The Life of Imam Al-Bukhari

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Abdul Wahab Saleem

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In this lecture Sh. Abdul Wahab Saleem narrates some of the events from the life of Imam Al-Bukhari.

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spinoff from de la salatu salam ala rasulillah hamdu lillahi

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wa salam O Allah says, you know, he was very

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caring manufacturing.

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Today we're going to be discussing the life of immigrant Buhari or Ohio law.

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And none of us don't know the existence of an individual by the name of Buhari.

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But a lot of us fail to recognize the great virtue of this a man by the name of Hamad

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bin is married, even Ibrahim

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al Bukhari androphy.

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Environment Buhari his full name is Mohammed is married and usually after that they say Buhari or a GOP and

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his great great grandfather or one of his ancestors by the name of but this he was a Persian,

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Zoroastrian

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and he never accepted Islam.

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However, the son of verges

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by the name of Al mahira, and you can almost hear the more Islamic names now. And mahira was the one that accepted Islam. And he accepted Islam

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on the hands of an individual by the name of Aliamanu, Dorothy, who was the governor of Bihar at that time, that neighborhood.

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So because of that, Mr. mojari, later on, went to be known as Mohammed is married.

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Because some of the relevant they say that the individual is attributed towards if a person accepts Islam, he's attributed towards the person who he accepted Islam upon his hands. So since a movie or accepted Islam upon any of your feeds, hence, they started attributing him towards a short fee as well. And then they named naturally Miss Mary looking for him. Earl Hardy.

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Also, they call the majority as well. So he's not necessarily Dorothy, but you know, he's attributed towards that for that purpose. But what he really is from, and this is by the consensus of the Islamic scholars, he's from bahara. He was born in Porto.

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He's born in Baja, and he was born in the year 194. Now, for those of you that don't know, Baja, it's a locality in Uzbekistan, and it's there until today.

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And that's where, you know, it was born. And he died around that same locality as well. He died in hot Duncan, we'll talk about that. A little while afterwards. Of course, he

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had a grandfather, we talked about in Madeira, we talked about his father, who was but his, his grandfather, Ibrahim, we don't have much information about and that's what a man

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he mentioned that there is no real information. There's no substantial information, giving us reference to who Ibrahim really was, however, is married was a really pious man is married, who was the father. Remember, Mohammed is married, Ibrahim even in Madeira, even But this man, so it's married was a pious man. So he came from a really pious family. However, sadly, his family didn't live for very long.

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And he died when he was still a young man.

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So he was raised in the hands of his mother, who was also an extremely pious woman. She was known to be a woman whose daughter would be accepted.

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She was what they call Java data or Java data. In her case, she was known to be a woman whose daughter would be accepted. And there's a story that's told that Ilan Bahati in his young age, he lost his eyesight. And Mr. McCarthy's mother, she used to always make the offer Bahati well hang on a lot. That loss of data gives him back the eyesight. And he had a brother as well. So

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one night, the mother of remember Heidi was sleeping and in her dream, she saw Ibrahim Ali set up

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and Ibrahim or is set up said to her that in her dream, he said to her, that Allah subhana wa tada has given the eyesight of yours sons about the sun back. You're

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son's eyesight has been given back.

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So she woke up in the morning and she found really invaluable because of your the US because she constantly used to make dua to Allah azza wa jal that Allah subhanaw taala cures, even behind his eyes. And that's exactly what happened. She woke up in the morning, and you remember how he could see now, and she woke up and you know, he was sleeping, he woke up. And once he woke up, he was also, he was able to see that at this point. And this was one of the eyes of the woman, this pious woman, the mother or the vulnerable party that was accepted.

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And this is a little bit bit about his life where he was from now getting to and I'm going to take one aspect at a time and then Charlotte data will be able to go through a lot of the aspects of the life of your own body. Of course, remember, his life is really extensive. If a person really wanted to look at everything related to a man behind his life, there's, there's books that are written, you know, pages, after pages, after pages all about the life of amendment Bahati.

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Just like for example, the, you know, the, the way he authored the book Kitab the agenda of slavery, which is known as the body nowadays, just the way he authored that book, in and of itself, there's books written about the mechanism he used for that matter. He used to author this book, so the life can go on forever, but we're gonna go through every aspect in a concise manner. Yeah.

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What are the I know, lots of teachers.

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He says about himself, that I had over 1000 teachers.

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This is the moment behati speaking about himself, he said, I wrote IDs from over 1080 teachers.

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Now these are the teachers are remember quality, so a lot of them are dabbling in and they're really close to this habit as well. Can you imagine that imagine party after that. Another statement, he says that I never took, never took knowledge from a teacher, except that the benefit I gave him was more than the benefit I took from him as if he

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was extremely knowledgeable. So even when it came to, you know, him taking knowledge from the teachers, he was doing it out of humility, because he actually are more benefit to give out to people, then the teacher some of the teachers themselves.

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And

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sometimes,

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so

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the students of remember hardy for the low data, and you can see all the log data at home upon him as well as you can say Till's hub as well. So there are lots of panel data be pleased with them.

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So the students that remember Hadi

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were numerous.

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It is said there's narrations for this anything that I mentioned there's narrations after narrations discussing this topic, I just brought one, you know narration relevant to this subject. It is said that one magic is or one gathering of Imam Buhari with at times, of course, there was ups and downs would have nearly 20,000 people sitting there and writing from, you know, the Hadeeth at the moment baja de

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la would be telling the people and all together some of those scholars is summed up, you know, over the times he spent it are often the times that he spent in different parts of the world, whether it be homicide and other places, all of those times that he spent and even Medina and Mecca. And he just, they say that nearly 100,000 people to benefit from him and Bahati. And this is face to face, there's no internet, there's no none of that stuff. But directly, nearly 100,000 people benefited from alcohol and this was the number of students that it has, if you look at the statements that the scholars have said about this amount, this was really an ayah from the Ayatollah zildjian and this

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is not my statement, aside from the signs of a larger region. This is the statement of some of the setup. They would say that Bahati a lot used to be assigned from amongst the signs of Allah azzawajal upon this planet, even in our Muslim for the long time.

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He said to him Bahati to his face, he said to him, that that he came to him and he said that you have never

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I have never seen anyone like you.

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And then Mr. Muslim in another statement, he said that

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Let me kiss your feet. Yeah, love even heavy. Oh,

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oh,

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oh doctor on your right, oh doctor of the Hadeeth traditions of the prophet of a loss of the lover, ie a traditionalist. So he was asking him out of, you know, the honor that a Muslim would show for him I wouldn't Bahati and by the way, you know, people have a lot of talk about kissing hands, feet, face, forehead, all of that. The reality of the matter is that there is no shift in, for example, kissing somebody's feet, of course, it's kind of gross, people will probably not want to do that. But, you know, there's, in terms of an RP, the issue in terms of a belief issue in kissing somebody's hand or somebody's speed, if you see somebody doing that, there is no major issue in

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that, as we have from Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam incidents where this hodler came and kissed his hands where the Sahaba came and even thought it's narrated. And I'm telling you narrations here that are authentic. It's narrated, and it's an authentic narration, that he kissed the feet of grace, little loss of love, it was similar. And this is also a loss in them. So one may say might be particularly from a sort of loss of the lover and he would sell them or whatever.

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Around the day, he was going to open the lock this Jerusalem

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because the Christians over there, they said to Vader in general, and he said to the armies there, they told him that, that we're not going to give the keys of vatan muchness, until what, until Roman authority among Corrado comes himself and takes the keys and will sign the contracts with them and all that kind of stuff. The reason for that is because the Christian tradition had it in their times, that the only person that's going to come and take this bait and milk this from the Christians at that time is going to be formidable hotpot, they had a detailed description in their works of thought. So the leader would say, the leader of the Christians at that time, the governor,

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he would say, who's fighting the war. So they said, they would say, you know, such such and such individuals, he would tell them fight until, you know, until the end, because they're not going to be able to get it from us. second time around who's fighting the war, same thing they would, the leader would be told that, you know, such and such person, and, you know, he would say continue fighting, because they're not going to be able to take up, you know, they're not gonna be able to take it. So when finally, the Muslim armies they surrounded and gathered all across the locality, they were then taught it was they made it very difficult for the Christians, it was like, they

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closed up on them. And at that point, when he found no other way, he said, Tell them that we're going to give the keys to you, but we're going to do it when your leader comes whose name is promotable for Baba, and they said, Okay, we'll call it a normal hotdog came with himself and just one other person walking all the way to a sham. And he and he took the keys for forever. This story that I was trying to get to is when he got there, that went ahead and tried to kiss the head over, bla bla bla. So he didn't even have a digit amongst each other. And this is not

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once a hobby, there's other incidents as well, where others will have I did it with one another as well, of course, I'm gonna hold off didn't let him do it. As I'm pretty sure Bahati wouldn't have let Muslim do it as well. But if someone does it, what I'm trying to say is fun and lucky, that issue right after that one hot dog tried to go and kiss the feet overboard with him when he tried to kiss them. So both of them backed off, because, you know, they were both shy of being, you know, honored in that manner. Of course, as I said, this may seem a little bit awkward to some of you, but maybe depending on cultural practices, it might be of honor in one culture. And it might be, you

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know, if you go kiss somebody's feet, you're disgracing yourself to a degree that, that No, none of us can do that. So the point of the matter is that it may be something that's cultural as well. That's the manner that they used to, you know, express their, their love and their honor. One of the beautiful stories that's narrated about in Omaha to have no luck is that when a moment behati decided to go above that.

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He decided to go to that the people have built up a really happy and so we're the default, but they wanted to make sure that amendment Buhari is really as they've heard, because now his name is all over the world. Everybody knows there's someone named Mary Bahati and everybody wants to meet him, but they wanted to still make sure they wanted to test him. So they did when he got there. They, what they did is they brought 10 young parliamentarian and they he gave every single one of these 10 follow material ahaadeeth and they told them they take the Hadith and use the same text, but then put another

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It's not on it, they did it for them. They did a whole, you know, sort of test.

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And so every single person was allotted 10 IDs, which are called Blue where you take the it's not, or by accident, but these guys did it on purpose. Accidentally, you take the snap, and you put the knot or the chain of narrations on the wrong Hadeeth. So they did that with 10, and another 10, and 100. And it took 10 people a lot of time to each. So there was 110, testers, I don't remember how you didn't know there was a test. And you remember how he got there. And everybody gathered in the middle of this when everybody gathered, everybody settled down, the first student got up, of course, the number it doesn't know there's a test. It's only in the back of people all around the medical

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student, hundreds or 1000s of people, none of them knew that this is a test, only the real amount or the people that had, you know, devised this plan. They were the ones who knew what's going on. So

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remember, Hardy, here's the first Howdy, then here's the second season, here's the third and here's the fourth, all the way down to the 10th.

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Then the second person gives it all all along, you know, how do you say nothing, but I don't know, this is 123 100, hoodies, one by 10. People went by and the the layman around and people that don't know, even if they're scholars, but they're not strong scholars. They're looking at the body. And they're like, you know, this guy doesn't know anything. And we've heard so much about him. So when you recognize that nobody has anything more to say, you know, the party turned to the first one. He said, you know, the first time he said

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that, and then he quoted the entire Hadeeth the way he quoted it.

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And he said, This is what you said, and this is what's right. Second, Heidi, this is what you said, and this is what's right. Third, howdy, this is what you said. And this is what's right. The fourth had these 10 IDs to the first word person. And he said he quoted them all in the wrong manner as if he memorized the Hadees that was messed up, you know, all cluttered together and mixed together with different durations and all that kind of you memorize it, the first time you heard,

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quoted it wrong, and then quoted it right quoted wrong, and then quoted it right. And he did that with the first, second third all the way to 100 ahaadeeth. Every single one of them, he quoted them, right, wrong first. And then he cited the problem. And then he quoted it, right. And this was, you know, a popular narration that is narrated about the moment Bahati and his, his his his memorization. Of course, the have, or the memorization, or this, the memory of the moment, it is was really something that the people you became like almost like a proverb, and people would use it to sort of, you know, talk about the memory of people if it's really strong or something like that.

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Now, remember Buhari used to not even right when he's sitting in a does everybody else, especially a dark time, people, scholars would narrate and people would write. So it's not like the way we're doing it right now and lecture being given and stuff like that. All there would be enough without reference

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to the end of the night, and then he said such and such and such. So the magic is the way it was at that time, people would actually write these narrations as the teacher is speaking. So that's how the magic would work in our party. On the other hand, he would just sit there and he wouldn't write anything. And people will get really annoyed about this, especially fellow students, and they'd say, What are you doing? You're not writing anything. So when they would be really persistent upon him and Bahati about this, you know, why aren't Why aren't you writing event behati told them that Come,

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come and show me everything you have. And I'm going to, you know, tell you what you've written down. So he would write, he would have memorized every single word that they would have written down to an extent that some of the students afterwards they begin to correct their writings, because you know, when you're writing, you can make a mistake, they begin to correct their writings with the memory of it. So when the other party would be, you know, relating all that that he'd memorized in the ducts, the students would have their pens and they would be correcting the mistakes that they've made, because the mumble parties have was more stronger than their own writing. And this was Mr. Buhari to

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an extent again, Mr. Buhari said that it's possible that I may have heard a hadith in bussola. I may have heard a hadith and bustle and I only wrote it down when I got to a shell.

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as and when he traveled all that distance, because you know, you it's if it's in his head, it's as good as being written down. So he says he doesn't have the time he's traveling or whatever reason or seeking knowledge. Is there any more Magennis he doesn't sit down to write everything that he's heard? He goes to the other country. He makes us travel and it ties

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He wouldn't even write down stuff. Until he went back to Bukhara, all the way home after his old journey and bourbon, he'd go home and he would write down everything that he's heard.

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And it would be with you know, paramount.

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perfection, no mistakes at all. And that's why till this day, we have

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no mistakes at all. And if there was any people would bring it up and nobody's ever brought any useful critique, or a useful criticism against sahadi.

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You know, amendment Buhari for him a lot. He had several books, lots and lots of books.

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But one of the most or the most popular book book or the abominable Hardy, is the book known as a gentleman. And rooster.

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And matassa Murray Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was soon any he was a young. This was the entire title of what we know today Is Buhari and support a lot. You'd be surprised that several times a person writes a book. And you'd find this in the past a lot. And they don't attribute it to themselves. They don't say. Like remember, Heidi never wrote this. To have his name on it. He never said so he had Buhari, he called it an agenda and most of them saw him in a hurry. Right? But

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from the color of Allah azza wa jal, and because of the pious sneer, or the correct name

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of this individual in the act, or the action that he was doing, in terms of collecting a book for the oma, an authentic source for the oma to look at Hadith and Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam, Allah subhana wa tada protected the book, and upon the times of the general masses even changed the very title of this book to soften Buhari, though amendment Buhari had named it something else and this is a recurring scenario is you notice the Baraka, you know, you don't notice the blessing in a certain book, and you'd find that people start calling it by the name of the author, and they don't call it by the name that the author picked for the book. Like, for example, method, ABC job.

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Your job is a book. Everybody knows that abuse. Yeah, however.

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And Esfahani never entitled his book of exposure. He called it metal wire to Dupree, he made a couple of names for it in different, you know, texts, but nobody, he never intended to call it but an official job, even admitted in a room.

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It wasn't known as mocha demons, even as a woman, his time it was known as something else. So similarly, environmental party, he titled his book, something else, but lots of data out of his beautiful intention and the loss and sincerity that he saw. In the heart of the moment Buhari, he even changed the title upon the terms of the message passes to sohan body. And that's why today, human body, the body is known as the heart You know, that's not the title of the book. And why did Emeril behati Rahim Allah actually write this book?

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He wrote this book, because he saw

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that

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he was standing next he was in a sort of a dream that he was standing next to the Prophet. So the longer it was.

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And as he was standing next to the prophet SAW Selim, there was flyers coming at the face of the profits and sell them and he had a fan and he would try to take these flies away from the face of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So,

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he took this dream

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and he took it to

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the people will interpret dream dreams. And they said that you are going to

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protect the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from lies to go there.

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And as you know, before that we discussed this in the class last year, we discussed the fact that, you know, the pseudo pseudo loss of our settler, it went through different phases. And what are the phases that the sooner Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam went through was just a general collection that was done done by ibushi hobbyzone. He made a general collection of the sooner Rasulullah saw Selim, in which he put all of the ahaadeeth

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upon anything he could find with a chain and put it in there.

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And he also put

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everything was there.

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The owner, because of their knowledge of the narrations, they knew that this is, this is why because this guy is a weak Narrator And this guy is an authentic or a strong narrator, valid narrator whatever you want to call him.

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The new the acceptable IDs from the IDs that are not acceptable. So now there was a need, there was a new need. And we discussed this in our, you know, last year as well in our class, there was now a new need

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that arose. And that was

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that somebody should collect the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in a collection that is also here, and nothing else. So the general masses such as you and I can read this, you know, Rasulullah saw Selim and recognize and know that this is

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right away without having to look at the narrations because that takes a lot of practice of, you know, the sciences of Hadith and Jehovah deed and riddle and all those things. But even Buhari, he did the job for all of us. And he collected it into

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one collection that was also based on the dream that he saw, in which he was taking the fan and, you know, warding off the fly from the face of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it was interpreted that he is going to be someone that will ward off the gadget or the lies from the student or grace or the loss of the lover, it was similar. And one day, of course, he saw this dream. And as of yet, he didn't start writing the book.

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He was sitting in a gathering

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with one by one of his teachers, and I mentioned this, you know, partially last year as well. Does anybody remember this?

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Huh? No, don't remember. No, he came force five centuries later.

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His health in rural Hawaii is held in Raleigh. He's sitting in a gathering of one of his teachers, his hot tub noodle hallway.

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And in that gathering is Huck said he told the students and he was telling the students this is something that teachers should do this their students. He told the students that why don't some of you get up and start putting a book together that only compiles and only puts together the set so he should know Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So of course, this event mahadi primeau Lhasa says, For me that statement of his heart of neural highway, it went and it took a place in my heart along with a dream, that is sort of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam he decided and then he put together this beautiful book that is known as Sahih al Bukhari and has 7200, a hadith. You know, that's the

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collection of Hadith. If you look at the Hadees that are recurring, of course, there are some IDs that Mr. mcquarry mentioned more than once. If you don't look at the IDs that are recurring, then it has nearly 3000, some of those callers who said, and that's it my job, as Kalani said 2602.

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Without the recurrent IDs, of course, remember, hottie puts the recurring IDs for purposes not so you no longer topic, why he brings the recurring IDs, because the man bodies book is not only a Hadeeth book, it's also to a certain degree of Facebook. Because what he does is he takes, you know, the Hadees, and derives a ruling from it. And after deriving a ruling, he puts a chapter title, and you'll put the Hadith after the chapter title, that chapter title is telling you the other party what he wants to understand from this particular party. So sometimes he takes one or two youth and he puts puts it in this in it more than once. But every single time he does that he derives

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something else from that. Or he brings it others hobby that narrated the same time he's giving you an extra benefit, it doesn't mean that it's what I say it's recurring, it doesn't mean that it's useless. There's no reason for him to put it again, he always puts another Hadeeth for there for a particular reason. And you know, the scholars in the Hadeeth books or the shut up shop books, the explanations of hedges Did you know mentioned some of those reasons why you mount the party does that.

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And the first Hadees that environment, Gauhati or heinola started his book with was the hadith of a Nia

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in the middle of India. And some of the scholars they mentioned, because it was in kuttabul. But anyway, how the why he started

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how the why he started. So some of the people that explained Bahati, they said,

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you know the fact that he put in them at merubah. net, after the chapter title, the book of how inspiration started,

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or revelation started, you know, he did that he purposely caused himself to be at fault and blameworthy

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because if you look at the Hadees in the middle of Melbourne yet

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all actions are based on intentions. There is no relation between that and the title. But this is not true.

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The truth of the matter is, this is what some of us fall

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Or some of the people that explained in part, he said, but the truth of the matter is innominate Bahati, he meant by this Hadith, as if you are now about to embark on a journey,

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or this is the first measure this the first gathering, because people will thereafter go and read this Bahati sorry. So he meant by this, that this is the first gathering, let us begin our gathering by the correction of our intentions. And let's do that right now as well, let's correct our intentions, and why we're doing this.

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And the other reason was, because you see, the acceptance of all actions are based on two things. Number one, they're based on sincerity. And number two, they're based on what they're based on following the lawsuit of loss of loss.

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And all of this book is no more than statements of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and actions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So remember what he saying to you that yes, I'm going to give you all this knowledge of what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did, so you can act upon it. But before that, remember to correct your intention.

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Remember to correct your intention, whoever said that about about Gauhati that, you know, he caused himself to be blameworthy. It's not true. Because he did that for a very, you know, subtle purpose. People recognize that Allah subhana wa tada wishes for them to recognize others didn't

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remember who already had like other scholars from the likes of Jamia or Himalayan others. He had a trial.

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He had a trial

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and it lost profits and I'll send them said either had the lower debt if that or whatever last panel data loves a slave of this, he puts him through a trial. So remember, while he went through a trial, it was happy the issue I'm not going to bring up the issue, because it's long and you know, nowadays nobody discusses it anyway. Anyways.

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It was a Aki the issue that people started to say that emammal bahaya como la, he says such and such.

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So when he entered Nisa, who,

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when he entered Mesa,

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which is in Iran today,

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he

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went there. And

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people started to just as he went to other countries, every time we would go for a country, people come to the doors of the country, or the city, or whatever. And you know, back in the days, the way the countries or cities were they're not. They weren't like today, we're going through a globalization all over the world now. So streets are different world is different. There's no, there's no walls across the city. And you know, this is a good thing and a bad thing at the same time. But the point of the matter is that during that time, there was an entrance to the city. people walked all the way to the entrance of the city to greet environment, we're hiring every

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single almost every single place he went to. So of course, when he went to this level, it was no different people would love for him to come and stay in Mesa go, he went there and he started staying there. But when he went and stayed there, a man by the name of

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Mohammed, even Yeah.

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He was a scholar as well at that time. But you know, jealousy is even there with between scholars. And that's why some of the scholars mentioned that can I want you to do that when you see a scholar speaking about another scholar, and they're both at the same level,

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their peers

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and what is not greater than the other. They're both around the same level, the same age, the teaching the same locality, the same school and these kind of things, then don't listen to the other scholar about this individual that he is talking against. This is a Florida in Hadeeth.

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Over here, how many of you know how he started seeing all of these things, and he was a great scholar in Colorado at that time. Horace Mann was, as I said, you know, he had a couple of Iran and other places around there, Afghanistan, and these localities over here were all under the title of Hadassah.

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He was a great scholar for us and by the name of Mohammed. He started speaking against Imam and Buhari and he started saying he's reading this book out in the dean. And people started to you know, all those people that were gathering around the hottie, one by one, they started leaving leaving behati because this scholar had a lot of weight in this locality. So one by one, people started to go and leave Buhari, except a couple of people a handful of people amongst room was Mr. Muslim, Mr. Muslim was a student of Mr. Bahari.

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And

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so

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what

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A man

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by the name of Ahmed

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even selama. He came to amendment Buhari for him a whole lot.

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And he said that this man

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he's spreading so many things about you. And none of us he's doing it out of arrogance, ledge.

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And none of us can go up to him and tell him to stop now because he's doing it again and again and again and again. And people are starting to go against you.

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Even to an extent that people started to make the fear of imminent Buhari, they started to say that amendment Buhari is a castle, it's really God. This is the test from a lot of

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us. So here, we used to today, every single home has, you know, something from a Bahama, something from a Bahati to say the least if you don't have it, then you must have a book that has some sort of, you know, relation to

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this book, which Allah subhanaw taala chose to be the most authentic book after the book of Allah is the origin itself.

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This man that's written it is going through such a great test, that people start calling in a cafe to that degree, even. So remember Buhari said at this point, you know what he told me, he said that, I'm going to pack my bags, and I'm going to get going, I'm going to go back to someone

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will go back to the hall. Because I don't want you guys to go through Paul's news because of me. So he packed his bag. And he started going towards some of left off this summer. When he got there, same thing. from miles, people started to greet him and Bahati, they came out of the city by miles just so they can read email and johari. And they did.

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They came

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all those distances, all so that they can greet, mmm and Buhari.

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Now, what happened is the governor of Baja at that time finally settled in some of the fun he was there for a little while, but the leader or the governor of some of and he said to him, I want you to come to my house and privately teach my kids.

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So Mr. Hardy said, You know what,

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I'm not going to come to anyone's house, if you have something that you need. For me, I'm not going to humiliate the person that are bringing it to you, you have to come to me. And that's why the statement of the senate which says

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that, it should be come to, you should go to, and it shouldn't be coming to you.

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So remember, I said, if you need something for me, then come to my house, it's open for you. And you can study otherwise, you know, do what you can stop me from teaching, even if you have to, at least I'll have an excuse in the sight of a lot soldier. But for me to come to your house, I'm not doing that.

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So, you know, of course, this individual realizes the type of you know, love that the nurses have for him and bodies, we can't just totally stop them right away. The the, you know, there might be a civil war or something of that sort. So he waited, he waited, he waited, he thought he thought and all of a sudden, Mohammed Ali, the guy in Mesa who he sends a letter to the governor of summer fund, and he tells him that look, this guy has made he this guy has done things that are against the sooner

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as he's talking about those quote unquote aqeedah problems that he was saying that even Buhari had.

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So now this guy, he's happy the government or governor already doesn't like body now. So he said Buhari has to leave the city.

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Now he has to leave the city. He has a key the problems.

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He has a key the problems.

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And he doesn't want to come to my house to teach my kids he has to leave the city.

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So he told him that leave the city. Of course, you know, the people.

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Those people that loved enamel, Bahati, they seen people that walked out to the gates and even beyond of the city so that they can see a moment Buhari they, you know, they didn't like that.

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They didn't like that. They didn't revolt against the government. But they didn't like that it was obvious. People split into two groups. Now. You have two parties, and you know what the future is gonna come. The trial is going to come people are going to go through problems. I'm going to leave. So he left and he left to one of the outer, you know, out the outskirts of summer funds in a city called hertog.

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He went there, and he settled there with you know, some family members that he had there.

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And he sat settled there

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and he made the article

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origin to make things easy, he did it a bad guy he's writing as Hades is collecting is doing stuff with maybe he has a couple of students alojado but Allah subhanaw taala listened to him.

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He started making dua to Allah as origin, saying that Oh Allah,

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this land

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there is so vast has become constraint upon me now is starting to tighten upon speaker making my life extremely difficult difficult. This is that the man Buhari, the same one that you read about again and again or read his books again and again. This was the test that he was put through in the last panel, Medina says, either have belong excetera whatever Allah Subhana Allah loves a slave of this he puts into a test. And this is the test that Mr. Mohan is going through, he went to a sample they kicked him out. He went to hold on, you know, you're everywhere you went in all these problems are happening to him now. So over here, he made that.

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And in the meanwhile, people in the city summit, and half of them are saying we want bodybag cafo limousine, we don't want it anymore.

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So Buhari he raised his hand he said, Oh Allah,

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this land that has become tightened upon me that so vast, because of that reason, or law, take me to you.

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Or ally take my soul.

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So just the day a couple of days after this, not even a month went by

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amendment Bahati, a whole lot was told that the people have been Suburbans now along with the government, the governor and everybody's decided that you can come back

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so he got upon his belt to go back to some of course the bigger city you can spread his knowledge. But when he got up, he raised his hands to a lot as urgent and he said alarm, alarm. alarm. Oh Allah make the choice for me or alarm make the choice for me. Or Allah makes a choice for me. And when he made that there are he fell off his mount and died at that moment.

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And this was the end of the life of a moment Buhari. haha no lo Darla, of course we didn't do justice to the life of the party in the small gathering, but at least some of the aspects of the life of the moment. ohare are mentioned in small gathering.

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Well, some of them are sad, you know. He will be here tonight.