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A bachelor degree master's degree there and also a acquire a PhD in Islamic theology Hamdu lillahi rabbil aalameen and Shira is also known to have studied and many scholars of the 20th century greatest scholars such as she says members and she under a Zakka Fifi and it's an honor that Hamdulillah we have him for the next couple of days. He will be with us tonight where he will be doing a commentary on wasa to Cobra of Sharia Islam even Taymiyah which is a major or the major recommendation is a great book by Shell Islam Ibn Taymiyyah and he'll be with us tomorrow inshallah delivering the hotbar and also after Salah tomorrow, we'll be having a lecture on the grave and
beyond, and inshallah on Saturday, it will be having a one day seminar. So if you need more information about how to register and how to get into the seminar, please look around the masjid, there is a QR code there where you could scan and register and inshallah without further ado, I'd like to request the brothers and the sisters to share Allah gives your respect to this share and listen to him. And we'd like the chef to begin his portfolio Daffodil mascara
Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah what are the he also heavy women who Allah about
you so just explain for those who are new to tonight today or tonight. Tonight class is
it's just a regular class that we do every week. And we read from alwasy Cobra, we did one class than today's the second reading. We have people on zoom from different places in the world attending. It's a private kind of class. But since I am in Birmingham, and they said and instead of giving this class from the hotel room, I get chance to see the brothers who take the class with me every week in Birmingham and also for the general public to benefit from it. So the way it works, somebody read and after that I make a comment on the reading. So we have a volunteer you want to read kaka Nelson I come here
the beginning you can read from the beginning
to Lara mahiya Bismillah AR Rahman AR Raheem from Ahmed Ibn Taymiyyah I always say whenever we read a book, the author has a right over us and he wrote this book we benefit from his book for now hi Lena. And his right is to
to make the out for him. So you say the author Rahim Allah says
yeah, thorough him Allah said, May Allah forgive him, to those whom this book has reached of Muslims faithful to the Sunnah and Jamara those who have seen that again, sorry. I just tried to compare with they have an A in Arabic book had the book that has reached of Muslims faithful says like that auditors from ACMA, Devon Tamia.
It said those whom this book has reached off Muslims, the original Texas Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim from Ahmed bin Taymiyyah to those who this book or this message or this letter will reach. So after some missing here from Ahmed Ibn Taymiyyah to and this is the way he started his book. It is the way of the Prophet sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam first by saying Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. It is sunnah to start your writing with Synod slaughter writing with Allah Allah Maha Maha Mala and Bismillah to Scheifele Kitab what a trifle Jota ball hammer Well, Kenny Matt Bismillah R Rahman Rahim you don't see it in hotbar. Even some of them are considered
Vidal to start the hope of the drama by saying Bismillah Rahim Allah and because in the Vsauce he stopped the hot bullet Alhamdulillah. As for the writing in the visa Salam used to write Bismillah R Rahman Rahim also, Al best mela to start with the Bismillah is a sunnah Quran iya is the
So now the Quran, where all the verses and sorrows are sorted this Milan except one slouches October then he said, mean even Tamia LM and yesterday really he had Kitab from Ahmedabad Tamia to those this letter or book will reach. And that's again following the prophets of salaam way.
In Nabi SallAllahu Sallam he wrote this letter, the famous letter to who Huracan
to the king of the Roman king at the time, and he said, Salalah Salam, Min Muhammad Rasool Allah, Allah hirako La Vie maroon from Muhammad Rasool Allah, the Messenger of Allah to Huracan, the great king of Rome, okay. So even to me, I use the same exact language. And not only that, that he also follow the way of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be and then the BSL Allah Allah Selim used to be nice and kind when he invites people to Islam and imitate Me or him Allah as you will see, now, he is so nice and kind while he's inviting those people to Islam, or inviting them to the Sunnah of the Prophet sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam and I will say this
you need to be extra careful when you write then when you talk
Danny Houston to a lot of you be extra nice when you write then
a direct talk can anybody tell me why?
And if yes
writing will stay for longer very good observation what else?
Why you have to be extra nice when I write to someone more than being nice to my talk directly to the person Yes
beautiful because writing is so dry.
Some words when you write it, it's it's cross very strong. But if I say it while I'm smiling my body language Milea down a little bit you know, you know I smile later on I give a person a hug. It will it will take away the harshness of the words that I use in the conversation but writing is very dry that's why I'm writing you have to be very careful to be extra extra nice. Also this way is something that I do believe missing so much between us as Muslims today which is we write to each others as an advice what do we do today we write to each others as fully as exposure just to make a comment on your Facebook or in your Instagram or on your social media just to make me famous just to
make me you know get you that's like being nasty being this you know being mean and and always say treat people the way you would like to be treated.
So you have to treat people in a nice way when you when you write to them today unfortunately there's no nose no see how became very rare. Nothing has private it is something that or it is in general like even Tamia Rahim Allah he's not specifically mentioned one person, but this isn't to say hi to Sansa this is minus they had to Birmingham for example. This is by no say hi to Mr. Green Lane mustard. I write something to talk about like that. No Say hi to the Muslims and to the specific group. And even Tamia Rahim Allah cared a lot about that in my lifetime, my lifetime. The chef that I found
cares so much about this was Chefman basil Rahim Allah
He was an amazing person that comes to writing an essay
and many of his book Cartman Abdullah isn't on the lobbying bas from same way the person to son so and he wrote to Kings presidents, he wrote to
ministers wrote to scholars to institutes, universities mazing.
In in 90s, okay, we had chef Baca Abubakar just revisiting United States, but hang on Allah
and I was with him and some other Messiah.
So he was before we any the day he said we'll move leaving the group or the delegate will leave tomorrow or after tomorrow.
So the chef said, I wrote a letter to the President of United States
I forgot who was the president that time maybe the end of Clinton time? I'm not sure.
He said, I wrote a letter to the president united states
and I want to deliver it to the White House.
I shall any I know any traffic's Howard to take you from this station to that airport. But take it to the White House. This is a little bit hard for me. You know, I have to figure out how to move a ship and sisty said, I wrote a letter and I have to give it so I looked and find how to submit a letter to the president. And we actually did and put it in the mail certify that the letter and the letter was to the president united states telling him that he visited the United States and he was so pleased to see the Muslims have freedom to practice their deen and, and it was a visit to establish a master and he encouraged the president to continue the legislation that will protect the
Muslims rights and you know, inside the United States, then he encouraged him that this policy will be expanded to the Muslim world to encourage spirit of those of those very beautiful right then and then said, and it is my duty as someone who wants nothing but good for you and your country, that you and your family to accept Islam. Then he said Islam is and he's likes playing a slot in his letter. So sweet, they would let our rhythms Delilah. And he he said Allah will ask me in the desert when if I walk into this country as I add him as a scholar as a chef, why didn't I give the power to the head of the state and in the be salsa Lim said he said you know will lead this is in the visa
Salam sin as as a leader of Muslims and as a scholar he's a leader is to give doubt to the leaders
not expected the average person the masses to do that. So as a leader the Muslim That's my duty to do
he mentioned something in the line that he learned this from Sherwin basil him on law
at so beautiful, you know, that's any a very an interesting way of looking at
the Dow one the work and and just to be in the, in the the mood of giving Dawa and especially using writing if you have a good writing skill and for that purpose. So from the heavy Damia to those who their book will reach
of Muslims faithful to the Sunnah and Jamar those who belong to the group of the exemplary hold on Yeah, I cannot because the translation is sometimes not he said from the Muslims who prescribe to the Sunnah and Ultima
he said faithful to the scenario actually the right translation in my opinion would be and you guys correct me if I'm wrong English is my third language. So
second, I guess
it says, minion Muslim en el moonta cb Ana ilosone If you're Dima so those who prescribe not faithful prescribe to the sun and Gemma
it is interesting here
we have a circle that called Islam
inside that circle, there is another smaller circle that's called a Hannah Suniti well Jana
i Listen I'll do my smaller circle than the bigger circle
following so the the biggest circle, Islam the Muslims, so in this circles, anyone who fulfill the conditions of being a Muslims will basically worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and do not negate his to hate his Eman his faith
as long as he doesn't negate he's still in that circle even if he's moved today even this facet is bad person. He's still a Muslim
innovator still awesome. Unless they violate his to hate and invalidate his their hate that's outside the circle of Islam.
They inside that big circle there is a smaller circle it's called unassimilable jemar. Or people call it a pi over two elements. Voila, our rocket to Nigeria or many different names and that smaller circle Okay, is the people who commit to the Sunnah and commit to the GEMA.
Okay, what that means sunnah, Yanni the way of the prophets of Allah Salah and in Jamaica, what it means, in general, Allah debated over how to understand this. So the most famous understanding of it, one of the Muslims understanding of
et al Jana here the way of the Sahaba so they adhere to the way of the prophets of Salaam and the way of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu lism or those who adhere to the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem and Gemma it means those who are united around the leaders. So they follow the stable that basically when it comes to the religion what did he take it from from the way the process and the whole into the unity of the Muslims the unity of the Muslim as the united together
the word I assume that you will Jana
the oldest if you trace back who's the first one use the term Edison oedema
the oldest we could found is if an ibis only allow Anwar Allah even though I'm gonna invest time there is no other than answer Danny even ambass time or the Sahaba time the big circle is the small circle
you know, it became a problem later on when bidet started with namaste because he was young. So he made me witness some of them Conrad does, that's why he talked about in the middle bass time that is be that started like Battle Kadar How are you know, several year there is like some shears like also and the other the one who deny the other, it was very common in the Ibis or became popular. So it was started in so he witnessed some of these new Bidda innovations. The ambassador the Allah and one me said,
yo matter we have to do, what has what to do. He said that we have Buju Allison net evil Jana. What is What do rocketium Bala
that the faces of the people of Addison that people have sinned and their faces will be shining? The people of Baghdad their faces will be dark, and darkness.
I had a similar amount I was used as a term was used.
For a reason.
You might ask a question and this big question. The answer for it will be in details in this book.
Why would I use two? Well, why? Why do I need to invent a new name? A hallucinogen? Why didn't I call Muslims Islam?
Why didn't we just call ourselves Muslimeen why added Hadith Why 30 Why Salafi why the this or that? Or body reorder shadow all these names? Where it came from?
He will answer this in detail. But for me now what I need to talk about here I mentioned is the word Alison hold him out why it was mentioned it was mentioned to identify who they are to differentiate between two groups. The people who follow the Sunnah and Gemma and the people who don't, and the people who don't are many. So in the title, the Sahaba in the end of the tunnel of Sahara, not among the sahaba. But people lived in the time of the Sahara, they were not companions. There is this idea of rejecting the Sunnah
you know, and what's the Quran says?
I didn't say Muslim when I said I'll be Allah and her servant asked her she told her that the Sunnah is this she said, What and which is a woman who had her period she make up the fast but she doesn't make it she doesn't make up that
Salah then she said Why? The national call it a hot Oriya NT? Are you from a karate who don't follow the Sunnah on the process. So it looks like the idea it started and the cod mentioned that when he talks about the history of a son and he said that his diet there were like early talk in the early days of people saying, you know, we don't need to follow the sun No, just take the Quran or whatever. So that idea to differentiate the view for the Sunnah from those also, there is a group of people who do not have the unity on the Muslim. They broke off the Kilda with man. The fitna with Adalet Allah Anwar killing it out on the Allah. So there is a lot of debate like it like Michigan in
Hussein and the fifth novel Hussein Dr. Hussain, the war the civil war that took place so al Gemma admits those who unite around the leader
to differentiate those who understand the importance of that from those who believe that you can rebel or carry weapons and cause civil disturbance or roar, and in the society.
Also, those who do not respect the Sahaba rejected the Sahara, make the clear to the companion helot. It said everybody is Catholics at Omokoroa and those who lived in their time
but it also is not
indica Shia is it the cure to Mao Yeah, and
the House and the massage area and others.
So, and they said the Shia Alija on they said all the Sahaba left Islam except seven or so 14
So you have all these waves coming up. That's why they said Addison, so only it's used to identify
and did to differentiate between the beautiful of the Sunnah and those who don't follow the sun. I will say this again.
This term was used to differentiate today we use it to identify more of
boosting pride you know, just an if it was used to break the interview this is not right. It was only used to make people not confused understand this bidet from the Sunnah
there's more talking coming so I'm just gonna not talk about it right now. Let me share Abu al Baraka are they been Messiah Farah Lama he may Allah Allah mercy on him Alma we on my way, those who prescribe to the group have a shareholder out of the learned or the knowledgeable share. Alcoa has a role model, a bull market
that says Kuhnian his nickname, ID, even musafir and we
And to those who follow his example, may Allah lead them to his path and assist them in obedience to Him and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam May Allah make them of one mind by his unbreakable reins, rightly guided on the path of those upon whom he has bestowed His grace to prophets, the righteous the marches, and pious and may He avert them from the path of the wayward of those who deviate from the straight from the straight path, who depart from what he sent through His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of law and method so that they be of the most vigorous followers of the Quran and Sunnah May Allah's peace and blessings be upon you? We praise Allah subhana wa Tada there
is no god but He Allah
Yeah, and you're starving.
Do you see how nice and kind he is making so much draft for them? So this letter to the Muslims to Alison knowledge and the even small circle and this letter, this book is also specifically for the follower of a che Emily Bella Katha deepness, Halford Ohmori and those who are like them, because maybe they like them but they follow someone or
and he made so much out for them and to protect them from evil and from Vidin to guide them to the Sunnah answer, and he said that
any one of the men now one of the grid blessings of Allah is to follow the Quran and Sunnah and he asked a lot to grant them this blessing.
We talked about the importance of writing Okay, to each other's and advising each other and writing. I've even had him as I was telling you right now sorry, I deeply Mustapha, normally he was a Sophie man.
His followers are Sophie his followers became an extreme Sophie extreme extreme like you will know now.
Okay. very extreme
I didn't have in herself as a person is good. He has a booking operator that is correct according to the wave is another drummer. But his follower became very far away from him. Okay, and not only small bidder but major bidders that take them out of Islam at least many of them
by you yet have been Tamia Rahim Allah wrote to them
and even they are very far away. He still wrote that Naseeha in a very friendly, brotherly type of spirit. And he can tell from the beginning.
Okay. And basically, this is from the firt because when you be nice to people who so
used to something so excited about something, what you need to do to be very nice and kind because of a comment. This has all been going on you guys go to hell fire.
Like one chef, he told him I was crying
But now I am yeah, no. Any I follow, for example, this sect which has been at the shell soul and you're off, is it? Oh, you just switch coordinators and hellfire. That's all what you did?
Yeah, and he just switch corners? Is that a wave they think he's gonna regret? Most likely no, I'm gonna say no, you're very well. So I've been to Mira hemella is very nice this smart and fit the way he approached it and start with this long to offer them to open their heart.
what I would like you to pay attention to
and something that we were talking earlier about today, me and Tom gala when he was here and
there is he saw balance
when it approached these issues, so he speaks in a very soft tone, tone. But in the same time, he is very firm in the belief.
He is not wishy washy.
He's not clearly not clear, he is very clear where he stands.
And everybody know what does it mean? Tamia stands on 123. But in the same times when he talked to people, he's very nice and kind.
We have the two extreme.
We have people who are very rough
not far away from here.
I met once in a hotel room and
England and USA and America coming as a guest speaker.
And that person was saying
when telling me about how there is this one innovator came to somebody is from the scholars, and this guy was came out from his house and he slapped him in his face. Then he came back and some others who said Yeah, him out and donkey
and stuff like that.
And because I was telling him about the see how to be nice and kind. So he gave me this example, this exam.
I said I want to ask you who is our role model?
Why would you leave Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a role model and you take pick someone from the military even I bet you anything you don't even know his name. It just one from the salah. Or if you know his name, you don't know much about him.
That's just not a correct that's how.
And in the visa song you're not allowed to hit someone in his face, even in water.
And beach man or Matt, it's not allowed for even if he's a Kaffir.
So if that's the case, we get that's not right. So that's an extreme
and the other extreme nice and kind, and to be supportive for someone. But what happened?
You start compromising the truth.
People will the message will be lost.
That's also not correct. And is not certain right?
You should build the balance where people understand where everybody stands. And what's the hackers? And in the same times, you've been kind of nice in the way you deliver the message to the people.
What a beautiful way of addressing his father. It's like another modern language today. He didn't say Father. Yeah, it is more like that.
There's a big difference between a father and that
he did that.
limita widow man is no one else.
Still federal law Karabi I asked forgiveness for you very nice and kind. Germany manly
or German. Get out of here. I will basically stone you. And so and he's so rough. And even to me is so soft and gentle. And in the same time he's so sorry, Musa Sana, soften did it but at the same time he is very firm and clear what he said. He said you know what, okay should know. When people came to the auto surah Allah will be Muslim. But let us worship our idols.
For a year he said no. A month he said no.
A week he said no.
That's it. Even there is no Some people also said Xena adulteries. No
but other things when they said your Salah What about salah is that I can pray three times is it okay until you okay not to change the religion but he accepted that's also from Him and He will literally as I'm not gonna Jihad I'm not gonna prescribe the jihad I'm not gonna give charity said okay
then he said later on the will and He did
so there is an area where you can be compromising an area you cannot be come from me but I'm talking about even higher level where you people don't know where you stand even
though you and I want to say sometimes there is exaggeration
and there is exaggeration and the issue of where do you stand on the issue
how is it so obvious some things are very obvious I don't need to make a statement every time like for example if you see what he asuni having an event for example with a rabbi
in Houston talking about important of freedom of religion and protecting the minorities
they need to tell you what I stand on Palestine issue
became ridiculous sometimes so now you have to I saw you other advisors talking about Philistine I'm talking about something completely different. We have a hunger issues we have attacked by like super white supremacy is on you know, synagogue on Listen, that's why we working together and making sure that it's protected. I don't need to do that. Unless there is a reason there's a Shabbat
and when you see me with someone who is for example, whatever you know, it means I have to make a statement about everything related to that person that's not correct. But when it is so wish wash
No, I have to be clear somebody is so active and be there something new active and something immoral. Make sure to make them a citizen This is not me this is I was just there in the in the in the general sense. You know, just being in a conference that has 1000s of people.
It needs to be balanced.
Hola Hola. Hola. Hola, Lena La La Jolla that go, oh Yaksha.
It is important for Musa alayhis salam is when our honor the approach for out is to speak softly nicely kind
unless the person crossed the line
when you cross the line and he became very aggressive and that's where you can be firm and not soft anymore. It's like when he said we need a woman okay, if our
ash myth boo, right, yeah, honey, you are going to die. That's very strong. Say. So I remember. You know, we have in America that white supremacy is the said we're going to show up with our rifle in front of the massage.
Everybody going to get his rifle and guns and just come to can you imagine you walk in and you see like a bunch of black guys, you know, with rifles and guns coming. I mean, in England, you guys don't have guns, but
hamdulillah but in America, it's just, you know, common thing. So they said you gotta do that. So I was like in a meeting with some Muslim organization. What do we got to do? So I'm gonna I'm gonna bring flowers and lemonade. You know maybe we'll give them any offer them
What do you think? Shefali I said I'm bringing my gun. I don't know about you. But um, I carry I open carry my gun I'm going to put on my waist and I'm going to carry it.
That's what I'm going to do on Friday. I'm going to the huddle this way. I don't know about you.
And I'm going to make sure that our security team are armed to the end they have their guns
that's legal there's my legal right and United States
you know, they practice their legal rights. I practice my legal right.
You're not intimidated me. I don't get scared.
You know, but I'm not planning to have a war. But you know what, I'm not gonna burn. I'm gonna like, oh, like, bend my back. No, I'll stand up straight and walk.
So sometimes you need to show strength, not like, you know this gentleness and they have to be Hakeem to put it where it belongs where it would the people who deserve it.
Yeah, he said. And he after that he talked about the follower of ID event was happening
and his followers, so I think it won't be any important for you and I didn't do that before so it's nice. Who's that evening was after
he was at the
Mustafa that he mentioned and his followers
Id have been solid a shammy from a sham because he was born there. He was born in Lebanon today okay in balabac
in a city not far away from there and he was born
467 Hijiri which it means 1077 okay
and he died 557 Okay. So he lived 90 years. The chef idea, Rahim Allah
He basically was in a company of a great names of his time. And the most important one that he studied with any trouble with a Shahab there chiral Gilani
and Shabda cognitive Jilani is one of those figures that is very well known. And he used to be Hanbury and Shafi. They used to say that he is a *ing when he reads his biographies and humbly and Shafi and both groups claim him and he used to give fatwa in the Humboldt
area and humble in the shower that was he's so he's so solid into my labs the t consider a reference in these two minutes
and he was one of the side when an avid worshipers on a lot of things was made up on him later on, but he is Yanni Dakota Janani Haas, that's it any when you say his name everybody knows that he's one of the writers personally. So for him to be in a company of than to study with them and travel on them to hedge that became a big thing. And shadow Kayla and men big what her mad the best method the best is a famous name and Sufism because he's one of the people who have contributed to
shifting Sufism from personal practice to be more of a structure practices as I will mention in a little bit.
even though the people said about this matter is famous among sofas, but you actually have no knowledge and he kind of died and he doesn't have any he's ignorant when it comes to Sharia. He's not a shareholder I don't want anything like that.
The best of them Josie Rahim Allah said candidates are so off with that and Maddie for cash for Illumina mountain, Wi Fi and Anila enemy are shorter and l me surely one Africa Allah to harsh he was Miss Yanni he was Miss categorized by the ignorant people as a chef and scholar but he was not in the Josie any basically saying
an ummah we he said the mov because he claimed that people claim that he was descended of marijuana that Hakim, the Omo Khalifa, the Saudi had been to me, I said, why the Katipunan kata, that's a lie. He is not from Benny Omiya at all. And even though almost everybody wrote his biography said that he's OMalley from Benny Omiya. But epidemiol have a lot in detail why it is not true.
I do have numerous AVID is somebody that I spend a quiet time trying to figure him out. And his facade is very weird, it's very confusing. And his biography makes you more confused.
And there is many people who have the same name like him, and he noticed sometimes they're mixing of the narration, they refer to another ID and it depends on and goes back to him. So, this palaeography is is quite an interesting thing to study and to analyze.
And also one of the things that just to show you how confusing it was having is
he is someone the answer no and GEMA
as an older man, the people who are very savvy you know,
reference take his book and he does a reference
he has a book and updated that we use as a reference and we refer to it and it is an excellent book
also you have the Sophie's were not
Yeah, and following the Sunnah 100% but not those extreme.
You know, they also claim that their follower of idealism and consider him as well he and one of the reference for Sufism
and extreme Sufis
Who like very far away from the Sunnah, claimed that he is the shear.
Then farther that there, there is people who worship the shape on Satan, the satanic worshiper, they see these, I will azD consider any news overshare.
And they call the whole movement after him.
And they consider him part of God, like you touched by Angel stolen.
Can you can you imagine how far like from the farthest left to the mainstream to the or mainstream Muslims, to the Soviet to the Forest Service to the you know, the father or the villa. All of them said that that is our chef.
That's why it is Yanni interesting to study this person.
And what I would like to focus on this short paragraph of his, what is related to why Ibn Taymiyyah wrote what you wrote, and when you read when you hear me now, when you read the letter, you understand what even Taymiyah coming from
he started his life in Lebanon, young boy, going to the outside to the countryside, memorize the Quran most likely finishes early studies. Then after that he traveled to Baghdad. But that is the capital of the Muslim world at that time. It's IBC time. And it is where all the knowledge is, or most one of the most recognized place and knowledge especially with the schools. And at that time, there is a metro South Korean of Armenia, Mala Mia and Colombia in Baghdad and this madrasa basically it became responsible for graduating the most famous Sophie's in the Muslim history in Islamic history. And Sufism was something it was basically a very strong movement supported by
government at that time. Anyway, in Baghdad, he basically met him made the bus and Sahara worthy and he was so close to a Gilani oral Killarney, you can both say, and they together travel at 509. To hedge together. They also who's he met Abu Hamid Al Ghazali. The
piano great, famous cars and humble handles that his brother Abdurrahman for 200. Okay, it was Zanni. So,
and that's why the books around the time talks about it being Mustafa, as one of the leader of the Sufis and his karamat. His miracles is Mujahidin, his, you know,
as somebody an important figure of his time, that's why those who write about Sufism, they will see that they will mention the greatest history of of leaders and Sufism and only and saints and stuff like that, like Ahmed Rifai and a woman Ian sure ate from Morocco, you know, these great names alongside with them will come and even musafir the people who wrote about socialism, the conservative side, as I said, person who represent them, especially if you graduate from Columbia, on Columbia and about that.
After that, after Baghdad, he moved outside Baghdad up north to Mosul, in an area called Al Haq area or Unhak. Korea.
Anybody from Kurdistan here Kurdish, any Kurdish
any have Korea, it's an area it's mountains, very high mountains. And it's abandoned area nobody lives there.
Only wind you hear nothing else like the wind coming us nobody is empty place. Okay. And at that time, he was about 57 years old, when he went there. And he chose this area, which is nobody that no village nothing.
And they said in that area in particular, about 2000 feet above sea level 2000 feet above sea level.
There was like an old church abandoned. See, he fixed that place. Okay. And he made a place for him. And he stayed there until death.
He just abandoned the whole world and he stayed there and to worship Allah subhanaw taala.
Who around this area, rounds area group of people ignorance on
then literally people like don't know how to read it right? Very, very, very low level of education, Islamic education or any type of education.
And he stayed there.
Listen to what your mama said about him
that he said that the doctor either I think Jelani said,
or maybe someone else I'm not sure I didn't get chance to review it. He said, Sir, has an indica theory. He traveled for many years, and he believes in the company of the Messiah. And he struggled a lot. And he stayed in some of the mountains of Mosul and a place that is no one there. And he anus of Allah and he became his company of Allah subhanho wa taala. And because of his existence, this place from being abandoned, nobody there it became, made a popular a popular and people started basically living there. And it became an urban area, had Osama and after people scared of highway robbery and being stopped while the traveling in between the mountain now it became so safe to
travel. And he said, and so many of the facade the thief's and bat any people in this area repented to Allah Subhanallah because of him. And he said
and he said
that to him, Allah said we're Amira and he lived long life and many people have benefited from him. He used to teach people good and he used to give advice, shoddy them for less strong and his advice. He would never fear anybody except Allah. He lived them to 80 years. We never heard that he ever purchased something or sold something and he's not in the business. And he never ever cared about anything from this worldly life. Canada who vallila has Rabelo could do what he did in that abandoned area. He had an area that he basically used to grow vegetables and he eats us which whatever he eats only from what he grew up with his hand nothing from anyone to make sure that his
helot and represent the lifestyle is very different. Then he said he also used to grow cotton and he will collect the cotton and he will make out of that. You know clothes for himself something to wear. And he said and he has time that where he will not be talking to anyone and when will it be asked is this the time for my Dicker with ALLAH SubhanA wa I traveled with him in Mosul and used to pray Asia then he will leave and will not see him until federal and if he comes to his village all the people of the village will come to listen to him. People will became be any became so popular before he arrived to the city it's already full your own yet to ALLAH Ta ABN cobbler semicolon.
Yeah. And people when they walk to his halacha on his class. They declare Toba even before he started talking
Yeah, and yeah sure I came to the class Toba in front of you at that what made people crazy about him. That amount of influence and excitement and it just not normal. Okay. And he said I was walking with it he said men and a woman they will come to his gathering. Regina when he saw declare the Tober in front of him even before and they will listen to his advice. He said I was walking with him once and we pass by church. So all of a sudden the church open the doors and the priest came out
and when he came out the uncovered there you know the put these hoodies he said the uncovered or the out of respect.
Then the basically fall into his feet,
kissing his feet and cleaning his feet
and they said to him, pray for us.
We are only blessed because of people because of you. And you were blessed in this area because if your existence and he got blessing us because of you.
And he brought a plate that has a honey and bread and we all ate together.
Then the cloud said I first time we met this year and he used to talk to the people and make them laugh and be nice to them. And he said i We are any
I saw him in my dream and we all agenda with him. And he said while we're on Jana, something falling from the sky like like like a snow. Then I asked what is this? Then he said this the mercy and I look up then I saw people up higher
and us. Then I said to the chef, who are they? He said those the people of Anna sunnah and the Hannah Bella doll and that high level dinner.
And I heard a chef said
a person asked him the chef, Id
Lebert smoother and faster. So I can be I can say nice things to faster and faster is the one who make major sins openly. Is it? Can I say like be nice to vassal?
Isn't that Yanni? Can I do that? He said, Yeah, three Latifah.
My brother Don't do that.
Dino Maktoum, hiraman Dean in my shoom.
He said to conceal your deen and you're not to tell him in his face, but his mistakes and you know, say anything better than
at a religion that make the person feels as if he's you, okay? What he's doing
Well, and he used to fast for several days. And people thought that he doesn't eat at all for several days. But he said, now he used to eat but not with people. And he said he used to have reality I need to go to abandoned places and practice to spiritual things and purify his mind. People have like, you know, talk about this. And he said, and he this man if he was in the early days, and among the taboo, he and he will be much much do there will be somebody that everybody talks about.
Anyway, and he said in muslin when he came even the Suppan came just to look at him to see him and the people and I won.
And he said, there are so many people on the Mosel came to visit him to kiss his hands and to have the baraka of attending his class. until it became so bad, that they have to put him behind a partition, where people cannot touch him anymore, because he got so tired from shaking hands and be in touch and so they put a partition ship back, see see through him, and he used to talk to people from behind the partition, because of there is nothing like that. People just too many people have, you know, bothered him and he will talk to the people and he will leave.
Why did he move to Allah Korea?
The Sufi claimed that Allah ordered him to go there. He said, wake up, angel came to said wake up, go to lavish and that's where you live. And Allah will revival through your existence are staying there many hearts, which is our dead now. So they said Allah is the One who will order him to do that. Some said no, he chose this because it's an abandoned place, nobody there so it's very end in a mountain. So he's thought this is the best way to worship Allah, Samantha. And Sophie is influenced a lot by other culture like Buddhist monks, you know, they always go to mountains and stuff like that. So you can see the similarity of that. It's not he's not the first one to do that.
There is many sanctuary areas for service in the Muslim world, you will choose abandoned places like like,
third theory, they said it is because it's a Kurdish place.
What souls he's not Kurdish you guys saying that is Omar, we is from Kurdish from Benny OMA yet. I'll tell you
the last Khalifa Okay. Mattawan bin Mohammed. Okay, the last time they were new Omiya his mom was a Kurdish
and because of that he built a very good relationship between Kurdish and OMA units. And you know, he's the last Khalifa he was killed by the basses. So, and he tried he hide for a while, and unit captured and killed in a very brutal way. And some of his family member, so they're in the end of the omega times the Kurdish give a lot of support to the omega so there is what a good relationship, okay. And even some Kurdish claim that the last name is omega of any omega omega we, you know, because of the love and the relationship by so this is another scenario, why did he go there,
a chef when he stayed there, and the area, it's about 36 mile away from a muscle today, and it's 2000 feet above sea level. This place of his became very famous that people come just to listen to him talk to him, and he became very famous, okay, and became very famous among the AcuRite and their tribes.
And that's why they're not following Him and they are completely ignorant. They know nothing about Islam. And he became so famous to the extent people who come from India to visit him. There is now until today, a cave there. It's called the Indian cave. Okay, check Fatah India. What's that means? I think it's a Kurdish words Calphalon would the Indian cave or the cave the Indians? Why? Because they used to stay with the shahada all day long. Then they go to the cave and sleep. Then they go all day long then they go through the sea, so they became the cave of that Indians.
share idea hematoma. Some of the Sophie's extreme Sophie's claim that the followers of his teaching of his teaching because of what he saw out of lovable people loved him people feel that he saved them from hellfire. He taught them Islam. And also there is a lot of stories about supernatural things a miracles happen to him Allah knows it's true or not.
Also the claim that the share ID the Sophie claim, that he was not only have knowledge of WarRock papers, but also he been giving the Elmaleh Iraq al Hasakah. And Sufism, there is something called FERPA what's Karaca it's like a clove that you be given from your chef and your chef took it from his chef and his chef took it from his chef and Chef took it from all the way to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I don't know how many Hirakata Prasad
is everybody I want to be boosted by themselves or this chair this this particular shake was giving that club you know it's like let's say the shot or something like that. So they said that she had the his Sarkar go all the way to to Mr. Of the hopper. And one of the top individuals on himself put it on him. So it's a tradition. When your Sophie she'll give you that her can he put it in you it means you reach what to the highest level hulless you are very, very high level.
So they said basically that's what he is right now because his ship give him that. But if you look at what his followers said, they said that he went to the chef RTL movie, and he gave him the hook and appeals that has Hertha from Muslim and Mataji. And Muslim. He took it from a chef and he said, I'll harass
and first of all, this, this is not I'm not gonna go over the whole it's not of just the three individual
first, between two of them.
100% they never met each other. That is some that is missing one and the chain. Why? Because between the more than 100 years between two of the narrator's Muslimah did not see a sham is at the heart was there is more than 100 years between them
between the time this men die in this time bar definitely this is not a complete chain. That's number one. Number two
claiming the term Omar giving the haircut by the prophets of salaam it is absolutely lie and we said not only that the God the chain go and Mohamed Salah Mo was giving the hell Kobe Jibreel and Gibreel was giving the haka by Allah so it comes originally from Allah. Okay, so when that's when we get that hookah house
epidemiologia Allah said and everybody who knows the EML Hadith knows that the story of Omar giving
is a pure made up story it's a pure light pure light anyway, he became there because of all these things coming about him people don't know simple people think this oh my god this is so true. This must be Baraka you know people fly to this idea the accepted simple minded people Hola
Hola. Hola. I didn't give you permission.
Like a lot. So the became so extreme into that love for ID musafir. Okay, to the extent that Ben has been held accountable him and Allah said when he lived in Korea, and he built Zarya, this like place of worship. And the people over there loved him so much in a way that never heard before. He became so popular, whatever we are, who he followed by people that they were extreme in their belief in him
had the gyro hooked the blood down will let you salona in here he became the Qibla where they pray to him to his to his place of worship that became the macabre. Cobra.
They had been Tamia when he was asked about it even somebody said he was a righteous man. And he had a students who were righteous, but some of his followers later on became so extreme in him that took them to the level of cover
and the level of cover
after the death of shahadi Safa saffron,
see in Sufism at this period, one of the practices of Sufism, if you have a burqa if you have a way
you have to appoint one of your children to carry on your way.
But that means having no kids, no children,
to inherit his became the basically the head because he was a single man, he never got married.
So he basically appointed his nephew, his nephew is
Sahara urban Sahara Mustafa
known as Ebola cat. So Sahara is the second generation and I'm going to simplify to you by second third generation, second generation, the Sahara married from the Kurdish so he became very popular even more closer to the Kurdish than his uncle because now he's married from them too. Okay. And it became official that the Dallas Zojila either we the other way tariqa or the either we movement established in Kurdistan in these mountains outside of Mosul.
And Ebola caught the saga. He was the same way his uncle was, but he became more extreme. And he starts saying things his uncle never start talking about. And he starts using things like 100 Hilkiah, the people of truth and he starts talking about the love for God in a way that is not known to Allison that before it more of a Sufi way of talking about love, as if it is they don't use the word love ish and became in the Quran, sunnah we don't have the word issue because a sexual meaning enter between male female as soon as there is the word love, which is in the Quran and Sunnah. But anyway, he became, you know, more using these kinds of words, and some words as if I'm Allah and
Allah and me and we all same thing, Allah is everything and everything is words became so problematic.
So the second generation of that movement became more Kurdish even they call themselves Kennedy. Okay. And during that period, basically,
another person came his son ID by you. So I differentiate between the first ID and this this one, this one is called ID, Sr. and this is ID Jr. Oh, the second thing
and he became the head of that, Misha Harada. We, this person was very different. He used to have a Lahaina what rocks car make a vicar on what to do with dancing and some singing and stuff like that. Okay, and he didn't care for the amount he all was paying with that Ray. I knew the the people who like in the gangs and stuff like that. I know it's than two minutes.
There is a whole entire shift until the third generation. Third generation is what Evan Tamia witness. I just want you to understand what what kind of people are talking about the third generations, which is led by somebody's name, Hasson
they said, they said, that hasn't been changed. He changed the whole entire movement of the other way movement. Moving it away from the Sophie y which is similar to the Ardrey similar to Ghazali. It has a lot of good in it and a lot of some bad and it okay, we still have our reservations about it. But there's a lot of good a lot of sunnah in general.
And this hasn't disappeared for six months, and came back with a book called El Jeonhwa. Hello, hello. And this an important book in it and a very extreme positions. very extreme position. And for example, these positions became so much tougher
that Allah can be in somebody's body.
And Allah can be inside someone
and someone can have the power of Divine. Also he came up with that reincarnations that your soul can go by of death and goes to some new body.
Okay, then basically
he came with something called must have fresh and must have. Okay. And he basically talks about something called Elmo soldering Yezidi. And this is something that that does secretly circulating among the Yazidi groups. And this has became all related to this guy's name Hasson who shifted not from only Sophie, to be what because it hasn't have changed a new religion called Yezidi religion. Okay. And became any very, very extreme falling away. And yes, Ed Yoon, and he was influenced by a lot of Hinduism, and the raddest ideologies because of the Quran that he lived with. And also influenced my soul, the Shia at the time, how the wily, the governor of Mosul was a Shia a person of
that time. So what these either we did that crowd, they hate him, so they want to teach them the dig up. One of the bodies declaimed it from adult bait, and they took dig it out and they burned it
to show how much they hated hula this elevating themselves. So what's the Governor did
attack them became a problem fight. Okay, then they start saying, oh, so instead how to teach the Shia
they stop praising What is it not only is it admire, they start saying is it is God.
The Shia, our worship ally, we worship busy.
So that's how we the frame it, and it became a complete chaos.
And the shift reached to a level that unbelievable that the claim that this ID is basically the medic, the angel Palouse, which is equal to Jibreel, for us, is the one who orders father to get, you know, to sleep with his wife after 30 years of abandoning her, and the boy will be born. And that's where the whole entire movement start. And the grave of ID this hasn't turned the grave it to be a shrine of Baraka seek baraka from it. And this is the whole Yezidi you heard about the ZD lately, after Iraq issues. It started around that time. They have a book called The Black Book, which is like a must have the city as it is God, we pray to Him in the shahada, they should I pray
that Allah is one and the Z is the Sultan and the Habib of Allah on earth. They finally fast three days in a year, the days of the birthday of Year's Eve, they pray in the middle of Shaban, and it is equal to the whole year. They believe it evening Mustafa is the one who will judge people on the day of judgment. And he is the one who will take any follower of his agenda. They go to his grave, even the adopt from Christianity, that what do you call that in Christianity when baptism, you take the person and put them in the water next to the grave, and that's where he became Muslim, Your sins are forgiven. So they have that concept they do. They have also their own aid. None of their age is
equal to our aid. They used to make Hajj to Mecca, and they abandoned this is the dirty Hassan the made hedge to the grave of Addy. Okay. And this idea is very common in Syria, Turkey, Iran, Russia, Iraq, and there are many groups and around the world. What I want you to remember and even some of it is completely free of that. He wrote a book and Arpita it shows that he was nothing but you know, from a handsomeness like either a Gilani free from all these claim that what we learn from this, that that who are the Chapin don't follow the footsteps? See, it starts like a little bit.
And it ended up so far away from Islam.
Also be very careful of being extreme about the Salahaddin that extreme and holdover sign of, you know, righteous share Kurama that notion can lead people very far away from Islam. Three, when you leave following the Sunnah of the person and the way the Sahaba you ended up that far for the influence of political positions unto the Abida it
Because of that political fight between the shear governor, the thing became reactional to the extent that he as it became god. Okay. Also, there is a great influence and that's something interesting to study but just to think about it, especially those on the class with me all the time, the influence of historical culture religious background, into that new invented matters in religion. Yanni, the Akkad have a heritage from his radish has a heritage from Hinduism, Kim Qin Buddhism, there is a lot of influence came to that area. And you can see in so many of these videos are nothing but a replica to what's practicing Hinduism, but now under the name of Islam, Buddhism
under the name of Islam, and there is a link you can see that you can trace that and an interesting study to look at in Africa and Asia, you know, and so forth. Also, one lessons we learn from this story, don't ever be deceived by titles. When somebody says I'm Shafi you think that he followed Imam Shafi but he is a chef is very far away from this person's Believe it
or he said I am Salafi and he has nothing to the sort of a Sonic or I am this and he's not so names does not really carry anyway until Action speaks.
Also, one of the area of being misguided is to stay away from the area of Elam and knowledge him being in an abandoned place and people stay away from Baghdad were the element the element that's not there to help it actually made the things worse. You got a blast and Birmingham so many shields so many elements so many places of knowledge don't just volunteer and abandoned stay away and I want to go like you know stay by myself upscales my house and stay away that's not a smart thing to do. Another thing and also to recognize righteous people and good people is not by fairy tales and stories said about them it's about what's really the practice how follow how much they follow the
Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Salah
three generations only
among the other will move from a closer to the people son three generation that's it. Two people worship your seat
or ship the ship and said we cannot curse the ship and
I say find is the most obedience person to Allah. So far away and only three generation I'm wondering what about can you ask yourself three generation from now how's your kids will look like
with the amount of influence that we have today.
It makes us focus
that's my personal opinion
is something that historically
been a gateway where so many things that so far away from Islam came into Islam through that gateway
Yes, I understand there is levels on difference and this is something we discussed in court. But it is the problem with you enter through that door you don't know where you end, you can stay in the realm of sinner, but you can go to outside of the fold of Islam
it is so dangerous that's why in my opinion, it is to be very careful how like young people get so excited about it or go against it. It needs to be balanced and you have to be fair in the way we look at as a history as a modern existence and people excited but just just think about that common you need that a very big problem with the solvers that you don't know where you end
and is that something you will not see in many other groups
Finally, with all what you heard I do remember I told him in Tamia was in at the beginning of the third generation with all what you heard of the saw evil things do you see how nice have been to me is
I'm making dua for them
and giving dollar to them
bet you anything would have given up and then long time ago I'm put a strict order on them.
That's something to think about and inshallah as we go on with my students in the class, you will see how how an amazing conversation that you will carry on I'm sorry for keeping you guys longer for Asia, but how to call 100 Mashallah just go to Santa Monica
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