Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 07

Abdul Wahab Saleem

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Los Altos Ramallah Rasulullah hamdu lillahi Handan ufp Yama who

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we will get from azita or sallallahu ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ajmeri along Allium, Noma and Verona and founder of EMA on LinkedIn. I was in New York at

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our back on air with Shama, and it didn't me the, the characters, the characteristics of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and what we're looking at today is Babel, Matt Jaffe, a Shia and Sunni last also last week, or rather the week before last week. We looked at a little bit about the clothes of the messenger saw Selim the here are the messengers also limit a few other things. And today we're looking at the life of the messenger sauce in the simplicity of the life of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you see the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was a person of knowledge. And he would implement that knowledge that he had been given by Allah subhana wa Tada. So the prophets of Allah where it will send them would not only just talk to talk, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would also walk the walk.

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And one of the greatest proofs of that is the fact that the messengers are sending himself he would say, Allah in Alberta that I mean an email Allah in Alberta that I mean an email Ella in Alberta, that aminal email indeed over shorty simplicity is from Emma, indeed, of assurity simplicity is from him on indeed of assurity simplicity is on email. And just as the messengers are lost in them is saying that simplicity is from a man is also implementing that simplicity within his life. And that is that he's telling other people to be simple, but he's also calling out to a loss of Hannah Montana that he keeps him in his old family simple by saying, aloha Madrid it is early Mohammed in

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Kuta, Oh Allah, make that is make the sustenance of the family of Mohammed quote and make it into just the amount of food that we need to nourish ourselves make it just into the staple that we eat. You see, when you have staple along with the staple, you want to have some, some sort of gravy along with a staple, you want to have some sort of chicken or beef for sauteed or something else to have right along with that. But the messengers are seldom is

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asking Allah subhanho wa Taala to make the food of his family simply that amount which will nourish him, or simply make it into the staple, that people eat without anything along with it, this is the daughter of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about his own life, but one may say or one may take from this, that yes, simplicity is from a man but one may take from this that. Look, the messengers, all synonyms life primarily went through difficult times, or many times during his lifetime, he experienced difficult times financially. So the fact that a lot chose financial difficulty for the messenger, SOS alum, and he would be patient there in natural causes that indeed

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have a surety that poverty is actually better than affluence, because the messengers also in them would always have the best of situations the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would always have the best of scenarios and Allah subhana wa tada would pick always the best thing for him. So if you picked out poverty for His Messenger, and the messenger made the offer poverty, all of that sign, all of those signs show that poverty must have been better. But in reality, the profit to send them went through poor times. And the profits I'll send them went through difficult times.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went through easy times and the prophets of Salaam went through affluent affluent times as well. So he went through all stages and phases of life. The profits are longer it was in them went through such phases so that he could be an example for everybody. When he would get money the profits on Send them would give it up, when he would get money, the profits or send them would be helpful. When he had affluence. you'd use that affluence as an opportunity for him to turn to Allah subhanho wa Taala because if you have money, you're not busy earning so you can go ahead and make their art to Allah and meditate for a loss of Hannah with Allah

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and get closer to Allah subhana wa tada through those means when you don't have money, then you have to work all day, then you have to do a lot of other things which people do that do have money, don't necessarily have to do profits. Also love went through all phases, all stages, all situations so you can teach people the best example in that specific phase of their life. So he was

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Once again, he was shocking. He was at a moment in his life, the rich that was thankful and he was at another moment in his life. And some people saw that the the poor person who was patient upon the poverty. Look, for example, in the beginning of his life, he's raised up as a team, child that has no father later on, very soon after, he doesn't have a mother as well. So he went from poverty sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then a few years go by the prophets have a long way to send them becomes a young man around the age where he's a full grown young man. Okay, ready to get married? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gets married to who he gets married to her deja vu are they

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allowed to Allah and ha, who was at that time? The who was hurry. Jody along with Elena was a dark time about 40. According to some narrations, or 28 years of age, according to other narrations, and both narrations are found, often only the first one is mentioned. But they're both found. Anyways, the prophet SAW Selim gets married to a young or an old woman. In both cases the profits in the long run he was setting him gets married to someone that is considered the richest businesswoman in the Arabian Peninsula. And now he has a lot of money and about that the profits in the long run he was sitting them said, law certainly be Malia is held our money in us. She ended up she ended up

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consoling me with her wealth when people were people deprive me of their wealth, people started taking everything away from the prophets, I send them when this message came. Khadija is right by her side throughout that time and she is supporting the Prophet sallallahu I do send them as much as she can. And before profited she's supporting the profits I'll send them for another angle as well. The profits or send them would go to up to Ari Hara, in what is known as Java Hara, as well, the name is also the name of the Jebel historically was also Java Hara nowadays is known as Java node. right but it was also known historically as I said, as Java Hara. And the heart itself is also known

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as it is found in the hadith of Bahati. So in the hadith of Bokhari as well, the prophet or Selim goes up and lately there was an added many days at a time, and he goes up to the mountain and he's worshiping Allah subhana wa tada up at the top of the mountain.

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Who's the one that's financing all this worship? Khadija because he goes down from the mountain when he finishes up to Khadija theatres over Dooley garlic, and then he ends up getting provisioned for the rest of the time that he's going to spend up at the top of the mountain meditating for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala yet again, again, Khadija is financing him, so she's helping him. So he's now going through a time where we're Khadija the Allahu taala. And he is there for him. He's got money because of his wife, and because of that is using that opportunity to get closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Later on Khadija is there no more. The prophet SAW Selim gets his prophet or

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poverty comes profits and Selim is patient, patient, patient patient, to a degree that sometimes he doesn't have anything to eat, to a degree that he did not fill up his belly with me twice in one day to a degree that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has months after months after months, three entire months go by and Ghana will be now allowed him to meet others who may not even want him to participate in a novel he says that a month would go by another month would go by a moon would go by another moon will go by another moment go by IE three entire months would pass. And we had nothing in our house from

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two entire months would pass and we had nothing in our house. Except what except

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and fire wouldn't even be living within our house. So they asked her how would you live she said on two things is one thing. Right on the two dark black things that are easy to found for fine for everybody water and dates. That's how they're living. And similarly, the profits of a lot more it will seldom get so much wealth in an email or booty. And then he starts giving it all up for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala to a degree that a man comes through the prophets of Allah or it will send them any gasps to take from him. So the prophets I'll send him gives him la Namah Bina jobaline he gives him a livestock between two mountains. So this man returns back to his family and

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his household and his tribe. And he says to his tribesmen, that us lemo accept Islam for enamel hamadani and

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Europe they are bought, I'm allergic and go ahead and accept Islam because indeed, Mohammed gives a type of giving, that shows that he doesn't fear poverty, a sign of having full trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala. So this is the life of the prophets of Salaam. He goes through every phase and how

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Hence, it is not fair to use this as evidence to say poverty is better, but poverty is at times better. And poor people should be consoled by the fact that a lot chose for the profits and silom poverty rich people should be careful of the fact that when they are given what wealth, are they treating that wealth?

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The way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam treated wealth and poor people should also be careful that when they are poor, are they disappearing from the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah is a disparity that's overcoming them, or is it patience as the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had been patient could begin, it's possible that our poor person is better in the sight of a loss of panels that are that dinner rich because of his patients. And it's possible that a rich person is better in the sight of a loss of panel with data because of his thankfulness and gratefulness. And it's possible that both of them are evil, or it's possible that both of them are good, because one

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is adopting patience, and that's the prophetic guidance in that regard. And and other is adopting thankfulness and gratefulness and that's the prophetic guidance in that regard. So the Hadees goes is such the first one had done Anna was able to do so he was able to do surgery that Doris Allah had done a homogenous Asian hammered Evans Ada Taurus as well.

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Okay, put a button so it says had that hammer didn't say that taught me all right or had told me on the authority of a YouTube and Mohammed from a YouTube for Mohammed even seeding

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by Guna and Avi warrior radi Allahu taala. He said we used we were with Abu hurayrah radi Allahu taala while Ethan Burnie Masha Hanuman kitten, and he had to thobes upon him. She was wearing two garments of whatever is wearing two garments Mushaf Honeyman cotton, they were made of cotton, and they were red in color. All right, there was a mixture of different things in cotton was amongst the material that this particular coffee was using, set them a hot coffee, I had the Hema so what did

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he do? He ended up spinning in one of them. Okay, forgot about him. But when he said, he said, Wow, he started loading almost act. And he started, you know, being shocked at the state that he's in

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that and he continues and explains himself yet the mahato Abu errata film Captain today Abu huraira radi Allahu Allah and who is talking about himself he says today he is spitting and cotton, la de la a Tony I saw myself Abu hurayrah he's saying I saw myself what in Neela hooroo FEMA, Bina membury Rasulullah, sallAllahu, jurati Arusha, Moshi and Alia I saw myself and I would fall literally fall between the member between the pulpit of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the house of Allah Chateau de along with Allah. And basically, he's talking about

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an older to materiality agenda. He's talking about the garden of Paradise Garden from amongst the gardens of Paradise, the profitsystem said, Now that you know, Beatty woman, buddy, oh, let's admit it, I didn't yell the agenda, whatever is between my house and also between my pulpit than that is considered a garden from amongst the gardens of Paradise. So who is saying that I would be inside this garden from amongst the gardens of Paradise, and I would literally fall on the ground. And he said that what would happen next was via g with Jay Z, then a man would come for yoga, Regina who are allowed to pee, then he would take his leg and step on top of me. What does that mean? If

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somebody is falling on the on the ground? They would? Why would someone step on top of them that that doesn't sound too nice does it and they'll Sahaba had beautiful character, you have to realize that character changes from time and place. What I mean by that is that certain practices are considered normal in one society, and they're considered absolutely abhorrent in other certain practices are considered normal in one time, and they're considered absolutely unwarranted. Another an example of that is if you take your hand today, and you put it on top of an agent's had, they won't like it. Most Asians, especially Chinese people, and I know this for a fact Vietnamese people

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as well. They don't like it, they're not gonna allow you to put a hand your hand on top of their head. They absolutely hate it. Right. And it almost means like war or something like that. And I have many Vietnamese friends. So I know this that they really, really dislike. Putting this particular you don't putting your hand on top of their heads. They really don't like okay.

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So, you go in another culture and you put your hand on top of someone's head, they don't even think twice about it. They're like Okay, put your hand sure whatever.

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It's a nice gesture of kindness even in certain cultures, and it's against gesture of love rubbing someone's head, right? So every culture has a slightly different sort of way of looking at different things. So over here, their way of, of making sure the person is okay was that they would step on top of them, instead of shaking them with their hands, they would use their feet to shake them, right. So as he's on the ground, he is literally, he's literally in a coma mother, she and Ollie, right. He's passed out. And because of something, and they're checking, is he still alive? Or is he dead? And then they think, well, maybe he's just crazy, right? Because what's he doing in the

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ground, he's sitting in the ground, you know,

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on the ground, in this in the middle of the semester, the lawsuit of Los Alamos in the middle of the area that is known as the origin. Now he's lying on the ground, and in an awkward manner.

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And he fell. So they're, they're trying to see if he's crazy or something, he's got a sickness or what's happening. And then he says, they sometimes would diagnose me thinking that I'm crazy, but will not be junoon. And I had no craziness or no mental issues, because today, I'm perfectly fine. Right before you walk in the door, nothing would be doing that to me, except the excessive hunger that I had the excessive and severe hunger that I would have, because of that, I would fall to the ground. And I wouldn't be able to even stand up this, what are the Allahu taala? And who talking? And you see, that's why

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he has so many narrations that he has narrated because people would be busy collecting money, people would be busy working, even the great sahabas they had their livelihood to take care of their families to take care of you. And that's a noble deed, by the way. But this man, he ended up literally divorcing the dunya for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala to gain knowledge. That's why, you know, even though he accepted Islam late, he was able to gain so much more knowledge than many of us How about in a very, very short period of time. So here he is, he says nothing is causing that particular fall to the ground, except because of the fact that I'm hungry. Now the question is, did

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in the beginning of the chapter, say Babel, my job here is to master the law chapter related to the life of the prophets all along where it was said no, this is not related to the life of the prophet to send them. This is related to the life of a well, why the author is trying to send you a hint. And that hint is that if the life of the Sahaba the companions of the Prophet SAW Selim, was this difficult, if the life of the companions of the prophets and send them was this difficult, then how do you think the life of the prophets I send them would be? And this message comes across in two ways. Number one,

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the prophets of Allah while he was setting them

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is a person of generosity. Right? The prophets I'll send them is a person of absolute generosity. And hence

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if the price and the profits It was also a person that would look after his idea, look after stock livestock, everybody if you were to consider him to be the shepherd, his followers, the profits of cinemas looking very carefully, making sure everybody has their needs fulfilled to the best of his own ability. So his followers are going through this tough time. And the profits s&m is not able to take care of them, despite the fact that you know, he's loyal despite the fact that you know, he has loyalty then how do you think the lifetime of the profits of sending them would have been? How do you think the difficulty of the profits or sell them is going through such that he can even aid a

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person like this? Right? How do you think his life would have been and he mentioned the story it's right next to the house of the profits isn't them so he definitely knows what's going on. Right? But even then the profits isn't was not able to do anything about it, people will come to his house. The Prophet was known for this generosity to the max especially in the month of Ramadan. Right. And the narration says of ignorant about that the prophet SAW Selim was more generous in the month of Ramadan Mina de and most masala, even more so than the passing wind. Why is the passing one and why was he more generous? The narration goes is such that the Prophet SLM was Edward Ignace. He was

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considered the most generous of people, but ganda Edward Amalia Kuhn,

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and the most generous he would be would be enough about Melbourne. He and I teed up when jabril aleyhi salam would come to him, right. When Julian and he said I would come to him he would become extra generous. And why would that generous generosity be the father comes over her fellow suburbia? Fini, tgd Thank you, Daddy. So

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when God would come and then he will do what he would then teach the messenger and, and and learn with the messenger and review with the messenger

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So the more the prophets, Islam would read the Koran, in the month of Ramadan, the more the prophets or synonyms generosity would increase, and that one of the direct results that we can take from this idea of reading the Koran is a person, his generosity increases. So the prophet to send him is definitely the most generous of people. If he had anything, he would give it to this person, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a man, someone comes and asks them for a favor, he doesn't have it, you will ask his one wife, the second one all the way to all nine houses, none of them have any food, then he would go and ask some of his companions or take a loan on behalf of him from even

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a non Muslim so that he can help him go through the tough time and get through the tough time that he's going through the loan is on him. This is the profit center. So he's not able to take care of over and over. Right. So if that's the case, then what do you think the life of the Prophet says and then would have been in this scenario, then? How does an apple Teva or the jazz or even a minor blueberry and melachim Dr. Paul, and by the way, before I even go ahead and explain this Hadeeth I think it's very, very important to to stop at the narrator Joshua been sued a man a little bit of a difference in the amount of blueberry is a narrator was an authentic narrator according to email,

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according to Evan Marion, and others, and Josh odoban surname and blueberry is actually a Shiri narrator. Okay. In fact, he's even though you even said to be awful the narrator meaning that he is pretty much a full blown Shiri, according to what's found in the books, and despite the fact that he happens to be a Shiri he happens to be a non Sunni Imam, it did mean he doesn't find it difficult to quote from him, or doesn't find it difficult to quote, a Hadith, which is on his authority, or he's in the middle of the chain. Why is that? Because historically an old and specifically in the time and the generations of the

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setup, they wouldn't look at a person in a very, very sectarian way such that if a person happens to be from a different sect, they should be literally outcasted from society, and that they are not to be learned from or talk to, or they are not even to be spoken to, or they are to be deliberately fully segregated. It says if there's a segregate there's more of a segregation between a sect in another sec, then a segregation between men and women from a single sex right. It was never like that. If you look at Bahati, it is full, not full as an there's no other people in there but it is full, meaning there's a lot of narrators who are shy within Bahati Muslim sooner, maybe that would

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match our other books of narration, you'll find books, you will find shy narrators and specifically in body you'll find Bahati was a fair individual, you'll find this in our did with he is, as we said, one of the students of body, right. So he's also taking from the legacy of Bahati. And he is quoting from a person who was quoting from a sheary narrator. And he's not finding that difficult, so long as he knows that this person is truthful, so long as he knows that he can trust his narration. That's enough. And Amanda is considering him an authentic narrator. You know what that means, in other words, is licensing people to narrate from this individual, meaning that he's saying

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go ahead and take knowledge from him. Mr. Mohammed is also a man even a marine is doing the same thing. Yeah, if rain is like saying, what's up, what's up? Oh, yeah. Marine, what does that mean? He's a thug, go ahead and learn knowledge from him. And you can go ahead and narrate this knowledge on from him as well. No problem.

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And the reason why I point this out in our times is because we've become so sectarian that forget narrating knowledge from one another, forget sharing information on it from one another. And I'm now not even talking about Sudanese and Shiites. I'm just talking about Sunni Islam as a whole right? Forget not even forget even narrating knowledge, we wouldn't even talk to one another. And even if somebody tries to talk, then that person is a deviant. And the person that spoke to the one who spoke he might also be a deviant. And the person who spoke to the one who spoke who the ones who spoke By that time, the effects are lost, but he might also have some, some sort of deviancy within

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him, right. And that

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ruling of the fact that this individual is a deviant or this individual is not a deviant and this person is it is erratic, and this person is has committed blasphemy are oftentimes those rulings are not even based on any substantial information. And oftentimes, those rulings are based on information that is considered what that is not even considered information would be that would be that would be explicit that would be appear that will be even appearing for that matter. Oftentimes, the information is ambiguous, and that it is made distant seem apparent, and then another guy comes in, makes it, you know, seem explicit, and so on and so forth.

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And then it goes from something so totally ambiguous that can be translated in 70 different ways. And it's translated in one specific way. And then now there's only one translation for it one understanding of it, and it becomes the known truth. I know this about you and even though there is no one that knows anything about a belief of another person, except what except Allah subhana wa tada why, because the belief is in your heart, the action show your belief, but if you have a bad aqidah there is no action that can show you that about a pizza. unless some of those I happen to have the manifestation in, in also actions as well Other than that, a belief in a law how you

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believe how you perceive a loss of kinda without it to be nobody can actually know that that's within your heart. If you profess otherwise, then that should be enough for people to accept or reject. Right? But people choose not to why because of their own whims and desires. Right? That's number one, then now I'm talking about Sunni Islam where we should be lenient right. And I'm now let's go a little bit further. Here is a Shiri narrator he found himself in Timothy's book. Do you understand that? Does that register for a moment? This is Sherry. Narrator he found himself in a room in a in a Sunni book even she applied that would be deemed erratic and I'm very clear on what I

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the word that I'm using here. Even she aka it which would be deemed her right it's based on mainstream Sunni Islam even such narrators will find room within so many books suddenly had these books.

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And this is not something that I am making up this is something that is factual. If you read Bahati and you don't put dig your head into the ground like an ostrich, you'll see for yourself right? I'm not only given dinar, Allah Masha Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and holmesian Otto what Allah and he said that unmanly given the knob for on the authority of Malika Medina on he said, Masha be and by the way, the reason why I bring this up today is because today our oma is being destroyed. It's being absolutely distracted.

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It is being annihilated.

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Why all of that in the name of sectarianism. I will lie here. This is something that allows messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had forecasted. You see you turn your face one direction, right? There's a bombing and the mom you turn your face in other direction. There's another bombing thing if you turn your face in other direction, there's a bombing back there's there's a killing inside of cultivos Sunni child as a retaliation and what happened to the Shia mosque, you turn your face towards Wait, there's a bombing there. These are countries that are relatively safe. All of that again, sectarianism. One kid decides to leave his house in Saudi Arabia safes, sound place lies

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to his parents saying that I'm going for him. And then he goes to Kuwait and bombs a mosque while people are paying Jamaat.

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Then a little, a couple of days passed by another bombing while people are fasting inside of a Masjid. And why because while we have to fight the Sunni Shia war, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had forecasted this, he said that, in the shale barn, listen to this carefully, this is your messenger speaking in the shale on eesa, a Yoruba features you know, to help indeed shavon had disappeared from ever being able to be worshipped in the Arabian Peninsula, well, I can fit the honey, she may not come. But what he's going to be able to do is he's going to be able to get one of you at the next of the other. You're going to go choke your friend, and your brother, and your kids

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and your kin. All of that in the name of what is all of that in the name of Islam. This is not Islam will lie. It's not Islam. And if we say that, afterwards, we start making disclaimers that look, really, I didn't mean it Look, really, um, I I didn't mean to things for things to get this bad. I didn't want it to get to war. I didn't want it to get to a bombing. I didn't want it to get to slaughter. Right. I didn't want it to get to there. All I was trying to do was establish a theological, you know, precedents for what I believe and what he believes and the differences between us too. When you start heart when you start

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planting hatred in the hearts of yourself and your followers and your families. For decades, after decades, after decades. Then the only thing you'll harvest is crying. The only thing you'll harvest is chaos. The only thing you'll harvest is what's happening today. That's what that's what you're going to harvest and someone will say well this is a Sunni Shia thing has been happening for years and years and years. It doesn't happen between Sudanese believe you

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Meet up in between some nice as well. The 15 Aqua shady I had lives after lives when the very fits not between in the Muslim Ummah, between the Sunni Islam had started the very first time that the Sunni Islam had broke off into a fitna, right where scholars had to run from countries because one was an Azure AD. And the other one was somebody. They had to leave countries that leave their homes, they have to leave their families. They have to come together and unite and speak on this matter with one voice. They had to write a letter letter to governments to save their lives. It occurred why it was another sectarian fitna between the Sudanese and then why does he nitroglycerin knees and

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machineries? It was a sectarian fitna that occurred between the Sudanese themselves, right, why because the hatred was piled up. Why? Because people kept on planting the seeds of hatred and what's gonna come out and what are they going to harvest? They're going to harvest chaos, bloodshed, turmoil, and things have sexually right? But there was also a time a little bit before that, where people were able to live like civilized human beings. And there is an example before you give me the alcohol even mine, and other such people right

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now shall be out Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a man who doesn't stop the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was never able to fill his belly up with with Hovis bread ever in his life. Well, I let him in. And also he was never able to fill his belly up with what would let him as well with meat.

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He never used to do that the profits I'll send them would never fill his belly up again, the profits and send him would practice what he preached the profits and settlement told the people that the worst thing you can fill up as you're building, so the profits are setting up wouldn't fill it up, right in Alibaba. And this is something that's really important, by the way, right?

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Paula Malecon says, do what I do. Let me add it by the Amanda Kevin de nada, who's the narrator of the Hadith. He says, I asked a person from the idea from the desert because they the desert Arabs, they knew Arabic better than the city Arabs at that time, at least. And now it's the other way around.

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He says that I asked a person from the veterans What does bothof mean? Right? The prophets I send them wouldn't fill himself up with bread, nor would he fill himself up with meet Illa Allah buffers except upon buff.

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Malik said that I asked a person from the idea what is the fourth

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person replied, and yet an hour, I'm a nurse, he replied, saying that about us is that you are sitting together with different people and eating food, okay. And the practice of sitting together with different people. And eating food is actually a practice that is praised. Eating by yourself is often a sign of what it's a sign of, of, of being bullied, of being very greedy.

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Right, because oftentimes, if you're especially when people are eating outside, they don't want to eat with someone else. Why? Because then they might end up having spent having to spend money. It's not a common thing within elderly especially. And it shouldn't be actually that everybody pays for their own food. Normally, what happens is one person pays and he's like, Don't worry, I'll take care of you today. So there are people out there that don't want to be that one person that pays for everybody. So they would rather eat by themselves, or they don't want to share their food with somebody. So they would rather eat by themselves. And there are other people who not only want to

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eat with someone else they can't eat, except with someone else. If they're by themselves, they feel like they don't need to eat. Right. And I remember one of the brothers was a who's a acquaintance of mine, he told me that his father was such a nature that if nobody ate with him, or nobody sat with him and had a couple of bites, he wouldn't eat the entirety. Right? He would you just wouldn't eat or he wouldn't like to eat or even if he ate, he would just be a few bites to keep them going. Right? But he preferred eating with people and in that regard, we have a hadith which is reported in many books often graded to be weak, but an RRP he considers it authentic and is the fridge over

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here. Luma Dean has an acceptable and that is the Hadith in which the prophets all along while he was setting them had said that habita army Elahi ma keturah alayhi ad, the most beloved of food to Allah subhanho wa Taala is that type of food upon which most hands fall meaning if there's a large large plate, many people are eating from the same plate, right? This is the most beloved type of food or loss of data. In fact, this Hadeeth is also reported to Ron it's also reported as a tradition that is attributed to a thought and definitely it's an authentic tradition to our thought of the

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Long as, as the scholars have established, however, to the profit to send them, some say it's weak and some say it's what Some say it's not weak but email I'm a de ma'am of Anderson Norwegian or the email of Suna, the person who was considered one of the most knowledgeable people of this should not. He said that there are four things that bring Barca about in your food, if you have a pen, then write it down. four things that will bring Baraka in your food. Number one, he said either look, ers law fee, or whether he when you mentioned the name of a lot in the beginning of it. Number two, was only the law of Haiti. And when you say and hamdulillah at the end of it, so you say Bismillah in

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the beginning, and you say Alhamdulillah at the end. And in that regard, we have the Hadith in which the prophets of cinema told the young land some Yahoo lamb semilla Olam

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say Bismillah coulby Amina Coco Malik and and eat with your right hand and eat with that which is right before you so the profits is in him and taught him to say Bismillah similarly we have Alhamdulillah and there is more than 100 Allah as well under the bomb anyhow that was up and even Lady for the minion will apply and there's other other Yeah, that you can

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you can make as well.

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hamdulillahi Ababa was a power so allow Maharajah right and there's many other draws that you can make as well. The first one was not the right draw. I made a mistake there so correct anyways, there's dr. oz that I shared the second one and then there's other ones that are more popular than that as well. So you pick any way you can save him to the law to Allah subhanho wa Taala and thank Allah subhanaw taala and praise Allah subhana wa Tada. But guess what our lady number three, we're Allah puts Baraka in your food is when you have many people eating from the same food if one person is eating the burger becomes decreased, right? And then number

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that was number three. Number four is what can I'm inhaling and the food happens to be for my for my health source. So number one, save us money. Number two saying hey, I'm good enough. Number three, do what?

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Number three have many people eating from the same food and number four, last but not least make sure that your food is halal. And I'm going to add to that number five. Number five, and this is an authentic tradition as well. The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Those four things were mentioned by Muhammad and adding a fourth, fifth, and that is a hadith in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said

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that

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good omen Joe giovanny v kuruman wasabia kuruman jawaani via kuruman Osaka nl Baraka 10 zero filosofia, a man had brought a large plate with the interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I saw a man had brought a large plate to the messenger cells in them. So the messengers also limit told us ohada Hulu min Giovanni beha eat from the sides of the plate, right? while kuruman was healthy, ha eat from the sides don't eat from the middle, right for in the Baraka that turns it off, he was out there. So indeed of assurity, Allah subhana wa Taala reveals the Baraka in the middle of, of the plate and not in the sides of the plate. So what happens sometimes is, especially in let's say,

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meals that have that are kind of like deserts, for example, a person is trying to get one specific piece of the desert. So they go right to the middle and pick it up and put it in their plate, right. So this is something that the prophets Islam discouraged. He said that the Baraka is going to be coming down in the middle, from Allah subhana wa Tada. So you keep, you know, sort of taking away from the corners, if you continue to take away from the corners from all sides, and everybody continues to take away from the corners. So Panama will make this food last longer, and a loss of China with the FDA will make this food be more blessing and a loss of what the FDA will feel more

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Belize with this particular food and moreover, allow open Baraka in the bellies that have been filled with this food, right? So this is what the messenger is all sentiment. And this is by the way, which is well if it's something that people notice as well, when you go right for the for the middle or you want to just take a big huge portion from the from from the one side or the other side. Because you see there's something unique there before somebody else gets it right. Then the buttock got in the food is decreased. Right? This goes for all sorts of foods, right? If it's a chicken, sometimes people just go and attack, right something that they want, even though there's

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other things that still need to be stripped off the chicken or let's say Turkey, because Turkey is bigger, right? But the point is that you go and work from the corners of the food and Allah subhana wa tada will put more Baraka in the food for you. So these are four factors that he said. Now, notice

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The reason why I'm mentioning all this is because these are also adaptive at the end of the day that a person is supposed to use when they are eating, when they're eating with people, right? When they're eating when people these are adapt that a person is supposed to adopt. And even when you're eating by yourself, this is a job that you're supposed to adopt as well. Amongst the adopt that you're supposed to adopt with people when you're sitting is different than this particular one that's found in this idea that we're setting is different than if you're sitting by yourself. If you're sitting by yourself, what do you do? You eat what you're supposed to eat, you know, you take

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a few bites. As a messenger saw, Selim said he has given the item up imagine you can assume that it's enough for a person, a child of Adam, just a few bites, that will be enough to simply keep his back straight, or you'll be able to stand up, you'll have enough energy to work and do things, right now, that's enough for a child about him.

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But when you're with people, the profits is cinemas eating too is full. Why? Because if you eat a few bites, or you barely eat, and the person is, you don't, he's eating away at this large burger, they will start feeling awkward that look at me, I'm eating like, like, no, tomorrow, I mean, eating like a horse. And this guy's just having a couple of bites, right? They will feel it feel awkward. And anyone that's been in that scenario knows the awkwardness that occurs at that moment. One guy, he's on this, like, super nice diet, and nobody's telling him to break his diet, but slowly work at your food. So you're actually able to maintain the race with your friend. Right? So and the other

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guy is eating a nice heavy meal. And that's something that's allowed. It's not how long, right? So they're both doing things that are absolutely Hello. But the one guy that's eating himself a nice heavy meal, he feels all awkward. The Prophet does send them from his, from his beautiful character was that if he's eating by himself, you'd eat just a few bites. If he's eating along with people, you would continue eating until they finish. Why? Because if he finishes before them, they will feel kind of awkward, right?

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And this was there's incidents otherwise, but that's not the common rule. He's saying over here, you would continue eating, I love both of you would continue filling himself up, especially if they're a guest over the profitsystem would continue. Why? Because if they, if it's a guest, he goes for a second, he goes for a third how long he's gonna start feeling awkward. What if the guy's been hungry since the morning he's been keeping himself hungry. Because you know, you know, he knows that you're a generous guy in your food is also a very, you know, you're a righteous man and your food is beautiful. And your food must be the food of a righteous man and how are we source so he's gonna eat

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till he becomes full? Right? As a man.

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It occurred with the amount of the amount of shadow he went to his house and he ate and ate and ate until he was full. Right? So people started finding that awkward saying that, why is this man eating until he's full? I thought he's a scholar. But he said the reason for that is because I know that your food is halal food, and definitely it's going to be from an absolutely hilarious Hello source. So I wanted to take as much of that halaal and beautiful food and that bless it food as much as I could, right so what if the person has some intention like that he's eating if you stop in the middle of yourself, then the other person will feel awkward to the profits and send them in every

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scenario, he would use a specific manner if he was rich, he would donate if the profits SLM had sufficient sufficiency, but it wasn't his own money, you wouldn't be busy donating but what you were doing is you taking the opportunity to worship a lot just as that was the case during the time that he had spent married or had a job before she passed away but all the along with the I learned how to hang on right and then when he's poor the profits to send them would be patient when he gets money donations start again when he's poor patients begin again profits and send them is by himself he eats just as a lot as commanded. He's with people he considers the fact that he's with people a

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personality that was an all around perfect personality, I asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us a theater practice to convey today we have kept the class concise brief, for a reason, because we are coming to the end of Ramadan and we are coming to a close on our classes. And this is the final class for Milan and after that, we will start back in shall Matata in the month of July later in the month of July after read. And I planned on doing just this much because again, this is the time that we should be busy with other factors and other things and, and and taking a very long class maybe a little bit difficult for people to listen to or hear. And so we will just do one chapter for the day

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and night after Ramadan. We'll go back to our normal schedule up until the month of August, where we will stop again and then we'll resume in September. Does that come along hunter? What's that Mr. de como la he will Baraka