How to know if a Hadeeth is AUTHENTIC

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The importance of knowing if a hadith is authentic or not is discussed in this segment, as many people have different opinions. The speaker explains the admin console and rules for the admin console, as well as the importance of following the Prophet Muhammad sallam and seeking knowledge from the prophets. The importance of knowing the condition of an authentic hadith is emphasized, and the speakers stress the importance of writing down specific details and identifying the right person in a given text. The conversation also touches on the importance of following local sightings and following the local people in their area.

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Oh suddenly will send limo Allah Mambo eSATA Leela alameen wa ala alley he was off the edge mine as salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh who I am your brother, this alarm, speaking to you live from the blesseds city of Makkah, that is MK cattle mukarram and today, we're going to be talking about a very important topic actually. And it is to do with the second of the two Shahada team. So we say eyeshadow Allah, Allah, Allah Allah was had one hammer done Mohammedan Rasulullah that I bear witness that nun has the right to be worshipped by Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam. And so if we bear witness that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is His Messenger and and part of that is to, you know, make sure that we OBEY Him, obey the prophets, iclm we, you know, believe in what he came with, etc, then we need to know

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how, you know, is a hadith authentic or not authentic? Because very often we hear people discussing, or we see scholars have a difference of opinion. And one scholar might say a hadith is authentic, another scholar might say it's not authentic. And so we want to know, and this is the question we're going to try and address in ChildLine today's show we want to know how do we know if a hadith is authentic or not? What are the what are the criteria for a hadith to be authentic? Now let me know guys in the chat. If you can hear me if you can see me. I'm just gonna look through we have Medusa says hi Polycom. Hi. nasm says Annamalai comb. Rihanna, Sara Molly camera, hello burka to who? Wiley

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So we're going to be addressing this topic of, you know, how do we know if a hadith is authentic or not.

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But before we do that,

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I want to talk about something very important and that is, you know, we know that we have to follow the Quran. Because this is the word of Allah subhanaw taala.

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But why do we have to follow Mohammed Salah? Why do why do we have to follow? What is the proof? What is the evidence that we need to follow the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now let me know guys in the chat box in the comments, if you guys can, you know, hear me and also let me know where you are speaking from, because I always like to read the comments, and know where you guys are speaking from and if you want to join us, by the way, in this live, what you can do, I'm just about to paste a link in the comments. And what you can do is join the discord server. Okay, let me just show you what that looks like. Let's hope this works. Okay, there you go. We can see

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And today's video, if you notice, is based on a question from this brother called right hand Akhmad.

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On a live call, right? So then you can actually participate in this show live with audio or video. And if there are any guests later on today, we'll try and bring them in in Sharla. But in a nutshell, that is the discord server, very simple. It'll take your 30 seconds to install it and come into the channel. And you know, we we hang out after the show. I'll be in there after the show as well in Sharla. So if any of you guys want to join us in there, please do click on the link. I've sent it again in the comments or the chat box, and just come in in Sharla huhtala. Okay, guys. So coming back to the question that we were talking about earlier. And that question was, Why do we

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have to follow the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The reason is very simple. We know that of course we have to follow Allah and the Quran because the Quran is the book of Allah and Allah is our Creator, and he's the one who created us, sustains us and Allah is the one you know, the Quran is his book and anything that he says in that book, we have to obey, we have to follow we have to believe and part of that my dear brothers and sisters, part of that is when Allah says in the Quran, outplay Allah wa t o Rasool, obey Allah and obey the messenger, right? I'll tell you Allah while three orders Rasul, obey Allah and obey the messenger. And of course the messenger is

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In another eye of the Quran, Allah says, WA, Turku, materasso Norfolk fudo, who wanna come and who Fanta who, what ever the messenger gives you, then take it, and whatever he prohibits you from that leave it? You know, and there are many, many Ayat of the Quran I've just given you too, but there are many Ayat of the Quran that obligate us. They make it mandatory upon us to follow whatever Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, so how do we know of course if you were in the time of the Prophet size in them, then you know what the prophets Isom says, because you can hear what the prophet says lm is saying, right? And Subhana Allah, what you

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find is that some of us are habit like, I'm not even know how Bob and others, obviously, the Allahu anhu, which mean obviously, they had to earn a living, right, they had to go out, and they had to earn a living. But despite that, what you find is that they still wanted to, you know, learn what is the prophets, I send them teaching, so they some of them some of the Sahaba, they would have a deal with someone else. Right? They'll say, listen, one day you will earn and the and you will look after you know, whatever the job is that we're doing, and, and I will go and seek knowledge from the prophets I sent him and on the other day, we will swap I will go and earn and you will go and seek

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knowledge from the prophets lie Selim. And this tradition continued. Even after the prophets why Selim you had this after the Sahaba even sorry, you had the tablet in, they would go to the Sahaba and say, Hey, I heard that you had one Hadith from the prophets. I send them what is that Hadith that you heard? And some scholars would travel, you know, literally 1000s of miles, just for one Hadith, just for one Hadith. And among them, of course, was an Imam Al Bukhari Rahim Allah imamo Muslim Rahim Allah and other scholars as well. And nessa he even Marja Timmy the Buddhahood, athma, dibben, humble, you know, and so on and so forth. So these scholars, of course, they came later on,

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right. And many of these scholars of Howdy, they would travel far and wide, just to be able to just to be able to get one Hadith. Alright, so this shows how important it is, you know, to seek knowledge. And, you know, sometimes we get bored when we're seeking knowledge, right? We think oh, I've heard it before. I don't need to know this. And yet, what did Allah say in the Quran? In surah, de la kolon, tequila, we are indeed are going to give you we are indeed going to give you and you know, give you a heavy word. A heavy word. What does that mean? That means that this port on is heavy, it's not something like it shouldn't it's not something we just take lightly. It is something

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heavy. And of course,

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the soufiane authority Rahim Allah, one of the early Muslim scholars, he used to say that anytime I hear a hadith

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I even if I've heard that Hadith many times, I would listen to it as if it is the very first time that I am hearing this

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In other words he's gonna pay full attention to what is being said why because in us and okay I like Colin tequila Valley we will give you a very weighty word. And of course that's referring to the Quran but the sun and the Hadith of the Prophet says Allah explains the Koran. Okay? The sooner explains the Quran. Okay, so my brothers and sisters, the key point here is that, you know, Allah tells us Allah is the one who tells us to follow the prophets Allah Larissa, Allah will do Rasul obey Allah and obey the messenger someone lives and you know what my takamura rasuluh, Amana? Ha C'mon, who Vento whatever the messenger gives you then take it, whatever he prohibits you from then

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leave it. Okay, guys. So this is really important, but how do we know? How do we know if I had this authentic? Now, you have a number of different conditions for a Hadeeth to be authentic. Now religion Islam is absolutely phenomenal, right? Our religion of Islam is really really amazing. Because it has something called that is not. No other religion has this concept of is not what is is not or senedd is not or son, it literally means that it is a chain. All right, it's a chain imagine, you know, you have it's basically a chain of narration you have for example, I heard from, you know, Abdullah, who heard from Fatima, who heard from Ayesha who heard from, you know,

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you know, after a man for example, right. This is called a chain of narration.

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And what you find is that no other religion has a chain of narration when the early Muslim scholars they used to collect the Hadith, they would obviously memorize them and they would write them down. And when they wrote them down or memorize them, they would not just memorize the text of the Hadith. They would also memorize the chain of narration. So among Malik for example, right in my Malik on unece, sorry Malik on naffaa. Unable Ahmad onion Nabisco, I sell them so this is called the Golden Chain right because you have Mr. Malik Rahim Allah

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He has from nothing who was his teacher enough it was the student and servant of Abdullah but honor and now that hears it from Abdullah bin Ahmad, the son of amagno. hotdog and other live in aroma he hears it from the prophets I sell him this is a chain of nourish. Okay, so this is the chain of narration Malik. From Malik from Eben sorry, from naffaa. From Eben Omar, who got it from the prophets I seldom right now, this is called a chain of narration. Now, when you look at even the Bible, the Bible like the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and john, we don't even know the surnames of Matthew, Mark, Luke and john, we don't even know who they are. There's, you know, what's

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the biography of these people? When did they die? When did they live? Who did they meet what they did they have strong memories. We don't know anything about them, we know very little about them. Whereas when it comes to the major books of Hadith, you find that almost every single narrator, in these chains of narration, there are you know, there's a biography of these people. Right. So scholars went through painstaking tasks. You know, they literally dedicated their lives to write a biography for every single person in these chains of narration, right in Bukhari, and Muslim in, you know, the other books of Hadith. And so they would look at Imam Malik, for example, and they'd say,

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okay, you know, and there would be certain conditions they would see, does he fulfill certain conditions? And does the text of the Hadith fulfills certain conditions. So we're going to talk about those conditions. And when we talk about a an authentic Heidi, it has five conditions according to the overwhelming majority of scholars. Now, before we talk about those five conditions. I'm going to just quickly have a look at the comments. We have

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All right, so So what are these five conditions for an authentic hadith for Hadith to be so Hey, now there's a very famous poem. It's one of the primers of masala Hadith, the definitions for Hadith, and it's called a pony. It's one of the early early books that we studied one of the first books we studied, and it's called Albania in there he says.

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A Waterloo has Saha Mata Sol is nada who Allah Musa oh you are your whee Hee I'd love to know your whee Hee Adlon Bobby tone admittedly he mahatama Don't worry about the haven of clay. Right and I'll explain what this means shortly. Let me just read it again. Anwar Lu has Saha Mata Sol is Nadia who Allah Musa Oh, you either you're we are loomba based on admittedly he mahatama don't feed on the VA CLI. So what does this mean in these two kind of lines? This scholar he has summarized the the five conditions of an authentic hadith, right five conditions for a hadith to be authentic. Okay. Number one,

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he talks about he says basically, before these verses, he says that there are, you know, multiple, there are different types of Hadeeth. Right, different gradings have had different and the first of those is saw here. And there are three kind of main broad categories. And then each of these categories can be further categorized into multiple categories, right, but we're going to keep it simple. We're going to keep it a primer, we're not going to go into so much detail that people can't understand. So we're going to try and make it easy. And those of you who already are advanced students, this is not for you. This is really a basic primer okay. So you are three different types

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of headache number one, so here number two hassen and number three is dive right. So hey, is authentic. Hassan is good. So it's a lower level than sohei but it's still acceptable. And then you have the eighth which is weak and we do not accept weak Hadith, right? I mean, there are exceptions to that rule. Sometimes we can accept we Kadett sometimes multiple week edits come together to strengthen it to become Hassan etc, etc, etc. There are lots of exceptions to this rule. Sometimes they're not Amal some scholars allow it we're not talking about any of that. Right now all we're doing is we're just giving a primer so three main categories of headings number one, so here number

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two has a number three date authentic, good or sound

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authentic good or weak? All right. Now how do we know that a hadith is so hey.

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The scholar says Mata Sol is na do who won um you should well um your your we hear Adlon Darby. So he mentioned unmiss li hematoma. Don't worry, doctor, he will not play. So you mentioned five different conditions right? Number one, Allah subhanho wa mata Sol is not the first type of Hadith. He's talking about his site here. And then he defines it what is so here. So hey, Matt de Sala is now to who the Sahih Hadith is that Hadith, where the chain of narration the first condition is that the chain of narration has to be connected.

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So if you take the example that we gave before Moloch

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No fit it, but I'm not the prophets I send them. These four people in the chain of narration have to be connected. What does it mean to be connected? Meaning they must have got that, like, for example, if one scholar, you know, is born in the year 80 and the person that he's supposed to have listened to listen to the Hadith from died in the year 70 after hegira then it's impossible that these two could die, the one who was born in 80 could have heard from the one who was born in the year 70. After his, it's impossible because he wasn't born, right he was born 10 years after that one was dead, right. So this Hadeeth would not be connected, if that was the case. Right. So but in the case

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of Malik nerfed, even Omar prophesized that we know that Malik meant nerfed and heard from him, we know that now fit met Eben Ahmad and heard from him, Hades and Eben are not heard, of course, from the Prophet sighs. So the first condition of an authentic hadith is that this chain of narration has to be what it has to be connected, meaning that they you know, they hear from each other now, some scholars like Imam Al Bukhari, he wanted a higher level of authenticity. So he wants to not only

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have the possibility that they met, but he wants evidence that they actually met. So he wants to show like he wants something that is evidence, like he wants to them to say had definitely full on that so and so actually told me as an example, I mean, there's a long detail, and Mr. Muslim,

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he he, he did not necessarily put that as a condition that, you know, that we have to know for certain that they met, what we have to do is we have to as long as the there's a very strong possibility that they met and he says that, that then it's fine. Okay. And you'll see why because there are other conditions, and most scholars accepted him are Muslims point of view, for Hadith to be authentic, but remember, hearty, his book is higher in authenticity, then among Muslims and Muslims is higher than the others, right? And the reason is very simple is because the criteria was much greater in their eyes, not for an authentic hadith, but for a Hadees to be put in their books,

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right? It doesn't mean that anything that's not in their books, they didn't deem it to be authentic. No, it just means that they wanted their criteria to be pretty high. And remember, hardees was higher than Muslims and Muslims was higher than others. And that's why when you see a hadith in Bukhari and Muslim straightaway, you know, they're authentic, pretty much by and large, whereas some of the other books, they're not always authentic, you can get weak Hadith in them. And that's why many scholars have talked about the authenticity of those heads in those other books. So the first condition, right, the first condition of authentic hadith for Hadith to be so hey, Matt de Sala is

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gonna do who, that which that is not the chain of narration is connected, is connected. Right? mythos. Allah is not who I am, you shadow you. And the second and third condition is that the Hadith must not be shot and not be not having Allah in it. Now these two conditions we're going to talk about later, right, the author of this book, he put it in this order because of poetry, right, for the sake of the, you know, the poetic license, but it kind of makes more sense to talk about the final two conditions that you mentioned before we talk about these two, because they're connected to the first condition. The first condition the Hadeeth has to be that is not the chain of narration

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has to be connected. The next condition that we're going to talk about Yoda, we he Adlon, Bobby on unmiss Lee he

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Well, I tell him, I don't visit the one ockley right. So, he says that on in each part of the chain of narration,

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the person who's narrating it, he has to be idle, and he has to be babied. So, these are conditioned number two and three, he has to be idle, and he has to be barbot admittedly, he like each person in the chain of narration has to be idle. And barbet, what does idle and bobbitt mean? Are the is to do with his religious piety? Right this person in the chain of narration has to be religiously, sound, religiously sound he can't be an open you know fasik corrupt person and what is a definition of either right the person who is idle,

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there is what is the definition of this the definition of idle is that the person

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he does the good deeds right he does the obligations yet duquel kabbah era

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lo, eh Danny Ballack kabbah era waitaki mazama. Sava era, right he does the obligations, right. But also he keeps away from the major sins in totality. And he keeps away from most of the minuses. Now, it's interesting that they did not say he keeps away from all the minuses because they know that every human being hastens, even a carry of Hadeeth concern. But they're too for you to be a carry of Hadith, you have to avoid major sins.

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And also you have to avoid most of the minor sins. If you fall into a minor sin, then you will still your Hadith would be acceptable to most of the scholars, but you can't do that major cinema last minute Allah protect us, right.

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So this is the definition of other Right, so the first condition we said that it's not has to be connected. The second condition is that every person in the chain of narration has to be added. He needs to be religiously sound, and upright. Okay. And that means he keeps away from the major sins and He keeps away from most of the minuses. Number three, he has to be Bob with you. Are we here at lone bobbito non Miss Lee he motema don't feed Bob, he was an ugly. So each part of the chain has to be narrated by each has to be a narrator who is either and he's religiously upright, and he's also a Barbie. What does bobbitt mean? Now that means that he is precise, he's precise.

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Your we don't bother don't admittedly and each person in the chain has to be like this. And he has to be well known or he has to be relied upon, you can rely upon a martoma don't feel dot e when actually you need to be able to rely on him in his precision and his knuckle and his ability to relate or narrate this Hadeeth.

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Okay, that's what that means. So what is adopt? What is this dogbert person with? We said that he is precise. Okay? He's precise. Okay. But what does it mean to be precise,

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to be precise, means that you have to have a strong memory, if you are relaying it by memory.

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And to be precise, if you are not relaying it by men memory, because some scholars they accepted written testimony also in Hadeeth. But they said that this person has to be precise when he writes something down. So sometimes, a scholar may be barbet. He may be precise when he's narrating from his book, but he's not precise when he's narrating from his

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memory. So in this case, the scholars would only accept those Hadeeth, which is narrating from his book, but not from his memory. And likewise, you have the other way around. Some people, they might have a really strong memory. But maybe they also wrote down some heads, but they're not great at writing, or maybe they lost certain books, or the books may have been tampered with. In this case, we would accept they're headed from the the ones, they they said, have heart by memory, but not the ones that they had written down. And then there are other things as well to take note of. So for example, we might have a narrator of Haiti, that you take everything that he narrated before, you

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know, the age of 70. And then after the age of 70, he became, you know, his he lost his memory or he suffered from, you know, he's not narrating as precisely as before or whatever, so then you won't take that idea that he narrates, after his, the age of 70 or whatever age I just made up that number. Okay, so you have certain people, then you have certain people that the books might be authentic, but those books may have been stolen, or they might have been tampered with. So therefore, we don't accept this Hadith, right. So there are two types of dot

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dot solder Kitab, there are two types of precision, precision of the chest of the heart and mind meaning that you know, he knows that of heart. All right, he knows it from memory, and dot dot keytab, which is his precise when he's writing. So like I said, each of those have their various, you know, they have their various rules and regulations and guidelines with regards to that. You know, we he had long debate on admittedly he martoma don't adopt the one actually he so each part of the chain has been rated by an adult religiously upright and a Norbit person who is you know, you can depend on him. He is

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You can depend on him, he can be relied upon in his precision and his narrating. Okay. And then we go back. So these are the first three conditions, that is not the chain of narration has to be connected.

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It has to be narrated by a person who's religiously sound, and it has to be a person who is, you know, precise.

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Number four, is that Lum you shove while I'm you I'll right now, the number four and number five love You shall love you I'll number four means that the Hadeeth should not be Schaaf and what a shadow for me shadows means like it's something strange, it's different linguistically. That's what it means it means something strange, something different. But in this context, what the show for mean, shadows means that this

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person has not narrated something that goes against men who are Oh lobby, right, he hasn't gone against someone who is much stronger than him.

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Like and this could be in number or enhanced or whatever. So for example, you might have a narrator and this narrator narrate something.

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But 10 and the narrator by and large, he is an authentic narrator, right, he's generally an authentic narrator. However, 10, others, narrators who are also authentic, have gone against what he said they're narrating the same event, for example. And those 10 they narrate in a particular way, this one he narrates it in a different way, then we reject that one why, because as humans, humans can make mistakes, even if you're authentic. So because he's going against, like 10 other people. And this is just an example this number 10 is an example could be three, four strong people, then we reject that and that Hadeeth is not authentic, it might go down to Hassan or it might go down even

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to dive to good or weak, right? Depending there's lots of different criteria, but it would not be considered to be a strong sound, authentic Sahih Hadith, okay.

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So the Hadith has to be free from shove, he can't go, the narrator can't go against 10 other people all you have maybe two people, one is Yanni, like a low level of authenticity, but the other one is a really high level of authenticity. And so he's going against him. So normally, we would go with the one who has a stronger memory as an example. Okay, so there are lots of examples of shots. Shots can also be in the text, right? And shot could be for example, well, actually, the examples I gave a pretty much they can be in the text as well. So I don't need to go into more detail. So that was the fourth condition. So number one, the Hadeeth cannot be sorry, that is not the trade of narration has

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to be connected. Number two, it has to be narrated by someone who is idle upright, at every stage of the chain of narration has to be someone every stage of the chain of narration, who is precise. And number four is that the Hadeeth must not be sharp, right? And the shelf can be in the mutton in the text of the Hadith it can be this not as well, but that is a bit more advanced. Number five, the Hadith must not have an ala in it. What is an Allah and Allah is a hidden defect. And really the first four conditions most scholars of Heidi's can talk about right they can look at and you know,

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quite easily know if those four conditions exist. The fit this fifth condition is the really hard one. And top top scholars of Hadith are the ones that really know about this topic of Allah what is Ella? Ella is a hidden defect and again, this can be in the it's not or it can be in the mutton itself in the text of the Hadith. Let me give you an example of Allah. Let's say let's say

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Abdul Rahman

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narrates from other abdus salaam from me Okay, obviously it's not a hadith but I'm just giving an example of a chain of narration adara man narrates from me now we might look at updraft man and updraft man might be authentic. And he's narrating from above this setup, so it's okay, this hadith is fine.

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And most scholars would just look at it like that. But then we look at this. We say Well, hold on a minute, I've got a man is narrating this Hadeeth and he says in the year 2015, I bought this alarm set. And then he mentioned that these are the narrations or the text.

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Many people would say okay, yes, we know that I've done a man met. I bought this salon so you know that this knot is connected and all of that. But then some top top scholars who have

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Who really, you know, they look at the holistic picture and they look at loads and loads of different durations and stuff. They also see another narration that says the other man says I met about this alarm in 2019 at halftime, so he met him in 2019. But he's narrating something that he's supposed to have said in 2050. This is a hidden defect, this is an elder. So top scholars of Hadith would look at something like this. And obviously, this is just an example. And they would say, Hey, this is there's an ala in this hadith. So we cannot accept this, it cannot be authentic, as So hey, but it might be a lower thing. So in summary, the five conditions of a headache number one, the

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headache has to be,

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you know, the Hadeeth and more Hadar can see that you're waiting, so inshallah just stay in that waiting room, I'm going to bring you in in Sharla shortly. So number one, the heartbeat has to be connected, but it's not has to be connected. Number two, every person in the chain of narration has to be upright number idle. Number three, the everyone in the generation has to be precise and have a good memory or you know, precise in their writing. And number four, there should not be any sharp, you know, shadows in that Hadeeth it shouldn't be anything that goes against something that is much more worthy of being followed than that in terms of number or strength of his or whatever. And

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number five, it should not have any hidden defects and there are many different types of hidden defects in material dimensions.

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He has a book called l Ll and Roger has explained that sharp Ll autonomy and there are other books like that as well. Okay, I'm going to take some I'm going to take a call

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oh I've just switched off whatever on this one second. Whichever con

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Okay, I think hopefully this should work. Let's bring my head Dean mohideen sorry

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let's bring him in

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my head today in Salaam Alaikum Can you hear me?

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You're gonna have to unmute yourself though

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Are you there? My head

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I don't know if he's there by accident or one

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I don't know where my head is my head when you're there let me know.

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Okay, let's have a look at some of the comments on

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hair cutting

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as yours is prohibited in Indian Pakistan as it's against the sun according to them. Okay, I mean I explained the trimming of the heads in previous videos you can have a look at those you can search for that in the YouTube inshallah Mohammed towhead Hussain says brother is watching football like the English Premier League or La Liga is it haram

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now some scholars have said is haram they might use the example of our being between the navel and the knees etc.

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and other scholars who do not believe that our includes the thighs they would argue that it is fine to watch football because that does not come under the major outcome. So there is a difference of opinion among that but the key thing is that we don't make this our life we don't go overboard Of course

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it's fine to have some fun and inshallah watch it etc but let's not you know we can also have banter and whatever but we should not have hatred in our hearts based on that.

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My head I noticed you're unmuted Could you speak

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I can't actually hear you though. Oh hold on. I'm not even in the room one sec. might help my phone in

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my head can you speak

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Can you hear me my head?

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Yeah, brother. Okay. Mashallah, can you guys hear more hate? Let me know in the chat.

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Well, hey, what was your question? Did you have a question?

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Yeah. Before you do that, though, tell us where you're from.

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I'm from Bangladesh Taka Mashallah, you're speaking all the way from Bangladesh in Dhaka.

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It's a pleasure Mashallah awesome. And how did you find out about the show? Is

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it from your YouTube channel? Mashallah, Mashallah, let's see if we can bring you in. Can you hold on? You want to put your video on

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now? Okay, no problem inshallah we'll keep it like that.

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Would you have a question my head before we do that what How old are you?

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15 years Mashallah. Mashallah, we have a young brother, Mohit here, 15 years from Dhaka in Bangladesh. Let's just make sure that we can hear

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Yes, I think people can

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Yeah. Can you guys hear? I don't know if you guys can hear my head. Anyway, my head let's let me know. What's your question, bro?

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I guess my first question is in Bangladesh, we have

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quite a one day difference than time of sodhi. So, the day of alpha, the is when the it is Nigel has. So in Bangladesh it is a jailhouse. Hmm. So most of the people in our country followed the so the time and the fast according to a. So the time in a geohash. Right. But should it shouldn't be? Yes. Fasting Nigel has because data RF is nine to house. Right?

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That's a very good question. Actually. That's a very good question. So what he's saying what the brother is saying. The question is basically, that in Bangladesh, the moon was not cited, the moon for the hedgerow was not cited.

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It was not cited.

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You know, at the same time as it was sited in Saudi Arabia,

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were in Morocco, of course, Hajj takes place. So what should they do? Should they fast on the eighth of the hedger? Or should, which is equivalent to the ninth of the hijab in arafa? Or should they fast on the on the ninth, I'm going to hit you up for them, which of course would be aid for

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for people here. Now, the amount of Islam they have actually differed on this point, right, they have actually differed on this point. And the reason why there are a number of differences of opinion on this point, one of the points that they differed on was should we follow the global sighting or should we follow the local sighting, right. So, if the moon has been cited everywhere around anywhere in the world, should we wherever we are in the world should we follow that or you know, the moon, we have to look at the moon in our local area in our local city or local country, or you know, government or something like this. And, and as I said, this is a valid difference of

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opinion, I actually followed the opinion that we should go with the local sightings, okay. However, many scholars follow other views and there is a third opinion, especially when it comes to Eden, odd ha, is that you follow that which is happening at Hajj. Right, so you follow the Mecca, you know, what they're doing in Mecca. So there are these three different opinions. Now, depending on those three different opinions, then comes the issue about whether we fast on the eighth or whether we fast in the night. Now, what I say is this, if it's that way round, where you're one day before, then there's no harm in you fasting on the eighth as well as the night. Okay, so then you're kind of

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sure that you have got your mo arafa. Right, that you're fasting with the head judge and also because it's not aid for you right and also you're fasting on the ninth in relation to your particular time Okay, just to be on the safe side, but like I said, this is a difference of opinion among the dilemma. And the best thing to do in matters like this is to follow your local scholars right follow the local Masjid or the local scholars because they will be able to you know, they will be able to give you the view locally and why is this important is because for the sake of unity, unfortunately what we have is that sometimes we have people that in the very same household you

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know, you've got the parents are following Pakistan or India or Bangladesh or you know, Morocco or whatever, right, and the children might be following Saudi Arabia or whatever. Guys, you know, it is about unity and unity, it doesn't matter if someone across the world is doing aid on another day, but you in your family in your locality etc, you need to be you know, having some form of unity okay. And there are many examples of the Sahaba the even if you hold a different view, so for example, I hold the view that it should be there should be local sighting. However, if I'm in a country where they follow the view, that you know, to follow the global citing that I will follow

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that view, I will put aside my view and follow the view of the majority of that country. Right. Why because this is better for unity and because this is an issue of difference of opinion, valid difference of opinion among the dilemma of Islam. Okay, so I hope that answers your question. Mohit, okay, yeah, Jessica Zack aloka. Let's take some more questions from the

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from the chat.

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We have but I'm gonna give precedence always to those people on discord oh my god there's a whole essay here Rehan says chef Are you brancacci? I'm not I'm not actually no. Crazy Rashid has given

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a whole essay

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crazy Rashid, I don't think that's a question I can't see that as a question so I'm not going to answer that but if anyone wants to see it, they can see it.

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Let me just leave this channel okay. We have mustard says Mashallah Mohammed Salah fear RC I think

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because it's so tiny from Filipino Philippines Mashallah radical Muslim to both of you.

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Mohammed JD as a chef Are you mad with me? No, I'm not mad. Why would I be mad my brother? Of course not.

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abderrahman when he was reciting I like it Mashallah. Yes, he was good. I wonder if he's around man Where are you if you're around

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we have

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may all of us make do and Salah for our brothers in Lebanon. That's right Mohammed so they may Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for all of them. All the people in Lebanon, Muslims and non Muslim who have been affected by that really terrible calamity. Unfortunately May Allah make it easy for them. I mean Europe

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receives as much love brother from Bangladesh.

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amo says liking the new swag. All right, um, whichever is and where are you from brother.

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So Mina says can a woman wear loose color long shirts with headscarf?

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If it covers the entire body and it's loose and it covers the inside clothes and that's fine in Sharla

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Mashallah, very nice as but I thought

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Mohammed Muslim it says Santa Monica Monica. Sam, please pray for the recovery of my father Mohammed Yusuf who is infected with Coronavirus from the last 23 days does Allah had Oh May Allah subhanaw taala give your father Mohammed Yusuf and all of those who have been affected with Quran or the Muslims?

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You know, and non Muslims May Allah subhanaw taala cure them and give them a full and complete chifa and quickshifter I mean, jambalaya mean and Milla lift from us this terrible you know, disease and May Allah forgive us of our sins. I mean, you're Abdullah Jelani, Salaam Alaikum Salaam ma Salaam Alaikum. Some Andhra Choudhry says he's from Toronto Ahmad Mashallah is the one when he was 16 years old. I remember

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being in Toronto and I remember we I was giving a lecture and then in that lecture actually I'm not can you get on discord? Let's have a chat I'ma get on discord if you're around I'ma get on discord click on that link and come into the waiting room armor. But anyway, I'm not I was 16 years old

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in that time, and he was reading for me Mashallah is a lovely Canadian accent.

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He kept saying water, which drove me mad, because it's water.

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But one thing that he did, I was in the speaker's room in the breaks. And then I remember we started talking about social media. And

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I think this was going back 2010 if I'm correct, and at that time, I think we just read recently someone had created this Facebook page for me and

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in that very time

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I'm going to come into the waiting room come into the waiting room

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is one of the channels on the left. So in that time eimer I asked um, I was like really confused What is this Facebook I just get these emails and it says you know, someone so has befriended you and all this and other gave me a whole you know, tutorial on what is Facebook, how Facebook works and everything. And because of that, I was able to

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Yeah, I'm live today because of that. 100 Allah May Allah Subhana Allah reward him other get in the live call.

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Get in the waiting room. Can you hear me imma Let me try and tag him hold on.

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choudry m and

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o how do you do this?

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I don't even know how to do this waiting room. I'm gonna do that.

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Okay, I don't know where he is. He came into the discord but he's not always at one sec I'm coming. Okay let's have a look at some more questions in the meantime or some comments rather. Let me know guys where are you watching from? Let me know the city where you are watching from and also what time it is so I know insha Allah

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Malhotra says Salaam Sheff waiting for COVID test results please make dua for me. May Allah subhanho wa Taala welcome Sam, Allah Spano tala, you know, give you a negative result so that you don't have COVID mean yarrabah army MH Can you please make to offer my grandmother she she's not well made last one I thought I'd give her she felt also a quick and full recovery. I mean Europe and also my uncle actually in Leicester. He he was taken into hospital yesterday so I would request all of you to make up for him. His name is Mohammed ambus Abbas Moodle. So please guys, all of you please do make up for him. I believe he had a minor heart attack, but 100 days Okay, he's speaking and he's back well

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and hopefully he'll be discharged in Sharla so please do make dua for him in Sharla brothers and sisters

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who else have we got bro long time I have connected with you YNW a that's Mohammed Escobar boo boo, Masha Allah Mohammed the Cabal is saying y n w A and I think that probably stands for you'll never win again because he's a Liverpool supporter I'm guessing so that means he's never gonna win again in Sharla

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Okay, let's try and get this on. I'm not as in I think let's get him in the code

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summary kabongo Are you there?

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armor either

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armor armor armor.

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And you hear me

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wear his armor

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is in the coal? I'm going to speak

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are you speaking because we can't hear you could anyone else

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there you go. I can hear you know why they come slow Mashallah How you doing on a long time?

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I don't know there's some crazy delay here

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I'm gonna record Hey you

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you need to speak I'ma Hello. Yes, I can hear you Hello Welcome Hello.

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Can you not hear me?

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I don't think he can hear us

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Oh, good. Oh technology.

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Under we can hear you when you speak. Okay, you can hear me So speak then.

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Oh, it might be some push to talk or something. There's a big delay. Now you need to listen from the discord not from the YouTube.

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Okay, we got loads of technical issues as usual. Let's try and fix this but slowly slowly. We're getting there. Right guys? We're getting there. Slowly slowly. We're fixing one issue at a time. But while we are there while we are here, I want you guys to those of you who have not join the discord. You can see here this is the discord. It's a little bit complicated, right but here's the general chat on the left. This is the live call what you need to do if you want to come into the live show, click on this waiting room and then we can bring you into this live call.

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And yeah, we're chatting away you can see all these members we have, you know all these members here Mashallah abou dopey armor choudry all of these guys say there's just popped in.

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So yeah, so you guys, you can see that in Sharla.

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Anyway, I'm not I don't know where you are.

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So we're going to have to try again later with you in Sharla in another session.

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Hold on. All right, where are we? Let's look at some of these comments. Okay. I love you brother from Bahrain. Zack Hello heringer the Sajid Mahmood melas pinata Allah for who say you love me also love you and I love you all for the sake of Allah.

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Atul just says Salaam Alaikum

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and we have

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B says Good to see you again. Uh, he hope you all had a blessed and beautiful day. Yes. Alhamdulillah. Allah nihan has given a question he had post that into the discord channel, and then inshallah

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I'll try and do a video on that because I'm going to end the video soon cuz there's a match in four minutes and you know what I'm going to do, I'm going to go to watch that match. So with that I'm gonna say Salaam to you guys. And we're five nil up anyway, so it doesn't matter. But anyways, I'm gonna go watch the match. Hope you guys are well in sha Allah Hope you enjoyed the show with the five conditions of unauthentic Howdy, once again, guys if you have not subscribed, you know, there's a stat that the technical guy has told me or one of the technical guys have told me that over 90% of you who watch these shows, you have not subscribed to the channels so please please please subscribe

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to the channel. And also click on the notification the bell icon so you know when I am going live. And please do share these videos, it takes you two seconds but someone else can benefit from that because Facebook and YouTube and all of these Instagram in order that they spread this knowledge or these videos when you share like and all of that stuff, okay, so it tells their algorithms that you know, this video is worth watching. So if you enjoyed it, please do that. And share it around in your WhatsApp groups or whatever it helps us and to get out. Get out the good work in Sharla.

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I have three minutes left to get to the TV to watch the match. So I'm your brother I bought this lab speaking to you live from the vs city of Mecca and as marketable karma as salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi Tyler we're back at