Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 04

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fringilla salatu salam ala rasulillah Alhamdulillah Handan UEFI Nana who caffee omega Sala La La CD Nam somebody nor Allah Allah your age marry, along with a live demo in parallel and finally I'll be Marilyn Turner was the dinner maniac at hamdulillah we are back again discussing the sooner to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam specifically now we're discussing the heart of the seal of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam or the seal of the Prophet hood all together. Okay, some said that the seal of the Prophet hood was given to every single prophet but it was in a different spot than that of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and others said that this was

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a specific reality to the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as in reality, he himself is the seal of all of the messengers.

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The author says it's not in LA you're hanging on a lot. Paula had definite and we're on Hades number 19. had

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a baby. Actually we are on the Heidi's right before that Heidi's number 18.

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Allah adesina is not in either your hand no luck. Allah had definite Abu Musab al Medina. Abu Musab al medini is according to some a good narrator. I will have them on Raji specifically, and according to others.

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They have said that they did have some issues with those narrations as well. But over here, this particular individual is narrating His name is Abu Musab al Madani and Anima Dini

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is an attribution to Medina, okay? And also Madani is an attribution to Medina as well. So someone that's from Medina, you know, you say, Malaysia, Malaysian, Canada, Canadian, America, American, so on and so forth. Similarly, Medina melanin and an Arabic Madani and you can also say medini right, but there's a difference. The difference is for them, have you seen at least there's a difference for the linguists? There's a whole nother discussion but for the Heidi thing they say that the difference between medini and madonie for us is that Melanie is a person who was born and he is truly from Medina. And Medina is a person that was someone that was a settler into Medina. Okay, so

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over here, Abu Musab the fact that his attribution is Medina and not many shows us that he must have been a settler into Medina. That is one possibility. The other possibility is that this is an attribution altogether to another city, and that is Medina to the monsoon, but that Okay, so his attribution in reality is to Medina to monsoon, the city made by monsoon, above that, namely, so then the attribution would be to another city. Now that's an important differentiation over here because the magazine are differentiating between a melanin and someone, someone that is truly from Medina to nebby and someone that's from a Medina that was made by someone else and so on and so

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forth on a high def and I use it for green magic. Or magician, pan. avi. avi, okay. yaku even me selama even a magician, and awesome even Rama even Fatah. Angela Dotty hero Mesa, okay. I also have the aroma in Qatada famous scholar from his grandmother omega one omega is the grandmother of awesome.

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Okay. And she was of course the young Sahaba and she narrates also from Shelby along with Alan has over here she's seeing products similar to I heard that a times there's another he's actually only one other Hadeeth which he also narrates, in which she narrates from, he shall be allowed to and how she says now, Samir, total sorta lion sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Well, I shall not be the heart analogy, but you know, get up and go to the healer.

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Okay, I heard the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and if I wished to have kissed the Hotham so she was behind the prophets of Salaam when she was hearing this hadith. Of course, she was because she was a young sabia you know, a child at that time. So she was probably not in the front portion of the gathering and so on and so forth, because the elderly are sitting there. So she might have been hanging around in the back or in the far back of the profits. Or in the far back in this instance, she's behind the profits. So she is listening to the profit center making a statement. And she says I'm looking from the back seeing the heart of the seal of the messenger Mohammed Salah.

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longer it will send them. By the way, the seal is extremely important because it is amongst the miracles. And amongst the great signs upon which a lot of people that were Christians and from other faiths, they ended up accepting Islam, because they knew in their scriptures that a messenger will come. And this is a sign that you'll have. So she sees this hot tub and that's why they're always having these discussions about the hot tub.

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She says, If I wish to have kissed it, I would have kissed it. Allah be very negative, I even felt okay, because of how close I was to the Prophet sallallahu. It was in them know a couple of things. One may say, Well, she's a woman, how's she gonna kiss the hottest or the back of the profits and send them where that particular seal is?

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Number one, she was a child, as we're already seeing. Number two, she's not actually saying I would have kissed it. She's saying that if I was, if I wished I would have done it. She's trying to tell you and the discussion is not even at all about the Hotham in this particular Hadees it just has a a passing mention of the hot dome. And that's why the amendment didn't meet the quotes in here. It's actually about something else. The discussion is about a whole another, another topic, right? So for that reason, you have to understand that this discussion is not about the courtroom. It was just a passing mention of the of the issue just to prove how close she was because she's saying, if I wish

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to have kissed it from because of how close I was to him, now she's trying to establish how close she was so that her UI or narration becomes more affirmed that she heard this directly from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, despite her young age. At a young age like that, you would imagine she must have taken the Hadith from another person like she didn't have an eye from it shall be allowed or not. But over here, despite her young age, she heard this directly from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam Yoku Lisa, even in my eyes, the oma max he's we're seeing beside him right about a moron

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after he had died, it does who are on the throne of Allah subhanho wa Taala ended up shaking because of the death of sad even rise, meaning that the the assembly the higher assembly was so happy that, that even the throne begin to shake because of that, because of the death of Southern rock. Now, this is a more literalistic approach that a lot of atheists have taken. Okay. And another approaches, the word has that itself.

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It sometimes sometimes you mean means

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that, it's sometimes actually means a form of excitement, okay. Sometimes the word his can actually mean

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a type of excitement. Right? So that is something that is there in the Arabic language that cannot be denied. So it could mean that or it could mean that but this doesn't mean that denial of the OS itself, okay. Some people may go as far as to say something like that, as in, they may translate the understanding of the people that understood the word it does over here, to me and excitement, right, that they're denying the outage or something like that. We shouldn't look into people's needs. We're not there to judge people, okay. The person is going from an angle that is linguistically acceptable, except what he has to say because that is acceptable. And so is also the other

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possibility. They're both possibilities that are acceptable. And I've noticed some people, especially later,

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commentators on the text, they, you know, get into people's attentions. That's not something for us to do. Father had definitely not

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getting what we wanted him to. He said to us, I know moto de la Noda, Cora, Destiny, Brahim, Abou hamedan. Okay.

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Bobby, I leave my job. This narration By the way, it's already occurred. We've already spoken about this before.

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They'll be leaving her job, right? And then he says, What are you wired and other people as well, but he doesn't just say one other person means more than one.

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Right? Well, I don't mean one label, I don't mean more than one. So

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in the previous narration, he brings three people,

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Bobby, which we have now for June, and in addition to those two, he brings Abu Jafar Mohammed bin Hussein as well. That's the previous for these in the previous edition, one of the, in the previous chapter, okay.

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About the novel features of the prophets Islam. So he's quoting the exact same Hadees that Ibrahim, Mohammed evident hanafy. He is, he says, that the idea of the allowance said so this particular had these exact same hobbies. In the previous instance, he brought three narrators who he narrated from three of his shoe, but now he's saying remember, I brought

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Three, but I've actually heard it for more than three. So I'm only bringing two Now, just to remind you of that same chain. But remember that not just three even more than that on the ANA resaving. Eunice and Omar Abdullah Noda bufala call, he said had destiny Ibrahim Abu Mohammed Ibrahim Abu Mohammed is who is the son of Mohammed Abu hanifa. Mohammed Abu hanifa is also Muhammad. Ali even thought him so he is the grandson of the authority of Sahabi. God, Allah hurry for Russia called Kiana Ali Yun either also for us rule of law is a law where Allah He was a limit for the Quran, Khadija Vitaly now between those two hyphens

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in our theory says that when Ali or the Allahu taala he used to he used to describe the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam all this is Ibrahim Mohammed talking the narrator, then for that kind of hadith of utility, that is Imam autonomy, the shortening the Hadith for you, so he doesn't bring that long narration which we've already discussed. Why? Because he's only trying to get the one statement from it. So he says work on being a KTV katamon number between his two shoulders used to be the hottest of a number one, the CEO of the prophethood will have a hard time when they begin, and that is the CEO of all of the prophets father had definitely Mohammed Abu Bashar, another

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tradition, Mohammed bin Michelle, the shape of a mama Timothy, he says Tada. We're awesome. We're awesome. Says Carla de la Hazara tomorrow Shabbat, Allah had destiny will be able to unleash puri. Okay, this is the

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web in the narration. So remember the tabular is important here because it's going to ask a question later on in the same Heidi's already back even

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earlier scoring power that had destiny abou Zaid amount even, I'm sorry, this is just a hobby. I'm not even a thought I'm sorry. parlor parlanti Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I'm even I will say I'm old enough to but I'm sorry. He says the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me, yeah, I was a little mini from Safari. Oh, they come close to me, and then wipe my dock. Okay, now from the beautiful

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You know, his law, his or her Caesar from the house is on the messengers all along where it was send them from the particularities of the messengers, the loss of them was at times the profits or send them would be able to recognize a reality that other people would not even know that he would understand. Okay.

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And this is a sign of a good leader, the prophets on the lower it will send them in times you would be dealing with people that would come to ask him a question, even before they proposes what their question the profits or losses on would stop and say, Hey, you came to ask for this, Jake, that they said well, you're you're coming to ask me about goodness. Let me tell you what, goodnesses right, let me tell you a goodnesses.

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So you would explain to them or goodnesses. Similarly, over here,

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I'm I'm in love, I'm sorry, this hobby comes to the profits or send them any wants to see something. So he because he knows that he may be shy. And that's something that leaders also have to give consideration to at times people don't find someone that is in leadership position approachable. So a leader should also be someone to approach the people that are following him over here. The Prophet has set himself from a distance he has come here, come here, come here. I know what you're looking for a gentleman and he come close to me from South body, then wipe my back. Okay, wipe it, because I know exactly what you're looking for know this for the profits is seldom is it? It's intuition, it's

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given by Allah subhanho wa Taala used to get lucky. So you recognize through his way that this person must have been looking to see and find the haka maneuver, so he told them come close to me and wipe my back. Okay. So he wiped us back. And also another possibility is that he saw something protruding in the back of the profitsystem. See, the garments were thick and nice and big like this, back in the days, right, they were just like soft, normal little plots, or so on and so forth. So there must have been something protruding in the back that he could notice. So the profits is in the morning to clarify for him that he doesn't have any defects in his body and the profits and send

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them as not sick or anything of that nature. Rather, what's happening in reality is simply this is the miraculous caught them in the loop, the Seal of their messengers. So you recognize that and then he said, photocycle wha hoo. Then I ended up watching

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His back and I went when I waved his back for a pot of sloppy Island hot. My fingers ended up touching the hotter, Carla woman hotter and hotter. Now remember we said you remember that dagger that Dabiri that was speaking to her I'm in love. And I'm sorry, in that even me the Nikesh query. So over here is asking, I'm on does the hobby woman hot and what is this cotton? Kala Shah too much to me Are they are here that are gathered together in one spot. Now of course the hot that we've already described, at times it's Zero Hedge a lot of times with other times it's other things right. So it is in reality not shot often, which then your eyes gathered up. Here's it here it simply is a

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gland, something like a gland, which may have some lines in it, which may have some black beauty marks around it. But it also has some hair around it as well. Sometimes people have hair on their beauty marks. So his head ended up touching the here. So he thought they were all here. Okay, so everybody's narrating based on what he had perceived and what based on what he had seen. So his head was above the garment, and he's touching it and, or even below the garden, but his hand just touched the here. So he thought that this must have been here. And that's why he says that. So for us, the benefit that we're getting out of this is that there was here there. We remember we said there's not

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too many I know I don't want to generate the profits and send them is illuminating of those areas that are uncovered. Right. So over here and the word with a gentleman was meant. Some scholars they said it's referring to those places where a person takes his clothes off of and other said, those places that have no here and another narrations we find that we don't the profits or sell them just generally didn't have a hairy creation. That's why this particular Edison's important first that the Hotham around there there was here, Paula Amar called mom and Hussein if

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I were a mom,

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he says, What's his name? His name is Hussein.

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It for us.

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Allah had dessiner

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abort among a number of police aliquots

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Allah had definite Id even Hussein had been Walker's caller had done any ob Paula Devaney Abdullah bin Breda. Allah sent me to me What are you?

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Okay, so not too shabby. What are you the evidence for sleep? He said and he's also so happy by the way. He said I saw two men in fantasy Yeah, I said man and try to see you know, soon enough. So now we know the facade the whole long story of Sandman and fantasy about the along with that I know and how he was in search for the true religion and finally he found himself to Medina, then he was sold as a slave and then afterwards, he was freed by the messengers all along where it was send them so long story, but this is a portion or a selection from that story, a selection that's important to us. Java, sell man and fantasy. He came to the messenger it also relies on a lot already with

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cinema. Clean up a demon Medina said modern fantasy came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had come to Medina.

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Okay. be married in La Jolla, rota Boone. He brought him a tablecloth or a table mat or a table in general, I lay upon that particular trip tablecloth, our rooftop our dates, okay. Now, some narration say that he had dates and others say that he had dates along with some meat and 30 as well. Okay, so it's possible that all of that was there. And there is no contradictions between those those two things. And all estimations basically sell Madden fantasy abroad some dinner for the messenger sallallahu it was similar, but one may say, Well, if there's meat and 30 also on the mat either on the table cloth, then why is it that the mess that the boy who said he was so happy he

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makes mentioned specifically of the robot, because we say that a roto is the best of the three. That's the reason why barreda makes mentioned specifically of these, okay, rota meat and also other than meat as well. Sorry, sorry, there was a fourth popular dish during the time of the province and send them right. So all of those things are there but specifically rolltop is made mention of why in this particular tradition by bowrider. Why? Because this is the best and the most important of the three and the most

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nutritious of the three for all the I Bay in a de la su de Lyon sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So all of this was placed before the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam upon and the Prophet is telling us to accept gifts but when he would have except he would also return a gift got an interview, some of Lahore it will send them an idea that will catch your eye they have hemophilia, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would accept gifts and then he would give back something similar if not better. So you accept gifts but he says to sell man Yeah, sell man awesome man. Maharajah What is this? What is this that you're bringing to me? For Paula sada Katana alayka allows harvick This

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is a sadhaka from me upon you and your companions of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Okay, so this is a gift from Sandman to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or is a saga? The profitsystem inquires he says that what is this Sandman specifies that this is sort of, it's not a gift, right? So there's there's a couple of things to note over here. Number one, the first thing over here is that the prophets of Salaam already knew exactly what it was. He saw the robot. And there is there happened to be 30 than if there happened to be meat as well. The profits are set aside, right, you can very clearly see 2020 vision, right?

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So why is he asking?

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Why is he saying Madhava? He's trying to ask about the source of these matters. And that's a there's a ruling that within there for us as well. And that is that if we are in doubt of a food, then we are allowed to inquire Some people say that. No, no, no, that's extremism. Don't inquire and Why are you getting so concerned? and so on and so forth? If you over enquire, right?

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Like, for example, a person one day I remember he was just so overzealous about making sure every single morsel in his body goes halali is like okay, well, this cheese's head on the meter is Hello, the writers halaal tomatoes in the everything else's head as well. The only thing that can render it, how long is the fact that in that same microwave, where after this food is placed on a brand new plate, brand new plate, it's placed into the microwave, and the microwave. Also, worms food that is held on the fumes of the heroine food might make his food hot arm as well. And in fact, some moisture might be there in the microwave. And that moisture might end up penetrating his food, hence

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rendering the food net yassa. This is what we call extremism. We're going to a whole another level of trying to you know verify it that's not the level of verification that you're required. The tomatoes are allowed. The chicken is allowed buddy eat it. Okay, if the general you know product is helpful, and you don't have any other sound reasons to believe that this product is hot on then don't get too needy and greedy but not acquire enquiring altogether. That is something that that's not the case over here the profitsystem sitting is asking said Matter of fact, even though the food is off earlier, right now, hi there. What is this? All right. And in this narration, all we have is

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a little thought, all we have is dates and the definitely the food must have been Hello, Helen. And the messenger must have known that the food is halal as in the object. So the inquiry is even further the source forget the object, even the source of the product, the profits and sell them is inquiring about the food must have been held on why? Because the profit is silom cease to eat and he says to Sahaja kulu. So he knows it's hella the actual food. So even the source is going that far. But what my point is that if you take it to a whole another level, like just series of questioning after another, and after another, you got a couple of people answering your question, no, you want

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to get to the CEO and if the CEO is not around you want to get to his boss. And if not, then the CFO or no, this is just too much. That's where the extremism comes in. And that's where we say Haleakala are not their own helicopter, not their own helicopter, not their own on a half a dozen. Those people that are extreme, they have sought destruction for themselves. Those people that are extreme then they have sought destruction for themselves. Those people that are extremely have sought destruction for themselves, but just to general inquiries allowed me to harami Some people also have a problem with that say, buddy, just eat it. That also the primary ruling in food is bahala. That's

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also by the way, something that people don't understand. That's something that people do not understand. That is something that the foot behind discussing books or go ahead and read before you start making tall and wide claims go and read. This a madman I really love because there is no generality except that has been printed.

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colorize they say there's no color that's established accepted. There's if not asked for that aren't accepted there is there is a exclusions for that pie there as well. So the principle that says that it's fine. That principle is not used over here. Why is that not used over here? For me, it's the reason why that principle is not used is because the meat

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is actually not permissible to eat

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But we make it permissible after the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. That is by slaughtering the meat.

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So the slaughter of the meat has to occur, we've yet been with certainty in order for the meat to leave the state of impermissibility to permissibility. Otherwise, it remains impermissible. Okay, can you go to a camel and take a bite? Can you go to a sheep and take a bite? You can't so that also in these animals primary ruling in this these animals are that you're not allowed to eat them until you slaughter with a knife with your best mela. For those callers that have the condition of asthma chapter don't majority do right? You have to slaughter with your pain you have to recognize that with certainty in order for the food to go from that realm of impermissibility now I'm talking about

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meats to permissibility so don't use that thought or that don't rather abuse the power either. That says that that also inicia is about the awesome everything is so hot. That's not the case over here by

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the Karla yasen he said awesome man. Hahaha What is this? For Karla sada putana la cara las harvick it's all sort of upon you and your companions as well for Karla it'll fire her in Lana Kudo sada go and raise this why because we don't eat sada Okay, so they don't eat from the sadhaka meaning who the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself. See the messengers are Selim is from a great method,

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a great

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a very, very beautiful NASA linear lineage. So the messengers will allow for it will send them comes from a beautiful lady lineage. And for that reason, the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says that for us, we do not eat sadaqa What does he mean by us? Number one, the prophets of Salaam is a royalty within his people. Number two, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a royalty for all of their creation, How so? The messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a Navy. And he saying in now we match on an MBR that is, we do not eat sort of consider messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not as I said each other. But if that is the case, and it is the

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case, then we will say that this was not permissible for the prophets of Allah to send him to eat. But I want to stop here for a second and say that even the family of the messengers do not have the messenger hamazon said and do not eat some other bait. And that shows us that the status of activate is actually in fact higher than the rest of the people within society. And there's many reasons for us to believe that amongst the reasons is because the messengers on some of them said in that Hadith, and I've already quoted this hadith before that I've never left, I've left two things between you. If you were to hold fast to them, then you're not going to go straight number one get

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Alba law number two Smithy. Another narration at my family, so he's also he mentioned in the status explaining the status of advait. Right. So I always do have in fact, a special status within the oma, that is something we have to to recognize. And for that reason, the island bait they have a portion of the war booty, and they don't even take from zakaat why because the cat is

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a cleansing process for the wealth. And that means not the soap not so clean is the wealth that is exiting from the Zakat money. It is permissible for someone that is that is in the need and need to take that but I don't wait to have a special status and allies giving them another portion and that is a that is a homos, that is a fifth, right? So for that reason, they don't end up taking the 2.5% the robot or from the robot that does a cat is given. And hence they have a share and other people have a share as well, if they happen to be poor. That is right. Now, if that's the case, we have to look at the modern times in modern times. Our debates are not respected in the same light and

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they're not respected in the same manner as well. And for that reason, some of that

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And by the way, don't don't. Some people have this tendency of forgetting the rights of Albert Einstein. He has a whole book about this right? and many other scholars as well. Even if Damien Islamia to be Tamia, he speaks about how much he loves out of faith right in the beginning. Right so the love of debate is part and parcel of Islam. But that doesn't mean if someone happens to be from other debates or if someone happens to be from a beautiful lynnie ology than Hamas, he is going to just know that's not that's not what that means.

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That all that means is that if they happen to have good actions as well, then they will get to goodnesses one, they're good actions they have that already. And number two, they're good lineage as well. That's all that means we're not saying that okay, that even if someone from our database happens to be like a facet or even a non Muslim and so on and so forth, they're supposed to be given the special status within the oma the prophets Islam already defined that for us as men but Bobby, I'm an older new singer being also unassailable. And whoever has happens to have slow actions that his nessa his lineage, ology doesn't end up benefiting him in the least. So the lineage doesn't help

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if your actions are bad, but if your actions are good, then lineage is also something that is that is beautiful. So that's something that we have to understand all of this in the light of Okay, so the outer debate, they do have a beautiful status within the oma you have to respect that, that status.

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And that's why,

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you know, that's why she suddenly says I wouldn't have been for now. We'll have to Hashimi what segmental fill, fill those even horizonte

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that I will not have will be in the fire. And he's the child he's from the children of Hashem, as in from the same lineage as the messenger sallallahu it was sending him was sending battlefield dos even before on Sunday, and say, Man, and we're talking about the idea of cinematic fantasy here, he is going to be in fitted dose in the highest level of agenda and what's filler dose for those as the profits and synonyms are lol Jenna.

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Well, I will sell through ha, it's the highest portion in genda. And the most outsell over here means the best of it. So you you're literally living the life on the best street in town, you're in the highest a the best area in town. That's where Sandman will be, will have, despite the fact that he happens to be from the same lineage as their profits or send them a loss a step bettiah. da Vila, have you watched the destruction be to the hands of Abu lahab. And he'll get more destruction after that? Right. So my point here is that if they happen to be in great people, then they will also be given a great status. But in our times, they're not given that status. And that's why some of the

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fathers said that now they're allowed to take from losada. They're allowed to take from those accounts because the government's do not give them and do not spare for them the fifth that they are actually deserving of. So the prophets have said themselves in Atlanta, kousaka we don't insert

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take it away. Right. So far, I take it away.

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Now, Carla sarafa, of course, you think take my portion away, not take the whole thing away. Why? Because if it was the whole thing, then you in another narration, he wouldn't have told us how about guru,

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Guru yourself. And he ended up withholding from eating.

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Right. So he left us harbor eat, in fact, even donated his own portion to the Sahaba gave away his own portion to the Sahaba. But he himself did not eat. So this was not something for everybody. When he says in another royal week, it could either be the Willie or it could be the plurality and the plurality would include the the other MBA as well in that regard. The other MBA would not also take sada because they're also great people and they're also above, taking so duck Allah subhanaw taala takes care of them. farofa then Solomon ended up raising the portion of the messenger for before from before him. But yeah, don't be mislead. Then the next day is a man brings the same thing. So

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although I have a lawsuit and then he placed it right before the messenger sallallahu it was significado nahata acid man. So he said that what is this man, again is inquiring again, even though yesterday he made the inquiry and he recognized that this is not something that he can have other people can so just to make sure that he is not being unjustice and not to manage bringing him a present or he's giving him some other or giving him something. He still inquires. That's number one. So so that he meaning that I will consider it if it happens to be something else. Remember to one may say well, I already told him yesterday he must have brought other than soda today. It must have

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been a gift but the profits and sell them he wants

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to inquire to make sure his food is held on for him, * Allah had the luck, this is a present for you. Now over here, when he gives them the idea, the profits are seldom accepted. So he started eating, but notice that the great ethic and manners of the profits or send them in are so great that when he was given food, and it was his portion, he gave it to Sahaba.

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Earlier on the certify that had come to then when he gets a present that he can actually consume now even that the profits on a long ride he was sent him the first thing he thinks about is his companions suppiler also lying sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he also hobby una Soto, get on it, start working on the food. Right away. It's an idea for me, but it's all yours as well. It's not just mine.

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And this also shows us something else that if a present, especially a food present comes to someone then that is something that should be shared with everybody. And it should be consumed all together. And not just one person taking it one person eating and so on and so forth. No, in fact, it should be consumed by everyone. And we have this found in another tradition as well, in a Hadith, in which the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had had segment Oh, the Aloha deity and whoever is given a present for Julius Lusaka. Then the people that are sitting with him, they become partners in the food as well.

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Is that Oh, sure, I guess we'll see her, then the press the people present, they also become partners in the food. So that is also an etiquette we take over here. If you want to give someone specific a present, then don't give that present in front of everybody. Go by yourself, find a place you and yourself, you become, you know, Shoraka in this particular food. That's it. And that's why the amount of poverty and I believe it's a buddy, he narrated a long story of his

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in which he happened to be in a location where some some one of the setup had been given a very large sum of wealth. Okay.

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Very, very large sum of wealth. So, I don't know, Lucky above it, right. So he said that I happen to be in that place. And since I was there, that particular scholar or sorry, that particular ibet, he was in the hot um, that it was around Mecca. Okay, the story goes, as such, I'll just tell tell you the rough light, you know, outline on the story, this man was really poor, he was making their art online, he found a strap, a belt that had money inside of it. And then he took it home with him, but he felt guilty about taking the money despite the fact that he needed the money. So he used to go to the gym every day, then he found a man, you know, basically yelling out to the people that I'm a

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person that came on hygiene, I needed to make hygiene, so on and so forth. And I had a belt full of money, very large portion, I think about I calculated at that time, it was probably somewhere in the millions. So if anybody found find it, then please bring it to me. So this young man or this old man, rather, he would go and go up to this man and say, Look, if the person returns your belt back to you, would you give them something, the person that was a Hajji would relentlessly say, No, I'm not going to give him anything. And it's continued to happen for a few days, until finally the old man that had found the belt, he felt so guilty, that he said, I'm going to go and return the belt to

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the guy. So he went to the harem, he grabbed the guy brought him home. And he said, Here's your belt, keep it. Okay, I'm cutting the story short.

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So the man, now the family are starving, the wife is looking from the corner of the of the door, literally, this is part of the story. So they're all starving, they're hungry. They're like, what are what is our old father going to do? And we don't have any money, etc. So the father simply gives it in and cold bloodedly the person takes the belt, recognizing the scenario that he's in, he was hoping maybe he comes home and looks at the life that I'm going through. Maybe you let me go on this one, right. So that wasn't the case, takes his belt walks away.

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Then, Moments later, he makes a re entry. He gives them the belt he said my father had left such and such amount of money. He said this much I want you to give to soda give to someone and soda. And here you can keep it and figure things out with it. So you walked away. And now this person is rich. So this is a lesson for us. First and foremost. mintaka Shang and Lila Hello, hello, hello me. Whoever leaves something for Allah, Allah subhana wa Tada. We replace it with something better. This man he left something for a loss of data. He didn't want to take someone else's wealth knowing that it's someone else, even though he's so poor. So he lost it for Allah. Allah gave him the same exact

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thing in a halal manner. Okay, number two, the amount of poverty he had followed this entire incident because he would be sending

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In the bottom, you'd see that this man is, you know, he's doing such and such and this story is happening. So he followed the individual at his house, when he was going to return the belt and he happened to be inside the house. And the person returned about what wealth or return the belt back to the Finder, that is, the owner gave it to the Finder, and the mama club. It was there and the man said, That man over the no D atone for Judas, oh Shaka, hula, whoever is given a present, then the PR people that are sitting with him, they become partners in that wealth. So you shared the wealth with the mammoth, buddy, why? Because he wanted to implement this Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam, and he took this wealth. And he shared it with the amount of poverty and the amount of poverty as he was writing and quoting this person, the story he says, until today, I am using from this wealth or till a very long time I was using from this wealth as well. So this is something that the profits is unlimited practice. When the some president would come to him he would make everybody a partner. That's why right away, he said, Oh, so to go ahead and start working on it. So my novel Ll hot then he and and there is another story of some of the sellers that had

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that had given given a president A man came to

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a man came to this, this pious predecessor, and he said, Look, us, you know, the Hadith of the messenger, send them an o da, da, da, da, da da calvia. Right. So if you know the Howdy, that I want a portion of what you've been given, right, and he said in a bullish talk, we don't like sharing with people.

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So the man started to get all you know, all angry and just started to get relented. Very, very agitated. And Come on, you know, the Hadith. And he's like, No, we don't like you're still locked. We don't like to share, just keep it all to yourself. I don't want a portion of it. I don't want anything. And again, it was a very large portion of wealth. May Allah Subhana. Allah teaches the matters of the generous, somebody never eaten hot. Then he looked at the heart and he looked at the heart of the seal of the messenger. I don't know how do you know he's on a lot more it will send them on the back of the messenger sallallahu. It will send them a firm and IV he then he ended up

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believing in the messenger. What can Alinea who Tushar surah loi, some sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he used to be for the hoot.

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Used to be some amount of fantasy that is used to be for the hood, then the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he ended up buying this this man as in he ended up buying this freedom that is because our kids are gonna have with such and such amounts of silver coins, they'll have silver coins, the non gold coins, Allah and younger inside their home number one, and number two with money and number two said modern fantasy scientists freedom from his Jewish slave masters with two things number one, he sought it through money, so the profits and send them give him money for that number two, was the fact that he was going to plant a garden field full of palm trees for them. So he did

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that he started planting palm trees for them. So yeah, melusine Max and Max really Morneau. Mendelssohn. manaphy. Okay. So Sandman would come and plant the trees. Heck that time until the trees end up giving their fruits.

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So orosa Rasulullah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and nephila Elana Clutton.

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So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he ended up planting the trees except one tree nakhla with Adama both it and singular form of none without the thurible but none by itself, without the Buddha is what it is a plural

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Nakula it's a singular, so the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ended up planting all of the trees in the hole in the whole farm garden of palm trees, except one tree. Lot also how long? that specific tree was what it was planted by Irma? A bit of hubbub below the Allahu taala and the hammer that include in Armenia, then all of the trees, they ended up bearing fruit the next year. What does that mean it nothing, whatever definitely nakhla and that one specific tree that was planted by remote it did not end up bearing fruit that year for Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said what's wrong with this particular one? Not sure I

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know. How do you know what is wrong with this one. So

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Hakata Allah Allah replied back to the messengers on Selim, Yasser Allah O Messenger of Allah and Allah I was the one who had planted this specific one in other narrations By the way, there is no mention of Irma, it's actually mentioned of Sandman. So possibly or modern said man came together to do it as well. Vanessa hirsutum lies a loss of limb so the profits are settled me took that. That Nakula the one tree that was planted either by a motor or sensor and said, Man, he took it out, and then he ended up replanting it and then that tree also gave its fruit the same year and that is a sign of the firm amongst the signs of the profits SLM miracle from amongst the miracles of the

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messengers, I'll send them that even this last tree that didn't actually bear fruit. It ended up breaking bearing fruit as well. Father had death or not, but Mohammed Shah

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Baba death, an additional blue collar and Anna Abu Athena Dorothy, okay.

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On Abby novella an hour. Okay, Doctor, by the way, it's a Persian city, en el agua, he didn't Audrey or the Allahu taala on Abu Sarita Cody was Javi, the famous hazaragi Sahabi he unhardened your astute in learning about the heart of the seal of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and what's the seal of the messenger. He further explains Yanni, Hotham and Nobu are the seal of the prophet of because the word hot them could also mean just the ring as well. Right?

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So Paula, can feel what he did like and she's a and this is a more explanatory version than the shout outs, which the not that we looked at. In a previous

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episode, he said that on the back of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there was a flesh that was protruding. And we already explained in some of the tradition that says wood that a gland, so it actually was kind of like a gland, like a protruding flesh, piece of flesh. So this is all the Hotham was at times, it would become bigger at times it would become smaller. This is something that some scholars have said. Others said, No, no, no, no, no, no. All of those narrations that make it seem extremely big, they're all either weak, or they need to be reinterpreted. Rather, it was a small sized one, and it didn't use to change size norther. Neither did it change color, but those

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are two interpretations of reconciling between the body so one interpretation would have it take the most authentic and drop the other ones other said, No, this is a miracle. So it has another miraculous aspect of it, it would change sizes and, and shapes vary slightly. Every now and then Paula had that Anna, and this one is saying it's a bit of eyelashes, it's similar to with the hammer, ah, it's similar to other narrations that we've looked at. It's a flesh that was protruding, right right in the center of the back and towards the left more so Paula had definite afirma double Madame si. And egd. Julian Bosley.

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Father had different magic was it Paula had an Aussie meaning? Well, awesome. And Juan is a theme and scholar that all of the six books of Hades have reported heady stuff, and Abdullah heavily surges from on the authority of Abdullah instead of just spawn. He said, they told us rule of law he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I came to the messenger some Allahu Allah, He will send them he came to the messenger saucer. Well, who efeito Nason and he was amongst other people there to minnows hobby he from his companions for doodle to hacker confy then I ended up going just like this from behind the back of the messenger sallallahu it was similar, okay, now,

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what he's narrating this Hadith, he's actually in mustard and navy salsa.

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And as he's narrating he's describing Luke right there, the messenger, so I'll send them all sitting, and for Google to hack into unhealthy air right there. So I went like this from behind his back and I went to the back of the messenger sallallahu either you're sending them and from the knowledge and the intuition of the messenger for alpha livi lead, suddenly the messenger recognize what I was looking for. Remember even another duration, the profits and send them recognize what was happening. So over here, the messenger also recognize what was happening this is intuition given to him from that from a loss of handling data. And by the way, some people have a tendency to believe

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had nothing that no knowledge of things we do not know. And other people have a tendency to believe that the prophets is sending new everything.

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Okay? The profits are seldom new everything

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and both tendencies are inaccurate in both reality

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These are both of them have been contested with evidence from the Quran and the Sunnah to Rasulullah, saw Selim, so from a movie from the knowledge of the unseen was knowledge that the prophets are suddenly from that knowledge was things that he knew.

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There were things he knew from that knowledge, and not all of that knowledge. But

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at the same time, he did not know everything of the unseen.

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Right, he did not know everything, of the unseen as well. And that's something that we have to recognize that there was among the unseen that the Prophet Solomon had had knowledge of definitely. Right. Otherwise, what we're seeing is that him in his vast knowledge was equivalent to all other people, which is definitely not the case. It goes against the poor on the sooner and the apple and reality.

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It goes against the poor on the sooner the apple and reality because he's in constant contact with angels, he's in constant contact with Jin, he's in constant contact with a lot of these creation, all of whom are from the unseen.

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So there is information about the unseen that he perceives, just by the nature of being a messenger, which we do not know.

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And will not know.

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And from the supervisor thought Heidi Safi, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had told the Sahaba from morning till the night everything that will occur till the Day of Judgment, the Hatfield wha hoo, woman have elbow, when I see a woman, let's see. So whoever was able to comprehend and memorize it, memorized it, whoever it wasn't, forgot, it didn't know. But amongst the unseen is the knowledge of a loss of data. So we cannot take the Prophet sallallahu and send them to the status of a lion say he knows everything that a lot. So I don't want to I don't know, as well, that's not a reality. So there are things Allah gave him knowledge of, we do not have access to, but there are

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things Allah subhanho wa Taala, did not give him knowledge to because we cannot give the finite the knowledge of the infinite, we can because the prophets is alone, no matter how great he becomes, he's still within the realm of the finite is a human being is a creation of a lot, he will die, he will sleep, he will wake he will do all of those things. Right? So we cannot give him the knowledge of the infinite because it's just an intellectual absurdity, it's not possible, right? He has still a piece of matter that can accommodate

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you know, things and cannot accommodate things. So for that reason, the true reality in this matter is that he knew things that we do not know. So that is from the unseen that he knew. And he did not know from unseen lots and lots of things.

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In the law in the Masato, unit zero is

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right, it Allah subhana wa tada has the knowledge of the day, the day of judgment, Allah subhana wa, tada is, has a knowledge of a lot of other things. So those other things that Allah has knowledge of the prophet to send them doesn't have any knowledge of In fact, the prophets is seldom admitted to this himself, his amendments are unhappy as a minister in the person that is asking, being asked doesn't have any more knowledge of this than the one that's being the one that's asking. So green and the prophet in that regard are equal. They don't know when this is coming in the law, as well as eternal life.

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Right, he's the one who reveals that life as well. And he's the one who knows, that's what that which is within the above that which is within the, the belly of the, of the child of the mother, the womb of the mother.

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Well, your level of harm, well, not good enough, soon, the mood and the

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dramatic Civil War, no matter the AR lindamood and a soul does not know what it's going to be earning tomorrow and a soul does not know which land or the diet all of these things are in the law handled this is indeed surely with a law nobody else has this knowledge. Right. So there is unseen that the messenger does not Oh, definitely. And we should not bring the Prophet sallallahu it was sending them to a status above what he really is damaged that will not Salafi to be he won't be mushy, like me, as a poet says and he does a very good job in this life. He says that do not proclaim anything that then that's all I have proclaimed for them their messenger right for Isa it

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set up what couldn't be magic demo the game

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After that, whatever you'd like to say, go ahead and say, they said his Lord, if we bring them back to if you bring the profits and send them to that infinite level of, of knowledge and in reality, you're giving him lordship in that regard. And that is not the case of the Prophet sallallahu. It was send them rather to sum it all up, there are things he knew from your human life, there are things he knew from your ailment like that we do not have access to it. Anyone that denies it is denying, very clear evidences from the Quran and Sunnah. And probably doing so because nobody really does. None of them mostly mean, all of the sects of Islam, whether it be snfa Sufi, whoever it may

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be, none of them deny this reality. If someone denies this reality, normally, they're doing that because of their ignorance, okay, everybody recognizes that there are matters you knew, which we do do not know. And there are definitely matters that he knew that he did not know. And those are the things that are particular to a loss pattern. dollar. And this is also a reason not reality that if someone denies they are either doing that out of arrogance, because there's evidences for that in also a very large number, or they're doing that out of ignorance, one of those two things I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala, to preserve us from arrogance and preserve preserve us from ignorance as

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well. So, so out of a lady read, so he

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knew exactly what I'm looking for, for Al Qaeda. He ended up throwing his the garment off of his back photo at Loyola and Hotham, then I ended up seeing the spot where the seal of the messengers was either KTV he, upon his cut DFA upon his shoulders misled his drummer, it was like what it was like a fist. How would that how he learned on getting

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up around it or about it, where he learned with little beauty marks and the hatherly? The early, it's as if there were a little black beauty marks around the hot dome of the Prophet sallallahu is missing his room, meaning it was like a fist. What does that mean? Not necessarily in size, it means that it had little lines, you know how you see the little lines in your knuckles, right? So it was kind of like not just a simple circle, it had some lines in there as well.

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So don't try to hit the stackable too, then I ended up turning around before he was behind the back of the profits and sent him a Sahabi. Right.

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Abdullah even suggests and then after that, he says I turn until I became in front of him step two, okay.

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So it's step by means to turn in front of someone to become in front of someone to face someone. And similarly goes the issue of is the value of tibia you face the Qibla specifically. Okay, so that doesn't mean you face the general direction of the of the leg law. Some people have this notion that you can face anywhere in the 180 degrees Susan circle is 360 right? Okay. So they say up to 180 degrees if that applies right here all of that for you is the law. And this is not the case. This is not the case.

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Why? Because this Hadees is a weak tradition.

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And over here you're noticing he turned back around to face the messengers also the law in front of him is that well to his body bad as always, because BB comes from the word tibia fibula means obatala you're in front of the person.

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A loss of Hannah in the local dialect, masala grace Allah Allah Allah subhana wa tada is in front of the face of the person that that that that praise God Allah azza wa jal masala, right Gabler means in front of a person

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so fibula, your GABA should be in front of you you should be facing in that same direction and not that 180 degrees. And that 180 degrees rule is taken from the Hadith that is found in Timothy and Barry Habib and Abby Shea but in other places, the idea which says my vein and machete when McGreevey tibia whatever is between the East and the West is Qibla as well. Now, this particular tradition, the east and the western cinema, this I research that chain of this Hadeeth and in great detail, and I found that every single chain that is raised to the messenger salsa is a week tradition, every single chain, I looked at all of the chains that I could get access to and all of

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them are weak traditions. All of them have either a a person that is a weak narrator ye for person that thought that he ended up having confusions when he later made delivered the tradition or he was a authentic narration but NARRATOR But he had a lot of confusions or he was authentic narrator so long as he did not relate from salaried for example, so we have been hammered and honestly, you reproach him say he did not worry. And earlier they said this man's deeds from Moody's article

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subtable right. And he reports has had these in that particular way. And then we have Bishop Najib. Right. Mr. Bishop is a weak narrator as well. And he's also in the Hadeeth in the editor, so this Hadees is reported by Jehovah. It's reported by even Armand, it's reported by Ayesha and some other people, all of them are weak, all the traditions are weak. Okay, because of primarily two problems are its man, and ambition. And there's a few other issues as well within the chain as well. So all of the chains of this Hadeeth that are raised to the messenger that we came up with didn't meet and then or after him followed by evadne as well. They may have graded it to be an authentic IDs but in

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reality, they should not be considered because there's clear weak reasons reasons to believe that this tradition is weak and many of them will defeat they very, very clearly verbalize this such as Lucy in his Mortazavi mama Tell me these.

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Tell me the right genre tell me he verbalized it to be a wait, he said, I think is why he is a really weak tradition. And

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even humble, he said Leyzaola was not so weak that it doesn't even have it. It's not. So he graded it to be extremely weak as well. And so did it'll be up there, they'll keep your graded this guy needs to be weak as well. So this Hadeeth in reality is a weak tradition. And almost anyone that graded it hasn't he looked at the wording of vitamin D where he said he said I'm sorry, but again, I don't think this should be accepted. This Hadees has a lot of issues within it. Rather What is true is the statement of urban hapa Okay, are a little bit of hubbub while the along with Allah and who he had said that this particular tradition goes as such mobbing and mash up will never be a good law

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whatever is between the East and the West is Qibla. Okay.

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Whatever is between the East and the West is Qibla. Okay, by the way, I'm talking about this particular tradition from a from a chain aspect to tweak if you were to look at the wording it all You can also graded wheat from that angle. How's that?

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The prophets are sending them as most scholars that looked at this hadith is directing this directive to the Netherlands, the Netherlands are north of Mecca. And north of Mecca is so the northern people they're going to face directly south to Mecca.

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Because if you look at Medina ama almost directly north and south, almost not entirely, but almost.

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So the melanins are directly going to face south. So for them when they're facing south meshless and Nevada becomes the law between those two becomes the Qibla right. Now, if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had, if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had already defined the Qibla of the masjid and knebel nebby salon where it would send them for the Sahaba Do they have any opportunity then to make he had about slightly right and slightly left as the adiz apparently shows? The answer is no. Because there is not permissible them for them to go against the verdict of the prophets that said he prayed and msgid he set them to hell out of his Masjid. So it is just as good

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indirection as the Piglet itself.

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You have to Mecca Medina follow that direction that was laid down by the messenger so send them you cannot go even slightly right and slightly left this is something that is bit difficult for them with the consensus of the Islamic scholars and you cannot take a hadith that is absolutely weak all these weaknesses around it and overrule a an action of centuries of scholarship and muslimeen at large and doesn't have a hula phylogeny. And of course it's similar to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, right. So from all those angles is headies is not necessarily it considered acceptable, but what we can take from it is the as I said, it is maybe report it's reported

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definitely authentically from evidence from and from or multiple hops. Sometimes you would say it himself, whatever is between the East and the West is Qibla. And at times, he would say, Oh, I almost said my father said basically, that whatever is between the East and the West is good. Now, we can take from this is that you make the eastern your left or the east to your right, depending on where you're standing. And then you make the west to your right or to your left depending on where you're standing again. Then what whatever's centered is the Qibla not that the whole 180 degrees is Qibla No, that is not what you understand from this heady. I'll tell you why. Because it will

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normally further explain this particular statement of his himself by the way, even if he did it. It wouldn't be acceptable because of a clear passage in the Koran. I'll tell you what, how. Okay.

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So, if you don't remember, he said you make the east to your right and the west to your left orange

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Left West, you're right and the eastern left, I can't remember. But anyways, one direction to your right, one direction to your left. And then he said, then you face the fibula. And then whatever is there between those two is what is the Qibla as in this particular direction, either stuck Belton Qibla, in another narration is that too, though agenda,

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and so on and so forth. So when you face the Qibla, then and you've made the East year, right and the West, you're left, then that is when you have the Qibla between you and not that the whole 180 degrees is considered the Qibla This is something that this understanding, best thing that you can take out of this as simply that, that there is a slight bit of leniency, that if you try your best to get the tabla and you are very slightly off right or left, then that would be considered acceptable. That is the best you can get out of this any more than this. You cannot Why? Because Allah Subhana Allah says, so when the when you have shelter all messed up, and how long then turn

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your faces to the direction of the masjid and how long? And I thought he explained this particular direction to mean three things he said and now and then cost in a dilemma. Okay? He said, the noun, meaning the direction, and a cost and a tail call. So if I say Anna and una, I am going in this direction, could it mean that I was actually going this way?

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Because based on that, understanding that misunderstanding rather, it actually means you're going this way.

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All right. You're trying to get to someone and up to who I'm trying to get to that person? Could it mean, you're taking this road here and going this way? Or could it mean that you're actually going this way?

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Because according to this opinion, 180 degrees, all that is there for you.

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And the law, the law, our G he's right in front of you? Could it mean that he's actually on the side?

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It cannot. So all of that those are the three wordings that environment intermediate explained. And by the way,

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a poet even says, Fernando when he decided to show me that alarming movie is in Annie rasulillah.

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That, isn't there someone that will come and take this particular passage or this particular letter for me? To who to ama, and then he says Furman to Lindsey, sila to shadow me. What is it that I'm going to benefit out of sending a letter to the direction of amo. Now if the letter happens to be going this way? Will it ever get to Irma? I'm shuffling I'm getting the word shuffled. And unless I know what the ISIS so when you attack a shutout I'll miss you. Face your way, the direction of the administrator column. And furthermore, doesn't mess you that harm. The Masjid al haram specifically, and not the whole horizon 180 degrees. So this poet when he's saying that, what benefit will I get

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out of sending a letter to the direction of IMO? Okay, if it happens to be 180 degrees, basically, you can say, I'm going to lives in Canada, your risotto is going to Saudi Arabia buddy.

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Because the word shellcode does not include that shutter has to be due there, that particular way, not the 180 degrees. So this is something we have to keep in mind that sometimes people misunderstand that Hadees number one, number two, that Hadees is not even a hadith to begin with. Number three, that particular Hadeeth is a statement of pronoun or even or only those two, and it's been reported from other people as well as it didn't it says best I could not find the wordings of a bus. But he must have had it within me. And but the idea is in all estimations, that particular Hadeeth even Armando himself explained it by putting one direction to your right, the other one to

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your left, and whatever and then whatever is between them as good as long as you are actually facing the public. Not this way. That's what he was trying to say. And this is something that is more than clear. So that's why I just stopped here to give that little you know, give that little important note side note, but important nonetheless buckle to Gotham law will occur Rasulullah delighting suggests he makes to offer the profits and said let me says, I said that May Allah forgive you or a sort of loss

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for Paula welaka and May Allah forgive you as well.

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For final comb, then all of the people the Sahaba and the who were sitting in front of Abdullah bin so just a shock, he said is still for Allah karasuno la basura LA, the messenger actually made it still far for you. I ask Allah subhana wa tada to help us get the dirt out of the messenger sallallahu it was sitting on a call and he said yes. And now just to console him. He says, Well, I commend he's also made the offer you all

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accepted are our messenger for tele Javi and then he read this verse was still fiddly them big. Go ahead and make still fall for your sin

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to the messenger associated when meaning and also for the believers when and when not and also for the believing woman as well as it make you still fall. For all of those. I ask Allah subhana wa tada to help us attain the two out of the messenger Babel my job Tisha de Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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chapter about the hearer of the messenger so we've already had some discussions about to hear but we're going to continue now call center is not in a merger

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now leave merger we've already looked at it many times right he comes again and again is amongst the main trio of activity is Merida blue Brahim. And for me and lsvt radical the Allahu taala. And Ganesh also relies on Salah Ella.

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Okay, now I'm not going to stop too much of this chapter because we've already explained the here but just explain the Hadith and move on. And then I'll give you some comments at the end of the chapter that the hero of Rasulullah Selim was till the half of the IRS Okay, that's one hand if Allah had gotten 100 No, sorry, Paula had not even represented and he shall not be alone to be an issue for the Allahu Allah. And ha, okay.

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And I should start with the low dollar now.

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Oh, let's go into alpha zero and our rasulillah is awesome.

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She said, I used to take a shower myself and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this shows us that a husband and a wife can take a shower together and there's nothing wrong with that the prophets I'll send them would do it without Isha as he would do it with other wives of his as well.

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Okay, I was taking a shower with us we were logging in and we had some people tried to manipulate this text and they said no, no, he was actually wearing clothes. On top of the clothes they were taking a shower. No, this is clear. People don't take showers with clothes men in our in law had from one particular pot, one particular bucket. Well, Canada who Sharon, focal Giamatti a Doodle doodle and he used to have here that were above the Duma

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and below the offer, and he said, Well edge, remember what edge again, what for is up to the IRS. lemma is on the neck. Juma is the one that reaches all the way down to the shoulders. Okay. So she's saying when I was taking a shower with him what happened His hair was fofa as Juma it was above the Juma as in it hasn't reached yet as of yet the drama The shoulder so it was around the next neckline

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What do we have for and it was below the ear so it wasn't just around here it was below below here.

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So it was felt Belgium map doing it.

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So this is one scenario again. So far we have two scenarios. One it was just around half of the IRS number two, it was

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it was a limit. It was between the offer and the drama.

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called capanne

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shorba and ABS ha uninvolved ignorance even Carla Karna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a little boy and boy, Mr. Bean and monkey Bay. We're gonna do metal hotel reviews.

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Now over here, it says the profits or send them was more on meeting he was very centered in terms of his his height. Where are you debating the monkey brain wide just we already looked at this Heidi's well guy that's dramatic auto reboot Shaka Zulu and his drama is here would come to the ear lobes of the messenger. So now we have half of the ears, the ear lobes below the ears. And as of yet we haven't gotten to the shoulder Scala deaf and we have met the blue Bashar

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Jerry even has an E lb. And patata called upon to the Lsn k for Cana shabu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So, now, this tabular is asking and I said no Malik portada is asking

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us even Malik patata, by the way is a big big scholar, famous scholar amongst the

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amongst the major narrators of Hadees and also a famous scholar of of the Sierra as well, even the AMA solusi. Okay, and Bill Harvey is known as a hotdog and bursary. He's a soccer cept and he was basically prominently known for his asceticism a very big scholar of he's a student of ns is asking and as Malik, I said to Anna's gave Akasha Sunni lessons. How was the shadow of the Prophet

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I'll send them

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pyla lemmya can bill jack? It wasn't curly, what are the subtle, subtle and it wasn't straight. So we said it was actually somewhere in the center not extremely straight, like, for example Asian hairs really straight Mashallah, the way Chinese and Japanese are extremely straight, no, not like that. Nor was it

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extremely curly as the afros of the African Africans can be. And also, some Arabian countries such as

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African Arabian countries and non African Arabian countries as well. So it wasn't extremely currently.

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And at the same time,

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it was somewhere in the middle so there was some waves to them. And at the same time, the waves weren't too much and there was some curls at the bottom as well. So towards the end of the hair, they were gonna Yabu shabu shamatha is here with reach all the way to the ear lobes. So now we have ear lobes again, for the deaf or

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even abbiamo

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who are deaf, and so piano, or ina, and even in arenas, even on Mujahid, which is again a majority bingeable and subset Mujahid in Dubai, both of them are statements that have been said. But anyways, this is considered one of the biggest scholars again of defeat and at the same time one of the big scholars of Hadith as well famous stallion And last but not least, he was a person that was pretty much agreed upon his consistency. Right But if it had been he made a mistake by mentioning him in his book a bar fat okay. His book Kitab majoro hain. Right, you mentioned his name in there, but this is not something that you can rely upon a man made a mistake here. Other than not everybody's

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agreed upon the fact that moja had even debate or even Java was a famous uncontestable scholar and very, very trustworthy and he passed away in Mecca whilst he was making system and only hand Binti, have you thought it on the on the authority of home Had it been Have you thought a sister of pilot pilot, okay in her name is that we're Attica, those are the two possibilities. But the model suit Alliance I'll send them the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to Mecca admitted Okay, the profits and sentiment actually come to Macau many times. After he had traveled for his digital. It come to Mecca four times. He'd come for Kaaba, he'd come for the Fed. But the profits and sentiment

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come from LA Jelena.

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Jelena is either pronounced the way I'm doing it with a customer on the gene, the photographer,

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the salon, the injury, and raw has a photographer with a shut down top Giovanna, or Jelena, but Giovanna is what I recall now, in my mind, no he had the head suggested by now. He had done hormonal to Jelena, and also he had done dehydrated. So those are the four times that he was in Mecca. So she says one of those last one of those, but not one of those times that he had come to Mecca. Padma Padma, what is kudla ma?

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Any word? Any verbal noun that comes on the pattern of Fela is it denotes the occurrence of something once.

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And that's why even Malik and Olivier says that without a Latin the Martin cadenza was here literally I think he said, that Allah the verb form for Allah, it shows us the occurrence once okay.

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Just like when you say jealous or jealous to gel setter, I sat down one sitting so that sitting occurred once you didn't repeatedly sit down and stand up

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and fear with a customer on the sofa that denotes the manner of occurrence. That's why you say Jill said Julissa Jean, satin, Masha Allah, he sought a type of sitting look beautiful, right? So it's the matter of sitting not the amount of times that is occurring. So with a fatahna kassala you can have such a great change within the meaning. So when he's saying Kadima rasulillah he admitted he ended up arriving the messenger system to Mecca one coming right meaning that one of the times that he came that once that he had come not the other times the other times he might have had different here now who heard that

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he used to have four braids for the messenger saw salon actually had braids as well. And that shows us rating here for a Muslim is not a not a not an issue. Okay?

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And I'm going to comment a little bit more on these matters as soon as we finish inshallah.

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Because there's only a few IDs and we've already explained the concept of here, but I'll give some final comments at the end of the chapter. And that's why I was saying to you that the first chapter is a little bit stolen, then we might speed up after that, either way, they will not sit in the library, robotic, double, underline robotic again is a very, very famous scholar.

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That was funny, he was a person that had gathered,

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you know, a lot of different room and also, he particularly had 4000 students that have taken knowledge from him. He had knowledge of sip, he had knowledge of adapt, he was a Mujahid he had knowledge of the Soul Food make a lot of hedge. Every year, he would make a hedge of the lightning robotic would take his entire city for hedge his entire town for hedge by himself one time, it's a reported that Abdullah and Bartok actually played a game with his people, he made a hedge group. So he, After gathering the hedge group he

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took what they used to do was historically instead of taking money, they would take provision. So everybody would gather their provision together and make pull it together, okay, into this big gigantic pool of provisions. And then those provisions will be used over the journey for the whole hedge group. Okay, and the hedge leader would make the decision about who you know, who can use what and so on and so forth. You can have your personal belongings as well. But because you only have a limited quantity of things you can take as luggage, quote, unquote, the provisions are gathered together and everybody's kind of sharing everything. So I believe in Iraq, he

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took the provisions from people and he put them and then he bought his own provisions for the entire caravan. Then took the entire caravan for Hajj. They went for Hajj. And then he came back. And after he had come back, he ended up giving back everybody's belongings to everybody. Why? Because he had paid for everything from his own pocket. So this is this great man

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had greatness within a lot of money that he would also use to help people and he had knowledge of the soul wolf of natural absorb. Lots of different things are shared as well. He's a poet. Right. He's a famous poet, hardheadedness. wadeable sitting on the center. So this particular Hadees is reported by whoever the login box The next one is also by the live and bark and Mama, for on the authority of nama on the authority of Sabbath and Fulani again, famous famous scholar, Sabbath and punani.

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He was with an S he been married for 40 years. So he literally sought knowledge from the Sahabi NSF Malik and that's why he's reporting from NSF and Malik, and the shout also relies on Salim Ghana. He was really the the, the hearer of the prophet to send them was to the half of the year. Okay. Allah had FNS way to grow nothing against muscle, but

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we've already looked at him and Yuda Sydney as he and his ovary even Shahab, Azadi. Again, famous scholar. He was the gatherer of the Hadeeth he was the first person that gathered the diesel Rasulullah sallallahu. Jamia? I thought it was you haven't I don't know who that the first person who gathered the Hadith of the Prophet to send them was even jihad, the person who would command it does not obey the law, even Abdullah even by the famous again fapy All right, the famous fapy Abdullah, even or Tibet, even of the law, or obey the law even or the law even wrote back.

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This is a big big scholar, big 30 All right, there's some football ha that were considered the major football amongst those big four of his time. And then he's reporting from bass Allah and Allah surah ly sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Canon St Lucia Allahu the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he used to let his here be straight, meaning he would let the here hang forwards. So it'll be hanging in every direction. It wouldn't be he wouldn't comment from the middle for example. Right? Well can and mushnik una

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una casa and asked for the washing machine the pagans they would comb their hair from the middle like this. Okay, I don't have any hairs, barely any hair so you can't really see. So they used their comment from the middle. Well, Ghana anime Kitab. As for the people of the book, they would let their hair go straight from every direction. It would just be straight, not combed.

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So those are the two fashion senses of the time. Well, Kara, you hit boo masakadza and Nikita and the profits are setting them preferred.

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Being similar to the people of the book, FEMA, LEM, you

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He Vichy in something that he wasn't commanded to, to be similar to them.

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He wasn't commanded to have a certain pattern. And so is that much the keener doing something to pagan Arabs or doing something.

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And, and on the other hand, the

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the People of the Book are doing something he would prefer doing what the People of the Book were doing, because there are two fashion centers, you can either adopt this one or that one. So you would prefer what the people in the book are doing, over what the pagans were doing. Okay. Now over here, it's something important. I'm going to get to that in just one minute. Okay, so my father called Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Then after that the messenger saw Selim, he decided that you know what, let's just come from the middle. Why? Why did he decide to come from the middle? Number one, he thoughts? Notice that it's a it's a cleaner way of it's a more chemistry. That's

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number one. Number two, and maybe the Meccans had a different fashion sense altogether, who knows. So

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number one, it was more qL kempt matter to keep your hair even though the additive ketover done in another way. Number two, the profits I'll send them had tried his best to lower the hearts of the people of the book into Islam, some accepted others straight out rejected. So when he saw arrogance for them, he said, then why do I have to follow their way, I'll just follow something that I deem fit. Or the better. Now he's not following their way. Now, remember, it's a female and the female let me Murphy be she is only going to accept their worldly practices is not what she hasn't been given a commandment else otherwise. So if he gets another commandment, he leave what they do,

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definitely. But if he doesn't get a commandment, then they have a book and they had a messenger, there's more chances that they are closer to the truth and the people of the pagans. That's why you'd follow that same general way but not in religious matters, and not also in not also in issues of other things. We're not also other issues of worship. So that's something really important to note over here. Number two Mahadeva added Gita goes going against the manners of the People of the Book.

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Okay, I'm just going to do a little tembi over here, just a little side point. Let this sink in. Because some people accept it, other people will reject it. And my this is not the main topic of my discussion, but I'm just going to give it as a tangent, the profits a lot. Some people have this theory that every time a law says hollyford laws, messenger says holofil yehudah nesara, it becomes an obligation. go against the messenger, Google Sorry, go against the people have the book, and the Christians and the Jews, it becomes an obligation.

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Let me explain, explain myself walk.

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Many times,

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the messenger gives a commandment.

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And then he says, this commandment is why so that you may go against the Jews and the Christians in their ways.

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Some people generalize the principle and they said that every time

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the messenger says, Holly, full Yehuda, oneness or go against the Jews and the Christians, then this becomes an obligation that is a reasoning, which makes the commandment and obligation.

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Not the case. Not the case. Simple as that. Look at all of the cases, and some of them never, by the way, they've done that all of the cases in which allows messengers as Holly for Yehuda nesara many cases, many cases in which the messengers or send them says that and the arena after him almost by the majority of the scholars, in those matters, they say no, this is a Baku, this is a this is a Sunnah and not an obligation. So not every time they're ruling because of that reasoning becomes an obligation. That is something to note that's why over here the messenger saucer is being is following the way of the handle Kitab Some said no, this was something that was he's allowed to do

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in the beginning and then he was forbidden from again, this requires evidence we can't just make claims without evidences. Khalid Mohammed unova Sha, Allah,

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MADI, Ibrahim, even NASA and McKee, on a very big fan emojis and O'Mahony parlux right off to a lion sallallahu it was cinema da ba, ba.

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I'm Hannah who live again. She said that.

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I saw the prophets of Salaam when was she? When did she see the prophet to send them we already explained that this event occurred when when she when he had come to

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one of the company make buy or it was

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hydrated. We got

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So she assigned with four different rates. Now, basically, we have now completed the chapter related to the here and then the author will get to the chapter related to the komen. So now that we've completed the chapter related to the here, I'm just going to summarize the chapter related to the here. And basically like Tada, this is where we'll stop, we have

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some more time to go with challah, whatever we've taken there stayed with it, number one,

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at times the hair of the profits and sell them was still the year. At times, it was still the year though, at times, it was still here. At times it was still the shoulder. So this was this is one way of reconciling between all of these different traditions. Okay, one way of reconciling.

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That's what some scholars they said that it just every person saw them and saw him in a different scenario. And accordingly, he described him. Others said, No, the way to reconcile is everybody described a portion of the here. So from this angle right here is here was up to the year because it looks kind of weird to be to the earlobe, from behind last year, it was up till the ear lobe, after that it got around here, but when it got right to the back, it was right till the end as well. So that means the profits and synonyms here in the back was kind of like it was cut in this in this V or U shaped. Okay. And that's a fashion that some people have even built today. And that is what how

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that here are the messenger. So so that might have been those are two opinions. And they're both understandable why they may be said, so I can't say this is better, that's better. But I will say that both of them are possible views, and both of them are acceptable, and neither should be rejected. Okay, that's number one.

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Number two,

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is as far as number two is the fact that

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some people said that this hair style of the prophet to send them was a hairstyle that was common in the time of the prophets, as in having long here. And in our times, you shouldn't have long here, right?

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If the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it did it, I find it very difficult to say don't do it. If someone wants to have here, similar to the profits, I send them, so be it. But remember the hairstyle of the profits and send them with change from time to time. But if he had done it, at one point in his life, he had long here one point in his life, he had braids, I do not find any problems with saying that go ahead and have braids or get glad. And how long here? Why because the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did it, and the earth cannot come to overrule an action of the rest. If somebody wants to go with the action of the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, this is my

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personal thing. And if somebody wants to keep his ear in a certain way, considering that to be, you know the way of the messengers or send them using that, at least as an evidence for it to be permissible, then I don't think that there's there should be any further debates about this. But

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in general, the hairstyle was similar to the.of his time, but that again does not mean that we can overrule the idea that it would be considered permissible number two, certain societies still today, we have the fashion sense of having larger, not a problem. Right? many societies, even for men, until today, they have the fashion sense of having longer, someone that ends up doing that people like Oh, you're following the ways of the woman, the ways of the woman are long here in that time, and they're in this time, and they're going to remain till the Day of Judgment. That's just how women are. So the prophet to send them was also

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stuff for Allah.

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Right. So the point is that before you speak, look into these matters, because your words will also reflect your understanding of what the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had done. So if someone does it, so be it. But I personally do not feel that it is so not to follow his hairstyle. Because again, there was just so many different hairstyle that he would have other matters, like for example, wearing a thought he would verbalize you, he was known to love this particular vendor. If he had the opportunity, you would wear that particular so he was not a man, I mean, it will take a living, you wouldn't go out of his way to find the right dress and so on and so forth. That was the

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manner and ethical the progress of your system. But if he had two choices, you would choose something that he liked better even in food, you would choose something that he liked better. So he liked wearing folds that is something established we'll get to that he liked white color that is something established here style, he would do whatever the society had in stored for him. So there's no specific manner which he loved better than others. And you'll notice at times, it's short, a diamond is long, and so on and so forth. So I think that if someone does it, it's not a problem but also recognize that this is not a tsunami and this is not a matter in which some not is included or

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not. But remember solds I do make an exception for why because those are literally encouraged to wear white number one, number two, gonna have the CRB notice within the most beloved so now we're talking about

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about something used to love, there's a different story and we'll get to that story when we get through it does not come alone and for attending or listening or Salalah are sad now. I didn't want to either he will be here tomorrow.