# Abu Taymiyyah – Part 4 Who Are The Male Inheritors in The Law of Islamic Inheritance

The speakers are practicing a game of archery and chitchat while playing around. They discuss base numbers, base numbers, and inheritors, including male and female inheritance, and explain the process of memorizing numbers and participants. They also provide a list of participants on a study and explain the process of learning and participants.
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Before

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we start our lesson today,

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I'm going to put some calculations on the

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board.

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What was that number called?

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Base number. Excellent.

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And do you guys remember the 2 groups

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of numbers that we took in the previous

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class? Who remembers them?

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Give me the first but in order.

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Half and then being halved and then being

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halved like that.

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You

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said half?

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Quarter.

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Quarter. And then an 8th.

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And then an 8th.

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This was the first group, right? Yeah. What

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was the second group?

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I want you to tell

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me like how the sister suggested in the

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q and a. Do you remember?

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Online?

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Yeah. Masha'Allah.

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Go on.

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Half of 2 thirds?

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3rd. And then half of a third? 3rd.

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3rd.

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These are the fractions mentioned in

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the sunnah. Right?

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These fractions are mentioned where?

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In the Quran. Excellent.

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I what's the base number?

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24. He said 24. He said 8. Anyone

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else?

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24.

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24. Why is it 24?

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You go with the group one number,

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and then I times the bottom number by

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3.

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Okay.

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So what did you do?

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So

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I

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is found with any of the central numbers.

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He just basically took the

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least of the numbers.

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The base number in this scenario is?

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Is the noise alright?

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Just move this away maybe.

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We mentioned

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that if

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an 8th comes with the second group, The

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base number is going to be out of?

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24. 24.

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Just take that as a principle.

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Some of our brothers who are very learned

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in mathematics,

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they have different ways of also finding the

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base number.

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It's not the only way, but this is

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one of the ways

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how to find the base number.

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Make sense?

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How

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much would this

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person get?

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How much was left over? You divide that

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much in 4th.

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Should I give you guys a real life

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scenario?

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We say that this is

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Allah says in the Quran,

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the parents they will take a 6th each

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if there is a child in the equation.

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8th,

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Who takes an 8th? See who Don't worry,

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we haven't taken this properly yet, but it's

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mentioned in the Quran.

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When does someone get a thuman and with

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what condition?

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Excellent.

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Wallet. Right?

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Say,

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say the eye right.

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Is that clear?

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So who takes it? Wife.

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Wife.

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You got lost a little bit. Don't worry

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about it. So someone passed away and he

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left behind a father, a wife, and a

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son.

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Okay. So you have to do 6 divided

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by 24?

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So now what do you do? Like we

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mentioned that a dad is entitled to 6,

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the wife is entitled to 8th, and then

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the son, he is by the way for

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those who don't know and will be taking

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this

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Who inherits

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with

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and who inherits with tasib,

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and who might be

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a residuary beneficiary,

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and someone who has a

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specific amount

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that he is entitled to.

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Don't worry about all of that, alright?

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You know what? I'm just gonna wipe this

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all out because it's just gonna confuse you

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guys at this point.

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I just thought I'll give you guys a

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real life scenario.

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How do we calculate this now?

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6 divided

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24 divided by 6.

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Because of course, there's someone here. Right? And

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there's someone here and there's someone here.

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How much did he get? 4. 4.

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3. So you do 24 divided

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by 8. 3. Is? 3. It's not 5?

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3.

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3.

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5.

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24.

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Take away 7 is?

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Or 15?

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They get to lock. The residual beneficiary gets

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the remainder. Then you have a residuary beneficiary.

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You guys remember the residuary

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beneficiary issue that we discussed?

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So you have those who have a specific

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amount

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allocated to them in the Quran.

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And they are the 6 fractions that we

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mentioned. Then there are those

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who

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are residuary beneficiaries.

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How much would this one get? 17.

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17.

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Let me just put it back again now.

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That

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wife

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son.

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Okay?

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Why the wife will take an 8? Will

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come to

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that. Why the dad will take a 6?

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Will come to that. Why the son takes

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the remaining?

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Will come to that, inshallah.

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Make sense?

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At this point in time,

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I want you guys to just be able

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to calculate

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the base number,

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which is a very, very crucial number.

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No. It's black. Right?

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I feel like a math teacher.

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What's the base number?

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Why is it 12?

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We have what? A quarter. We mentioned that

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if a quarter now comes with the

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second

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group, all the base number be out of?

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This is why brothers,

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them 4 principles I gave you guys.

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It needed to be like water today.

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But but but quickly like that.

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If half comes with the second group?

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6. 6. How you if a quarter comes

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with a second group? 12. 12. Even 8th

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comes with a second group? 24. 24.

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Makes sense?

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Play, what if a half comes with a

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quarter?

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Quarter.

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We make the base number

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What do we do? The biggest numerator or

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the biggest denominator?

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Denominator.

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So

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in this case, what would it be?

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12. 12.

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For those who are attending for the first

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time, if you don't understand, don't worry.

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Yeah.

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We're just playing around here.

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When you want to play around,

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right?

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And you want to spend some time doing

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leisure, then do archery.

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When you want to have chitchat,

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so you wanna sit around having talk with

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one another,

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what should you do? Speak about?

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Farai, inheritance.

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So we're just

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6. 6. 18.6.

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Come on, brothers.

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4.

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What you basically do is,

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if there is a fraction

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where the numerator

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is more than 1, like in this case

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here it's pretty clear. What do you do?

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12

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divided by 3 is?

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4. 4.

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4 times 2,

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like that. You divide by this and the

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way to remember is because that which is

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normally under you divide,

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And then you multiply by the top.

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For those who study maths,

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that's how you calculate fractions.

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Even if you didn't attend the week before,

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the week before that, I'm sure you understand

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that part. Right? No. Excellent.

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Zakre Brothers?

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Who's used Math Swatch in the past?

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Guys know Math Swatch?

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It was math's watch that got me an

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8.

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But then I got a d for college.

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That was January exam then I left.

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But later on got my distinctions and I

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went

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to Loughborough University to do civil engineering.

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And perhaps don't scare.

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So what would that be?

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12 divided by 3 times 2?

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8. 8.

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12. 12 divided by 6 times 1.

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12 divided by 4 times 1.

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You guys get now how to calculate it?

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I was going to ask how much do

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you guys have in your bank account, but

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then

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We'll just take

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20

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£1,000

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that Tahmid has left behind. Mashallah. He says

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Atar.

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He says,

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The Hamid, what would you do now

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to calculate how much each

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individual gets?

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Remember?

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What is the first mathematical

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step?

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You're right, Sahir.

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So how much is that? 8 plus 12?

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2? 13. 10? 13.

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This in Al Farai is called Al Aul.

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Al Aul.

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When each allocated amount is more than the

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base number.

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What we would do in this case is

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maybe it was a bad example to use.

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What we would do is we would write

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13 here.

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Instead of it being 12, it'll be 13.

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Yeah.

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Let's just change it about a little bit.

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But the whole idea, me giving you guys

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all these fractions was to calculate the base

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number. Makes sense?

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And then the remaining

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Is, in this case how much?

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2.

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Tameel left behind £20,000.

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What is the first step

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in distributing

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this £20,000?

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So you do 20,000 divided by 12?

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Excellent.

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20,000 divided by?

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12.

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Which Which is 1666.

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Divided by 12. And then what do you

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do?

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So To allocate.

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Okay. You got 1.66666.

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Yeah.

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And then you're just gonna tie this.

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1.666.6

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66. Right?

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Plain.

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What did you do then? Times so now

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that number, you times it by 8, and

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that's how much the first person will get.

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Multiply it by?

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Let's take another one.

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Yeah? And then you do the same thing

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for the second person. So 1 point so

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166

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times 2,

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and then you do times 2 again. And

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that's how much

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What's 1.666.66666

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multiplied by 2?

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Normally, what you would need to do is

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round it up.

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Okay? So you would say in this scenario,

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0.67.

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Just to make your calculations a little bit

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easier.

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And then multiply that by 2 again, is

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the remaining.

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Does it add up to 20,000 brothers?

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Does it add up to 20,000

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when you make these calculations?

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Have I lost you guys here?

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It's pretty worthy. Right? It's pretty clear.

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No.

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You guys with me so far?

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Someone quickly do. Did you get 20,000?

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Yeah. It all adds up to £20,000.

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I guarantee you guys, and we've only taken

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4 lessons, right?

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If you were to now calculate how much

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each inheritor would get if you were to

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pass away today, you'd be able to calculate

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it very easily without any

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hesitation.

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Do you

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have parents?

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Yeah.

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You have a wife?

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A wife?

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No. You have children?

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No. You have any grandparents?

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Yes.

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my mom, and my grandmother, my dad.

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That'll be very pretty

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simple. After today's class

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and then maybe another two classes,

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guys should be able to

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A lot of the chapters that we take

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like for example, earlier, it nearly became 13.

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Right?

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This is a chapter called Aul. Sometimes it's

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less than the base number.

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These come later on,

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but most people scenarios are pretty straightforward.

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Is that clear? Are pretty straightforward.

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We'll do one more

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before we take

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today's class.

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My brothers, them four principles.

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I'll call it 4 commandments.

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When it comes to the base number, it's

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very very important. Try to have it like

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water. Try to have it like water.

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What's half 6?

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How many do we get?

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10.

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10.

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So we'll take him out.

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Because we're not taking Babilah out.

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Makes sense?

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Okay. We're gonna do this last one, inshallah

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to Allah.

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£500

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that it leaves behind.

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What's the first step?

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500 divided by? 6. 6. You get?

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83.33.

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83

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0.333.

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Type.

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And then what do you do?

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Finding the base number, my beloved brothers

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and sisters,

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right,

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is the essence of Faraiq.

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Layer 1, you'll come across so many different

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chapters,

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it still revolves around finding the base number.

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That base number, if you get that wrong,

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you'll be handing over chunks of money to

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wrong people.

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And once you've distributed it,

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can you just say to the guy, oh,

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give me the money back. He may give

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it back to you, but what if he

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doesn't?

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You're leaving,

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right?

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Some of the inheritors

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waiting.

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He may need it at that time, but

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you've done it wrong.

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Even if you don't become like

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a strong student in inheritance,

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at least

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you have what?

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You have some sort of understanding in Faraiq.

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Right?

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Surface level

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That's why they

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say,

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Try to learn something from everything.

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Try to learn something from everything.

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It may not necessarily be

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correct in

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in totality, this particular statement.

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However, makes a lot of sense. You try

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to take something from everything, at least you

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have found it and then you build on

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each thing

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that you've taken.

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Plain.

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Today, we're going to take

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Assalam.

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Today's topic is the inheritors.

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The male and female inheritance.

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Who inherits?

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Who inherits?

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Is everyone

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from your relatives that inherit? Do

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you guys remember

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the 3 categories

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that we mentioned previously from those

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who may inherit.

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Do you guys remember?

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All this first category?

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Those who the Sharia has allocated

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a specific amount to, or a specific share

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to.

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And we mentioned they are the

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6

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fractions that were mentioned in the Quran.

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And those it was allocated to. What was

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the second category?

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My favorite term in English.

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The residuary beneficiary.

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Right? And then you have a third category.

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What's a third category? The one connected by

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the female? None.

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Arrahim they call them. Arrahim.

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If there is a female between you

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and the one

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above them

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That which connects

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between you and the one above. If that's

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a female, then Rahim.

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Very very rare, very rare scenarios do they

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ever inherit. It's mostly between the first category

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and the second category.

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Are you guys with me? Now we need

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to know who

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are the male and female inheritors.

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Is that clear?

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Who are those of the first category and

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those of the second category? Who are they?

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Right?

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Is it my great great great uncle,

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Sorry, great great great father who might be

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alive, does he inherit?

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Is it my

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foster parents,

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Do I inherit from them?

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Right?

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We need to know who inherits.

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Let's start off with the men.

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I could have easily just listed all of

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them.

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The reason why I didn't list all of

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them was I want you guys to memorize

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it like this.

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It'll get very very easy. Let me explain

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something to you guys. Everyone pay attention.

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When you're done with taking the selfie.

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You have the son

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and then you have

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his children.

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You have the father and then you have

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the one above them.

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How many is that already so far?

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4. So you have the son, the father,

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the uncle, and then you also have

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brother.

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They are 4 and then they branch out

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as well.

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Okay? So if you memorize inshallah

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the father, the son, the brother and the

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uncle. Remember that they were the first 4

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that I put on the board.

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They were the first 4 that I put

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in the board.

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And then they start branching out.

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Are you guys with me?

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The brother-in-law? Yeah. I just searched up.

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Call me the brother-in-law.

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Because that's basically your wife's relatives.

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So wife's relatives, they don't inherit from you.

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So you have the father,

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the son, the uncle, and the brother.

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Them 4 are very very clear.

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Father has a grandfather.

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The son has

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a son.

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The uncle then branches out to

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a paternal.

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Uncle which is the one from the

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from?

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From the father, the half one. And then

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you have the full one. Them 2. And

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then they have kids as well.

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You guys with me? And then you have

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the brother, you have a half brother

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from the father's side. Half brother from the

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mother's side.

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And you have the full one as well.

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And each one of them have what?

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Kids. An easy way to remember that look,

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you have a full brother.

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Full brother.

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Let's put the in the middle. Right? Full

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brother.

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Half brother from the father side.

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Half brother

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from the mother side.

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Right?

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You guys with me?

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And then his kids,

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and then the other one's kids as well.

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Everybody get that?

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That's already 5 out of the way on

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one side.

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Guys with me?

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And then on this side, you have the

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uncle,

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the full one, the paternal one,

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then his kids and then the full one's

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kids as well.

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The the

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the

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one that passed away, his son.

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Let's just say for example, I have a

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brother called Ibrahim.

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Ibrahim is my full brother. The one I

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was sitting there in the corner.

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I also have a brother from

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my dad's other wife. That makes him

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my half paternal brother.

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Makes sense?

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No.

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00:30:30 --> 00:30:32

00:30:32 --> 00:30:34

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they would become

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what?

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The sons here.

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Is that clear?

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Is it okay if you go over the

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uncles?

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Okay. The uncles.

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I have an uncle. He's my dad's brother.

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Sahir,

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he's my what?

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My fool.

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00:31:08 --> 00:31:10

he has a half brother

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00:31:14 --> 00:31:16

That makes him also my uncle,

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but a half uncle. Does that make sense?

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You guys with me?

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Let me just

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did everybody get that so far?

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So we have 14 written down here, and

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the number 15 is the one who freed

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a slave.

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They call him the Marduk.

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We'll we'll come on to all of that.

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We'll come on to all of that. It

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might not even necessarily get there.

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00:31:53 --> 00:31:54

nothing.

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00:31:58 --> 00:31:59

So there

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are times when some are going to be

00:32:02 --> 00:32:02

deprived,

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some of them are going to be blocked,

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maybe a better term to be using is

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so and so is blocked from inheriting.

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Okay?

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So how many on this side?

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5.

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5 or 4?

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4. How many on that side?

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5. 5.

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How many?

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Here? 2. How many on top? 2. Here

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we say we are in Allah. Here we

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also say we're in Nizel.

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The example that is used here is a

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grandson. It could also be a great grandson,

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the great great great great great. That's why

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they always say we're in nizil. Even anything

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that comes lower from that. But don't confuse

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yourself with that now. These are the 15.

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Right? 14 are written down here. The 15th

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one is the one who has freed his

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faith, which we don't necessarily need to speak

00:32:55 --> 00:32:55

much

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about. You brothers and sisters with me?

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Okay. Who can quickly go through all of

00:33:02 --> 00:33:03

them from the top of his mind?

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Always remember the 4. Who are the 4?

00:33:08 --> 00:33:10

The one above, the one under, the one

00:33:10 --> 00:33:11

on the left and the one on the

00:33:11 --> 00:33:13

right. Who's under?

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Just to look at me as the one

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who has passed away.

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Right?

00:33:19 --> 00:33:21

They even mentioned in the books,

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you will not become a Faraday,

00:33:24 --> 00:33:25

a scholar in Farayid

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until you kill everybody that you know.

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How does that mean?

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Until you kill your children, you kill your

00:33:36 --> 00:33:37

00:33:38 --> 00:33:39

how does that mean? That you go physically

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go out and start killing them?

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You start calculating, okay, so and so has

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passed away.

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Right? My dad, take him out of the

00:33:47 --> 00:33:50

equation, he's died now. Who inherits? Your son's

00:33:50 --> 00:33:51

passed away. Who inherits?

00:33:52 --> 00:33:54

Making all these calculations, he makes you what?

00:33:55 --> 00:33:56

Very skilled

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at calculating

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inheritance.

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Say before now.

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Look at me as the one who's passed

00:34:06 --> 00:34:07

away.

00:34:08 --> 00:34:09

I have a son,

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I have a father, I have an uncle

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and I also have

00:34:13 --> 00:34:14

a brother.

00:34:17 --> 00:34:17

Grandfather.

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Grandfather above. So it's my father and the

00:34:21 --> 00:34:22

great grandfather,

00:34:22 --> 00:34:23

my father and the grandfather.

00:34:24 --> 00:34:26

00:34:26 --> 00:34:29

Son and the grandson, that's already 4.

00:34:29 --> 00:34:31

And then you have my brother.

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My full brother,

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half brother from my dad's side, half brother

00:34:35 --> 00:34:37

from my mom's side. That's what?

00:34:38 --> 00:34:39

3.

00:34:40 --> 00:34:41

Half brother.

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My full

00:34:45 --> 00:34:47

brother has children.

00:34:47 --> 00:34:48

My paternal

00:34:49 --> 00:34:51

half brother also has children. They are what?

00:34:51 --> 00:34:52

That's another 5.

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And then my uncle.

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My full uncle, and then you have the

00:34:58 --> 00:34:58

half uncle.

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And both of them have kids, that's another

00:35:01 --> 00:35:02

4.

00:35:03 --> 00:35:03

Right?

00:35:04 --> 00:35:06

4 plus 2 plus 2 is how much?

00:35:06 --> 00:35:08

8. Plus 5 is?

00:35:09 --> 00:35:12

13. 13. How many left? 2. Who's the

00:35:12 --> 00:35:15

14th one? The husband. The husband.

00:35:15 --> 00:35:17

Who is the 15th one? 1. The one

00:35:17 --> 00:35:18

who frees safe.

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Everybody get that? We're not gonna stop our

00:35:23 --> 00:35:25

class until 2 brothers come up and they

00:35:25 --> 00:35:26

explain it the way I just did.

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4.

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4.

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You come.

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No. You you you. Yeah.

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Well, like I said,

00:35:50 --> 00:35:53

gone through all of that, listed it. But

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like this, you'll be able to memorize it.

00:35:54 --> 00:35:56

And I know how difficult it can be

00:35:56 --> 00:35:58

to memorize what? 15 of them.

00:36:07 --> 00:36:09

Where's the father? Is he up, down, left,

00:36:09 --> 00:36:12

right, up? And above him is grandfather. Above

00:36:12 --> 00:36:13

him is grandfather, it's 2. So the son

00:36:13 --> 00:36:15

below. Son below? Anything below. So

00:36:16 --> 00:36:19

the grandson. Grandson. Anything below that comes after

00:36:19 --> 00:36:21

that. So how many is that altogether? Four.

00:36:21 --> 00:36:23

Yeah. 4. Right? And you have the brothers.

00:36:23 --> 00:36:25

You have a full brother. You have the

00:36:25 --> 00:36:27

full brother? Half brother from the paternal. Half

00:36:27 --> 00:36:28

brother from the paternal. Half brother from the

00:36:28 --> 00:36:31

maternal. Half brother from the maternal. Full brother's

00:36:31 --> 00:36:31

children.

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Four brothers the full brother, his children, his

00:36:34 --> 00:36:37

sons. Yes. And then the half brothers from

00:36:37 --> 00:36:39

the paternal sons. Then you have the That's

00:36:39 --> 00:36:39

how many altogether?

00:36:40 --> 00:36:41

5.

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There's always 5 on the

00:36:43 --> 00:36:44

brother's side.

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Is that clear?

00:36:47 --> 00:36:50

So how many is altogether? 5 plus 2

00:36:50 --> 00:36:52

plus 2 is how many altogether?

00:36:52 --> 00:36:53

9. 9.

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And you have the full uncle?

00:36:55 --> 00:36:57

Full uncle. And you have the paternal uncle?

00:36:57 --> 00:36:59

Paternal uncle. And their children.

00:36:59 --> 00:37:01

And their children. Then you have That's what?

00:37:01 --> 00:37:02

Four together.

00:37:03 --> 00:37:04

Did everybody get that? You have your full

00:37:04 --> 00:37:07

uncle and then you have the paternal uncle,

00:37:07 --> 00:37:08

and both of them have kids.

00:37:09 --> 00:37:11

Babe, how many is all together? 13.

00:37:12 --> 00:37:14

Like husband. Husband. I'm gonna free it safe.

00:37:15 --> 00:37:16

I'm gonna free it safe, Jameel.

00:37:17 --> 00:37:19

Do you know who taught me this way

00:37:19 --> 00:37:20

brothers and sisters?

00:37:22 --> 00:37:24

It was none of my teachers.

00:37:25 --> 00:37:27

00:37:27 --> 00:37:28

the Haram.

00:37:29 --> 00:37:29

He decided

00:37:31 --> 00:37:33

to walk into the inheritance circles.

00:37:33 --> 00:37:35

The Sheikh who runs all of these inheritance

00:37:35 --> 00:37:36

circles, right?

00:37:37 --> 00:37:38

00:37:44 --> 00:37:46

he asked me to listen to

00:37:48 --> 00:37:50

some of those who wanted to start this

00:37:50 --> 00:37:50

program.

00:37:51 --> 00:37:53

Normally, the chef will give you a paper.

00:37:54 --> 00:37:56

On this paper, there's two sides.

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One of the things that you have to

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memorize is,

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who from the male

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or who from the men

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inherits?

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And who from the female inherits? The only

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the female is very very simple. So only

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10 of them will take that next week,

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InshaAllah.

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So you've got brothers, right? Picking up this

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paper, literally memorizing it, just like that.

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One after the other. One time a brother

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came, I think he was from Sudan,

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and the teacher was like, Can you listen

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to him? So I'm sitting there, students are

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coming 1 by 1,

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reading what's on the 2 pages.

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This prophet was like, listen I have a

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very easy way of memorizing this.

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Right? And then he said, you got 4

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people.

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You got what? The son, You got the

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father, you got the brother and you got

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the uncle.

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Just put these 4 together like that. Then

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go up a little bit and then go

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down a little bit and then branch out

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on your left and then branch out on

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your

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right. I'm sure most of us are not

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memorizing. Right?

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So you go up a little bit. Who

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is that?

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Grandfather.

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There's already 2 at the top. And anyone

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who goes all over him, or is higher

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than him. So there's 2 already at the

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top. How many at the bottom? 2. 2.

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You got a son and? Grandson. A grandson.

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How many is altogether?

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4.

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Then,

00:39:20 --> 00:39:21

00:39:21 --> 00:39:22

4.

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How many on that side? 5. 5.

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So you have the full brother,

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the half paternal brother,

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the half maternal brother.

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That's 3.

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The 4th brother has kids

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and the paternal brother has kids as well.

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How many is that? 5.

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And then you have the uncle.

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Full uncle.

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Paternal uncle. I think everybody knows who the

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paternal uncle now is. Right?

00:39:53 --> 00:39:54

00:39:54 --> 00:39:56

he has a full brother

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And then he also had a half brother.

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Because their father had more than one wife.

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Everybody get that?

00:40:06 --> 00:40:08

How many on that side? 4.

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How many is all together?

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13.

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And then you got the husband who's by

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himself. I don't think anybody will forget the

00:40:14 --> 00:40:15

husband,

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Sahih. And then the one who frees the

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slave.

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That's 15 altogether.

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I missed a little bit earlier. So what

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do you mean by the husband?

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Husband. As in The wife passes the way

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she leaves by the husband. The wife's affected.

00:40:29 --> 00:40:31

Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So now the wife passes.

00:40:32 --> 00:40:32

No. No. No.

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No.

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We're

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not speaking about husband and husband.

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The reason why they're laughing is because

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suffer a light, Azim.

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He came to read to me just before

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00:41:12 --> 00:41:14

You know, Al Imam al Bukhari Muhammadullah says,

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someone will not become an Alim. Alim.

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Until he takes knowledge from those who are

00:41:27 --> 00:41:30

higher than him, Those that are like him

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and those that may have less knowledge than

00:41:32 --> 00:41:32

him.

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So this brother now,

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right? Has just started inheritance course.

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And I've been studying it for months on

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end.

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He is now benefiting me with something,

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right? That no teachers ever taught me.

00:41:49 --> 00:41:51

You guys with me? Not even the teachers

00:41:51 --> 00:41:53

in the Halakat knew this method

00:41:53 --> 00:41:55

of memorizing the 15. It will be very

00:41:55 --> 00:41:57

difficult to forget Islam.

00:41:57 --> 00:41:59

Would you guys agree with that? Instead of

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me giving you 15,

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look.

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Maybe you can zoom in here.

00:42:04 --> 00:42:05

Right?

00:42:06 --> 00:42:07

The 15 are written just like that.

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If I say to you sit down and

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say,

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You might find a little bit

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difficult memorizing it. And then even if you

00:42:17 --> 00:42:18

did memorize, you forget it.

00:42:21 --> 00:42:23

Everybody get that? One last person to come

00:42:23 --> 00:42:24

up.

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Come come.

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Don't really.

00:42:30 --> 00:42:31

No no no.

00:42:40 --> 00:42:42

By the way, it's not a promo for

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so

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much.

00:42:50 --> 00:42:52

It's the person plus the weight? Come here.

00:42:52 --> 00:42:53

Come here. It's an excellent

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board.

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So they don't get confused at what's on

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the board.

00:43:01 --> 00:43:03

Person passes away, he has his father,

00:43:04 --> 00:43:06

and then he means his son.

00:43:06 --> 00:43:08

To the right is his brother. To the

00:43:08 --> 00:43:09

left is his uncle,

00:43:10 --> 00:43:10

full uncle.

00:43:11 --> 00:43:13

00:43:13 --> 00:43:14

has his grandfather.

00:43:14 --> 00:43:16

On the bottom is his son's son.

00:43:17 --> 00:43:19

On his right, full brother, and then he

00:43:19 --> 00:43:21

has his half 2 half brothers,

00:43:22 --> 00:43:23

maternal and paternal.

00:43:24 --> 00:43:27

The full brother's sons, and, half brother paternal

00:43:27 --> 00:43:28

sons.

00:43:28 --> 00:43:30

Has how many on that side? So that's

00:43:30 --> 00:43:32

5 on that side. 2. 2 at the

00:43:32 --> 00:43:34

top, 2 at the bottom. Then left hand

00:43:34 --> 00:43:35

side is full uncle,

00:43:36 --> 00:43:39

then paternal uncle, and then both their sons.

00:43:39 --> 00:43:40

Excellent. How many is altogether?

00:43:40 --> 00:43:43

13. We got 2 left. And then husband

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and

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free today. Yeah. No one on free today.

00:43:46 --> 00:43:49

Did you before this study this before? Yeah.

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First time? First time.

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