Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 08

Abdul Wahab Saleem


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Sudarshan de la sought to cinema to learn from then we got to see that was all of Allah say Deena Medina early he will be many alumni alumni and for now on Bhima leptin I was eating I demon yeah kidding

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me a little bit I mean we're back after having finished the blessing month of Ramadan back in our sessions on the Shema in

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an RV so a lot more I didn't say Sallam Shema, Medea from the book that is also known as Shama elected MIDI

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we are discussing today but Allah the socks of the messenger, so a lot more it will send them double my job, you will feel a Sunni Illa. So, love it.

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Babel magic. So before we start, I'd just like to extend a region Barak and a welcome back to the class as well to all of you and we will be in the ninth data continue at the same piece slower or faster depending on depending on my schedule. And as I said, there will be probably parts of August upon all of August that we will not be able to have the class because of prior engagements. But September onwards, that will be back to our normal schedule, but I will try my level breastfeeding and I gotta also to offer the class during August

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during my travels, but likely at a different time. But unless you count as the bestest facilitators bubble my job to fulfill a certain

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chapter related to the socks of the messenger soliloquy.

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Okay, what's, uh, whoa, whoa, that's a good

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discussion to have.

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It have is

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a sock that is made of

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leather, okay. Normally, if you go to some Islamic bookstores, or if you were to go to a store that is dedicated to such things, this is now I'm talking about the Western world, or even parts of the Eastern world, for example, even here in Malaysia, if you go to bookstores that are dedicated to Islamic things such as, such as are things that are sort of perceived in Islamic things, such as people such as Miss wax, you know, such as books and other things of such shortly, normally also offer a sock that's made of leather. And some people choose to wear these socks. And they have their reasons why they do that.

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And this here, is going to be talking about how the host of the prophets, Allah how to send them was how the sock of the messengers of Allah buddy will send them was this is the letter sock, right?

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So in terms of the hooks, there's a number of things or discussions to have, first and foremost, how was this whole.

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And the answer to that lies within the fact within the very definition of the workbook, which includes the fact that it was a leather sock, it was made of skin, many times it may have been made of cattle skin or cow skin, and you will find out from the stock of the messengers of the love radio signal. So the messengers of Allah where it was sent them, he would use this sock also to wipe on top of it. Okay, that was amongst the practice of the messenger. So a lot of it was said that you'd use a sock and wipe on top top of a sock as well.

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This is something that is a practice that is conducted till today, when you're making withdrawal. Instead of washing the feet, you can go ahead and wipe on top of your socks. Now, the question is, any sock or a specific sock or the sock that the messenger wore the leather sock, the answers are multiple. But the first thing that we need to learn over here is that this is referring to the sock. And it's not referring to shoes. This is a major issue that we'll find some people getting themselves into. And that is that they'll wipe on top of their shoes. Now of course there may be narrations that also suggest that the messenger is wiping on top of his shoes. But we have to take

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those narrations within the limitations that they came not that he would wipe on top of his shoes and then take off the shoes. Right. And I've literally seen that before somebody wiping on top of their shoes and after having wiped on top of their shoes. They will take off their shoes, put it on the shoe shelf.

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Go to the masculine prayer. Now this right here is considered a loop that's unacceptable by the consensus of Islamic scholars, nobody is ever said that you wipe on top of your shoes, and then you take off your shoes, right? Why be on top of your shoes, according to the AHA is known as the wiping on top of what is known as a joke, okay. But even before we get into the joke, let's go back to the original idea. And that is that

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wiping on top of the socks, okay. So there's a number of conditions that I have listed in terms of a sock that you can wipe on top of number one, it has to be water resistant, because leather is water resistant. Number two, it has to be a sock that you can actually walk on, right, it's not something that you you can easily remove, okay. And the reason why the concession was given, of wiping instead of washing, right, is a can is a concession that was given

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because of the difficulty of taking off the song. Now, if you're wearing a nice cotton sock that just slips right off slips right on, there is no difficulty in slipping the sock on and off. Okay, so for that reason, the the cotton socks don't get the same concession. Rather, it has to be a sock that you can actually walk on for a prolonged period of time, if it's going to be that you're wiping for 24 hours considering the fact that you're a resident, then you will have to ensure that the way that salt can remain intact for at least 24 hours and if it's going to be that you're going to be wiping for three days if you're happened to be a traveler, then you have to ensure that the white

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cups remain intact for your basic day to day truck, you know, travel needs walking around, getting your stuff done on without shoes in that specific stuff because basically the hotel if after we're using it more or less as shoes back in those days, okay, so these are all important things. So number three, the sock has to be worn after you're actually on behalf right

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you have to wear the sock after you actually have completed the haul you can't just as in you have already made will do right and that's why one of the incidents in the messengers a loss of limbs life he was about to make blue and one of those who have tried to take off the socks are the messengers also known as the messengers awesome said that I will map for any levees to human quality that leave my socks alone because I wore them whilst I was

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whilst I was my feet were upon the hot as well as in I was a punk rock. Okay, so that means that

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you have to have Bahama in order for you to wipe on top of the sock if you don't have will do and then you wear your socks, you cannot you know why on top of such socks, so some people may make will put the socks on right on top of it before they even watch the feet. No, that is not okay, you really care, well don't put your socks on the next time when you need to make sure you go ahead and wipe on top of these socks as well. Number four is that the sock must be actually covering for the area covering of the area that is required for will will just from the toes all the way till your ankles all the way until slightly above the ankles, it has to be covering fully. If it's not

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covering that area, then it's not covering an obligatory portion of your feet to be washed, then what would you have to do, you'd have to wipe on top of the socks, and then wash the portion that's remaining. And this is something that is that is something that has not been mentioned in the senate also Law Center.

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So having to do both wiping and washing is not mentioned within the Summa and this is something that's not been discussed by any of the scholars. So this is basically collecting between the the original, the original ruling and the confession at the same time, which is again something that is very very problematic. So wiping the socks has to be considered in this particular route. This disqualifies the regular socks that we wear on a day to day basis the socks that you wear in order for you to simply

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you know, put your shoes on. The regular cotton socks are disqualified in this particular in this way of looking at things and this is by the way, the majority view on the issue and based on the majority view on the issue the regular scarf, socks will be considered disqualified. In fact, the traditions that did suggest that the prophet SAW Selim it also wiped on top of his gelato, his job which was more or less the cotton sock right

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those traditions are graded week by party and other scholars have had these as well, even though they may have been graded authentic by economic diversity, but they have been graded week by other scholars of Hadith. So for that reason, that's Aslan, that's essentially a matter of dispute within the Have you seen whether he even did it or not. And what we have established, however, to a great degree, to a degree that the narrations are considered recurring, to a degree that the scholars they even placed it within the matters of EDA, as to how we at the end of his appeal to how he right, is that wiping on top of the leather socks is it's an atrocity. And if a person does not believe in

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wiping on top of the other socks, then he should force himself to wipe on top of the socks, because he may This is doubting indeed, established and recurrently sold as similar to Rasulullah sallallahu, it was said, Okay, so these are some of the highlights or some thoughts around the idea of wiping on top of one sock. Now, I'll begin into our subject. But before I do, I'm actually going to take one back step and say, talk about a little bit about Judo, as I was mentioning, okay, juluca is that idea where you have two socks on top of one another, and Kate, in the case of shoe, you have a sock and a shoe on top of your your sock. So that can also be conducted as well, a person can wipe

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on top of his shoes, but when he does, he should intend the shoe itself

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or intend the sock knowing that the water will reach the sock

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and not the SOC knowing that the water will not reach the SOC or both knowing that the water will reach

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beyond the jumoke itself, okay.

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Meaning that it's permissible, but one must intend whichever object the water will actually reach to okay and not penetrate through meaning that if the water penetrates through the actual sock from beyond the shoe, so the shoe has a little bit of a hole somewhere. So when you put the water reaches the sock, if the sock allows the water to penetrate than the will do is not acceptable, because we said it has to be water resistant, right.

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However, if the sock can handle the water from penetrating, then we will say that you can intend the socks considering the fact that that shoe will allow the water to penetrate and dissolve or you just intend the shoe itself, in which case you're not allowed to take off the shoe afterwards, right because your intention to make will do is on top of the shoe. In which case also your shoe must have been put upon the holder as well. In which case also your shoe must be something that you can walk on for a day or three days considering whether you're a traveler or you are a local resident. In which case, also, you have to ensure that your shoe is covering all of the area that is obligatory

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for you to wipe apart. So you have to make sure that is recovering from your toe all the way to your ankles, many running shoes, for example they don't or restrooms, they don't actually accommodate this particular condition. So you would have to ensure that the shoe would be like a slightly longer shoe such that it's covering you're

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covering your ankles as well. By the way, this condition of covering the obligatory area also disqualifies many of the socks that are the ankle socks. Right? You just wear them they cover your heels they get right to your ankles, but they don't cover your ankles are there right below your ankles or they're right on top of the ankles allowing some during range for the ankles as well all of those socks are not considered acceptable similarly those shoes are not considered acceptable but if you're wearing boots, then that would be considered okay to wipe upon. But remember you can't take the boots after you off after you wait. You have to leave them on and make glue and prayer

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salami on top of that this was something that I thought is important since you know these will actually talk about itself as well. The first one had this and I had another city in our

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corner and then even solid and you hate creating creative Nagila

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data and every now and then the joshy that maybe you saw a lot already he was in limbo for years for the genie for the visa roma tomato Mr. Halima okay. Naja she gave to the messenger so lovely to send them a present to socks or fake leather socks is what a black one Sadie Jane they had no other color.

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Block, right.

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But let me set some validity Selma, so the profit is no more than

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right the fat over here is what they call the fat of, of an apple. And it shows us podia meaning that instantly as soon as the messenger or received the gift immediately the profits of the lover it was similar through his beautiful character immediately the messenger seller wore the gift and benefited from the gift that was given to him by an joshy. So this shows that the messenger is also the most keen on benefiting from the gifts which is also which is a very good practice because it allows room for a person's heart to be

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drawn closer to you. If somebody gives you a gift and you just put it aside and don't do anything with it then that is that that is sometimes painful for people to very like I'm giving you a gift and you just kind of discarded it or you put it away and you didn't use it in front of me or it just the person may feel like I want to see you inside of it. That's why some people even ask

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Can you wear it to show me please please please right. And so over here the messengers all sudden as soon as he received the gift, Celebi Sakuma right away the messenger sauce to the war them again to please the Najafi. Of course, he wasn't necessarily present at the time of gifting. But at least the person that was gifting on behalf of him the joshy would have noticed this and maybe conveyed it to him as well. He has he conveyed it to us as well, right? Or as it was conveyed to us as well. Thank you so much for immediately more than so metal, but then he means we'll go Well, Mr. Halima, and he also then white on top of that, one may say, Well, we were saying that we'll do is necessary to wear

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the socks, too, in order for us to be allowed to make in order for us to be allowed to make bahala in a way where we just must live on top of the socks. And over here. We don't have any mention of Lulu we don't have any mention of the lack of Voodoo as well. So the fact that the profit made will do after you put the socks on it doesn't mean he did not blow when he had put it on because we have been other nations have said that I will not invest obama but let me

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leave the socks because I wore them while still have to haul. Right. So that is another proof for us. And this is how we can reconcile between the groups are not able to say even

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Korea, even a visa and it hasn't even a yacht and Eddie's house and a shabby color automobile to be sure that they fit within the visa locker. I think he was setting them up for failure and a reasonable degree it can be rather in the joshy is actually a it's actually a name for and this was in going back to the previous abuse to comment on it a bit more. And the joshy is actually a title for the Kings that are from Abba senior. It's not a specific name of a person right.

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But this particular the joshy his name was us hammer us hammer with a font All right, he accepted Islam. He believed in the messenger so a lot while he was setting up and he died upon Islam. And

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when the when he died the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even prayed so often rely upon an Najafi and that is again amongst the proof proofs for him as well.

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As well Okay, so this is something to note over here that this is a an A joshy is

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a title and it's not a name. The name is us Hannah. Over here the next Hadeeth we have mentioned of defeat you can be okay and this was the previous one. The joshy off hammer was giving the profits a lot already we sell them a present over here. It was a hobby, a very beautiful one. It was so happy so beautiful that jabril Allen Salaam, Angel jabril salami himself would come upon the physical features he would shave himself upon the physical features of the area, in order for him to come as a human being to the profit center.

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So the added causes such add up to milliarden serve as mere reading.

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Linda V is also known for fame. They are gave the messengers of the love audio center to coughs, leather socks for lovisa home out again immediately. fatphobia firfer immediately. Immediately the messengers also look for the socks. What he saw, he said and job it in an automated what you've written. In other narration, we

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Have that defeat against the Sox any also gave a jumper a cloak to the messenger so a lot when you send them so the profits are lower it would send them he wore them and continued to wear them heptad hamaca until the thoughts

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they ended up becoming

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they ended up ripping so you would wear them on a regular the gift from here until they ended up ripping and holes begin to form began to form in the socks of the messenger. So Lagarde was send them

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we had her politely, he didn't even know whether the socks were

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from a type of meat that was slaughtered in a Halloween or it was slaughtered in a in a unlawful where it was dead meat or so on and so forth. He didn't know that. So this is also suggesting another idea. And that is that that meat can also be used in order for us to what in order for us to

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use the skin of it.

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As the scholars they say and in the chatroom a school of thought this is considered another MacGyver as well they consider this as well that is that

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if you have meat or dead meat, you can take the skin of the meat you can take the skin of the animal and skin it and then use the skin after having tended towards various things, which is the beta Toby development legend that can be more convenient or not.

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Right, that the skin of a dead animal can be purified through a process known as tanning. Right. And except the skin of a swine or a dog or those that are appropriated after the between the swine and the dog or between a swine and a swine and a swine and a dog and a dog right. So those particular animals are the specific ruling and that is that they're that meat cannot be cleansed, purified there that needs skin cannot be purified and cleanse however the rest of them, the messengers also let me set it in the Hadith, or uma II haven't done a lot of talk, whichever dead meat whichever skin rather is is purified by tanning, then that is considered pure. This is what the messenger

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sallallahu Sallam said, so over here, the Sahabi is telling us that the messengers are some more this particular skin without soft made of skin without even knowing whether this particular animal was slaughtered in a highway or not, whether it was considered impure dead meat or whether it was actually slaughtered in a highway. So this shows us that, that the skin of the meat is considered by hit okay.

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If it's if it's 10 that is okay. However, Isa will always have had a word was hypershade. And he was mostly right. So when he said Isa didn't mean he explained, who have always happened, the first narration was, it's not I was hapa severely, it's about his helper, Shay Bernie, and his name is Selena. Okay, this is all that's related to the socks of the messenger. Now he's going to get into the shoes of the message.

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Wi Fi now the last

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chapter related to that, the shoes of the messenger so so now over here, it's important to mention we spoke about the life we spoke about the clothes we spoke about the hair. And we kept on saying that all of these things are physical, all of these things are related to a social culture as well. It's not necessarily something that was he was doing out of some not. However, if a person chooses to follow the messenger even miss social culture, because of the Neo inside of him that he will get our word a specific type of reward for this, then we can say that inshallah tada he may be rewarded for this, because of the law, he had no idea that the grace of Allah subhanaw taala shouldn't be

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limited within certain limitations. Okay, so over here, we're now talking about the shoes of the messengers also them if a person wishes to wear something similar to those shoes, then so be it. If a person doesn't then he's not sinful and is not missing out on a reward but the other person may be getting some reward after the leave of a loss of data and lots of data Knows Best part

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of a shop

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and God will do the nsabp Vatican key for Canada

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and he will send them home after that.

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so how was NSA nomadic but data is asking that I say that I asked ns even Malik are the low dollar

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okay for Canada

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How were the shoes of the messenger sallallahu

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taala who must be better? He said in this hadith in Bukhari as well he said that, that

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these shoes of the prophet to send them had two straps, these are almost like the, the slippers of the profitsystem they are two straps, okay? What does it mean when we say two straps,

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two straps, meaning that

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if you have looked at Arabian sort of shoes, you'll notice that many of them have a strap that goes between the thumb or the toe, right, the thumb of the toe if you please. And the middle finger of the top right it kind of goes through there and and that's how you hold together your your shoe on top of your feet. If that breaks the normally the shoe starts to slip or starts to come off and so on and so forth. Right the sandals start to come so over here the messengers to love it will send them doesn't just have one strap he has two straps, there's a strap between the thumb and the middle finger and there's another strap between the middle finger and the one that's sorry, there's a strap

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between the middle of the

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the thumb

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amongst the toes and then there is another stab strap between the four and the middle finger okay of the floor in the middle towards you please have your foot so there's one over here and there's another one right over here. So those are the two straps then the messenger so a lot of it was and this slipper would would have Okay, so this is how the description of the messengers slipper wise two straps and not just one strap to hold together the slipper God that will great Allah Allah had done our Kia and Sophia

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and Holly and her father had that is quite interesting because there is a shoemaker in this particular chain as well. So of course the shoe maker maker would want to know how the shoes are the messengers and a lot more to send them work so that he can make similar shoes

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and Abdullah even had

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Tara cannelini

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and he will send them up the bat on Miss miyun show Akuma that the shoes of the prophets of cinema sandals of the messenger so a lot of it was send them had again two straps that were that had two

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straps holding them together as well. Okay so they were a single strap sort of broken into two with two separate straps holding the the the foot of the messengers also them together with the shoe of the messenger so the longer you send them, but I had no money I thought I had

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a job ad Allah

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Allah Raja Elena NSU, Maliki Nalini, you're waiting, must be by God. Allah

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is it

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is is the servant of the messengers on the left. So possibly, within a surface, some of the shoe of the messenger saucer that may have been needed to be disposed of or so on and so forth, or for a reason or another, and has had access to the issue of the messenger, the sandals of the messengers or the live audience. So Lisa says that ns had taken the shoes of the messengers or send them or the senders of the messenger system out to us to show it to us. And they looked as follows. They were jealous. As they had no hair on top of the rubber, they're being made of leather, right? So Darwin is an important

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attribute dimension that the despite the fact that it was made of leather wasn't leather, or just skin. It was skin that was taped that the hair of which was removed already. So it's actual leather wasn't just your skin, right?

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Not laying your

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shoes that were skin of the

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From the leathers, and it had two straps again, all of them are describing the shoes to have to strap to sandals. But I definitely thought between them Fabien explained to me that these were actually after an S head, the head either died or left, he had told me that these were actually the the sandals of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, on a death sentence happened to Moosa.

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And I'm sorry, this also shows us that the Sahaba, were very keen on keeping the

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belongings of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam together with them, you see, many of the

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Sahaba would actually keep the belongings of the messenger soul over it and send them to make the bulk from these belongings to do what to gain Baraka from his belongings, some of them for example, selama, would have a here of the messenger salsa them, and and if anybody would ever get sick, they would send a pot to him, set them up to take the hair and dip it in that particular pot, and then take it out, and then return that pot back to the individual with the water that was in it. And that water would then be used it for Shiva by the individual. So this was a way for them to see Baraka from the belongings of the messenger. So love it, essentially, they were very, very keen on

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protecting and preserving these belongings, right. And this is the case, I think over generations as well that, that the protection has been pretty, pretty carefully done of the belongings of the messenger. So a lot of it was and even though even worse, and other things that some of these things must have been lost. And number two, some people who are sinful people in this regard, they may have proclaimed over generations and over time, that this particular belonging or this particular object is actually from the belonging of the messenger, Sawsan, or that object, or that here or this, you know, shirt, or this cloak, or this, these shoes are from the belongings of the messenger, so long

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as you said that, right. So this is something that that should be noted that some things are attributed to the messenger. So some words, they're actually not the belongings of the messenger sallallahu ideas and other things do remain established that they are the belongings of the messenger. So the love it, you send them, there are ways to verify, just as there are ways to verify many other things in history, right, but the verification cannot be done 100% because things have been lost over generations. But this does not mean that nobody has anything of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam today, that is verified, this is considered absolute, you know, sort of

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an extreme position in this regard, that is more or less a reactionary position to those people who constantly proclaim something to be either the hair of the messenger or something to be either the, you know, the,

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the hair of the messenger, or the shoe of the messenger, or the sort of the messenger, or so on and so forth, you can go to certain places today. And and you can simply, you know, someone will have different hairs and different swords, and so on and so forth. And you can go by it. And that will be your year of the message this of course, wrong, right? There's nothing of such sort. to that degree, I mean, profitsystem didn't have 3000 swords, and this person in the store may have that many swords, or, and there may be multiple stores of stores of some sort as well. So we have to consider that there is people that made a commodity out of this, out of the feelings of the believers. And we

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have to also consider the fact that there are people that are that are actual heirs of some of these things. And that were harmed by the fact that some other people

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made commodified the idea as well. So a balanced way of looking at it will be that there are some people killed today that have sometimes even with chains of narrations that haven't been found fabricated, that can be verified objects that were actual belongings of the messenger sauce and them and other people, they have commodified this particular idea in every single situation. So we are fear and we are not warding off someone where they are actually justified where they can they're where their belongings could actually be justified the blinding of the messenger so seldom, we're not harming those people. So to be fair, we have to look at every situation in every single

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individual case separately and this actually had been conducted before, okay.

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A scholar by the name of a lady from during the Ottoman Empire had been a smarter individual than many other scholars those type okay.

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There was many people saying, we have the hair of the messenger, we have the hair of the messenger, we have the hair of the messenger. So he said that we have certain traditions, however weak they may be, but we have certain traditions that show us that the prophet SAW Selim did not have any. He did not have any shadow. Okay, this is a this is something that isn't this initial dispute within the scholars whether you had, whether he had,

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you know, a shadow or not, and let's really remain academic here. And let's not get fooled by the, you know, sectarian debates between certain groups. One group says, though, this is the Sufi position, why, because they want to say that he's made of light and other group says, No, this is the Wahhabi position, because they want to just, you know, totally discredit anything related to the messenger, there are Hadith that suggested this particular idea. And there are they're primarily weak or some are fabricated as well.

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Let's say some are not, some don't have a base to them that we don't we know of at least. So it could be that he had a shadow. And it couldn't be that he had a shadow as well, lots of data knows best. But this particular scholar had a bright idea. He said, Look,

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we have traditions suggesting that he did not have a shadow. So let's put it to the litmus test this way, when we'll verify the traditions, right, number two will also actually verify the hair as well. So they went through the here that were proclaimed to be the hair of the messenger, and this is maybe less than two centuries ago. And they went here by here, and it's recorded history, this is during the Ottoman Empire, the late part of the Ottoman Empire, it's recorded in records of history, right. And it's a story that's narrated amongst the the scholars and it's found within history books as well. So it's not something that is just being pulled out of that this is something that occurred

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and occurred at a very, very large scale scholars from all across the world were were there at this particular event, they would take each single here and if it had a shadow, then that would be disqualified. And they actually find found multiple here that were that were shadowless multiple here they fell, they're actually shadow less. So anyone that had a hair that did not have a shadow to it, they certify this individual to actually have a year from amongst the hairs from amongst the year of the messenger subtle level it was send them with a certificate that was given in front of an assembly of scholars and not just one or two people this was done as I said in the late Ottoman

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Empire by a school the idea had been proposed by by a scholar by the name

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by the attribution of a baby they

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had definitely has helped to boost up and I'm sorry but so my point here is simply to say that some people have belongings of the messenger till today and an extreme take on it would be that there is nothing there and another extreme take on it would be that everything is actually his fraud has happened no color had nothing is happening. And it was it

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could have this an American Call of

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so over here I was wearing a and I was wearing sandals with recipie Yeah, what is it to me? Cynthia has an attribution to

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a script. Okay. And acip is basically a

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a shoe that is made of the cow skin that has been tagged Okay, this is why it's called a sip tea because sip dizzy the cow skin that has been done. So the shoe is known as a sip tear.

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And the reason why it's known as a city is because Sabbath is v2 means to get rid of the hair from something okay. So if you if you cut off the hair from something, then that is you say Miss moot. So it is attributed to the word cept because it means to cut off the hair from something Why? Because when you're tanning, you cut off the hair and remember earlier on we called it earlier on the narration said that did he I gave to the messenger sallallahu earlier said them was here. Yeah.

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story the ins and outs of Nike brought before

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he said with Bahama

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sandals that were gentle Darlene

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That we're that we're here as well right

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there we're here the Sentinels so that shows us that the sandals of the messenger so love it so number here let's Cydia is then explained to me that sandals that is made of cow skin that has been 10 but it's hairless cow skin, the skin has been removed the hair has been removed of the skin alright so he was wearing them

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so when he's when he was asked

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he said that I saw the messenger salsa wearing

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sandals that had no hair on it, and he would make will do and put his feet in the sandals. So because of that I also love doing the same thing as a messenger. So a lot of articles send them and we know from the history that a murmur in specific was very keen on following every little thing that the messengers or Lagarde was sending her done and this is also something for us to note that since it had this normal had this practice of following every little thing if the album was born a certain way you would wear it if you walked in a certain spot he would walk there he breaks a line a certain spot he would do it so this shows us that there is a message within this habit as well that

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accommodated this that if you were to wear clothes like the messenger sauce and then for the sake of the fact that the messenger did it he said for any investment woman he said the reason why I'm doing it because the messenger did it I saw him doing it I want to do the same thing. Right. So if a person does it, then this may be considered workable and this is the this is the methodology of eminent remote in specific for monks. That's how the data is happening. So someone will come and say this however they denied this methodology and normal and others did did not accept it and okay philosophy did not but he's still so happy and somebody wants to follow the methodology. Leave him

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alone. How does it happen? I have definitely

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not even visited and finally Nola Donna and Abby relativity Allahu Allah. Allah can and

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she relies on the LaGuardia send them off the bat

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that the sandals of the messenger saw center to strap same exact thing that we had discussed earlier on now.

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He's gonna start talking about other aspects of the center okay

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balaghat de

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cada una vida de la shouldn't fear honestly de cada a destiny muntanya I'm not even sure if you're pulled over at a pseudo line so LaGuardia etc you'll suddenly see naledi muscle fighting I saw the messengers awesome praying a lot in sandals that were super thin that were stitched what is stitched me over here that was two levels of the soul were stitched together so the bottom of the the the sandal sometimes as one level but at times you place another level and it's digit together it either gets you more comfort or it strengthens and reinforces the sandal so amongst the sad things was that the prophets I send them would do this for himself if the sandals breaking apart the Profit System

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was digit. Or if he wants to add another layer to the bottom portion of the sandal the profit center will take a needle and he will do it himself. And this is what we find in the heads Oh man, what we need is already a lot of data and Who said that? Who's asked mercan in the bean sauce last night at what was it that the profit center would be sitting around doing in his house audits get your nails done all the things that one of you does, he will do it as well. You have to see funada you would correct his sandal himself and he will add an extra layer if he needed to the sandals himself while you're up there and he would also fix his job as well if it was breaking apart or something the

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messenger so a lot more it would do that himself. Right. And it's It should also be noted that the profits of cinemas pre pre within the shoots as well we have not found in the actions of the messenger so long to send them that a person may pray in the masjid in with the shoes on okay. Now what should be noted is that the massages that the prophets are sending them would have access to and even people that came after him were primarily massages were almost primarily massages that were that had

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that straw mats or they were massage that had no mats altogether. It was just a bare ground with a with you know, some tree trunks that were that were trunks that we use to make

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roof on top of them with other branches, and so on and so forth. And then people will just stand under these branches. And they would pray so forth accordingly, you see what I'm saying. So when people are walking into these massages, it's like walking anywhere else in the world, right? However, the massages that we have now with nice, beautiful carpets that smell nice and that are washed on a regular and that and that and that, that is not a mystery that you take your shoes inside of and say that look the messenger as soon as that would you would pray inside the msgid with the shoes on. And I say this because I've actually found someone in my own, you know, very short

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lifespan, conducting this particular practice and saying it's a symptom. See, there's many things that people just say. So for example, somebody wears, you know, in a public setting wears a shirt like this, right. And then when asked the messengers or something used to do it know, the profit center will do it, you want to do it in an appropriate setting in your house, so on and so forth. I will say this Mila, follow the Sunnah of the messenger. So a lot of it isn't right, as in follow what he had done as well. But the messengers all sort of had buttons had buttons, what does that mean? The fact that he had buttons means that he must have gotten them to, you know, make them made

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sure that he may close the shirt. Not that the buttons were automatically placed there. See nowadays with our shirts, what do you see here? Let me reflect it in the sun. So you can see a button right? This button is automatically there, when you go and pick up a thought I'll see

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you know how domain or any other so automatically, you find the buttons placed there, even buttons are not you're not going to use, right these ones here. Sometimes people find it difficult to use. Even those are automatically placed their own result

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for the messenger, so I'll send them a soap is made while

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it's soap is made, particularly for himself and not for other people, not for other people. So everything is customized. A button actually costs money. right for us in the way we look at money and the way we look at life. It doesn't cost anything really it's like a couple of cents or 50 cents, or real or regex or wherever you are accordingly. Right? So it's not a big deal. Even if it breaks, you go buy another one, Please adjust to showcase it even if you're never gonna actually use the button, right? Because it makes more sense. This is the general norm of society, that is not the case. And not society. Either you have buttons or you don't. So if he's having a button, that means

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he's actually using the button that's right, similarly, or when the profits and a lot of it was in them is wearing shoes in a certain place. It's in a certain context. It's not the context of the beautiful, nice fresh smelling recently washed and

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shed good carpet in the restaurant where you bring your dirty shoes and walk into the machines and say this is the thing that was really not so long ago it was Elon, let me try to follow this. This is really in reality, not to some numbers or pseudo lessons. You're harming your fellow believers, or whatever is happening the Moosa I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

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It could have been seen as out and about another sort of lifestyle synonym heart, Lion, Shin hadoken phenol in wider

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lean and homogeneous Jamia, I would imagine

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the messenger sort of said do not allow any one of you to walk

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in one shoe.

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rather let him wear the analogy and let him wear both shoes together. Or let him take both shoes off.

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His head ease is actually more powerful than it seems. Very, very beautiful. Tremendous heavy. Other messengers. Awesome.

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Number first benefit is that it is makrooh for us to wear one shoe and walk in that one shoe. right this is something that the scholars they said this McCool and they didn't say it's wrong in this particular case, right? Even though another direction we have that says in the shape honor young she did not enjoy that because she thought ends up walking in one particular not one shoe or one saddle, but it's not how long it is considered bookoo Alright, and there are many reasons why you can consider something McGrew that was essentially to be understood as hell.

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Many reasons to consider something McCool that was otherwise to be considered how long and I wrote a research paper on this question.

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Thinking the topic collecting all of the reasons that a person can consider when looking at this particular idea where something is actually how often something is a 90 a clear imperative verb telling us to not do something. And in reality that to not do something is some inference comes in blocks it from being

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impermissible to being disliked and not impermissible. So, this is a an aspect of the sciences.

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And I gathered a book as I said, together or sorry, a small article together on this particular subject where all the different reasons why something could be considered macro despite the fact that there's a nine year despite the fact that the Messenger of Allah is forbidding but in reality, it's considered Roku. And one of the things that I found is that if you look at the scholars, they actually consider many times where the Nike is attached to

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the shape on doing something right, and allows messengers or send them brings the fat, fat in the shape on yakushima shape on a famous shape or the M she did not know that. So the message is awesome is this for preventing us from doing something that shape I'm by nature does not by his his filthy nature, just by nature of being a bee, he does. That is not always taken as an impermissibility even though it may seem that right. I'll tell you what I mean by this, in the case of

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in the case of this particular tradition, and also in the case of the tradition where the profitsystem said Lata Kuru, Mishima do not eat with the left hand, because she upon it to the left hand, one may say, Well, she thought does it then it must be held up? Right.

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And the messengers forbidding it then it must be hard.

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But in both of these traditions, the overwhelming majority of the oma and environment knowing actually narrated To me, the fact he can senses and the reason why I use the word default is because there's a very, very small difference of opinion. There's Okay, so there's a narrative of default in the issue in, in, in the shop hustler, a Muslim despite again, the fact that the messenger said the reason is because she was doing it, he narrated it, the fact that it is not how long to eat with your left hand, it's more cruel, it's disliked, he was elected very disliked. So because again, chiffon is doing it, that's why the messenger is forbidding him, even though there's no clear reason

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why we shouldn't be eating, right, but Shabbat is doing so profits are serving profit, right? So my idea here is simply to propose that some things apparently seem very, very clearly. So how long right such as when nonprofits or send them says something is wrong? Or don't do something? Because you should be going against the energy?

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How do we stay away from the people of the book, stay away from the people of the Jews and the Christians stay away from their path? Right?

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Not every time where the profitsystem says, go against the Jews and the Christians is, in fact, often it is not. Often it is not. Right? Many times it is not wrong. In fact, some scholars will even use the fact that the messengers are 70 that stay away from the path of the Jews and the Christians for a reason to believe that the night that the forbidden was actually not binding, it was a non binding for visit forbidden.

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Right? So these are things to look at when you're looking at an ad. So basically, my point here is simply to say that this is not true, and not Haram. And there are many reasons to look at why something will become wrong. This doesn't mean you follow the path of shape and someone will take this out of context and say this guy's gone. Now he's telling people to follow your thought no, this means that something that is a appear in practice, we stay away from the path of truth law. That is the point here even when you say is disliked we say even something that is just a period practice that has nothing to do with about nothing to do with religion, nothing to do with anything, because

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she thought is so detested. In Islam, we stay away from even things that he ended up ends up doing, just by the nature of being a creature. Do you see what I'm saying? Not by the nature of this being religiously wrong or right just by the nature of being a creature we try to avoid that pathway because shape honestly, we don't want to. Okay, this is actually should should be understood in this light, and not in the light of well, he's taking easy with the GFR This again is not me. This is the overwhelming majority of the scholars and the reasonings that they gave in this particular regard as well. But this is number one, number two is the fact that

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The messenger sauce in them had forbidding us from what it forbidden us from wearing one shoe. Similarly, the profits all sudden forbade us from a buzzer, what's that it's to shave a portion of the head, or a portion of the head and leave the rest of the head with hair on top of it. Some people, they have the Mr. T style, right? You put the hair over here.

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And he cut off everything over here a couple

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days ago, I was driving outside of the city, somewhere in Malaysia, I was shocked to see a person on a bike in one of the rural areas of Malaysia as well. And the person was on a bike and he had the Mr. T style going and he actually had riding around his head with the everything else will shape. So this is called the plaza. And this is considered this considered disliked in Islam as well.

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And the messenger saw some bad news on the profits of sentiment for bitterness from from this particular thing, right.

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And again, that's also mukou or not how, but my point is that, that and that has its reasons as well. So my point here is that notice a lot of messenger forbade us from shaving half the head and leaving half that here. Similarly, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had forbidden us from sitting in half, half in the half inside of the sun, and half inside of a shade. So half your body no shade, half your body has sunlight, you know, afflicting it, either you go into summer you come into shape, you make your pick, don't do it half and half. So notice there's a lot of times he's telling us not to do half and half dome shape I don't leave out from there, right. By the way, when

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I say don't shave off, that doesn't mean the way some people like to do a slight trim, stronger trim around here and a lesser trim on the top right

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you know, a slightly stronger trim around here and a lesser trip on their trim on the top that's not considered cut off or mukou that is considered Okay, we're talking about shaving and then leaving the rest of the year on the other side, if you want to trim your hair slightly or so on and so forth, I mean, that is considered that is considered permissible okay. But anyway, go back to what I was saying here, half and half, in many cases the messengers also been permitted. So from this some scholars they said to me, I being one of the said, this is from the idol of the *tier This is actually from the justice of a loss of kind of data that he doesn't like for one limb to actually be

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experiencing a benefit that the other limb remarks. So when you put one shoe on one shoe, one foot is experiencing a comfort and the other foot is not experiencing comfort. So in one way or another that's injustice to the foot that's not experiencing the comfort. And for that reason, a law forbade that injustice or a lot made that justice disliked. Similarly when you shave your head off of it, and then you shave the other half the other half of the air one portion of the head is enjoying the hair another portion is enjoying

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another portion and portion is here less. So depending on whether in wintertime or summertime, one portion will be joined, the other portion will be afflicted with difficulty because you shaved and let the hair grow on the other side right so that is a good injustice from one part of for one part of the Year for one part of that. Similarly when you're sitting inside of the sun, front with half your body and you're outside in the inside of the shade from the other part of the body, then you're committing injustice to the body faculties are actually in the sun whilst the body factor the faculties that happen to be inside of the shape. they're experiencing the benefits of the shape. So

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this is from the completeness of the justice of the deen of Allah subhana wa tada that even within these regards, Allah subhana wa tada doesn't wish for us to do what injustice towards our own bodies rather Allah subhana wa tada wishes for justice and because of this particular a lot of reasoning, the scholars they said we can include within this other factors as well. So we can include within this

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taking off your sleeve and letting your jacket hang like this right some people have that particular practice letting your jacket hang and this way so one sleeve is on and the other one does not wear similarly socks as well, from scholars they said you shouldn't walk the PX would also necessitate that. You shouldn't walk with one sock on the profitsystem spoke about not about shoes but one sock is also included or one glove. Right and sometimes the way people wear the the

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the Bisht right with one hand out and the other hand actually inside is actually the style of wearing a bishop. This some scholars they said it's considered also within this particular realm of mukou with disliked but others

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said no. And this is not modern scholars trying to make excuses for themselves. No, this is a historical view I'm talking about. Others said no, this is actually a practice that is considered a social socially.

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Almost a socially

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positive practice. So this shouldn't be considered within the past. But anyways, in either case, it's best to do justice to every aspect of your body. ask Allah subhanaw taala to give us the trophy, to practice and to convey. But the question here is that, does this mean that even taking a step or two is considered and permissible? or disliked? Or does it mean that a step or two is not what's meant it's just generally walking around with one shoe or generally walking around with one sock. Some scholars, they said that a step or two just like for example, you put your shoe on and you're just taking a step to get to the other shoe that is considered that is considered

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permissible, right? But chip and basil him a lot. He was asked about this. And he said that, he said that if you are able to follow the Sunnah, and not go against the Sunnah, even with one step, then don't do it. And I say the same thing that if you're able to do it, but if you're not, then a step or two, when you're just trying to put your sock on and you have to take a step here or state stuff there. And you're taking your you took put your shoe on the other shoe is that a steps, the distance from you not that it is at the end of the house or something like that, right? It's a steps distance from you, and you take that step in order for you to put your shoe on. And that would be considered

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permissible and there would be nothing wrong with that kind of had this nice happened.

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On an American on a busy day job, and under the BSNL law, you send them in. And you will additionality William sheffy, not into either the messenger so a lot more so than forbade us from eating that.

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Eating in with the left hand, and also forbade us from walking with one shoe. And as I said, this particular curriculum is within the realm of karma and Natoma even though for both of those that got not one for both of those Gup, the messenger center because shavon is doing it. So this mean, look to some of us as if it's suggesting impermissibility but it is not. And this is where the overwhelming majority of the Omar lies in this particular problem on the table American How does this happen?

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How radical it is, you know,

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I didn't read

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all of his data even

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the beginning. Now he's talking about the job is done about he's done discussing, you know, for actually, for a little while he's been talking about the job is not done discussing, the looks of the saddle is now discussing the job of wearing sandals, we spoke about wearing it in both feet. Now we see also remember that you should be wearing with your right foot starting off with your right foot. So the message was awesome said whenever one of you wears for the web, and he did let him start off with the right.

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What do you guys offer? Yep, that Mishima and when he kicks it off, then let him take it off with the left, right. The messenger explains himself first akuna you know what I'm gonna do not so that the right one becomes the first of the two to be worth what I feel automatic. And the left and the right one becomes the latter of the two to be taken off. So in both cases, you give the honor to the right, and not to the left. And why is that? This is something that Allah subhanaw taala had chosen, right?

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ally chosen the mean the right for himself and the people that are righteous. That's why on the Day of Judgment, the people will be on the right of the throne of Allah on the Day of Judgment, the books of the righteous people will be given to their right. On the day of judgment, the people that will be given their books to the right, there'll be none of us have What do you mean,

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And so on and so forth, and many other things. So you mean was something that a lot preferred, and this is simply the will of Allah and not the fact that many people are right handed and not too many people are left handed and so on and so forth. That's not the the reason that is a reasoning that some people said but this is a wrong reasoning. It's not an appropriate reason but human dignity, not a race at the median hakima dignity. He mentioned this to me the reason that this is something that a lot chose from his world, this is something that lots of parallel data knows best, why and where but this is something that I chose the right to the back of a

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hammer the

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Jaffa doesn't

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shut up. Maybe

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an eyeshadow the amount of data that cannot assume a license and you should put them on the profit to send them would prefer right? Doing everything with this right must step up as much as he could even start everything with his right feet or duty he when he's wearing what he's claiming is here What did he and when he's wearing his shoes what Bodie

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here also when he's making will do or when he's doing bahala in general when he is purifying himself either because it will do or is purifying himself in

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it wasn't as well. So, in all cases, the prophets also would prefer using the right hand this is something that was from the student that was really Law Center. So, anything that is

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that is something that should be honored, you start off with the right anything that should not be considered honorable, you use the left hand so for example, wiping yourself after having a call answered the call of nature, the left hand is what's preferred and not the right hand and so on and so forth, okay. So, right hand should be preferred and on in honorable situation right foot should be preferred and honorable situation, such as entering the last left should be preferred in

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not necessarily dishonorable, but going from an honorable state to a lesser one. So for example, if a person is walking out of the restroom, it's not dishonorable to walk out of the machine but it is you're going from an honorable state situation scenario to a lesser one. So you're walking out of the restroom you take your left toe and you also honor the right foot by eight remaining within the honorable state for longer by leaving the foot in number strip the right one until you take the left one out similarly, you take honor the left foot or the right foot by leaving the shoe arm until you take the left foot off and then you put up then you take the right one but I have definitely

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I've worked in a lot

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of places I Boomerang area called have definitely shall be more a lot upon God and Italia Masuda la Santa Clara table on

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the test that the sandals are two stripes, twos, you know,

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two stripes to them, they that's already been discussed, right?

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Well, Aviva had our normal all of them had what, two straps, rather, all of them, not two straps, that's all already been discussed.

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So rasulillah had two straps, who else had to stretch a little buckle remote, all of them huge, two straps in their feet. The first person to start using the fashion of what a strap was not all the alarm data, what a woman aka Dr. Dan Washington, or it's not the first person to use just one strap within his shoe. And that's the more popular way nowadays, right? Within sandals, then that was not only about everyone the reason why this man did it possibly was because this man was trying to send a message that yes, I will look at it from ideally before them, the Prophet did but this doesn't mean that this is considered a binding. So not everybody has to use true stop straps, not everybody

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will have access to such things. So for that reason, with Manuel the amount that I made, and we made it easier for people by using one struck and if a person wishes to use two straps or one strap all of that is considered a lot closer to how the messenger did it is two straps does not come alone for listening. The next chapter is the chapter related to the ringing of the messenger. Okay, we're going to talk about the ring next week. And we're also going to talk a little bit about jewelry for men. Okay. And I'm going to talk about this in more details the different with what one can wear, what one cannot wear according to the different opinions. So please do attend with the lighter Allah

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below him for listening again. Also Allahu Allah say he didn't. He was like the adrenal settimane come to light of our cattle.