Tim Humble – The Saved Sect – Aqeedah

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of belief in Islam, its use in political and cultural settings, and its significance in various religious and political settings. They also touch on the history of belief that individuals should leave their belief and ignore others' claims, as well as the use of words like "naarrated liked" in various settings, including religion. The importance of purifying beliefs and bringing them back to the Prophet sallal is emphasized, along with the use of language in media and media, including the Akita of the Bible and Sunents. The speakers stress the importance of researching the authenticity of statements and experiences to determine if they are true.
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sciences, and it's made up of different parts.

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So, this religion of Islam, for example, sometimes you come together and you study Tafseer. For example, tafsir is a science from the sciences of Islam.

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And sometimes you come together and you study for example, fifth, you study the laws relating to halal and haram and what is obligatory upon you and what is forbidden, and what is recommended and what is disliked. And sometimes we come together to study the Sierra of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and sometimes we come together to study the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The topic that we're going to be discussing today is a topic that has a few different names. Among the scholars are those who call it the topic of Eman of faith and creed. Among them are those who call it the topic of alphacool, Akbar, the greater fic any the great

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understanding of the religion. Among them are those who call it the topic of acto hate, the Oneness of Allah. And among them are those who call it the topic of who saw the deal the foundations of the religion, and among them are those who call it in Malarkey, that the knowledge of creed, what a Muslim believes, and what you hold to be true in your heart, giving truth to the speech of Allah azza wa jal and the statements of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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We also going to cover a little bit on the topic of Al Philip, what if the rock the topic of the existence of different groups and methodologies, and how the OMA has broken up and how we can stay safe at the end of the day, this is meant to be a practical lesson, not a theoretical one in sha Allah, how can we keep ourselves safe? And how can we keep ourselves upon the creed of the messenger? sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So that being said, insha, Allah, who Tada we're going to start with a little bit of terminology. Now have you guys heard the famous statement? Law? Moshe, Hatoful, istilah.

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It doesn't matter what terminology people use. We're all talking about the same thing.

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I actually liked the statement of Abraham Rahim Allah Allah He said something very powerful. He said, Well istilah had to learn Moshe has he has either LM tatata Min Max said, he said different people using different terminologies. There is no real harm in that. As long as it doesn't lead to something negative. So let me give you an example of the terminology which leads to something negative. If we take alcohol, and we call it nappies, we call it like, fruit juice or something like that. That's a negative thing, right? It's giving people the wrong impression. But if for example, one of us calls a topic aqidah and the other one calls it Iman, and the other one calls it who saw

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the sunnah or Sula, de all of that in sha Allah La Moshe heterophylla. There is no issue about it. There is no concern about it. There isn't anything in sha Allah to be worried about these terminologies that ancient scholars of all the the scholars of the earliest times used to use.

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As for the word itself, if we use the word aqidah, what does this word mean in the Arabic language? So generally it comes with the meaning of the word out rub, tying something together.

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You all heard the idea in which Allah azza wa jal says women shattered enough 30 feet

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from the from the evil of those people who blow onto the knots.

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So come stay with the meaning of time.

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And it comes with a meaning of a covenant. Because Allah subhanahu wa to Allah says, Yeah, you Halina L for biller or code, or could say root letters.

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And it comes with a meaning of melasma consistency and continuation.

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We say aka their color. Who are they? The person's heart was set on it. Well levena aka that a man who comes to Him now see

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those who you have bound your oats to give them that share. And it comes with the meaning of at Kochi. Emphasis. As a person says, Tell Masekela you made the problem complicated. And Allah azza wa jal Says law you are free don't come Allah who will love with a mani Kampala Can you please welcome Bhima tumoral. Amen.

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Allah will impose blame upon you for what you certainly intended.

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So these words all come together to give us an understanding of something that we are tied to something we are committed to something we are certain about something that we stick to continuously and regularly, from the moment that we learn a principle or we learn an idea or a hadith, until the moment that we die. We remain firm, and consistent and continuous upon it. in a technical sense, the word Aqeedah can be used for the belief of any group, whether connected to Islam, or unrelated to it, you can talk about the aqidah of the Christians that are either of the Orthodox, the Aqeedah of the Hindus, you can talk about any, the word just means the set of beliefs that people hold that

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make them who they are. But of course, it's not their beliefs we want to talk about today, we didn't come to talk about Christianity or any other religion, we came to talk about the beliefs that make you the Muslim that you are

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the beliefs that are specific to Islam. Now, let me ask you a question. If I were to ask you, describe for me define for me? What do you think? Are the beliefs that make you who you are as a Muslim? What are the beliefs that define you as a Muslim?

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Just have a think about it yourself. Just let the question go around your head. What beliefs define me as a Muslim? You might say, for example, the six pillars of iman, and taught me my beloved one, Allah Ekati. What could you be he was also the HE WILL yo mill. He will and taught me Neville Kadri hiree. Where Shari,

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that I believe in Allah. I believe in the angels. I believe in the Scripture. I believe in the prophets, I believe in the last day, and I believe in the divine decree the good of it and the bad. Would it be fair to say that this is the majority of the beliefs that make you a Muslim? Would that be fair to say? I think it would be fair to say that the majority of the beliefs that define you as a Muslim, they come within the six pillars of Eman? What did the prophets Allah Allahu Allah usnm say about these pillars? Didn't he say I talcum Gibreel Gibreel came to you. You I Lemo come all identical. He came to teach you the matters of your religion, that your religion all comes back to

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this your religion or comes back to the matter of believing in Allah properly and correctly. Believing in the angels properly and correctly, believing in the Scripture Prophet properly and correctly, believing in the last day properly and correctly, believing in the divine decree and the prophets and so on every one of them properly and correctly

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and believing in the divine decree the good of it and the bad of it with the right belief properly and correct. This is what makes you the Muslim that you are

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And this is what separates you from other beliefs, not only outside of Islam, but inside of Islam as well. So for example, we have Muslims in the world today who don't believe, for example, that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as an example, we have people who attribute themselves to Islam, but they don't believe Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the last and final prophet, for example. Could that person be a Muslim? No, even if they attribute themselves to Islam, and even if they say, I'm a Muslim, they couldn't be right. So this issue is what defines you among the Muslims. And what defines you with regard to other religions that exist? What makes you different

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from for example, a Christian? For example, what Carlota ha Allahu Allah Subhana.

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they said Allah took a sun, Exalted is Allah, for high is Allah above that.

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Everything in the heavens and the earth belongs to him,

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all of them, submitting to him. So Allah subhanaw taala told us

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the belief of a different group of people, and he told us our belief and what it should be.

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But is it true to say that the Six Pillars of iman represent every single thing that a Muslim has to believe? Or are there other beliefs mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah when we go through them, that are also important, there are other beliefs, we could slip them into the Six Pillars of Imam. For example, as a let me give you an example, our belief about the Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu

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our belief that the Sahaba ra the Allahu Anhu were righteous. Our belief that the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu Allah promised them paradise, our belief that the Sahaba ra the Allahu Anhu. All of them were beloved to Allah azza wa jal, and all of them were trustworthy and righteous. Is that not part of what we would say defines us as a Muslim? Doesn't it separate us from another group of people who might claim Islam for themselves? It does, right. So these beliefs, these beliefs that come from the Quran, and the Sunnah are not which the early Muslims agreed upon. They are what define you as a Muslim. And they are what separates you from other religions and separate you from other groups

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inside of Islam.

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In perhaps if we can just kill that speaker.

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So if this is the case,

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if this is the case, maybe we can take from the importance of Aqeedah. Maybe as it relates to the importance of Aqeedah we can take a point, our key that is what defines you as a Muslim. And it's what separates you from other religions, and it's what separates you from other groups within Islam. Now, I'm not talking about right and wrong here. I'm not talking about who is right or who's wrong. Anybody is actually that separates them. Even the wrong belief separates the people from the right belief. So this is a part of why it is so important.

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As for the use of this word in the Sunnah at deryni Rahim Allah hooter Allah narrated in his Sunon from ze hypnotherapy team, wrote the Allahu and that he heard the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, ly Turkey to caribou Muslim in Allah Salah TK Salim Elijah. Hello, Jana. Call the call tomorrow Hoonah color a flower so Emily when Nancy had to leave wallets in Emery will resume will Jana, for in. He said for in doubt where to whom to hail to woman while our outcome occurred.

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If we could get one of the volunteers just to sort this out for me, please. The speaker

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there is no Muslim heart that has the Aqeedah Yeah, Turkey do it has the Aqeedah of three attributes, except that they will enter paradise. Zaid said I said what are they? He said sincerity and action, sincere advice in those in authority and sticking to the GEMA for if you call the leaders to truth you encompass those who are behind them. I had a question about this hadith. Do you think that this hadith, the word aqidah that comes here? Yeah, I totally do. It comes with the full meaning that we described or it comes with a part of it.

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It comes with a part of it right

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It doesn't come with the meaning of the pillars of Eman and the angels and the books. It comes with a part of that meaning. So the meaning here is close to the linguistic meaning your heart is settled upon it and you are firm upon it. You are stuck to it. It defines who you are. So holding on to it.

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Abu ERBE et al Qasim IGNOU Sallam he said for Admiral hull bill at heart. He said the actions of the heart are your Arcada. Again, do you think that this statement is a comprehensive term for al Qaeda? I think here it's still somewhat, it's still somewhat linguistic. It's still not quite the full meaning. So when do we start to get the full meaning perhaps we can say among the first of the people is Abu Jaffa. Mohammed Taha, we the illustrious Imam Rahima hula hula Allah. He died 321 After the Hijrah

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when he said in his aqidah al Qaeda to Taha he said, harder the crew by an ERP that he actually Sunette he Well, Gemma, Allah Madhavi fuqaha il Mila at the honey certain Norman Abney, Sabatini coffee, whatever your sofa Jacoba bunny Ibrahim, and I'm sorry, we're at the Abdullah he Mohammed the bill hassling che Bernie Ridwan. Hola Hey, H ma main one i taki doing I mean also the Dean where you where do you want to be here Rob Bell and I mean

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this is one of the first times that we have this word being used in its full meaning here

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at the how he says this is the Aqeedah of the Sunnah well Gemma as to how he says it. This is the Aqeedah of the Sunnah wal Jamaah upon the madhhab of the fuqaha of this religion, Abu Hanifa and Norman Ibni therapeutical, Kofi and Abu Yusuf, more Abu Yusuf Ibrahim Al Ansari and Abdullah Abdullah Mohammed bin Hassan a che baddie may Allah be pleased with them all one yeah Turkey doing I mean also the Dean the points from the foundations of the religion that they had as their Aqeedah way I didn't want to be here up but I mean, and that which they come close to Allah in worship with.

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So this is one of the examples Aberhart him a Razzie Rahim Allah to Allah 327. After the heat EULA, he used it. Allah Allah ke after that, I'll be happy 458 After the Hegira all of them use this word like this. But this wasn't the only word that the scholars of that time used to how we chose it. He called it Arcada. And he said yeah, Turkey doing this is the archy that that Abu Hanifa had.

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But others use other words, from the words that they used is the word apt to hate. Who used this word? I tell hate? Who used this word.

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A number of different scholars use this word.

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A number of them wrote for example, Kitab AKto hate by Ben Hosanna. For example, he wrote a book he called it Kitab to hate and others among the scholars of the early times who use this word. So what does this word mean then how is it different from the word Aqeedah so it comes from what whether you were hate Otto Haider and it means to make something one ought to believe something to be one is this mentioned in the Hadith? Yes, we have the hadith of Jagger in Sahih Muslim for her love it to hate, let bake Allah Humala bake let Baker Shani color color bake the profits I'm called out with the words of towhead let bake Allah mela bake or Allah I have answered your call. Let thy color

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Shetty kala kala bake I have answered your call there is no partner with you.

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As for the technical depth, it is to testify that no one deserves to be worshipped except Allah. And this can be seen from the hadith of Ma deputy Jebel Radi Allahu, in which the prophets lie Selim said he said in their Kotaku demo either coalmine, Al Kitab failure couldn't outward Teddy rowhome la and you were hate Allah. Or he said either. You are hate Allah. You are going this is in Sahih Bukhari you are going to a people of the book, let the first thing that you call them to be the Tao hate of Allah and the Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari let the first thing you call them to be that tau hate of Allah. Another Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari with a slightly different wording Velia Khun Ella

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Ay Ay, ay, bad that Allah. Let the first thing you call them to be worshipping Allah. What does that tell you? Two Hadith in Bukhari from the same Sahadi one of them says to hate, and one of them says a bad, what does that tell you? That the understanding of tau hate that was present among the Sahaba and those who came after them in the early times, is that the meaning of Tao Hadees if fragola had been a bet, it is to single out Allah in a bad in worship and that's why the two narrations came with alternative wordings and you were

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a that Allah to make to hate of Allah and to worship Allah alone.

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Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah to Allah remember he died 150 years after the Hydra he said what Allah who you mean Allah Allah mean SL li NL s fella lays them in Worcester Ruby Yeti well oh here TV Sheikh, Abu Hanifa Allah here Rahmatullah. He said, Allah is made to our to above, not below, when you make dua to Allah, Allah is above not below, because being underneath has nothing to do with our robo BIA or an ALU here, it has nothing to do with Lordship, and it has nothing to do with worship. This is an alpha of salt, a poverty he also said commenting on the ISI Anahola either ILAHA in Allah was still fiddly, then Nick, when he moved meaning that will mean that he said regarding this is for

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Allah Mia Mohammed. And now hula Buddha tambellini oltre slow for Allah Who here were Jews who like our little hulky that who Illa Allah lady will who are hardly cool. Hello. We're Maliko coolie che? Yeah, de Nola hobo robe. Obeah cool. Lumen Duna

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a Tabari. When did that poverty die 310 years after the age of 30. He said no Muhammad, there is no object of worship that is befitting or deserving of being worshipped or it is allowed for the creation to worship except Allah, the One who is the creator of creation and the sovereign of everything. And every one submits to His Lordship

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will also bring the statement about the how when did the how your hammer Allah Allah died 321 After the Hydra, he said continuing on in his Acadia from Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah Allah Allah He said, Now call or feito ad la Hema Kadena petofi Akela in hola Hawa, hate to lash Eddie Keller whether che or Miss Liu wa che at your chisel Wallah either have a euro. Many of us memorize this, if you haven't is a very good method to memorize Nikita Talia. He said we say about the Tauheed of Allah, with our Aqeedah more attack Kadena with that with the help of Allah, that Allah is one he has no partner. There is nothing like him. Nothing can escape him and nothing deserves to be worshipped except him.

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What is the opposite then of toe hate? Because we're just talking about names for Eman and Tauheed and our key then or Sula, Dean? We're talking about this subject trying to get an understanding of where it's taken us. The opposite of it is a shift right?

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The opposite of it is a shift. Did Allah azza wa jal say in the Houma you Shrek Pilla, the cut how Ramallah who are the hill Jana? Wha wha hoo. Now what am I literally mean I mean unsolved, whoever makes a partner with Allah, Allah made Jana haram for them. And their place will be the hellfire, and they will not have besides Allah, any helper for the oppressive people.

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Why am I mentioning this? I'm trying to tell you the importance of the subject. It's so important that Allah said if you make a mistake in it, and you worship other than Allah to god, how am Allah Who are they he'll Jana, Allah made gender haram. For them. Allah said to our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what occurred? Oh, here la Kawa either ladies I mean cuddly Kela in Ashlock.

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Well, that's a corner nominal hot CD. By the law ha good. We're coming to Shaqiri Allah azza wa jal said, we certainly revealed to you O Muhammad, and we revealed to the prophets who came before you that if you made a partner with Allah, we would have destroyed your deeds and you would have been from the losers. So worship Allah and be from those who are grateful

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Subhan Allah, Allah would have destroyed all of the good deeds

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Have our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if he had made a partner with Allah, and that shows you how serious this topic is, from that which shows you how serious this topic is, is the statement of Ibrahim that Allah told us about in the Quran what is called the Ebola Ebola Big Al hurdled Bella Amina, was nobody we're Baniya and nabooda, Laos Nam, keep me and my children away from worshipping idols. So this is something of great importance my brothers and sisters. Why I'm telling you this is so you appreciate how serious this issue is? And how vital this subject is. And maybe you question why is this subject not being given the importance that it should be given? Because Wallah he there

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is no subject more important than the topic of Eman Arcada, and also the Dean because this is the difference between Jana and Johanna.

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And it is the difference between Islam and disbelief and it is the thing which Allah subhanho wa Taala will not accept any a bada without it.

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As we have heard in this ayat, so let's just give a brief explanation what is shake? I think to be honest, one of the best definitions that I like for it

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and use refer the lady Lahemaa who were matched to her Killa min Ruby yet in what oh, here at NY SMA in wasI. Fat, this is a good definition

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that you divert something that is Allah's right alone. You divert something that is Allah's right alone, whether to do with his Lordship to do with his worship, or his names and attributes, you give it to someone else, something that is Allah's right alone, and you give it to someone else, for example, it is Allah's right alone for such the right are we as Muslims allowed to make such data other than Allah we're not allowed to make such data other than Allah right. If you saw someone making such data to a tree or an idol or something like that, or making sensitive to a picture, you would be you would physically stop them from doing it. You would make income or sheltered income the

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the more strong kind of rebuke for them.

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So if a person diverts the search that is only for Allah to other than Allah, they have given something that was only for Allah to someone else.

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And Allah azza wa jal, he told us

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that the one who makes a partner with him in Allah, Allah young Pharaoh, and you Shaka the way out Pharaoh, ma dunya, daddy carry mega SHA, Allah doesn't forgive you to make a partner with him. But he forgives whatever is less than that, for whoever He wills. I wanted to just take a moment if I may. Just as a side point, sometimes we break for a little side point. How did people start worshipping other than Allah because Adam came to the earth. And Adam, who did you worship? Allah right? Everyone agrees Adam alayhi salatu salam, he worshiped Allah and Adams children, they worshipped Allah and their children. They worshipped Allah, and their children worshipped Allah I

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shudder to call for 10 generations. This is in a hadith the hadith is narrated by a headband

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at the alma mater of the Allah Who and he asked the Prophet sighs how many hours will Allah and there be Yun Khanna Adam? was Adam a prophet? Carla McCallum Allah spoke to him. Call for cam can that be now who are they in and how much was between Adam and Nora? Call Asha.

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There were 10 generations

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the Hadith narrated by a headband and Al Hakim. And he said So when Allah Sheltie Muslim, and their hubby agreed with him.

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So what happened at the lighting Ibis narrates in a long Hadith, but I'm just going to summarize it for you. With regard to the statement of Allah azza wa jal were called who were called who later had to come? Well, I don't know I don't want to

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go away aware.

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They said Don't leave your gods. And don't leave what or Sua or Yahoo and Yahoo kanessa. Abdullah Abbas.

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He narrated the summary of which is that these were righteous people.

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And these righteous people, what happened to them is they passed away and when they passed away what happened shapen came to the people and said, you don't want to forget these people. They will only up they will righteous men. You don't want to forget them. Make a picture by which you can remember these people.

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And later the picture became a statue and the statue became worship.

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Look at how the shape on took them dava cat Yanni down the stairs step by step by step through what through L Hulu Wolf is slightly exaggerating about righteous people, making putting righteous people too much. That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Don't exaggerate about me like the Christians exaggerate about Abraham Maria and his solemn. So say I am Abdullah, you are a Zulu. I am the slave of Allah and His messenger. The scholars they say abdomen fella, you're but he's a servant. So he's never worshipped, what are sold on Fela eurosla And he's a Rasool so we never disobey Him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it came to the people in what? Hulu for slightly

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exaggerating about righteous people and just bringing it too far and exaggerating too much about the righteous people until they ended up being an object of worship besides Allah subhanho wa Taala

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from the words which the scholars use is the word Eman. And this is the oldest word to refer to Aqeedah that is used in the Quran and the Sunnah.

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What does it mean in Arabic? To me that word Eman? It's not just plastic. It's not just believing.

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It's not just believing. It is something which requires affirmation. It is belief and affirming and acting and implementing that belief.

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It is the things that you believe in your heart, the actions that you do, the things that you say all of it is a part of your image. And I'm going to talk about a couple of points in that image and reality covers five things. It covers five things a covers, Conan Culp, the scholars they say the statements of the heart this is your arcade and this is what we're talking about here. Aqeedah is Colin Colin what your heart has the statements that are present in your heart. And what else does it cover? It covers our maroon color, the actions of the heart what are the actions of the heart like loving Allah fearing Allah trusting in Allah hoping in Allah these are actions of the heart and the

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statements of the tongue hold only son was cold only son, I heard who Allah ilaha illallah wa shadow under Muhammad Rasool Allah, and it covers I'm an only son the actions of the tongue. What are the actions of the tongue, the actions of the tongue like vicar, like reciting the Quran, like giving the Salaam and it covers

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the actions of the limbs.

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Many of the early scholars they named their books of aqidah books of Eman

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like Abu Aubade Casimiro salaam, he has a book called keytab. Eman ibn Abi Shaybah has a book called keytab. Eman al Buhari also took a book in his site called kitab. Eman so they when they were talking about it, they use the word Iman. Some of them use the word or pseudo Deen. We heard as to how we Rahim Allah Allah Allah in His aqidah when I talkie Duna mean or solely deeds so as to how he calls it or sola deen the fundamentals of the religion and this tells you that the religion is built upon it.

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I will hasten to add chatty Rahim Allah Allah Allah He has a Eban and also the Dianna. Likewise Ibaka has a shuffleboard a burner Allah or Surya had his sunnah and also a sunnah where ethic why it occurred a D by Aberhart him a Razzie, Rahim Allah Who Jamia? These are all people who called Aqeedah with the name also the deed they use the words the fundamentals of the religions. Why are we going through this because we understanding how important it is. If it is the thing which covers toe heel and toe hate is what defines gender from the fire. If it is the key thing which covers the foundations of your religion and your whole religion is built upon it. If it is the thing which you

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are stuck to and tie to and defines you as a Muslim. So we get in the importance of it. And many of them use the word as sunnah. They use the word as sunnah, like or solo sunnah by Imam Ahmed. And who saw the Sunnah, what he called the deen by Abraham Razi as sunnah by an abbey. Assam as sunnah by Al morosi. Sorry, has sunnah by authority and sharper sunnah. biovar Buhari. All of them Rahim Allah Jota al Rahim Allah Allah Allah, they use the word as sunnah for it.

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And Imam Malik Rahim Allah to Allah said a sunnah to me through Safina Tino Moroccan

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by a Niger woman to her lover and her husband. He said the Sunnah is like the ship of newer. Whoever climbs aboard will be saved and whoever stays behind will be destroyed. The Sunnah here he's talking about he's not talking about Sunnah prayers. He's not talking about sunnah actions he's not talking about the miswak. Here is talking about sunnah meaning or sort of deen and the issues of belief.

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Some of the scholars like Al Imam Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah to Allah they use the word Al fickle Akbar. What does that tell you a fickle Akbar. It tells you that the word fit in Islam is a general word for understanding Islam right? Mejuri de la hoopy Hira you forget who did that?

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Manually de la OB hierarchy. You fucker houfy de whoever Allah wants good for he gives him Fick in the religion. He gives him sip. philcare Does it mean Hanafi Maliki chef very humbly. Now it doesn't hear Fick here means comprehensive understanding. So here Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah He divides fic into two FIP When Akbar will fill canasa

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alphacool akbar it is the fifth which is also the Dean aqidah. And the lesser fifth is the fifth of the actions and behaviors. Why is it less because it's important, right? Fifth is extremely important subject. And we know Abu Hanifa is dedication, Rahim Allah toufic. So why is it less important than also the deed? Because ultimately, your Fick is about how you act right? You're learning how to pray and make wudu and fast and none of that will be accepted if you have serious errors in also the deen. Is that clear? For example, if you're making a partner with Allah, you're making dua to other than Allah. It doesn't matter how many times you pray or how good your prayer

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is, it wouldn't be accepted by Allah azza wa jal.

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And we've quoted the evidences for that. So this is all part of understanding how important it is. And some of the scholars they call it a sherry like Jewry Rahim Allah to Allah in his book Kitab a Sharia the whole Sharia they called it like as if it is the whole of Islam. It's the Sharia and he they didn't call it the Sharia to Fick they call it a dino Kulu who won a ticket?

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So from these things, we have taken some importance, we realized that what we're going to talk about is pretty important.

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Allah azza wa jal said Whammer Hurlock tool, Gina Well, INSA Illallah yaku I only created the Djinn and the men to worship me. That's what Allah said right sort of there yet. I only created the jinn and the men to worship me.

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And in the end of sort of the color, What did Allah say Allah who led the Holika saga? At one minute out of the Mr. Han,

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Robaina Honda Lita, Allah, and Allah Allah, Felicia imperdiet. And Allah cut a heart of equally che in en la. Allah created the seven heavens and the earth, the lake of them, his command goes between them so that you may know the whole everything you see outside the heavens, the earth, everything was created for you to know Allah, knowing Allah, which part of Islam does it come into? knowing Allah? Does it come into fic? It doesn't come in the books of

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am I wrong doesn't come in the books of the Mother Hey, the books about Allah's names and attributes and who is Allah and how to get close to Allah, he doesn't come it comes in Aqeedah so this thing that Allah created the heavens and the earth for you to know Him is a topic from the topics of aqidah. Worshiping Allah alone is a topic from the topics of Aqeedah. So Allah created you to worship Him alone. And Allah created the heavens and the earth for you to know Allah to know His names and his attributes. My dear brothers and sisters, how many times in the Quran does Allah talk about Messiah Iman, matters of iman.

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Wala the Quran you can maybe not even find an iron or maybe you can't even find half a page that doesn't talk about the issues of Eman and Aqeedah.

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I'm trying to show the importance of the topic. Look open the Quran. Allah don't don't say Muhammad Tim is saying Open the Quran and find any page you're going to find Allah's names Allah's attributes where can Allah Hoover photo Rahima in Allah semi rally, you're going to find information about Allah and about who Allah is and what Allah does, and his names and attributes and actions. You're going to find this in any part of the Quran. Take the most important surah in the Quran. What is it? Fair to her right Alhamdulillah Hello Bill Alameen or Rahmani? Raheem, Maliki Yomi Deen er, can I put what you can assign

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A dinner Sarah Thomas takim serata Lolita and untidy Himalayan molto Bali. Tell me in this way is that come on Moodle?

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Where is the flick of Tullock where is the issues of a riba buying and selling and the issues of interest and usury is not their soul to Fatiha, which is the most important surah in the whole Quran, all of its cicada about Allah's names and attributes and worshipping Him alone and keeping away from who Lionel McDo will be either in Tallinn who did the Prophet saw I saw him say Allah Toby la Batali Alia who they were Massara so keeping away from the hood in the saga which chapter chapter of Islam does it come into Aqeedah

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it's a matter of our key that not having their aqidah being different from their aqidah the whole of salted Fatiha from beginning to end his Akita Okay, leave sorts of fattier. Let's talk about the greatest idea in the book of Allah. What is the ayah? Allah hula ilaha illa? Who will how you will? Are you

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the greatest idea in the book of Allah, this is from beginning to end, where is the ruling of Salah in it? Where is the number of Rakhi to pray for the hook? Where is the issues of purification or the issues of Hajj or how to fast the greatest idea is Allah has names and attributes there are between item 19 or something like that of Allah has names and attributes that are mentioned in this ayah over and over again a large number in between 10 and 20 a big number of

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a small c factor I mentioned for Allah subhanaw taala does it make sense my brothers and sisters that the greatest idea in the book of Allah was sent down and we don't have any idea what it means. The greatest idea was sent down in the book of Allah and it has no relation to us or no benefit, the greatest Iowa's sent down in the book of Allah and we shouldn't study it because we might get misguided. It doesn't make any sense. The greatest idea in the book of Allah is all about Allah and His names and who he is all of it from beginning to end, the surah that everyone knows the prophets I seldom used to praise and the one who loves it and that Allah loves them. Call who Allah Who Had

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Allah Who Samak LEM nearly to Allah, you will have to welcome here koala who Khufu and

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all of its aqidah

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about who Allah is Allah is One, Allah has no partner. Allah doesn't need everyone and everyone needs him. Allah has never had a son or a child. And Allah subhanaw taala was never born and there is nothing that is similar or equal to Him.

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We all have exactly.

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So we need to know how important this topic is. We can't worship Allah properly, without the right belief in Allah azza wa jal and that's not to detract My dear brothers and sisters from the value of a Tafseer. While Hadith will affect a very important, Jairo. komentar high level Quran Allah Allah, the best of you are those who learn the Quran and teach it.

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We know the virtue of the Hadith, we're going to talk about it later on Inshallah, who to add, we know the virtue of understanding what is permissible and impermissible in this religion. But I'm just showing you that this topic is a topic worthy of our attention, and worthy of us to give it consideration and worthy of us to Give It Thought.

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My dear brothers and sisters, where do we take this Aqeedah from? And here we're going to say something that is going to separate us from some people.

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Because I said to you, our key that I mean, it's a little there is one thing you have to be aware, it separates you, which means that it's going to make you different from someone else.

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Where do we take our aqidah from?

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We take it from Kitab Allah, the book of Allah Azza wa Jalla wa Murthy betterman, Suniti rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and that which is authentically reported from the Sunnah, where the edge Maliki self would OMA and what the earliest Muslims agreed upon. That's what we take our aqidah from. Yes, for sure we have a fitrah. Ma'am, in mold in Illa Illa you will lead to adult fit for every single person is born naturally. That's true. But in general, our sources of aqidah they are the Quran and the authentic sunnah. And what earliest Muslims agreed upon

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the Quran and the Sunnah, and what the early Muslims agreed upon, because you and I all agree everyone in this room agrees the Sahaba were guided right. All of us agree. Hula Iike Latina hat. Hola, Febi Hoda. homothetic they are the ones Allah guided. So take that guidance as your guidance that in Amman will be Mr. de mer.

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are meant to be he forgot the title. What interval Lofa in Mr. Humphrey shake up? What did Allah say, if the new people come to Islam believe the same as the people who are already in Islam, they are rightly guided. And if they turn away, they are only going to be in disarray and disagreement, there are only going to be in disarray. And they're only going to be in disagreement. So we now take our belief, our iman, we understand it from the Quran. And we understand it from the Sunnah of the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, that which is authentic from it. And we understand it from the companions and those who follow them in good.

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That, for me, is a simple concept. I don't think it needs a lot of time. But would you believe there are so many people who would vehemently disagree with you? They would say no, no, no, no, no, no, don't say that. To me. We don't take our key to taking your arcaded from the Quran and the Sunnah. And what the early generations agreed upon this is hardly it is dangerous don't do that.

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Some of them take it from an article.

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They say I'll Akufo canonical they say your intellect has precedence over the Quran.

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To Allah, Allah and Maya who do not own one KB Allah Hi is Allah with what they say? That your intellect takes precedence over the Quran, to the point that I heard one of their Imam say, You people are knuckleheads. Because you take the knuckle, you take the Quran, and you leave the intellect. One your intellect is important. Don't get me wrong, your intellect it guides you and it takes you to understand the Quran. But let me give you an example. One of the scholars gives a beautiful example. Here I am, and I'm sick. I'm not well.

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And I go to someone and say to that person, can you tell me a good doctor? He says, Yeah, sure. There's a good doctor in this city. Just go over and see this good doctor. And this doctor will tell you what you need to do in sha Allah, the medicine you need to take Okay?

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When I go to the doctor, I come back to that man. He says, Did you go to the doctor? I said, yeah, the doctor told me he said don't do it. Don't do that stuff. No, no, don't listen to the doctor.

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Would you do that? You would say who are you? You are just a man and you taught Yes, you showed me the doctor but you can't now tell me not to listen to him. This is the example of the aka your mind your intellect Allah gave it to you and it took you and you understood the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim. But now what you find in the Quran and the Sunnah you don't go back to your intellect and ask, is the Quran Correct? Is the Sunnah Correct? You don't need to go back now you found the truth. That's what you take it from. We don't take it from a vote. What tastes nice and what feels right. When people say look, it just feels right. I worship Allah like this because it

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just feels nice. It feels good. We don't take it from a CSR politics. We don't take it from anywhere other than call Allah will call out Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wa sallam Allah said, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and we understand those things in the light of the early generations.

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Why? Why the sahaba? We said the Quran says that their belief was correct. Okay.

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Why the next generation? Didn't the prophets I seldom see how you will call only a colony from melody Nia Luna, whom Thumbelina you're gonna have? The best generation is my generation, then those who came after and then those who came after them. So we look to the likes of the great Imams of Islam. We ask ourselves What did Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah Allah Allah believe? What did Malik Rahim Allah Allah believe? What did a chef Rahim Allah how to either believe? What did any man made believe? Someone said, Can you mix them like that? Because here we're not talking about film. We're not talking about mazahub. We're not talking about where you put your hands. We're talking about who

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is Allah? We're talking about the angels we're talking about the last day. And what you will find is that by and large, the early generations barely differed with each other in the matters of belief at all. The difference came later on much later on. As it grew in the in the OMA then books were written to correct the people's belief and bring it back to what the prophets Isom taught us what does have a well upon and all of us agree all of us should say that the prophets I send them and the Sahaba they were upon the right way. They were on the right path. So if we can reach that understanding of Allah and we can reach that understanding of the pillars of Eman, then inshallah we

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are going to be on the right path as well. That's what we're striving for. And I'm not here to say to you that I have it. That's not nobody can claim such a thing, but only to say that that's what we should all be working towards. What did Allah tell us? What did the prophets lie Selim, tell us and what did the early most

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hymns agree upon.

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In case you're interested about this issue of using your mind to understand what to believe about Allah. I would like to quote you something from the Imam and the illustrious party Abu Yusuf Jacobina Ibrahim Al Ansari and Hanafi Rahima hula Jota other than the normal student of Abu Hanifa he said we're Keifa Eudora could tow hate Bill Creus. Well, we're hardly could help be healers in Hulk, laser Camus li che on Tabata, Kota Allah. He said, How can you understand to hate through analogy and he through using your brain using your mind

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when Allah is the One who created creation, and He's different from creation, meaning that you can't compare Allah to anything, you can't compare Allah to something because Allah there is nothing like him.

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He said, What called Amara Kola who isoa gel and took me in a be Colima ATAPI Hina bu who sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Karla kuliah Yohannes in new rasool Allah He la comme gemmy Allah de la Hooman. Kusama Wati well armed La ilaha illa who are your where you meet the Amin OB la he was solely Nabi you are me. Allah you may know Billa he will carry Mati he were to be rude, I love him tattered.

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He said, Allah has commanded you this is a statement of Abu Yusuf. Allah has commanded you to believe in everything that His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent, he said, all mankind, I am the messenger to you all. The one who sent me is the owner of the heavens and the earth. There is no one who deserves to be worshipped but Him He gives life and causes death. So believe in Allah take a man in Allah and have a man in his Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the unlettered prophet who believes in Allah and Allah has words and follow him so you might be guided, he said, to Mr. Kola, who Isagen be enter Kona, Tabby and Sami and multiarch. Allah commanded you to follow the

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Prophet SYS and he commanded you to listen to what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and he commanded you to obey, Wallah these words are golden words from the manual called the ABI USUS. He said, Allah commanded you to follow and hear and obey.

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Notice he didn't say Allah commanded you to reason and reflect and think Allah commanded you to follow and hear and obey.

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And then he said, Well, we were satisfied and OMA at Mercy to hate wept Iran Eman, bureaux, he walk ERC, he were Hawa either love Balu he said if people started to seek out to hate and Iman, by their opinions, and by their analogies and by their desires, they would be misguided. Lm tests married or CO Lila here. Whether we tell whether we Tebah I'll have a

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lengthy essay that is similar to will outdo him and see him firsthand my full syllabi he's Alec. He said if the truth were to follow the desires of the people, the heavens and the earth and everything in them would be ruined. So he's telling you clearly you cannot take your our key that from a rock.

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Now remember Abu Yusuf is from the med hub of us harbor right in generally I mean he was someone who used his intellect and reasoning to come to the correct opinion in Islam. Is that not true? He was from us harbor right he right the people who used their reasoning and intellect and intelligence and deduction to come to the truth about the matters of fic he is telling you you cannot take Akita from this you are Kedah, you take it from a summer you hear it and you obey

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you have you are takuna Turbie and Sammy and multiarch you follow you here you obey. So this is an important thing for you to understand, where we take this belief from

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what causes people to leave this belief before we come into before we come into insha Allah and the the i x that we want to talk about and the Hadith we want to talk about today. What causes a person to leave this belief and what causes people to go astray. The first thing is L Hello al Ephrata waterfree

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exaggerating in the religion going too far or to less.

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We know the prophets I said

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we said he said Do not exaggerate with regard to me like the Christians exaggerated with regard to

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a seven mrea

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And he said cool Obeah coldly come out by the holy come see what you came to say. But don't say any more than that. When they started to exaggerate with him they said say you do that work? No say you did it. They started to exaggerate. He said Cool. We'll be Cody come out the other Cody come, just come and see what you came to say Don't exaggerate.

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We heard the story of the people of Noah.

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we talked about other things, all of which show that who are going to exaggeration either too less or too much more. This leads to a person going away from the keytab and the sooner.

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misguidance and following desires.

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Allah azza wa jal join between these two inserts and measurement.

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It to be Aruna Illa van

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wormer Tao well amphis. So Allah mentioned a van. Like they're just following their opinion. They don't have knowledge and they're not sure about it. They don't have yakking about their belief. They're following them and they're following their ideas were matched to who will enforce and they're following their desires. So following wrong ideas and following your desires are two things that take away

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from a person's correct following.

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From the things that take away from someone's correct following is que tu Agda Islam, the plots of the non Muslims don't think that the non Muslims are not trying in many ways deliberately or accidentally, to take you away from your belief. What did Allah azza wa jal say? Well, in Tova and kelia, who do well under Salah hat, Toby, I mean letter, the Jews and Christians will never be happy with you till you follow their religion. Now this following their religion is an Akita or not, it's Aqeedah. Right? Following their religions, so they are trying to take you away from the pure belief of Islam to a different belief. And my dear brothers, I know a lot of you know, voice notes going

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around and people saying things, but they misunderstood what I'm trying to say. I'm trying to say that many times that our key there of the Muslims got affected by Jews, Christians, major Ian's Hindus, Buddhists, Greek philosophers, all of them has at times influenced certain groups of Muslims in the Akita.

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And I believe this is a historical fact that one, I'm not saying something to you, that is my right. This is a historical fact.

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Do you not see that Abdullah bin said that a monastic didn't he found, for example, the Shia and didn't he found, for example, the Hermitage, he stood up the cottage, for example, to deviant groups that existed in Islam, he stirred them up, right. He was part of the people who influenced them and stirred them up.

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When they came to rebel against Earth, man, and he stirred them to rebel. And then they went back and they went again, and they killed us, man. And then eventually the group grew until it became a sect, and then they killed and even avatar, they probably Allah why this group that killed that even Abby toilet was founded by demography again, that's a historical fact. It was founded by the morphine. So what I'm telling you is, it's dangerous out there. We live in a non Muslim country. Alhamdulillah we live with safety, we live comfort, we pray, we practice our religion. But still there are influences upon us in our lives that we might not be aware of. Have you ever seen people

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who live close to another religious group? This is just something like, you know, worker in real life. Look at any group of Muslims who live close to another religious group. What do you see? You see the other religious groups beliefs start to creep into them. Just start to copy women to shed the heavier coalmine. For women home, whoever resembles the people is one of them. So you start to see these things just creeping in. For example, people who lived along with Hindus for a long time, look at the weddings, the weddings look the same. I mean, they weren't same clothes, and they do the same things. And, you know, the only difference is the Imam comes from one. And I'm saying that

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people are affected by other religions. If you look at a sham, where Christians have lived for a very long time, no doubt the people in some of their o'clock and their behaviors and some of their beliefs absorbed some of the things from the people living around them.

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We know the prophesy some said I'm free of the one who lives between the normal steps.

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This is something that it affects you whether you like it or not. So all I'm saying is we look at our belief and make sure that our belief is true.

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To the Quran and the Sunnah, and make sure that it hasn't got affected by other beliefs and other religions, especially when we know that they would quite like it to be like that.

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From the reasons that cause people to go astray is sunnah naman Khanna Copeland and this is specific it's kind of similar to the last one, but it's kind of specific. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Let's have your own nest Salah mankind Kubla Khan, you're gonna follow the ways of the people before you Why do you think Allah told us so much about Benny it's right have you ever reflected the story of Musa comes in the Quran again and again and again and again?

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Why so much about money? It's

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because the prophets I said, Let it to be honest and and and then can a cobbler come? You're going to follow them you're going to start to implement and follow them. So let's tell you about them so you can keep away from it.

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Like are they follow the Allah who I used to say? He said, can a nurse Yes. Aluna rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam annual prayer. We're calling to us Allahu uninsurable Maha feta au DkD. He said, The people used to ask the Prophet sighs him about good. And I used to ask him about evil. So it doesn't happen to me. I don't want it to happen to me. For Allah here. It's not something for a person to take as a personal insult. But for a person, every one of us to look at our beliefs that we hold and the practices we do and make sure they came from the Quran and the Sunnah, and the Sahaba of the Allahu Anhu. And if they did honey and Maria, take Glad Tidings Be happy, be relaxed

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you can do you can keep going. But if you found that some of these beliefs did get corrupted, and did get changed, then it's our job to purify our beliefs and bring it back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that we love so much cool in quantum to hipbone Allah Phetchaburi earlier bib come Allah. Well Phil, let's

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say if you really love Allah, then follow me. Allah will love you, and Allah will forgive you for your sins.

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My dear brothers. I'm going to talk to you a little bit about Eman in the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And we're going to look at what the Prophet sallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and we're going to take you on board and we're going to look at El Faro quality rock, Phil Kitabi was sooner the breaking up of Muslims into different groups as is mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah. I'm going to try my best not to give you any of my own opinions. Inshallah, I'm not sure how long the broadcast will continue perhaps not till the end got we will Inshallah, how to add a try our very best. The first idea I want to talk to you about as it relates to Eman in the Quran is is number 177 from sort of

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righteousness is not for you to turn your face to the east or the west, but righteousness is for you to have Eman in Allah.

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And the last day and the angels and the Scripture and the prophets and the ayah continues. So righteousness Allah azza wa jal define the as a man in Allah, Eman in the angels Eman in the Scripture Eman in the prophets and Eman in the last day. Which one is missing?

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In Kula che in color canal who piccata every single thing we created it with a decree. So that's the one that is not mentioned in that particular either. Is that a problem for us that it's not mentioned in the if it's not a problem for two reasons. First of all, the Quran is taken as a whole. We don't take one idea and leave the rest of the Quran. The second reason is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he explained the the idea to us, and he taught us in the hadith of Gibreel, he brought the issue of Qatar so there is no there is no problem there.

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What does it mean to have Eman in those things? This is beyond the scope of our discussion today because today's just an introduction and talking about different groups. But what is really important first of all, is to realize that there are really two

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aspects of Eman here. One is a generic and a general concept of Eman

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and one is a specific and detailed concept of Eman. Sometimes we call it an Emmanuel mage Mal. Well Eman al Mufasa. That's just the terminology but it's okay to use. So what do we mean? When Allah said Believe in Allah? That's a generic thing right? You believe in Allah we believe Allah exists. We believe Allah is our Lord. We believe ALLAH has the right to be worshipped. We believe ALLAH has names and attributes that you know with that gives us something, but it doesn't really give us the individual details of every specific issue. So in the beginning, we start with a generic and a general concept. And then as we go through the Quran and the Sunnah, we see that many things are

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told to us about Allah. Many things for example, Alhamdulillah, Europe, Bill al Amin, r Rahmani Raheem, Maliki Yomi de so now it's not just that I believe in Allah and that he exists, and that he deserves to be worshipped. But now I believe that Allah is the Lord of all of the worlds. And I believe that Allah is the Most Merciful and the one who bestows mercy. And I believe that Allah is the Owner and the sovereign of the Day of Recompense.

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Later on Allah subhanaw taala tells me well who assembled it, he is the one who hears everything and knows everything. So as I am going through the Quran, I am increasing in my knowledge of Eman in Allah. And as I'm going through the Sunnah, I'm increasing in my knowledge of iman in Allah. Just yesterday we talked about the Hadith, in which the prophets lie some said the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim as he will die syrup bananas, ish fever, Anta Shafi, la Shiva, Illa, Shiva, Shiva and Lovato. sarcoma. make the pain go away, Lord of mankind, cure and you are the cure. There is no cure except to cure a cure that leaves no sickness. Now I learned that one of Allah's names is a Shafi and I

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learned that the cure only comes from Allah. So before I had the knowledge Allah exists and I should worship Him. But now I know that is the Lord of the Worlds The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, the restore of mercy, the Master of the Day of Recompense. I also know that he is a Shafi the one who cures and there is no cure except his. Every time we're going through, we're getting more and more detail. And as I said, the Quran and Sunnah is full of telling us about Allah, about his names and his attributes telling us about who Allah is, and connecting us to Allah in our worship through knowing our Lord in His Lordship, His names and his attributes. And I don't think anyone can dispute

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that easily. It's everywhere in the Quran. But my point is, a lot of people will say okay, believe in Allah Al Imam below can you believe in Allah? And that's it. Don't learn anything else. You might get misguided. That's not the right way. Yes, believe in Allah. That's your start and hamdulillah with a new Muslim, we don't teach a new Muslim the 99 names of Allah before the shahada, right? We didn't do that right? We don't bring the newest and say Okay, before shahada, you have to learn all of Allah's names. Allah has more than 99 names, but 19 special ones?

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Do we teach them before the shahada or after, after the Shahada? Right, that means that his Eman to begin with was accepted with just believing that Allah exists deserves worship, and nobody deserves worship except him. But then after that, as he learns more and more and more about Allah, so he developed the details which make up a person's Iman. The same can be said for the angels, exactly the same. In the beginning, we believe in angels, what do we know about angels, angels of creation from the creation of Allah, angels Don't disobey Allah. Angels have different jobs. We believe in angels like that, right? But then we get the details. For example, we learn about JIRA L or debris,

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and mica L or mica, and we learn about SR feel, and we learn what they do, and what their jobs are. And we learn about monka and Nikhil who come and question in the grave, and we learn about, for example, the angel of the mountains, and we learn about the falling of the rain. And as we learn these things, and we learned that a bliss was not an angel. Right? Can I mean Elgin? First, aka an Emirati, we learn these things over time. So we're constantly learning more things about the angels as we come across the ayat in the Quran, the Hadith in the Sunnah, we're learning more and more. For example, we learned that the angels can take the form of a human being Gibreel used to come in the

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form of DL Kelby Robbie Allah who and when he used to visit the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to come in the form in the hadith of Gibreel.

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He comes as a man, nobody knows right?

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Shady Dubai out of fear, His clothes are bright white, and his hair is dark, dark black. He doesn't have any sign of travel on him and nobody knows him. This tells us something else about the angels that we didn't know we didn't know before. So we start with a general concept and we add the details. So my dear brothers and sisters, don't be frightened to learn those details, study them. Learn more, because the more you learn about it, the closer you're going to get to Allah subhanaw taala. The same thing can be said about a young Alaska the last day, the same thing. We of course believe that we will be resurrected after we die. That's a basic belief of Muslims, right? There's

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going to be a piano. But all the details what happens to you when you die? The hadith of albino Asif about the death of the believer, Radi Allahu anha the death of the believer and the disbelief that and what happens to each one, and what happens to the soul and the questioning in the grave and the punishment in the grave. And then the resurrection on the day of judgment and what will happen to the people and they will stand with the sun a mile distant and there will be no shade except the shade of Allah's throne. And then the people going to each of the prophets and the Shiva of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the great intercession of Shiva to old man, the great

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intercession where the prophet Muhammad SAW Selim intercedes by Allah's permission to begin the judgment between the people and Muhammad, Muhammad, the praiseworthy station, all of these things that we learned a Sirat crossing the Hellfire were immune capillary to all of this to do with the last day, so much detail, so much detail, but we start off believing we're going to be resurrected, and there's a life after death. But we go into more and more and more, as the prophets iclm told us and as

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we find in the book of Allah azza wa jal, and we find from the Sahaba and those who follow them in good the Imams of Islam, Radi Allahu anhu, match mine.

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And we can say the same for the Scripture and the Prophets the same thing. Again, of course, everyone who accepts Islam knows the Prophet Muhammad, so I sent them knows that he's the last prophet, but all the details of him when was he born? Where did he go? What did he do? What was his life spent doing? And there is a benefit in his life. And I often tell people concentrate on the Sierra, there are a lot of lessons in Sierra flick. One of the great lessons in the spirit of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wallah, one of the great lessons is look at what how the Prophet SAW Selim taught the people and what did he teach them? So when did the salah become felt when was

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it felt to pray five times a day? It wasn't in the time of the birther right in the time that Prophet SAW Selim

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became a prophet Gibreel taught him wudu and taught him to pray the Salah to Roccat but it didn't spread to the rest of the Muslims. This happened in the time of Israel well Mirage, right? We know this from the Sierra when the Prophet sighs and went to the heavens, and Allah made five daily prayers followed upon every Muslim. What were the Muslims doing before that? You might say Zeca was the cat him in Medina. You might see a fasting but fasting Ramadan came in Medina at Easter first Ashura in the time of JV and then in the time of

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me after that it was common, but they didn't use the first Ramadan that came in Medina. Hajj came at the end of the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam right towards the end.

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So what were the people doing? The first they were concentrating on the first pillar of Islam, the shahada Tane a chateau en la ilaha illallah wa Chateau Anna Mohammad Rasool Allah, focusing on belief Eman in Allah what does it mean to be a Muslim and so on and this action here is what we also do that's why we say Al Qaeda to our whether Akita comes first why because the prophets why some taught it first, because Allah revealed to look at the sewers which are the sewer which are Mattia

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and tell me what do you find in them? You barely find a cam. You barely find any rules and regulations very little and in just a few about halal and haram and fake and stuff very little you find in them. Mostly what you find is iman, belief in Allah Aqeedah being different from the disbelievers. That's what you find in the sower, which are makiya, because that's what the people were busy with in Makkah,

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building up their Eman, building up their knowledge about Allah connecting them to Allah clearing them of the worship they used to do before connecting them to worshiping Allah alone, getting them away from the other different beliefs and religions. Until then they were ready. And Allah azza wa jal gave them the salah and the zakah and the fasting and the hydrogen, all of the other rules and regulations of Islam.

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or you who believe, believe and Iman have Iman in Allah and His Messenger, and the scripture that was sent to his Messenger, and the scripture that was sent before because the scripture was sent to the Prophet size and Mr. Quran we know that. And we know the Scripture before we know some of it, we don't know all of the details of it. So for example, we know the Torah and the Injeel. We know about Sophia Ibrahim or Musa but we don't maybe have all of the details of what was given we know about the the Xboard that was given to Tao with what our Tina dealt with.

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But we don't know all of the prophets what Scripture they had, we have a general belief, plus the Torah and the Injeel are not available for us in pure form. So we can't kind of refer back because there is nothing in pure form. It's kind of corrupted and lost. There's a little bit here a little bit there, and it's mixed up with people's opinions and so on. And that's one of the blessings of Islam, that Allah azza wa jal International, Zenda dika were in Allahu Allahu Allah protected our religion for us and protected our scripture for us. And part of our belief in the Scripture is that the Quran is Kala Mala Hiruma hook is the speech of Allah azza wa jal and it's not created. We're in

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a hydro mineral Mushrikeen St. Jarrah Katha Jericho. Yes ma Kalam Allah for metabolic manner, as Allah azza wa jal said that ayah Allah azza wa jal said any one of the mushy ki seeks your protection, give them protection until they hear the speech of Allah. And Allah azza wa jal says what Qlm Allah Who Musa attack Lima Allah spoke to Musa directly and Allah says we're Kalama hoorah boo hoo, Allah sport his Lord spoke to him. For this is something that Allah azza wa jal tells us about in the Quran. Again, we start off believing in Quran we believe in the Quran, but later as we learn more about the Quran, and we learn more about what it means and what it entails. So we

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increase in our knowledge and our connection to the book of Allah azza wa jal.

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And then Allah azza wa jal said and whoever disbelieves in Allah, and his angels and His scripture and his books and the Last Day has indeed, gone far astray the ayah Surah Nisa number 136. We mentioned the statement of Allah in Kula che in halacha. Now, hope you caught up every single thing. We created it with a specific decree, everything we created it with a specific decree, everything we created it with a decree

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and this decree of Allah azza wa jal, it has many, many great benefits for us. So if we take a little time to understand the details of Carter, not too much, because some of the scholars, they said, Bahasa Hilah it's a it's a, it's a sea that doesn't have any short there's no beach, you're just gonna drown if you don't see on the Sunnah. And if you don't stick to what is in the Quran and the Sunnah, you're going to drown yourself there. So basically, what do we know about the murottal cutter? First of all, Allah azza wa jal told us that Allah knows everything. Allah knows the past. Allah knows the present and Allah knows the future. We all agreed on that right there was nobody

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disagreed with that, that Allah knows every single thing in the past, and every single thing that is happening now and every single thing in the future, I love will who you are the one who knows the Unseen of the sea, are the maloca up was shahada

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and Allah even knows the impossible.

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How do we know that Allah azza wa jal knows the impossible.

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Coolio carnamah And who Ali had to camera yaku Luna Eden Levertov Oh Isla de la she's Aveda, say if there were gods besides Allah, all of them would have sought a means to the owner of the Mighty Throne. Is it possible for there to be a God besides Allah? It's impossible, right? But Allah still knows what would happen. His knowledge is infinite in every single thing.

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And you can't escape Allah has knowledge in anything. That is the first part of the belief and

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the second part of the belief in other is that Allah azza wa jal has written everything that will happen until Yokoyama, Allah commanded the pen to write and the pen said, What shall I write? He said, Write everything that will happen until your muglia

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and this writing of the pen it should not trouble us

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Because Allah azza wa jal commanded the pen to write what is a part of Allah's knowledge subhanaw taala so if for example I asked you to write your name it's not difficult for you to write your name. And it's not difficult for Allah who can do anything to command the pen to write what will happen.

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When Modelica Allah Allah He be as he is, this is not hard for Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and then sometimes people get they start to get some doubts here they start to get some confusion. And they say but this means that my life and I don't think like that. The prophets lie Selim told you to work hard, work hard. Listen to the statement of Allah we're leadin Ajah how to Fina Lana Tiana home Solana. If you strive for Allah, you work hard for Allah, Allah is going to guide you to his path. So don't say the pen row to the pen didn't write you didn't see the pen and what it wrote. And you haven't read the Lowell MagForce. So don't let it trouble you instead, do what Allah said work hard for him. And Allah subhanaw taala will guide you.

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The third is that everything happens by Allah's Will and nothing happens without the will of Allah. As Allah azza wa jal said Lehmann Shah, I mean, come as takim warmer Tasha, owner in sha Allah hora, boo me, for those of you who want to remain upright, and you will not be able to remain upright unless Allah wills it Lord of the Worlds What do you see in the iron? In the first iron? It says, manly men share me income. So it tells us that we have a will. Because Allah says you have a machine dementia, I mean, come you have a choice. But you can't exercise that choice. You can't carry it out. Insha Allah unless Allah wills it. What does that tell you? Does that tell you we are all in

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prison? Our life has no point. You may as well just be resigned to the hellfire. No, it doesn't. What does it tell you? It tells you you need Allah.

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Antonio kala will Allah you people desperately need Allah. It means I want to make a good choice to give a good lecture today. That's my intention. I hope and I ask Allah to make a good lecture today and to benefit people and people enjoy it and people listen to it. But that's my will. unless ALLAH carries that out for me and makes it happen. It will not be able to happen. So I need Allah and I have to make dua to Allah to make this a successor to make it correct. Otherwise my will alone will not help. And remember chef hear about him Allah Allah has some beautiful poetry he said

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beautiful poetry, he said, he said, Oh Allah, if you will, something to happen, it will happen even if I don't want it to happen. And when I want something to happen, if you don't want it to happen, it's not going to happen. You created your servants in your knowledge and you knew what would happen to them. And within your knowledge is the young and the old and Nobody escapes your knowledge, not the youngest person or the oldest person. This one

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you blessed. And this one, you forsook this one you helped and this one you didn't. A monk, meaning all of that is with Allah's wisdom. And he Allah's wisdom and knowledge was what meant that some people were helped, and some people were not. Among them are the blessed, and among them are the wretched, and among them are the ugly, and among them are the beautiful,

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amazing look at that belief of the early Imams. I really, it's a lovely thing to do something to try to give you some quotes later on. But look at what did the early Imams used to believe what do they used to say? You listen to that port, you feel settled? You don't feel doubtful you don't feel that? Or maybe I don't have a choice. Maybe I do. You're like yeah, I understood. Now I listened I understood. And honestly, harder should settle your heart. When your name Billahi at your caliber, whoever believes in Allah's decree, Allah will settle his heart. Allah will guide his heart so it should settle your heart. It should show how much you need Allah. It should show how much you want

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to work hard. Why are you working hard if it's already written for you? Because Allah promised to help the one who works hard. And if Allah doesn't help me, I'm in big trouble. I need Allah's help. So I'm going to work hard. put my trust in Allah make to put my reliance upon Him and ask Him for His help. And then trust in him and try my best with what Allah has given me and the choices I can make. But I know that my choices they need Allah's help, I can't do it without him.

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And then the fourth monitor of the

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prerogative of Qatar is to believe that everything in this universe from objects and actions is from the creation of Allah subhanho wa taala. Carly to cliche wala who has come where my time I don't, Allah created you and the things that you make sometimes the Tafseer of this if people get a little bit wrong, they bring it that Allah created you and your actions. That's not quite the Tafseer but it's correct the meaning is correct, but the Tafseer is not quite correct. Because if you look at the I have before

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in Surah, 10, soft sorts of stuff that if you look at the IR before

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pilot attack Abu Dona Melton hit home, do you worship what you call of? Walla who halacha? Whom, what my time, and Allah created you under under things that you cause. But this is a proof because the coding was done by who? By the person.

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And yet all of it is from the creation of Allah, someone here comes with a confusion. Say I don't get it. Because Am I doing it? Or is Allah doing it? No, no, you're doing it's your action. But Allah azza wa jal created the ability within you. And Allah creates two ways. Let me give you an example. Allah created Adam, and Allah created Mohammed Tim, we all agreed, Allah created Adam, and Allah created Muhammad Tim, we all agreed. How did Allah create Adam, from what he told us in the Quran? Calaca hoomin Torah, so makalah who can say your code? He created him from dust? And then he said DNA is? Was there any mom? No. Was there any dad? No. Was there any monkey? No, there wasn't.

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He created Adam from Torah from the dirt. And interestingly, that's why the Prophet sighs have told us we have the different colors in our skins. That because Allah created the dirt from Adam, the dust of all of the Earth, the white sand and the vault, the black volcanic rock and mud of all the different colors and the red color and everything. And so from this Adam's children came with different colors. Cool. You come in Adam or Adam in tulip. All of you came from Adam and Adam came from tulip. He came from the dust.

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Mohammed Tim came from his mom and dad.

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This issue of coming from your mom and dad is also from the creation of Allah azza wa jal, but Allah azza wa jal created you indirectly. And there was a biological process, there was a birth there was a growing in the womb, there was a birth. But all of that is from Allah's creation. So once you took that example, it's easy to understand everything else. It's really simple like you don't feel confused because I understood that sometimes Allah creates directly like Adam, and sometimes Allah creates by giving his creation the ability to do something. So Allah has given you the ability to act and Allah will judge you according to it and you and your actions are all within the creation of

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Allah azza wa jal ha Nico cliche. There is one more issue of cardup that I think it's good to deal with or to. One is that people often confuse what Allah wills and what Allah loves. They get a bit mixed up. So the word wills is something that happens, right? When Allah wills it, it happens like it happens. But sometimes Allah loves and sometimes Allah doesn't love it. Sometimes Allah loves it and sometimes he doesn't. For example, Allah says whether you're a diary or a baddie, he'll call for Allah does not love for His servants to disbelieve. Agreed. Allah doesn't love in hola hola. You hate bucola Matalan for Hola. Hola. doesn't love every boastful, arrogant person.

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So If Allah doesn't love that, but it happened, so if it happened, it has to have been from the mushiya of Allah Allah's will. That means that Allah sometimes wills what he loves, and sometimes wills what he doesn't love. But why? For a wisdom that is with him, HC Merton, barely a law firm actually knows an infinite wisdom that is with him Gela, Florida.

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He has a wisdom in every single thing. So if He decrees something to happen that he doesn't love, there is a wisdom and a reason for that. Whether we know it or not, for example, when he bliss misguided, Adam,

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right? Is that something Allah loved? Allah didn't love it. We know Allah doesn't love a bliss and we know Allah azza wa jal doesn't love the actions of bliss.

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Was there a benefit in that in the long term for Adam and for his offspring? Of course they

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There was a huge benefit some of the scholars wrote pages on the benefits of what happened to Adam, from the benefits is that Allah azza wa jal returned him to agenda that is greater than the agenda that he was taken out from and from it is that Adam had children on the earth and they worshipped Allah azza wa jal, and we know the story of the angels, what it's called Abu Khalid Mela, you can see in Niger I don't fill out the Khalifa called Water geography however, you see to see how I speak with Dima when nanosafety will be handy. I want to cut this so like

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this is about the angels and the angels that are you're going to put on the earth, people who are going to spill blood and people who are going to cause corruption on the earth.

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But Allah azza wa jal knows what we don't know.

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Call the Allah momella tournament. I know what you don't know. And so there were many, many benefits in what happened to Adam Alayhis Salam, but at the time it happened to Adam, do you think Adam appreciated all of those benefits at the moment he was cast out from gender? No, because we as human beings, our knowledge is limited. But Adam turned back to Allah in repentance. Allah taught Adam the words of Tober.

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And Allah accepted his repentance, and Allah made him an Imam, a leader for his people, and his offspring. And until this day, we mentioned him and we say, either his salah, and we remember the story and we take lessons from it. And there were many lessons in that. But the initial action that happened, Allah didn't love it. So Allah always has a wisdom in what he does, whether he loves it or not. The last issue we're going to deal with is

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guidance and Miss guidance. Because again, a lot of people could be confused. And they might say, Well, I feel unsure about this issue of guidance and Miss guidance.

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Allah azza wa jal says in Surah refrigerates while our kin Allah had better la como Eman was a Anna who feel called OB come workout Raha la como COFRA. Well, fosu Cowell Sen. Hula Iike humo Rashi don't fall de la mina Allah He won the AMA wala who Eileen hacking.

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What did we take from this? We took from it.

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That Allah azza wa jal made Eman beloved to you. He made Eman beautiful in your heart and He made you love your email. And he made you hate to disobey Him or defy him or disbelieve in him. These are the rightly guided as a grace from Allah Anna mercy. Now if I ask you as a grace and a blessing. If I asked you the word grace, does it mean that you deserve it?

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Everyone agrees the word grace is something you get extra. For example, in fifth, maybe you've studied the topic of fog balloon who followed mouthful Waldo, the extra water that is left over from someone's wudu Are you allowed to use it again or you're not allowed to use it again. The word father is something extra on top of the basic. Allah describes your Eman as a father as a grace and a mirror and a mirror. It's not a wage. He didn't say as an agile. He didn't say it's a relative, it's your wage or your salary. He said it's a miracle. It's a blessing. So the first thing we realize is that if Allah guided us He guided us as a blessing and a grace which makes us thankful to

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him. Wallah who are the when Hakeem and ALLAH knows and is the most wise about who deserves that guidance and who doesn't. Now someone might say but I still struggle with this misguidance thing and I'm, you know, I know the prophesy some said miyetti Hillel, who were May your grandfather had he Allah whoever Allah guides, there is nothing that can misguide him and whoever Allah misguides nobody can guide him but I'm a little confused.

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I'm a little upset, confused about misguidance Is it fair?

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Whether your bilimora buka ohada Your Lord never oppressed? Anybody. Allah is the most just he never oppresses anyone. And I'm gonna give you an evidence. While I will. Tara is the Wookiee for either nerdy for Carlos Layton, and All right. Well, I knew Kathy by the IRT Rabina when I called I mean, we need better data who can who your phone I'm in Kabul, with a wood doula, our doula man who and who are in our home like has a bone.

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Allah says, if you could only see when they these disbelievers are held over the fire and they say Our Lord, please return us. We will believe in you I act and we will be among the believers. And Allah says rather they were exposed for what they hid before. And if we return them back, they will do the same thing again, and they are the liars Subhan Allah. So Allah told us that people who asked to go out from the fight

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If they are not sincere, I'm not talking about the Muslims who made mistakes. I'm talking about the people who are in their Epital about forever and ever. Those people Subhanallah those people, they are not sincere when they asked to go out, they are just trying to get the punishment off them and they just want to go and do the same disbelief they did before. Is that not that just for them to be where they are? It is. So we understood that Allah is always just that Allah azza wa jal is never ever unfair, that we must work hard, put our trust in Allah and our lions in him. And this is the basic discussion of the main points relating to al Qaeda as it came in,

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as it came in the Quran. Another thing that the Quran tells us about is the concept of iman. What do I mean by the concept of iman? I mean, the idea of Eman what it is, what's the reality of Eman? Haqiqa Amen. Allah azza wa jal says work her daddy, could you Anna Come on, man. What's up ah, Lita, Kulu Shuhada Island nurse EY, hakuna Rasulullah alaykum Shahida where my channel Kybella Atleti Quinta Allah in la linea alba tibial Rasool me Mahon, caribou, Allah actually they were in Canada like hubiera 10 Illa. Allah levena Had Allah warmer can Allah julio de Lima now come in Allah Avinasi La Rosa right? The story of the changing the Qibla we all know from the Sierra. When the

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tabler changed, Allah told us that he changed the Qibla

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to know who will follow the Prophet sal Allahu Allah who was sent them and who will turn on his heels and that it was hard upon the people except for those that Allah guided. And then Allah said wormer, can Allah will you will do Eman accom? Allah didn't cause your iman to be lost. What is your Eman here?

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Your salah.

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That's this if you look in the books of Tafseer look in any of the books of tafseer the word Eman here is a Salah. Therefore your Salah is a part of your iman

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and the statement of Allah azza wa jal were either truly at Allah him to who's that whom Eman and when the Ayat of Allah recited the increase in Iman and the statement of Allah was he to Allah Who led enacted a Buddha Allah gives an increasing guidance to those that are guided and Allah said warriors dare to Latina M and o Imana. And the people of iman got more Iman and Allah said who Allah the NZ Allah second interview KHUDOBIN meaning Ali as Dadoo Iman and Martina and him. He is the one who sent down tranquility in the hearts of the believers to increase in Eman along with the Imam and Allah azza wa jal said what are you there my own zealot? Surah confirming who may Akoto au comes

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that who had the Eman for Emelina ham and offers that Eman and welcome me establish your own with a melody in a vehicle will be modeled on that bridges and Isla Regency him one to one cat Iran. Allah said if we sent down a surah among them are those who said Did any of you get increase in Eman? They were joking making fun did any of you get increase in email yet?

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The moon as the pain as for those who believed they got the increase in Iman and they took glad tidings and as for those whose hearts were a disease it increased them in filth, in addition to their filth, and they died in a state of disbelief.

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A chef very Euro him Allah to Allah He said Al Iman or cold environment easy to retire way impossible Marcia he said Eman is statements and actions it increases with obedience and it decreases when you sin. And Al Bukhari Rahim Allah Allah Allah says lucky to XL Amin Elfi abajo minelute Rolla even absolved from our A to A had a min whom your telephone and email and account on what he has either why uncle's Buhari said I met 1000 scholars from the men of the towns all over the world. Every one of them said and none of them disagreed that your Eman is statement and action. It increases and decreases. Yes, this is a difference between some people. I know often we are

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taught that our Eman is the same and it doesn't go up and down. But I think these evidences that we put forward showed us that the correct view in this matter is that your Eman goes up when you obey Allah and down when you disobey Allah and that it comprises beliefs, statements, actions of the heart actions of the tongue and actions of the limbs and it's enough for us that the mammal Buhari or Rahim Allah to Allah 1000 of the aroma that Buhari met he said I never saw anyone except that they say Eman is statement and action. It goes up and it goes down. And so insha Allah Allah we correct that aspect if we had a misunderstanding, and we thought that and I mean, who will say the

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amount of the Prophet and my Eman is the same. So Allah

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While he was self evident that cannot be it cannot be that my Eman and the amount of the Prophet size and let Mr sin some people made this mistake of the how we narrated from Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah to Allah and why what do we say about that? We say Rahima whom Allah Who to Allah? Because what Allah He they were earlier man who sought the truth. And if an alum seeks the truth and makes a mistake, we hope that Allah azza wa jal will give him a reward for his efforts, even if he missed out on the double reward of getting it right and all of us get things right and wrong. So if we see an alum who loves the Sunnah, and calls to the Sunnah and promotes the Sunnah, and invites to the

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Sunnah, and teaches the Sunnah, and they make a mistake in something, we don't hold that mistake against them. We say that that's not the correct answer because of 123 these ayat and this hadith and these statements, but we ask Allah azza wa jal to have mercy upon the people who make a mistake in a particular aspect. And that is something like yes, that will mean I had like a Malik said Rahim Allah Allah Allah Quran your cosmic holy what you write in LA Sahaba cover. Everyone has things accepted and rejected, except for the person in this grave. Where was Malik when he said that? He was in the masjid of the Prophet SAW Salem, and he pointed to the grave of the Prophet size LM he

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said everyone gets things right and wrong. Everyone gets things accepted or rejected except this man here. This man in this grave he's the only one that didn't get things wrong. Our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa says

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My dear brothers we only have around about half an hour for the live stream so forgive me for not giving you a break, but I'm trying to inshallah take the most out of the TV the live stream inshallah and then we're going to take a nice break for Salah and if we have a topic afterwards, we will come back inshallah to Adam. We want to talk about Alan Fira. What if Tierra Phil Quran was soon

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and this my dear brothers is not my attempt to have a goat anybody please understand me clearly because I'm sure somebody wants to take a little clip and send it out to everybody. This is not my intent to have a go at someone. I want to simply prove that the existence of alpha rock well if the rock fell Islam, that in Islam the Prophet size and told us that the Muslims will divide up into different beliefs, this is what I want to prove. Allah azza wa jal said for Takata Umbra Hubei now whose Ebola cooler has been be malady him very humble. The people divided their religion among them intersects, each faction was rejoicing in what they had. Now someone may say Mohammed Tim, okay,

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this is true, because this is from the people before right. It wasn't revealed about the Muslims, it was revealed about the nations before. So how can you apply this to the Muslims let it tap your understanding of mankind a couple of come, you will certainly follow the way of the people before you. So if we know that Jews and Christians broke up into sects, then for sure we can expect the same thing to happen among the Muslims except the one that Allah has mercy upon. And Allah azza wa jal said Mina Alladhina, Farah Codina, who McCann who Shia Kulu his bimby malady him very Hone, those people who divided their religion and they came sects, each faction rejoice with what they

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have, and that's the nature of sectarianism, right? The nature of sectarianism is everyone thinks they're right.

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You can say that applies to you have shot of course yet that's the nature of El Faro quality rock is everybody believes they are right type who is right

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Kitab was sunnah when I can Allah He Sellafield that's who is right. The Quran and the Sunnah and what the early generations are upon I'm not the one who is right. Nor is my teacher, the one who is right nor is able to attain me or the one who is right nor is any Imam the one who is right Rahim Allah Who Jamia rather who is right is the Quran and the Sunnah and what the earliest Muslims were upon and wherever we find a sheikh who agrees with that, we agree with him. And wherever anyone differs from that, we differ with them. Because the nature of El Faro quality rock is what Kulu has been the melody is very strong, everyone thinks that they are the one who is right.

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And Allah azza wa jal told the prophet Muhammad sighs them to have nothing to do with any of them in the ladina for Rocco Dena, whom were can who share our Lester mean whom fish che, in mo whom Illa Allah Sama, Yuna Bill whom the American with Surah to an ayah number 159 Indeed, those people who broke up their religion and they formed sects, they you have nothing to do with them. Oh Muhammad Sallallahu it was and this is the ayah that is probably the closest to applying to the Muslims because the because Allah azza wa jal is talking to the

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Profit size in less time in home vishay If you see anyone breaking up their religion into different groups, you have nothing to do with them. Oh Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam their affair is with Allah and Allah will tell them about what they used to do.

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My dear brothers take the Hadith of the Paladin of Saudia a lot of the Allahu and the Hadees narrated by a be dealt with in a Telemedia and this is the wording of the doubt

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he said

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regarding and everybody knows area

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that he said.

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So levena Rasulullah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at a young

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed with us on that day. So my acapella eyeliner then he turned to us after the prayer for our Mo wherever belly era that offered mean hello are you on? Well, what G that mean? Hello Kuru. He said he gave us such a speech that our I shed tears and our hearts shook.

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So we understood Alibaba no Satria he said I prayed behind the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day he turned to us and he gave us such a speech that our our eyes were pouring with tears and our heart will shake

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for call in on ya rasool Allah, Kandahar de mo Eva to more deer farmer that had to Elena

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a person said or messenger of Allah. It seems like this is your farewell speech. What do you tell us that we must stick to Subhan Allah they thought that this was the last speech or one of the last speeches he was going to give. It feels like you're saying goodbye, Merida to more and more dear You're saying goodbye. It feels like you're saying goodbye to us. What do you tell us to do? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, who see couldn't be toquilla I command you to have the Taqwa of Allah to do your best to obey Him and keep away from what what is disobedience to him? Was some very well thought out we're in Abdon habit Shiva. And you listen and obey your Imam than the

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ruler, even if he is an Abyssinian slave. Is this part of Akita now? It is. Why because the prophets I send them said, as a final advice that if you have a ruler over you and over you as a ruler, Commander, the leader of the Muslims, you must LISTEN and OBEY them in what is obedience to Allah, even if they are an Abyssinian slave. Why did he give the example of Abba, simian slaves? The slave is not a ruler over anyone, right? Generally speaking, the slave is not a ruler over over anyone because you cannot deceive us is influenced by the owner. So you cannot, like you can't. It's like it's not it's corrupt, it's not fair to have the slave as the ruler.

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He said the most rare example in the minds of the people and the example people are like, you know, this would not happen.

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Even if it is a Abyssinian slave, you are to hear and to obey, we know the Prophet size and said Al Qaeda to Quraysh that the ruling of the Muslims in across the whole Muslim is not individual countries, but over the whole Muslim is for Kurdish, even if it's not Kurdish, even if it's not a free person, still you listen to them and you obey them. And then he said, For in the home and the Irishman come by ID for say alacrity laugh and Kathira he said whoever of you lives after me you're gonna see a lot of differences. Is that not true whiny? Is that not what we see today in the world today? If they laugh and Kathira if this is not if they laugh, and Kathy Rafaela added email if

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I don't know what if the laugh is if this is not tell us we see if they laugh in Aqeedah we see if they laugh and fake we see if they laugh in Zulu we see actually laugh in every single Bob Minh Eduardo Islam, all of the topics of Islam. We see if you're going to see the left Kafeel and lots of big tillers for Ali can be so Nettie stick to my sunnah was sunnah till Hola, Arthur il methine outwash IDI and the Sunnah, Sunnah of the whole data sheet in the backup. And Irma on Earth man and Ally Radi Allahu Anhu

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Thomas secoo Bihar where outdo Allah you have been no urges, hold on to it and bite onto it with your molar teeth.

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Now look at what he's saying. You're going to see differences my brothers, you live after the Prophet sighs them you are gonna see if they laugh in Arcada if they laugh in religion, if they laugh in SoloQ manners, if fillers and fake if they laugh and everything well

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Secure all messenger of Allah what is the cure for this file? It can be so naughty stick to my sunnah was sunnah tell hola hola she deen and Marathi and I'm embody stick to the Sunnah of the whole Alpha Aerocity Who are they? Are they not the sahaba? Is this not what I said to you earlier? The Quran and the Sunnah. And what the Sahaba were upon the hola hola she didn't particularly

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stick to it hold onto a Temasek will be her bite onto it with your molar teeth, what does it mean? bite onto it with your smaller teeth, hold onto it like this, from the back of your mouth, don't let go of the sooner

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to let go of the sooner

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what e come one more, that's it no more, and keep away from what he called my death 13 or more? What is the word mark? That's that? Or what does it mean? Mark does that something which has been newly introduced into your party so

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it means to introduce something new. Whether it's a new belief, or a new practice, or a new behavior, if it's in the religion as for the dunya, Allah kept the dunya open, as long as Allah didn't make it clearly haram and is the dunya is the dunya but in the religion keep away from more assertive or more, the newly invented things they could be beliefs, newly invented beliefs was to share your present in the time of the Prophet size Allah this belief in that in the Imams that Ali and you know, this worship of Ali was this present in the time of the prophets I said of course not much that's it. It was newly introduced into the religion after that, or it could be practices

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actions that people did like different ways of praying or and I'm not talking about the differences that come from the the issues of fear clearly this is the scholars are trying to pray like the Prophet sizer. I'm talking about things that are just nothing the Prophet never did it salah I said, the Sahaba never did it or the Allah has a completely new practice that nobody did before.

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Or it could be from behaviors. It could be from behaviors. For example, this locking yourself in the monastery and keeping yourself away from the dunya and refusing to get married and wearing woolen clothes. What did Allah say? Wallah? Baniya teddy bear tattoo ha. It was a monasticism that they invented it. They innovated it, they brought it newly into the religion market and lay him we never taught them to do it. When they locked themselves in the monastery and they wore the woolen clothes and they refuse to get married and all of that stuff. Allah never told them to do it. What are her bernia 10 imitator Oh ha they invented it.

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And he said for in cooler death at in vida. We're collaborating Valhalla for everything which is newly introduced in this religion is be that innovation, and every innovation is misguidance This is not what happened Tim, this is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I'm just reading you from Sunil Aveda with copy paste from Sunil ABI doubt that it's narrated by a Timothy. And these specific words are narrated in other collections of Hadith of the Prophet sighs Miss telling you when you live after me you're gonna see people different stick to my sunnah a while you don't misunderstand me. Some people are gonna say Mohammed Tim is telling you to leave your madhhab and leave your shoe

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shoe Okay, leave your alarm Allah Allah.

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I personally had believed that the mother had felt here has a critical role to play in Islam. And it's extremely difficult if not impossible to learn the Eduardo Fick with order and precision without having a curriculum and great scholars to follow. This is nothing to do with that. This is to do with newly invented beliefs and practices that never came from the Prophets Isola never came from his companions never came from the early generation of Muslims. As for you learning Fick from a particular curriculum. This is how everybody learns fic tell me who learned fake without that. Maybe a show Kenny the show Kenny show Kenny Rahim Allah Allah we let him off for it. We won't hold it

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against him Rahim Allah Allah Allah. Nee not It's not normal that any that you learn fic without a teacher or a curriculum and you're just going to the Quran and Sunnah. But what is your goal in learning fuck is it not to to learn fake of the Quran and the Sunnah? Or is your goal to learn the fake of how the fallen and share fallen? Is not?

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That's what the Imams warned us against. They didn't want us to do that. They wanted us to reach the Quran and the sooner but you need a little help. You're starting off. You're a beginner, it's your first day. At least give me share. Tell me what do I need to learn in day one, day two, day three. But my goal is the Quran and the Sunnah. Some people are

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Following and their goal is not the Quran and the Sunnah

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and that's a problem for Ali couldn't be so Nettie stick to my sunnah and the Sunnah of the rightly guided qualified This is important when you find the Sunnah of the Prophet sites and we might defer to groups of the Muslims with different beliefs. Both of them say I follow the Quran and the Sunnah.

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Type, what shall we do from the Hadith about about how shall we solve the problem two groups come along they say I follow Quran and Sunnah. The other group comes and says I follow Quran and Sunnah, but one of them is totally different to the other. What should we do? Look at the Sunnah of the hola Rashidi. Look at the Sahaba and what they did and from that we can understand which one really is following the Sunnah and which one isn't look at the authenticity of the reports. Look at the chains of narration My dear brothers one of the signs of Allah sunnah is that our Arcadia is most neither. And wala he there is no felucca and there is no pa In other words, how do you get out on the face of

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this earth that has our key the most neither except for Alison What do I mean by our key the most now there are key there that has chains of narration to the Prophet slice Allah know are key to the mighty she had a dream one day and now we have Akita from this law Allah, our key the moose, nada, Akita had death and our Akbar and our her death and our kala kala kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's why the early books of aqidah that were written by those great Imams, they were genuinely must know that they had a snappy chain of narration. It was none of this color, fallen and colorful that they brought the chains of narration all the way we prove it to you, this is what the

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early generations believed.

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So, look at the whole of our Rashidi and look at the authenticity of the of the chain look at where it came from. Look at the influence of the other religions stick to the Sunnah and the Sunnah of the Holy Father Rashidi.

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Let's see how much time do I have 15 minutes I'm getting there I'm getting there. Inshallah.

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From these hadith

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is the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is Heidi Hamza.

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And the Hadith narrated in a number of different is number is generated in a number of different places. It's Narrated by Abu deload and Timothy in April merger and Al Hakim and Al Hakim said so here on Allah Sheltie Muslim. He said, So, Hey hon Allah Shakti Muslim it's authentic upon the condition of Lima Muslim. In this hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said If Tara Cordelia who would Allah if there was ever in Africa, with Tama Katina Salah Allah, Allah entertain us every NFL calm, was set after a coup. Ha the hill OMA Allah, Allah, it was a very in Africa Kulu have Inari Illawarra Haider.

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He said, The Jews broke up into 71 different groups.

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And the Christians broke up into 72 different groups, and my nation will break up into 73 different groups. All of them are in the hellfire, except one. So the Sahaba Do you think they all went home that point? They didn't. Because we know this a had the Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu they asked the best questions anybody can ask. They're very intelligent. That's why Wallah. One of the reasons Allah chose the Sahaba is because of the intelligence questions of the questions. The Sahaba they said.

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Man here yeah rasool Allah Who is it tell us because we don't want to be accidentally into any group or anything that is in the 72 different sects. We want to be upon the truth. The prophets I sell them he said, Montana Allah Miss Lima, Anna Allah He was Hardy.

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what me and my companions are upon what is similar to what me and my companions are upon. What does this match with a matches with the Hadees available to them in Australia, and it can be sunnah to so Nigel Coronavirus, 18. So it matches together it's the same thing. What Me and My Companions are upon. So whenever we differ, it doesn't matter about groups. I'm not here to name groups. I'm not here to name small groups or local groups or anything like that. Anytime I differ with anyone, and that person says Mohammed Tim, you have the arcade that is dangerous. We heard it right. Your Arcade is gonna destroy the people and corrupt the people are UBI and I know lots me I'm gonna listen to

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what you have to say. But I'm it's not me to judge are you to judge? What is to judge is mankind Allah misma Anna Allah Helio was Harvey. What whoever is upon the same as me and my companions are upon today. So now we have to compare my belief and your belief. We have to go back with the chains key the Muslim was changed all the way back October back. Where does this Aqeedah

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where does it where does it end up?

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Where does it

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where does this Aqeedah end? And if we find that this Aqeedah it ends up with the profit slice LM with the companions with the great Imams of Islam, then Hamdulillah we know that we're on the right track, and we can discuss further from there. But if we find this key that doesn't go back to them, and the Senate and the chain doesn't go there, then we know that this is not, it's not where we want to be. And one of the signs of Allah sunnah and I wanted to kind of conclude with this I don't want to take too much longer. But I wanted to really conclude with this because it's important. I wanted to talk about something and that is that that one of the signs of the Akita of and Sunnah is that it

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is clear and it's not hidden.

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It's clear and it's not hidden. Why? Because where does it come from? From the prophets I seldom did the Prophet sighs me used to hide his knowledge he didn't.

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Allah azza wa jal commanded

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the NAMA Ecole Bella, you have to convey what we told you did the Sahaba used to conceal their knowledge they everything they passed it on in the books of Hadith.

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They pass it on and they gave it on to everybody so they got their knowledge from that. They got the knowledge from the from the Sahaba Ravi Allah who won

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this Arcadia is so clear. One of the signs of the people who went wrong is that they conceal their arcade from the people.

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Very simple statement. I'm not claiming any group I'm not attacking anybody, I'm just telling you, they conceal their Aikido from the people I want so a chef he's not from South Africa so I'm going to be honest with you so I don't get controversial now. He's not from South Africa is a chef of America.

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What happened is he invited his shift to give a lecture about the Quran.

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I have the audio recording. And he shared said the Quran is created

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stuff that Allah He said the Quran is created and uncreated. And all the letters the words everything in the Quran is created

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the share from America his be became embarrassed because what happened now somebody let the cat out of the bag. Somebody told the people he said people will listen, listen, listen, stop, stop, stop. So I got the audio. He says, Listen, everyone, this is the correct Aqeedah. But we don't tell it to people. Because if you tell it to people, you might get punched, and rightly so. Rightly so. You might get punched. So he's telling openly. He's saying I don't tell people what I believe because if I told them what I believe somebody might punch

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somebody might punch me and then he goes on and he actually brings poetry it he said like enamel enamel. kilomole Kadima, this whole thing about Mafia tock, tick tock, even what I talked Ebola, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, and he brings this long poetry and he brings it to say it's true what the Sheikh said, but we don't teach it to people because if you teach people our Acadia they might not like you anymore.

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Torqeedo and the Sunnah is not like this. The Prophet Seisen wasn't like this. The Sahaba were not like this. The Imams of Islam were not like this. The Olia of this religion were not like this. They didn't used to conceal their beliefs and hide it from people. But Wallah, he all of these Faruk, other than Allah Sunnah wal Jamaah, all of them walleye will be listed now without no exception. Every single one of them. Every single one of them hides beliefs under the table.

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We're not going to tell you about it. And then when people come to tell about it, they get upset. Don't teach the people this people might get upset about us. Because why? Because you put your kid under the table. You didn't teach people what you believe. Kwame, let's if we're going to have a discussion about who's right and who's wrong, at least bring what you really believe on the table to lie to the people. Why did they have such a go at me? They had such a go at me because I never heard what I believe from the first day my YouTube channel by things I told people from the if it's right, it's wrong. Forgive me if it's wrong, may Allah azza wa jal forgive me and if anything is wrong,

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it's not from Allah. It's not from the Rasul. So I set limits by mistake, but I never hit it. I said openly, this is what I believe.

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And a lot of people they get scared by that from a lot of different places and different groups because they don't want people to know what disbelief is. And I'm going to give you a third characteristic about his sunnah. And that is that there are key there is one Aqeedah to whom Wahida

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they have one aqidah not three arcaders. For example, there came a group of

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the Jamia all of them following Jehovah's Safwan

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a deviant individual, Jeremy said, look, the only thing you can say about Allah is

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He exists. You can't see anything else. Just you can see he exists everything else you can't see it. Then along him so I said to him, you're wrong. Actually, you're right in your principal but this you're wrong about it. It's not. It's not one, it's three. You can say three things about Allah. You can see Allah has power, and Allah has knowledge and whatever else. Then along came another group. They said, No, no, no, no, actually you're right in your principles, but actually, it's not three. It's actually seven things you can say about Allah. Then along came another group said, You're wrong, you're wrong, you're wrong. It's not seven, it's eight. There are key there is not one. There

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are key there even among themselves doesn't stay the same. The Aqeedah of the early people, the middle people, the later people, every generation comes by the AKI that changes.

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This is not the sign of a * of sooner because our aqidah comes from the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saboteur. So he has from the narrations from the Hadith, so it doesn't change. And that's why you read a book of a scholar in India writing about acne do the exact same thing as someone who wrote 1000 years ago, you read the exact same thing as someone who wrote last week someone from here someone from America someone from you, and they all believe the same thing, Aki that you have Wahida they have one belief.

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Because there are key that came from a reliable source. As for the ones whose actually they came from the actual and any philosophy and all that it doesn't stay one, because you and my intellect is different, you're much cleverer than me.

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I'm nowhere near as clever as you, you're much, much cleverer than me. So for sure, you're going to see things I don't see. And I'm going to see other things, we're going to differ because the source of our Arcade is what if it's illogical, we all going to differ logical? Yes, if ours, right, we are all different opinions about things. And I think it's good, you think it's bad? How are we going to come to a conclusion in that, and that's why you see that there are key that doesn't stay the same, not even in one place, they all fight against each other. Whereas the athlete of the Sunnah, and I'm not claiming a group or a methodology or a name, I'm just saying that creator of the Prophet size

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and his companions, it doesn't change. It doesn't get updated and modernized. It's just the same every time. And that's why it doesn't matter to me if I read or saw the Sunnah by Imam Muhammad.

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Or I read Kitab to Hey babe emphysema, or I read something from the latest scholars or the earliest scholars who I read accredit how we are biomater How we Rahim Allah to Allah, because all of it is telling me the same thing. Yes, there might be one or two things. We mentioned the issue of the concept of Eman, there might be one or two things because nobody's perfect. But in general, that Akita is the same we don't differ on the Aqeedah. And this is one thing I wanted to tell you finally, and in conclusion about the four Imams Rahim Allah Allah, while they differ a lot in issues of someone asked me the other day, kind of Hanafi Marisha theory since like war, right? They can,

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they can say they're both Muslim. They can, but they were talking about marriage problems between the different modalities. But these Imams didn't differ in their Aqeedah at all. Virtually one two points any day virtually didn't differ in anything. And we have caught together I mean, maybe after the break of Imam after Imam saying the same thing, all of them. So it shows us that the Akita of the Prophet sizer is solid doesn't change. And yet the aqidah which is misguided, it changes regularly, and even among themselves, they don't agree because it doesn't go back to broken NYC back to a solid foundation that is based upon

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my dear brothers and sisters, it is time for a break. For the people who are watching on Hinata TV first of all Jersey como Allahu hyaluron. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to bless you with the best of this world and the next you have been immensely patient to sit and watch the brothers have been broadcasting for us we really appreciate it. Insha Allah Allah what is to come is just a summary of some of the things we said and just a few extra points, but Alhamdulillah and generally we covered 95% of the topic, we covered it for you in sha Allah, the brothers now they have to pack up their equipment, and we also have to take a nice bit of a break inshallah hooter Allah, I'm going

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to suggest a break of at least I think acid is going to the later acid time is going to come at 420 Approximately, that's a later time.

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And this is the early asset time is maybe earlier than that, but I think if we go until like half for if we resume we'll only going to resume for maybe 45 minutes that's it. So we'll take a break until then, I'm going to put the live stream on pause I think I have some students who are waiting for me online as well to answer some questions. So in sha Allah Who to Allah, we take a break until around about half past four we pray our answer prayer, stretch, your legs have been sitting for a very very long time. Get yourself some refreshments inshallah. And we will start again, after Salat Al Asad B is Nila he to Allah, how the Allahu Allah wa Salatu was Salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala

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Okay, if we can just get everybody together, we are about to start the second part of the program. My apologies to the brothers and sisters on the Livestream. I forgot to change the timer from 15 minutes to 45 minutes. So I think they've been waiting for an awfully long time expecting us to start again. And I, yeah, I put the wrong time on.

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So just I'm going to give everyone a minute just to get sat down. And we're going to finish off the program in sha Allah Huhtala.

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I had three really good questions. I had more than three but three questions that I wanted to try to mention. The first question that I had, is that some of the brothers were mentioning, why is it in books of Arcada that we sometimes see fake issues being mentioned? For example, we find in a book of Arcada wiping over leather socks makes you from Alison. But surely wiping over leather socks is a purely fixed issue, right? It's it's not a matter of aqidah at all, it's a matter of socks, it's not a matter of aqidah. They said, because what not doing so became a sine of a particular group. In other words, there was a particular group whose to wipe over bare feet. And there was a particular

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group who did you know certain things. And because of that group, it was included in that. So sometimes the scholars will include in books of Arcada. They will include Fick issues, where the fifth issue is symbolic of a particular deviancy in Aikido.

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Because at the end of the day, the religion of Islam, the aloo of Islam, our motor Dakila, Mudaraba, they are attached to each other, they go inside of each other, I mean, you cannot separate FIP from Akita completely like that. Rather, there are some issues that the only people who took that opinion were people from a particular group or sect, and therefore, the fic issue became symbolic of a particular kind of arcade and that's why you find from the aikido and the Sunnah, is wiping over leather socks. Now it's not it's not a big issue here. The meaning is that it became symbolic of Allah sunnah, versus a particular sect who used to wipe over their bare feet, for example.

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Another really good question that I got asked and I really wanted to address that question in sha Allah was with regard to Allah's names. This the Hadith and I'm going to actually I wanted to bring you a piece of reference if I can get it quickly.

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Let me just see.

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If I can just quickly get it

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the Hadith in any case says the hadith of Bukhari and Muslim

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of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in which he said in the law he says attend what is really smart.

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Men I saw her Dahal Jana

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min, I saw her duckula Jana.

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Allah has 99 names. 100 minus one.

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Allah has 99 names 100 Minus one.

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Men, I saw her

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the whole agenda. Now it's this word here. First of all the word 99 names here.

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The word 99. It doesn't mean only 99. How do we know that? Because that's not the word we use in Arabic. When we want to say only in Arabic We say it never. In level we know that.

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In ML movement owner,

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we don't say in in here doesn't have any hassle in it. It doesn't restrict the number. But it says Allah has 99 names 100 Minus one. Maybe Allah has many more. But the meaning is that these 99 have a special quality about them. There's something special about them. For example, like you say, I have

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100 Rand in my pocket prepared for sadaqa does that mean I might have 200 I might have 300 Am I

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I have 500 But I'm saying I have 100 grand in my pocket, which is prepared for sadaqa and he there's a special quality about that 100 That's how we say in Arabic in La La he does attend what is a nice man. Allah has among all of His Names 99 Mia ILAHA Haider men I saw her Dahal agenda

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now she said they memorize it like that, but that's not the meaning of men. I saw her I saw her it says I do what a how to be he will do better who were our sub Hydra who? What have we the who? These are the meanings that were brought some of the meanings brought in Arabic when I saw her idea who counts them. So this is what we mentioned. Allahu Rahman Al Rahim on melakukan those who say that you're counting the right half either How are you memorizing them?

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Baba Tahoe you're actually making it precise. You're getting the knowledge of it our third quarter Rahu.

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Any Arosa cada Rahu

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any someone knows what it's worth? They know the knowledge that comes from it. So Allah's names and attributes, my dear brothers and sisters, it has a knowledge to it is not just a name you memorize like that. Every name has an action it has a knowledge it has a dua you make through it. What did Allah azza wa jal say? Well, Illa Hill Esma or her SNA federal who be her weather Latina you will hate asthma. Allah has the most beautiful perfect names.

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Make dua to Allah with them. Yarraman Yara man adhamiya Rahim Yaga for is certainly made to our with a name for what you want and act in accordance with it. Okay. If I tell you that Allah subhanahu wa taala is a Latif

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What does Allah teeth mean? I looked for a means subtlety. The word looks in the Arabic language means subtlety. Think of the story of Yusuf alayhi salatu salam use of when he entered into the well.

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And then the next step he was taken out and sold into slavery. Then he was purchased by the minister in Egypt, then his wife tried to seduce him and then he was imprisoned for it. And then the king had a dream. And then the person that use have interpreted the dream for imprison, told about the king about the dream and the Kinbote use of out but use it didn't come out until he declared himself innocent of what happened. Then use of was put in charge of the grain stores. Then his brothers came to seek the grain. Then he hid the cup in his younger brother's satchel. And then it was taken out and then his younger brother was brought to him in a sort of imagined slavery that his younger

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brother was captured. And then all of the family came back together and the story is well known in Surah use. What do you see about that? You see the look of allah how subtle every step takes use of nearer to reconciliation with his brothers and his parents but he cannot see it. He can't see it because it's so subtle. I love there was a tab area and a lady from the TV were candidates for key her she was a scholar of fit. She said something amazing walau I was amazed by what she said. She said when you make dua to Allah, Allah for money, Allah does not send down gold and silver from the sky. When you say, Rosa, or zucchini, or the one who provides provide for me, did you ever see gold

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and silver coins falling from the sky? Never. But what does Allah do? He will send you the reason for that risk to come for you. So she said when that reason comes, don't refuse it. This is her she's valkia She said when the reason comes to you Don't refuse it this is your do are being answered.

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She said Don't refuse it. So for example, you said Dr. Oz, zucchini, Allah give me risk. And what happened a

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few days goes by or maybe in the incident, someone comes to you and says, You know what is maybe you and I could do something together and you make his Takara and you decide to go and from that Allah subhanaw taala provides dog refuse and say because you're refusing the answer to your to the answer is not gold and silver from the sky but Allah will send you a cause away a means for that to reach you. Is Allah able to send

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endow golden silver from the sky of course in Allah Allah Quran Nisha in Kadir Allah can do anything. But the Sunnah of Allah, the way of Allah is subtlety that things come where you don't imagine when they attack in La Jolla, Jalla Houma Raja way also come in Hazel ly tested, they get provisioned from where they could not imagine they did not imagine it would come from that. Because Allah azza wa jal is lovely if Allah is subtle. Now you know that, how are you going to behave when you make to act differently? Right? How are you going to be in your patience waiting for you to add to be answered differently? How are you going to be when something happens like a calamity or a

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difficulty in your life, you're going to behave differently, because now you knew something about Allah and you implemented it in your life, you didn't just say, you are allowed to if you are that if you if you said something, you learned it, you understand it. But But you made a lot of it. You may not have it precision, and you got a lot of it. Well, I limped AccuDraw you knew the value of it, and then you implemented the action for it in your life. And that's the meaning of AXA, not just men like making the number of names like that. That's very good to show that was a question

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that I wanted to answer.

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I now want to talk about a final Hadith that I had for you going to bring it's actually perhaps we might mention more than one Hadees but at least I wanted to bring

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a hadith to talk about and I wanted to talk about a particular element surah.

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So Ben, what are the hola Juan narrated cada rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam la Tessa Azad Otah ephah mean Almighty Avaya here ina I let her lie auto Roman hada LA home has yet to Amarula

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this hadith narrated by Muslim and

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narrated by Timothy and general manager and a number of the other scholars who narrated it with and it's not so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Hadith sahih

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there will not cease to be a group of my ummah, VA harina al Haq, victorious upon the truth. Now this wha hearing has two things that I want to highlight for you. First of all, let us know if they will never, ever stop being people upon the truth. That's a bourgeois a glad tiding from the prophets, I send them you don't have to worry there will always there's never going to be a time until every believer dies, there will never be a time when no one is left upon the truth. So you can take a glad tidings from the prophets I seldom hear that the truth is always going to be there. And that truth My dear brothers is not going to be hidden. Because the prophets I said lamb said VA

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harina al Haq, it's gonna be manifest upon the truth. So the meaning of the hidden can be victorious, any they will be victorious. And it can also mean Veyron and evil Hall and they are manifest everyone can see it upon the truth.

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This is important because as we said, we don't hide our belief. And we invite to it we call people to it and we proclaim it and we try to make the issues of iman nice and clear and and available for Muslims to learn and practice in their lives via hearing

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and they will be upon the truth lie ago Roman hada home there's many generations lie a total human Hara for whom the ones who go against them, the ones who try to cheat them, the ones who try to betray them. They're not going to be harmed by them. They're not going to be humped. And that shows that the hack it has, it has enemies by process. Now bear in mind are never ever seen to Mohammed Tim is the truth Allah I told you the Kitab and the Sunnah, and what the early generations were upon. I'm saying to you that every time the truth is apparent, the truth has enemies.

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That's not my statement. That's what the Prophet SAW Selim said, VA he Nina al Haq, Leia to Roman haga la home and there's gonna be enemies who are trying to take that truth away.

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You really don't allow you to feel oh Nora, Allah He beat him. They want to extinguish the light of Allah with their mouths.

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Wallah who moved to Monterey but Allah is going to complete his light one okay the healthcare field even if the disbelievers hated

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Allah azza wa jal said well equally not be in Jannah

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and if your Lord will, they wouldn't do it. So leave them and what they invent what Khadija Jannetty Kulina be in Ottawa, every prophet had enemies, enemies from the jinn and enemies from the men.

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And so it should not surprise the person that if they call to what the prophets Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam called to, it shouldn't surprise them if they have some people who oppose them in that some of them oppose them upon knowledge. Some of them oppose them Allah in meanwhile, DARIAH they have knowledge about it, and they oppose. They oppose the truth based on knowledge. And some of them they oppose the truth upon ignorance, they don't know. But they oppose the truth because they don't know what it is like to be either human or limb. Some people know and they oppose the truth or knowledge and some people oppose the truth because they don't know. So be prepared when you call to

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Allah. And you call to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and you call to the Kitab and the Sunnah, that what the Sahaba were upon, expect that you're going to have some resistance. Isn't this the Sunnah of Allah azza wa jal with the scholars who call to Islam from the past and the present times it is.

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And Allah azza wa jal said well, also

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in in Santa Fe, hosel.

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Il Allah Lena, and then all army Lusardi hats, what I was hoping what I was all the sudden,

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by time in D, mankind is that loss, except those who believe and do good deeds, and call one another to the truth and call one another to patients. So my dear brothers and sisters, I wanted to share that with you to begin with, just to understand that it is normal that you will have some people who don't want to hear the truth, and some people who don't want the truth to spread. And that's okay because the profit side some had much worse and much more difficult. So we're going to be patient, those people who oppose the truth out of ignorance, we're going to try to open up to them, discuss with them and help them to understand and those people who oppose the truth out of knowledge and

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insha Allah as Allah azza wa jal said, if this group is upon the truth, they will not be harmed by the people that oppose them, nor those who

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seek to betray them or cheat them until the Command of Allah comes while they are upon that. I wanted to read you some of the statements of the scholars

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I wanted to read you some of the statements of the scholars about this particular Hadith but before that, at the Hora yo about the Allah who was asked PLLA Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala Rasulillah au NASCI Hi. Which people are the best? Hi there Anna. Woman night me and those who are with me any my companions? Ha the kid Allahu samanya rasool Allah, Carla Alladhina al Ethel, the people who stick to the narrations meaning they take that beliefs practices from the authentic narrations, the book of Allah, the Sunnah. And of course the book of the Sunnah tell us what the what the Ummah agrees upon

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kill Allah who through millennia Rasul Allah, for Rafa whom they said Who messenger of ALLAH and he didn't answer after that.

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The Hadees narrated by Dennis moose net, and his Heidi's would happen in short Allahu taala.

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I wanted to read you some of the statements of the scholars about who the TA Elman surah is. Now I'm not going to read you any modern scholars because we're not talking about today we're not talking about South Africa we're not talking about Muhammad Tim, we're talking about the classical what the classical early great scholars of Islam said about who the TA if Al mon surah is

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the first one Ali ibn and Medini Rahima hula hula Tada

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about the Hadith letter Xalapa if atonement, alma de la harina Allah, Leia to Roman holla for whom? Carla whom? Lulu Hadees.

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And even and Maddie was asked who are the people who are the TA iffa That is always going to be upon the truth. He said, a halal Hadith the people of Hadith. Now be careful here he's not referring to a group. We're not talking about annual Hadith in India and the Hadith. We're talking about people who are following the Hadith the scholars of Hadees and those who came with them, the people who took their aqidah from the Hadith. So I live in in Medina. He says that it's narrated by Tim Minnesota. He says here, home Hello Hadees they are the people of Hadees.

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And Ahmed are going to handle Rahim Allah Allah Allah was asked about the Hadith of the Ummah breaking up into sects all of them are in the fire except one. He said about who is the who is the filmmaker who is not in the fire he said in LEM tech on heard he thought if I tell him on solar as harbored Hadith, Fela Adelman home if this group of scores of people who are saved are not the people of Hadith, I don't know who they are.

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The people have Hadith meaning the people who

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stuck to the narrations and who stuck to the Sunnah of

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Abdullah Abdullah Mobarak the great Imam. He said about the Hadith letters Elata. If I told me on my TV here in Allen Huck, he said hum nd as hobbled Hadith. These people in my view are the scholars of Hadith, meaning the people who stick to the narrations and take their belief from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. That's narrated by Al Habib Al Baghdadi with an authentic chain, and Abu Hatem.

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He said, I heard the Imam Ahmed Messina say with regard to the Hadith letters I thought if it Amin Amati Allah He said hello to me was horrible. Ethel

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was horrible I thought. He said they are the people of knowledge and the people who follow the narrations. Muhammad Ismail Bihari Rahim Allah Allah Allah was asked about the Hadith. I remember Buhari letters I thought if I don't mean Almighty, for Carla as horrible Hadith, they are the people of the Hadith.

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This author is narrated by Al Hadith, in shell of as horrible Hadith with an authentic chain centered on Sahaba.

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And it's narrated from Adam obey, it might even every holiday he was that he has even Harun was asked about the saved sect. He was asked about the saved sector, the prophet size, and he said in lemmya, Kuno, as Harville Hadith fella added a man whom, if they are not the people of Hadith, I don't know who they are.

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There are many generations after that, but we start to go into the north few hundreds of years.

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After that, so I just wanted to quote to you what does it mean as Harvard Hadith? It means they are people who are attached to the Hadith. They're not attached to any particular person. He didn't say they're the followers of Imam Muhammad. He didn't say that. And I don't mean that in a bad way. I mean, he didn't attach them to one person. He didn't say that they are the followers of Abdullah bin Amma, or that they are the people who are attached to one of the Sahaba or attached to one of the tambourine or that they are the followers of Avon Siri, he said they are the people who are stuck to the Hadith, the people who study the Hadith, the people who learn it, who memorize it, who teach it

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and who take them aerations from it, and the people who follow them

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and the people who follow them. And we know for example, we know that certain if we look at Imam Malik, and Imam shares or even Mohammed for example, they were in many ways better known for Hadith and fiqh. In some ways, and he they were known for Hadith, even more than they were known for, fulfilled. And you can see that by their books, none of them wrote a book of fiction. Now even Apple

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And if I didn't write a book of crime outsider in terms of the flip of halal and haram, their students wrote, but they didn't write, but they wrote books about Aqeedah books about Hadith. Abu Hanifa has the most knowledge of Hadith, but it's small.

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But the point is that they were so attached to the Hadith.

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Either Sahil Hadith or woman heavy if the hadith is authentic, that's my method.

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What do they mean by this that I'm attached to the Hadith my madhhab is there to bring you to the Hadith to the Quran. If you see later on that I made a mistake and I didn't go with the Hadith, the hadith is it. And I think Wallah, he may be you cannot bring a better example in this and the example of Harvey at the use of

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Rahim Allah Allah the companion of Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah wala, he had a love for the Sunnah and the Hadith. He loved the Sunnah and the Hadith, and anytime he would find there was a hadith that was a little different to what he shared her told him he would change the opinion of the madhhab to match the Hadith that he found. He used to love the Hadith and he was deeply attached to the Hadith of the Prophet spicing. These people are as Harville Hadith, the people who their attachment their heart was connected to the Hadith of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. It wasn't connected to their own personality, their own opinion. Imagine you have the students that Abu Hanifa has Rama Hola,

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honey, the world famous him up, but he doesn't attach people to him. He attaches people to the Quran and the Sunnah. Yes, you need the Imam, the Imam is there to help you to learn and to take you there. But they attach themselves to the Hadith and they love the Hadith. And they consider the Hadith to be definitive in all matters of Islam, Aqeedah fake manners and everything else. They took the Hadith and they stuck to it. So we also need to attach ourselves to Hadees in the sense that we don't remain ignorant of the Hadith, because remember I said to our actually that is what most NEDA it has chains of narration, we don't bring something from somebody's opinion. We bring it with a

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chain, to some imam of Islam, to the Sahaba to the Prophet SAW Selim, we bring it with chains like that. So this aqidah it's very where do we find it and in the first place, we find it in the books of Hadith. We didn't take it from anywhere else any we find it in the books of it's not a Senate, the books that have chains of narration. So that's how we take it. And this is very, very important. So we attach ourselves and we love the Hadith. And we attach ourselves to the Sunnah we study it. And when we find a hadith, we consider that hadith to be definitive no doubt the Hadith has failed. I'm not saying to you Hadith doesn't have faith in it. Of course it does. There are Hadith that

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abrogated a hadith a week, there was a great amount of study, but your heart where is it attached? Is it attached to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? Or did you attach your heart to a personality? And that's not right. Doesn't matter who the personality is how amazing the Imam or the shift is. Don't attach your heart to people attach it to Allah and attach it to the Sunnah of the messenger salAllahu alayhi wa sallam. So I wanted to kind of

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end quote that to you. From some of the early early Imams, you might not recognize some of their names, but some of them are from the early Imams. And the the ones who were the shoe of the likes of Al Bukhari and he before Buhari and they came and they were his teachers that he learned from people from the Tabori early generations. They used to encourage people to hold on to, to hold on to the Hadith, and to hold on to the Sunnah, and to study it. And of course, we are not belittling the science. We're not saying anyone can just open and anyone can just figure everything out. But start learning start attaching your heart to the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and

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you will become closer to Allah azza wa jal through sticking to the Sunnah, like that. And everything that you study any teacher doesn't matter whether it's a great Imam, a great chef or even a Miskin Talib, like Muhammad Tim. It doesn't matter who it is, as long as you see them as the way to reach the Sunnah

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if as long as they're seen as the way to reach the Sunnah and the Quran, and you're not attached to them, but you are attached to the Quran and the Sunnah, insha Allah Who to Allah, you will not find it to be any problem, because you will realize call on your husband called Who are you right? Everybody has things accepted and rejected except for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was happy he was

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I also wanted to deal with something

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I wanted to deal with something that people might ask

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About, they might say, and I think this is a nice question to finish on, they might say, but look, Muhammad, Tim, you have given us one perspective. And it was, you know, it was a good perspective. But at the end of the day, there were many great Imams far greater than you and those Imams were of a different view to you.

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Is that not reasonable to say there were many great Imams greater than your way more knowledgeable than you who took a different position to the position that you take.

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I see in this that in reality, the as we said, our attachment is to the Sunnah not to any one person, but I wanted to share something with you.

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A person who misses out on the Sunnah in something is of two types a shout if you mentioned it, if I'm not mistaken, alert to Rahim, Allah Allah He mentioned it

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when he said, and I'm just going to paraphrase what he said briefly.

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If a person is known for the Sunnah,

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and loving the Sunnah, and calling to the Sunnah,

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and they fall into a mistake or an error, that mistake and error doesn't take them outside of person. And if a person is known for innovations and adding things into the religion that doesn't belong, the fact that the person follows a sunnah you saw him with a miswak or a Seawalk. It doesn't make him from the people of the Sunnah. What matters is the general methodology that person is upon that's what matters, not individual actions. So there were many great scholars of the past who lived in very difficult times. All of them loved the Sunnah. They aimed for the Sunnah they tried for the Sunnah, and some of them got a lot of it and some of them got some of it. But you know how sincere

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they were. Many of them returned back at the end of their life. And I'm just going to quote you from among those who turned back at the end of their life.

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I think one of the amazing, amazing, amazing

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stories is the story of Imam Al Ghazali Rahim Allah Allah.

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He spent a lot of his life and Imam Al Ghazali Rahim Allah is a great scholar of Islam. He spent a lot of his life indulging sort of philosophically based beliefs, beliefs that came from philosophy and things like that. At the end of his life, he used to warn the people from it. And he Rahim Allah Allah died with sahih al Bukhari on his chest, telling the people stick to the Hadith. All of this that I wasted my time in, don't look at it. But what you should do is to stick to the Hadith, and he caught it also, that he spent the last part of his life studying sahih al Bukhari.

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The point is that I'm not saying any anyone can make mistakes, but look at the sincerity when they saw that this method didn't work out for them and it wasn't the right thing. They didn't say I'm gonna stick upon it and this is my way.

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They changed from the great examples of this is an Imam Abu Hassan and ash Eddie Rahim Allah Allah Rahmatullahi Ali, who was upon the methodology of the Colombia in the early part of his life, and SubhanAllah. At the end of his life, he repented from the vast majority of it Rahmatullah he Ali, in his book Al Ivana. And in case somebody says, to me, Alabama is not his book. I'm going to quote you to Ashley scholars who said it's his book, Albay hacking said that it's his book. And even though I said, Ken said that it's his book.

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Both of them they attributed this book to abolhassan at the end of his life, he made Tober he turned away from it, he said that what I was upon was not the right way. And this is what I hold on to. And what he quoted is the statements of the Hadith, the statements of the people who came before the belief about Allah, which is the correct belief from the Quran and the Sunnah. Subhanallah great Imams of Islam, who were not frightened to say I got it wrong.

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From among them is Al Imam, Abu Marathi Imam Al Haramain, LG Waney Rahim Allah Allah Allah, who is also from the people who repented at the end of his life, and warn the people against rhetoric and against philosophy and these kinds of philosophically based beliefs. He repented Rahim Allah to Allah, and he warned the people against it. And he told the people to follow the way of the early generations in the way of the artha the way of the Hadith. So we shouldn't you know, in this Yes, people will come and say, No, it's not authentic. No, he didn't mean that. The point is that these great Imams were not frightened any they wanted the truth. They wanted the truth. And sometimes they

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missed out on it in some ways, but they strive for it. And when they even at the end of their life, if they realize that they will change. So a person shouldn't be shy to admit if they got something wrong, or shouldn't be shy to admit if they wanted to change something. Because if these great Imams can change them

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selves are towards the end of their lives, then indeed, anyone can change themselves.

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And there are many, many other examples of that. I like the example of a Rosie. Rosie was known, really known for his retiree can't, you know? It is said that he walked one day

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and there was an old woman. She was set sitting on the stairs, you know, besides the group and all the people came in, they said, Do you know who this is?

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She said no, I don't know have any idea who is this? So this is the imam for hora de Razi. In the HU alpha l Fidelia. Allah, Allah He has he has a million proofs that Allah exists. And the woman she looked, she said, if he didn't have a million doubts, he wouldn't need a million proofs. The point is, at the end of his life, what did he say? At the very end of his life when he died, he said, I wish that I could die upon the belief of the women of Nigeria, the old women, I want to be like that old woman.

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I want to die upon the belief of the Sunnah. I don't want any of this rhetoric and philosophy, I want to die upon the Sunnah.

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I want to die upon the belief that that old woman had,

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I want to die upon the belief of the old women of natural

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and many more examples that are

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narrated regarding these different

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Imams, and how they came towards the end of their life. And they change their belief. And some can say they didn't change it completely. And that's true. There were aspects we would still disagree with. And some can say that may be you know, do we know that book was from them, but I think it happened to too many people and it became Tila Tournelle is not one person or two people it became from so many of the Imams of those people that when they reached the end of their life, they told the people you stick to the Quran and the Hadith. You take it from the Quran and the Hadith, and I'm going to quote you a couple of things about philosophy.

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I'm going to quote you the statement of a of

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a chef very Rahimullah to add that he said, How can we if he al Kalam and Utah will build Jerry the one the one you will pass will be him Phil cada le Well, Asha is what you call ohada Giselle Mantova, Cal keytab was sunnah were Akbar Allah Keller, is what Chef and he said about philosophy and rhetoric. He said My ruling about the people of rhetoric is they should be beaten with palm leaves and slippers, and then they should be paraded around the town's on a donkey and it should be cried out. This is the reward of the person who busy themselves with philosophy and leaves the Quran and the Sunnah. Abu Yusuf, the famous student of Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah to Allah He said, Man

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tileable in what multilevel alien mobile kilometers and

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who whoever seeks knowledge through rhetoric and philosophy has become as indeed any heretic

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and Abu Ahmad ibn Abdullah, the great Maliki scholar he said, Edge ma QSR mean Jamie AR Helene Hamza, and hello Kela may be there it was safe, Leia or Duna Angel generic Futaba Karthik Hola. We're in the middle row, Dima. Hello, sre? Well, motor factory houfy.

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He says harsh statement even Abdullah bought him it. He said there is consensus.

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there is consensus among all the scholars of fake and Hadith from every single city, that the people have rhetoric and philosophy and rhetoric. They are the people of innovation and misguidance. None of them should be considered among the URL Amma, the Rola ma are the people of the narrations and the people who seek their fit from the Hadith.

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Ouch. That's painful.

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I'm not saying I'm just telling you that you don't be living in this like, you know,

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return on your head with some cover over your eyes. This is what they said. They didn't like that the people study from these ways of philosophy and the Greeks and the Romans and whatever they wanted the people to take their in from,

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from the book of Allah. And this is something the four Imams who unanimous upon Abu Hanifa warned against it. He took it in his earlier part of his life and he won't even want his son against he want his children against it and he wants his followers against it. Abu Yusuf warned about it so much that he called the persons in dig a heretic.

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Even Abdullah Bob from the Malik here, you heard his statement, a chef he said beat them with palm leafs and slippers and parade them out with a donkey.

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And Imam Muhammad has said similar statements to these Imams

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The religion is taken from the Hadith from the Sunnah of the Prophet sighs LM from the Quran from the H MA from the great scholars of Islam. It's not taken from Aristotle. Aristotle never used to believe in God at all. He used to say religion is useful for controlling the masses and making people you know, it's useful for building people up, but I don't believe any of it is true or most of it is not true. How can we build our religion upon the beliefs of Aristotle? Or upon the beliefs of any of the other philosophers and people have falsified Kalam

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so it's important inshallah to bear this in mind. And again, I'm quoting from durations I'm not quoting my own opinion for if you ask me my mother herb is the mouth hub of Abu Hanifa and Malika Sheffield and Akhmad fie them me in McCullough l McCallum there is nothing good and that's my method. If you have a different opinion. You have to bring it so for it because there's nothing good in it will lie.

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That's I think, a nice sort of topic for us to stop on. And inshallah it's not a big issue because inshallah for us, we don't, I mean, we shouldn't be involved in that sort of stuff anyway. But just be careful. Just be careful that we always attach ourselves to the sahih Hadith, and to the Sunnah, and to the scholars of the Sunnah the scholars of Hadith, there's great Imams of Islam that's where we take our beliefs from, that's where we take our religion from her the Allahu wa Salatu was Salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was so happy edge mine

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I don't know maybe you can show me if you have some questions that I think there were definitely some questions from the youth thing and there might be some questions from today Inshallah, who to either so we can take those questions Bismillah al Aziz.

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Just keep the questions come in inshallah we do our best.

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If you see that the four Imams were upon the Aqeedah of the early generations, how is it that people who follow those Imams today are of a different belief? I had to summarize the question because I want to keep it a bit vanilla.

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So how can they be upon that belief? That's a very good question. And that's a historical question, right? That's not a question of opinion. It's a question of history. How did we get from

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a shear theory and Abu Hanifa criticizing l McCallum, to students of them taking l McCallum and how did we get there? That's a historical question. And there's no doubt that this that as the OMA, the age goes by and time goes by, there is no doubt no doubt at all, that

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misguidance increases and influence increases. I think a lot of people were attracted to the kind of logic and philosophy of some of the groups because at the end of the day, when you first look at it, it could look attractive, right? Isn't that what happened to Jim Eben soft one? Gentleman Safwan had a lot of knowledge by the way, he was not ignorant, yet he was not like an army who didn't know anything. And what happened is he debated with the Indian philosophers and he ended up denying all of Allah's attributes. And we all agree by the way everyone agrees that's wrong. That actually is martyred. He everybody agrees that's wrong. He denied all the attributes of Allah except existence.

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Why? Because he tried to use the the rules of logic and philosophy to apply to Allah subhanho wa taala. And he tried to win an argument but by winning an argument, he lost his Deen he won the argument against those philosophers, but he ended up denying everything about Allah except his existence. So it can sometimes seem like a good way of doing things like I know in doubt, a lot of people are attracted to the kalam or the Kalani argument for the existence of God, they need to prove God exists through logic and rhetoric. And a lot of people are attracted because they think wow, you know, I can logically prove that Allah exists. But that same logic has negative

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consequences that leads to denying things about Allah and rejecting things from the Quran and the Hadith. So at the end of the day, and it's a historical question, and how did we end up here? It doesn't matter. What matters is that we go back there. What did I remember?

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emerge from the Imams, Imam Malik and others, that the latter part of this ummah will not be corrected except by what corrected the earlier part? So we go back to what we were upon

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What do you say to a person who says that selfies are extremists?

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I want to understand this word selfie to start with. I'm not like against it or in favor of it, I'm it I'm neutral on the issue. What does the word self mean? Does the word self come in the Quran? Allah Muhammad Salah fright. It means what came before? Right? A person who came before you the prophets I said to Fatima, and a cellphone. Lackey? Oh ChemiCon I'm a seller for you. And I'm going to proceed.

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So the term self what does it refer to? It should refer to the people who came before us which people who came before us because lots of people came before us. We live in you know, 1400 years 14 140 Whatever years after the hatred I saw. Generally what they refer to is Al Quran, Alma favela. The generations which were preferred by the prophet sizing, Hyrule, Quranic communism, Melodien, a Aluna, amphibolite, el Luna, the Sahaba and the tambourine and the followers of the tabby does that include an Imam Abu Hanifa, it does, he met some of the servera Sahaba he met Anas ibn Malik, but he didn't narrate from him a hadith. That's what they say in his biography. He met Anas romantic, but

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he didn't rate he was young he didn't narrate a Hadith from him but he he met him he was from the the the tabby rain, right? Does that include the Imam Malik? This is what we're talking about the Imams. The self are the people the early people. Yeah. So if by the term Salafi, you mean by that, following the way of the early people and sticking to the Quran, and the Sunnah, the way the Sahaba understood it I don't see anything wrong with that. But if you mean by it's some kind of Hezbollah some kind of group that you have to carry this card and you know, you have to follow this way and it's my way or the highway and any I don't think that we should make any any any group. Rather what

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should be is if you're asking me should I call myself Salafi? That's up to you? Should I be Salafi for certain you should? In other words, you should be someone who follows al Kitab was Sunnah wa ah, Bala, he said a phone number. The Quran and the Sunnah are what the earliest of the scholars and people the companions and those who follow them Whereupon, if you like the word, fine if you don't like the word no problem. Take any term you like Alison, no, well, Gemma, Hadith

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as horrible Hadith, whatever you like.

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But one thing I like and I want to note is that and the Sunnah never attribute themselves to one person, nor do they ever attribute themselves to a city or to a place like that they don't. So they say for example, a theory I'm a connected to the Hadith, or Halal Hadith as herbal Hadith, or Salafi I'm attached to the early generations or Hello, sunnah. The people of the Sunnah, or algebra are the people who are united upon one belief, right? But you don't attribute yourself to a person. That's why I don't like anybody to call me Wahhabi even though what I'll have is Allah's name, but I don't like that name. Because it's attributing to a person right? I'm not a follower person to follow the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Quran and the Sunnah. So that's any for me, that's my take on it any it shouldn't be a his, because Allah doesn't doesn't like for us to make to have Sophia need to make groups and things but it should be a belief system. You follow me? I follow the Kitab in the Sunnah, and what the early generations were upon and if you liked that name and hamdulillah and if you'd like a different name lab that's epidemic I don't make any exam upon you for it I don't see you have to take or you don't have to take

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come into that initial limit.

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Many people say our key there should not be taught to the people because they would not understand and ignorance is bliss. They love to be around him well, darling.

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That's it.

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And he Allah never ever praised ignorance in the Quran. Finally, one iron one Hadith anywhere, anywhere where Allah praised ignorance, outgrowing your your tariqa

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Allah never praised ignorance in the Prophet size and never ever praised ignorance not even what's rather Allah azza wa jal he told the prophet size and to say what corrupt busy Daniella then a person says this arcade is going to confuse people no attention I'll tell you what confuses people animal killer. Animal Qalam confuses me when I studied solo fic and we come to animal Cara wala by the end of it, I'm completely confused. Because it didn't come from the keytab understand that that's why it confuses everybody. Well, kind of an NDA de la illogical. 50 left and cathedra if it was from other than Allah, you'll find a lot of if they laugh in it. That's why Subhanallah

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I like these new beliefs and different things. They're confusing of course. But if you teach the people and taught me a biller who were melodica t what could you be you also the will your will ask you and told me that Bill Carter in Haiti he was sharing what's confusing about that nothing. You teach people to believe in Allah as Allah said about himself as the Prophet. So I said about him.

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Knowing numero ha can

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we bring the narrations as they came and we see them as they as they were? Is there anything confusing about that? Nothing will lie that you cannot if you say belief in Islam is confusing. This is a big accusation against Allah and against the Prophet size and because in reality you're accusing Allah of making the most important thing in this religion confusing.

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And tell me one I aware ignorance is bliss. You are afraid that will lead to an omen Kampala, Xena, O'Toole, Alma del Rajat, Allah raises people with iman and

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Shahid Allah who lead Shaheed Allah, Allah azza wa jal bears witness and now hula either in their home, well, Mala Iike to we're all caught Imam Bilquis Allah there's witnessed that there is no God worthy of worship but Him saw to the angels and people of knowledge. Every time ignorance came

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when Allah Allah criticized it and rebuked him so we just say that if you teach people simple Aqeedah according to Quran and Sunnah no problem but yeah if we get into retiree can we get Yeah, it's gonna get very confusing for people will lie. really confusing as people who study also fake well, you realize when you see a lot of it that you know, like you're talking about how to hide them, Wallah you like it making your head hurt. What's the definition of a definition and what lies Islam never came with this will lie. This is just any very confusing.

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What can some do with the current groups of Muslims claiming that they are fighting jihad? quani very simple, the same rules apply. There is no doubt Jihads mentioned many times in the Quran, right? We will read it in the Quran. We will read that hadith in the Sunnah. But what was the understanding of the companions? What was the understanding of the Imams? Now see here Jihad has two aspects right? It has an Arca de aspect and it has a few key aspects. What do I mean by that? It's a matter of FIP in the end of the day generally where do you find it in the books of faith right in the books of the mothership? You find the After After hatch in most of them a diaper if I'm not

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mistaken. You find it in the last BB of a Baghdad the last chapter of a Baghdad

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the last chapter of worship before you start more ama that normally that's where they mentioned in the books of faith.

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So it's a tricky issue. It has rules and regulations like prayer. If you're going to pray can you pray without odo? You cannot? Can you pray without facing the Qibla? You can't can you pray without standing if you're able, you can't. So just like prayer has conditions and prerequisites and rules and regulations. So the all of the other a Baghdad in Islam find me in Baghdad that doesn't have rules and regulations, even thicker, which is from the most general of a Baghdad, you can't say the bathroom and it's better to say it upon Tahara. And you know, there are rules and regulations about every single a bag, but it has an ACCA D aspect as well and Aqeedah aspect, which is where people

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have deviancy in Aikido related to this topic, like the karate for example.

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The issue of tech fear of the Muslims declaring the Muslims to be careful based on major sins and therefore fighting against them because you consider the person who does a major sin to be Kaffir. This is a deviant ideology. So this should be taken from the people of knowledge should be taken from the books or from the books of al Qaeda. And in big issues like this. Do you take it from some guy on the internet? You don't right? Where do you take big issues with either a home am ruminal me I will help the other will be when it comes to them a matter of safety and fear. They spread it around demographically and they let everybody have their word.

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Well, I've got two and if they returned it back to the rasool Allah rasool Allah, Allah will actually mean him. La anima hula, the NASM between a home in home Well, I will Allah here.

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Let's go back to mache Tana Illa Calida if it wasn't for the Mercy of Allah and His grace, you would have followed the shaytaan. But how do you do it, you return it back to the people of knowledge among you and they will give you the correct ruling about it. So you take it from the senior people of knowledge. You take it from the big scholars, you don't take it from some guy on the internet that you don't know who he is. You take it from the big scholars and from that you understand the rulings and I find to be honest, I give you a piece of advice. I find this piece of advice if you are in an issue which is a nice Zillow or which is from the most legit that the issues which are

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New like wars in this country or fighting in this place, this is like a Nazi law, right? It's like something which is it came down new, it didn't come down in the Quran, like it's something a new issue we're dealing with,

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then these issues, they should, you should take your time with them. And you should seek from the major scholars and you should go back to the classical scholars where the NAZA didn't exist. Because otherwise you're going to say this shape is just telling me because he's just paid, paid by the government, and they, you know, and all this stuff, leave all of that go back to the classical books of the method. Go back to the classical books of aqidah. Go back to the kalam of Abraham allow to add, when he talks about the levels of jihad go into the statements of the scholars of that time who there is no Tahoma there is no accusation and learn your religion properly and upon knowledge, and

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you act upon knowledge not upon.

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We're living in a very complex environment where there are different sects. What's your advice on attending community related issues? I believe you should. I believe that we as Muslims might have some issues between us and they might even be big issues. But what Allah He when it comes to the Muslim ummah, of the Muslims, like for example, issues of you know, some countries tried to ban the hijab, or they tried to stop you build in allowing to build a masjid or they don't allow you to give the ADAD these things which affect all the Muslims, I don't see there's any harm. If the issues between you are not issues of COFRA and Iman, it's no issues of disbelief, then there is no harm in

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for the benefit of the community, the prophet sighs them even he made the soul in the time of Makkah, which he made this the promise that they made and the issues with the soul and Medina with the Jews, about making peace and treating people justly and so on. For the Muslim ummah, there is no problem in

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you coming together as a group of Muslims, but there is a condition from the most important conditions it's a condition shout on academic yet create a condition that is that you do so without compromising your Arcada and without accepting the mistakes of others. It is not like come together and we all join hold hands and we pretend that there's no differences between us and we will be friends. That's not from the athlete of Alison. But you come and say this is my belief. That's what I'm upon. I don't accept that belief. But here we're talking about the right to pray. Yeah, for sure. And we can

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move as one when it comes to the right to open the masjid or the right to pray or the right for that event to be given or the right for the women to wear niqab or whatever masala Amma there might be but you do not compromise your deen or you're actually there for it. You don't come and say to somebody that yeah, I'm just going to pretend I'm the same as you and you know even they do that with the Jews and Christians they say look, let's just all call ourselves you know one, and we will just work together No, but you work together on something if there is a general benefit, but not by compromising your religion or Akita you remain clear upon what you're upon and you don't accept what

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is wrong. But sometimes there is a greater muscle heart in terms of public affairs and community related issues.

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Encouraging the people to build a message upon the Sunnah Wallah I would love the more masajid upon the sooner the better it would be no harm in building a masjid and building a masjid upon the Sunnah. How excellent is at Hamdulillah I believe so many massages are hamdulillah

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massage that are, you know the Imams and the committee members are connected to the sooner they love the sooner they want it. But yeah, for sure, I would love to see people come and to establish more masajid and Baraka is upon the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So be indeed is something that would bring happiness to everybody.

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Can you please elaborate for us the proper meaning of Eman? We spoke about the meaning of Eman in the lesson. We said that we quoted the statement of

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Al Bukhari, the man who Columbo I met, I met 1000 scholars from the people of the towns every single one of them said Eman is statement and action it goes up and down. And we said that many scholars in the especially you sometimes get people locally and stuff that give you a different opinion to that but we give our evidence in the class. So you can go back to the YouTube video for that Shahla

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can it cannot be used to debate an atheist? That's where I think it shouldn't be. And I do see what people's attraction to like go logically. But I asked my shake about it and I said, Sure. How can we address an atheist with idealer Achillea we want to give intellectual evidences but without element color. The share he said what you need to do is you need I didn't let one actually act on Sharia

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evidences which are in the Quran, and the Sunnah, but are based upon or reach out to a person's intellect. I give you an example. And Holy Quran enviroshake in M human highly code. I'm Hala. Kusama Swati will Bala up No, this is addressing the intellect, right? Were they created from nothing? Or did they create themselves? Or did they create the heavens and the earth? Rather, they are not certain. That's an intellectual argument. But it's an intellectual argument that's approved by the Quran by Allah. So these intellectual logical arguments that are approved by the Quran, there is no problem with it. I did lead to an arc Lea to ensure a

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amongst those of those who want to stick to the truth, but we are a distant community and far away from one another, how can we become united and not harm each other with evil? While it's true, it's not nice to see people distinct from one another. And I think events like this are a beautiful chance to bring people together to meet people who are like minded to get people to cooperate upon what is good. I do find that sometimes people can over cooperate. What I mean by that is, they try to kind of get in each other's way, you know, step on each other's toes, right? I'm taking over your Masjid tomorrow, you know, no, no, I'm good. You know, like, and they get on each other's toes. But

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what we need is to our to our no Albery we're

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cool, cooperate upon righteousness and keeping away from sin, and don't cooperate upon sin and transgression. So when you meet like minded people, and you see how can we work together? How can we collaborate? How can we arrange talks and lectures? How can we bring local machines to benefit us? How can we establish markers or a masjid in an area which needs it which doesn't have anything at the moment and many things that people can come together with, but what Allah He don't destroy yourselves among Don't, don't fight among yourselves and destroy yourselves between if you hold the same belief and you upon the same, any methodology. Don't make your you know your backs between you,

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you're fighting between, because Wallah, this only it just takes away your energy, and it makes you a dour, it makes it weak.

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can you advise on the pathway to take to become a scholar of hadith is a beautiful question the person said if you told us we have to take you know we've taken our deen from the Hadith, Wallah is a beautiful question. So the science of hadith is actually more than one science, right? This animal hadith is more than one science. It's not just one science. For example, there is masala Hadith or lumen Hadith, where you study the technicalities of the Hadith, there is Nutone and Hadith where you study the text of the Hadith. There is fickle sunnah, where you take the fic like the halal and haram rulings from the Hadith, and then you go to the method B and you go backwards. Instead of

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going from the method to the Hadith, you go from the Hadith to the, to the method behind it's called the Sunnah, it's not to be done aside from fecal matter, it's together and they go together took a son. And there are many other sciences of Hadith. Each one of them has a pathway. And that means that at I mean books vary, but you should aim to memorize some texts could be poetry, it could be prose, and you aim to study certain books. So I'm going to tell you them the one that we use for Al madrasa or Maria I read it for you, the one that we do for elementary Rasulullah Maria, let me just grab it

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for you in the science of Hadith. And of course you do this with the with the people of Malaysia.

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Let me just grab this one. Where is it gone? Evidence

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for element Hadith at the moment, what we are doing

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we start off with an introduction to the history of the Sunnah the science of Hadith, the change of narration to courage, and then we go on to

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in the science of Hadith, we take lb konia then we take notes and

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then we take SDSR Ulmann Hadith, and then we take Alfia to heirarchy.

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That's how we take it. And in terms of memorization, if you have the memorization to do it, just go straight for Alfia to heirarchy. If you don't then take cassava suka the mangoma of the nothern of Northwester figure by a half hijab, Rahim Allah how to add in Hadith texts. We take an hour in an hour, we're to 40 Hadees minimum and now we realize a side of him. Budokan Milan

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And then after that we take a look at Walmart Jan FEMA terrifica Allah he she heard the hadith of Kali and Muslim together and then we take this hour and he the extra Hadith Buhari the extra hadith of Muslim the extra hadith of Abdel the Tirmidhi and Messiah and people imagine

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in the science of

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sacrilege we take some books on also the tech reach a Tassili also the tech read some books like that, but that's not so like I mean you can find just general books on that. And in the science of alien we start with, that's the hidden defects we start with Kitab tummies by Ilima Muslim and then we go to

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we go to Aliza moto turbo by remember cottony and then we do sharp in relativity by a half an origin.

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So that's the path that we take with me you for the program for teaching the science of Hadith. In terms of health.

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As I said, I think I went through the hips, a basic hips, we do Albania, then the 40, Hadith or nowait, and we do cassava Sukkur by Allah means son Annie, and we do armed camp by Abdulghani advocacy. For the Advanced Health we do a lot of our inner know we Alfia to the Iraqi Bloomerang a lot lower margin. And then there's a wide of the quarter per sitter until the student memorizes the whole quarter of a sitter.

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That's the program that we have.

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That doesn't mean this program is like you know the only program now there are many alternatives I mean, this program is slightly biased towards the chef area right?

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Apart from American which is humbly but generally it's like that's because in the institute we teach chef verifique primarily

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it's not being shouted

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she comes back man Hola Hola, he's

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so I have never seen chef very any he's he loves a chef. So that because we teach in chef terrific and also it makes sense that our Hadith and our masala it makes it nice to take it from the amount of the Sharia because it kind of blends in together. We're going to talk about that in studying the madhhab next week, the issue of trying to find consistency and the different books you study. But anyone can study from any method it's not it's not method related. It's just that we slightly inclined towards like where there are two books we incline towards the one that has the chef and author so that it's consistent for the students all the way through

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that's our methodology for science of Hadith very quickly. Where do things like linguistic and mathematical of the mathematic miracles of the Quran fits in

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is an element alumina Quran comes into aroma Quran marches out to Quran, Al Jazeera Quran they call it and there is a fraud on waterfree and wasabia in it. There is extremism on both sides and there is wasabia extremism in this there's a lot in hrs Oh Quran there is extremism. And he some people change the Tafseer of the Quran away from the tipsy and nobody ever heard of it before. So they can claim it's a miracle. This is very bad ally. And some people bring miracles that are nobody from the self said ever. So I really don't like this like exaggeration on LFHS he has a Quran but just balanced Jenny bring all of the things that are miraculous from the language from the knowledge from

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the lumen Quran and so on. Bring all of that and present it to the people no problem but don't exaggerate in this issue and it comes under aroma Quran.

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After every 100 years Allah sends a reformer Please explain. That's true. Allah ROTC culinary center on the time of every 100 years, Allah azza wa jal send someone to call them back to

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the Hadith of the Prophet sighs I loved the Quran, the way of the early generation that's what happens if someone comes to call people back. It doesn't make sense to speculate. It just is their blessing that Allah subhanaw taala doesn't let us go and he let his adult life he told me everybody got here in Ireland always you stay there remains a group upon the truth and Allah sends people from time to time to renew people's attachment to the Quran and the Sunnah.

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Okay, can you please shed a light upon reliance upon weak IDs when is it allowed or not allowed? What happens when it leads leads to a straw establishing a practice? So by weak Hadith there are two types of Hadith to talk about. Actually, there are three Hadith on Darfur who shed it will Hadith one god awful who yeah, see what Hadees when Hassan only Ryrie three types of Hadith. One is a Hadith which is beautiful shed it has severe

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weeks Mogadore Bife de la SallAllahu this one law use mineral law you can even do or just don't even think on you learn it just to keep away from it. Then there is a Hadith bar for who yes, here, it's weak, but its weakness is small. This one, your attacker will be He, you take a T bar, what does he mean a T bar, you keep it in your mind, perhaps you will find a supporting duration for it later on. Perhaps it's weak in that scholars view but later on you find the Hadith has a supporting chain. So you make it more accessible and you think about it, you keep it in your mind. You write it down in the books or fix sometimes when you don't have anything. Be careful when it Timothy says for

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example, our Sahaba filled up the most authentic hadith on the topic is this does it mean the Hadith authentic

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doesn't, it means it's the most authentic I have it might be authentic, it might be weak, it might be fair, but it's the best I have an Imam Muhammad used to say, and Hadees we'll dive a hubco la mirada region. I would prefer a weak Hadith since just somebody's opinion. But I believe what Imam Muhammad meant here is that hadith hasn't Desiree Hadith which is weak but is then raised up to the level of fair because of supporting durations. So my advice is the Hadith which is Hasson leave it here you can implement it, the Hadith which is slightly weak, you can bear it in mind. And if you have nothing else on the topic, you can take it into account. But it's not really to be any

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implemented or acted upon. But you can keep it in mind. Because it's only slightly weak, you can keep it in mind, and especially if you don't have anything else on the topic.

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And the Hadees, which is severely weak, there is just you learned to keep away from it. That's all I'm going to say because that can stand on almost every time. If a woman is upon the Quran, the Sunnah, and the husband is not and the husband does not want to have children because a difference of belief, what would be the way forward? While I don't feel like that this is something that would need to come between the wife and the husband and that much. And I think that insha Allah hooter Allah. She could No, treat him in a good way with gentleness and kindness. Because his belief that she mentioned, it's not it's not like he's like not Muslim, or he's got a crazy belief. No, he's

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Muslim, but he has some mistakes in his belief, try to gently correct him. Explain to him slowly and softly encourage him. But for him to say he doesn't want to have kids because it gives my kids grew up, you know, like,

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I don't know. Like that's, that's like scary to me. You know, like, it makes me scared. Well, like, I know, if there's no other choice, maybe they can try to bring to any mom or share who could reconcile between them. But it's hard because who do you bring to which chef he share her chef? Or you bring them both to fight it out? Among the shakes? It's a bit hard, right? It's a little bit hard. But what like my advice, honestly, is start with softness. Wallahi filter out is the worst example of cover that you can think of right? For our, What did Allah say to Musa and Harun for Kula who called and lay in law Allah Who yet as eco Yaksha, say to him a gentle word, perhaps he will

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remember or perhaps he will fear Allah. So be gentle with him.

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Risk never came into something except that it made a beautiful softness, and it was never taken out of anything except it made it out to just be be gentle, try to reconcile, try to get family members involved, try to, you know, come to an agreement between you. And if it doesn't work, then then you have to escalate it to the next stage of having somebody else try to solve the problem by the permission of Allah.

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Can you raise your hands when making dua? I mean, raising your hands when making dua, is probably more of a fixed issue and to a certain extent, but yes, there are some mistakes people make. So I think the question is, when did the Prophet SAW Selim raise his hands into? Was it every time? Or were there examples he didn't raise his hands into? So this is something that you could like look into and research. And with that research, you would be able to know when is it allowed or not allowed? I give an example. As much as I have found research, it's my research what I can find the profit size M didn't raise his hands on the member insalata July.

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That's what I thought he didn't.

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Again, if someone can bring me a hadith and say no, he did he is the Hadith then call us no problem. But as I found that what from my limited research is that he didn't raise his hands on the member in July. So that could be an example. So it's something to look into like that in shallow time.

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Also, there's another issue, which is separate. There's an issue of raising your hands on there's an issue of making dye and congregation as well. That's also a separate issue. Like so don't mix them together any. Like for example, I raised my hands. Yeah. You know, but the question is like, how

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Am I allowed to do that now together with people when it's not allowed or not allowed? Again we go back to the Sunday look at it, when did the Prophet system do it? Did the Sahaba use the dislike any kinds of to add together? Or did they not make any kind of dua

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for example, the people collect got together and they started making dua for Mr. Ibrahim taba went to beat them and he joined in. He didn't like them in that circumstance that they were in. He didn't like that they were gathering together doing that. So there are some examples, you have to look at it and try to come to the, you know, to do some research on the topic.

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What skills should a female learn so she may earn a living? I mean, definitely, there's no the answer. I'll ask him that the basic principle is that it's not that the answer that a woman should work right. A woman working is the only is an option. But it's not the answer. It's not the basic principle. The basic principle is, the guy should be working to put the food on the table and the, you know, the money in the pocket. That's his problem. It should be. But there's nothing haram with her working if she fulfills three conditions. The first thing is her job is halal and doesn't involve any aspect of haram. The second thing is that she has the permission of her wedding,

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whether or the husband or what any her Mahara, whatever it is. The third one is that she doesn't feel negligent in her duties to Allah, that Allah has given her such as responsibility for the household and the children that Allah gave her in the Hadith we mentioned

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Allah could no camera and workflow canvas or on a variety? What kind would you recommend? Well, Allah He, I personally would recommend things that don't have Tilak mixing between men and women work from home, things like that, things where you can work away from the office. So it is a good industry like that, because you can work away from the office. And often and often people, you know, you don't have to have mixed mixing between people, you can deal with it by audio, or you can deal with it by email and things like that. So that could be and also things that are unique to women as well. You know, like there are some things that we you know, only women can do. So those are also

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recommended, but again, those are the conditions and I was getting time for.

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And then I've already mentioned about scholars quoting Aristotle so we can leave that one insha Allah.

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This one says, Is it true that a bliss is the father of the jinn, this is a matter of the scholars differed over so some matters of Aikido? There is ft laughing it, the scholars differed over it. I believe the stronger opinion is he is the father of the jinn, like Adam is the father of mankind. Because of the statement of Allah is his effort if you don't know who will read yet.

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The I think this indicates that he is the father of the gym, but many of the scholars took different opinions about it. And this is a matter which there is no agreement from Allah sunnah on it, so it doesn't make any harm. But you research it and you you know from my research, I believe he is the father of the Jin Wallah who Adam

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when a person dies, to the source meet, and does a person know what has happened to their child. So this is an example not yomo Kiana. We're talking about both like the parent and child dies.

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They can be something that is mentioned from Ali ibn Abi Talib. I recall. He mentioned it with regard to the statement of Allah Allahu Allah the into effect can be late where Allah will merge with the heart or he said

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the other Iron circle and am

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no, no, there's this I am sure. In this I owe the other eye about sleep and death that he mentioned the statement of Ali ibn Abi Talib, Radi Allahu Anhu about the souls meeting. This needs research as to its authenticity. And if it's authentic, then there's no doubt that Ali Radi Allahu and would not say such a thing. You're right. And he with his opinion, he would say So based upon what he heard from the Prophet, so I seldom but I don't have the quote with me, you'd have to look the quarter up and you will have to research the authenticity of it. I don't recall it. But he mentioned basically to do with the dreams that when a person sleeps, and they saw partially exits their body, so that

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partial connection can meet with some of the souls that have passed away. That's the colossal collapse, but I don't recall it authenticity.

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Children come from divorced parents, how should I deal with troublesome toddlers? they lash out they don't know how to communicate their emotions. How can I discipline them? They're under the age of six, with gentleness, look, the prophets I send them and I said I he said him to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I shall acini I served the prophets I some 10 years firmer carletti He never said to me off.

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And he never said to me Why did you do this? Or why did you not do that? So I mean by that not that you never discipline your children. I just mean that in the matters of the dunya be gentle with

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In the matters of the Dean encourage them insha Allah Who Tada and discipline them in a way that's appropriate to their age because under six might not be mommy's, the child might not have enough understanding of what's right and wrong. So in this case, you know, you have to be gentle with them, gently discipline them that they still have a love for the deep Habibollah Ada evadne The Hadith of the effort of Ibiza make Allah beloved to his servants, but at the same time, discipline them in an appropriate way, but show them love and gentleness so that they come to love the religion and so the insha Allah Who to Allah, they come down in their behaviors and if you feel that Rakesh AMI calm

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them down, there's no harm in that in sha Allah. Is there any Hadith

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that instructors are there any actual time where Surah Yaseen should be recited the strongest one, all Hadith about Surya Sina week except one, which has its borderline, which is lucky no multicam

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Surah Yaseen, this one if there is an authentic hadith about Surah Yaseen, it would be this one. And if it's authentic, then it refers to when the person is dying. And some of the scholars said that when the person is is in the moment of death, that you can read surah Yaseen wala it needs some research because the hadith is is to me it's borderline any like there is an all the other Hadith about Surah Yaseen femur I love the old like yes in calibre Quran all of those there is a common handshake

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is it from the Aqeedah to follow the Muslim healthcare? All right.

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So follow the Muslim leaders in the Gulf and and so on and so on and so on.

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Equality the issue of al Qaeda.

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There are issues of al Qaeda relating to what they call Miss Ella tool EMA and we're going to stop now for Salah but it's the last question. There are issues related to miss Ella tool EMA? What does miss Ella 20 Ema mean? It means that matters relating to rulership. Sometimes they call it CI Sasha Yeah, they call it miss Ella 20, EMA, the issues relating to rulership. And these Messiah is some of them are fit here. They fit Messiah, the books of the method, and some of them are academia. So from the Messiah in academia is a semi

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legally, obedience to the Muslim ruler. And even if the Muslim ruler is a ruler of a country, rather than the whole Muslims, they still have a similar rotala femur or handle Allah azza wa jal from the people that are in that country, because that ultimately, at the end of the day, that is an awesome and also the deed. And it's mentioned in the books of al Qaeda. And it's mentioned in the Hadith of the prophets I seldom will see can be toquilla was seminary while Torah were entitled ma Alikum

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or Abdon Habashi and

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even if there is an other Simeon slave in control over you, you should hear and obey

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for this is an Akita issue, but there are a few key issues from the few key issues is how do we deal with different countries? One country has any man another country has any map? This is not new, by the way. This has been since the end of a doubler and we are like right back in the back in the days that there have been different Muslim countries and rulers and things like that.

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How to deal with that is a mess Allah for Korea, it's not academia at all. The key issue how where does the control extend over and to what is the issue and it's mentioned in the books are filled. So this is another topic for another day, but it deserves a proper topic and inshallah to Allah, we have some modules for meu on that we have a metal LMS Ellerton ima an introduction to the Messiah ill of ruling rulership and it we speak a lot about different rulers and different

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fit fifth issues and academic issues relating to the matter of which ruler you have to follow and obey. They would have been a better question than the Gulf because we're not in the Gulf. A better question will be what do we do in a country where we have a non Muslim ruler but we are here in living here as an Alia as a minority? That's a huge question. It has so much fat to it. It's a mess. LSVT Yeah, well, Messiah Alfa Korea, many issues related to it, what laws you follow or don't and are you allowed to break them and not? How what Who do you take allegiance to or who do you give your money to? Who do you follow in this? But from the things that are said is that who am in the

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Quran, it means Allah, Allah, Allah will o'mara

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the word Quran, it means the scholars and the rulers. So here if you're in a place where you do not have a Muslim ruler, at least you have scholars and people have knowledge and those scholars and people of knowledge in sha Allah Who to Allah will be able to assist you in giving the leadership to the religious community, not leadership to the any political community.

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But we leadership to the most to the Muslim community, because if you do not have Omar to give you that leadership, then you have erla and the scholars of tafsir Yanni commonly mentioned this old Amer they are a ruler ma well O'Meara so that's one issue but there's so many issues about living as a minority and fix issues. There's a lot of stuff to talk about in that and it's a miss Ella Amasa and worth studying and worth doing research on it. Harder Allahu Allah, wa salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala early you are as Harvey hmri In sha Allah to Allah we are now going to finish and we start for Salah to Margaret Barbara Koloff you can watch Zack Hola, Hi Ron Zack Kamala Palin, I

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really appreciate you everyone. You listen so on so well you attended and you gave your attention. May Allah azza wa jal bless you with the best of this world and the next May Allah azza wa jal guide us to the truth and allow us to follow it may Allah show us the falsehood as false and allow us to keep away from it. May Allah subhanaw taala blessed us with beneficial knowledge and the ability to act upon it. That's what Allah made easy for me to mention Allah knows best was Salatu was Salam ala Nabina Muhammad Ali he also happy HMI

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