Lives Of The Sahaba 36 – Ali Ibn Abu Talib – PT 07

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In this video, Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi unravels details about the Kharijite group, their interactions & tensions with Ali Ibn Abi Talib RA and the statements made by the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ regarding this particular group of people.

The Messenger of Allah said: They kill the Muslims and spare the idolaters. If I live to see them I will kill them like the killing of (the people of ‘Aad). [Bukhari and Muslim]

Ibn Taymiyyah writes:

The Kharijite sect was the first to declare Muslims to be unbelievers because of their sins. They charged as unbelievers whoever disagreed with their innovations and they made lawful the spilling of blood and the taking of wealth. This is the condition of the people of innovation, that they invent some religious innovation and then they excommunicate whoever disagrees with them concerning it. Rather, the people of the Sunnah and the community follow the Book and the Sunnah and they obey Allah and His Messenger and follow the truth. They have mercy upon the creation.

Source:  Majmū’ al-Fatāwá 1/278

The Khawarij revolted against the authority of Ali RA after he agreed to arbitration with Muawiyah I, to decide the succession to the Khilafat following the Battle of Siffin. The Khawarij opposed arbitration as a means to choose a new ruler on the grounds that “judgement belongs to Allah alone”. They considered arbitration a means for people to make decision while the victorious was determined by Allah. A Khariji later assassinated Ali RA.

More facts about them are divulged in the talk. Please do listen intently.


AI: Summary © The Hundredthava of Islamic culture is discussed, including the incident of the hot incident and the Hot Speaker's name. The speakers discuss the history of Islam culture, including the use of hula and garments, the importance of good clothing and food, and the use of symbolism and negative language. The Hutterites, a liberalist group with a history of fanaticism towards Muslims, lost their rights and faced rewards, leading them to a complete greek-led attack on their city. The Hutterites were a group of liberalists who believed their actions were wrong, but they were not of the most liberal, and they were warned against being a calf.
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Haman hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad Ali, he was so happy he made on my back. So today inshallah tada is our second to last lecture on the life of idealo, the laquan. And inshallah next lecture we'll be finishing up with the final one of that, then we'll move on after that in shallow data. And today's lecture will be a mix of history with theology, there's going to be a mixture of history with theology, because we have to talk about one major incident in the life of the loved one. And that will then lead us to a very necessary very relevant and for me, in particular, very juicy tangent, and that is the issue of the commodity, the issue of the rebels.

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Now, the hot issue, the hotter giants are a group that everybody has heard of, because we are dealing with, if you like modern fanaticism, and modern Islamic radicalism, and we always mentioned you've always heard people say, these are the modern hottie giants, right? This is something that has now become a standard, everybody has heard of this, that ISIS, or that these are modern cottage rights. Well, who are the original, these are the modern, who are the original. So the original hot adjust is what we're going to talk about today. And then we'll go into a tangent and as you know, I love this topic of classical theology. That is, in fact, my, my, my PhD, my dissertation is all

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about classical theology, actually, my masters and my PhD, but it's my area of interest that I particularly love. So there's no way I can talk about this incident without going into a little bit of of theology and the shell that that will be beneficial. Now.

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The who are the hottest guys realize the hottest guys, they have multiple names. They're their primary name that the reference to in classical literature is cottage ites from the Arabic word hot Raja, and cottage a means to exit holiday means to leave. So how'd you either IE they left the command Valley, they were with their loved one, they left the command Valley. So the fact that they left so they were called cottagey. You have exited. You used to be a part of Elise camp. Now you left it, this is the primary name. They were also called as reference in the Hadith inside body, and other references, the Sahaba also called them how to re how to re after the area of land, how to RA,

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which is outside of the city of Kufa. So they camped at Atlantic called How to rock. And so in Arabic, you know, you usually call somebody where they're based out of right, Daddy, right and Bosley. So they were called How to lead the people of how to rock because they had camped there. That was the first camp how to rock so they were called How to read. And they call themselves assura assura. And asuran means those who sold themselves to Allah, woman and not CMA.

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Not yesterday woman in NA CMA.

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Yes, *ty woman in nasima Yes, sure enough Cirque de la Mattila, right? So over the nassima Yes, sure enough, so there are those who sell themselves for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. So they called themselves the one we have sold ourselves to Allah assura. We are the ones who have sold ourselves to a lender other names as well. Now before we begin to the time of alila de la one, we certainly Muslims believe cottages and began before it. Or we should say the concept of hardage ism goes back even to the time of the Prophet Muhammad sysm himself, the concept of extremist fanaticism, the concept of believing that you are right, and everybody who disagrees with you is

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wrong, and carfit and Martha they're laudable, then this goes back to the very time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and there are many, many a hadith about this. It is mentioned once that the prophets are seldom after something that was with her name. This happened after his or her name, others say after those with the same similar instances, or it was with a thought that the Prophet system was distributing the aneema to various people. And some people felt that they hadn't gotten their fair share. And amongst them were some of the chieftains of the area of nudged. And the area of nudged in those days was known as an area of Bedouins. There were people who weren't civilized,

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they were very uncouth. They were very crude, very, very barbaric in their own ways. They were not people of, of off of civilization. And so one of them and so, one of them, little boy Sarah, Timmy, little boys.

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Attend Mimi and the tribe of Damien the balloon Tamim is one of the largest tribes of Arabia. In fact, nowadays it's also in Iraq and in behind so many other all of you Arabs know the tribe of timimi. And the tribe of timimi has its roots all the way pre Islam, this is the same Tamimi tribe. So one of them due to voicera. Attend Me, me, he walked up to the Prophet sallallahu Allah he was sent them and they described him as somebody who had a coarse beard, who was clean shaven. And he looked basically as you know, as a very angry very type of person that like that and he said in a very crude manner, and this is not befitting of a Muslim to address the prophets of the Buddha's

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name. He addressed the Prophet system with his name, and he said, Yeah, Mohammed, and this is not allowed in our Shetty to address the prophet SAW Selim with his name, because it is something that is disrespectful, right? Yeah, Rasul Allah, right. That Yoda amarula Xiao Lu, our suli being a cookie cutter about the spoon. Oh, you who believe Do not call the messenger. This is in the Quran we recited to this day, do not call the messenger the way you call each other. That's not befitting he is Rasulullah. And so you say your rasulillah you say in a respectful manner, but this man comes in and he says and he's supposedly a Muslim, he's not a conservative. He's a cop. We understand. He

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calls himself Muslim. And he says yeah, Mohammed air

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over hammers awesome. Be fair. And can you imagine a Muslim saying this right? And another incident or version? It tequila.

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So this is a guy telling what a pseudo loss or some to eat tequila. Okay. And, and other vulnerable hot air did like be fair be just, and the prophets of Salaam said we have woe to you? Who will be just in this world? If I am not just meaning if you accuse me of being unjust and I am a pseudo law, then who is left to have added in this world? Way, heck, woman added who is going to be just if I am unjust meaning if Allah azza wa jal has chosen me to be the pseudo Allah and I am being unjust than Hamas, there is no hope for anybody. Yeah. And there are theological implications to claim that rasulillah system is unjust, so woe to you. If I am not just then who else will be just and so the

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man realized. So what did he want? He wanted more money. That's why he is saying that the process is not just that you didn't give me as much as I wanted. Look at again, greed, just they just they're accusing or pseudo, some of lacking taqwa and other because he didn't get the share that he thought he deserved. Subhan Allah what arrogance will lie what arrogance. So he realized he's not going to get his share. He turns around and walks away arrogantly, and this is the height of insolence which is easily interpreted as Cofer and in our Shetty are showing disrespect to it also, some has the punishment that we all know. And that is why a number of Sahaba they say they are the sort of law.

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Yeah, did you give us permission? Is this now permissible now to to this is blasphemy should we execute him? And the President said let him be let him be? Because there will be people like him or to be more precise, the translation of the Hadith is YOLO, Jamil Lee has that from the end it says the loins but what it means from the concept from this type of people, they will come people over and over again, they will recite the Quran, and it's not going to pass their throats lounger without energy Rome, meaning they're not going to comprehend it. It's not going to be effective is just words that they're saying. And it doesn't actually have any weight. And the Prophet system said that

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una salatu salam wa cama cama. cama. You're gonna think your Salah is nothing compared to your theirs, and you're gonna think your slim is nothing compared to theirs. Yeah, Morocco and Amina Dini como uma casa momento, Romania, they will leave the religion of Islam, like the arrow goes and shoots through the object of the prey, it comes through the perfect error, the good arrow, it will go through the prey, come in and come out. So the person said they will leave Islam, like the arrow leaves the prey, right. And so the Prophet system predicted that there would be these types of people. And in one version, he said that they will have their own little oath, that they will leave

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the people of the idols right, and they will start killing the people of Islam. They're going to ignore the enemies of Islam, and they will concentrate on the worshipers of Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is a prediction. Now, of course, the little boy said himself. I mean, we don't know anything about him, most likely he did not join the actual hybridize. But the point is that the concept would be there, and also that tribe that he came from, it had many people who eventually

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Basically became that type of movement and our profit system and over and it is, the scholars say there are over 10 a hadith about the prediction of the hotter dice, there's going to be people coming and they give a hold, but I don't have time to go into that tangent. I gave a whole whole tuba Was it a year ago when ISIS was getting very powerful and really just began in wellness two years ago, actually. And I gave a whole hold when you can listen to that Hooda about the reality of Islamic extremism in the text of the Quran, how the process and predicted the coming of this, these fanatical groups now

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let's forward now to the time of ideas of the law one that what exactly happened. Remember we said that while we as forces, they raise the Koran on the Lance's and they said, Let's stop fighting let's judge by the book of Allah. And it is mentioned in the books of history that Allah Allah, one was not eager for this and he didn't deny it. He didn't stop it. He wasn't eager. He felt that this is not the this is a tactic to stop what would have been just once and for all get it over with. And he felt this is now going to delay. And that's exactly what happened. It was a delay that didn't really bring about the type of soda that was needed. Nonetheless, a group of people who were

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eventually to become the high tech giants, they when they saw the haoran they said we agree and they demanded from a little Viola one, you must accept judgment by the book of Allah. And they began their slogan, their mantra, their motto, which is to remain their motto throughout all of history. In

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the last verse of the Quran, the verse of the Quran, judgment ruling belongs to Allah. In in Hiroko Illa de la judgment belongs to Allah. And so a group of the people and of the Army or the law one and this group was known as the Quran, they were called the qura. Because they were known for their asceticism, their outward piety, their memorizing of the Quran, the fact that they lived very, very simple lives, they're always a bother about the about the all the time. And as we will see that the Shetty does not tell you to cut yourself off from the world, the shediac does not say that ignore the dunya. And only constantly after because that leads to repercussions of the heart, the heart

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itself becomes overly fanatic and zealous. And there is a balance that the holidays went beyond. And so they they demanded from Alberto de la Juan, that he stopped the battle, and he accepted the arbitration. And they said, and they said that if they if I didn't, the low one did not do as they said, they would then fight a lead or the low one because he had rejected the book of Allah. So I didn't the law one accepted the arbitration. And we all know that the arbitration didn't really bring about the solar, what it did was that it stopped the war. But it didn't bring about unity. Okay, we talked about that last week, it stopped the war, there was no more bloodshed between early

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and while we're on the long run after the arbitration. But unfortunately, legally alohomora kind of rule of law other was in place, the two sides never merged together. And there was tension until either the law one passed away or was killed. And then while we took over, and so this group insisted that the sort of take place, one that sort of took took place, when the conditions were agreed to, they did not agree to the conditions. They rejected the conditions that the conditions are too pacifist, like it has to be, you know, this is not what we had intended. And so they then demanded from Alito, the law runner that he that he resumed fighting. So the same people that said,

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Stop, when they didn't like the outcome, they said, You have departed from the book of a law, and you have agreed to the opinions of men, meaning and Ross and others have agreed to the opinions of men. Unless you go back to the hotel, and you go back to fighting, you have committed a sin, and because you have committed a sin, then we'll be forced to fight you. And Ali rhodiola, one refuse to follow them. And they then their their debates continued along the way. And they decided then that they can no longer remain with the army of Harley or the law one and so on. All of this is happening on the way back to Kufa after the sort of has been done out of the non returns to Kufa remember it

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changed the the we'll talk about this next week. It changed the the capital from Medina to Kufa. Kufa was one of the shortest capitals Islamic history just three years that's it, because then after that have added the capital became

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Damascus demisch. Right. So Kufa was the capital just for a very short period of time. So Allah the loved one is returning to Kufa and before they get to Kufa, this group of Aurora, they say we cannot remain with you. We will have to break away and so around 6000 men that's not a joke. That's a massive quantity 6000

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Have them they broke away, and they can't add that valley or that area's the valley. So sorry, it's a plane, not a valley. It's a plane called How to LA. They camped at this plane called How to LA. Now at this stage, there is no known violence. They didn't harm anybody, and they're living half a day's away from Kufa. So Kufa aldora are very close to one another. And clearly these people are walking into town buying their stuff coming out. So there is interaction that we can see this few weeks if you let go of interaction, and

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your loved one decided that he will try to get them back to his army to his camp. After all, there are 6000 men that's a good amount of number. So

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he I want in one narration, he sent him an Ibis, and another narration and Ibis requested to go and both are valid, and there's not no major contradiction here. And the second narration in our bus or the Ola unsaid, allow me to discuss with them allow me to discuss or talk with them. And in this narration, it is hesitant that I'm worried for you and they've been busted. What are they going to do to me, I'm coming unarmed, I'm just going to talk with them and they know me, because remember, they were in the same army. They're in the same camp. And who doesn't know the cousin of the prophets or some of the Libyan Ibis who doesn't know the habit of oma Dr. Jamal horizontes retitled

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webinar bas habit, Aloma, the D, the scholar of the oma that's the title whenever a scholar says hepatoma said, the scholar of the oma said it's an Ibis, and another title of an Ibis is total joumana or en todo joumana Koran means the interpreter of the hold on because our Prophet sallallahu Sallam made a draft for his cousin had been abuzz that he said, Allah, teach him your book, and teach him its interpretation, and teach him the knowledge of the religion. So the processor made a special offer of an Ibis for goofy Dean, while limb hood will give him a knowledge of the dean and give him a knowledge of the Tafseer that will mean stuff seen given knowledge of Pepsi. So even Ibis

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was always considered by the Sahaba to be the most knowledgeable of the Sahaba when he became older. Remember when he's younger, he's very young at the time. He's 14 years old, but as he grows older his status and prestige rises now of course in the time of the Allahu I'm he is of course a young a full man there is not a young man, he's now in the prime of his of his of his manhood. And so he volunteers or even Ibis requests, to be honest, most likely, he volunteered to do so that he insisted to go to debate with the whole outage and he narrates first person, so he's telling us the story because he walked in alone. So he's telling us the story that I dressed in my best hola and

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hola is the cloak or the rope that you put on top of your rope. You know, the the concept of wearing that cloak. And by the way, the western concept of the judges wearing that, right, or when we graduate, right when I graduated from the Ph. D. I put on some cloak and garment. This actually goes back to this concept. The Arabs, they would wear this concept above and beyond and to this day, the Jordanians and the sororities and the colleges they were the the rabbi or the bishop, we call it in the honey jukun, called the rabbi. So this this concept of putting it on top this is they had that hold back in the day. And of course, it still remains in the western lens only amongst judges, and

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amongst graduates, and this is an Islamic or Middle Eastern tradition. So if an Ibis wore the hula, the best ruler that he could find, and he dressed himself up, you put the perfume on, because and somehow this is human psychology. When you're going in for a debate, there is a present stability. There is a way even a demeanor there is a way you present yourself. So he dresses the best. And even Abbas mentioned that he wants he walked into their camp at how to rock and he walked in at a time after a lot of work.

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Why did he choose after a lot of because culturally speaking, salata vo what happens after a lot

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that's a good one. I like that. I like where your mind goes, Mashallah we think alike. Mashallah. No, no, not lunch. This is our This is our culture by Lula kalola What is kalola? nap resting? Why did he choose after the vote? Because he wanted people to not be in an energetic mood, right? Because it is actually dangerous. And they haven't done anything violent. But in the end of the day, they have given threats. They have said very nasty things. So even the time Look at the flick of an Ibis, right? He chooses a time when generally people are a bit lethargic. And so you know, they're going to come for the debate, but they're not going to be in a mood to, you know, do anything other

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than that, and that has nothing happened. It was just a debate. So he walks in. And even though it's a Lula time, and people are supposed to be napping, he says that I could hear them reciting Quran.

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Like the buzzing of bees, like the whole camp,

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like though you can hear the Koran at a time when everybody sleeps.

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And exactly as the process of them said that, that the corona salatu salam, you're gonna think your own center is nothing compared to their soda. So they're outward about them, he could see the marks of frustration on their faces, right? All of them had, you know, big beards and most of them had shaved their heads. And this was a sign of piety. It's a sign of piety that you're shaving your hair, you're not concerning about that and that's why even in the run, what do we do we shave the hair because it's a sign of humidity, that Michelle the summers are always humble Mashallah, there's good humbler, but don't worry, I'm gonna join you soon. Don't worry, inshallah. But shaving the hair

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is a sign of humility that you are now you're not concerned with the dunya. So they're all shaving hair. So even outward appearance is that of asceticism, zote, Eman taqwa. And they recognize even Ibis and they said, Mara, haben bibliometro su de la, we welcome the cousin of the process of what brings you here. Why are you here? So it says, I want to have a talk with you and you get your elders together. So they brought the elders together. Now this is a debate a showdown, an intellectual showdown. And the first thing they ask is a bus. Why did you dress up like this?

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Because they were wearing what do you think they were wearing? The worst clothes, the sheepskin, the wool. That's the worst clothes imaginable. And again, this is this understanding of Islam that is not from the Sunnah. It's not from our shediac to go to this level of fanaticism. And even a boss said, I saw the profit so they sell him wear a garment better than mine. What are you talking about? What are you talking about? I saw the process and where something better than this. You guys never you I saw the process. A whole lot better than my right. Pause your footnotes generativity soon and ultimately, the the the governor or you can say the king of Bahrain,

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gifted a hula to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that was so beautiful, that when he wore it, the Sahaba it's it says the virgin says barafu Allah rasulillah they did not they taught me stuff about the drink seven times means they're there. They've never seen anything. So they're walking around. Because they've never seen anything so magnificent as this because, you know, the, the Arabs themselves did not have the the the culture the civilization to produce something so fine. They would import these types of things from down from down south or up north from Yemen or from or from Syria or Persia, and this Bahraini garment was made in Persia, which was very rare, and it was

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encrusted and even somebody why I'd say there was a globe gold threading on it. And that has led to the big, fluffy 4k debate, in fact, that how much gold is allowed in a garment because that is why it says there was gold threading on it. Right? So it's a very bright shiny garment, and the process of is wearing it and the Sahaba were just amazed they couldn't say anything, and the prophets are circumcised attire Jamuna Madhava, you are impressed with this. You're impressed with this. For a law he lemon de leeuw said that the handkerchief of sad sad had just passed away Shaheed after the Battle of the hunt duck right the Battle of the the them indeed have sat in Jenna is better than

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this entire garment that I am wearing. The point being if an Ibis is saying to the heart attacks, I saw the process of wear something better than this. And then he said Don't you know Allah says in the Koran,

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Coleman how Rama Zenith Allahu Allah t ahora God Reba de waka you Bharti Minar risk. So that alma mater that say,

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who has forbidden the fine garments that Allah has created for his servants, and the pure good foods that Allah has gifted them with? Only here Lila Dena amaroo Phil higher to dunya hardest autonoma

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say this isn't the Koran. It is meant for the believers in this world. But everybody will share. But on the Day of Judgment, it will be hardest for them.

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So good clothes, and good food, according to our level and that's the topic I have spoken about many times and that is the difference between a Seraph and Zoo and the middle ground between and the the path that we are allowed to live in accordance with our means. What Allah blessed you with eat and drink and were in accordance with your means. And that is fine. And Allah is saying who made this how long nobody made it how long so even Ibis is quoting them the Quran the very people that are reading the Quran day and night, right? Even are busting is right here.

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This is exactly what the processor said, What did you say there are on doesn't pass their throats meaning is just words. There's no outcome. There's no firm, there's no double, there's no Iman upon that are on. And so they said what has brought you here then oh cousin of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So he said, I have come from this habit and nebby, I have come from the group of Sahaba. And I don't see a single one of them amongst you. So panelists, 6000 people in the year 36, after hyjal and not a single Sahabi. Think about that.

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There are 1000s of Sahaba still alive, not one of them join the ranks of the first hot digits. And this demonstrates one of the characteristics of the hot edge that is still here to this day.

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They look down on the people that are actually better than them

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will law he to this day. And I have spoken much about them. And you know this from my husband, who's not a single actual alum who is respected for his in has ever joined ISIS or acquired not one, not one. I mean, in a land full of Rama in an oma that is full of the only people they have our minor students as nobody's ever heard of, and they only become famous because they're a part of ISIS, then they give their part to what it's allowed to master who's allowed to kill nobody of repute of scholarly skills that was known to have in has ever joined their movement. And what do they say of every single scholar of Islam without exception? These are Salatin or Lama dolla dolla that right

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the ones in English they call, they call all of us coconuts. You know what coconuts are. You don't know what coconuts are, hmm.

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Brown on the outside white on the inside. Meaning they want to be Americans, right? They want to be Americans, but their skin color is brown. So people like myself and others, they're called the coconuts. Because they're trying to be white or coffee, that for them even being white is a slur. They're trying to be white, and they're not white. So this is the way they describe everybody else. And they themselves have zero knowledge. They've never really studied the shady. They're not dilemma amongst them from the time of the earliest holiday. It's not a single Sahabi so they've been our boss says that one I mean come there's not one amongst humans sahabah data sources. And I'm coming

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from a group of Sahaba and I'm coming from even a middle schooler, the cousin of the meeting ID I'm coming from the cousin, I did not the law one, I lay him on zero or on the Quran was revealed to them not to you. They understand it better than you. And they understand its interpretation better than you.

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At this one of them stood up and said

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don't argue with him. He's telling the rest of the people don't argue with him. Don't you know how the Quran describes the kurush Bell home komunikasi Moon These are people that argue all the time. Now Subhan Allah, this ayah came down to describe who

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the co founder of coresh and highridge it took that idea that is applicable to the co founder of Quraysh and they said even our bosses from the kurush any Subhana Allah right, and our Prophet so I sent him he said one of the characteristics of the cottage and this isn't the heavy. This is in the Hadith one of the characters the holodeck they will take is that will revealed about the machine. And they will apply them to the meaning.

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So Pamela exactly in the Hadeeth, they will take a yet reveal for the machine again and apply them upon the minimum. So if an Ibis, so sorry, they said, Let's not argue with him, because Allah says about the harsh Burnham Coleman ha, Simone. But some of their leaders prevailed and they said, what do we have to lose? Let's listen to him. Let's discuss what he has to say. So even our boss said, What is your problem with it that the loved one Tell me your problems with the loved one, they said we have three things. We have three things. Number one, that Ollie though the law one, agreed for more haccombe arbitration, he agreed for men to give their opinions. And he left the book of Allah

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Subhana Allah to Allah. And Allah says in the Quran was the ayah.

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And we'll talk more in the lilla. Remember, that's the slogan, the mantra, pause here, fast forward. The main, the main theological issue of all of these fanatical movements to this day is

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a laws are not being applied in the world. In India, the law, right, that all of the rulers are preferred, because they're not applying the Sharia. All of the governments are preferred because they're not applying the Sharia. And regardless of whether you're right or wrong, regardless because that's a separate issue.

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You are doing more harm by your actions than the people you're supposedly fighting. And this is the characteristic of the holidays and a couple more in the left and a little the alarm by the way he when he heard this mantra of theirs, when he heard this mantra of theirs, what did he say? famous statement memorize this statement, what did he say? Kalima to help him who read a b harbottle calima to help him would either be harbottle what they said is true, but what they intend by it is untrue. They're saying something beautiful, but their intent is very ugly, very nasty kalama to happen, we need to be happy about it. So they said number one, what is number one, that he left the book of a

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law, a law should only should judge and instead, Maui and ideally alone agreed to an arbitration and you had then ambivalent hours and you had a motion, you had others and they made a decision, and only Allah can make decisions. Clear. First point, okay. I've been advised that okay, what's your second point? So second point. Second point, he fought the battle of Safin. And before that the Battle of German, he fought in those battles. But, and he killed his opponents. But He neither took aneema the war booty, nor did he take sebastia captives of war.

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So if the people he fought were non Muslims, then why didn't he take aneema and capitals of war? And if they fought Muslims, then how could you fight them?

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Make up your minds. You had you I'll tell you waged war. Yet you didn't take war booty and you didn't take captives. So if you didn't take captives and war booty, What are you implying that they're Muslim? Then how could you fight them? And if you fought them they're not Muslim. So then take the war get some money, get some slaves sell them get some more money right. And this is one of the problems of hostage ism and fanaticism always will lie This is so clear all fanatics

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it's either this or that black or white on or off there's no middle ground

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literally you're either with us or you're a Kaffir

00:32:24--> 00:32:40

there is no spectrum of opinion complete finatus the binary mode right we call it the george bush mode you're either with us or against it but it goes back way before george bush way before this is the binary called Manichaean as well this is the dual worldview

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so this is the second point so we've been asked what's your third point? They said even at bus they said to even our bus that when the treaty or the compromise was written down

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on the road the law one did not write a mirror meaning in the treaty because the other camp refused because why did they refuse Remember we said that their condition was until you capture the killers of Earth man then we will give you by as long as we did not capture then we're not going to give you by so the other group while we as group basically said we do not agree that you write down a middle meaning because we're not going to give you a buyout until that condition once you do that then you're a Miracle Morning for us. So are you know the Obama agreed not to write a middle morning and it was written early even the polyp Okay, so the hardest I said, if he is not Amira meaning then he

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must be a miracle caffeine.

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Literally the as I What did I just say about their worldview? What did I just say? binary,

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black or white? I mean, what a ludicrous conclusion. If he refused the title ameerul momineen then he must be Amira caffeine. And this really shows honestly the intellectual level of the hotter giants past and present. And I know I'm going to be extra harsh here is going to get me into trouble with that group. But somehow they've already done all that they can do in terms of verbal May Allah protect us from any action but well, I it's so it's so shallow until actually to this day as well. I mean, their tactics and their online and whatnot, how shallow there's no actual substance of refutation, a back and forth is just okay, you're a cafard kill them. If he's not a minimum and he

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must be a bit of caffeine, this is their intellectual level, even my boss said, okay, play in the country, anything else? They said No, these three. So he said, Okay, I have my condition. If I debate you, with the book of Allah, and the actions of the Prophet system, and I explained to you these three things, will you then stop and come back? They said yes, if you can explain these three things, we will stop and come back. So he said as for your first issue, about mahakam about arbitration about

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people judging rather than the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. Don't you know that Allah has commanded arbitration in matters that deal with a few pennies or coins for Allah says in the Quran? Yeah, you already know amarula doctors say they want to help them. There's an idea and sort of an anomaly, that oh you who believe do not go hunting, when you are in a home? You know, when one of the the prohibitions of Haram, you're not supposed to go hunting, then Allah azza wa jal says in the Quran, that

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whoever does go hunting, then they must give a photo that two people amongst you shall decide what is the equivalent of that animal? Yeah, comida the men come here the inbounder Aqaba, the people of Agile the people of intelligence and knowledge, they shall judge what is the equivalent of this animal that you should give a photo of? Okay, you understand the scenario that suppose you go hunting and you hunted a gazelle, you hunted this and you hunted that animal? You made a mistake in the home. So you have to give a kafala So Allah says in the Quran, what will that kuthodaw be?

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People have added of intelligence and knowledge are going to arbitrate, and they will come forth with an equivalent of that animal. So even my boss said, What is more important arbitration for the cost of a rabbit, or arbitration for the blood of Muslims? Which is more important? And before they could answer he moves on to the next ayah. And don't you know that Allah says in the Quran about a woman

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from the ballet, her new shoes, no air, Robin phalguna highly Hema news they have a new Huma saleha that if a woman fears

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that there her husband will divorce her or leave her, then there is no problem if they reach an agreement between them. And he then quoted the verse as well, that if you fear that there's going to be a breakup, then further Ethical Hacker mentality, he will hack amendment.

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bring an arbitrator from his side, and an arbitrator from her side. in Eureka is law when you have 50 level by Noma, if the two of them want to come together, that Allah will find a way to make them come together. So if an Ibis said that

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which one is more important, saving a marriage or saving the ties of brotherhood between the oma

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so they were stunned, because again, a law is explicitly commending arbitration for matters of

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a rabbit, meaning a small animal is a rabbit. And if you can go hunting a rabbit, and what are you going to give us a photo for a rabbit? Allah says, find two people and get it done. And the same for a marriage. So even Abbas said, Allah is the one commanding arbitration to bring about these things. And what is more important arbitration for the arbitration for these petty things? So they didn't have an answer to that. So he moves on, bring your your as for your second one, as for your second one, that he fought, and he didn't take aneema and he didn't take captives of war. He said, Who amongst you would be willing to take your mother, Asia or your loved one her as a captive? And who

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amongst you would dare to do with her, what is done to a captive?

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If any of you says that, that is permissible? You have committed Cofer, because Allah has said in the Quran was Roger Who? Omaha to his wives or their mothers.

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So then they didn't know how to answer right? And before they can do that he moves on again, and it goes and don't you know what Allah says in the Koran what in thought if a tiny mini mini nakazato for us, Albania Houma, if two groups of believers are fighting, then bring about peace and reconciliation between them for in their home either O'Hara for car to literally had to feed a family law. If the one of them still transgressors, then fight the one that is transgressing until it is subdued in the way of Allah subhana wa Tada. And he said, so Allah called The both of them believers, even though they are fighting one another. Now pause it is a very, very, very important

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idea. It destroys the argument of the heart rejects what in thought if a tiny minute mini akata tell you

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if two groups of mins are fighting one another.

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So Allah has explicitly demonstrated that

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fighting between Muslims does not become Cofer in and of itself, because he called the both groups movements. But by the way, notice even abass will lay we read this ad all the time, right? But who is going to derive that? That understanding? This is the difference between a half

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the difference between somebody who memorizes and then somebody who understands, so they couldn't answer that one either. So he does okay. As for your third point,

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your claim that I did on the last one did not write a me at all meaning.

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Do you not know that on the day of today via the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave up his own title and he did not write Rasulo law in the Treaty of Rabia. And he said to the kurush, I am Rasulullah even if you deny this, and it was it was written between Mohammed bin Abdullah right and I was Sophia or whatever of the brush. So he said, if the prophet SAW Selim can do it for his macom surely Allah can do it for his mom. What a clean sweep, right? What a literally, completely wiped out any argument. They could not say anything to these responses, and that is why one third of them actually returned to the camp of it. 2000 2000 of them, they returned to the camp of the rhodiola

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one, but 4000 remained 4000 remained adamant and arrogant. And it is as if Allah subhanho wa Taala sifted from amongst them, those who might have had some genuine human, but they had a misunderstanding, and those that were left had no sincerity. And this is actually in one way it was actually problematic because now you have all of the phonetics combined, right? But that's what's going to happen now because you want to get rid of as much as much of the good people as you can. So now the worst of the worst are combined. Now it is also mentioned that earlier, the loved one himself engaged with some of their leaders, and we don't have too many defaults to too many details,

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but it is mentioned that in Kufa, because now they're in how to draw, and as I said, they're camping there for a few weeks or a month. So there is some interaction with the people of Kufa. So it is said that they confronted the Ola, one on the member in the Kufa when he's given the hotbar. So group of them are causing a commotion now, and it shows that they're entering the city and they're now basically debating, and they demanded that Ali rhodiola one, repent from the treaty, re accept Islam because he's a kafir for having gone to the treaty. And if he does, and then fight muawiya and if he does, so, then they will join him again. Okay. And they said, We will only accept the outcome

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of Allah subhana wa Taala

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we will accept the outcome of the Koran, as we had agreed to we want the outcome of the Quran to hokum, meaning the judgment of the Quran, we don't want the token of men. So it is said that and this is a very, very profound narration actually has a lot of very deep implications. It is said that I do know the alarm had gathered them in the masjid and he asked for a copy of the must have to be brought out. Now in those days and most half was not like this. It must have was bigger than this desk.

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The most half was bigger than this desk, there are still copies of must haves in those times you find photographs of them and I showed a photograph when I did the the the JAMA the composition of the Quran I showed it on the slides here it is quite literally like four feet by five feet by three four feet. It's a massive because paper cow what causes paper was only invented and the Battle of colors in the battle or discovered in the Battle of palaces battle as to place basically at the turn of the century. 100 something 130 or so before this time, what did the Sahaba write on the Sahaba did not see paper? What did they write on?

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Skin primarily? Primarily skin and wood was when you have to send one letter the Koran was not written on would imagine most have made out of wood. Just imagine that right? So the most halves of the of Earth man were written on camels skin. So every paper, every letter or every is an entire skin of a camel. Can you imagine how thick the last half is going to be then, right? So he had the must have brought out carried by men. This was the master most half of Kufa and he put it in front of the Hutterites and He then said to the most half judge between us

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what's going to happen nothing said speak

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decide Firstly, if sylvaner do something, and the hardest said, Yeah Amira mean, you know that the Quran doesn't speak, like what are you talking to? Or sorry, they didn't say a million Sorry, my bad. They said I do whatever they addressed him by that actually there was our house and you know the origin doesn't speak.

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And so this is what Ali defeated them in. And he said, so if you know that the most half is scrolls and inks, then it needs men to interpret it on his behalf.

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Meaning and will lie This is so profound. Notice the shallowness of their understanding. The the simple minded literalism the fundamentalism that is still prevalent to this day that they believe the Quran or in our case, even the pseudonym is going to give a specific idea or added just to their particular answer or fatwa. Right, it's as if there's no such thing as fit. It's as if there's no such thing as HDR. And this the whole point of the whole point of which that you take the Quran and Sunnah you extract it to apply to your situation. What do you mean we want to judge by the book of Allah? What else are you going to judge by if you're a Muslim, right? And by the way, I have to say

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here as well, we have to look through these slogans that are very common even in our times. These slogans might sound good, just like the Hata jets are saying in the law. But what does that slogan mean of these slogans that are so common? Let us go back to the Quran and Sunnah. It's a very beautiful slogan it has an element of truth. But what does it mean to go back to the Quran and Sunnah you have to have a llama that will interpret the Quran and Sunnah for you at this particular juncture in time. The Quran and Sunnah does not speak from the books, there must be intermediaries of men of odema, which that he then folk Aha, who interpret the Quran and the Sunnah. And this is

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one of the problems of all shallow minded literalist fundamentalist movements, and there are many amongst them. I don't mean anyone By the way, well, let me I don't mean any one strand, many strands of Islam, almost every strand of Islam has its ultra fundamentalist that if this book says it or that whatever, we're just going to go back to the Quran and Sunnah we're going to go back, it doesn't work that way. I mean, it's a pendulum in just a bit of a tangent. I just came back from the fifth council those you know that I'm a part of the foot counselor with America, we're discussing issues that you're not going to find in the Quran and Sunnah. We had a whole discussion on on organ

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transplant and what are the the criteria of what we can do organ transplant when we cannot do? What are you going to find in the Quran and Sunnah about organ transplant? We had a discussion by the way, we're going to talk about this someday inshallah, when Ramadan comes up about the 15 degrees 18 degrees of budget, we had a discussion about this in this two days three days ago, right? The Quran and Sunnah is not going to tell you that for Judas 15 degree 18 degree, there has to be an HDR you have to figure out when we make these calculation charts. When we publish these charts, what is the highest is the best HDR, right? We had discussions about buying and selling massages to build bigger

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massage standard issues of modern filk which you're gonna have to extract from the Quran and Sunnah is not directly over there. In any case, the point is that they tried to cause the scene in the masjid. And Ali rhodiola. One essentially said to them, what are you talking about? What do you mean, you want the Koran to judge between you? How is the Oregon gonna judge between you, this is a slogan that has no meaning to it. You have to have men who are scholars or odema interpret the Koran. And that's what we did it and while we that's exactly what we did. So they obviously were stumped. They didn't know how to respond and they did not accept Aliza any attempt to convince them

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and so our little the loved one said, when it's clear that they're going to break away, and it'll be a lot more said that you have three rights over us three things three o'clock that you have, number one, we're not going to stop you from praying here. This is the message of the of the Muslim in, you want to come and pray you can pray here. Number two, that you will continue to get the faith that the Muslims get pause here. Remember, we had mentioned the time of abubaker model the other one, the the FDA instituted a policy that every single Muslim citizen will get a stipend from the government, okay. That is essentially that the the halo effect and and they have a hierarchy of stipends

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basically, depending on what you've done and whatnot. So, look at the generosity of a leader, the low one, he said, even if you have broken away, you're still a member of the oma will know what fairness, what fairness, you will continue to get your fate whatever is your portion. Well, you don't have to fight with us. You're going to meaning you don't have to fight with us in our army. You're still a member of the army, you will get your you're essentially what he is saying to the hottest ISIS, you still have the OIC of Islam. And then number three

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We will let you be as long as you don't let don't harm us. Meaning, and this is a very important point that especially the phonetics of our times all fanatics, whether they're hardcore Salafi, hardcore Deobandi hardcore, Sufi, hardcore, shadowy, whatever they are hardcore Shiri will love it. It's amazing. The hotter giants were theologically messed up, correct. I'll leave it alone, I tried to convince them to come over, I tried to tell them, but you cannot guide everybody to your understanding of Islam.

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So Ali, being the halifa,

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itself essentially said, we can't force you to be Sunni. So if you're not going to harm us, we're not going to harm you.

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Now, this demonstrates, and this is not some progressive reinterpretations very clear here, that even in an ideal healer,

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we will tolerate a spectrum of different versions of Islam. Think about that. Even in an ideal, he'll have a look at ISIS now.

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If you are not on their methodology, they will execute you.

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And that is why they're killing Shia left, right and center. And they're getting rid of doing this. They're doing that even the Sudanese that are not on their methodology, they will kill them. Okay, if any Sunni gives a fatwa against them, he will be shot, he will be killed, he'll be executed now acquaintances as well that have been killed in this matter. The point is that look at it though the law one, that he is the halifa. And he is saying to the hottest nights, you're still going to get your salary. You can pray amongst us live here, shop here, buy your goods from here, and we're not going to harm you. As long as What? You don't harm us. Well, like can you get more fair than this? I

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mean, honestly, I don't think I could give them even one of these three conditions. So Well, I think any if I were in that position, right? You broke away from my army, you're you're bad mouthing me, you're saying this and not all of these three, get out of here. No stipend. And I might just punch you before you leave, you know, that type of attitude we have? What is it that they are saying? Subhana? Allah will lie? Can you really, under we understand now why our lives are the alarm is the best Sahaba live at this time, who could have given such fairness to the very group of people that broke away from his own army. So they retreated to their camp at how to draw, and they elected their

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own halifa. And they called him ameerul momineen panela. And his name is Abdullah rossabi. He was the first Haji Imam, the first Haji ameerul momineen, Abdullah rossabi. And then slowly but surely, their real fanaticism came out. They began to recruit. So they lost one third, remember, so they had to make up for that. So this began to send letters to other cities, and especially the neighboring city of Basra to get the fanatics of their to come. So and other cities as well. muda and other cities here, and so 1000s of people began to flock to their cause, because they had enticing slogans. And this is exactly what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said, right? That Yo, Luna men,

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Heidi columbaria their speech is the best speech you've ever heard of mankind.

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They sound so mesmerizing. And if you listen to ISIS, if you listen to the leaders of Allied lokar does, God is dead, but listen to their dead leaders listen to the full and the famous guy that was killed, listen to his speeches. And honestly, there is mesmerizing stuff in there. It's catchy. But look at what they've done. And this sort of process of them said, their speech is the best speech you've ever heard. But their actions are the worst actions of mankind. This is.

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And this is what we see from that time and this time, so they began to recruit 1000s of people join them, and then they begin to harass caravans, because you know what they need to live. They need money. How are you going to feed all of these people, they began to commit highway robbery, and added to the Aloha and sends caravan sends expeditions to them, threatening them stop, don't do this, until finally they crossed the line. And what was the line that they crossed a very gruesome, very bitter, very sad reality, which is still common to this day of the fanaticism of the holidays. That one day they wanted to harass, a caravan a small caravan. In all likelihood, it was only three

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or four people and it was a Sahabi whose father was a very famous Sahabi he is a minor Sahabi his father is a major Sahabi and this hobby is Abdullah Ibn Al hubub. yBnL. Okay, hubub is one of the earliest converts of the first 10 converts to Islam. And he was tortured and he was persecuted. And he was a senior so have you know, he's passed away he's gone. Now his younger son is one of his sons is now a full fledged

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Man, Abdullah Ebner kebab, okay. And he's passing by with his mini caravan whatever it was, remember this is Muslim land. They're not worried of anything happening this is now imagine driving me from here to Nashville. I mean is Muslim land you're you're we're not or in this case I mean it's a your own country you're not passing a border and those kids they're going from Buster to go from Cooper to muda and these are local places they're going Why should they be worried? So he's walking or his with his caravan is his camel his goods and he has with him his Giardia, his milk him in his servant and she is pregnant with his child. And he's going wherever he's going on his trade. And they

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stopped him ago. Who are you, man? And so he said Abdullah kebab, even though not everybody knows Abdullah Abdullah, but he's one of the Sahaba. Right. So they say, Tell us something you heard from the prophets I send them tell us something you heard. So he says to them Hadith. He says, I heard the prophets I said him say a time will come when fitna will take place. bloodshed. What not the one who sits is better than the one who stands. And the one who stands is better than the one who walks. So if you catch that time, if you see that time, then be the one who is killed, rather the one who kills and had

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the hardest rights blew up in anger. Are you referring to us? We are the ones doing this. And they started, you know, mob mentality. They ganged up, and they tied him and bound him. They took him a prisoner. And they began to drag him meaning not drag him like walk with Him being dragged with his hands like not on the ground, but they take him and walk with Him. him and his his pregnant,

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his pregnant Milka mean, and they took his goods and confiscated them. And they passed by even because he mentioned is one of the most iconic stories of the holidays, right? This is one of the most iconic stories of the fanaticism of the Hutterites, they passed by a garden that belonged to a Christian. And there was a date that was on the floor or there, and one of them picked up the date and ate it. And the other one smacked his hand, said fear Allah, you didn't ask permission to eat the date.

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And as they're passing by the Garden of the Christian, there is a pig there and one of them becomes angry and disgusted, and he slaughters the pig with his knife. And the other guy says to him, Fira law, you killed the pig that belonged to the Christian, you have to go pay him money for the fact that he is allowed to have a pig. Why are you killing? Now of course these concepts are, no matter how fanatic but there's an element of truth. When I don't even know how Bob is seeing this. He is saying, quote to you. Surely the life of a Muslim has more honor than a date or a pig.

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And he What are you he's he himself is confused. Like if you have that much amount of taqwa. Then what are you doing to me and my wife, my wife, what are you doing? What are you doing this? And this made them so angry that they brought him in front of their crowd, and they slaughtered him, like a sheep is slaughtered. And this was the first slaughter in Islam. That was done the other way you understand what I mean? When I say this, right? And Subhana Allah Allah He, the son of our Shetty, I when you must execute, you execute from here, right? And the son of heart digits has always been to slaughter like a sheep. And to this day, what is ISIS doing? To this day? What is ISIS doing? Well,

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like? I mean, just the the parallels are so clear. The first person to be slaughtered like that. And our history tradition was the Sahabi. Abdullah imminent. So the details are actually gruesome. They're mentioned in the books. I don't want to say them because they're that gruesome. but you get the point. Just like ISIS is gruesome, just like these people are gruesome, right? Same with Abdullah living in Florida. And of course, his, his wife or his his slave is now screaming and whatnot. They bring her out and they slit her belly open.

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They slit her belly open. Now the news and of course then in the death is so the new spreads across. And what do you think is going to happen to local people? They're panicking and terrified. This is complete barbarians, right? Like this is exactly what we see. lack basic Lima, what piety that you can't eat the date of a of a nasrani and you're going to kill us a hobby. Not even almost a hobby, not just a Muslim as a hobby, and do this to his innocent, innocent, what has the lady ever done, what has your child ever done? But this barbarity that we see to this day amongst these types of groups. So when they wonder when the people heard this, they obviously became very, very panicked,

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and Adil Mohan decided that he has to

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Take action, he has to take action. So he sent shala will go on for another 10 minutes we'll stop at nine o'clock control. He sent an Ebola in a zip with a group of troops as a first preliminary. And he said to the harder dites to Abdullah rossabi. He said, handover, that group that killed Abdullah and his and his wife, and we will deal with them with Dr. sauce. And the rest of you are not guilty the ones who killed are guilty, right? So if you are willing to hand over the actual criminals, because you are, you know, five 6000 a number, who are the actual people who did the killing, you know them, hand them to us, and we will deal with them, because then we will not kill the rest or

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we're not going to fight the rest of you. The message came back, all of us are the killers.

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This is the message that we received from them kulu Nakata, we are all merged, we are all the ones we all share equally in the blood, meaning we have considered that to be permissible and we pride ourselves in having killed our beloved Even though hubub yBnL are not when that message came back. I did know the owner has to read, how are you going to do? What are you going to do? And so he led the army itself he participated in the battle. And this is the famous battle of Natura, one, the Battle of na won the battle of Nevada one which took place in a room of 38 year of the digital and Subhan Allah, Allahu our heart is set in for our winning over the law one one battle after another between

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the Muslims and amongst the Muslims. That was his whole khilafah. By and large. That's what was happening right after the Battle of gentlemen after the Battle of Sofia. Now he's got to deal with these weirdos. So in moharram of 38, Angela, he marches towards them, by this time they have left how to draw, and they go to

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a place that's a few days March away. And it's called number one. And that's why it is called the Battle of narrow one because it took place over there developing the heroine, and even in the Battle of Nevada one article deal, robiola one demonstrated the utmost amount and Dakota that he gave every opportunity because remember, these were his troops at one point in time. The leaders of this group are known to him personally from the times that they fought and other battles. And so he gave multiple opportunities. The first thing he did is that he set a banner in an open land. And he said, Whoever comes to this banner shall be safe from that army leave, come here shall be safe. Whoever

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turns his back and leaves the battlefield shall be safe. Whoever goes back to goof Abbas or wherever you're from Shelby safe. Mr. Powell, the word more do you want, right? Whoever leaves just get out of here, we're not we don't want to fight you. If you don't want to fight us, we don't want to fight you shall be safe. And it is said that many, many 1000s of them departed. And many of them began to say why are we fighting? What was the reason of fighting it to the long run. So in fact, so again, it shows that some of them they had some amount of taqwa deep down inside and this is always the case with these fundamentalist groups right? will lie this is the case with fundamentalist groups

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that you find amongst them, people of your mind and taqwa. That's why they're fundamentalist. I mean, that's why they're fanatical in this regard that they think they're doing good. And sometimes they become overzealous, but there's still good in them. And sometimes the goodness is disappeared, and nothing is left except, you know, their own perverted understanding. So actually, we don't know how many people left. But it is said that the bulk of the army of aerocity rossabi of the leader, basically abandoned him at that point in time, because I did have the luxury of so many ways to get out, do this, you're safe, do this, you're safe, do this, you're safe. And they really and of

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course, they're outnumbered. This is 34. This is the law. And so the bulk of them

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left and only a small group remained. And the Battle of marijuana was a resounding victory for Hollywood the ultimate. In fact, it was such a resounding victory that everybody of that original group of high tech giants lost their lives, other than it is said nine people whose names are mentioned in the books of history. And these are the leaders of our seabees inner circle. They fled. These are the cowards right the leaders they fled, and each one of them was an instigator for other uprisings throughout their lives like they stayed on their on that understanding. It's very interesting here that during the battle, Alia of the law one he kept on expressing his remorse at

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their fate at limiting their their stubbornness, and one when one person said that a remark that basically implied the hostages are too far. He said No, they are not too far. He said they are not too far. In one una bajo Elena. They are our brothers, but they have they're fighting against us. He did not make the feel of the rights. He did not make the critical for another version.

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said minocqua, for the former, they ran away from COVID. They're not too far. They're running away from COVID in their fanaticism. And when the battle was over,

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I know the last one said to his side, his group of leaders, he said, the prophet system warned me about this. And he told me that there will come a group that the Quran will not pass their throats. And he said that these are the shirato killer of the most despised people in the eyes of Allah. And then and this is very interesting report. And it is reported in Muslim environment and reported in many books of history, the loved one said to his commanders, go to the dead, and find somebody who has a hand that has been broken, he doesn't have to cut off. And there is a certain type of, if you like,

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a certain type of tumor on the head, and you describe the tumor, and the tumor has a black spot. So he described something that is very, very vivid, find somebody like this in the dead. So they went and they searched amongst the dead, somebody who's one hand was not there, and there was a tumor, and there's a black spot and this and that. And they couldn't find anybody they came back. They said, No, you didn't find anybody said go again. They went again, third time, third time, they come back after the third time. And now you know, the alarm becomes insistent. And he goes go back and look again, for a law he marked up to him at work with VIP. Neither am I lying to you, nor was I

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lied to. He's going to explain this.

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So they went again, lo and behold, underneath a pile of bodies, they discovered exactly this person. As I laid out the low one described, exact description that the hand is this and there's a tumor and there's a black spot and this and that. And then he explained, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me that I would fight such a group, and that one of their leaders would have these characteristics, social handle law, and he had never met them at some parallel. This is exactly what the process and predicted and that's why I said mark is up to a well equipped, I'm neither lying to you, nor was I lied to when the person spoke to me meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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spoke to me. And we'll just conclude very quickly that our scholars have mentioned some of the primary characteristics of the early cottage and also all of the later highlights of their characteristics is that they consider a sinful Muslim to be a non Muslim. Again, the binary, right? They consider the sinful Muslim to be a calf.

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So if you don't live up to their standards, do not just a bad Muslim, you are a calf

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as well. They rebel against the rightful rulers, the Hata giants became a thorn in the side of the Romanians and their buses throughout their history. over two dozen battles were fought by the whole alpha, the Omega is and there are buses against small hydrojet. uprisings over two dozen each one of them has their complaints and grievances, and they think the only way to resolve it is by fighting and killing other Muslims and the halifa. As well, the Hydra giants considered everybody else in the oma to be misguided except themselves. Any time a group a small little group 510 2050 people says we are assuming we are the correct athlete and manage everybody else's ball to ball model. They are

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automatically the body of our model, because the bulk of the oma by testimony of our solar system shall be rightly guided

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by the law here under Gemma, the Gema. The bulk mainstream of the Muslims shall be rightly guided as well of the characters as the highlights is their extreme misinterpretation of the Koran bizarre, absolutely bizarre. They take an idea and what they derive from it, nobody else will derive from it as well, their fanaticism in worship. These people, if you look at them outwardly, you're impressed. And you kind of feel my god, these people must be really pious. And I encourage you to listen to a lecture I gave online about the incident of Joe Heyman, the one who overtook the head on. I gave many detailed lectures about Joe Heyman and I mentioned briefly in the hotbed as well, that his

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followers who took the hat on hostage. They were amongst the top students at the University of Medina.

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And they were considered to be the righteous the ultra pious, but their fanaticism got the better of them. The people thought them to be pious, but the piety hadn't reached their hearts. It's an outer shell, not an inner the bulb is still upon their own fanaticism, as well. of the signs of the heart of it is very superficial knowledge of the religion. They really haven't studied. And they consider everybody else especially people of knowledge to be misguided. Look at the highlights considering this a habit to be covered. The hallway Sara considering the Profit System to not have Taqwa of Allah to not know what justice is.

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In our times, these fanatical groups has no have no rule of law. And they consider the mainstream rule ama to be the most misguided people. This is the same fanaticism from the beginning. One of the characters of the Hutterites as well is how quickly they change their own stances and opinions always flip flopping. Always going from one extreme to another, the same group that insisted rally rhodiola one except the arbitration, when it wasn't to their liking, they become the worst enemies of it. And always flip flopping between this manage that manage this person that always fanaticism amongst them. And of the characteristics of the Hata giants is that they have divisions amongst

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themselves. Because when you are so fanatical, when it's my way or the highway, when anybody who disagrees is a car fitter, what's going to happen in their inner circles,

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always division.

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And this is the case of early hardage ism that after the time of the heart of our children and the time of the Romanians. Very quickly, very briefly, I'll finish up in sha Allah and the time of the early oma years the holidays began to split up amongst different groups. And these are names you will find in the classical groups. The as I recall, the nature that the suffering all of these the suffering, all of these are early hydrojet groups, and all of them were fanatical, fighting, killing the other Muslims, considering it permissible to kill other Muslims consider it permissible to fight other harder giants. The early hardage right movement within 50 years split into more than 25

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It wasn't just one group, and each one is making concrete of the other 24 along with the other Sudanese.

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So the extreme level of fanaticism and because they were so fanatical, and because they believed it permissible to kill other Muslims, the oma years and they are busted spent the bulk of their internal fighting against the Hutterites until finally one group after another was eliminated, and only one of the classical hydrojet groups has remained up until our times. Okay, only one of the early classical hydrojet groups as for ISIS and Al Qaeda, and all of these weird movements, these are Neo hottie giants. These are movements that are coming back, and they're forming in our times. And this is they're taking some of the principles, but they're not coming out of a classical Haji

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tradition, right. Do you understand what I'm saying here? There is still one group that dates back to the days of the early oma years, not the days of this habit, the early Romanians, and that is the group that was founded by Abdullah it been evolved with a lot Abdullah evolved. And that's why the group is called the evolved Lee with a lot the rebel bleah Abdullah bin evolved was a taboo theory at the time of the early oma years, meaning he saw the Sahaba that's what I mean, he saw the Sahaba not that he was a well known to everyone. He was a generation who saw the Sahaba. But he was obviously not of the major type your own. He was just somebody who's met some of the Sahaba. And he

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lived at the time of the early oma years of the American one and others. And he was a hottie G, but he was the softest of all of the hotter giants. And his theology was the most mellow of all of the theologies of the hotter giants. And what he said was those who disagree with me, they are not caffeinated the cover of Islam. They are caffeine, the co founder of being rightly guided or the co founder of sugar, the co founder of near my basically, in other words, he created a category, your caffeine caffeine, or you're kind of a Muslim caffeine, let's put it that way. Okay. I'm just being a little bit humorous, but that's essentially what he did. And he said, those who oppose me from

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within Islam, they're not like Africa for the kind of Muslim calf in the middle. Okay. And because of this, he considered it. You don't have to fight the other Muslims who don't agree with me. Okay. So then if you're not going to fight them, what is the woman going to do with you, not fight you. Correct. That's the principle we established. Right. And so Abdullah ibn evolved was not fought the way the other holidays were fought. And his early followers, they decided to leave the bulk or the mainstream of the oma and they fled to the nether regions of the oma and the largest group of them, even his own students. They they fled to the southernmost tip of the Arabian Peninsula, and that is

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Roman, and they established a dynasty in Oman. This is the time of the oma yets. And that dynasty, even though put the politics has changed hand. The dynasty has remained a Baldy, and to this day, the modern country of Oman is the only country in the Muslim world whose official doctrines are

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ivaldi there is no other country in the Muslim world, that is the ivaldi sect. The ivaldi sect is one can say the earliest sect that is Yemen's adea. The bodies are in Oman, Yemen is at the earliest sec to break away from the oma is the heart of rights. And of the hotter giants. There's only one classical sector remaining. And that classical set is the evacuees and the majority of the inhabitants of Oman are ivaldi However, there is a healthy population of Sudanese as well so just because you meet an invalid don't assume an Romani don't assume he's evolving, okay. Rather, Oman has lots of bodies and lots of Sudanese and they get along fine together. Why do they get along fine

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together? Because in a Baldy theology, you're not expected to fight against those Muslims who don't agree with you. However, I have been told I've never been there. I have been told that evolve the masters are well known and Sony most of us are well known. And generally speaking, Sony's go to Sony's about is worried about the image. But I have been told that I'm sure if I'm wrong, I'll be corrected. I haven't been told that. There's not that demarcation and Sony's go to about the most juicy bodies go to Sony machines. But in the end of the day, it is known this machine is ivaldi, and especially the Sunni in Oman, and so you typically end up going to the masjid that you are the

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follower of but the government officially is ivaldi. Their Grand Mufti is about the their ministry of coffee is about the the books they print are of the body sect and theology, and therefore their theology is non Sunni. They have a very different theology than us. And so they believe the Koran is created Koran. They believe that Allah's attributes are all metaphorical. Allah does not have any attributes. They deny the Shiva or the Prophet system. They deny seeing a lot of divio. Right? Yeah, they deny it. Yeah, there's no no, yeah. They deny some of the things of the of the ACA as well. And they say any major sinner who commits a major sin shall not enter agenda because that is evolved.

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That is how did you theology right? So the one who drinks alcohol,

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and he dies without repenting from drinking alcohol, according to the theology shall never enter agenda.

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And they don't believe in sheer fact, because what is chifa of the Prophet system? It's for these sinners to enter agenda. So they deny the shofar. And they say the one who has committed a sin, unless he repents and enters Islam, again, shall never be forgiven. A major sin can be a minute kebaya. And believe it or not, they actually have different filter than us. So you know, all of you know, there's Sunni fecundity, jaffery or sheary. Phil, actually, there's more than this, there's evolved the film as well evolved, these have their own film, their own methods have their own soul, their own principles, they have their own books of Hadith, right? And again, all of this just so

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that, you know, otherwise, the bodies are such a small percentage of the oma less than point 2% of the oma is a body. Okay.

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What do you think? After all of this, we'll do things.

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Have you not heard what he said?

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When he's fighting, the actual Hutterites? What did he say?

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They're not super fun. We do not pronounce the feed on people just because they pronounce it on us. We are better than that. And by the way, the above these don't pronounce us to be cafard Kapha. Remember where

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we're in the middle, right? Where they don't consider us to be outside the fold of Islam. They're there, we're in a great area. So the bottom line, just FYI,

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the above these are the earliest sect of Islam that broke away from the oma and they are still around to this day, but they are a minority of groups. And by the way, there is one other place that the above is live as well. And I don't see anybody from that region. It is from places in Algeria. places in Algeria. There's untouched is it and is it right so there is a there is a few villages I was told, right? A few villages, you know them, right? Yeah. And I was told that Sudanese don't live in that village. Is that correct? Yeah. Okay, so our brother is confirming that a small group of bodies fled to North Africa, this in the time of the the oma years, and they, they took a small

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piece of land. And to this day, they and their descendants, and I was told by a good friend of mine that even their facial features are different because they don't intermarry. So they have been in that few, you know, villages or whatnot, since that timeframe, and they're just living their lives and from the Have you ever been to that place where

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you know, you know that Okay, I have been told this as well by my gi friends, so there's a very small group but they never had power, in desire, but in Roman they had power. And so when the modern nation states came, then they are now in control of the government. inshallah, with that interesting tidbits inshallah, next week, we will, you are clearly

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Have a question.

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So, you know how many people have told me to give some to the note taker in the last four months? I'll just give you some.

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Even though it isn't some brothers came up to me said, whoever the note taker is go hug from Is it okay? Sharla So, you're already world famous Mashallah hamdulillah

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the question they don't want, they want to know your name, but I'm always keeping it suspenseful. That's why Okay, so I'm not mentioning your name, or else everybody wants to hear me. Okay.

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The question of our esteemed anonymous note taker, who was anonymous to the globe, but everybody here knows him. His isn't this more physicalism what I just described, very perceptive of you and I'm happy you took notes for our martensitic class Mashallah.

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very perceptive of you. So what happened was that, around 350, hedger or 300 hitter when did the leaders of materialism

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migrated to Oman

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and the baldies kind of adopted him and he adopted evangelism

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and he became the Mufti of that time and place and so he essentially managed to convert a bodies from not having any theology about a smell so fat and shefa and other to adopting more desert ism in all areas other than the area that evolved these have their own Elpida which is the center and center and all of these things right. So evolved these are essentially more easily

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and if you want to discuss more desert ism is still alive in two phases of the movement of the oma more attested ism is absolutely alive to this day classical Marxism in two phases of the oma evolved these anxieties, diseases ladies of Yemen, they these are pure Morteza lights and about these are pure Morteza lights there. Mufti of Oman, recently wanted to have a debate with the Mufti of Saudi Arabia and the issues he wanted to debate him on. Are the Quran created or not? The Shiva the Profit System, can we see a lot or not? These are exact differences between Sony and mortality. And he wanted to debate on these issues. So about these are more attentively, along with their own

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interpretation of certain things and the same for the Zetas shallow with that we will stop here in Sharla. And then continue next week.