Tim Humble – The Explanation of the Hiyyah Poem

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The hosts of a tour of a church in the UK discuss the importance of learning about the church's history and its "fitness" in relation to writing about it. They stress the need to be mindful of the holy sun and not innovating in religion. The conversation covers the history and importance of Islam, including its use in media coverage, the importance of belief in the holy Bible, and the use of words to describe actions and moments. The importance of guidance and guidance from Allah is emphasized, along with the mis Gilbertence of Islam and its consequences of not accepting punishment.
AI: Transcript ©
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hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam aleikum.

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Welcome to all brothers and sisters upstairs to our masjid and ally. I am so happy and delighted to have extra me, someone who I look up to a lot chef.

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And his comment has been a long time the process, Allah azza wa jal made it possible today with the lead handler, Mina. And Chef Tim is I don't want to go too deep into his introduction because everyone knows him.

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And I don't make introductions.

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I think all of the pros like myself growing up in the UK, I think all of us on the YouTube team, one of the early teachers on the scene long before social media was how it is today and likewise, YouTube and everything else. And the show itself today in short, a lot in Asia. Just a quick run through we're gonna start now I'm going to run till just about 15 minutes before mostly just shut up. And we'll take a short break they'll be some tea and refreshments in the back for you brothers to have a break and we'll pray and then straight away we'll start again and then we'll conclude at a Showtime inshallah likewise, for the sisters, it will be the same. If we have time at the end, maybe

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we can do a q&a. I'll explain that later. If we have time. The text that the ship is covering today is at her ear of the sun off the grid my head if I will download all of our data. And it's beautiful polling on Aqeedah. The text we have formatted as the Arabic with English translation, some of the brothers went through a lot of efforts for even the powers that have been given to Arabic to make it easy lorryload them. So that's available on our Instagram page. If you go on the story of msgid the link is there. And if someone doesn't have Instagram, I posted the same text on the murky message News Group and if someone's not under there hopefully someone next to you has a text has a QR code

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on it if you scan a document to your phone as well inshallah everyone can open that up and.

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen

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lehle handled Hussen was sent out with Jimmy was her to Allah ilaha illallah who was that who luxury color. Your cool will help cover jolla the Sabine wash had to Anna Mohammed and Abdullah he was a Soto sallallahu alayhi wa ala early he will be he was seldom at the Sleeman Kathira and mvat.

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So Allah He really is a pleasure. After praising Allah azza wa jal and asking Allah to exalt the mansion and Grant peace to our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to his family in his companions. It is a pleasure to gather here today in this house from the houses of Allah, for us to remind ourselves and to study together something which is the most important thing that any single person can ever study. And that is to study the correct belief that defines you as a Muslim, your Aqeedah and what makes you the Muslim that you are your belief in Allah, in the angels in the Scripture in the prophets in the last day, your belief in the last day, your belief in the Divine

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Decree, the good of it, and the bad

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and your belief in those things that separate a hello sunnah from those people who oppose them.

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And even better than just the study of al Qaeda, is to take this science from one of the great Imams of the science.

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We are speaking about a novom Rahim Allah Allah Allah, the One who authored this poetry

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and he is very famous for two reasons.

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First of all, he is himself and half of Abdullah ibn Abi deload Soleimani blash F. A CG standing.

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Rahim Allahu taala. And I told you he's famous for two things. He's famous because of his father. His father was

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Abu Dhabi, Suleiman liberal ash,

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a city Stanny Sahib, as soon as he was the author of Sunon epidote. And we all know the police of Sunon ABI Dawood among the crypto sitter the six most important books of Hadith.

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So his father was a great scholar of Hadith. But that's actually not the reason that his son, Abdullah was famous. His son was famous and it was said cannot follow min Abby. He memorized more than his father did. And his knowledge of Hadith was more than his father. But because his father was so famous, for sure, when you have a very famous father, who is a great scholar, and a great narrator of Hadith, then perhaps you can say that the son was not as famous as, as his father, except that it was said that he was stronger in memory, and that he was stronger in Hadith.

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As for

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his teachers, that he learned from as we can see, we can talk about his birth.

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He was born

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230 After the hijab,

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and this is important, because you're going to take Aqeedah from someone who lived in the early times any the Aqeedah that is found in the books of the motorcar demean the early scholars. And in reality, the aikido of Allah sunnah. It doesn't differ, right? Our belief in Allah doesn't differ between the early scholars and the latest callers. That's one of the signs of the aqidah of Atlantis, sunnah is that it doesn't, it doesn't differ. However, there are some features of al Qaeda in the books of the early scholars, which is different from the archy that we find in the books of the latest scholars, the belief is one, but the style is a little bit different.

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The style of the early scholars is generally that the archy that is more thorough, is very, very summarized.

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And it's very comprehensive, with very few words. That's why when you genuinely look at the books of the early scholars and the texts of the early scholars in aqidah, you generally find that there are few words, but the words carry a lot of meanings.

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This poetry is only 33 lines long.

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And in that 33 lines, he covered the vast majority of the above of Akita, the topics of aqidah, many of them

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in 33 lines of poetry, so it's going to be intense, it's going to be detailed, there's going to be a lot to talk about, whereas the later books tend to be quite large in size. And there's lots and lots of

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any points being made separately.

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Also, generally what you're going to find in the books of aqidah of the early scholars is a very strong connection to the issues of a snag and Debbie, you find that even in the latest scholars, but here particularly the issue of who is this narrated from where did we get this from?

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Because this aqidah as we've said before, our Aqeedah is actually the twin most NEDA it's an Aqeedah that has a chain of narration. It didn't come from Greece. It didn't come from Rome. It didn't come from India. It didn't come from the Jews and the Christians of the sapience. It is an Akita which is moose nada, ala Rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a ghost with a chain of narration back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So the points that he's going to make, he's going to give a great deal of importance to the evidences and the Hadith, and the connection to the Quran and to the Sunnah, even though this is in poetry form, so it's highly summarized, is highly summarized. As for if we talk about some of his teachers, he narrated from his father, Abu Dawood. He also narrated from Mohammed Shah

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and he generated from others including Mohammed Maria here, Abdul Hadi and Amma ignore Ali Al philos, and others from the great scholars of Hadith. As for his students, and this is important.

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There were many students from his students were able to have been the author of some

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Hey inhibin Ibra headband Rahim Allah Allah was one of his students. But I want to mention three of his students because all three of them wrote detailed works in aqidah.

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from them is

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Abu Hafs ignatia Hain

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and from them is ignoble TA

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and among them is jewelry.

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And all of them narrate this ha ear from even epidote.

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So this her ear itself is not something that was found scribbled on a piece of paper in a library. It is something that three of his great students all narrated it from him.

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Among them at imaam jewelry from about CA, and also Moshe Hain all of them narrated this aqidah from him, and all of them have works on the topic of al Qaeda.

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As for the praise of the scholars for him, we will mention while hopefully you will, but the daddy said about him can frt Hana add him and have you ever

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he was a scholar of FIP a great scholar in this religion and a great memorizer.

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And it said about him, Imam will actually Iraq

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and half of them will have medical Khalil said about him can ignore Abby dowload Imam, a hill in Iraq. He was the Imam of all of the people in Iraq.

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So here we have an early scholar.

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An early scholar, it was said about him Kena Abu Becca for an ignore epi that would mean a car barrel her father and her father above that are the man Mustafa que han

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Allah He Imam.

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He was from the greatest scholars of Hadith in Baghdad. He was a great scholar, an expert in fic and an Imam

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and other heavy said about him

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in more than one place. What Roger will mean key body aroma in Muslimeen woman our socket her fourth

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this man was from the greatest scholars among the Muslims, and from the strongest of them in f

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As for his Aqeedah then we can see from his poem and from his students, that his RP that was the Aqeedah of a Suniti Well, Jamar and he narrates this aqidah attaching people to the Quran and to the Sunnah, and to what the Sahaba and the early generations were upon. And he died. Rahim Allah hooter, Allah 316 After the Hijra.

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I think what would be better is if we read

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a portion, like no, I'll tell you until where

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you read, I'll tell you until were like 567 lines until where and then in sha Allah.

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We will stop and explain Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Hamza Hasan with pinner on Jimmy wash.

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In La La tone actually color photo our where this bill are shadowing as a youth in our in our PNM Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a man that Allah has found our family man them to know was a movie like medica I mean I love our food and our shift in our he missed me when he's in meetings to me. erotica, I'm Hannah lucky me among among

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the author he begins, or the point he begins with his statement, Thomas said be heavily la he was tabular in Houda. Whether telco be the area and Anneka to flow.

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It's interesting that especially among the earliest of the scholars when they write about Aqeedah often the very first thing that they talk about is what we call Masada. Rotella rotala kill Akita. Where do we take our Aqeedah? From?

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Where do we take our fundamental and core beliefs that define us as a Muslim? Where do we take them from?

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And this in reality is the source of the differences of opinion between those people who follow the early generations in their aqidah and those people who deviate it, the very first thing that they deviated in all the groups that went away from Allah sunnah will Jamar

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in whatever means they went away and to whatever extent generally you will find that the first source of disagreement was Masada, Tala Kilakila. Where do you take your Arpita from?

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Where do you take your belief from? So just to briefly define the term Aqeedah. As we said, we are talking about the core beliefs that define a person as a Muslim. Primarily, we're talking about the six pillars of Iman and took me Nabila, who were Mala aka t he will come to you are also the well, you will hear when told me, Nabil Kadri Haley, he was sharing that you believe in Allah, that you believe in His angels that you believe in His scripture, His Messengers the last day and you believe in divine decree, the good of it and the bad. It also includes the concept of ima. What do we mean by the concept of Eman? The idea of Eman what is Iman itself? For example, Iman is Kolon 100 years

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either way Uncas it is what you believe and what you say and what you do. It goes up and it goes down the concept of Iman

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and it also includes the things that distinguish a hallucinate. He will Gemma the people have the correct belief from the other deviant groups. For example, when they came groups that cursed the Sahaba or the Allahu Anhu and their sign became cursing the Sahaba a hello sunnah from the archy that that they made clear to the people is the our belief regarding the Sahaba from the Allahu Anhu because they are the ones who carry the religion to us. The reason we know the Quran, and the reason we know the Hadith,

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after Allah's guidance, and Allah has told FIP is through the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu they are the ones who transmitted it to us. So when a group came and they said this will and the Sunnah came and they clarified, what distinguishes us from them is that we see nothing but good about the sahaba. And those people, they curse one or more or all of the Sahaba or the Allahu Anhu when a group came along and said Allah kata, there is no divine decree. So they came along and said, What distinguishes us from them is that we believe in the Divine Decree, as Allah explained it to us in the Quran as the prophets Isaiah explained it. So these are the matters we're talking about. We're

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not talking about a camel amellia. We're not talking about the rulings related to how to pray and fast and things like that. We're talking about the matters of Lea to God, what a person believes about Allah, and what Allah commanded us to believe in, and what distinguishes us from other beliefs. And this word Aqeedah. There are other words that could be used. We could call it Eman, we could call it O surah. D in the foundations of the religion. And there are many others some of the scholars call the machete app. Some of them call the Alpha call about the greater FIP as opposed to the lesser fic which is how to pray and fast and the rulings of Zika and so on. Some of them call it

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the greater fic Alpha call Akbar. Some of them call the pseudo D in the foundations of the religion, and so on. We're going to refer to it with the term appeared. Here insha Allah hooter Allah, but we could just as easily have referred to it as Iman or sort of deed or Sharia also called Akbar and

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Many other any different terminologies.

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We could use the word Aqeedah. To refer to any religion, any any religious beliefs, we could talk about the Archaea of the hood, the Archaea of the Jews that are key the of the Masada, the beliefs that make even within the Christians, we could talk about the Archaea of the Protestant and the Archaea of the, the Catholic, for example. But generally in this month OMA, we're going to be looking at the Archaea of those who had into sub to Islam. Not all of them are Muslim, but those who have a claim to Islam. We're not going to be looking at the al Qaeda of the other religions. We're going to be looking at the al Qaeda or the holy sunnah, the people who are upon the truth in

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comparison to the Archaea of those who deviated while claiming to be Muslim.

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Those who said, Yeah, we are Muslim, and this is what we believe. So we're going to be looking at the al Qaeda of the Faruk. These groups and sects that have into sub they claim to be Muslim. Any they haven't decided to start they said, we're Muslims.

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And how they deviated from the Aqeedah of Allah sunnah. Some of this deviation is that which take took people outside of Islam and others didn't take them outside of Islam. But the Aqeedah of our holy sunnah is one Akita and this is really important to understand. It is not three types of aqidah it's not a choice between a different mega hit like the mother head foot here. It is one Aqeedah and one Aqeedah alone.

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And it's the one that the prophets like some described by Alfred Khatron Najia, the saved sect when he said, My Anahata Helium was heavy Oh, come upon that which Me and My Companions are upon today.

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The author begins by commanding us and telling us he's speaking to one person as though he's speaking to each individual person who reads his poem, Temasek be heavily left hold fast to the rope of Allah, what Tabby who there and follow the guidance.

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So here, this command of a Temasek holding on to hamdulillah and hugging Allah the scholars they have a lot of different opinions about it in the statement of Allah azza wa jal, Tarsem will be heavily Lehi, Jamie and will attend for Rocco, hold on to the rope of Allah all of you together and don't be divided. They have a number of different opinions about what it means but the most famous of them is that Hubble Allah is the Quran.

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And this is the meaning of the author. Because after in the second line, he says, what didn't be Kitab Allah, He repeats the command in a different way and he says, Take your religion from the book of Allah. So here habenula It means the book of Allah the Quran, hold fast to the Quran. Where did he get this command from? From the Quran itself? What I tell him will be heavily Lehi gemmy and what Antifa Rocco hold all of you onto the rope of Allah the Quran, and do not be divided.

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And then he seconded it by saying what Tiberian who then

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follow the guidance and hear the guidance what is meant from it is the guidance that was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent with who Allah the ATO Salah rasool Allah who Bill who there were Deen in Huck Leone here are who Allah Deen equally, what can Fabula he Shaheed he's the one who sent His messenger with the guidance

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and the religion of truth, to make it supreme over all other religions and sufficient is Allah as a witness. In this ayah Allah azza wa jal speaks about two things and who they are what in and Huck. So alHuda in this ayah is an animal nerfed beneficial knowledge and Dean will help is an animal of solid, righteous actions. So he says Follow the beneficial knowledge that came to you from the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and this is something the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded us to do for example in the Hadith urbanos area. When the Prophet SAW I tell him he said for inhuman the Irishman confessor Yakety laugh and Kathy or whoever among you lives for a long time is going to see a great deal of differences for Allah you can be so naughty, so stick to my sunnah was so nettle Cola, Rashid in El Medina and stick to the Sunnah of the Khalifa Rashid in in some of the generations he said Thomas Sacco Bihar hold onto it tightly.

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Wow, are they happy No Ajit and bite onto it with your molar teeth. And we know the profit sighs I'm told us that I have left among you two things, Shane. You will not go astray. Lentil de Loup. You are not going to go astray as long as you hold fast to it Kitab Allah He was to neti, the book of Allah and my sunnah. So this statement that he took here, about holding fast to the Quran and the Sunnah, he took it from the Quran, and from what is authentically reported in numerous Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam like the Hadith that I have left among you to things, you will not go astray as long as you hold on to them the Book of Allah and my sunnah.

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And then he said, well, our attack will be very unlikely to fail. Do not be bitter, young and immature. Do not be someone who innovates in this religion, or who follows an innovation in this religion.

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Now this statement about not being an innovator, he took it also from the Hadith. In fact, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in hookbaits will hija every time he gave an important speech, the last part of what he would say for in our stockpile Hadith he kala Mala Aki tabula wa SNL Houda who they are rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was shocked one morning what a third to her were coulomb, architetti Vida Okemah called and there's many different wordings and variations of it. But he would say to continue the best speech is the book of Allah. And the best who the best guidance is the guidance of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the worst of

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things in this religion. Our newly invented beliefs and practices and all newly invented beliefs and practices are innovation and all innovation is misguidance and in some narrations, he said an all misguidance isn't the hellfire.

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So we find with this first date, this first stanza that the point enforces for he reinforces for you the concept of holding fast to the Quran and the Sunnah, and avoiding everything which is newly invented in this religion and every bidder.

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And this statement, he took it from the Quran and the Sunnah, and that's why we see that the Quran tells us to hold on to the Quran, and the Quran tells us to hold on to the Sunnah When may you shall Kike Rasool mimbar, Dima, Tabby and Anna who who there were Tabby Elia Sabine in many know when he met her Well, honestly he Jahannam was was at Masiyiwa. Whoever opposes the messenger after guidance came to them, and follows away other than the way of the believers, we will entrust him to what he has chosen and put him into Jahannam and we're an evil destination. For what for opposing alHuda the same thing the author says here are pausing the Sunnah that came from the Prophet sallallahu ala he

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was the prophet sighs and warned about be that in many, many a hadith, and in reality we can justify and be there as opposing the Sunnah.

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Going against the Sunnah, bringing something new into this religion. But there are a couple of points that we should make as it relates to Baghdad so that people don't become confused. The first thing is, if we define Buddha as opposing the Sunnah, then we understood that the topic of Buddha is a topic that relates to the religion. And it's not a topic that relates to the worldly life. So it doesn't relate to, for example, the things that you eat and drink or it doesn't relate to the kind of house that you live in, or it doesn't relate to any way that you communicate with people. All of these things are matters of the worldly life. And so if we talk about Buddha as opposing the Sunnah,

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or introducing a belief or action, which opposes the Sunnah, so we understand that this is in the topic of the religion, and not in the topic of the worldly life. Why do I mention this? Because as soon as you start to speak about Vida innovation, people will say to you, oh, you see, you know, you're sitting here with a computer in front of you. And you know, you spoke to someone on your mobile phone, and then you tell people don't celebrate the birthday of the Prophet SAW Allah why are you saying

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this is clear, Samantha? This is an analogy which has no connection, because you made an analogy between something in the world the life and the life of this world. That is not a matter of a bar that is

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is not a matter of worshipping Allah nor is it something which is Toki FIA which is limited and restricted to what came from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and you compare it to something, which is rebirth, which is an act of worship.

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So you can't compare this one and this one.

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He said, Well, our attack will be Darien Do not be a person of Buddha.

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And the people of Buddha the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam defined for us two types.

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No, it's not bigger Hassan and Biggie I say yeah, because all bidder is evil. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam desert doesn't have a single Hadith where he praises bid at all. However, he has multiple Hadith which reached the level of mortality. They reached the level of being reported from so many Sahaba that they cannot be denied. In every Hadith he criticizes it associated with misguidance and the hellfire.

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In not one single Hadith does he praise it? Or encourage it or distinguish, but in the Hadith narrated from our mother Aisha in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim the Prophet sighs and talks about to group of groups of people. He says Men death Fiemme Marina had Malay salmon who, for whoever, whoever introduces something into this religion of ours that is not from it is going to be rejected.

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Now again, some people come and say, See, look, this hadith came against the one who introduces it. As for me, I am just material I'm just following the one who introduced it. That doesn't really make sense since it's introducing it is haram then following it is also but we have the wording of an imam Muslim from the same hadith of Aisha Mann amela Amma laser Allah He am Ronan Sahoo Alright, whoever does an action which is not in accordance with what we have brought, it will be, it will be rejected, it will be rejected.

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And the reason that be that is such a big problem

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can be summarized in two important points. First of all, be the R in itself is an accusation against the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he did not explain this religion completely and properly.

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Allah azza wa jal said Allah yo mama Atmel Tula con Deena what it's meant to La Colonia Mati what I'll do it will accommodate Islam Medina, today I have completed your religion for you and completed my favor upon you and chosen for you Islam as your religion. That is why Imam Malik he said whoever imagines there is such a thing in Islam as beggar Hasina has accused the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of betraying his message, not delivering his message because Allah said today I completed your religion for you. So what was not religion on that day is not part of the religion today, and the latter part of this ummah will only be corrected by what corrected the earlier part.

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So Imam Malik is saying there is no such thing as being a hustler. There is no good bidder. Because in reality, when you do something, you hold a belief or you perform an act of worship in Islam, that didn't come from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't come from the Quran and the Sunnah, what the Sahaba agreed upon in reality, what are you doing? You are claiming that what you have the way that you worship Allah is better than the way that the prophets of Allah who Allah you are, send them worshiped Allah,

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or you are claiming that he didn't do his job properly. That's the only two possibilities. You now brought a new a bad that never existed. In a time of the prophets. I said that there are only two possibilities. Either you believe this a bad is better than the one he did. Or you believe he was supposed to tell us about it, but he didn't do his job. So which one is it? The reality is, is neither the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave his rissalah in the most perfect way. And he didn't miss out a single point that Allah azza wa jal gave to him. But in reality, when people introduce something new into this religion, they have made an accusation against the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whether they meant it or not. That's the reality of what they are doing. The second huge calamity when it comes to be that is that a person doesn't believe they did anything wrong.

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You know, if a person commits Zina with a Yahoo Biller, that person knows what they did is really bad. And they ask Allah's forgiveness and they turn back to Allah. They repent, they feel bad about it, but the person who is saw him will be

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that, what does that person do? They believe that what they did is the best of deeds in the sight of Allah. Did you ever see somebody make dua and then say Oh ALLAH forgive me for this dua that I made. Or you saw a person pray and say, Oh ALLAH forgive me for this prayer that I prayed, or forgive me that for this Hajj that I did, or forgive me for this fasting that I did, or forgive me for this because that I did, because these people believe what they're doing is the best of deeds.

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That's why they are the people are letting Ebola Satyam Phil hayati, dunya, they lost all of their efforts in this world. We're home you're so bored as soon as soon as they believe that they are doing the best deeds in the sight of Allah. They think that they are doing the best thing, when in fact, these deeds are being rejected by Allah. And these deeds are actually huge sins against them. So he warns us against big following Who is this just something that and he some of these are Allah ma, they just kept saying be the IB the IB that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam warned us about it, in the Hadith will embargo Syria, which remember is the Hadith in which they said, Ya

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rasool Allah, and Muhammad were able to move there, it feels like you are saying goodbye to us forever.

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So Allahu Allah, He was telling them it feels like you're saying goodbye to us forever.

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For all sinner, so give us advice. And in this advice, the very last thing that he said, what year can we

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keep away from everything that is newly introduced to added into this religion.

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And he says Lai laka TUIfly who saw that you may be successful, so that you may be successful. Here the word Lala

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it usually comes in the meaning of in the hope that you will be successful. But in reality here, what did it in the translation? Did they bring in the hope? Or did they bring so that you may be successful?

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So that you might be so here there's two issues, the word Lala often comes meaning that you may be or might be something. So if we say may be or might be, then this means that we don't know whether you're going to implement this properly. So you might be successful. But otherwise, the word Lila here doesn't mean maybe or might be it means that you're guaranteed success because Allah guaranteed for you that if you hold on to the Quran and the Sunnah, that you will be from those people who are successful and this word

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monthly or monthly Ron, it is the most comprehensive term that is used for success in this world. And the next and success in this world in the next only comes from following the Quran, and the Sunnah. Now here, someone could say, how do we know what the author meant by hablo? Allah and alHuda so how do we know? The author himself tells us what he meant? He says, Why didn't we cater the law he was soon and he let it attach our Rasul Allah He tells you what

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he said, Take as your religion and he worship Allah through the book of Allah and the Sunnah, which is authentically reported from the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam most important, he said,

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A Leti to an rasool Allah here, he's telling you, the Sunnah has to be authentic. But he didn't say that it has to be matawa till

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he didn't say it has to be reported by 1020 30 companions, but it must be authentic. And this here in itself is the aikido valid sunnah with Gemma with regard to Masada telep key theory Malarkey, where we take our Aqeedah form that we take our RP that from the book of Allah and from the authentic sunnah regardless of whether it is mortality or heart what do we mean by mutawatir are heard and why is it important? Mortality is a Hadith which is narrated by so many people at each level in the Hadith, that it's impossible that anyone could have made a mistake or light.

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So remember, Hadith let's say for example, in every part of the chain, there are 1020 30 people. It's impossible anyone could have made a mistake or anyone could have lied. It's actual it's so impossible. You don't even need to know who the people were. Because there's so many of them. The report came from so many people it's not possible

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But there could have been a mistake.

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However, some of the deviant sects, particularly those that were influenced by rhetoric and philosophy, they came and they said, No, we don't accept this, we will only take Aikido from the Hadith that is not our data. We will we don't take our credit from Behati and Muslim. We don't take our credit from the Hadith, we will only take Hadith in Al Qaeda, if it is narrated by 10s and 10s and 10s of different people we're not going to take and that goes against the Akita Valley sooner. So here he's telling you, what matters is that this aqidah is authentic. It doesn't matter how many companions narrated it, it matters that it is authentic. And authenticity can be proven in many

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different ways, from authenticity is for there to be many people. Another way of proving authenticity is to match the conditions of the sahih Hadith, the authentic hadith.

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And so if it matches the conditions of the authentic hadith, then it doesn't matter if it was only narrated by two or three or four people doesn't matter as long as it matches the conditions of authenticity. And this is why we said the very first thing that Allah sunnah differed with the people in is where you take your Akita from.

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And that's why if you look at many of the deviant groups, and you look at where they take their Aqeedah from, for example, you will find those who say the core source of Aqeedah is

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it's your intellect

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and they will say an Archon because the moon

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your intellect has precedence over the Quran and Sunnah.

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They will say this, others will come along and say, we take Akita from the Sunnah, but only when the number reaches a certain number of Sahaba. Otherwise we don't take so they take a hadith in Bukhari and Muslim they say we don't take this hadith, because not enough people.

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So I assume that they took their aqidah from the Quran, and from the authentic sunnah, regardless of the number of people who narrated it. That's what they took. Now someone may say, What about each man? consensus?

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Don't we take our Aqeedah from consensus? Of course we do. Because the very name a hello Suniti. Well, Jana indicates that our Aqeedah is by the consensus of the early generations. This is important point, because some people what they do with al Qaeda is they make their al Qaeda connected to what they make it connected to an individual.

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My aqidah is the al Qaeda of this Imam. My aqidah is the al Qaeda of the Shira. And this is incorrect. And until this day, we'll be there. Don't understand the concept of taking your Arcada from the Selous any from all of the early generations what they agreed upon. And that's why they will say to see, you know, look what happened to me, I said on page number 458. I didn't take my Aikido from giving Tamia nor do I take my Aikido from any moment, nor do I take my Aikido from a Shafi, nor do I take my Aikido from any one individual by themselves. Rather we take our aqidah from what the early generations agreed upon. So if a great scholar comes and makes a mistake, that

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mistake doesn't harm us, because our Akita is not dependent upon one scholar from the scholars of Islam is something that is taken as a whole from the whole community of scholars of Islam in the earliest time from the Sahaba and the tambourine and those who follow them in good because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Hiral colonial army from Melodien a Aluna. Home so Mallory nail Luna home, the best generation is my generation than those who follow them and those who follow them. But does that mean that for example, someone saw but we have a statement from Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah Allah that says dot dot dot dot dot pipe. Abu Hanifa died 150 years after the Hadron Rahim

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Allah Allah, was he not from the golden generations? He was. But do we take our Aqeedah from one single individual? No, we take what the consensus of that early generations was not of one single individual, and that protects you from the mistakes that any one person might make. As an Imam Malik said, Cool on you have mean Cody you are you aren't in LA Sahiba kebab, all every single person. Every single person has things accepted and rejected ever

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Every person has things accepted and rejected except for the person in this grave. And he pointed to the grave of the Prophet SAW Allah while he was in. So someone might say where is H MA in the statement of Ibn Abi doubt? Does he not believe in each mark? Does he not believe that our key that comes from what the Sahaba agreed upon? He does. But where is it? The reality is that each mer as an evidence doesn't exist by itself. It comes from the Quran and the Sunnah. As for the Quran, we already quoted the IOM au Sharky to resume embodiment Albanian Allahu Anhu. There were tadier UCLA Sabbir, meaning he follows a way that is not the way of the believers who were the believers at that

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time when the idea came down.

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To Sahaba so in other words, we could take the word believers here and just put as an explanation Sahaba whoever opposes the prophets, I send them and follows away other than the way of the Sahaba who were the believers when the I O was revealed? We will give them to take what they've chosen and put them in Jahannam or what an evil destination and also did Allah speak about Abu Bakar? Or, or did he speak about Earth man or earlier on the Allahu Anhu? He didn't, he spoke about the Sahaba as a whole. So this is the proof of HMR in the Quran. As for the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said some of that hadith my ummah will never gather upon misguidance

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and the scholars of Hadith you have some column about this hadith is it authentic or not? But it seems to me by gathering the narrations and the any supporting evidences that the concept of it is proven, that this formula will not come together unanimously upon something that is wrong. So when he told you to follow the Quran and Sunnah the Quran and Sunnah tell you to follow each man and therefore we said that our three core Masada of Akita in reality or two, and that's why when the scholars they talk about the sources of aqidah they talk about Al Masada, us, Leah, Anna Masada or Farah in any what are the sources of aqidah that everything comes back to the Quran and Sunnah.

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Nothing else after that consensus is found within the Quran and the Sunnah. It's a branch of what is found in the Quran and the Sunnah. Likewise, it fitrah, the fitrah Salema, the authentic fitrah which cannot explain to you tafazzin Or Aqeedah Can you can't get the details of what to believe about Allah from an fitrah will occur

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from your mind, and from your natural inclination. You can't get the details, but you can get al Qaeda al mouj Mela any a general understanding, for example, that Allah is One, that Allah subhanaw taala alone deserves to be worshipped, that Allah subhanaw taala is perfect in his names and attributes. Yes, this comes from an alkyl Asare and and fitrah, a Salema from the Ockel which is uncorrupted by philosophy and other religions and from the natural inclination that Allah has put in your heart. But can you get the details for example, our rock man or anilao She's still the most merciful rose over the Throne. You can only take this from the Quran and the Sunnah. This only comes

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from the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and what this ummah agreed upon.

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What will happen if you take the book of Allah and the Sunnah 10 Jew, you will be saved.

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Notice he didn't say what you'll be saved from, because you're going to be saved in sha Allah from every suwama Cool, everything. Whether it's Allah is anger, Allah's curse Allah as punishment that Hellfire Tenjo you will be saved from all of it, what are bow and you will profit you will benefit and the benefits of having the correct Aqeedah are many. And I just want to highlight one because I'm conscious of the time. I want to highlight one of the benefits of having correct Archana is that having correct Aqeedah is the foundation for righteous actions. A lot of people don't think about this. That's why I mentioned the otherwise have incorrect aqidah saves you from being from the

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deviant sects and having the correct aqidah is the reason to enter Jannah and having the correct Aqeedah makes you from the safe sect and so on. But I wanted to talk about something people don't think about a lot is that righteous actions come from a sound heart that has the right belief in Allah subhanaw taala

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and that's what

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If you see corruption in the society and facade in the people's actions, the very first thing that you begin with is correcting a person's belief. Why? Someone may say to me, Mohammed, Tim, you made a statement, Dad's IG Buhari. We never heard this said before. You said to us, if our society is corrupt, you sometimes hear the speakers or these guys talking about our kid, our kids are doing drugs, our kids are in gangs, our kids are getting murdered, and you're talking about al Qaeda fight. I'll give you my daddy and he said delille is sha Allah there is no doubt about when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to the sahaba.

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In the early days of Islam, what was the situation in terms of righteousness of the people?

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Were they not drinkers of alcohol? Did they not? Were they not committing Zina? Were they not killing each other and spread spinning each other's blood that was harlot in whichever the situation of the community at that time? Type? What would the thirst come to come down in the Quran at that time, nothing related to any of these issues at all. Rather, what came down into sort of Mauna Kea in the early time of Islam was all of it al Qaeda.

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And that shows that our key that is a prerequisite for correcting the corruption in people's actions. And that's because you can be the most righteous person in the world. But if your Aqeedah is not correct, and you have, for example, should key at things where you're making a partner with Allah, then in reality, what's going to happen, your righteous actions won't be accepted.

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They will be accepted. So we say that our key that is not the end of all of the rulings of Islam, but it is the beginning and it is the foundation.

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And there are many great benefits to understanding it, not least of which being saved from the hellfire and entered into Paris.

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Then the poet

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Rahim Allah, Hula, hula Tada. He goes on to speak about super tall Callum. He goes on to speak about

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the attributes of Allah speech.

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He goes on to speak about the attribute of Allah's speech. Now there's two things we need to do before we talk about what he said. And I'm going to try to speed up a little bit so we're not too slow. But I'm going to talk about two things before we start. The first question is, why did he start with this server?

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Why did he start talking about Allah speech? Why not talk about Allah's existence? So why not talk about Allah has right to be worshipped? What what made him start with this? It seems that Allah azza wa jal knows best but the reason he started with this is the first thing he mentioned in his point was the Quran right? Temasek be heavily Allah hold on to the Quran. So it makes sense when talking about Aqeedah if the first thing he spoke about was the Quran, that the first issue that he clarifies in Aqeedah is the correct belief with regard to the Quran and the misguided beliefs that people held with regard to the Quran.

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The second thing is, what is the general methodology of a hallucinatory? Well Jana, as it relates to the smell SIFAT Allah has names and attributes, because Allah has names and attributes is part of belief in what which pillar of human does it come under? Which one

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which pillar of Eman does

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and to me Nabila, right, it comes under

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and to Mina Billa that you believe in Allah. So believing in Allah encompasses believing in Allah as names and attributes and actions.

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So what is the general perspective or the general hider or cooperate of our Hello sunnah as it relates to Allah has names and attributes by which they set out that you know, this is what we believe this is our approach. Because generally, I'm going to just tell you a few small points, Akita Valley sunnah from it is that this actually that is actually that when Sadler it's easy to understand.

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Once we get into the beliefs of the Jaha, Mia and the motor catecholamine. And these deviant groups will lie the key there is so hard to understand even if you explain it all night, you still don't understand it just increases you a check in doubt. That's why some of their Imams from the vaca de la Razi. Likewise, even Apple hasn't lashed out he also Azadi Brahim of mulata added all of them regretted this, and all of them said that this we did all of this philosophy

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He and rhetorical all of that stuff. It only increases in doubt, and he only wasted we only wasted our life with it. And all of them repented from it before they before they died during the Imams of it who were known for spreading it among the people before they died they repented from it.

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As for the aikido Valley sunnah is very easy to understand. Also, the aikido the holy sunnah is one aqidah it's not an Akita that has a pure up in a shakiness in it. For example, if you look at the hull, if you look at the history of the Ashara, one of the deviant sects, what do you see? Apple hasn't actually why did he start off more Tezi he started off for 40 years, he was upon the belief of the Tesla. Then afterwards after 40 years, he had an epiphany and realized that the belief of the Tesla is wrong, and he went to the belief to Calabria.

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Then, after a while, he realized the belief of the Columbia was wrong and he went broadly towards the belief of Allah sunnah, with some mistakes and errors. The same thing you see then from his students, the early ones were closer to the Sunnah than the later ones. The later ones went back to the CO operative the Jeremy and Mr. Tesla, the same kawaii that their own Imam left.

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So remember abolhassan He started as mortality. Then he became from the Columbia. Then he came towards a healthy sunnah. Then his early followers were somewhat towards that but not completely and then his later followers went back to the belief of the market as the lender Jamia and took their cooperative that also

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so you see what do you see it to draw upon shed eat extreme shakiness? Yeah, and he one day he's like this next day like this one day like this one day I repented from my Aki, the old monarchy that was a waste of time. Then the next day the following is on something else and the next years someone else's upon something different. And among themselves, they don't agree.

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Even the similarities between the Shire and the metal Lydia, for example, who have very similar beliefs, but still they don't agree.

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So the one of the signs of a healthy sunnah is that there are key there is one. There are key that is simple to understand. And there are key that doesn't have change and shakiness in it, whether you take it from the Far East or the far west, whether you take it from 200 years after the hijra, or you take it from 1400 years after the hijab, the Akita is one and also from the differences of the aqidah. The Sunnah, is as we said, the aikido and the Sunnah is most Neda, ala Rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it has a chain that goes back to the raw source I Salam to the Sahaba to the Imams of Islam.

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As for the chains of the deviant groups Wallahi and he will tell me about him along to other talks about it. For example, we said that the chains go back to for example, the martyrs Isla de jammy jam ribbon Safwan Jagjivan with Durham, who took it from some of the hood, and some of the Jews, it came from Greek philosophy. It came from some of the Christians they came from the Sabians. They came from all different places, but it's an aikido whose is not doesn't go back to the sahaba. And it doesn't go back to the Rasul Salafi who said and that's why you ask, who held that belief? For example, before I will have said before I will have some find me someone who held that belief why

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they cannot say anything except to bring you the assignee of the more utensil and the Jamia

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because this is the reality these beliefs didn't come from they didn't come from the one belief that came from the Prophet side some of the companions.

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That being said, what is the general perspective of Allah sunnah, as it relates to the SIFAT of Allah azza wa jal.

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Very, very simple. NorthBay to Ilahi Ma, the better the NFC wema F better Allahu wa rasuluh who sal Allahu Allah He was saying, we affirm for Allah, what Allah affirmed for himself, and what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam affirmed for him, and we negate any Nan fi, we we, we negate about Allah, what He negated about himself, and what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam negated about him. So we only say Allah what Allah said about We only say about Allah what Allah said about himself, and we only say about Allah what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him. And when Allah speaks about himself in the negative latter, who sent to him while he's not affected

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by slump, slumber or sleep, we say about Allah

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what he said about himself, and what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him. When we do this, we avoid four major calamities as it relates to Allah's names and attributes.

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The first one is tau t, and that is denying. Allah has names and attributes this could be denying the name denying the meaning denying the attribute.

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The second one is a Taha reef,

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changing the meaning away from the meaning that it came in the clear Arabic language that the early generations understood.

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The third thing that we avoid, is we avoid tech EFE. We avoid asking how so we don't say how does Allah rise or how does Allah see you? How does Allah here? We don't ask how there is a how this for only Allah azza wa jal knows it Allah hasn't told us

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and we avoid a 10 feet. We avoid comparing Allah to his creation, laser chemistry he che Anwar who was semi or Vasil. The principle can be summarized in justice if this ayah is enough laser chemistry he che on there is nothing that is similar to Allah, what was Cemil Basia, but Allah is the All Hearing and all see, this is what I had a sunnah went upon in all of the SIFAT of Allah, and all of Allah's names and attributes. They said what Allah said about himself, that's what we see what the prophets I said and said about him. That's what we say. We don't deny. We don't change the meaning. We don't ask how and we don't compare Allah to his creation.

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And if you can do that, that is

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the way of safety as it relates to Allah has names and attributes. And the proof for this is the statement of ALLAH SubhanA wa Baker biller is that he Amaya cellphone was Salam on Isla mousseline, what Hamdu lillahi, Rabbil Alameen. And this ayah, for the one who understands it is sufficient as a proof of that. Allah azza wa jal, he declared himself to be perfect.

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And he criticized all those people who attributed imperfection to him.

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And then he gave Salam to the prophets, because the prophets they were the ones whose Aqeedah was free of mistakes and errors.

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And all those whose are key that didn't come from the Prophets and Messengers, I don't even know salatu salam, it is their Aqeedah that is full of errors and corruption. And then Allah praised himself and unhand it includes a bat.

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And as my was the fact affirming Allah's names and attributes that he is worthy of praise for. So when you affirm what Allah affirmed, this is your praise of Allah azza wa jal, when you keep away from anything that would attribute deficiency or imperfection to Allah, this is what Allah said, Silverhand Arabic and when you follow the way of the Prophet, and the Prophets and Messengers Allahu wa salatu salam, this is the way of a Salam that we have been safe and so this is the general perspective. So now, let us see what the point he said regarding the belief about CIFA tool Kalam. So we need to understand that Allah azza wa jal in numerous ayat, and a Hadith of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam affirms for himself speech. Why not had a minimal shakiness that Jarrah Katha God who had Yes, McCallum Allah and if one of the most shrieking, seeks your protection, give them protection until they hear the speech of Allah.

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And Allah azza wa jal said what can lemon law who Musa take Lima Allah spoke to Musa with direct speech? And Allah said, What can level hold our boo? And his Lord spoke to him?

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And many, many evidences that talk about speech for Allah subhanaw taala so what does he say?

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He said, what cool why you rumah who can color Moo Maddie Kena Pisa, Erica Daniel b Daddy Caden, and it's clear or what?

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He said say it is not created. The speech of our Malik and Malik is one of Allah's and he names attributes that Allah subhanaw taala spoke about.

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Al Malik the one who is the sovereign and the owner of everything, and the one who every one who owns anything in this world was only given it by ALLAH SubhanA

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As I

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say, it is not created, because the attributes of Allah azza wa jal are not created. Allah has attributes Allah's mercy, Allah has speech.

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Allah has knowledge. These are not created.

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They are from Allah subhanho wa taala. And they are attached or they are connected to any when we say Kerala, moolah It is Allah's speech,

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say it is not created.

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So the the benefit we take from this first part of the point is we take actually two things. The first is that he affirmed that this speech is Allah speech.

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He didn't say it's the speech of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he didn't say it's the speech of Gibreel. So the first thing is affirming sufa tool color lillahi Tabata Cortana to Allah speaks in a way that is befitting to His Majesty, because we said laser chemically he che on there's nothing like Allah. So his speech is not like our speech in a way that is befitting to Allah without asking how

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Allah azza wa jal, he affirms speech for Allah and he said this speech is Ray Romo Hello, it is not created

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in any aspect.

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And in reality, there were various deviant groups

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who came along and attributed Allah speech being created to various degrees. For example,

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the most extreme among the Jamia they simply came along and say Allah does not speak, finished.

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They kept it simple.

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Along came the Martez ILA, and they said this speech is a created speech. They said Carla Mala is the same as Baitullah is the same as Allah's house. The Kaaba, just like Allah's house is a created place. So they said Allah speeches are created speech to Allah wa Amaya Coruna. No one can be your highest Allah above what they attributed him. Others came along and said, Allah speech exists but it only exists as a constant attribute that is with him.

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And whatever we hear or read in this world or whatever we find within the Quran, they said no, this is Mukluk This is created.

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Rather, they said, like their famous poem set point said in America lemahieu. Kadeem

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Murphy, he tuck de mon wala attack you he said the speech of Allah is just ancient and it's a constant attribute with him. There is no words there is no letters. Now I'm Walla, Walla,

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Walla, kulula. He said there is no words in it. There is no grammar in it. There's no beginning there's no end. There is no part there's no whole Taiwanese left.

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So people denied Allah speech in different degrees. And that's why here even Abdel would cause all of them Jamia, and in reality, all of them are jamea. In reality, all of them go back to jam and Safwan in this to varying degrees. Some of them said no, we believe in Allah speech. But we really believe that Allah speech, it has no words, no letters, no meanings, no beginning nor end. Others they said, We believe in Allah speech, but we believe he created it. Others they said Allah doesn't speak all of them go back to German software. So all of them are jamea In reality, because all of it is just a variation of denying the statement of Allah azza wa jal we're in how to minimize

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shakiness. Deja Katha is Markella Mala.

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Until he hears the speech of Allah What can lemahieu What can lemme who Rabu his Lord spoke to him.

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So say it is not created the speech of our married. This is the religion of the atmosphere. The religion of the people of Taqwa.

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This is the religion of the people of Taqwa. And this is what AF so this is what they clearly stated.

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This is what they clearly stated. And some of them some of the scholars in their books of Aqeedah. They reported with a snat with assignee with chains of narration from the region of 500 of the famous scholars of Islam, that they said Al Quran who kala Mala he Eukarya Roma cloak, the Quran is the speech of Allah it is not

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in any way, not its letters no its meanings no its words, none of it is created.

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The Quran is the speech of Allah it is not created. This is what the people of tuck WA, they held. Now why did he use this word that people have Taqwa? Because in reality this is what Taqwa is right to protect yourself to keep yourself safe. That's what the word means. They kept themselves safe by what? By taking there are key there from the Quran and the Sunnah, and what the early generations were upon, and what if sorrow, and they were clear about it, they didn't hide it from people. And that's another feature of the aikido and the Sunnah, is the RP dot about his sunnah is clear for the people. It's not hidden under the table. Whereas the aikido Valley Buddha, always what you will see

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from it is that some of it is under the table. When you go into the masjid you get 1% 2% And when you've been in the Masjid 567 years, then yeah, we give you some more. The Akita is hidden but the Aqeedah * is sunnah is clear for everyone.

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Then he mentioned another group he said wala Turku Phil Qur'an he will walk feet car either camera parlor expert on the German whereas general

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do not be from those people who said Now when we say said hear this word cool. It's important to note that this word cool in the books have appeared that it doesn't mean necessarily to say it with your lips. Rather this is what we call coal Culp the beliefs of the heart. So the word coal in books of Akita has a special meaning. As for the word cool in Arabic generally means say Right? Call who Allahu Ahad, say it is Allah who is one. So when you find the word coal in the books of Arcada, the word coal, what it means here is, say it in your heart and you hold it as a belief in your heart. To scholars, they call it coal and all the statements of the heart and say it with your tongue, both

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expressing your tongue, the beliefs that you have in your heart. Do not be from those people who say

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belong. What does that work mean? It means tower Cafe said Allahu Alem.

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So they came to the Quran they said, Allah is the One Who knows whether the Quran is his speech or not. We don't know. We don't have an idea. We're going to say, I don't know whether the Quran is Allah speech or not Allah is the only one who knows.

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In reality, this belief is worse than the belief of those people who said that the Quran is Mark Luke is created.

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And in reality, this is another version of the belief of Jehovah and software. Why? Because these people, they didn't affirm what Allah says, Allah said, the Quran is the speech of Allah, the Prophet size, and told us the Quran is the speech of Allah. They said, I don't know whether it's the speech of Allah or not.

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So when they said, I don't know whether it's the speech of Allah or not, in reality, who are they with? They are with Jehovah and software, and all those who follow them. And that's why he said, this was the statement of some of the followers of John

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meaning that these people claim that we free from Jehovah and Safwan because they said Allah is the only one who knows. But our key there is not a place of outright washoku Coke, what type of this is not this can happen in matters of 50s. But our key there is not the place where you have doubts and confusion. And you stop and say I'm not sure which side is right. Our key there is a matter of certainty. That's why one of the meanings of the word are key, the AKA, it comes with the meaning of

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any certainty

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and a robbed what you tie yourself to. So you are key. There should not be something where you have a tower cuff where you're like, I don't know, Allah is the only one who knows.

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Why is this such a problem? A telco saying that you don't know. In reality it is a comes from what it comes from doubt. It comes from exposure to Shewhart. For example, if you imagine an early Sahabi this Sahabi never studied the details of al Qaeda never went into the details of what to believe. But they became Muslim one day and they heard the statement of Allah worker lemahieu Rock boo waka lemma europeu his Lord spoke to him.

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Their belief would be absolutely clean and pure. Allah spoke to Musa finish in a way that's befitting of course

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Allah spoke to Musa in a way that is not like we speak to other people and it's different. They would have took it very simple, very easy. The reason these people said Allah Who Adam is because they were exposed to what? To the Shubho heart of Jehovah and so forth. And because they got to Shubo heart the confusion and misconceptions in their mind, that was what made them say, Oh, this is a difficult issue, Allahu Allah. Otherwise, no one from the early generations had any doubt on this issue. This issue the doubts came after the deviant groups came. So in reality, they have a shake. That's the first thing. The second thing is that they are refusing to believe in what Allah said,

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when you say Believe in what Allah said had Yes Mark Allah Mala till he hears the speech of Allah. They say okay, but we don't any. We don't know. Anyway, not sure. And that is not the attribute of a Muslim. The attribute of a Muslim is that when Allah says something they believe in it. You never know. We know that Latina men will be there. He was a soldier he saw millennial taboo, the believers are only those who believe Eman in Allah and His messenger and they have no doubt.

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So this issue of taka from that side, the second point is what is the essence of this, it is claiming that our religion is not clear is not explained to us, and that the Quran came to in fact, the majority of the Quran and the most important parts of the Quran came with something nobody can understand.

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And that goes against the statement of Allah azza wa jal who now omole kitab. The majority of the Quran is from the Mahabharata clear and unequivocal meanings, to say the AYATUL kursi came from beginning to end. And nobody understands what it means. We're just reading it like Ali Fleming. This is a word statement and those people who change the meanings, so this issue of a toa *, of just saying, a walk off this issue of saying like Allah knows best, and we don't really know what our key there is, and this is actually in reality, in many cases worse than those people who distorted their aqidah and it is just another version of the beliefs of Jim, even software. Then the author goes on

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to speak about a third group. He said, Well, I tackled in Quran who HALCON Karatu, who, for in Kalam, Allah had been love for you, although

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don't say that the Quran is a created thing that I recited it.

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So now here, this is a love of the year they call my love via the people who say my recital is created or they say that I have recited that which is created.

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Here we need to have some tough seats, some distinctions, to make it clear to ourselves and to understand

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the speech of any one

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is attributed to the one who said it first, not to the one who

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reads it out. For example, if I open now a quote from let's say, the author here in Abu download,

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whose speech is it? Who said, Well, I Taccone Al Quran Ohakune Karatu. It's the speech of even Abby doubt, is not the speech of Mohammed, Tim. Because speech is attributed to the person who first the one who first said it, right? If I quote you anything, Shakespeare, whatever, if I quote you something, I'm quoting you what they said, it's their speech. I'm the one who is performing, or I'm the one who is rendering or I'm the one who is repeating the speech that belongs to them.

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So the speech of Allah azza wa jal is his speech. And that's why many of the scholars they said, however, the Quran is found it is the speech of Allah it's narrated from the man Muhammad and others, meaning whether it's what you memorized, you memorized Allah speech, if you recited you recited Allah's speech, if you wrote down the most half you wrote Allah's speech, wherever the Quran is found, whether in the chest or with the pen, or on the tongue, the speech is belonging to Allah tyeb What about the performance the reading or the voice?

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Here we have to be careful, because if I say my array citation, there could be two possible meanings because the word recite

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Asian could be used for what it could be used for the words the speech, or it could be used for the voice. So that's why the early generations they were very clear. They said, a soul to soul to carry. When Kayla Mikayla Mulberry, the speech, the voice, the they said, the sound and the voice belongs to the party. The sound and the voice belong to the party. And the speech belongs to Allah.

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And that's why you must be very careful about people saying things like my race citation is created, say to them, What do you mean? Do you mean your voice and your sound? Or do you mean the words that you are saying, and that's why they didn't use to say this. They didn't use to say how concora To who it's a creation that I recited.

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They used to say, the sound is created. And the speech is the uncreated speech of Allah. So be careful about that. There are many other SIFAT that I like that when we talk about the society of Allah azza wa jal, there are many other attributes like that. For example, people say about FGM, does Allah have a direction? So again, you say to them, What do you mean by direction? Do you mean by direction? To Duke the directions in creation like north east, south and west? So we don't attribute this to Allah? Because this is Mark, Luke? Or do you mean and iRULU? Well, folkier Highness and being above so Allah is the one who said, he or her vulnerable, whom invoke Him they

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fear their Lord who is above them. So be careful about people using

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ambiguous words.

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They say to you, does Allah have a direction? If you say to them, yes, they CICU me You said something is created. If you say no, they say Allah is everywhere. You see how they're trying to put you into and this is a sign of philosophy. Philosophers do this all the time, put you into a situation however you answer you will be wrong. So say to them, What do you mean?

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When you said, re citation? What do you mean? Do you mean the words you are reciting? Or do you mean the sound of your voice? If you mean the sound of your voice, the sound of your voice is machlokes out on the hook. It's created. Allah created you Allah created your voice, Allah created your actions. But if you mean by this, the words that you are reciting the words you are reciting are kala Mala Hiro McClure, the words of Allah and they are not created. And then he says for INEC, LM Allah had been lost the your.

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It is the words that make up the speech of Allah azza wa jal speech of Allah is made up of these words that carry meanings. And that's why we said that there were groups who followed gentlemen but someone from some of the different groups who said, No, Allah speech has no words no meanings is just a constant some of them said it has a meaning but no words. Some of them said it has words with no meaning some of them said no words and no meanings. And a sunnah said the words of the Quran are from the speech of Allah, and they are how we understand the meaning. And those words and those meanings are from Allah's speech kala malai viral buffalo

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I think I don't know if it's now time for us to have that little break that we said where's the for those who are organizing?

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Now the author and the poet Rahim Allah Who tithe and he goes on to talk about

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the believers seeing Allah azza wa jal, Yeoman Korea.

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He goes on to talk about the believers seeing Allah Yama Cleone.

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And he says what cool? Yet a genuine love Allah within Hello PJ Ratan Carmel bedroo La Jolla firewall rabuka.

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So, in this he talks about the believers seeing Allah azza wa jal Yamaki. This is another thing that many of the deviant groups particularly the Jamia and those who follow them, they

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deny this and yet this is something which is mentioned in the Quran.

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Clearly in multiple places, Allah azza wa jal said whoo hoo Yo Ma e the now the Abba Isla Rob Bihar now Vera saw through Kiana faces on that day will be bright looking at their Lord.

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And this is from the most clear and obvious of the evidences that the believers will see Allah azza wa jal yomo Kiana.

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As for the Hadith there are many. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, well then tell Rob back compatible to Aqaba Khan, you will not see your Lord until you die. And here the author or the poet Rahim Allah Allah He brings in evidence inside of his poetry. But of course it's a long Hadith so what he does he brings powerful Hadith a part of the Hadith to remind you of the whole Hadith he says Carmel bedroo Allah

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like the moon is not hidden. So why did he say like the moon is not hidden.

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Like the moon is not hidden because he wanted to bring the Hadith of the prophets of Allah where it he was sent them. When he said in come set our own hour back home Camerota ronelle Come up, you will see your Lord, like you will see the moon

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when it is full on the little better, the night when it is full. So the statement of the prophets Allah Allahu Allah, he was sent them in a concert around our back on camera tomorrow, they'll come up

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you will see your Lord, like you will see the moon and there are numerous wordings here, you will not compete in looking, you will not harm each other in looking different durations that wordings that came in the Hadith

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but the Prophet sighs I'm here the question is, what is he comparing? Because a person may listen to this and make a mistake and think that the Prophet sizer is comparing Allah to the moon. And that could never be because we said laser can miss me shape there is nothing like him. The moon is not like him, the sun is not like him, his creation is not like him. So what is the meaning? Here? What is being compared is the looking the action of the servant in looking, not what is being looked at. He's not comparing Allah to the moon, he's comparing looking at Allah to looking at the moon. And looking is something that people do. So if you imagine the moon on a night when there are no clouds,

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you don't compete right in looking at it. You don't need to climb over each other and push each other out the way No, let me look let me look everyone can see. And you don't have any difficulty in looking nor do you have to push and shove each other out of the way and harm each other to be able to see. So the same as you look at the moon without difficulty. So on the Day of Resurrection, you will look at Allah subhanahu wa Tada without difficulty.

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But here a person may bring an idea.

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And they may say what about the statement of Allah azza wa jal

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led to the removal of Assad. Well, who are you that equal?

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Sight cannot encompass him and he encompasses all sight, the eye in Switzerland and

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does this not bring us a problem? The answer is no for two reasons.

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either if this refers to just looking, then this refers to only in the dunya. At that site cannot in this life you cannot look upon Allah. But what is better said about this is that said that the meaning here is another way of looking that has a heart doctor, you can see Allah in every aspect, in a complete way in every aspect that is not achieved not in this world nor in the hereafter.

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You don't have a heart or any you cannot see every single aspect in a comprehensive and full and complete way. Because that is something led to during the whole episode, no site can encompass looking at him. And those are the two opinions on the Tafseer of the eye. One of them is that the eye refers to looking in a complete and comprehensive way in every single aspect. And the other is that it refers to not being able to see Allah in this world. The simple evidence is that the speech of Allah doesn't contradict itself. And Allah azza wa jal affirmed, looking at him in the hereafter. Would you hear me even now, Elon rock behind now Vera?

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There'll be faces that are bright on that day looking at their Lord and Allah azza wa jal mentioned those people who will be prevented from looking at him. Killer in Houma rugby him yo man in a magical warning, so chromatography, no those people they will be veiled from looking at their Lord.

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And likewise,

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the statement of Allah azza wa jal, well, Adina mozzie, we have something more.

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And other ayat in which Allah subhanaw taala, affirms looking at him.

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So here, he mentions, as you will look at the moon on a night when the moon is full, and there are no clouds and you don't compete and you don't push each other and shove each other to look at it. So you will look upon your Lord Yama, Yama, and then he said, Well, Rob Booker,

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your Lord is clearer

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than his creation. And Allah subhanaw taala. The Karma is a is something a hook and it's something created.

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It's something created, and yet people can see it easily and clearly. So how about the Lord of the heavens and the earth? He is more deserving, that when the people look upon Allah azza wa jal, they will not have to compete with each other in it, or push each other or harm each other in it.

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And then he said, and we'll just finish with this bait and then we stop. While he said the MO loading while he said we were leading with a seller who ship winter island with a bow.

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He says, He is not one who was born, nor has he had any children.

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And he has known that resembles him Exalted is He in perfection.

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Now, here's an interesting question.

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Until now, he's still talking about looking at Allah Yamakawa.

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Because afterwards, he talks about the Hadith, he's going to bring the Hadith in full, the hadith of God Gereon me Abdullah, while the Allahu Anhu. This hadith, he's going to bring the Hadith, the reference for the Hadith. So he hasn't stopped talking about it, but auroria affirming the believers will see Allah. So why did he bring this topic?

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This is a question. Why did he say he was not born? Nor did he have any offspring and there is none that resembles him. Exalted is He imperfection? Why mentioned this in the middle of the discussion about looking at Allah. So he's talked about looking about looking at Allah. Then again, he talks about looking at Allah, why bring this in the middle? Does anybody know? Anybody have any idea? Because Because

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nothing resembles

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excellent, very that's exactly the reason that he brought it here. To say that this hadith does not mean that Allah resembles his creation,

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to affirm and make clear that this hadith and indeed all of the things we say about Allah, none of them entails that we compare Allah to his creation. And this really is an it's an awesome in our soul electric card from the foundations of our Arcada is very important. Why?

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When we're going to speak about Allah as attributes, people's reaction today among the people have been influenced by these other beliefs and deviant groups are going to say, if you say Allah has a hand you compare to Allah to his creation. If you say that Allah rose above his throne you compare to Allah to his creation. If you say that Allah can be seen in the Hereafter, you compared Allah to his creation. So we have to start with a principle here, that whenever we affirm something for Allah, we affirm it in a way that does not resemble his creation at all.

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It doesn't compare to his creation. So Allah speech is not like our speech and Allah's hand is not like our hand. And Allah is rising is not like the rising of us or the rising of the sun or the rising of anything else from his creation.

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Rather the difference between Allah's speech and our speech is like the difference between Allah and us as even Okay, and Rahim Allah Allah said,

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the difference between Allah's speech and our speech is the same as the difference between Allah and between his creation.

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So there is nothing that is comparable or equal to Allah subhanaw taala or so when the prophets I send them said you will look upon your Lord like you look upon the moon.

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It's important here that we have the issue of a test via or the issue of saying Subhan Allah, and this word Subhanallah it's Kelly metal 10 Z. It means that Allah is perfect and free of all imperfections. But here's an important point. along come the Jamia and they say this is the reason we have this Akita the very reason we believe what we believe is because we want to Allah to be free of imperfections and weed so we say Allah does not speak nor does he hear, nor does he know nor does he, so they denied everything except Allah is existence, because they were trying to say that Allah is perfect. And that is why there's a benefit in this you can find in the Hadith Subhan Allah He

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won't be handy. This statement on its own is a refutation of the belief of the Jamia because what it says is Allah is perfect, and all the imperfect things that are said about Allah are wrong, like, what Carlota ha Allahu Allah that they said Allah took a son Subhanallah SubhanAllah. At the same time be handy. He affirms Allah's names and attributes and actions. And these names and attributes and actions do not represent something bad or something wrong about Allah, which is what these all people but in the end of the day, all of them the ones who change the meanings, the ones who denied it, all of them did so because they said, if you say that Allah speaks, you must be comparing Allah

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to his creation. And the Sunnah said he speaks because he said he speaks. And he speaks in a way that doesn't resemble any single thing from his creation. It doesn't compare to any single thing from his creation subhanho wa taala. Rather, it is a speech that is uniquely befitting to him subhanaw taala. And that's why he brought this statement. He is not one who was born, nor did he have any offspring, and there is nothing that resembles him to either Musa bow and Allah is the one that we say about him. Subhan Allah. One last minor point here, the issue of

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a ship or a Shabbat and the issue of a myth. It is better to use the word 10 feel than the word cash be. Because that's the word that Allah uses for himself laser chemistry he shaved on there is nothing that is comparable to him is better than the word resemblance. Because even though the concept of resemblance when the early generation said there is no resemblance that's what they mean laser chemistry he che there is nothing comparable to him Well, I'm Nicola, who for one.

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However, a person could be confused by the word resemblance, in the core meaning of the word.

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And if for example, if I say to you, the word rising, do you know what it means? Does anyone not know what it means to rise? Everyone in this room knows what it means to rise to it but everything rises in different ways right? Hot air rises, the sunrises you get up and you know you climb in the car and drive off all of these are completely different from each other. So a person needs to understand the core meaning is something understood, but how it applies to Allah that is what nobody knows except Allah subhanaw taala and it is nothing like his creation. So sometimes the word trash be or ship could confuse people into denying the meaning itself.

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And that's not the case. Rather, what they should deny is not the meaning itself. But how it applies to Allah and affirm that Allah subhanaw taala is nothing like his creation and that's more than enough for our break inshallah Tada, we take our break until after maghrib. What I will do with the live stream is I'm sure we'll have to move the cameras but what we can do is we can just pause the live stream rather than Stop it so that the video stays as one. So I will just put a pause on it for now I will try my best to figure out how to do that.

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So we're going to pause probably

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bout 20 past seven we'll be able to start again I would think something like that in sha Allah. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to put the pause screen on for About

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Your salatu salam ala Abdullah who are slowly Nabina Muhammad Vida early he was on the edge of mine and

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so inshallah to Allah we're going to continue we have a small amount

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the idea of seeing the believers seeing Allah azza wa jal

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and he the one who is the follower of Jehovah and software, and we said that here when he talks about the followers of Jehovah and Safwan. He's not necessarily talking about the Jamia alone, rather anyone who fell into a category of denial. So in reality, those people who fell into denial, how did they fall into denial,

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they fell into denial. Either they denied it completely.

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Or they fell into denial because they compared Allah to his creation. And when they compared Allah to his creation, they denied everything connected to Allah,

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or even those people who distorted the meaning they only distorted the meaning. And that is in itself a kind of denial and distorting the meaning or changing the meaning is in itself a kind of denial. So all of these

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he refers to them as Al Jeremy and this is really the early generations this is what they did anyway, they talk about to all those who denied Allah's names and attributes in one way or another. They attached all of them to the Jamia even if they had their own individual names and their different histories and things like that.

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His statement here what car do you kill Jeremy

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the word heard here doesn't mean the Jeremy might deny it. It means he does deny it. Because the Akita of the Jamia is to deny

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that Allah

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azza wa jal will be seen in that

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what ended up being Mr. keema cool now we have

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a hadith which gives truth to what we said and that's why we said our Akita is Muslim. Again it goes back to the Hadith we have to have a hadith thought we said when you look at the other groups, many times there is no Hadith no is sometimes the whole chapter of our key that can go by there is no is no Hadith, there is just we believe we think, comparison application, opinion, dreams, and there is no Hadith and no I, he said but we have a hadith

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which is clear on this issue.

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In some of the narrations it mentions Hadith on Musa help, a hadith which has been authenticated

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that hadith or Allah Who Jerry would call the Mohammed.

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It has been narrated from Jarier engeneering Abdullah Al bedgebury.

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From the statement of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and it's in Bukhari and Muslim.

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This hadith is in Sahih, Bukhari and Muslim.

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The hadith is as we read a part of it before,

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that he said Karuna Jurusan and the Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, it Nava il commonly lay a little better. We were sitting with the Prophet sallallahu Allah who has sent them when he looked at the moon lay a little better everyone in the moon is full and he meaning lay a little better. What are I ever built, the white days, the 13th 14th and 15th of the Islamic box

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and are in a concert or owner of the con. Indeed, you will look at your Lord karma Tarragona ha that will come up later a little better. Just like you look at the moon on the night when it's full lie to the moon if you're at he you will not compete with each other or you will not have to come over each other to see it. As we said there are some other narrations like with our wound if you look at it, you will not hurt each other to see it.

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And then the Prophet Tyson said something important. He told us how to be from the people who will look at Allah azza wa jal.

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He said for instance heart and Tula boo Allah Salah tin cobbler Turi Shamcey wa Salah Tim Cook

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if you can be someone who is not overpowered from praying a prayer before the sun rises and a prayer before the sun

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has completely set then do it.

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So he's telling you that the way to be from the people who see Allah azza wa jal and who look upon Allah azza wa jal yarmulke Yama

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is to be from the people who got the Fajr and the awesome

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issue of being someone who gods and is careful with the prayers and that issue is going to come at the end of the poem as well.

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further attributes of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So, he talks about

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the Hand of Allah azza wa jal he said what could you kill me you ain't one Yamina

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that the Jeremy the one following the way of gentlemen and software in denying Allah as names and attributes may also deny Allah's right hunt and he will also deny Allah's right hand not me will also do

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what killed tire day he will follow up with the tempo. Yet both of his hands are constantly giving out graces here.

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He talks about the hands of Allah azza wa jal even though Cain Rahim Allah to Allah He mentioned that Allah is Hunt is mentioned in something like 100 different ways or 100 different points that are mentioned about the Hand of Allah azza wa jal.

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So, a person would say how could anybody deny something which is mentioned in the Quran? pelea del HomeHub salt attack, rather his hands on stretch forth something which is mentioned in the Sunnah repeatedly,

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something which Allah azza wa jal mentions in so many different ways in different variations. How could a person possibly deny that?

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And the answer to that in reality is that the reason they deny it is by building principles that are false. So the first thing they start with is they say that if we said Allah has a hand we must have compared him to his creation.

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A very simple response to this is the statement of Allah azza wa jal Lisa chemistry he che on what was similar but there is nothing like Allah and He is the one who hears everything and sees everything.

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You and I can see and hear.

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And yet when we said that Allah can see and hear we didn't compel him to his creation because we said that his hearing is not like our hearing and his sight is not like our sight. So then what is the difference between his hearing and in sight and anything else that he said about himself? It's all the same, right? So what they said about Allah azza wa jal

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with regard to his hand or his hands, and both of his hands are right hands.

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What he said about Allah azza wa jal is the same thing we say about Allah what He said about himself, and what the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him, and we say it in a way that does not resemble

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Allah's creation.

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Now a person may come and say, Isn't it true? That the word hand the Arabs sometimes used it for power?

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And the answer to that is not like this. In other words, the Arabs never use the word hand to mean power in the context that it's mentioned in the Quran. Never, not in their poetry, not in their prose, not in their speech, in any of the times prior to Islam, or in the early times in which the Arabic language remain pure. They never used the word hand like it's used in the Quran to mean power. For example, the * of Allah azza wa jal, maraca and Testudo Lima Harlock to be a day

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What stopped you from making sujood to the one that I created with my two hands?

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type if it means power? What are Allah's two powers?

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Allah said belly Adele who mugged saw 10 his two hands are stretched force, which two powers are stretched forth. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that the hearts of the servants are bein a spiny mean outside they have Rama between two fingers of the fingers of the Most Merciful and he turns them however he wants. How does that relate to Allah has power.

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In other words, in the context used in the Quran, this the word power was never used like this.

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Rather, what you see from the people who have followed the way of German and Safwan in the names and attributes of Allah, is that they keep on changing. And this is also a principle you could learn from them. Like we said, there are key there is has a problem. It's always changing and switching over. So one minute they say power, and then you say okay, what are Allah's two powers? No, no, here, it doesn't mean power, it means and then they change something else. Okay, but we just established a principle that it means power, but your principle doesn't hold up in this idea. Okay, then you change again, then again, the person after the end is No, Allah is the only one who knows

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what it means we don't know what it means. And you see them changing from one opinion to another one to another one. In reality, what is the problem? If you say what Allah said, What is the matter with you that you did not prostrate to the one that I created with my two hands as long as you say that these hands do not resemble his creation at all? And that they are befitting to His Majesty, and we don't know how they are.

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What is the problem? Then? What is the difference between a semi and bossy rally? Even if they say, Okay, we don't assume your adversary, we don't accept it. Surely you accept that Allah is Allah and Allah knows everything. But I also know things and you also know things. So is that now comparing Allah to his creation? Do you deserve to call someone majeste, Seema, from the people who made a body for Allah. Because you say that ALLAH knows and we know but Allah has knowledge is not like our knowledge. And it's not comparable to his creation, and it's a knowledge that's befitting his majesty. So if you say that about Allah's knowledge, why not say it about everything that Allah said

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about himself? Why is it that you accept some and don't accept others, the reality is the reason they accept some and not others is only one reason

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honestly, and all of the madhhab of jam comes back to this and that is tuck Diem will occur.

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That you think that whatever comes in your head and makes sense to you, you accept it, and whatever doesn't make sense to you, you reject it. This is the also the apostle of the madhhab of these people. All of it goes back to this

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Now that our intellect accepts this and your intellect Doesn't your intellect accepts this and my intellect doesn't. And that's why when you say to them, what's the difference between affirming a hand for Allah in a way that's befitting to His Majesty, and not similar to his creation? And what's the difference in knowledge, they say, my intellect accepts knowledge, but my intellect doesn't accept that Allah has had.

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But the problem is, a little KU tattoo of our intellects of people is different, not for example, along comes for example, gentleman software, himself, he said, nothing can be said about Allah except existence. He said, there's only one attribute which may occur except for Allah. And that is a will dude that Allah exists. Nothing else. No knowledge, no place, no attributes, nothing just that Allah exists. Along came. The Monica Zilla, they said was his German software and Bible model. He's misguided, really evil individual. There's actually three attributes. What's the difference? They accepted the same also they had no difference with Jehovah and Safwan in the fact that the

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intellect is what decides. It's just they said that my intellect is better than his. So we made three along came the Columbia Dasha era, they said, Well, these Mark tells you that these are misguided individuals. They are far strayed from the path. Actually, what's correct is seven attributes. Why do I are tardy? No, no, I asked her this. Just my intellect figured out seven that your intellect 20 figured out three. Then along came the matter at the end. They said well, these people they've gone far from the path. The number is eight. All of them the only thing is clear sort of call my intellect versus your intellect. And someone comes along and says more and less and

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that's why you have the meth lab of the ASHA era and met Hubble Kadima and met Hubble JT, the old math happened, the new web happened regarding the safari recovery, and that is the actions of Allah. Some of them are fender and some of them did. All of it is just curiosity. My mind can understand it, your mind can't none of it goes back to an IRA or a hadith. Rather. And as soon as that I'm not saying about Allah, something Allah didn't say about himself, did Allah not say Belia Tao who mebbe salt or tan? His two hands of stretch force? He said it. So why should I not say about Allah what Allah said about himself? They said, because you compare Allah to his creation. Why does it entail

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that you compare Allah to his creation, only because a person first of all, compared Allah to his creation, and then said, this cannot be true. Rather, if you say that Allah has a hand that is different from the hands of his creation, it doesn't resemble his creation. We don't know how it is, this is exactly what Allah subhanaw taala tells us laser chemistry he che on what was semi Vasil there is nothing like him, and he is the one that can hear everything and the one that can see everything.

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Then the whole thing he goes on to talk about,

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he goes on to talk about CIFA to Mazoon.

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The descending of Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And in reality, Allah has attributes are of two types in this regard. There are sufa to fit Eliya

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and there are Sefa tone.

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So when we talk about Allah SIFAT, that are that here. We mean, the SIFAT that have no connection to Allah's Will, in the sense that Allah subhanaw taala is always described with them, and they are not subjected to his will that he wills to do it sometimes and doesn't want to do it other times.

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And these SIFAT some of the deviant groups, they accepted more of them. Because they said yeah, we can, you know, we can understand that Allah azza wa jal always has knowledge of everything. And he doesn't decide to have knowledge sometimes or not have knowledge or other types right. So they found that to be easy to understand,

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as for the SIFAT, which our fear Eliya here, we have to be very careful about something.

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The SIFAT which are fairly Allah's actions, Allah's actions, Allah subhanaw taala does whatever he wants whenever he wants, but he has always been described with that action, and he has always been able and had the ability to do that action.

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So it is not something that Allah Azza

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just learned it is not something that Allah azza wa jal developed, Allah has always been described and will always be described with speech and with dissent, and with rising and so on.

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And with bestowing mercy and all of the rest, but Allah azza wa jal does whatever he wants, whenever he wants for ad only may read, he does whatever he wants whenever he wants. So, this is not something this is why a lot of the deviant groups they actually got very, very upset about these SIFAT fairly Allah's actions. They said, You can't say Allah has actions, because you're saying that Allah new acquired an ability learned how to do something, we say no,

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this is only in your code your mind. Rather what we say is Allah has always been and will always be one who speaks. But his speech he says whatever he wants, whenever he wants to whoever he wants, and that is Komodo, Komodo, that's perfection, right? How can it be perfection to say that Allah cannot see what he wants when he wants? That is imperfection, not perfection. So the SIFAT of Allah, the description of Allah that are down to actions, Allah has always had that attribute. And Allah subhanaw taala has always been described with it. Allah has not learned it, nor has he acquired it. But Allah does it whenever he wants, because Allah is the one who said about himself fat, lonely,

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Marguerite, he does what ever he wants.

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So it's not right for us to say about Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala doesn't do whatever he wants, rather, Allah does what he wants. When he wants to bestow mercy, He bestows mercy, and when he wants to withhold that mercy from a person he withholds it, and when he wants to speak to one of his creation, He speaks and when he doesn't want to speak to them, he doesn't speak. But Allah subhanaw taala has always been described with and will always be described with these attributes.

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And that's important because this is where a lot of the confusion lies.

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They said, for example, their poet, one of their points, he said is cool. No who, or it's cool. No, he said, it's cool. lol hoodoos Intesa that can Coney Island Tesseract. He said the problem with these things is all of it is something Allah acquired, as though Allah learned something new. And that's not correct. Because they didn't understand that Allah's actions have two aspects. In one sense, Allah has always been described with it. Allah never learned it or acquired or developed it. Allah azza wa jal has always been described with it. But Allah does whatever he wants whenever he wants, and this is perfection. It's not perfection to say that you cannot do what you want. Rather

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Subhanallah among Allah's creation, are those people who think they can do whatever they want. How is it that we can say about Allah that he cannot do whatever he wants, whenever he wants, rather, Allah does what He wills when in this.

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And here we come to suffer tunnels, all

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the attributes of descent. So what are we going to say about this attribute? We're going to say about Allah, what He said about himself, and what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him, we're not going to deny it, we're not going to change its meaning to something else. We're not going to ask how because only Allah knows how. And we are not going to compare Allah to his creation. So we're going to describe Allah with a descent that fits his majesty. subhanaw taala. It doesn't contradict his highness.

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For example, a person who said Allah descends and he is no longer an ally, you will Allah this is boundless falsehood. Rather, Allah descends in a way that does not contradict his Highness and his supremacy. How does Allah descend? Allah knows, we don't know Allah has not told us this. How can you know something, you can either see it or experience it with your senses, or either you can compare it to something you know about, or either you have reliable information about it. So we have not seen Allah and we will not see Allah until we die.

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We cannot compare Allah to anything from his creation. And we do not have any reliable report about how Allah subhanaw taala descends or how is his hand or how does he hear or how does he know? We don't have any reports about that. So what we can do is to say what Allah said,

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in a way that befits Allah's majesty that is completely dissimilar to his creation and according to what has come in the Quran and the Sunnah, so he says

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that exalted is Allah who is alone

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and deserving of praise.

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Allah azza wa jal descends to the lowest heaven and He gives His blessings and His grace is out.

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The doors or the gates of the heavens are open.

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And Allah says Allah mostella field on real cover off Iran, is there anyone seeking forgiveness?

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We meet with the most forgiving

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we're most damn near someone asking for something in this world and you asking for is actually asking for help asking for something in this world.

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Where most of them are asking for something good. What is common for you now and Allah gives it to him.

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He said Rwanda como la Yura to Hadith oho Allah harbor Coleman caribou, whom were to Bill, he said this was narrated by a people whose hadith is not rejected.

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And that's disgraced. Are those people who rejected what they said.

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So first of all, this is narrated in a hadith from the Prophet sallallahu Allah who

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is narrated in a hadith of the Prophet sallallahu. I even said the prophesy some he said, yen Zerah buena in a semi dunya

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our Lord descends to the lowest heavens.

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As we said in some of the narrations, it mentions he never called full full late in Africa when there remains a third

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of the night.

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And that we say this without asking how and without comparing Allah azza wa jal to his creation.

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And Allah azza wa jal is Al Jabbar, the one who is the most supreme and the Most Great, and the one who, because of his perfection makes up for our flaws and our imperfections.

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And Allah azza wa jal

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is the one who is alone and the one who is unique.

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This hadith, meaning that a hadith of Mizzou, in reality is a Hadith which is motivated to be honest with you. And more than one of the scholars they ruled upon this hadith that this hadith is motivated

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is narrated by so many people that it's not possible that there could have been an error and it's narrated with various different wordings and various different any variations within the Hadith all of the mentioned that Allah azza wa jal descends when there remains the last third of the night.

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And he says Halloween siren. Is there someone asking for something for our three year so I can give them help me muscial fill in for AlFalah Is there someone who is asking my forgiveness so that I can forgive them? And in some of the narrations Fela Zanuka Anika hotteok live Fajr

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Allah azza wa jal remains like this until the Fajr time comes.

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hadith as we said more than one of the scholars of Hadith they said it reached the level of toto and reached so many, the level that so many people narrated it, it could not be a mistake.

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But even then, the narrators who narrate this hadith in Sahih, Bukhari and Muslim those narrators are the same narrators that teach us how to pray the same narrators who narrate about the car the same narrators generate about

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the Hajj. The same narrators who narrate about

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Then he can't handle Talaq, they're the same narrators. So why is it that we accept from them in one thing, but we don't accept from them in another thing. And then we had said that these people had said, if the hadith is not Awatea, we'll accept it.

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But yet the hadith is not our I'm still they don't accept it. Still, they say no, you know, because it means this or it means that we don't accept it or it can't be. So we saw that these people, even their own soul, they don't follow them.

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And that is why he said, Allah harbor calm, we may they be, may they lose, may they be disgraced.

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May they be in a state of loss? What could be held

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because of the fact that they rejected the ahaadeeth of the reliable narrators. And they rejected a hadith that they themselves said that they would accept. But when the Hadith didn't match, what their intellects told them and what their souls desired, they didn't accept it, or they took the meaning and changed it away from the meaning that it came with.

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his two ministers of old or something like that?

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There's two deputies. Okay. No problem is two ministers. His two deputies are old. They are Abu backup and Arman.

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They are Abu backup, and Ahmad probably Allahu anha.

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And their virtue came in so many a hadith. The Sahaba used to say in front of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the best of us is Abu Bakr and then Rama.

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And in some times they would say and to Earth man, and sometimes they would say an ally, probably Allah, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he didn't used to contradict them in that.

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So the best of the people after the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it he was setting them in this OMA Aboubacar coma.

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And this became a part of our Arpita from two aspects. First of all, it's a part of our Aqeedah from the point of view that these are the people who brought the real

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He came to us and transmitted it to us. So if we criticize them, or if we abused them or if we revile them, then we are revising the deed itself. Otherwise Where did you actually come from? You did not see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam nor did you meet him.

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Nor Were you there when the Quran was revealed. So where did you get it from? Even the Quran? Where did it come to you from? Did it not come to you with SR need with chains of narration from the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu?

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I don't think maybe it Allahu Allah. Perhaps there is no one in this room, who originally comes from Mecca or Medina, Danny, their family, their grandfathers and ancestors are from the people of Makkah and Medina, or a few or maybe nobody

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whose ancestors came from Makkah and Medina. So how did the religion reach your ancestors?

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How did it reach them may reach them through the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu

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and those who took it from them, so in reality, accusing the Sahaba criticizing the Sahaba abusing reviling the Sahaba is to abuse and criticize the religion completely.

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Because we only knew the Quran and the Sunnah.

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After the Grace of Allah through the Sahaba, transmitting it from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say the same about the Quran, the same about the Sunnah. That's why if you look at those who make accusations and evil statements about the Sahaba these people you will not find them except that they have doubt in the Quran.

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That's why even the rough River

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and the extreme sciatic nerve Sherea the twelvers they have huge doubts about the Quran. And they read in their books, like Sorrell Caffee that there is a Quran that is many times greater than your Quran and it contains nothing that your Quran contains. They don't believe in the Quran. Why? Because once you make fun of the Sahaba once you accuse the Sahaba and you start to revile them in reality, you accused the Quran, you accused the Sunnah you accused the deen, there's nothing left for you because as soon as you start down that path, where did the Quran come through all of the chains of the most half they end in the Sahaba Where did the Sunnah come from all the chains of the

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Hadith and in the sahaba. So your religion once you start to accuse the Sahaba there is nothing left to stop you accusing the Quran or the Sunnah. That's the first point.

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The second point is when there appeared a group of people who started to revile some of the Sahaba or all of them. And it's not just the Shia who do this, by the way. The she I did it. The Hawaii bridge did it also, the Hawaii bridge also from the early groups, two groups were founded in the early times and they existed

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towards the end of the time of the sahaba. Guerrilla.

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The Shia at the Hermitage, both of them revile the sahaba.

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The Hawa Ridge, they reviled and you got the Allahu Akbar. And more Alia Radi Allahu Anhu and anyone who sided with either of them any any one who agreed with Ali Omar

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and they reviled them all because they said in in Kokomo Illa ruling is only for Allah and these people have broken that command in the Quran. And so they began to abuse and reviled.

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And that's when Ali ibn Abi Talib said his famous statement Kelly metal hapten or ew about what you said is true ruling is for Allah but what you're implying is false. And they murdered Ali bin Abi tog Rafi Allah one.

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As for the Shia, they are those who exaggerated with regard to Ali Radi Allahu.

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And with regard to the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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like the poet said, what I know Sol o ra ala Han Thani, until some of them took him as a god that is worship besides Allah.

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And that is not something that is strange, by the way, they attributed to him means to refer to Rubia from the SIFAT of Rubia. What is for Allah azza wa jal alone, like a Hulk Well, Amara, what Ted beer creation and and controlling the universe and

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that that the bait the family of the Prophet sites, and among them are those who control the universe and among them are those who decree what happens and among them are those and they any attribute to them, things that are only for Allah azza wa jal

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while doing what while cursing the Sahaba who they see that they do

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don't match their viewpoint.

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So the Shia, especially that if they actually the 12 us from what they do is that they revile Abu Bakr and Rama and our Isha and half Sarabi Allahu Anhu. every morning and every evening as part of at Carlos sebahagian Messiah.

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Any SP part of that Carlos sebahagian Messiah. They have Carlos Saba Messiah in the morning and the evening they have to curse Abu Bakr and Amara and Arshad halfs. For all the Allahu Anhu much Mary. But you see what Allah has something. And I'll tell you this is a rare point that people don't always appreciate that Hello will be there. In general, you will rarely if ever find a group from the misguided groups, except that they will reveal one or more of the sahaba.

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Even the groups that are not associated with it, listen to what they say about Abu Hurayrah not Hanafi Shatkin Hadith without his Hadith. Why? Because he raised the rates Hadith don't agree with your with your Akkadian

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or they say we don't know how we acquired these Hadees he acquired it through two things. Through first of all, the baraka that came from Allah azza wa jal and the dua of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for him to have a good memory and through hard work and revision that he used to do every single night to revise the Hadith of the Prophet Seisen

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they say we doubt his Hadith we feel doubtful about many of these Hadith why because it contradicts what they must have is upon and that's why you generally see many of these tower if if not all of them one place or another you will see them reveal some of the components one Muslim in the same look from among their Rolla ma you will find them look at what they say about what area they got to show you in that they got affected by to share your and you see them say more I was like this and we're out we always like that even though they'll praise all the Sahaba but they'll still say something bad about more out until today will lie in many of even the Sufia today especially in for

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example the Indian subcontinent India and Pakistan many of them got affected by to show you extreme shears that's why they will say recently there was a brother has a lovely product friend of mine he named his son

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he named his son Marwan and you know that Marwan was one of the names of the Sahaba and also it's a name that was famous among many Omiya among the family that came related to our society but I found and now we're and so straightaway the family is like I cannot name your son Marwan this is a bad name. Where did they take this from Tasha year it became from Shia Islam they got affected by it and they started to so they don't name their children, for example, more Aurelia or Marwan or smile and they keep away from all these names, even though they don't reveal them openly. Like they don't curse them openly. But they got affected by it, they got they became affected by it. So, this is

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something that will lie he most of the tower if that went away from the sooner you will see some complaints about the Sahaba here and then

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the best of the Sahaba and Becca and then he said so morose man will only

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here the word of Raja is that when you have a difference of opinion and what and you strengthen one opinion over the other. So here he's indicating that I Hello suna differed over the third best companion. Some of them said postman some of them said Addy and some of them said the third is Ali and the fourth is Earth man and some of them said the third is Earth man and the fourth is Ali and some of them said we don't know which between Earthman and Ali is better.

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But generally speaking the Gemma here the majority of them later on when they settled on the matter and they they saw that a hadith they took the opinion that the raja the strong opinion is that a man was better than Ali Abadi Allahu

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and that's what's indicated by the Hadith, that it was Abu Bakr and Umar and Uthman, but there is a genuine there were some of the scholars of the past who prefer the ally of the Allah who overthrew the man while still loving a man and preferring or Ceman over the other sahab because the matter was not as clear as Abu Bakr and

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the matter was not as clear and you know, they, they didn't differ on it at all. But when it came to Earth man and ally, some of them did, but the vast majority of them for rajai The strong opinion is that it was Earth man and the fourth of them the best of the creation and from this Alma after them, is it

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He's the one who brought or was so keen for good.

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And he was the one who was keen for everything good.

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And then he said, and I know that it's written in different ways in some of your texts, it's written well in a humo

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love to Lowry, Buffy human. But better than that, and it's a genuine, authentic Rewi of the * is to say what inner who moonwalk raw to La vie, Buffy human, that these four along with a rat. A rat is the small group of people. He's going to mention who the small group of people are. So he said these four along with this small group of people, there is no doubt about them.

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These are the people of alpha dose. The people the prophet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam promised the people that the Prophet size and promised

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So he's going to mention now who are the raw, who are the small group of people who are this small group of people who were promised Alpha dose. So he mentioned them from a hadith in which the prophets lie some said I will work an infusion filled Jana Abu Bakr is ingen what Omar, fill Jana and Rama is in Jana or Mandeville Jana and a man is in Jana, and Holly is in Jana, and Paul Ha is in Jana, and Zubayr

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is in Jana, and Adorama live in our office in Jana, and site is in Jana, and sorry it is in Jana and Abu Zubaydah. No Jarrod is in Jana, the Hadith narrated by Timothy and even imagine and others. So who are these individuals? So first of all, he mentions cite any side ignores 8am No AMA, no five,

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who is the Ibn will hand me a new remote meaning. He is the cousin the paternal cousin of among a bit of photography Allah Who and Homer, then he mentioned Sadie, but Abby will curse. And then he mentions Abdul Rahman Ibn Alf

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and Paul Ha, ignore availa. And when he says our mutual fear hidden, he's referring to Abu Zubaydah,

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Emile, even Al Jazeera al theory. That's why he calls him Armero theory, because his name is Ahmed and he's from the tribe or the sub tribe Elfi hurry, Al Karachi and as Zubayr YBNL our

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al Mohammed who those who have many virtues

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and then he said what cool higher a cold in fifth Sahaba typically him while attack who

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are able to

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say the best of speech and we said say means believe, right? Say and believe the best of things about the Sahaba all of them.

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And that is what Allah sunnah they took as their sign that they love all of the sahaba. And they said good about all of the sahaba.

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And they don't get involved in what happened in disagreements between the Sahaba for example, we know that when our smart Radi Allahu Iam was murdered by the rubble who came and murdered him unjustly. We know that the Sahaba differed from a fifth perspective what to do next. Some of them considered that the highest priority was to take revenge for the murder of Earth man. Others considered that

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this would not work at that time because of the situation of the Muslims in Medina and the lack of the Muslim army being present. And the fact that these robber had overcome the city, that the best thing to do was to settle the situation and then later to seek revenge for the murder of Earth man.

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And so the Sahaba differed about this issue. That difference, we can read it. We can, from a historical perspective discuss it, but we can't criticize the Sahaba for what they did. Because in reality, each one of them they were mujtahid don't they did they? He had it was a matter of what to do next. It's a nice Zilla, Mina Nawaz. If they don't, then it's not there's no text of the Quran what to do next. There is no Hadith what to do next. So instead they made a judgment. And if you look at the actual mobile sharing agenda, you find, for example, but Talhah

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and Zubayr probably Allahu Anhu that they took one opinion

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And then olive of the Allah Who and and for example

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it will be Allah one as an example took a different opinion. But if you look at the if you look at the National machinable agenda, the 10 promised paradise were alive, they will almost split down the middle. The ones who promised paradise they will almost almost split down the middle as to what to do, and which opinion was correct. So what is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tell us when someone makes a judgment

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either our Saba fella who Algernon if he gets it right, he gets to rewards, while either Okta fella who as Ron White, and if he makes a mistake, he still gets one reward. The Sahaba made, he heard about what to do next. One of them are a group of them was right and a group of them were wrong. And a group of them didn't get involved, which was the correct opinion. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in some Hadith indicated to us that the correct opinion was the one chosen by Ali, Radi Allahu Allah.

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But all of the Sahaba did their best for Islam and did their best to come to the correct opinion. And it's enough to see that the role of the Sahaba was split down the middle.

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And that's a difficult situation, because it's not like you've got all the dilemma of the Sahaba on one side, and then just a few people, you've got major scholars among the Sahaba on one side, and major scholars who took a different view. But each one of them did what they did for the sake of Allah. And it's not for any of us to become affected by the beliefs of the Shia and start to criticize some of the Sahaba or start to say bad things about some of them, like wow, we are the Allahu, and for those who were with him, or the Allahu Anhu ah, meringue. Rather, there are only two situations among the Sahaba those who made their efforts and got to rewards and those who made their

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efforts and got one reward.

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what are called

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Don't be someone who reveals the Sahaba terrible title,

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and you're insulting them and you're wounding them with your speech. and wallah it is obligatory upon us. It's obligatory upon us to distance ourselves, from those people who reviled the Sahaba of the Allah one, and not to have anything to do with him.

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Here the word time, it doesn't mean lots of criticism, it means any criticism here, it doesn't just mean lots of criticism, but any criticism like the Hadith of the prophets or isn't laced

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with time, the believer is not someone who constantly reviled other people, well Allah and noise is someone who is who curses people.

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No Is he well, fair, harsh noise he Alpha has a very the one who speaks bad words and swears and uses bad language. So hear this means any form of it, not just doing it a lot.

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So we preserve for the Sahaba their status that Allah azza wa jal told us about in the Quran, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Latin so Buddha's happy. Don't criticize my companion. So don't revile don't curse my companions for when Levine fcbd by the one whose hand my soul is in, yo Anna had come and Sokka Mithila offered in the heaven Madoka muda hottie him well, I know Sefa if one of you were to give the mountain of holding gold, you wouldn't equal a handful of one of them not even half a handful.

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Who did the prophets lie? Some say this to?

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This hadith letter soup was hobby. He said it to the other Sahaba. So he seemed to the Sahaba who came into Islam later on, don't revile the Sahaba from earlier on, because those if they spent the mountain of earning gold, if you spent the mountain of effort in gold, it wouldn't equal a handful not even a half a handful of what they give time. What do you think about the people who are not even Sahaba at all? If they revile the Sahaba and Bobbie Hola, it's more deserving. And if it's the case that the Sahaba who came later, their sadaqa isn't only equal to the handful of Abu Bakr or half a handful, so what about the ones who came? What about the ones who died in us who came so long

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after that? And we don't have the virtue that those people that those people had.

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And Abdullah bin was rude or the other one, he said, is as Ohira he said to the Prophet SAW, I seldom said either zookeeper or as hobby for MC who, if my companions are mentioned with Hold your tongue,

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with Hold your tongue,

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then the author he said for cod nataka LWA. He will be in will be fogli him

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will feel that he is

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I only saw her that eat him down. He said, This revelation that came from Allah has clearly stated their virtue. And in Surah to fetch, there are many IR to talk or that praise the Sahaba Why did he mention source effect? Because out of all of the sources, it has many IATA praise that praise this habit otherwise, there the praise of the Sahaba is found in salted Baqarah and the praise of the Sahaba is found in other sources of the Quran, but salt and fat is the clear example. So he brings the evidence for that.

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For example, the statement of Allah azza wa jal, who at the end of the second interview could all be meaning and ideas dare to imagine in my email, when he learned you know, to sell it without what can Allah who aren't even Hekima he is the one who sent down tranquillity in the hearts of the believers who are the Sahaba so that they increase in Eman along with their email. And Allah has the soldiers of the heavens and the earth and Allah is Knowing of everything in all ways. And Allah azza wa jal said in the Lilina your very own letter in the mail your very own Allah here to Allah He felt like add him from a negative for in the main course where I learned FC woman alpha female

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law, per se ott agilon Allina, he said those people who give a pledge to you it is only that they are pledging they are giving a pledge of allegiance to Allah. Allah has hand is above their hands. So whoever breaks that pledge, they only break it against themselves and whoever fulfills what they promised Allah, Allah will give them a great reward and in the same surah Allah azza wa jal said, la casa Radi Allahu Meeny, if you buy or own a katana shedule Valley Murphy Colombe him the ends and a second into it him what I said about him for 10 Corrib. Allah is certainly pleased with the believers when they gave the Pledge of Allegiance under the tree so Allah knew what was in their

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hearts or Allah tested what was in their hearts and Allah azza wa jal sent down tranquillity upon them and gave them the promise of a nearby victory.

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And Allah azza wa jal said about them in the same surah is gyla Lilina Kefa will feel Kuru be human heavy here to hematol JDF Enza Allahu Sakina it was solely who I mean he was Emma whom carry meta Taqwa will can have a hard copy HA HA HA HA can Allah be could be shaitan Halima. Allah said when Allah

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Oh Allah as I just said when the disbelievers put in their hearts, and how many Yeah, yeah, they had this.

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Ending this not energy but this had me it'll J hadiah. They brought this the characteristics of Jahir area in their hearts and they fill themselves with this emnity from Jay Lee. And Allah sent down His tranquility upon His messenger and the believers and Allah made them firm upon the word of taqwa. What is kilometre Taqwa? La ilaha illa Allah

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and they were the most deserving people of it and they were its people. They were the one deserving of it. And Allah is the One who knows everything.

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And perhaps the greatest of the ayat in praising the Sahaba is the last ayah in sort of attack.

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Mohammad Rasool Allah, well, Adina ma who as she dealt with article 30 Ruhama or the you know, Tara home Rakhine soldier the year but her own fault, but I mean, Allah he worded Werner Sima Humphrey will do him in atheris sujood Valley can method Rohan Fatah, alright, we'll go bit by bit. Allah said Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and those who are with him, are strong against the disbelievers and merciful to each other. You see them making Roku and sujood seeking a grace from Allah and His pleasure. Their sign is in their foreheads from the effects of prostration there they can methyl Oh Humphrey turret, this is the example that is given in the in the Torah. This means the

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Sahaba their virtue was mentioned in the Torah before the Sahaba even existed. Allah sent down in the Torah, the virtue of the Sahaba were methanol harmful indeed, and then Allah azza wa jal talks about the example of the Sahaba Ravi Allah who and whom

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the example of the Sahaba that came in the Injeel. So what does that mean? It means that the Sahaba their virtue was also mentioned in the in the Injeel. So this is something that a lot of people don't any maybe don't know or don't think about, that the virtue of the Sahaba was not only mentioned in the Quran, but it was mentioned in the Torah and the NG what is the example that is given for them in the NG of cassava in a Harada Sook?

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The example is a plant which produces offshoots and strengthens them so they grow firm and stand upon them.

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you are jeepers Zahra. It delights the source, Leah Riva became more kuffar, so that Allah might make the disbelievers enraged by them.

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Even though Kathy if I'm not mistaken

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himolla to Allah.

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Now, the book if you have before him also are those who quoted this statement as a proof that anyone who hates the Sahaba is from the kuffaar Because Allah said that the people who are enraged by the Sahaba Lea Riva behemoth, Kufa, the people who hate and get angry because of the Sahaba and become enraged because of the Sahaba other Kufa white Allahu Lidija him and why middle Saudi Hatem in her mouth feel lighter. Why? Hmm Alima Allah has promised those who believe and do good deeds among them, that he will forgive them and give them a great reward. And Allah said, well, Kula white Allahu Rachna. All of them Allah azza wa jal promised

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all of them Allah azza wa jal promised Jin Lima Malik he said this, by the way before not even Kathy was Imam Malik who said we agree that we Himachal far that they use this to prove the cover of the Rafah. The Tarawa filled the rafidah aquifer because Allah said Lee agree that the human Kuffar these are the ones with the disbelievers are enraged by the Sahaba

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then the author goes on to talk about al Qaeda so we try our very best inshallah I'm doing my best Shala so let's one second

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other, how long was Musa that?

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that means me total our home. And then you fill those into beam eating heavy heavy, heavy heavy say you need a yacht for home.

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Here the author goes on to talk about an amen billion will ask believing in the last day the author goes on to talk about believing in the last thing

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I think with regard to you know us finishing, we do our best to me to cover it still in some details in Sharla and then whatever we didn't finish inshallah to Allah we can finish it by a video we can make an extra video for the to finish it in sha Allah to Allah, rather than just zooming to the end and missing out because right now we reached up to

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we reached up to like 25 out of 33. So we'll see what Allah azza wa jal makes it easy for us to mention. So now the author goes on to talk about Yamanaka.

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And he says here

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we're Bill Cowdery, Mark Dorian 1830. Now, the element to activate Dini, what Dino fer? So he talks first of all about belief in Qatar. With regard to belief in Qatar.

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We know that belief in Qatar was the reason for the narration of the hadith of Gibreel. Right?

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That when they came to

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when they came to Abdullah bin aroma for the Allahu anha they said that there is a period of people among us, they recite the Quran, and they say, Allah Carter, there is no cuddle, and that everything is at random.

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And Abdullah bin aroma he told them if you meet these people and tell them that I am free from them, and they are free from me.

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If one of them were to spend a mountain of effort in gold, it would not be accepted from them, you know,

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until he believes in the Divine Decree. And then for all of this he narrated the hadith of Gibreel from his father Mr. Ravi Allah Hwang, he narrated the whole hadith of Gibreel about the explanation of Islam and Eman and sand all of it for when taught me that Bill Cowdery, Haiti, he was sharing that you believe in the divine decree the good, the bad. The Divine decrees also mentioned in the Quran, in color che in color, because every single thing we created it with a decree, every single thing we created it with a decree. Now as for belief and cuddle

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There are four Malachite, four stages of color that everybody has to understand. And then there are some masa ill related to them.

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As for the four stages of other, which everyone must understand, the first is that Allah azza wa jal knows everything. He knows what his past he knows what is present, and he knows what is in the future. He knows the impossible and the possible because Allah azza wa jal tells us Hello Can a man who earlier if there were gods beside him like these people think Ethan Levertov are either Isla de la Archie Sabina, all of them would have competed for a way to Allah. So Allah knows what would happen if there were gods besides Allah. He knows the possible the impossible. He knows absolutely everything's parameter.

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This is the first stage and this stage very few people had any problem or any confusion about most people, they understood it and they said, Yes, Allah knows everything. Allah knows the future Allah azza wa jal knows the past. Allah knows the president, Allah was the possible impossible, but still there are among with her wife today. Just yesterday we were speaking about a famous speaker. He is someone who is known for you know, videos and things in the Muslim world, who personally said I don't believe that Allah knows what will happen until it happens.

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And that is covered mockridge Melon Mila and it takes you out of the religion of Islam. So the point is that belief in Qatar any even ignore alien Rahim Allah to Allah he says it is the foundation of everything good. Assess who coolly hide the foundation of everything good, is really fun. So you start with the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal what's next? Next is Al Kitab. That Allah azza wa jal commanded the pen to write and depends on what should I write. And Allah azza wa jal commanded the pen to write everything that will happen until the nuclear

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war my daddy can Allah He be as easy that's not hard for Allah subhanaw taala and Allah azza wa jal, he told us about it. Well, who are Quran Majeed, Philo Hey, my friends,

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This, the issue here is not to be distracted at this point where people go wrong this Mohalla or this model Moqtada and we can call Marathi Bahadur. This multibuy this stage of Qatar, where people go wrong with it is that people start to overthink about this issue. Or if it's written down what about my deeds and what do I have to do and all of this type of stuff.

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The end conclusion of belief in Qatar before we talk about the Marathi, the other Marathi is two things, first of all, that you are in desperate need of Allah. And second of all, is that Allah azza wa jal will give his help to those who work hard.

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As for your need of Allah, this is mentioned in so many ayat of the Quran and Tummel for ha will Allah you people are the ones in need of Allah Allah Allah who will have on your Hamid Allah is the One who is elf I need the one who doesn't need anyone al Hamid, the one who's worthy of all praise.

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So therefore, we understood that Allah azza wa jal

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we need him. We cannot just figure it out for ourselves. We can't just decide something I'm gonna go to Jana I decided. We need Allah azza wa jal to help us. Who did Allah promised to help? Well Lavina Jahad Feanor Lynette dem Nahum Solana, those who strive for us, we will certainly guide them to our ways. So Allah promised to guide the people who worked hard, and that is it.

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The Prophet sallahu alayhi wa sallam, he indicated

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that there is nothing

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that would compete with Qatar except dua

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or if there was something to compete with Qatar would be to

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do is part of Qatar. The point here is that by asking Allah's help, Allah subhanaw taala will guide you to the way that pleases you and the outcome that you want. But if you don't seek Allah's help, you don't show your need of Allah and you don't work hard, then you will only have find written for you what you deserved. Nothing more, nothing less than that. The third

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the third stage from the stages of Adam is that Masha Allah who can Wladimir shad lemmya and mushiya. Whatever Allah azza wa jal willed, it will happen and whatever Allah did not will will not have like

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He said, Whatever you will, Oh Allah, it's going to happen, even if I don't win it. And whatever I will, if you don't want it to happen, it's not going to happen. You created your servants, based upon the knowledge that you have. And in your knowledge travels that young and the old. This one you helped, and this one you forsook

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this one,

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you helped me this one or the answer in this one, you helped this one you didn't. This one you bless this one you first look, for me. For among them there are those who are wretched. And among them are those who are eternally happy and among them are the ugly and among them are the beautiful,

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is a beautiful summary. The first thing is that we must understand in this metabo of color that we as as human beings have a will. Allah azza wa jal said dementia, I mean come yesterday, for the one among you who wants to be upright, Lehmann Shah, I mean, come as ducking, the one among you who wants to be upright? Woman Tasha, order Illa insha Allah hoorah Buddha alanine, but you will not be able to be upright unless Allah azza wa jal wills, the Lord of the Worlds.

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So what did that tell us? What does it tell us? First thing he told us is that we have a will Allah has created within you a will and an ability to choose.

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But that will is not free. You know something from a free will is not free? Because free means it's unrestricted. I will go to Jana. So I'll go to Jana, I will to be forgiven, so I'll be forgiven. No, it's not completely free. Rather, it is within the will of Allah. So if Allah wills, that your will is going to be carried out, then it will be carried out. And if Allah azza wa jal wills that your will is not going to be carried out it's not going to be carried out. For example, I came here today willing,

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that I will finish this moment.

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That was my will. But Allah azza wa jal did not will not for me, at least, that's why it's apparent that Allah azza wa jal did not wait for me. So my will Allah gave me the choice to decide to finish it or not to finish it. I decided to finish it, but Allah azza wa jal willed that it would not be completed all the way until the end and that insha Allah Allah Allah we will complete it in a subsequent video.

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This is very important, because this shows you your need of Allah Yes, you have choices to make, yes, you will be accounted for your choices. Your mo Kiana you will be asked about what you did and what you didn't do, what you chose and what you didn't choose, but ultimately, for your choice to actually happen in this world requires Allah to will it.

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Now we have to talk about another issue which is very important. What is the difference between what Allah loves and what Allah wills

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so Allah azza wa jal only loves what is good.

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While I have done a birdie who covered he doesn't love for His servants to disbelieve.

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Allah azza wa jal only loves what he has praised in the Quran. sunnah, what he legislated? What he told us to do, that's what Allah loves.

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As for Allah's Will, He wills what he loves and what he doesn't love.

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So Allah azza wa jal wills,

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what he loves, for example, Allah loves Iman and Allah willed Abu Bakr to become a Muslim.

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So Allah loves Eman and Allah willed that Abu Bakr would be a Muslim would have Iman.

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So here Allah loved it, and Allah willed it.

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On the other side, sometimes Allah azza wa jal will something that he doesn't love.

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For example, Allah hates disbelief well

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I have been able to heal cover. Yet Allah decreed that Abu Jahan would be a disbeliever.

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So once we've understood there's a difference between what Allah loves and what Allah wills. The question is what does the word you read to me? He wants, sometimes it means he loves and sometimes it means he wills and he sometimes you really do is what Allah loves. And sometimes it's what Allah will so be careful when you read the word you read in the Quran, Allah wants, sometimes it means what Allah loves. And sometimes it means what Allah wills

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and if Allah subhanaw taala says that he wants to misguide, then that's what He wills but he doesn't love And if Allah azza wa jal says he wants for the religion to be easy for you, and that is what Allah azza wa jal loves, for the religion to be easy for you.

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Now the question is, why does Allah will things that he doesn't love? Why does Allah not will things that he loves alone? Why does Allah will for things to happen that he doesn't love? In general, we don't use the word why when it comes to Qatar, like we don't use the word how when it comes to Allah's leaves and attributes. So just like we don't say about Allah's names and attributes, how we don't say about Qatar, why, but here, this is answered by Allah so we can we can ask this question, why does Allah create something? Why does Allah azza wa jal will something that he doesn't love it? And the answer to this is that Allah azza wa jal tells us about this. Allah subhanaw taala. He says,

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for example, Allah says Hickmott one barely further to the nose. Allah has infinite wisdom.

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And Allah subhanaw taala says, well I kin Allah have Baba la como Iman was a Yahoo physical Rubicon worker hate a common COFRA word for so called ACCION. Hola, aka Homer Rashi. Do it favela mean Allah He went mo Allahu Allah even Hakim. Allah says that you just Allah Who made you love Iman and made it beautiful

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to your hearts and it's Allah Who made you hate disbelief and defines disobedience? It is those who are the rightly guided as a grace from Allah their blessing wala who are Limon Hakim, Allah knows who to give that to and Allah is all wise in who he guides and who he misguides subhanaw taala

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so Allah azza wa jal does not create evil for the sake of it. That is the meaning of the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Chevrolet said in a fake evil is not attributed to you. Evil is not attributed to you. The meaning of evil is not attributed to you. You do not create evil for the sake of it. Because that is another thing that's just a joke and again, and Allah azza wa jal said EFA has ever come and Namaha canal como aberta wanna come? Elena? Let's watch out. Do you think that we created you as a joke? As a gay? Oh, everything has a purpose. Every time Allah azza wa jal decrees for something bad to happen there is a reason and a purpose. Sometimes we

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understand that reason. Immediately. Sometimes we understand that reason, over time. Sometimes that reason remains with Allah azza wa jal for example, at the time when Adam is removed from gender I got a note to say that I can continue until nine o'clock

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it's not

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going to help that much but inshallah let's try.

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So when Adam left Jen, this is something bad right? Allah did not love Allah loves for Allah for Adam to remain from the people of Jana. But Allah decreed for Adam to leave Jana and Allah accepted his repentance

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for tele ca at the moment Rob de kedi, Martin fertile valley Allah accepted his repentance that tells us it was a sin. It was something bad Allah doesn't love it.

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All of us now can come up with at least 10 reasons why there was a wisdom in what Adam what happened to add all of us can come up with knowing Allah being tested in this world. Adam being forgiven Adam going to a place in Jannah that is greater than the place that he came from the fact that his offspring would be practicing Islam and would be given the religion of Islam and the fact that they would come to know Allah and the fact that they will learn the lesson from Adam and they will keep away from sin and repent to Allah and and and it

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Given okay and brings it to like something like 40 or more reasons that he brings why of the wisdom behind Adam leaving gender. That is just one example because we can have some perspective and the time has passed and we can read the ayat. And we can kind of see Yeah, there was a I can understand that. But in reality, the things that happen to us today, we cannot put it into context, we cannot imagine what will lead us to tomorrow what leads us to the next day. So in reality, you have to accept that Allah has a wisdom and Allah does not create evil as a joke or a game or a play. Rather Allah creates everything for a reason and a purpose that is with him so proud of that. And one of

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those purposes that is very important because I believe this is the root of atheism. In all honesty, the root of atheism, in my view is two things. Atheism comes from not believing in product and it comes from a textbook arrogance, because I have not met an atheist, nor have I seen in all the interviews of atheists, except that they have these two things, they don't believe in powder. They have a problem with Qatar to me the the concept of Qatar they I do not understand why has Allah guided them and not me an arrogance.

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That being said,

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the next stage among the stages, or the next issue we have to deal with before we move to the stage is another issue. That is why is guidance and Miss guidance from Allah. So there is a principle Akari that you can write it's very nice.

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This principle it says in Allaha, yFT mania shirt, near matter minhwa formula. What you will do will make your shirt Hickmott and Minwoo idler

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can catch on the video later because we struggle on time to repeat it. But Allah guides who he wants as a grace and a favor. So if we understood that guidance from Allah is a grace and a fever from Allah, for Allah may Allah He, whenever it's a grace and a fever, we understood that Allah can give guidance to anyone who wants because it's a gift. You don't deserve it. I don't deserve it. Nobody here deserves it. You will not enter Jannah because of your deeds call the weather until our soul Allah they said Not even your messenger of Allah He said not even me unless ALLAH encompasses me with his mercy,

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not even me. So none of us go to Jannah because of our deeds deserving and in the place that Allah gives you in general. Rather the deeds are the keys to Allah's mercy, by which Allah azza wa jal gives a person their position in paradise.

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That being understood, gender is a gift from Allah. Guidance is a gift from Allah. And Allah has the right to give that gift to anyone who wants. It's not a wage. If Allah azza wa jal wants to give it to someone and not someone else. That's his right however, What did Allah say? Well Allah who are Limon hacky. Allah doesn't give it randomly even though he has every right to give it to anybody he wants. He doesn't. He, with His infinite knowledge and infinite wisdom, selects those people who are grateful for it la sallahu be ILM a be shackling isn't it Allah Who Knows Best? Who will be grateful?

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Then the person asked What about misguidance because many of the people they said we can understand guidance, it's a gift from Allah. Allah gives it to whoever he wants, we get it, but I cannot get my head around misguidance I believe the best explanation of misguidance is an iron sword or an arm well, Allah azza wa jal says, well, oh, Tara is looking for iron now.

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If you could see when they were held over the fire

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call Yeah, lay tena and all that. They said, how we wish we could be returned. Well, I know the EBIT. Rabina when I couldn't I mean, we need we will never deny the Ayat of Our Lord we will be from the beliefs and Allah azza wa jal he tells us but Allah McHenry phone I'm in Kabul, what would do to Lima and who am who are in now in the caribou. Rather they have exposed what they kept hidden before. And if we return them to this earth, they would do the same thing again. And they are the liars. So imagine this the people of the Hellfire that Allah misguided when they are in the Hellfire they beg Allah to be sent back to this. And they promise Allah Oh ALLAH if you take us out of the

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fire, we promise you Ya Allah, we will believe in you. And Allah says if I returned them they would not believe so that means that their claim that they want to be taken out of the fire is alive. It's just an excuse. They just want the punishment to be removed, but they have no intention of believing in Allah at all.

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Well, a would do to the man who

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Whew, I'm they will just go back into the same thing again, we're in the home locality. So the person who is in that situation, who even in the Hellfire begs Allah to take them out. But even then he's not being sincere to Allah. Does this person not deserve to be misguided? Certainly they do. Allah misguides out of justice and wisdom. So Allah's guidance is a grace and a favor, and his misguidance is justice and always to the fourth monitor back from the morality of Kedah is a Hulk, that every single thing in this universe, whether objects or actions,

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of course, we've already spoken about the Quran being the speech of Allah hieromonk look. So we're not talking about the Quran, the kalam of Allah

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the things that are in this universe from statements and actions, with the exception of the Quran, she's spoken about.

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This is from the creation of Allah Azza.

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Wa Allahu Hala kako woman a time Allah created you and Allah created, the things that you make here. Time Alone here means the things that you fashion, prove your hands. But in any case, the evidence is the same, that Allah created you and Allah created your actions. Here, there is a final question that people could ask. And that question is, if Allah created me and my actions, why am I responsible for the actions that I took?

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And the answer to that is that Allah creating two ways.

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If you think about the ways that Allah created Adam,

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color cause Mintu robbing from makalah who can fail?

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He created him from dirt from dust, and he said being is

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and you think about the way that Allah created you and I, we came from our parents, Allah azza wa jal created our in our parents the ability to have children. Does that make sense? Allah created our parents with the ability to have children. So sometimes Allah creates directly and sometimes Allah creates indirectly, directly like Adam, Allah created Adam.

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directly with his two hands as Allah azza wa jal said,

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As for you and I we were created indirectly by Allah giving the ability to have children to our parents.

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And your actions are like that. Allah azza wa jal creates your actions by giving you the ability to perform

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and creating within you the abilities to stand to speak, to sit to think Allah azza wa jal created those abilities within you. And so you are responsible for how you exercise that ability that Allah has given you. But all of it comes into the creation of Allah, whether directly in the sense that Allah azza wa jal create something from nothing directly, or whether Allah azza wa jal create something by giving his creation, the ability

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to have it or the ability to do it.

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So that explains that our actions belong to us.

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And they are ours and we're responsible for our own actions. But Allah subhanaw taala is the creator of everything called Eco condition, the creator of every single thing, what should be the conclusion of that belief in Qatar? What should be the conclusion of it, the conclusion of all of it should be very simple. Number one, that you need Allah because you cannot choose Gender for yourself. You cannot choose for yourself righteous actions, you cannot choose for yourself Allah's mercy, you need Allah's help to give that to you. The second thing is that Allah has promised that help to the people who work hard. So you should work hard and not be lazy. If you listen to the belief in Qatar,

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and your conclusion is that you should be lazy and sit back and if Allah wanted to give me mercy, you would have given it to me, then this is a misunderstanding of God or if a person on the other hand,

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if a person

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if a person on the other hand, they took from Canada, that we are forced all of us to do haram, and that it's not my choice, they also didn't understand Qatar property. The person who understood Qatar is the one who takes responsibility for their actions, the one who works hard and the one who knows that they need Allah's help to be able to achieve it.

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Allah He even with this we reached up to line 21

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Wallahi I personally think that it's better that we stop there on line 21 And in sha Allah hooter Allah on the video will finish from line 22 To line 33 Inshallah, what I will do though is briefly very briefly just the translation give you what he said in the rest of the point, because I just want you to have it as so work in two minutes of what he said in the remaining lines of the point.

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So, for example, do you have the translation you can read for us or not?

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And I just make tarot cards on it, just make a few small points about it.

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I'd say Allah that greatly moved from of His grace, out of the fire people burned severely who will then be tossed

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to go in going into the river and through those when they will regain life by its water, like a sea taken by a flood that comes and wipes things away with abundant water. So what are we taught that Allah azza wa jal by His grace will take some people out of the fire and put them into agenda and they are are sought and many are sought and more hated. They are the believers, the people upon Tawheed, who committed big sins, they were put into the fire and Allah azza wa jal, by His grace and by other means, and Allah subhanaw taala by the intercession of certain people by the decision of the prophets or even salatu salam, by the intercession of the angels by the intercession of the

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believers and by His grace alone will remove from the hellfire. Those people who worship to Allah alone, even though they committed horrendous and terrible sins, those people will be put into a river from the rivers overdose and this will bring them back to life like the sea that is carried along by the flood water. Now, surely the messenger for low intercede for the creation of speak about punishment as the grave knows truth made clear, okay. Then he talks about the intercession of the prophets Allah Allahu Allahu wa salam, and the intercession of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is of many different types. There are different intercessions but the greatest of them is a

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Shiva to Ozma the great intercession which is the intercession that for the day of judgment to begin when the people go from profit to profit, and they ask for them to help them and they don't find anyone until they come to the profit side. Somebody says and Allah, this is for me, and then Allah azza wa jal inspires him with some words of praise. And he asks Allah for the judgment to begin, and everyone both believers and disbelievers praise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for this intercession by the permission of Allah azza wa jal, and there are other intercessions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well now, do not make to pray, even if they commit sins,

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since all of them commit sins. Well, whether or not this room forgives gracious, do not make take fear of the people who pray here. This is a shout on Isla ADA Kufri Tarik is Salah, that the one who leaves the prayer is a disbeliever and there's a matter of discernment a difference of opinion among that in that issue. However, the strongest opinion is, as the prophet sighs I've said I've actually been in Albania, Hans Salah from Antarctica health care for the difference between us and them is the prayer and whoever leaves the prayer has disbelieved. But those who pray, do not declare them to be disbelievers because of sins that they do. Because Allah subhanaw taala is the one who forgives

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and all of us commit sins now, hold the belief

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for a physician, those who desire it, and it is destructive. Do not hold the opinion of the holodeck here. This is the old coverage, the opinion of the old Lenny the Howard bridge. And he there are many things that define this group. But from one of the main things that defines the holodeck is the belief that the person who does a major sin will be in the Hellfire forever. The person who does and they're not alone in that tomorrow Tesla follow them in that but with slightly different energy than what Tesla had a slightly different wording. They said in this world. They are neither Muslim nor are they careful. But in the in the hereafter. They're in hellfire forever. So both of them are

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The Hermitage both of them

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took the opinion that the person who does a major sin is from the people of the Hellfire forever. And this is only from their desires and also from the actions of the house, which is this rebellion against the Muslim ruler, and other beliefs that are unique to them that we will talk about when we come to explain the data shall not be merged with religion emerges joking about the religion. The mortgagee, the mortgagee, are those people who take out actions from email or they say that Eman does not go up and down. So the more Jia they are those who remove actions from Iman, we just can take two, three minutes just to finish the quick explanation. They take actions out of email. So

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they say that your actions don't affect your

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iman. And that your Eman is like a light switch on or off. That's it either you have it either you don't. And they say that the Eman of you and the man of the prophets lie Selim is the same.

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This belief is very common in our day to in our time today among many Muslims without realizing it, people fall into it. So you hear people saying you know, don't judge me you only Allah knows the Imam that is in my heart and things like this other NFHS at MOCA Salah and Sadio jessieville cooler weather fecit Ephesus justice Kula Allah here. If your heart is corrupt your whole bodies and actions of corrupt a person cannot see a man is full in my heart. And they also say Eman lie as either well I am because it doesn't go up and it doesn't go down. These people in reality play with their religion. Why? Because once you say to somebody that your actions don't affect your Eman, you

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open up the door for them to do every haram Why would you stop doing haram? Drink alcohol your Eman is full commit Zina your Eman is full lie about Allah your Eman is full. So if somebody does that, then in reality you're playing with your religion because there's no nothing left which is haram. And that's why I believe that example you can really understand the most from is the Christians today go and see the Christian God and ask Him what is haram in your religion? Nothing. There is no food, no drink, no action, no sin, not even believing in Jesus is not even considered to be from the soul of the Imam. They don't even have any single thing left because they are the origin of this

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Ilja. This merger this idea that Eman doesn't go up and down and everyone's Eman is the same. They said if you say I'm a Christian, doesn't matter what haram you do in your life, your Camila image your Eman is full and these people follow them in that

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what called enamel email and say Eman consists of statements in tension. According to the explicit sin of the project. Eman is made up of what a man is made of statements of your heart which is your Aqeedah statements of your term which is professing your Akita on the tongue. It's made up of actions of the heart like loving Allah and fearing Allah. It's made of actions like the tongue, actions of the tongue like vicar and reading the Quran and actions of the limbs. These are actions of statements of the heart statements of the tongue actions of the heart actions of the tongue and actions of the limbs all of them are a part of your Eman as is clearly explained, none decreases

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sometimes due to disobedience and sometimes because the agency grows and under scaling without weight, sometimes it decreases because of disobedience and it decreases and increases because of obedience to Allah. So Eman goes up and down. And keep yourself from the opinions of people and their stances since the stance of the Messenger of Allah is fitting your contract manager. So here he talks about not taking your Aqeedah from array not taking your RT different people's opinions and thoughts. But you take your Aqeedah from where what he mentioned in the beginning, Thomas said we have any law whatsoever in Hooda Walla Walla tech will be there even the negative from the Quran and

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the Sunnah now and do not be those who play games with the religion attacking the people of Hadith and environment. And there's no doubt that nobody reviles the people of Hadith except for us indeed, except for someone and that's why it was said to Al Imam Ahmed and others that so on So reviles the people of Hadith and speaks bad about the people of Hadith. He said Xin, Deacons in deacons indeed, he is a heretical, heretical retic nobody speaks bad about the people of Hadith. The people who stick to the Sunnah and the Hadith, except for a heretic, and that's why again, as I said, you find in all of these toa if you find them, reviving the Sahaba, you also find them reviving the people of

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Hadith. They criticize Buhari they have bad things to say about the scholars of Hadith. Every time they mentioned the scholars of Hadith, their chest become tight, because they don't like what is narrated.

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In the Hadith, and what is narrated in Hadith goes against the madhhab. So if you see somebody criticizing people who follow the Sunnah no this person is as Indian as a heretic. If you keep the belief contained within this point or your life or my companion you will be upon goodness day and night. Either an attack on Daheia Asahi Fanta Allah hiring to be towards the sphere, if you take this point and you implement it all of your life your site hate means you're so happy and yeah, so happy my company if you take this you will be upon good all night and all day and when you go to bed and when you wake up in the morning, and that's our archy that is something that is one of the

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meanings of the word Arcadia is and melasma something just stuck to all the time and you hold on to it. So that was not an explanation of the last parts but just to sort of just to take a little bit of it so maybe someone will go and not watch any more of it and they will at least understand the last points that were made, but inshallah who to add what we will do on the YouTube channel, Mohammed Tim, we will finish off the point inshallah to Allah maybe by next week. Haha Allahu Allah wa salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ah, Marina my apologies for delaying you guys from salata, Asia.

of Ibn Ab Dwood in Aqeedah

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