Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 05

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And the chapter that we're looking at today is Babel nyjah efeito, Julie Torah, Julia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam two weeks ago. And last week, we had no class two weeks ago, we looked at Babel, nyjah, Fisher idealists who did nothing some a lot more and he was sitting in the chapter related to the hear of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and now we're looking at another chapter also related to the hair. So you'll notice that remember, Timothy first of all started off by defining how the here looked. After that, he will talk about a couple of other things related to there. Because you cannot talk about the quality of the hair, you cannot talk about the manner of

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dealing with the hair, you cannot talk about the color of the year and so on and so forth. Unless you know how to here are essentially what size they are, whether they're even there and so on and so forth. So first he establishes the existence of the here and how they work. Then he gets into the details and the nitty gritties of the different characteristics of the beautiful and blessing here of the messenger Muhammad Sallallahu it was sent them so he says Babel nyjah fi Tara, Julia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam chapter related to how the prophets I send them would comb his hair, okay.

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Or about the combing of the hair of the messenger. So a long audio signal, okay, this is really important, by the way, because people in these regards are of different types. Some people will,

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you know, spend their entire life dealing with their hairstyle right? their entire lives are oriented around their hairstyle, there are people of that nature. And within the woman that may be more just by nature, and within the manda men that may be less again just by nature, but there is a manner that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had guided for us and this may be more specific than men that it may be to women. For women in these sort of guidances they can look at the Manhattan uomini and we can look at other ahaadeeth in which the prophets have a long audio signal is giving us commandments and we'll get to that in a minute. Okay, so the author says condesa is

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talking here? So this head is half of most magnesita right Malik ns the Imam of Medina Malik Ibn ns.

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on our Isha Arusha from a Chateau de along with Anna, she says contura girassol Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam to the licensor. I used to call him the head of the prophets, Allah seldom was hired whilst I am upon my menstrual cycle. So there's a couple of things over here. Number one, I was combing the hair of the prophets of Allah to send them so it is a soon enough for a woman to serve her husband. And by the way, people, when they hear the word serving, and women serving and so on and so forth, they go to many different angles in modern day and it starts to become a debate between feminism and masculine ism if you want to call it that male chauvinism and so on and so

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forth. But in reality that in Islam, the way we look at goodness and piety and the way we look at the way we look at betterment, the way we look at, you know, duck wa The God fearing less of a loss of Hannah Medina, is about who gives up more for the sake of the other. Okay? So this is not a battle between a man and a woman, it's a matter of who is able to give the other person more. And this is why the messenger said a lot of it was seven, despite being a man. The prophets I'll send them will go out of his way to giving up a lot for his spouses to a degree that he spoke about himself that he said that, that the best of you are the best to their wives and I'm the best to my

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wife. My wife's right? So the prophet SAW Selim, he's noticed he's denoting or he's mentioning the betterment and and the quality of the

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a better person out of the two, whether it be male and female.

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In this particular scenario, it happens to be male and female. He said, I'm the best of them and how was he so long ago it was said them, I should describe some kind of a goofy monatti ID, the prophets also Lim used to be busy in serving his, his spouses and his wives and so on and so forth. So the messenger, so a lover, it was send them a set an example for us of what goodness is, and that is to give up something for the sake of others. But when we get to this point of I needed, you know, she needs and I needed she needs and so on and so forth, it becomes a little bit too messy, and relationships cannot continue.

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in a proper manner, when everybody's just talking about me, me, me and me. Right. So when we're saying it's assumed enough for a woman to serve her husband, this is a tsunami of the hobby at our sole source, and then this is the, it should not have the wives of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and no one can properly know the virtue except those that are virtuous. And the most virtuous of people are those women that are surrounding the messenger. So the longer it was sending them and their virtue is denoted in the fact that they would serve the prophet SAW the law where it was sent them and hence it is assumed that for a woman to serve her husband, likewise, it is

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instrumental for Amanda to be have those same sort of gestures towards the wife as well. So over here I Isha is sitting there, combing the hair of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? So those little tasks that at times, it may be very difficult because of egos that have been, that have been honed by the types of societies that we live in. And by the type of rhetoric that we hear nowadays, because of those egos, it's it's starting to become difficult for women and men alike to serve one another. And as I said, going back to it, the betterment and the piety in Islam, we are able to gather that through what through giving up for one another and not me, me, me, I I want I

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want and and then she says I want I want and then nobody gets anything from anybody else. Right. So this is not a battle that two people are in this is an opportunity for two people to be able to serve one another and that serving and giving up will be a means to get closer to Allah subhana wa tada I asked him awesome panel data to bring us closer into origin. So he or she is combing the hair of the messenger sallallahu it was sent in Ohio whilst I am in the state of hate. Now, hailed means menstrual leading. So another thing that we get out of here is that when a woman is in her menstrual cycle, as opposed to some cultures, she's not impure or so on and so forth. Rather, she's just a

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regular member of society. Yes, yes, the, the blood that comes out is considered impure, that's a different story. Right? That's a different story. But we're talking about the the the woman as a whole No, she's not impure, so to speak, and hence, all of the regular interactions are considered permitted. And this is one of those things that it's not actually came to, to go against because the, the Jewish tradition had it that the woman had to had to be kept away from, you have to stay away from and other traditions had other practices during this phase of a woman's natural life. But Islam brought an end to this and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam showed us that by example.

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And Ayesha is explaining that to us over here. So she's combing the hair so combing the hair again, no problem by the use of the use of ignorance, use of ignorance as a part of our Kieran work here, you know, Java, xenophobia, homophobia, and yazeed. Even a ban or a ban of Akashi all of that is okay and lsvt American Paul, Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu it he said no no, you do not see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would oil is here and do it a lot. Okay, you would oil his ear and he would do that often as well. What the city hallelujah tea and also combing his beard the messenger Selim will keep his his beard nice and clean. Okay. And we already spoke about the beard

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before as well, that the beard of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not as it is made out to be, okay. It's not as if it's made out to be that it's extremely long and, and big and it goes all the way to wherever it goes know the beard of the messenger. So I'm allowed to send them with a beard that would reach you know, that would scar sleep that would very, very sparingly if you please reach the neck of the prophets also at the end of the neck of the prophets Islam.

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It was however, as it's described in the Hadith that Catherine the prophet SAW Selim had a thick beard but

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thickness of the beard doesn't mean that it was a long beard. It's It's a misunderstanding that people have almost all of the words that come to us from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam about his beard is either cafeteria cafeteria or over the millennia, none of them mean very long. All of them simply mean the delivery of the profits on the longer it will send them with thick. In fact, I even found some of the Shah of Hades, saying that the word gifts it cannot mean cats except that it means thick and short. So some of them very explicitly explained the word death to mean thick and short at the same time. So that is the size of the beard of the prophets of Allah where it

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was sent him in the ruling of the beard we already explained. The ruling of the beard is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had commanded us to have the beard right or fully help also show Adam and another Hadith other wordings as well. So which simply means leave off the beards and trim your mustaches? Leave off the beards and trim your mustaches

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and another How do you think Dinwiddie the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had said that this is not a Timothy of

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a sham it can be this is jam after MIDI the narrator had said that that the prop cat enemies also yeah luminaria team Tony How are they that the profits are low and he will send them even used to trim his beard from the length and the and the width as well. So the prophets I send them with trim down his beard according to this particular tradition. However, this tradition is a fairly debated one. And the reason for the debate is because it will How long is in this tradition or how long is a person that

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that is debated about his ability to to remember and deliver accurately however he is considered a good person as a whole. Okay, but as I said, He's debated about meaning there are from magazine who consider him authentic. They are from Huddersfield who consider him weak amongst them, what have you seen by the admission of of,

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of authentic media himself that used to have a good view of of our own isn't Bahati himself. Okay. And it Buhari said that none of the hadith of Ramadan know how don't have a do not have a

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also to them do not have another supporting evidence to them, except this hadith in which he said that the Prophet is seldom used to trim from his beard from the within the length. But notice, he says none of them have a supporting evidence. That doesn't mean it in and of itself is weak. Some people may understand it that way. But that's not what he's saying. And as I said, right after that, he said to me that he says, and I used to say to him, if it is married, having a good opinion of him, all right, so so meaning that there are good chances that even Bahati may have considered

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it and there are other people from the magazine as well, that it can be considered that etha will not have not only my birth mother quoted a lot from him later on, because of Maggie's use of how long he had left the idea of, of this individual. But even though even then, he had learned a lot of Heidi's and wrote them down from a Model Model. But anyways, my point here is that this is a debated tradition. But considering that the size wasn't very long, while anime might actually be an authentic tradition, some people went really, really far this isn't fabricated tradition, this is weak is extremely weak. And this is, you know, let's be fair, there are modules in the grade the and

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that's why, you know, we have to have a look at them in exam of justice when we're dealing with individuals because even these magaziner individuals, amongst the people were people that graded him to be a good, authentic narrator. I've got automatic Madigan he had problems with our model know how to answer he started just saying that leave him alone, don't ever take anything so on and so forth, even though he had first narrated from him, right, so let's be fair from the people or those that had accepted from the people though, are those that had rejected and if there are two different views than naturally the Heidi's will be rendered in two different manners as well in terms of his

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authenticity or authenticity or weakness. But whether that is authentic or not, we don't have any evidence is telling us Do not trim we just have an evidence telling us leave off a beard. So there is a difference between the two. So for those people that come and say do not trimming harm, and they look down upon a person so very, very much that they're doing that these people they're not looking at these things very carefully. They need to review their their their fifth and their opinions and so on and so forth, and come to proper conclusions in the light of the sun.

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It shut the alarm data on how pilots in in

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Get out of sort of lice of a lager I do sell them and put them on I feel for Woody, either kapa haka.

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that had never been sorry.

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He said that I would have had given him a hadith and a chef, I wouldn't have lost whoever it was. There's two other houses. There's alphanumeric and they're sulla syllables, Julian, but this one is cinema bluesoleil because overdramatic is Italian we haven't gotten to the top of the screen over here yet in the chain and Ashraf even a big shout out Avi and masukkan and I shall have the Allahu taala audits in Canada sewer lines and a lot more and he will send them now you can put them whenever you're at the top of the profits a lot longer it was sending them used to love the guy you should put them on using the right hand field to hoodie or for you to hold the heat both are okay.

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But who is better in this particular instance with the whole will have to have some more technicalities. He used to love to field the hoodie he used to love them going from the right hand. So when the profits or send them with washes and he would start off with the right one for the profits, if let's say he's, he's taking a shower, he would start off with the right side of the body and so on and so forth. So you would love using the right side. Okay, this is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know Allah subhana wa tada have his mercy upon order your messenger Mohammed sauce in the field, who would he eat at the body use love using the right in his home whenever he

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would make bajada. Okay, someone may say, Well, he used to love starting off with the right

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in his boohoo whilst he is making bajada. Why do we have to add data to her again?

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Why does he say data? The reason for that is because she wants to remind you that his his love for the right hand was not limited to once or twice it was every single time, every single time that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be doing fahara he will be using the right hand. He does have a hot because this is a Joomla shell Thea? Yeah, this is a conditional sentence, whenever that conditional would occur, his love would be there for using the right side. Okay.

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Well see, Julie is atherogenic. And also when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would

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comb his hair as well, that would be done with the right side as well. So you'd start off with the right side, and then he would go towards the left side as well. off in the alley, he didn't die. And also when the prophets or Senate would put his shoes on, you'd put the right shoe on first. And then he would move on to the left feet, and so on and so forth. And then in another tradition, it says, Well, if he should own he could leave. And if you wish, and equally he in every single matter of the life of the prophets, I send them he preferred using the right side. And what that means is every single matter that should be honored, not every single matter period, because there are matters

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we're not we're not supposed to use it right? When you're walking into the bathroom to use the right side answer is no, you don't use the right side. When you are, for example, cleaning your nose, do you use the right hand? No, you don't use the right hand and so on and so forth. So the left is used for the things that are not considered so honorable in doing so to speak. And the right is used for those things that are extremely honorable, and doing again, so to speak. odda does an AMA diploma shout out to Mr. Eden Anisha. Even Hassan and it hasn't. It hasn't lost me whenever you see an ad as and there's no mention of what is that? It's mostly because this is how famous and has an accent by

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the way. He's this major times hobby.

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Major time so hobby. Sorry, major times do you made a mistake there? He's a major time Dabiri in terms of the honor that he was granted by the dobbyn of his time and by later people major in that sense not in terms of his age. He was a young man. There he was a baby in the in the womb of he was a baby in the

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you know in the lobby of Ensenada. Right his mother used to have a relationship with Him salah and hence on Salah, meaning that is so handsome Hassan would be playing in the locker room cinema at a time you can chew you get hungry, maybe times on cinema with breastfeed and hazard and because of that, they said this is a woman woman breastfeeding and hesson so Allah Subhana Allah Baraka in the life of it has an impossibly and he was able to to breastfeed from a woman that that is of that piety. So it has said in Boston He is also the son of onsala from that regard.

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In a law firm or law from

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from breastfeeding in nursing, so it has said albasini

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he is this person that the oma loves altogether and that's why if you look at the oma whatever sect it may be whatever group it may be, whether it be the whether it be the different modality above in Islam, you know, whether it be the different sects of Islam, almost everyone can go back to an hessen and be happy with the hustle and bustle or almost everybody and this is because of our mobile hub Bob had made a draw for him or a law increase him and knowledge and Oh Allah Habib who either know or Allah also make the people love it has a right and I'm gonna have Bob

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has an was

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was a very young man, a very young baby when a hot dog passed away he was maybe two years old with a mobile hobbit passed away out of metal light, what are they allowed to add on. So this is during the the very, very early days of son's life when he's still a baby. You know, he was crying and he would come with onsala. And sometimes it's mother's mother also to Armando hapa, then have hobbies, I'm crying, so he made the offer him and he said, we'll have people eat enough make them be loved to the people. And that's why you notice the oma altogether, loves and hustle and bustle he This is the Baka of the of the Sahaba and their eyes and also the milk that was given to an hesson by the

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blessed woman woman in home cinema or the along with data on her. And this is also a sign for us to take. And that is that he does haba where people have been aka there are people of there are people of character and goodness, and hence the why they would be keen on making sure that their children meet the Sahaba. And just like that, over the generations, people have always been keen on ensuring that their children are able to meet the older generation of the scholars say that those scholars can make the offer the children, especially the pious ones from amongst them, the pious people in general. And this is why even when we were doing technique, we look for a pious person, someone of

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good character, someone of nobility, to do technique for our children as well, right? When you take the date and trude up and put it in the mouth of the of the child. And for that reason, it is a good practice for us to take our children to the pious people have a loss of data, and also the pious scholars, that turned to a loss of Hannah with the ANA in humility, and requests do offer them for me myself, whatever I do find a good scholar and so on and so forth. I do ask for my children, for him to make the offer my children because who knows which pious man or which pious person have a loss of Hannah data and scholar of Allah, that of that scholar will be accepted in the regard of, of

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my children. So this is a good practice that the alumni used to do in the past. And today, and the who were noticing or doing it with the Sahaba as well. And Avila have been the most fun part and the house would have liked a lot more it was and by the way, even before that we noticed with the profits is in the right. So this is something that has been continuing. Now hold on to the law, you saw the law where it was setting them up any thought on duty law had been there is what we're talking about. That the messenger sallallahu I didn't send them for being from what, from combing our hair except

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accept, accept every other day or accept every now and then.

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So remember, we're talking about some people are just so interested in their hairdos that their lives every single day, every single morning, or just you know, and then afternoon, again, they're gonna go into trim, you know, they're gonna go and comb their hair, and so on and so forth. The messenger forbade us from being too keen on this.

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The profits, I'll send them it encouraged the truth. You know, at times, we're not supposed to look good. This is what I need to say is, don't get me wrong here. I'm not saying don't look good. At times, we're not supposed to be so keen on just worrying about our outer appearances. Okay, that's a better way of putting it. We're supposed to look good all the time in the logic. But ally is beautiful, loves beauty as well. Right? But my point is that some people they get so carried away with this beauty and beautification of the external body, that they forget that the internal body also have it has its rights, and they forget that many times their profits, I said it and that

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taught us to decrease the amount of attention we give to our external, external body and that's why over here he's forbidding us from what Jordan combing the hair except

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Every now and then don't get too caught away away with just your external appearances. That's why in some of that IDs, there there is there is mention of people in a positive light light.

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And, and, and one of the Ceefax attributes of those people is that a dentist had to car boom, ha, that their, their clothes are dirty, because they don't have time to clean up. Not every single time you have to be looking, you know, prim and proper. And this is why the messenger saw send them at times, he would also say that you tell the Sahaba to go and walk without shoes. Why? Because so that the feet start to become rough, and they're able to handle roughness, and they don't become superstar soft. And then they're not able to handle that same sort of roughness. So there is a balance that we need to strike in this light. Yes, we do worry about cleaning ourselves. Yes. Do we

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do worry about all the hygiene hygiene is necessary. Okay, that's a there's no column about that. There's no discussions about that. But beyond that, when we're worrying about you know, making sure that there is not even like one slight

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you know, speck of anything in the clouds. And if anything comes up, or this is not something I can wear, throw it away and get something new or something like that. No. If even if you have a ketchup stain, deal with it, deal with it, even if you got a little ketchup stain, it occurred at lunchtime deal with it, because this is part and parcel of the inadequacy of math in Lisbon. And that's why if your hair get a little bit messy, then you know, deal clean them up. But don't be you know, just just every company Oh, I'm really dirty. I need to go home change take a shower. And no, that's not how it's supposed to be. We're supposed to be keen on keeping ourselves clean. But at times we

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should also let go of being too keen on that ought to have done and hasn't acknowledged and over here the messengers forbidding from truth from worrying about the hair too much had done that it hasn't

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been set up and on the other hand, by the way, like if you go on some streets, even downtown Toronto you'll see people that are into punk rock and so on and so forth. And they haven't taken a shower for for like what for like two months or something like that. That's not what we're talking about over here. You are supposed to keep your hair clean. You are supposed to keep yourself proper, but you're not supposed to get carried away such that you forget other responsibilities in life as well.

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As an alpha definitely just said I'm a little bit uneasy beneath I'd be haunted but in reality he's the as he didn't hide it. Okay, that's it. That's probably a mistake. I've been allowed Allah

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LD and homemade even adult man and why God made us happy Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Okay, so over here we have a chain. And at the end of the chain, we have a Sahabi. But we don't have the name of that. Sahabi because it says, from the authority of evidence, man, her maiden name the man who said that

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on the authority of a man from amongst us, ohada of the messengers. Awesome. So who is this man? Well, Allahu Allah, and we don't know not in this tradition at least. So do we accept the tradition despite the fact that we don't know what this man is? In reality, the habit Rasulullah saw Selim, they're all considered authentic narrators. They're all considered Urdu. They're all considered upright people. They do not lie. But lucky. makena neck and evil. Well, that's it for my schedule. We didn't use the lie. And we didn't know lying was so hard. I didn't use a lie. Right. So because of that, we accept the narrations of this habit, despite the fact that we don't know this particular

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so hobbies name doesn't matter which hobby it is, so long as her maiden name man has confirmed that this is a hobby. We have to accept this tradition because all of those habits rasulillah are considered taboo. Now there has to be a move. This type of narrator by the way is known as a MOBA.

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Okay, one more bahaman Murphy here I'll lend you some, a motorhome tradition is a tradition in which a narrator is not not named. So over here, there's no name for this a hobby. So well then, is a narrator that is not named.

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So if it happened to be somewhere else in the chain would say the Hadith is not acceptable. Why? Because we don't know who this person is. We don't know. It could be authentic, he could not be authentic.

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But if it is having

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all of the Sahaba are acceptable.

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They're all people that Allah subhana wa tada has been pleased with the Allahu anhu and what I'll do on a lot is pleased with them

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and they have been pleased with the loss of paradise.

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If the

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individual the unnamed individual happens to be in the middle of the chain, we will,

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we will be will have our doubts. And we will have to stop. But that doesn't mean we totally rejected as well, because we may have another chain explaining to us who that missing link is or who that unnamed NamUs we may find other chains of that nature. Right one one narrator did not remember. So he says, I'm flat, a blue flat and flat, a blue flat on rogering. And then he didn't make it say his name on unnecessary molecules, the low data Massara giving you an example, hypothetical one. So in the middle of the chain, he didn't remember somebody's name. He didn't mention it.

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Right? That's a that's an hypothetical example. So in that example, we don't have the name, but another decorator may have remembered. So you'll see unfolded and flat and flat. And that's one link in which the name wasn't mentioned. He also says and full on so it gives the name of that Fuller.

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Right, and then I'm on Yeah, so yeah, I was the missing name. So yeah, I can now.

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So my point is that, that sometimes you may find the name elsewhere. So we don't reject the tradition, but we stop until we figure out who that person is. And then they'll be awesome Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is what it is. So it's unless we find another name. It's not acceptable. When we don't find it as much rune is already that module. We do not accept it, even if there already is module Hi. Okay, there's there's two things but julaine and module one module is that and module has a

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module liner that is a person that we do not know his name at all.

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We don't know.

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We don't know who this narrator is. We have no idea about him.

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Okay, because the narrator said the the the the Hadith he said that on the authority of Allah on the authority of Xavier on the authority of yahia. And sorry, let me repeat myself but Julia is someone where we don't know his name. So he says, on the authority of Allah on the authority of eight on the authority of an individual can't remember his name on the authority of ns Malik the messenger said, okay, hypothetical example number. So now, we don't know this name. This is called majority. We have no idea what this individual is. However, we have something called mudrunner Hall as well.

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medulin Heil is a person that from on the authority of Allah, Zaid, yah, yah, yah, yah, what about his lineage? Is he a good narrator? or weak narrator? Nobody knows anything about your hair.

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And yeah, says an asymptomatic said. So now this person has medulin heart. So what do we do now? Okay, so this is a, these are the two scenarios in both scenarios, the correct view is that we do not accept this tradition because traditions are accepted after we verify the authenticity and the credibility of the individual. And not that we do accept one, though this is an opinion of a very minority group of 15. That, well, he's a Muslim, so we just do example one, we have good thoughts about him. He must be good. Right? Yeah, we don't know anything about about him. So he must be good as well. That is the general case. That's how we're supposed to be. Right. Yeah, can move and

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stay away from having bad thoughts, because bad thoughts are the most

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inauthentic of speech? So yeah, we're not supposed to have bad thoughts. But in the case of Hadees, there's an extra level of care. So we do not, we do not discredit the individual, but we do not accept this hadith until we have someone credible saying this person is credited. This person is a fully credible individual generic ad. Let him go. Right, except as that is the only time that we accept so you have to have someone accrediting and wording a person to narrate. And not just someone just being a person that narrates and that's the end of that and he's okay. We have to have someone a big hug with a big knockout come and say this is a tip off. This is Adam, this is a third This is

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a good person. Until then we do not except for we don't also reject as well, because we may have more information that we haven't gotten to yet on what you didn't mean as having the visa law set up and then the BSL allow Hollywood cinema can at origin open the messenger sallallahu it will send them he used to do what he used to comas here with Ben every now and then or every other day. Babel magic fish a build on that. So now we understand that combing is a sooner we understand a couple of things in this particular thing. serving of the women for her husband is a tsunami and likewise the other way around as well. And neither one of the parties should say Me, me, me, me, me and forget

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that this is a relationship of two people all together. And not just me, me and me. Rather, this is a religion.

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Tip of love that in which everybody sacrifices for the other one person is going through pain, the other person will help and the other person is going through pain and the other person will help. And this is how life should be. And not that, oh, you know, this is my, this is my life and that's your life you move on. I mean, why even get married, if that's how you want to be right? Marriage is about sacrifice. That's how marriage is supposed to be. And that's what it's meant to be. And that's how the marriage of the prophets are the most he had a lot of things to do. But can I pull up the alley or mulethi Alley, the profit center would be busy with serving his family.

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Right, but his family we noticed are also busy serving Him, combing his hair.

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For the sisters, when was the last time you got up and comb the hair of your, of your husband. So So get on it and comb the hair of your husband.

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Right, because this is something these are the type of things that the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would help in and if your husband doesn't have here, then then maybe help them cut the hair or something whenever he wants to cut my job pj vilasa de la casa de nom de Nova shot.

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He's now we're going on to another. So sorry, that was the first point. The second point is that the Prophet system used to Coleman's here. The third point is that the prophets have said despite combing he wouldn't be so regular that you won't be able to do anything else. The fourth point is that the prophets I send them forbade us from overdoing it. Okay, not every other day. Do you have to go to the beauty parlor and and get your hair done? No. You do it, but not so often that your other obligations are also being affected by Bulma Jaffe Shea belongs to the law. Now talking about the whiteness of the here of the prophets of

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Allah, Mohammed Abu Bashar.

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He said that Mohammed Abu Bashar had told us who said he said Timothy, harlot, Buddha, Buddha theodicy, you are the man. Okay, mom, even Yeah, this is even Yeah, by the way. Because there's two moms, there's a man and one of them there's a memorabilia. Yeah. So there's a mom in yada,

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yada, Paula, cool to the nscp mullikin Hagia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. I said to Anna signo Malik, did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ever dye his hair? Did he ever die is here. So under signal Malik says lemmya blue was Alec, he hadn't gotten to a stage where he had to dye his hair in the Makana Shea and feasibly only a few white hair were in his suit line. And remember, we already said you put your hand over here like this, and then bite

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where you can feel that

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where you can feel that muscle becoming bite and let loose

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without breaking your teeth either.

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So that that area where you can feel the muscles pumping, that's the area that is called the soda. So over here,

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he's saying that mechanically and physically so the black, the white here, the gray here are only a little bit in the suit vein of the prophets of Allah where it was send them in the in the this muscle that I'm talking just around here, they hear that you can see right around here. So basically, you can see about here, see the the

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this area right here, that's the sort of vein of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So over here, some of some white hair started. Now of course, there's a couple of places where the profits are 700 white here, a couple a few here or over here. And another few were right here.

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This hair down here above the beard. So for some people it's connected for some people is disconnected right? For some people, they don't even have it. So this here is known as the untha.

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Okay, that here is called the alpha. So he had some white here over here, some white here in the alpha and the prophets of Salaam also had new birth over in the head as well. Little scattered white here, not too many, just like a random here 1234 and so on and so forth in his in his old age. So now we're talking about when the prophets I send them was in the 60s, even at that time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had would appear like a young man, just in the beginning stages of his, his manlihood if you please in the in the in the age where people normally start to have white here 3530 around those ages. So

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the profits I sent him in his 60s, he seemed of that nature.

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Now, notice that under symptomatic is denying the fact that the profits also limit every dog died in Syria. So, but we have a Buddha and other Sahaba that had said otherwise, some Sahaba, they said that the profits is and did die is here. Other said that the profitsystem did not die is here. And we have three different views in this regard. Some said he had died, others said he did not another group said that the prophets I'll send them would use a lot of perfume,

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did you use a lot of alcohol, and because of the excessive use of alcohol, his hair would begin to go red. And that happens for people that use it, you'll notice that the corners of the hair will start to become red. And then after you stop using and they'll go back to normal as well. So now the profits are synonyms. Here was becoming red a bit because of his use of EPA. And, and so people thought that he had actually died is here. So these are the three views about the matter. And in reality, we can reconcile that and how God did saying that, that in reality the prophets a settler had died at times, and he had left it at times as well. So every person that's all reported

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accordingly and unless was a young man, maybe the profitsystem died before that, who knows. So died isn't like to die, the hair not died hasn't passed away. And so it's a hobby, so he had seen the profits, and he would it was very close to the profit to send them as well. So I digress as I said to NSA bumalik helicopter about a pseudo loss of them did the the profits I'll send them ever do this oddity dies here, right let me upload valic here and reached the point where he will die is here remember the US is denying it other Sahaba have affirmed as well in America should envy sort of like indeed the prophets of Salaam only had a little bit of hair, white hair, gray hair in this area

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that we described already. And right above the sideburns and just around the sideburns as well. And if you know people, if you observe older people, aging people, a lot of people they start there right here around here. So this was a similar scenario. When I can I will look in radi Allahu Allah and Hobbesian now you will get them that the the ebook or the Allahu Allah and he had died is here with Hannah with Hannah. And I'll get them and also I'll get them and and Hannah and I get them so these are two different plants through which you make an extract and use it to dye the hair. So I will bet that I had mixed the two because one is black in color cut them is black and color and not

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brings you towards the red. So when you mix the henna and cut them what happens it becomes blackish red and we know that it is permissible to dye your hair but we're not allowed to do black

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right we're not allowed to do black and that's why the father of

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abubaker ever hahaha.

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On the day of Fatima Mecca when he was brought before the prophet SAW Selim, it said he used to was looking like a llama. What's a llama? The llama is like a whitish tree. Okay, so he seemed extremely white his hair. So the prophets I send them said go ahead and die is here so that he you know, he doesn't look so great in his in his appearance. So they dyed his hair but he told them do not put the block do not use the block color to dizer. So block is not considered permissible. This is the method of the shadow. Yeah, that is held on to die with black, but we can die with any other color besides black. And that is considered permissible. And that's why over here you notice even the son

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of a half a lot of people have I will look at all the loads that I know he's doing what he's dying with in henna with the red mixed with black so it's a blackish red that's permissible. But but it like so amount around a brown color, if you please. That's permissible

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reddish brown that is that's permissible, but a straight out black is not considered permissible. It's how long Haida had nothing is happening on Sol Potter. While you're here in Moosa Paula was up and Mama saboten and a CBD American will the Allahu dadan Okay.

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So under symptomatic is narrating again, that I counted the here in the face of the prophets of Salaam and remember and this is the servant of the prophets of Allah.

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So he knows the prophets listen closely comes in and out all the time so you can count it there maybe even when the prophets I send him sleeping or something like that. He says now I get to phyrexia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when they hit the he Illa I shot a shout out and babe Ah, I was not able to count within the head of the profits of cillum and within the beard of the profits of cillum except for today

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Hear that are white. So he counted the hair and the beard and the head and he only found 14 right in other narration 17 to 18 and other narrations 20. All right or close to 20 So generally speaking there are very few not too many in the head and the beard but we said danfa Hudson, and also over here there was some as well generally there were very few okay and we'll also find out the reason for this, Allah, Mohammed Abu Salah Allah, Buddha would Allah I'm not sure back and see mark up hump on similar to Joshua robina Sir morata Welcome to Isla unshaved rasulillah Java urban seminar is being asked about the

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gray hair of the prophet SAW a synonym for Paul can either the HANA rasa hulan your feet Minh Shaban will either allow me that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he would you oil is here. Remember we said you oil is here. So when the Prophet says cinnamon oil is here, none of the white hair would appear them because the oil would make the hair shiny there were very few to begin with. And the shine would cover up the whiteness of the here

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and also it would kind of get mixed into the other hair because remember they're only a mere few to begin with. So if he would do the hood, the whiteness would not or the greenness would not be seen. But if you'd leave the the oil No he doesn't you you did the end and if he did not enter the water if he did not end up you know

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oiling is here at that moment you would see the gray hair in the hair or the profits and sell them again are very few under symptomatic he said about a 20 odd hear that even less than that 14 in other narration not one minute ish didn't close to 20 either had this or not

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normal everybody that can d u l Kofi Allah.

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I said he can obey the law his normal the famous puppy of Medina and naseeruddin Abdullah his normal color in Americana Shibu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam under one minute Sheena, Charlottenburg just as we said previously, the de la irmo that here the whiteness the greenness and the hair of the prophets and send them was what very few know for one minute she did a shout out and a lot close to about 20 white here in the here of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam all at the center of Aucoin.

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Luca Who is he?

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What's his name? hora de Maria to blue Misha

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unshaven and Abby's hapa servire Kilimanjaro the Allahu taala an overachiever who an avian ambassador. This is also Javier Kadima is a Tabby. Remember, Eric edema is a famous Dabiri a famous student of Ebner bass and also

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a bastard freedom from slavery. Okay, and other said that no he that he had an freedom for singer but he had passed away so his son had sold them off to someone and then his son ended up buying him back from that someone and then his son What did he do after that, after that his son ended up

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freeing him up because I came I came back to his son and he said look, you ended up selling the

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the the knowledge of your father for 4000 denims or something like that. So invested son, he ended up buying him back in premium. So this is a little bit about the allowance. I know, some people have had the, you know, the audacity to cast doubts in the, in the knowledge of academia and in the credibility of academia and in reality, or academia was a credible person abus would teach him and at times, ignore basswood learn from him as well. Bass was confused about a one one bass a lot,

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a lot to deal with that way another narration a lot of prophets I send them said Allahumma Li Mo l kita. Or a lot. Teach him your book. Right. So it was a person that even if it was rude at a young age,

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whatever ambassadors at a young age, was 30 odd years younger than even the misery that he used to praise his ability to do that. See, he would even say that if this man had the same age as us, none of us would be above him, if not above so, this is even more about the Hubble, the scholar of this oma basketball time or crema leg so he would sit down and

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Then he would teach him everything you knew. And then

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one day ignore a bass wouldn't under couldn't understand a certain concept in a verse. So it can him I said, I sat with a boss explaining to him over and over what this verse means, until he understood and then bass was so happy that he understood. So he felt sad for less than that he ended up giving me a clothes it clothing me with a with a garment, the beautiful garment. So this is a Kadima and then comes a group of people from them, what have you seen some very, very few that tried to cast doubt in the authenticity of Canada, but the overwhelming majority of the Ummah and the magazine at large, they totally rejected this and they said This is unacceptable criticism or Kadima. Kadima is

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considered amongst the pillars upon which the Hadith is is founded. Okay. And that's why one of the scholars, either Yeah, been mine or even in Medina, I can't remember that.

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That he would say

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freaking him out.

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He if you ever seen

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him if you see a man

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that is that is talking against wrecking him up to him who Islam, then go and accuse him of Islam of Islam being inaccurate. Why? Because likely what he's trying to do is he's trying to do away and abolish a portion of the Senate. That's why he wants to take that 59 that occurred historically, that was then clarified as well, because he had had one two other

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companions have a bus and he went to them and he said, Do you not remember about saying, bus talking? No. Do you not? Remember, it's not about saying that I am an authentic narrator or I am a reliable person and take from me what I see as it brought by saying, take from freaking him out whatever I have told him. So this man said, Yes, I heard him by saying that. So then it clarified the fitna, but some people they have a tendency of going and reliving the fifth and that had already passed. And they may have just been a passing conversation or discussion about an individual but some people have this this die the sickness within their hearts to to revive those, those fit and so

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I'm bringing this up not to revive it myself. The reason why I'm bringing this up is because in recent times, I have found people accusing Eric edema of being an unauthentic Narrator And hence doing what and hence trying to get rid of some of the ideas that were related by a Kadima himself. Okay, so another Ambassador epitomizes absolutely authentically. I didn't know about some of the Allahu Pada pada Abubakar Yasuda law old messenger of a lot but she you ended up getting old abubaker is looking at the profitsystem said Why? You know it seems that you're getting old now. Alessia Bethany who do palapa that the surah to who sort of hood and and waka and mo salah and

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Amanda rune, well, either shampoo, we're not all of these swap are starting to make me feel old. Why? Because they're all talking about the Day of Judgment. And if a person ponders the hawan the difficulties that will occur on the Day of Judgment, then

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then, obviously, the person will start to become old. Now of course,

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a person like the prophets have said in his perfection, some of the law what he was saying that he did not get too old. He only had a few here in the 60s. But But if a person was to really ponder the soil, you'll notice that they would shake the internal existence of a person or they have death and so if you had a broken father had that set up

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and it isn't solid.

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So if you're unable to work here,

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he says that somebody had told us on the authority of it

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from its base happens to be from Abu hanifa file upon Yasuda law all of them said

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there's an Sahaba said not aka chipped you have now you're now starting to get old. So the messenger replied, or the same reply but she Bethany houden. For

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those who have that are talking about the, the, the difficulties of the Day of Judgment, they are starting to make me old because he's thinking about these difficulties and the and the problems that will occur on the day of judgment and he can't beer but go into tears. So that would affect the physical existence or the profits or send them as well even though the effects were minor. Allah had nothing

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100 Allah hi def Anna Schrader soft one. And I've done many companies are made on er de la gente now notice the Prophet Islam is not getting old remember that the prophets I send them had been given a strength in creation existence that other people had not been given. So despite that fact that the profitsystem is in his 60s he only has his white hair and like a 30 year old man now just a couple years a couple there, not not too much. Right? That's the type of hair that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam had, and also some of the cinema they said, The reason for that is because old age, the white and gray hair are some things that people look some people look down upon. Right? always

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getting old, even women, they look down upon a man that's got a lot of white hair, because why they were like, well, it's getting too old now. Right? So

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and remember, understand this in a positive light try to think in a positive light. The The point is that if somebody has evil thoughts about the profits of the longer I do send them then they would become a disbeliever are those evil thoughts because we're not allowed to have evil thoughts about the Profit System, and hence Allah Subhana Allah had protected him from

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from anything that would allow anybody to have an evil thought a bad thought about the profits and send them Oh, look, he's getting old, old Look, he's getting weak now. The messengers or send them had strength and the messengers of Allah to send them. We looked like a young man, even when he was old. I'd be a room setter at a meeting with the bad from Abuja, from the team at the Baba tribe, on a day to nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Omar I believe, I beat him said he said I came to the messenger so I send them and I had my son with me.

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Garda he said, I wouldn't set foot Lee to Hoover pull to the mouth, he too had another EULA. I showed the messenger some longer it was sent him to my son. And then I said when I had shown him to him as in when I showed the messenger to my son,

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okay, I said to him, to my son has to be your love, this is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu It was a lot. So again, the prophets are sending me as being referred to over here, why is he saying this, about him says coming from afar.

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Buddha is coming from afar

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and he has been told about the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So as soon as he comes, he would bear witnesses that this is the Messenger of Allah and he wants to tell that to his son as well. Well, I eat so badly a lot on and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was wearing

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green clothes in that particular gathering while he thought that he was shouting and that's where the whole green clothes idea comes some people they love their clean clothes and a lot a lot somehow that speaks about the agenda as well when you invest in a car and hold on mentioned to CNY cetera right they will be wearing pheobe and hold on. They will be wearing

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clothes that are red

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sorry clothes that are green. So clothes clothes that are green are are good clothes but that doesn't necessarily mean they're

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there's a similar to wear green clothes. Because we saw another

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situation that the Sahabi said that I've never seen a person with a with a red garment hmm in a in a very

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in a night of a full moon

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better than the profits and loss of them so he was wearing red garment at that time. But what is something that is good is why clubs right because the profits or send them verbally encouraged us to do that in the zoo and by all means to wear white clothing. So the green is good but White is better. Well la he's so bad he got on. Well, OSHA I don't and he had close he had shot as well. Okay, the messenger is also gonna job. waka de Allah who shave a little bit of greatness had already come in those hair as well where she blew up

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and the shape of the profits is seldom the gray hair of the profits and send them are actually red meaning he had died to here that's what that means. They were actually right on a death metal Romania but we can go back to the point that some people said he never died. Other people said he did die and other people said die is here that is and and other people said that the profits and sentiment actually put a lot of earth or which caused them to go red so we can also translate it in any of those lights in the sorry in the last two lights. Not the first one.

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Hi, this is Anna Akhmatova, Romanian designer cerebral Norman. All the Santa's magical cinema and vacuum.

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cleaner the job interview samata radi Allahu taala and what can I

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say when did the head of the prophets or cillum accommodate any greatness? Allah lemmya confy Roxy also de Lyonne sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and shavon Alicia are often Pema Philippi. So he said that I did not see any white hair in the hair of the prophets of Salaam except in the head of the prophets of Salaam except a few. White here over here in the middle, Pima Philippi what's the MFI tip number Phillip is the area where you call me you call him this way in that way. So the here that's over here that this area is called a muffler because it's it does what is called a funk. it differentiates between the two portions of the here. So this area is called them a fillip. Right,

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either the henna while on the dawn, just like we said in the previous these on the profits or sell them would put oil on then there are so few that the shine Enos of the oil would sort of hide the greatness. So the one or two art here, there would not be appearance because it would look like it was just a little shine. Right? So that's how the hair of the profits is in the most. So so far we've gathered the following and we're coming to a close on this particular chapter, right? We gather to follow that generally the profits and send them did not have white here. Why did the prophets instead of not have one here? Because Allah subhana wa tada had present perfected the

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existence of the of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to a degree, that old age did not impact the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam pact, right, even though it had impacted him slightly, though he's a human being. And the slight impact was seen the fact that he had a few white hair. But it wasn't like the impact that occurred for other people. And this is from the perfection of it. sallalahu it was similar, right, as Hassan, Tabitha had said, right? When epidermal blah, blah, I'm including even Kanika Petunia pata tomato shadow, you've been created free of all defects. This isn't even created the way you've asked yourself to be created, or the way you wish for yourself to

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be created. So the creation of the Prophet was perfect, was a perfect creation, to the level of perfection that humankind can reach at least. Right. So this is it. Because of that the white hair or the gray hair were very few where were they few in the beard, a few in the head. The few in the head were primarily were in the, in the in the middle where the profits are some here here would be called a few more, we're in the middle, in the sort of vein, the two areas right over here where the muscles pumped when you bite your teeth. And also the un* accommodated a few white here as well. Aside from that, there were no white here in the body of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to

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our knowledge. Okay, now we're going to die in the here. Next. So so far, we're talking about the

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we're talking about the here of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And then we spoke about a few other topics also related to the hero of the prophets and send them and now we're going to talk about dying the here dying to hear. Okay, so we're talking about the ship here. Then we talked about the whiteness in the here. Then we talked about dying to hear and we also, by the way, have already touched on some of these topics. But he said Timothy, he's doing us a favor by putting separate Hadees related to each subject. So now we go to Babel, my Jaffe Flavio assuming that now we're talking about the dyeing of the hair of the prophets of Allah

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Desa who shaman

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medic, okay, the medic ignore made an even luckier than

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call Ronnie. Abu Hamza caught it to NBS Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So I believe that came to the Prophet salallahu audio signal. And if you noticed a little bit earlier, we came across the Hadeeth of obedience as well. Right? Yeah, yeah. You still had these before that we came across the idea of modems as well. So, we have to at least one in the chapter of shaping the other one which is a similar incident is the first Hadeeth in the chapter of dyeing the hair.

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I dated may be associated not only with it with a son of mine for color, he said even oka holiday he said Is this your son supposed to know.

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I have bear witness to that color. La, la la la caja de la. Don't let him

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Don't let him

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commit a denial against you.

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Don't let yourself commit agent I against him. Now, this was a practice in Germany.

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But I'm also considering that the chapter of hubbub, you will leave it for the next week, and we'll discuss a little bit about the Kolob. Also, we've already discussed the idea of lob dyeing the hair, and so on and so forth. So I think we'll stop at this chapter because maybe if we get into the chapter of hollub a discussion we'll get carried on for too long. And hamdulillah we've had about an hour of discussion on the Hadith of the Prophet sentiment, we've done about 10 Hadith, which is a good number and that's what we're aiming for 10 to 15 ahaadeeth a week so we did a lot this week. We've accomplished a good bit. There's a common law firm for attending, or something Allahu Allah

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say Ed Nam hamedan Allah Allah He was a big Marine, was set out to live in America.