Aqeedah – Session 4 of 4
Channel: Tim Humble
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Deviancy in Aqeedah
What Will You Learn In These Last Two Session
For every belief that we have spoken about (and those that we haven’t covered), there is a deviancy in belief which corresponds to it.
For example, for each of the six pillars of faith, there are deviations which correspond to each of the six pillars.
A History of Deviancy in Aqeedah
The time of prophet hood — almost no deviancy; primary concern is from the Jews.
The time of the companions — the appearance of the Qadariyyah, the Khawaarij
– The hadith of Hudhayfah and ‘Umar
– The death of ‘Umar
– The plots of the munaafiqeen against ‘Uthmaan
– The death of ‘Uthmaan
– The split of the companions
– The death of ‘Ali
The time of the umayyids — deviancy spreads, but is still in its infancy.
– The consensus about obeying the ruler, and the events which lead to it.
– Ja’d ibn Dirham and Jahm ibn Safwan — the Jahmiyyah
– Waá¹£il ibn Aá¹aa (131 AH) and ‘Amr ibn ‘Ubayd (d. 143 AH) and the beginning of the Mu’tazilah
The time of the ‘abbasids (132AH onwards) — Greek philosophy is translated, and deviancy becomes wide spread, including the names and attributes of Allah.
Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam
ala rasulillah it, he was a happy woman, voila.
Okay, we move on now to session
And session number four is all about deviancy in arcada.
And really, I only want to spend half an hour on this topic, quarter to four at the latest. I want to finish this topic in Sharla, even though it's a long topic, but this is the nature of the course it's squeezed in. But the idea is to give you a little taste of a bit of a bit of everything. Okay.
And the first thing is an introduction.
So, the first thing we said is that for every belief, we've spoken about everything we've talked about in the names and attributes of Allah, in the worship of Allah in the Lordship of Allah, for every single point of Akita, there is a deviancy that exists within it. There's a deviancy that exists within it. Okay, what by that what we mean is that there is a
chance that someone can be misguided in in each and every area of Akita that we've covered. And there is probably a historical example of people being misguided in most all of the issues that we're going to hold that we have covered. Okay.
For example, for each of the six pillars of faith belief in our life, there are people who didn't believe in Allah properly. They didn't believe in the laws, lordship or laws worship properly, or they didn't believe in our laws, names and attributes properly, or they didn't believe in what was said about a Lost Planet, Allah or they didn't describe our life in the right way. With regard to the angels, there were people who did not believe properly in the angels, they said that the angels are real. They said, the angels are metaphorical, they don't really exist. With regard to the prophets, there were people who didn't believe what the prophets sighs
properly, they exaggerated regarding the profits, or they reduce them, some of them accused them of major sins, some of them put them to the status of Gods besides a law with regard to the Scripture. There were people who differed over the fact, you know, they accuse the Quran of being a created object. There are people who, you know, took the words of the Jews and the Christians to be absolute truth without checking it first with the Quran, and many, many other things. So the point is for every single aspect
of Akita that we've talked about, all we've briefly touched upon, there is a contradictory and a sort of an opposing view. And that is the deviancy and the misguidance, in Akita
and so all that remains for this session is for me to tell you a rather long story.
And that is really the story of how and where deviancy in Islam came from.
Let's begin with the time of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam.
As we said, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, the primary source of problems were the belief of the Jews and the Christians and primarily the Jews who are living in Medina.
And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam approved or disapproved of some of the things that they said, so they would come and say, or messenger of Allah, we find this written in the Torah, what do you think? And he would say, Yes, that's true, or No, that's not true.
So there was no real issue that we also see the very, very, very beginnings of deviancy in terms of certain figures who are alive during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from the Medallia team. So you have the NFL team and they are those people who showed Islam in the open but kept disbelief in their heart.
Alongside the NFL team, you have
who was the father of the Hawaii children to come to talk about the when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was giving out the war booty was giving everyone money their share of the money or their share of the wealth, their share of you know the the armor or their share of the gold or whatever.
And the hoysala came to the profit slice Alemany said it Delia Mohammed all Mohammed be just
That implies that the Prophet slicin is not just meaning Why are you? Why are you not being just, and the prophets I seldom said Woe to you, if I am not just who will be just.
And Irma, as was the nature of, you know, throughout his life for the law and said, let me chop off his head to which the prophets lie Selim said, No leave him, for there will come from his offspring until the end of the Heidi. So the point is that he was the the father or the the sort of the one who began a particular movement. But he didn't really add he didn't have any beliefs. He didn't have any deviances in his beliefs. He was just a wicked person who said to the prophets, I seldom that you're not just
from him, comes other, you know, another sect or another group, that is to come later on. So during the time of the prophet SAW Selim, other than the example of the hoysala, and the Manasa teen, who are from a Jewish background, you don't have a major issue,
we move on through the life of Abu Bakr radiallahu until we come to the time of Arma.
And this is the area which I've said here, the heydays of Harvey, and Irma,
and this has is that Ahmad was sat with the companions one day.
And he said to them, which of you knows the Hadith of the fitna?
Which of you knows the Hadith of the fitna? The Hadith of the trials and the tribulations.
A person said a fitna of a man is in his wealth and his family and so on and so forth. And he said, No, it's not this trial that I'm referring to. I'm referring to the trial. That surge is like the waves of the sea.
to trial it surges like the waves of the sea.
Or they said to him, or ameerul momineen. You have nothing to do with this trial. You have nothing to worry about. It doesn't concern you. It's not going to happen in your lifetime. Between you and it is a closed door
between you and it is a closed door.
will the door be opened or will it be broken?
Or they first said no, it will be broken, Emma replied, then the door will never be closed again. At this point, the rest of the companions have no idea what her they thought and armor are talking about. Why did they know because her data was the secret keeper of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or they felt was entrusted to us with the secrets of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and as we know that Omar came to life and said Oh, tell me by Allah did the Messenger of Allah make me from the moon African?
This is wrong sincerity and his you know his his piety in the sight of Allah spawn tada did the Prophet sighs MC I was from them, what are they they said, I will tell you and I will tell nobody after you that you are not from the university.
So her data and armor they face the secret keeper, and ominous obviously heard the prophets I seldom tell of this hadith.
A fair sort of quiet and sound. Ameren says, Don't worry, it's nothing to do with you. You have nothing to be concerned about.
And then Emma tests her data and he says, will this door be opened or will it be broken? And how safe is it nor the door will be broken?
At this point, nobody knows. From the companions who is the door What is the door what's going on, except that there is a door that is stopping a trial that is going to surge like the waves of the sea. And this door is going to be broken down.
They came to her
after a while after Omar had left. And they asked her they for what it meant and her they said the door is
the door is
and that's because Omar Allah subhanaw taala made him somebody who stopped, bid and stop deviancy from taking place every time.
Every time the Mona 13 made a plot. It was Allah made Omar The one who would stop it. And the Philippine had no hope at the time of Oman, that they would be able to introduce deviancy into the Muslim ummah.
What does it mean by broken and opened it means that Ahmad will be killed, not that he will be pushed aside. If Omar was pushed aside, perhaps he would come back in power and again be able to stop this fitna this trial from coming but it will be broken meaning that or not will be assassinated.
It so Emma knew that he would be assassinated. And her they knew that irmo would be assassinated, but the rest of the companions until Ahmad mentioned the Hadith.
They didn't know
Omar was killed by Abu juicy.
And when Arma died, and I'm going to skip over certain issues, when Arma died, this opened the door to them unethically, because certainly the person who Allah had put as a door that would not allow them to carry out their plans was no longer there.
And so they began to plot and they began to scheme and the first person they targeted was man.
So there was a figure called Abdullah urban Santa
Eliyahu de la una, to Jewish monastic, Abdullah bin seven.
And Abdullah bin Sabha traveled around the lands or sent people to travel around the lands, to the areas where people were not very familiar with Islam. They were new to Islam. There wasn't a big Islamic knowledge base there. He wasn't going to go and start spreading rumors about man in Medina, forget about it. No chance. There are too many companions. There is too much Eman. There is too many good deeds. It's not going to happen. So where does he go? He goes to Iraq. He goes to Egypt, he goes to the areas where Islam the very borders of Islam, where Islam is being influenced by other beliefs, and where people are fairly ignorant of the religion and where the companions are few in
number. And he starts to spread rumors about man, that Earth man is a tyrant. Doris man has left Islam that a man has imprisoned.
The Muslims, especially people from Adam bait, that Earth man has preferred his relatives and he's taking bribery. And I'm basically preferring his relatives over the others.
The people have their ignorance and their stupidity. And the little religiousness that they had in their life and their distance from Allah subhanaw taala. These ignorant people believed what Abdullayev and sabba and his teams were spreading around. And so what eventually happened is they gathered as a great sort of group army, and they push to Medina to Earth. My prayers man came out in Medina. And this man comes out in Medina with Addy la de la northman. Allah together, and they ridicule these opinions, it's complete rubbish, it's not true. And the people see the earth man has not disbelieved. They see the earth man is not imprisoning anyone, they see that he's not preferring
anyone over anybody else. And everything is just fine, everyone's nice and happy. So they say we made a mistake and off, they go back to their home countries, when the more than 15 see that their plan is falling apart, they need a quick plan, they need something that is going to be quick and sharp. So they fake a letter in the name of ours, man. And the letter says, When so and so returns, and they named the leaders of this group, when they return to the country kill them. And they write it to the governor
of earthman in Egypt, kill anyone who comes back from this army or imprison them to the governor of Iraq, to as man's governor in Iraq, kill whoever comes back from Iraq, and they fake it. Now, of course, this is a time where people are very honest, and trustworthy. People are not used to people lying in that way.
In any case, they send a messenger with the letter. And the messenger writes in and out of the army that is going back towards their country, in and out, in and out, in and out.
And of course, all these armies have gone their separate ways. And there are four messages or three, and they go in and out and in and out. And eventually what do you want your spy your court? We're going to search you I don't have anything. Yes, you do. And they pull out the letter and the letter says, from Earth man, to the ruler of Egypt, make sure that you kill or imprison anybody who has participated or the leaders who have participated in this in this thing.
These people are very, very, very, very oppressive and very, very far away from Allah. So what they do, again, they believe the letter and they rush back to Medina and eventually they surround the house of man and they kill us man, even in our family alone.
This plunges the Muslims into even more difficulty
because not only is Abdullayev in cyber, spreading the rule the rumors about
this man but he's also
Doing something else, he begins to tell people. He begins to whisper very, very gently to people that wouldn't it be better if Ali was in charge?
Really, Ali should have been in charge anyway. Why was it man because you know the story of when Amara nurse man, when Omar passed the rulership over, he didn't pass it to a smile, he passed it to any of the 10, who were promised paradise that were left alive. And in the end, they had a discussion between them. And it was left with Eleonora smile, and neither Ali would give up his right nor would Earth man, give up his. So they said, you know, this was a huge mistake, you know, really, as man should never have been in charge should always have been early. So they start to spread this belief amongst the Muslims.
So the army that's killed a man, they go too early, and they say, you're now ameerul momineen, you're in charge. And he says, No chance. How I'm not going to lead you people. You're evil. You know, Ollie offered to defenders man, I know, man prohibited Ali from defending him. He said, I do not want to be a reason for blood to be spilt amongst the Muslims.
Abu huraira and others were with Allah and they offered to fight on behalf of Horace Mann. Bear in mind, the Muslim army was away on jihad. And there was no ability for them to defend us, man. So the few people that were left in Medina offered Earth man refused, US man died. And they came to alley and in the end, they threatened alley they said to him, if you don't agree to be the halifa, we are going to slaughter the people of Medina, the women, the children, the men, we're going to slaughter them. This is the stupidity of these people who claim to be religious and claim to be upon the truth. You know, this, these these vile imune, these oppressive people who claim to be upon the
truth, they say, we're going to slaughter the people of Medina. So actually out of fear for the life of the people of Medina, he agrees to become the halifa. And at this point, Ali has an army full of these people, they basically right, we're in your army, you are halifa. Now, of course, the monastic team don't really want it to be in charge, because why, if it is in charge, just the same as much, man, it's a religious person, a practicing person, a normal companion, they don't want that. So they begin to spread rumors about Ali at the same time. And that really, we should get rid of him. But they do it in a different way. So the group that they spread the rumors to about Earth man, and we
should put it in place, they form the earliest, earliest beginnings of the shear, not the shear that we know today. But the earliest beginnings of the shear the seeds of the shear, they begin at this with this,
with the telling that it should have been in charge in the first place. It never should have been earthman, Abdullayev and seven. At the same time, Abdullayev and Seva starts another movement off. And that is the movement of the Hawaii bridge, the movement that came from the offspring of the hoysala, the one who said, Oh, Mohammed be just and he does this by again, encouraging them that Ali is not doing his job. And he isn't taking care of things. And this is because the Sahaba split into two groups. A group of them believed that the best thing to do was to seek revenge for a man from them or Ayesha. And from them. We're a surveyor and evidence surveyor. And from them were some of
the noble of the companions, some of the most noble of the companions of live in ama, and some of them the Senior Companions. And the reason why they wanted to seek revenge for us man, is because they said if we let this go, now, what's going to happen? They're going to kill it. And if we let it go with Alli, they're going to kill the next guy. And if we let it go with him, they're going to kill the next guy. And they're going to kill every Muslim ruler that they don't like. So we need to make a stand and we need to make it now. And he said, No, we don't need to make a stand. We need to wait. Let the Muslim army come back from jihad, and then let the Muslim army deal with this problem.
So there was a sort of a, you know, a mild disagreement, nothing serious. And at this time, the Manhattan movement in war at that time had returned to Mecca. The mothers of the believers had returned to Mk. They had made a home run they returned to Makkah when they heard the news, they didn't enter Medina because they heard what was going on. And they returned to Makkah, and Ayesha would beat herself up over the death of us much she took it really hard. She thought it was her own fault. Because she when she got the news that they had surrounded the house of Earth man, she was on her way to Medina, and she turned back because she was prohibited from going by Muharram. And by you
know, the agreement of the travelers, that it was not safe to take the wives of the prophets, I send them into Medina when it was occupied. Now of course, I shall be herself up. She said that I should have gone they would have listened to me as the wife of the prophet SAW Selim, they would have listened to me if I told them and I could have made a difference and I didn't. So she took it personally on her head that she was responsible for
The death of Horace Mann. Likewise, the men that were there, her maharam even as well, and so on and so forth. They took it very hard. And they said, if we don't set a precedent now and fight these people, they will kill every Muslim ruler that is going to come. Every single Muslim blood that comes in the future, they're going to kill them. We have to do something about this and we have to do something about it quick. At this time, the Muslim army returned from Jihad to Mecca. So I should think, Mashallah, we've got a plan. We've got an army. They've just come back, we can go to Bali. We can tell Ali, we've got you an army handover the guys, Ali wanted to get rid of them anyway. But Ali
said, we should wait until the army comes back, the armies come back, everyone becomes happy, no more disagreements, when africains plays foiled. So I she sets off with her mom. And she sets off to with the Muslim army to meet the army of Ali, who has these people who killed us man in it.
When the NFL can hear about this, what do they worry, they fear that almost certainly it is going to be successful. Because the Muslim army are there, they're going to walk up, they're going to arrest the people who killed us, man. Ali is going to hand them over. And he is going to be the more the leader of the Muslims, and everyone is going to return and the Mona Tina field. So what they decided to do is they hatched another plot. They sent men to hide in the army of Asia, and meant hide in the army of ID from the mafia team. And they commanded them that when the negotiation started, I just said we've only come for peace. And Ali said, We want nothing but peace. They came together they
began the armies, you know, the men in the army, they began to discuss and to organize how the handover would take place. The mannequin, take the arrows, and they begin to shoot at the other people in the other side of the army. And they begin to shoot at the people in the other side of the army. And so what happens everyone thinks that one side has betrayed the other I mean, it's tense whenever two armies meet to negotiate something it's not an A light situation. Everyone's armed. Everyone has arrows, everyone has swords, you know, it's a tense situation, and they set it off. Fire the arrows everyone, you know, and everyone has a big fight and Sahaba fighting against other
Sahaba and it goes crazy and everybody forgets about Allah subhanaw taala that they forget about you know who they're fighting, they forget it just emotions take over until the camel that I showed the love and highest riding upon is killed. Now tell me if the camel was killed, and it was someone other than Ayesha. What would they have done? What would they have done to a woman that was found in the battle? They would have taken her as a slave that they would have taken the woman as a slave that was the norm in war at that time. So they killed the camel take all what are we doing? This is the wife of the Prophet size lm we are making a huge and everybody realizes the huge mistake that's
been made. That Suppan Allah, we got to the point where we were within a hand of taking our own mother, body, Allah Allah. So they everybody stops. And there's also a story of as well in the army as well is martyred because he's fighting Ali and Ali says to him, do not remember that the prophets lie Selim said, There will come a day when you will fight against me, and you will be oppressing me, as in that evens obey either as Roberto will be in the wrong and it will be in the right and the prophets hasn't told them. But they nobody thought, you know, when these events happen, nobody, nobody used this to think about what was actually nobody even, you know, process this in their mind
until they met with swords and Alli said, Don't you remember that the prophets I said, have said to me, and you that you are going to fight against me and you're going to be oppressing me. And it's a very drops his sword and he runs out of the battle, one of them when African cm running away, and they kill him.
So he's murdered as he leaves the battle by one of them one after 18 as he's fleeing from the battle in Toba to Allah, that he realizes that he's made a mistake and that it's not up what they're doing is not pleasing to Allah, and then they they leave it. And so panela this is just, you know, they are trying to do their best put them on a cleaner trying to spread things further.
Now, at this point, Ali made a number of decisions, he entered into negotiation with what area of the law and regarding, you know, sort of its future battles didn't happen and future mistakes didn't happen. And they agreed that we would stay in Syria, and it would stay in Medina, and they agreed that this would you know, they would keep apart so that nobody would kill each other again.
When this happened, the monarch 15 started to spread another rumor. They said Ali has disbelieved. Notice how they start the shear off with the love of Ollie, over Earth man and over aboubaker and over armour and now they start the haulage off with the disbelief of Ollie and they say the ollie has
disbelieved, why? Number one, he refused to take it as a slave.
Number two, he allowed negotiation to take place with the other group. And they said, if you're negotiating, you're implementing a law, and only a law has the right to implement or to legislate to make a law.
And they said to Holly in in hoekman, Illallah,
the route of making a law is only for Allah. And Allah, Allah said his famous statement, Kelly motto, how can there be How about it? It's the truth that you've said. But it's not the truth that you mean. You said something that's true, only Allah has the right to make a law, but you're intending something behind that you're intending that I've made a law besides Allah, and therefore I am a disbeliever. And not only did they declare it to be a disbeliever, also, Mahalia also honorable us and also the other people who are involved in the negotiations between Ali and Alia. They declared all of them to be disbelievers. And so the Hawaii bridge, hatched a plan.
The early coverage with the NFL team, they hatched a plan that they were going to assassinate the four people who were responsible for the negotiations that happen between Alienware area, they were going to kill Ali, and they're going to kill more area, and they're going to kill us and they were going to kill Abu Musab as far as I remember, actually.
In the end, the plots failed except for one. And Ali rhodiola was martyred and he was killed a lot the Allahu anhu will Allah by the whole adage, or by the the group that rebelled against Ali rhodiola.
And this group, again, was funded and fueled by them on African. So now we have some different groups at the same time, or just after that, the fit and continue and the fighting continues. And we see the appearance of the other end.
And we see this hadith of gibreel in Sahih Muslim from the narration of Abdullah Eben Erma, the two men came to Abdullah in Arma.
And they said to him, they have appeared to people in our land who say that there is no cutter and that the everything is random. You know, Allah doesn't know what's going to happen tomorrow. And I'm delighted and almost said, If you meet them, tell them I'm free from them and they are free from me. And then he mentioned the hadith of gibreel about the necessity to believe in, in coddle.
So here we have three groups in bold, the Kataria, who are mentioned in the hadith of gibreel, inside Muslim,
the hadith of gibreel, that there is common people who say that there is no decree and that Allah doesn't know what's going to happen tomorrow, that if everything is just random, and Abdullayev and Arma refutes them
to how arlidge Who are those people who rebelled against those in authority, along with believing that they are the people who do major sins outside of Islam. So they believe that the people who do make peace, someone who drinks alcohol or caffeine, someone who commit Zina is a Katherine, someone who usually does something really bad tells a lie as a catheter, and so on and so forth. So they begin slaughtering the Muslims left, right and center. The Shia begin to form even more, because as people as early as killed, and the the situation gets worse and worse and worse, of course, the Shia grow in their severity. And they grow in saying that all the whole problem here is all with malaria
and with the people who fought against it. And this is their fault, and this is ISIS. And they begin to curse, Arusha and Abu Bakar and Irma and Osman, and they begin to raise Ali rhodiola and to the height of a God that is worship besides Allah.
And this is done purely by the efforts of the moon. So the moon after Tina making their efforts, the Hawaii bridge have formed the Shia are formed and of course they're not formed in the way we know them today. But they are getting more detailed every time and the Kataria have formed as well.
This obviously leads to a big discussion and it leads to a discussion amongst the Muslims about what is the status of a bad Muslim because the Hawaiians have made it very clear. A bad Muslim is a Catholic.
shave your beard capital, don't wear hijab capital. This is the the methodology of the rich.
At this time, people begin to discuss what is the situation of those people who don't
practice Islam properly.
At this point, we see the beginning of the jamea and the Morteza
so we see Jad, even Durham, and jam even soft one. And we see was in even alpha. And towards the end of that period we see Mr. innervate
wants to live in alpha and am amateur and obeyed are primarily dealing with the issue of what is the beginning of what happens to a disobedient Muslim and they come up with this idea that a disobedient Muslim is not a Muslim noisier Catholic.
He is not Muslim, noisy cafard he is Manzella, Bain, and McKenzie latane. He is dead in the middle. He is not from the people of Paradise noise for him from the people of hellfire. He's from the people who are stuck in the middle.
And this develops further and further and further at the time of the tablet, and the time of the Omega khilafah. And it gets worse and worse and worse until the Tesla have formed and the more Tesla in this point, they join between some of the beliefs of the Kataria, the early hydrea. And the join between this concept of the person who's a disobedient Muslim is neither a Muslim, nor is he a cafe, and they pull all of these issues together. So this is what's happening. The she I start off as just thinking that Ali was better than us, man. Look where they are today. the worship of Allah Allah, Allah and as a god besides Allah.
Then you have the hostage who start off as a simple person saying be just oh Mohammed and then you know a group of people who you know sort of are a bit a bit rebellious. And then it goes on to the point of murdering Ali and then murdering the Muslims who don't practice Islam 100%
the Morteza lab begins with saying that everyone who is about Muslim is neither Muslim noisy Catholic, he's between the two. And then it goes on to mixing things in with the Kataria and they all start to mix and match and they bring martela version two wartsila version three and version two and version three gets worse and worse and worse.
The jamea comes from gem Eben soft one and from his teacher, Jad, even Durham and Jonathan soft one and Jasmine Durham are famous for their denial of the attributes of Allah and their implementation of what we would call post. Or we would call probably Aristotle and philosophy. So
these guys start to deny the attributes of Allah Allah can't see a lot of can't hear a lot can't be merciful, you know, ally Semyon vlsm, Basilan Villa buzzer and they start to deny all of the things regarding the attributes and the names of Allah wholesale. And we said the reason some of that before because they're compelling to his creation. Where did this come from? So called the suggests, and I think this is a very interesting point. He suggests that this came from a Christian speaker, called john or Christian person called john of Damascus. And he was the first person to write a refutation of Islam, he wrote a book called the heresy of the ishmaelites.
Bit the actual ismailia,
the bit of the smiley people as in the bit of Islam, and he, he was the first person to write a first krisztian to write a refutation of Islam. And he was employed by the mermaids as a governor, or as a person in the administration because he was very good at dealing with countries and and sort of running things. He lived very near to
ajet, even Durham. So yes, it suggests in his thesis that Jeremy Durham, learned from john of Damascus. And that's a very interesting point because it shows again, where is this belief coming from? It's coming from the enemies of Islam, it's coming from the external religions, it's coming from the Christians. It's coming from the Jews, Abdullah bin Salman was a Jew. JOHN of Damascus was a Christian. It's not coming from Islam.
And the Jamia effect, essentially, the martela, the Asha era come along, and they come in response to the martez ila. And in the end of the day, they're all part of the same thing. They all mixing and matching parts of these beliefs together, swirling them around turning them around, and trying to, you know, sort of take bits of them and reject bits of stuff that allow what you said, You How can you dare say that a Muslim about Muslim is a Catholic. He's not a Calvin not a Muslim. So he tries to destroy a misguided belief and brings another misguided belief in its place. The Usher era well known for the hatred of the Martin Zilla.
They come along and they will and this comes along in the time of the bassets 132. After the hatred onwards, Greek philosophy is translated, and deviancy becomes widespread, including deviancy in the names and attributes of Allah. So
Lancome they are shy around some of the other groups of color. And they basically turn around and trying to refute the Martins ILA and ended up also coming up with some very very deviant beliefs about our last names and attributes. And so they say yet doesn't mean yet and speech doesn't mean speech and Han doesn't mean hand and foot doesn't mean for and all of these other things. Go back with the history. Say yeah, you halacha era or you actually let us look at your history and the majority of Muslims today I think it's safe to say that a decent majority if not the majority of Muslims today are called class themselves as Ashley or metodi. This is the majority of the
subcontinent like Al Qaeda, but if along with extreme sort of Sufi ism and stuff like that, and of course, it was the first one to join between the two of us It came along and joined between
animal Callum which was the Greek philosophy and between Sufi ism
So, he came and mix those two and is given what most people fall into. So we say to them, yeah one, let us have a look at your history of your Akita. Let us have a little look at the history of your Akita. It either goes back to a Jew or a Christian. It goes back to the Mona 14. It goes back to those people who disappeared and hated a lion is messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It goes back to those people had no concept of tawheed it doesn't go back to the companions take our Akita this Akita that we inshallah to Allah we are upon this Akita will law he you can look at it as the same don't say it's the Akita of Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab doses, the Akita even Tamia don't say South ew
managment This is the Akita of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Akita of his companions, it has a chain, we go back and we end up with the prophets lie Selim, you go back, you end up with Jonathan Durham and Jehovah and stuff, one, you go back, you end up with amarin obeyed. And you end up with these people who will lie they had no virtue in the religion at all. They had no teachers from the companions, they will also live in alcohol rejected or hassanal bacillary and walked away from him. And that's why again, the names of martyrs zealot the people who withdraw themselves because he withdrew himself from Islam and from you know, the teachings of the companions, while
Sullivan atoll was famous for withdrawing himself from the teachings of the companions and pulling away from the teachings of the companions, so we say to them, Mashallah, Mashallah look at your Akita look at your Silsila Silsila to Shelton all the way up. It's a Silsila with shale Team focaccias in all the way up until you end up with a Jew mon ethic or a Christian who wrote a refutation of Islam. This is what your appeal is based upon. As for our aqeedah with Eli unhemmed, it is based upon the Akita of the companions rhodiola and home who learned it from the prophets I seldom you will not see this appear to be any different from the Akita Ibis, or from the Akito Abu
huraira, or from the Akita Valley, or from the Akita of Islam or from Emerald or from Abu Bakr or from anyone, because Alhamdulillah this Akita is based on the Quran and based upon the sooner and not based upon the desires and
some of them say no, no, no, we're not from Japanese stuff, one we from Aristotle, Mashallah, you're getting better and better. You know, you're from a Greek Catholic who didn't even believe in Allah azza wa jal, in any rational form.
Subhana Allah, this is where you take your acleda from. Either you take it from Aristotle, or you take it from the monastiraki or the Jews or the Christians, but you don't take it from Islam and you don't take it from the Sunnah.
And then they say to you that our Akita was invented by Mohammed bin Abdullah hub, or our RP that was invented by Eben Tamia or our Akita was invented by man animate, so there is no difference in their Akita at all. Because Alhamdulillah that Akita Alexandre is one in Pakistan, in India, in Bangladesh, in Saudi Arabia, in Yemen, in Dubai, in the Emirates in Syria, in Africa in Nigeria, they all have the same Akita, the Akita, Alison, when you look those people who are upon the sooner, you don't find any difference, whereas the Asha era will live, you put two of them in the room, they couldn't agree with each other. If you put two of them in the room, and start them just if you want
to do this, yeah, you put two Ashley's in the room and start them on the topic of casp. What does Casper mean this this because they actually are actually Jeopardy in terms of they believe that, that we're puppets, we don't have any, any will whatsoever. They believe that we are just puppets on the stage and allies just moving us around and we don't have we don't decide to do right or wrong, except for something called casp. And none of them can agree what this thing called cast is. And you put two of them in the room and let them have it out with each other. Two of them can't agree Alhamdulillah Allah sooner from all over the world, from every single place from every single time
the tabbing 800 after the HR 600 after the HR 200 after the HR you whatever time you pick, there are t days exactly the same. Forget that go back. The Akita of new is the same
The Akita of Ibrahim is the same, the Akita of Isa la Salatu was set up while he had an MBA, Jamie and Salatu. Salam, they actually did all the same because the Akita doesn't differ. It's all from the same source. Whereas these guys, the Morteza become the Russia, Iran Russia era split into the majority and the majority advocate, and they just split up and up and up like atom, they just like a nuclear reaction. They're just splitting, splitting, splitting, splitting splitting. And they can't stay together in one group. Because they are PETA is bartylla. It's an Akita is not from the Quran and from the Sunnah. And of course, you know the ash I love taking potshots at the mortality, land
and mortality. I love taking potshots at ash IRA. And the Jeremy I love taking potshots at all of them. And then the holidays like to say that all of them are wrong. And hamdulillah you say, you know you people are just,
it's the pot calling the kettle black. You're all on the same methodology. You've all taken your deen from somewhere that's not the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So wherever you've taken your deen from, we call these people to come back to the Quran and the Sunnah, and to the understanding of the companions, or the Allahu anhu will match mine. And this shows us that this Akita will and I don't see this book, because this book can have mistakes and you know, I'm a human being.
But I see this aqeedah and that's why when you attribute yourself to the seller, the seller or masamune, the seller don't have any sin as a group. Because the profitsystem, semi oma will not gather upon misguidance one person from the self can be wrong, but the whole self cannot be wrong.
Because the oma will never gather together the Omaha's upon the truth, the seller facade, they will never gather together upon falsehood. And that's why you see there is no different you know, minor little things that people disagreed over, or minor things that Pete small mistakes people made. And the person is known for the Sundae, like a shout to be said, if a person is known for being upon the center, and they make a mistake that doesn't make them outside of the center. And a person is known for better and they do a good deed, it doesn't make them from the center.
So in terms of this, we see that yes, there were some minor things. There were some issues a little bit with, you know, some of the Akita of Abu hanifa Rahim Allah with regard to Eman and and mistakes that were made sincerely, and with other people, and that you know, that it was said about even taymiyah regarding the Hellfire, which I don't think is true, but that's another topic. And you know, there were little mistakes, but broadly, the self as a whole, they acted is all the same. They all believe the same thing. And it comes from a divine origin. And that's one of the reasons we use to prove the Quran we say to people look at it, you don't find any contradiction in it. So if you
want to find the Akita that is true, look at the hidden that doesn't have any contradiction. It didn't wasn't invented 200 years after or 300 years after, or 400 years after.
Like, you know, it has been said to some of our Shire, and I'll finish on this point. It was said to them.
If you think someone like alljoyn, he
is a fundamental cause for guidance as in if you don't understand his methodology, you can't be guided.
Then very simple. What about the people who came before alljoyn he was he was a Muslim with a catheter with a facet where they believers were they what were they those people who came before joining those people who came before Apple hustler Ashley? Were they upon guidance or misguidance? Were they upon falsetto truth? You people say that without understanding this Akita of yours, you cannot be upon guidance. So what happened to the people before you actually that existed?
There is no answer. except to say that no, no, this wasn't clear at this time. There isn't an answer to it. But a hamdulillah there is an answer to say that this is not the right Akita when you look at the right Akita we say no problem. There was someone before you even before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there were hundreds and 1000s of people who carried this Akita and they were the people of tawheed that have always existed since Allah put them on the earth. And until the day of judgment, they will remain a group of my own, upon the Huck Wah hitting upon the truth clearly upon the truth. They will not be harmed by those who oppose them until the commander of a law comes until
the commander of a law the day of judgment comes and they remain in exactly the same situation. Nothing has changed.
louer hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Allah le wasafi Hema Manuela.
session five is called moving forward applying the knowledge in our lives.
At the end of the day, guys, we haven't really even scratched the surface. We've just given you a real introduction, just a flavor of some of the most important things that are needed.
We've talked about the meaning of aqeedah. How aqeedah was recorded how acleda was taught. We've talked a little bit about some of the most important principles in Akita. We've talked about La ilaha illAllah, Muhammad Rasulullah, which is the basis of all of our arcada.
We've talked about the names and attributes of ally in a very basic way, a very simple way.
And finally, we've talked about deviancy and Al Qaeda and some of the sects that appeared, and when they appeared and how they appeared, and again, the talk was very, very, very short. And I had to miss over a number of sects and groups, but it just gave you an idea, you know, like, an idea of the sort of topic. Now the question is, how do you guys move forward? The first thing is, by applying the knowledge that you've learned, that means you need to
study what's in this book. Definitely clarify if there are any mistakes because we're all human beings.
You need to learn the basic principles. And then once you've learned them, and you're applying them in your lives, you need to call other people to them. Because one of the best things about Islam is that we're not content to simply leave everybody else in misguidance and to be upon guidance, we believe that our guidance is impart from a Lost Planet Allah when we strive to guide other people so we call other people in a simple way in an easy way now the way I talk to you guys not gonna be the same way I talk to other people you know, I mean, you don't need to
you people in this room generally have the right attitude inshallah we based this talk upon the the idea that everyone in the room has the right belief in the right sort of, you know, concept to start with, and we're just clarifying and just making sure that little bits are there.
with other people, you need to show some softness, you need to show some, some sort of
some riff, some light some and you need to show some naseeha some of some sincere advice, kindness and sincere advice in the religion.
Once you call people to this Akita, what happened to you is what happened to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam do not think you will call people to this Akita and everyone will just flock to you and say, Masha, Allah subhanaw taala. We agree, we're on your side, it's not going to happen. Because it didn't happen to the prophets. I said them and it didn't happen to any of the Imams or any of the leaders of Islam.
This is something that from the pseudonym of a Lost Planet, Allah is that you are going to experience hardship. People are going to call you names. People are going to accuse you of hating the Prophet sallallahu Sallam of disrespecting your forefathers of bringing, you know something new, of being a Wahhabi of being your whatever other word that they want to accuse you of. And we're going to say, I'm gonna say to you, Bushra glad tidings because this is what happened to the prophets lie Selim, he was called names. They call them Majnoon, they call them Sahara, they call them all the names they call them.
So they're gonna call names.
And the prophets, I suppose called names.
And they're going to say that you're going away from the belief of your forefathers. And they said the same thing to the prophets, I tell them that you're going away from the belief of your forefathers, you're going away from the religion of what your fathers were upon,
and the same thing, but you'll be patient, and who even if one person is guided to the truth, it's better for you than the best of the wealth of this dunya. So you strive to call other people, you strive to call your family, you're patient with them, you know, you know, you have a member of the family who makes to it other than Allah, you're going to be patient with them. It is our ability he accent, you're going to respond to it in the best possible way. Was the ideal home bility Yes. And you're going to argue with them in the best possible way.
So once you are certain in your firm in your knowledge, and you're acting upon it, you're going to call other people to it and you're going to be patient as a result of what happens when you do so.
I think there are a number of things very practically we can talk about is that you need to move up now to really to affirm and I think one of the most with the most excellent ways of you affirming this aqeedah is for you to read some of the books that were written in the earliest days of Islam about al Qaeda. Why? Because I would love you to read the saboteur hate by Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab and I would love you to read you know
So to buy even Tamia but I want you to start by just taking a book like a soldier son by demand
or even before if you can find you know, I don't know how many has been translated, you know everyone's diameter Hayden and you know that these books have a data me and stuff. I think data's sooner have a couple of the aqeedah have
a couple of older Akita books you know from the look at the date the author lived you know you have shot her sooner Bailey mama Baba Hari
try and find the earliest one you can the one who has the earliest date and then take a later book of al Qaeda and you won't find compare them. I want you to become confident that this Akita is not the leader of Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Rahim Allah, it is the leader of the self, all of them. And I want you to get that confidence by looking back. One of the ways you know, when people criticize what we say about hate. One of the ways is that you know, so Pamela is to bring them for example, the statements of Abu hanifa about her hate the statements of alleman Akhmed about her hate the statements of Mr. Malik about to hate until they realize that these statements are not the
statements of a guy who lived a couple of 100 years ago, or 300 or 400 years ago, or 500 years ago. But these are statements that have been passed down from the companions, Abu hanifa Rahim Allah talks about the dividing of tawheed into two types of based on exactly the division that we talked about today.
Exactly the division we talked about today, Imam Abu hanifa talks about it. So the point is, I want you to take an older book of al Qaeda and just make sure you're confident that this al Qaeda is the same as leader of every single person. And then that's why I hope it in the end we'll be left with nothing except to say that you know, you change the books, even taymiyah went to every book of Abu hanifa and deleted the bit where he used to make to our to the graves and row in the bit where he used to worship Allah alone. And you get statements like this, this is what people like Jeff had died and people like, you know, that the sort of intellectual Sophie's are left to say, they've got
nothing left to say, except that even taymiyah went to all of the books in the world crossed out everything that had to do his shift can put into hate,
even they have to admit the unite the unanimous nature and the unity of this aqidah so that's one thing, and then I think you should begin in the beginning. And the beginning is really something in the issue of worshiping Allah alone, like keytab utter hate,
from keytab utter hate, it would be good for you to move up to aqeedah Allah Satya, which has to do with the names and attributes of Allah. So keytab utter hate is basically going to affirm for you what we did in sec in in session two, the tauheed bit
regarding at bat you can find a good good books on following the messenger size element, the evil of bid out, you know, for that part, session three are going to cover by going through an Akita and wasa Tia by shaker Islam and Tamia or him Allah. And then you go onwards. And you know, in terms of session four, you can read some of
the biographies of the companions like the biography of Ali rhodiola, and the biography of Earth man, or the Allahu, and
a salave'a Hello. So So lobbies books on the biographies and the history of Islam as we die when the high I think is going to come out soon from goddess Salaam, and you start to you know, you start to read a little bit around the history. And then you can read on specific sects, the belief of the reality of the Shia Islam the reality of the hawara age, the warning of shiffman bas Rahim Allah against the whole outage, and you can, you know, you can sort of build up your knowledge that way. But the point is that you need really just people around you can read books, but you need teachers around you who you can go to so arrange with the local Masjid that, oh, I finished kitasato haguenau
a very simple explanation, just a short one means explanation really simple. And now I want to move up, you might do a three or four times, you might literally do keytab butterhead, I think I did kitasato hate at least four times in four different explanations, you know, you begin with a mean, or you begin with a like something like which which we have an Arabic allergy deed, fish or whatever to hate, which is basically just like bullet points, they bring the ayah and they say bullet point, just make dua to Allah don't make dua to anyone else next point. And they just do it. And then you move on to entertain means explanation. And then you move on to a really comprehensive explanation
that includes, you know, some of the more detailed issues like a critical study of shark catch for super hot, which deals with it's called an English or critical study of shark, which deals with the arguments people make against to hate, and how to refute those and how to deal with them. And you know, in terms of session three, so each session has, let's say, a plan to go forward. In session two, there are about 3040 books that you could read
I mean, admittedly, in English, there's probably five or six that you could read, that will take you through session two up to a strong level, there are books that you can read in session three, that will take you up to session three up to a strong level. And then you can read other books, like the creativity model, Barbara Hardy, to give you a general idea, and also the Sunnah, ballymount ahamed to give you again, a general idea. And then you can go into really specific stuff, you know, you learn Arabic, and you go into some really detailed books, and you keep on going and going and going and going. And there are literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of books, but it's a good
idea. In session two, we're going to start with good habits or hate. In session three, we're going to start with aqeedah adversity. And I think both of them are called that name. In English, they're called utilitaire heydon equals alakija. adversity with a simple explanation, not the biggest one you can find the smallest one you can find and then move on to slightly bigger ones after that, and take it from there. And you can read some of the histories and the biographies and some of the stories of what happened in the terms of the history of Islam and the fit and that happened between the Sahaba to understand that each of the Sahaba did what they did for the right reasons they did
what they did to please our Lost Planet Allah some of them were right some of them were wrong and that's the nature of Bani Adam, but we love all of them and we respect all of them. And we you know, hold all of them to be pleased or Alize pleased with all of them and all of them are from the people of gender with the permission of Allah subhanho wa Taala so that's inshallah my advice now as long as I can spend which is probably 10 minutes
on questions and answers, first of all the brothers have been sort of had a chance a little bit Do we have any North not from the sisters
non so far, sisters, if you've got any questions you need, hurry up and write them down because we're not going to the brothers will take your your opportunities. inshallah, again, I emphasize to everybody and I really do mean this that at the end of the day, we don't take our Akita from one individual I told you tuck lead in Akita is Allah so this is not the Quran, this is not Manasa from Allah subhanaw taala This is what the best that we could come to sort of simplify and summarize and try to make it easy to understand if it has mistakes in no problem. Because if it has mistakes, he will correct them. And we'll take our Akita, from those things that are not one individual, but the
Akita of the setup as a whole. So I do emphasize that to you guys, that please do look, you know, and please do make sure that you don't you this is not a blind, you know, a blind exercise that you just take your Akita like that, but you look into it, and you take it from the widest sources, and you take it from the LMR of Islam, the people who are lost pantallas made the guardians of the earth or Mr. of Islam, and inshallah more and more of their works are being translated into English for you to be able to benefit from as well. And
you can also take some time to listen to some basic audio tapes and acleda because this is Mohammed Tim's take on it. You know, there are other people who have done lectures on Al Qaeda, Al Hamdulillah, there are, you know, probably 3040 tips, maybe you can get easily on the internet on the topic of al Qaeda done by very Number of Speakers in all around the country. Take them listen to him, Did they say anything different? Is there anything in there that you felt, you know, like, isn't the same or wasn't clear, clarify it, highlight it, get in touch terms of getting in touch with me. And I always give people my email, and I don't mind people passing on my my number, but I'm
just terrible answering the phone. So basically, my email is very simple. It's MH, a double m ad, Mohammed with a una ti [email protected]. Very, very, very simple. MUHMADT [email protected] from that you can get Facebook you can get whatever, obviously I only add brothers onto the Facebook, not the sisters, but the sisters can subscribe to the public updates in Sharla. And that's just to save me from people's photographs. And the brothers are bad enough, you know, somehow without seeing the sisters for grasses. So inshallah
you know, in terms of that we have sort of options to look at things in the future and to progress because if you guys don't progress upon a lot, you know, I mean, it's been a waste of time, you need to see that, you know, you're actually learning more about it and progressing, becoming firm. And honestly remember the aqeedah will influence everything that you do. You know, I had a tip co teacher
I'll take your question second, but I had to see teacher
and this stuff co teacher, may Allah guide me And may Allah guide him, but he was an Egyptian brother, an Egyptian. She's very, very, very prestigious, very, very, very well known. And Allahu mastan you know, Subhanallah he was an abandoned a C interfere. But alone was tiny Nikita wasn't that he had the wrong Akita he just didn't know anything about Akita
So he would give opinions that would go against the Akita of Arizona, and not even realize it and when you would say Tim chef, this is the Akita of the ash eddie's is the arcade of the soul. And so this is that he would sort of look at you like, What do you mean? And he was such a genius in Tafseer. But he was really, really, really weak and Akita. And that's why if you're ever going to have a teacher, make sure that your teacher is strong and Akita even if he's teaching you Alif data, make sure that exactly that is right, because your Akita comes out in everything, and it will it will split into everything you know, and in the end, you end up learning alphabetize that you'll go
on to learning what he thinks about the names and attributes of Allah and what he thinks about the companions and what he thinks about where are we and why do you think because everything comes out in the end, I mean, you know, there are times there are exceptions when you have no choice but in general, look at who you learn this knowledge is your religion. So look at who you take your religion
and look at you know, your own Akita. And when you teach people whatever you do, you teach people maths, but make sure your Akita is solid and it will, it will come out in what you teach and it will come out in the way you behave.
The history like I said, there is a there are some very, very good books in Arabic. And there's a very good book in Urdu.
There's a brilliant book in Urdu and it's going to have is
I know that I know the chef's son and his son is called earthworm and
I have to remember his name he wrote a book about the fighting that took place between what Ali and Ali rhodiola and and even the people who read all do tell me that they even in Arabic there isn't anything like it. So if you guys have the ability to read or do have old read to you and explain to you this is a brilliant book.
Oh, the same guy who wrote the the the translation of the most half into all you have is use of I think is use of
no not use of it. The one who wrote the one upon the one upon the right act, either the owner or daughter wrote
the one that is in the dead ones printed by Malik Fahad
I'll bring the name I'll text the name to you or something inshallah, it's gonna have my mind now, but it's a very, very, very good book about what happened in Arabic. And in English, you have the books of a Salah be
the biography of alley, the biography of Russ man, the biography of armor.
You have the books of the Sierra, the books like albida, when they hire to talk about what happened in the fight between and you have the books of al Qaeda to talk about our belief about the companions. So you have the books of al Qaeda to talk about the history of deviancy in Islam, or BDR in Islam. And again in there you can find some of the history
even books like Dr. Blau Philips book on terracotta, Sharia, what do they call that? What do they call tactical tissue in English, the history of the mothership, Dr. Blau Phillips has a book on the evolution of thick, that's what they call it. And that again, you know, will give you an idea of how some things that have misguided DOMA entered into Islam. So there's a wide variety of books for session four books of history books of Sierra books about beta books about the history of deviant sex, you know, we might get a book on the sheet that talks about the early days of the Shia
there are brilliant tapes, I highly recommend Shabbos Sam has tape on the similarities between the Jews and the Shia
and the the other you know other very, very, very, very good good books and tapes that have been done the history of different sects and so on and so forth. And you know, the it's pretty much limitless in that regard. Does anyone else have any other questions guys because otherwise I'm going to leave you inshallah to Allah with the feedback forms because I have now to travel at the speed of your average plane to reach Dudley insha Allah tala on time to Zack Ola halen robotica lo fi comm was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.