has infinite wisdom, and they understand that Allah is never unfair, then you say, Okay, now we have to answer for you the question of what we have to answer for you, why do things happen in this life, that themselves?

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Allah doesn't love them, or Allah subhanaw taala is not pleased with them. We responded to this in the previous

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video in detail, the video that was done in Manchester, we responded in some detail. But here I would just like to highlight one thing. Is the purpose of this life, for everything to be fair in this life, or is the purpose that Allah subhanaw taala will reward the people who do good in the hereafter with the good they did, and that Allah will punish the wrongdoers with the wrong that they did.

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A lot of people I believe, who are not Muslim, the real reason they say life is not fair is because they don't believe in that.

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And if they believed in the afternoon, they will never say that life is unfair, because for them the only concept of fairness they have is I'm a good person today. Why do I not get my prayer answered today? And that is and is something which comes from not believing in the last day? We did answer in detail the issue of what people call muscular to shove Why does evil exist? We answered it in lots of detail in the previous video that came from Manchester, the heart airport one

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how do you command good and forbid evil within the family or with your family members? The best method of commanding good and forbidding evil is what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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in which he said mineral unencumbered caught up anyway, you will be ready for him yesterday for Billy Sani he for inlandia started for the hobby he was already kind of awful Eman. Whoever of you sees an evil ahem change it with his hand. And if you can't let him change it with his tongue, and if he can't let him hate it in his heart, and that is the weakest of iman. And so that means if you have authority to change something physically, you should change it physically. If you have authority to change it, you don't have authority to change it and you try you try to involve someone who does. If you can't do that, and you have the knowledge to be able to respond to it, then respond

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to it. And if you can't do that, try to call someone who does. And if you can't, because you don't have authority, and you cannot call someone who has authority, and you don't have knowledge and you can't call someone who has knowledge, then in the end of the day hate in your heart and act upon that hatred. What does it mean to act upon that hatred, it means to act upon that hatred that you distance yourself from it, you keep yourself away from it. So with regard to family, you have to be careful not to cut ties with your family for help I say to interval Latham and to see to figure out what to cut through our hammer comb. You mustn't cut off your ties with your relatives. But what you

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must do is if you have authority, say example your children, my child is watching something haram on his phone. What do you have the authority to do? You have the authority to take the phone from the child because your child at the end of the day, you can take the phone from them and remove it from their hand. You didn't do anything wrong. If you can't do that, at least what you can do is you can call for example the father and say to him, that you need to sort your son out and then the Son does it. And if you can't do that, then if you have the knowledge to say to them, look this is haram what you're watching is not allowed is haram

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If you don't then call someone who has that knowledge to explain to them this is not hard something haram it's only a movie it's not haram. So then you expect someone with knowledge to explain to them and if that doesn't work, then at least distance yourself completely from it have nothing to do with it and let it have nothing to do with you. I know it's not a detailed answer, but it's all that we have time for.

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Will the Muslims who will be taken out of Jahannam and thrown into the hellfire, okay, so meaning the Muslims will be taken out of Jahannam and put into gender I think, will they be able to see Allah? Yes, because the people in Jannah will see Allah azza wa jal. The people who are the people agenda will see Allah azza wa jal in some of the narrations every Friday.

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Where did monetary belief come from? I believe that most of the deviancy in aqidah. In reality, it comes from one of

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two places or three places in reality. Most of it comes from Alia who the winners are the Jews and the Christians because the prophets I send them said letter Tabby on Send and M and Kana Kabbalah, you will follow the ways of the people who came before you. And Allah azza wa jal said if I didn't want to be either human or Darlene and the Prophet sighs and said about them earlier hood, when Nosara they are the Jews and the Christians. And that is why a lot of the deviant beliefs can trace back origins. Now be careful here because some people will say Mohammed Tim is saying these people are Jews. I'm not saying that. I'm seeing the origins of their belief come from Judaism,

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Christianity, sometimes the Sapiens, a saw the in, sometimes the sapiens. And sometimes they come from the Jews by way of the moon Alpha team, who claimed to be Muslim like the holodeck, who started the how large Abdullah bin Salman, the moon ethic and Yahudi are gonna affect the Jewish malefic. He's the one who started the Hawaiian region, the Shia.

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As for the majority of the religion that we see the most Ilja in today, without a shadow of a doubt is Christianity. Christianity has Ilja on a level the Mooji I don't even have Christianity is full of images today. That's why if you ask a Christian, what is actually haram in your religion, the only thing they're going to bring you is common human accepted values. Like don't kill somebody don't steal from somebody that's a common Fitri value and that's just fitrah in your religion, what is actually haram? Nothing. That's why they invite them to church, they steal they kill they commit Zina, they do whatever. They don't care because for them, they don't have a concept of haram in

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their religion at all. Generally speaking, they don't have food that's haram. They don't have drink. That's haram. They don't have relationships that are haram. For the most part, not every sect but the vast majority. The vast majority of Christian denominations have massive massive LJ in their beliefs.

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Are people allowed to judge others? This is a very precise question. The answer to this is it depends on what you mean by judgment. There are two types of judgment right? There is judgment in terms of an hook more attache, making a judgement about something

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which is vital, which is apparent for you. For example, this person is not practicing Islam is not praying is not covering properly. So I'm allowed to make a hook them with regard to them. Why combiner home demand Zoella judge between them and what Allah revealed. So I am allowed to judge someone based on a VA here, which appears to me what is the apparent situation? What am I not allowed to judge and not allowed to judge al Qaeda? What do we mean by al Qaeda? How does the situation end in the end? For example, this sister comes no hijab. No proper covering is still out mixing with men. I'm allowed to judge her action that she did. And I'm allowed to say this action

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shows the deficiency of Eman. It shows being far away from Allah. It shows that she is on a bad path and so on. What I'm not allowed to do is say she is guaranteed to be from the people of the fire, because I don't know what she will end up on. She might make Toba and turn back to Allah Allah may forgive her for the mistake that she did without any punishment at all. I'm not allowed to judge her arqiva The end of where she will go to but I am allowed to judge what is apparent from the situation that is in front of me. How do you respond to people that say selfies are judgmental and only Allah can judge them? Okay, I agree only Allah can judge the I agree that is

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Yanni Partida. Musa lemma we agree only Allah can judge

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Did Allah reveal His judgment in the Quran or not? He did. Right? So Allah subhanaw taala said about people thought Oh ALLAH if you're human first if these people are faceting

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a little ha cero these people are losers. Allah azza wa jal declared judgments upon individuals that Allah equals Harbin. Now, these are the people of the fire. Allah azza wa jal said, Allah Allah, Allah him Nana to Allah, these are the people who the curse of Allah is upon them. So Allah sent down His judgments in the Quran. And the Prophet SAW Salem gave those judgments in the Sunnah. So when I judge in accordance with the Quran and the Sunnah, that is Allah's judgment, that's the judgment Allah sent down. So to say, only Allah will judge me again distinguish between the arqiva and between the hand, the current situation of a person nor Allah has revealed what is halal and

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what is haram. And Allah has revealed what is righteous and what is wicked. So I'm allowed to judge in that sense, however, in fact, I'm commanded to judge in that sense what any convener whom we met in Salah law judge between them and what Allah revealed, however, I am not allowed to say what a person's future will be, because I don't know what a person's future I don't know. Um, I don't know if it'll be what I become, I don't know what's going to be done to me or what's going to be done to you. I don't know what's going to be done to me and I don't know what is going to be done to you. So I don't have the ability to judge your future. But I do have the ability to judge what I see in

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front of me according to the rulings that Allah revealed in the Quran and the Prophet size and revealed in the Sunnah. But you see how this Ilja you see this region that they have, how it affected the deen, like you see now the sister comes not properly covered, not praying. And she says don't judge me. Allah is going to judge me y'all. Okay, have a look at the facade of the athlete of the mulcher. The reason she doesn't wear hijab is because she thinks for some reason that she's exempt from judgment 10 Because the Mooji I have put into her heart, that it doesn't matter that you don't wear your hijab, your your heart is full of iman, and this facade, this corrupt archy that has

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caused the sister to say, I'm not going to wear hijab because I don't need to because my heart is full of Eman and Allah is going to judge me.

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This is the corruption of the Aqeedah of the monitor that has ruined many, many people we see online social media, people making comments like that, or you people are just judging us. Allah is the one who's going to judge me who Allah is going to judge you according to what Allah azza wa jal revealed to us in the Quran and the Sunnah. So don't let the shaytaan make an excuse for you. Rather strive to work as hard as you can to obey Allah as much as you can. And if that sister held up her hand and said, What lie I'm sinful. I'm making mistakes. I'm trying my best Allah forgive me. I wish and hope Allah will forgive me, we would say you're completely right, I have nothing wrong with that. And she

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says, I'm trying my best. I know I'm falling short. But Insha Allah, I'm going to do it, I'm going to try, there will be nothing wrong. But this belief of the moja has convinced her that it's okay to be like that, and that Allah azza wa jal will judge her that she has nothing to worry about and so on. So that's why the author said about the Moto G at lateral wmbd This person plays a joke with their religion, because in the end, there's nothing left of the religion once you remove actions from a man, a person is willing to do any kind of sin and will continue to say Allah is the only one who's going to judge me you don't know what's in my heart and so on and so forth.

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We go very quickly we want to stay all night for the brothers is long for the rest. So we take a few we have about four questions inshallah. So for Bella to go around like that.

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Well, yeah.

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Yeah, that generation is authentic about what qilta Your day here mean? Both of the two hands of Allah are right hands. How is that? We don't know. Because Allah hasn't told us right? So we know what a right hand is. And we know what a hand is. But we don't know how that applies to Allah Subhana Allah because Allah there is nothing we can compare Allah to. Allah has only told us a limited amount of information. But we know what killed your day. He I mean, both of his two hands are right hands. That's what we know. That's what the prophet sighs I'm set. So we take that narration. That's what we believe about Allah, we understand it in a basic sense, but how it applies

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to Allah subhanaw taala. No one knows that except Allah. Allah has only told us a limited amount of information about it. Does that make make sense? Okay, well, yeah.

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Yeah, of course, you can. You know, what it is in response to those who say that, essentially, his actions there was actually stolen. And he responded by saying that, then it would mean that it wasn't concrete. Doesn't that give them room to say that that essentially would mean that

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So this there is no doubt there's an interesting point in this issue about the SIFAT of Allah that are fairly the actions of Allah azza wa jal and that is the act of sunnah say, Allah has always been able to do those actions, and has always been described with them. So there was never a time when Allah was not described with Ali Stiva with rising, but Allah does whatever he wants whenever he wants. So it is for Allah subhanaw taala to ascend whenever he wishes, and it is for Allah subhanaw taala to descend whatever he wishes, that is, like Allah said FDA alone, Lima unit, Allah does whatever he wants. So that's the first point to make very clear because this is the first area of

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confusion about the SIFAT of Allah which are fairly the actions of Allah is that people say when you say that Allah subhanaw taala rules rose, you must have meant that he was not he had not risen before. Rather this is the same as Allah's Kalam, Allah has always been described with speech. And he speaks whenever he wants, however he wants subhanaw taala.

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That's the first point. The second point is the attributes of Allah don't contradict each other. So whether Allah azza wa jal, or when Allah Subhana Allah chose to rise above the throne in the way that befits His Majesty, whenever Allah subhanaw taala chose to do that, according to his infinite wisdom and infinite knowledge. Allah subhanaw taala never ever did he remove from himself the attribute of highness? No. So Allah subhanaw taala has always been an ally of Allah al Mata and the Most High. And so if we say that this doesn't contradict this, and the Newzoo of Allah azza wa jal, the descent of Allah does not contradict his highness. And if we once we understood that the

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attributes of Allah don't contradict each other, I think that concludes the issue and there is no longer any issue remaining. Because Allah azza wa jal Stella Arshi, he rose up on his throne in a way that befits His Majesty but he was always number one, he was always an ally, Allah the Most High. And number two, Allah subhanaw taala has always been able to rise above the throne or above whatever he wishes subhanaw taala in the way that he wants, but he does what he wants when he wants subhanaw taala for wisdom that is with him. And I think those two answers, answer that issue as well. The word is stolen to conquer.

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The issue that we had is that the word itself first of all, the word itself doesn't come right, the word that comes is stolen and not stolen. But the word is stolar itself. For me it has another problem with it, which is that the word is stolen in itself indicates conquering something that was not conquered before, whereas an sdwa does not mean Adam sdwa does not mean Adam earloop Does that make sense? Not rising doesn't mean not being the highest. Does that? Does that make sense? And in the fact that Allah azza wa jal rose or didn't rise doesn't negate His Highness, whereas the concept of istilah istilah that I worry about it that the indication is that Dominion didn't belong to Allah

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and then it belonged to him subhanaw taala in any case, that word is not the word that came in the Quran and Allah azza wa jal knows best

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way.

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He is happy

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with the combat like Allah.

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Conditions

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Wallah he tells deer is a serious issue, and it deserves to be honest, a lesson by itself, it really does. It deserves a lesson about the low orbit and the collapse of tab D. Because in reality, if we blame the How are rich and we say that the whole adage one of the main things they fell into is tech field of the Muslims without knowledge, then a lesser form of that is to video of the Muslims without knowledge, right, to declare the Muslims to be innovators without knowledge and without evidences. Or if we say, and I think the way that even Abdel would explain that is brilliant. He talks about the coverage and he talks about my Yeah, well, the Hauer and he making tech fear based

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upon your desires. So if tab D are also becomes based upon desires, this is also very problematic if somebody is declaring other people to be innovators based upon desire or based upon partisanship or based upon blind following. This is also an in reality it's a lesser form of what the holodeck did, right? It's it's like a lesser form of the same thing that the holodeck fell into, which is the holodeck failing to take fear without

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Proper rules and regulations and without knowledge and following desires, if somebody makes tab deer without knowledge and following their desires, then this is only leading them down that same path away from the Sunnah. As for the dollar, but the principles by which somebody can leave Islam or by which somebody can become an innovator, these need to be studied separately because there are a number of principles on the topic of tech field. Because we know tech field exists in Islam, right, Islam has to have a way of saying you're not a Muslim anymore has to be and also tap there exists in Islam, there has to be a way of tiempo de ie to say to someone that you are no longer a part of

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Allah soon. But that has to be with knowledge and with Tala bit and collide with principles, and knowledge, and it has to be based upon proper rules and regulations. Otherwise, if everyone spoke with their desires, the first day that you disagree with me or I disagree with him, we're in a similar idea, but ultimately, you know, he's misguided innovator keep away from him. And then the next person we disagree with, or who differs in each jihad with us, we're going to see more Teddy Barlow model, and we're going to see that people are just going to be, you know, up and down with this. Whereas if it's based upon principles and understanding and also, then this is something which

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inshallah is not blameworthy if it's done properly. No doubt, one of the issues that we have, if I were to say to you three problems, I believe that we have among the English speaking community on the issues of taqdeer. The first I think problem we have is the way that we asked questions to the scholars. So I'm just I can't tell you all of the problems, but I'm just going to highlight some of them. Often we ask loaded questions. And if you look in the topics of a soldier, and you look at the topics of El mufti, while most Defty, the one who gives the fatwa and the one who the fatwa is

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asked, the person is asking for the first one, we see that how you ask a factor is very important. Rather, if I phoned a chef, and I say to that chef, Chef, there is a brother, this person will lie. We never knew anything from him, but so evil. And we knew that he sits with them Octavia. He sits with the innovators and the innovators love him Schiff and the innovators. They praised him on their website shift. What do you think about him? Yeah, actually had a lie on top of stiff top. This is not a stiff tap. Tell her that if you are the one who gives the fatwa to the chef, the chef did not give you the fatwa, you gave the Chef de facto because you describe your prejudices with regard to

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that individual. So in reality, this is an issue of Turkic Illuminati. Is it true what you said about that person or not? Because if it's true, then the sheiks answer is true. But if what you said to the Sheikh is wrong, then the answer the sheath is going to give is also going to be wrong, because the chef's answer is based upon what you have told the sheikh in your Stifter when you ask the chef the question, so when you said chef, this person, the innovators love him, that is your opinion, not the chef's opinion. For you cannot say that chef would unsaid that the innovators love Fuller, or Allah, you can't see it, because now the problem is the chef only based his color upon

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what you brought to the chef. So if what you brought to the chef is wrong, then by default, that the statement of the chef cannot be applied to that individual. So this is one problem, which is adab. At least if the way you ask the question, you must ask it in the most factual way possible shape, there is a person who gives lectures in masajid. What we know of this message it is the message is upon innovation. That's what we know of it shift. He goes there and he gives a lecture there. Chef when we asked him about it, he said, I believe that giving a lecture in the massages, and be that when they do not put conditions upon you is permissible. That's what he said. So what do you say

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about him? This is a balanced question. And the chef's answer is going to be beneficial. But as for just insulting someone to the shape on the phone, and then letting the shape respond to that by saying look, there there been any model. This doesn't benefit anything. Now sooner or later, you're going to enjoy it, because all you did is you gave your prejudices to the shape and your HDR to the shape and then you made the shapes that way you apply the upon an individual. The shape has no knowledge of that individual except through what you told them about. And that's the first problem.

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The second problem that I see is, if T last in matters of HD hat matters where HD hide is acceptable matters where the scholars differed, and people making tab D are based upon those issues of HD heart and FDF and this will lie I never saw the self to be upon this

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And I believe this is something that the self will never upon. So this is an issue where, for example,

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my chef,

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I asked him sure should I go to the chef and benefit? My chef, he said go and benefit, no problem.

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Another Sheikh was asked chef should we go to this person and benefit to shift they keep away. He's looked at it. He's an innovator type. My chef, I asked without knowing what the other chef said until now, I asked my chef he said go now the fact that I went you cannot make tab D upon me for going to that chef, when in the first place the Messiah of the Sunnah did not agree upon the state of the person. And here the person might say, but look, criticism takes precedence over praise, but this is a chi that which is not absolute in Jaco tardy. This is a card reader which has a stigma that is not the case that every time somebody criticizes someone else, the criticism takes

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precedence over the praise rather you look at the reason for the criticism, and the reason for the praise. And sometimes the criticism is just a cron to contemporaries who just don't get on with each other and they make to deal with each other because they are contemporaries. They have personal issues between them. And this is well known in the books of Joshua tidy so this issue of applying your HT hat upon other people and making tab D are based upon it Wallahi I don't believe that it has any awesome from the seller for salejaw homologue Tada

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so you said this is not about the shake itself this is about someone who went to visit the chef and he found the scholars his machete from Allah sunnah told him go other mache told don't go to someone else. Then these people make tap do upon him and say you went to the chef so your mock Teddy type Messiah from the Sunnah told us to go, therefore, maybe you can say I'm wrong. You can say what you did was lie unbelieving. What you did was haha, it was wrong. No problem, but you cannot say more potential. That's my second point. And the third point is this tab D. I don't know whether you call it tab D cell sec. This tab D A B Silsila.

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What is wrong with this individual looked at it why? Because we saw him sitting with Falon type this fool and what is problem? Wallah he never did anything but we saw him sitting with flat tire this fool and what's his problem? Wallah we knew that he praised someone. Okay, that's someone What's his problem? We know that he's a student of this person. This Wallah he still set out to sell. So tip D central this thing like they have all moosend cells like this where someone is muted yet because he sat with someone who sat with someone who knew someone who spoke about someone. This also identified the self to be upon this. Yes, if someone is known to associate with Northern innovators, but here

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what's the problem? The problem is known innovators. The problem is not that we differ over for example, they say Mohammed Tim, don't sit with him because Mohammed Tim is known to sit with the innovators type who are the innovators that Mohammed Tim sits with are the people that the whole of the Sunnah agreed upon them being innovators or there is a matter of HD hardware. Some of them are shy,

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approved and some disapproved some didn't approve. For again, the only this is an issue which comes back to some of the color I have a solo effect, which the students need to be aware of. So I see these three things to be big problems. In reality, we know people make mistakes. Do I make mistakes? I have been in masajid lowest duck welcome in Emory mustard, but I would never go to that Massoud again, will lie. I've been to a masjid and given a talk Wallah. He'll always stuck about I mean Emily mustard but I would never ever go again. And I've sometimes met people sometimes without a choice. Someone said the other day or we saw so it was a chef in your video he came in and he said I

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didn't know I didn't even know anything about it yet either person Caylus Alikum walaikum salam how are you sure who Allah this is a chef Okay, nice to meet you chef any we don't even know who the person is. And he's your he was seen with a Moqtada and you know for DailyBurn Ayyad said and yeah he Hanif sick be merciful on yourself before your merciful on your brother hanging to first of all find out what the situation was yeah yeah hallelujah amen are in jail conversely a convener but in fact, uh, ya know, and to see Bill Coleman be Johanna introduced me who am Adam as the item that you mean. So we see. So these are three big things that I see where people make mistakes. Otherwise, tab

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D is a part of Islam. We have to defend Islam from those things that go against the Sunnah. And we have to defend Islam from those people that go against it. And I don't sit here and say to you that your brother got everything right. And he only sat with the people who are upon the way of the seller facade every time. Not right. They might start with somebody tomorrow that person did something different and changed and the people who accuse you they are not

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are innocent of this. We say to them, please don't throw stones from glass houses because you people yourselves fell into the exact same thing that you said about us. And the same thing word for word and coffee for coffee when the machine or when the chef came to your masjid, and he was Imam Ali, sunnah al Allama, a chef, you know that defender of the Sunnah safe Allah who missed it all and all that stuff. And then on the next day when he said something that your house didn't agree with, or Muqdadiyah a doll on mobile, whoever sits with him is the innovator for delivery outside.

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Yeah, whiny be merciful to yourselves, tab D is not by how it's not that one day someone is upon the sooner next day upon be there because you don't like what they said. Rather, it is with power but and cooperate with principles and rules that have to be applied. And that is what Allah azza wa jal made easy for me to mention on that issue. And Allah knows best but he needs not just a Mahavir in his Mahabharat lessons on that topic from the senior mache who spoken about him, maybe we can translate some of the things they've written about the rules and regulations of the statements and that it's not based on people's it's not based on people's desires, not nappy

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father's.

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shape or

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form number one,

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natural.

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So she has the very important question. Really, it's a misconception people have, which is the issue that not everyone who comes from the heritage for example.

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In general will I believe this issue comes back to the statement of Allah azza wa jal Yeah, Hallelujah, Amen. Injure Confessio can be never infertile, but you will feel clearer that as a better make sure of the news you receive before you accept it. One of the problems I see is that a habit we have in these days is every one that we disagree with becomes equality.

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Everyone is somebody any the one they have a soul they have,

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they have suffered, they have characteristics, but sometimes they became everybody that we disagree with in anything, we just put that label on them.

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And sometimes that label actually causes so much harm, because it causes us to, to be ignorant of the real harm that comes from that group. Because that that name just became put upon everybody who doesn't agree with us. Well, if one if one, you one, you must be careful about what you attribute to people. And you must be careful about the judgments that you make. And of course, like Devin said, You must be careful that not everybody who came necessarily from the heritage, who is sitting in front of you is necessarily part of that group. Rather, you have to make sure of things, you have to ask people about things. For example, we said someone is seen sitting next to someone typed Did you

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ask him actually what made you sit next to that person, maybe he says Wallahi, I didn't even know who the person was. I sat down and someone came and sat next to me, I said somebody who works. And then someone, you know, took a picture of video. And then they said, like that. So you have to verify the news that comes to you, you have to be careful not to put labels on people that are not realistic or true. And be careful about just slapping a label on somebody that is not realistic or true. Because what you do is you devalue the danger of that bid in the eyes of the people. Because what you do is you apply it to everybody like the boy who cried wolf, you know, everything everybody

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will fall for. So when the real wolf comes, you don't recognize it. And this is the same problem when you 1111 For everybody that disagrees with you and everybody that has a different filthy opinion to you, and everybody who shares is not your chef. And then in the end of the day, when the real issues come from that group, you're not aware of them. Because you play you plaster that name upon everybody that went against you. Rather, one of the things we learn from shipping Islam and TV, I have a lot to add, I really benefited immensely from what the shifted is that shift Islam is very precise in what he says, a dip coffee, alpha of being really careful about the words that he says,

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and the things that he says, being super careful about and be careful when you put a label on someone that that label is actually correct for that person. Otherwise, if the person for example has another problem, give it the correct name. Give each problem it's correct. And it's correct name and Ally soldier knows best. I think Shala we have to stop now who went for a long time and there's other brothers who are waiting for me as well. Are we keeping them waiting? Yes. Last question how to

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After

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the after judgment date, you know, mostly mobile

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will remain there forever. After the punishment, end of punishment. This is a Muslim who, who go to jail. Okay, very good. So a Muslim who goes to jahannam if they died as a Muslim and Allah accepted Islam, they will not stay in the Hellfire forever. They will go to gender, they will go to Jin

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after their punishment, so some people Allah will forgive them automatically. And in some people they say they are forgiven because they have so many other good deeds, Allah forgives their sin, or Allah forgives their sin because of allmost Alma Alma Kathira, the calamity happened to them they got sick, they had a problem in their life so Allah forgives them. Some people Allah forgives them from his mercy alone. And other people Allah punishes them but if he punishes a Muslim he will not remain in the Hellfire forever. That's what Allah is, which has made easy for me to mention, and Allah azza wa jal knows best wa salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Ajmeri