Matn Abu Shuja #01

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FirstSession 2017 8 3LMM AfterMaghrib


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The importance of practicing holy text and learning from sources of evidence for better understanding of Islam is crucial for personal development. Pr practicing maintenance techniques for health and well-being, including the use of water and impure water, is also discussed. The importance of using a portable toothbrush for purifying one's breath, and the use of toothpaste for longer periods provides a purifying air for one's tongue. Maintaining a clear intention for the machine is key to improving one's understanding of the text and its impact on health and well-being.

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Muhammad Ali. All right, so today inshallah we'll start the beginning of the text of John Khashoggi, this is going to be inshallah a series of courses that are going to go through the preliminary or preliminary or introductory texts in the different

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meaning we will start with the Madhavi Shafi will go through an introductory text in that and then we will move to the other three are doing an introductory text in each and every one of them. Now, the first one will always take the longest time, because it's going to will take some time going into some detail. So maybe I should put it over here, all right.

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And then, when we do an introductory tasks in the second, third and fourth method, it will be much quicker because you already covered everything. In the first time around, we're just gonna look at the differences between now what do we get from doing this? First of all, when you understand a text in one of the four major or known motherhood, of Islamic thought, and what you what you know now is how to practice Islamic rituals and how to understand Islamic law. Based on the opinion of a very large group of scholars, meaning a large group of scholars came together and agreed that this is how they believe is the best way to practice Islam. That's what they think is the best way, it is not

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the only way. But in their understanding and their opinion, this is the best way based on all the evidence that they looked at, based on the years of study that they spent, they looked at all of it, and they came to the conclusion that this is the best way to do it for them. So when we say that this is the method B Shafi what it actually means is that a number of scholars around 600 scholars, if you want to talk about the first maybe 400 years came together, studied for studied Islamic law, they study the Quran, they studied linguistics, it looked at Hadith, they studied all the different Islamic sciences and came up with the conclusion that this is their best interpretation of all of

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that this is how they see to be the best way. But this is not the only way. But it is a way that you could easily and comfortably say that scholars who have studied the texts believed to be a proper interpretation. So you can practice a practicing, you can take a method and practice it with a lot of comfort and safety knowing that this is one of the proper ways of practicing because scholars have looked at the evidence and this is their conclusions are the illusion that they do the same thing if we study the Hanafy, mid February, the manicure the humbly it's the same concept here. Now why do they interpret things differently? We'll talk about that in Sharla. Slowly, as we go through,

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I'll give you some examples. But basically, but to be honest, that is not the focus of studying, then the focus of studying a filter is not for me to explain to you why it is that they differed. But I'll show you how they differed and then you'll kind of draw the conclusions of why on your own, you'll see oh, this could be understood in more than one way. And that's why he chose to understand it like this, and the other scholars chose to understand it in a bit of a different manner. Now what you get from studying a preliminary or introductory text in any method, Shafi is going to be the one we start with. But what do you get from that? You now know, if you study this introductory text, you

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now know how to practice all the rituals and all the basic issues of Islamic law in Islamic

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practice and faith in a structured manner, you know how to do it in a structured way, based on the the consensus opinion of many scholars that belong to one school of thought you don't have the ability to answer questions regarding Is this okay to do? Or is this not okay to do? You don't know how to say that yet. You don't even know the different opinions of the same mother. Because when you look at one school of thought like the Shafi school of thought, there are multiple opinions sometimes within the school of thought what an introductory text gives you what it gives you is the prominent opinion within them. So you don't know all the opinions of one method. You don't know the

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opinions of the other mazahub either. So you don't have the ability to answer questions regarding Is it okay for me during period to do this or that? You don't know how to do that. But what you can do is, I don't know if it's okay or not, but I'll tell you what I do know, I know that as far as the method, the sheriff is concerned, we do this and then you can show him something that is 100% proper, it's okay to do it that way. But what he was doing may be correct as well. You don't know yet, right? You don't have the ability to come up to someone who is doing something that is not what you would do or is practicing something and Zika or Mourinho join his daily rituals and say that is

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not correct, because I learned from this text that this is the right way to do it. No, you have the ability to practice something with a level of security and safety and comfortability that this is proper. I'm doing it in a way that many scholars have approved of and are okay with but you can't go in and correct people. Now you may say, Well, that's no fun. Well, if you're here because that's what you want, then you're in the wrong place. That's not what we're going to teach you not how to go and correct people or give no see rather how to do things properly based on the prominent opinion of a very large number of scholars. Now once we finish studying one introductory text and then we

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study another one in another month when we study

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For, then you still don't have the ability to tell someone you do something wrong. But now you have a wider spectrum. Now you can say, okay, brother, when it comes to praying or doing this act, this is what these are, these are the different opinions, the prominent opinions of the MME that I can offer you, this is what I know they can do this and this and this, you still don't have the ability to tell him what he's doing is wrong. And he's still gonna have the ability to go and fix what he's doing. Unless, of course, it's something that is clearly a mistake that we will inshallah look into stuff like that as we as we go along. But you'll just have a broader understanding, meaning you'll

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have more than one choice, you can say, the Hanafi is, is a this, the chance to say this, and maybe the American vernacular, say something different. So there's three different opinions regarding an idea.

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So there's four different major schools of thought in Sunni Islamic

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or faith, meaning and in the Sunni Islamic school of thought there are four basic schools that have been studied for many, many years. And then the scholars of these mudarabah have spent a significant amount of time and effort in studying all the different types of evidence that exist, and then taking that evidence and evidence processing it and trying to come up with a way of interpreting it properly. And in a way that is that is synchronized and harmonic and you get to choose which one you want. Yeah, so when it comes to what is it, what are we okay to do? Like, is it okay for us to just choose a an opinion from each method and live like that, that most scholars are okay with that, with

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that way of life, meaning if you took a batter Rojas, if you just followed Lucas, or if you just took a an opinion from this Muslim, and opinion from this with him, most scholars are okay with this as long as you don't destroy the structure of the action itself. So you don't take opinions that are so different from each other, that you end up the action not being not having a skeleton of what it actually was to begin with. But that's very rare. And we don't really have many examples of that. So most scholars are okay with you taking different opinions from different modalities. But it's always good. If you're starting out learning Islamic law and trying to understand it a bit of jurisprudence

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in Islam, for you to study one method first, just understand one, understand how it's practice, practice it, and then you can study others, because sometimes you're going to find that the method be Shafi works for you awesome, like you'll, and then you'll find things like what you've been coming across a few things today, like that's going to be significant is going to be very difficult for me to continue. And I will tell you, something like that comes up, I will talk about, you know, comparative, and I'll bring up some different interpretations of

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evidence in Sharla. But it's the guest

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recommended to pick your school. So you don't pick a school of thought that's an important thing. There's no, there's no preference here. None of the other schools of thought are 100%, right, or 100%. Wrong, they all have certain different degrees of right and wrong within them. Because it's human interpretation of holy text, there's always going to be different ways of looking at things. What I want you to do is to be familiar with these different interpretations. And then you can choose what makes more sense to you. And then you can choose what you feel, you know, serves the spirit of the deen more than anything else.

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So she I have a significantly different way of looking at things meaning from the origins of how of where they take their evidence, meaning what makes Sunnis as one school of thought is that the the the origin or the source of evidence is the same for all of them. So Imam Abu Hanifa Imam Malik, Manisha I mean, all took evidence from the same sources. She I have different sources, they use other things. That's why we're very, there's a lot there's significant differences in the way that we think, of course, we'll start with studying the four basic mme, and then maybe we'll have a quick review of ivaldi, karate gi and other schools have kind of how they look at things. But that is

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basically why we're studying this. So what I'm offering you is a proper way to practice things that follows a systematic, structured manner, meaning it has a way of thought that is clear that is well described, it is not the only way of thought I'm not even claiming it's the best way of thought. But it is one way that is based on years and years and years of scholars accumulating evidence and interpreting it and understanding it. Now in sha Allah, you build enough Islamic knowledge from the Quran and Sunnah and Arabic so that you can do that you're on your own, and that will be fine, then you can look at the Delete, look at the evidence itself, think about it, and then say this is what I

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think is the right way based on my understanding of it. But until then, it's nice to take what scholars have already done before you and then if you take different different opinions, what you end up with is a very rich culture, and you stop. See what happens when you study more than one job is that you calm down a bit. You stop cringing, every time you see someone doing something that's not the way you were told. See. So a lot of people I can see like they physically cringe when they see something that that's not what they they're taught. It's important for me that that doesn't happen to you based on what I teach here. This is an introductory text, you're taking something very

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simple. It doesn't give you a wide spectrum of things. You're getting a very limited

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view of how jurisprudence works. But if we

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be shallow, within a year and a half of studying, basically six, this will take around five to six months of studying this text, and then two to three months for each, each text after that, after a year and a half, you will have studied a introductory text in all form. And that way, you have a much broader way of understanding things. And you will find that, Oh, it's okay to do more than one thing in prayer, it's okay to go like this, like this, like this, it's all fine. There's all evidence to support all of it. So do whatever you want, as long as you know, and then you understand what is it that they didn't differ upon, like the things that the scholars did not differ upon,

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suddenly will become the things that are very important to you, none of the scholars differed on who you are on Salah and Hodor, and focus, none of them different on that none of them differed on the importance of that at all, they differed on other things, they discussed many things of moving the finger and what we'll go through during prayer and, and how to do that people will do and they differ on all these things. But he didn't differ on the basic concept of hygiene, being the result of those of you come after will do and you still stink and everything is dirty than you. It doesn't it didn't serve the purpose, though, didn't work out, they differed on certain things. And they

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didn't differ on others, the things that what you learn from studying them

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is the stuff that they did differ upon, and then you relax, because these things are just trivial issues are not that big a deal. And then the other things that he didn't differ upon, become much more important to you. And you understand that these are the fundamental principle principles. These are the basics of the Maxim's that I have to hold on to. And then you're prioritizing in Islam will become much better, much healthier, you'll be able to prioritize better. And there may be things that are not clear. That says that's it. And one school says no, it doesn't matter. My opinion, I wouldn't call it that. I wouldn't use that if you're looking for a pathway.

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So what you end up learning from this is that no, there is no school of thought that just says that Heidi's I just don't care about it. No, there's always rationale. Because a school of thought is not the opinion of one dude is the opinion of many, many scholars who recited that hadith memorized it probably hold it in high regards, but have a different interpretation of it. So what you learn from it is to understand that there's always different ways sometimes understand the thing that you may seem to you. uni dimensional, may look at something, there's only one dimension to this. And then a scholar will say no, no, this is multi dimensional, there's more than one way to look at this

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hadith, understand it and interpret it in the light of other Hadith and other texts, or holy texts that exist. So that's, that's what this whole thing is hopefully going to help you with because it becomes very difficult. If you don't have the ability to understand that there's a difference. There's a big difference between text and interpretation of text, there's a big difference between certain text from a

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from an authenticity point of view, and from a descriptive point of view. And then probable texts from an authenticity point of view. And from a descriptive point of view, meaning

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not all, not everything is equal when it comes to dealing with evidence. And that's why the schools of thought have different approaches to how they look at this evidence. And it just gives a lot of it's very rich, and it offers you a lot of things, many things to think about. I'm happy that when we voted out the method, we just start with the managing Shafi because it's very it's quite balanced in regards to how people view it in comparison to other the other model, they again there is no better method really there isn't they're all They're all yeah annual low ILM as equal as can be, they all serve the same purpose. They just look at things differently. And once you get that chance

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to look at it, see how they see different things differently understand how they ended up comprehending and, and interpreting things differently. You you build a very nice foundation, and you have a very broad range and broad way of understanding things, which is what I hope and show with elbow. Now I did. I didn't put together packages I have, I think 11 packages over here. For those who had put on that they were going to attend physically or virtually they can pick one up those who still want to attend it didn't get one I guess I'll just take numbers today. And then I'll prepare in Sharla more copies. Now what's in it is a notebook and a text in there in Arabic the text

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in Arabic, I don't have the translation exists online, or it doesn't exist online. It's a book so there's more. So let me show ya. And we'll talk about Inshallah, what it is. And it's this is the whole thing, it's double sided, you know, domestic took care of the cost of this, if you want an interpretation of it and English show an English translation of it. There's one written by Musa Ferber This is the only one that I that I know of. I've read it read into the translation, it looks good. And then the the way that it's translated is is fair to me. I think it's fine. But you'd have to buy the book, either online or buy it from a bookstore because it doesn't really exist as a as a

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virtual copy and if there is a Virtual Copies bootlegged. So I don't think the author had authorized any of any of the copies you'll find online. So if that's something you want, I will however, explain every explained the text as we go through it and shut up. We're word for word.

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Who, so I have a couple of people who had so you want to stand up maybe take these around and see who whoever just giving them up.

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Whoever put online that they want to attend, you can have one and then those who didn't? Yes, that can I will make make some available in Sharla for you after?

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No, these are all Arabic. So the English you'd have to pick up, you're gonna have to go by the text in

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from a bookstore inshallah Yeah,

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I did, it's all on us all on the Facebook group, I put everything there I put how much it cost and where you can buy it from. So you can you can, you can do that, and Sharla I'm going to use at least now

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you are not required to memorize

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the texts in order to be certified in a text node. The way that studying texts and Islamic

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Islamic faith works is that you either if it's if it's shared, or if it's written as poverty, then you are required to memorize the text and understand it and be able to explain it. If it's not poetry, then just understanding and being able to explain it is suffices. You don't have to do more than that. So this is not a poetry text. It's just a regular text. So it's not required of anyone to memorize it, you do require, however, to be able to read it in Arabic, and to be able to understand what it means and explain it. So that is the goal for studying this text is that you're going to understand the concepts within it and be able to show a lot to explain it later on for others if you

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want if you would like to benefit from it.

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It was written by a bushel jar Oh,

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honey hammer Hola. And this man died. Some were in the fight after 500 Who God we don't know for sure. The reason that there's some ambiguity about his biography is the fact that there's other there's another Shafie who goes also by the name of Bucha. And lives elsewhere. And those who wrote biographies of these people mixed them up because because of how close they lived to each other, and how close their names where and how. So there was some misunderstanding of exactly so we don't know for sure. A lot of things about him or him Hola. But he was a call the he was a judge. And he was at one point or another a an advisor to some of the governors of the land. His his text is called

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mitten, Elia de Bourgh, the ultimate conspectus. And this text is one of the most studied texts in Islamic Guinee, the Islamic library, there's over 30 explanations

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for 30 Shot 30 explanations for that, for the book itself by three different people. And there's over 15 explanations of the explanation of this text. So people who there's 30 People explained the text, and there's 15 People who took the explanation itself and explained it. So it is the center of a lot of Shafia like a lot of it to the point where I need it's not number of texts is huge. Like it's very, it's very rare. 20 different poems were written to explain it, to write it. So that's 20 different, it was turned into poetry by 20 different people. So altogether, those are on 50 were a piece of Islamic work that is just based on this simple text. And it's very, it's a very renowned

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one, it's a very celebrated one, because it's very simple. And it kind of covers everything and all the other mazahub have kind of introductory texts that were written after that, that took the same approach. So it makes it easy for us to study more than one introductory text and all the different motherhood because they have the same sequence they go by the exact same so the first key tab in this book mean the first chapter and I say the word key tab. Now we're not going to read the introduction more Kadima, it's simple go to the page, I think 15 If you if you have one of the texts that I that we just gave out, I'm going to require someone to sit beside me so I can because I don't

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know that thing by heart. So that we can read it surely I can just so that we can read the text, and we can start from page 15 Inshallah, then go to page and we're gonna go about six or seven pages per per lesson inshallah.

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Finished we will try to finish in Charlotte, end of January. Okay. So the first page number 15, Kitab Bahara. So the book or the chapter of purity, purification, and this is referring to ritual purification. So this is not talking about medical, or just general hygiene, this is talking about ritual purification, specifically, now, are they aligned? Yes, they are. But you still have to see that ritual purification has its own way of doing things you can you can clean yourself in many different ways. Like there's many different ways for you to purify yourself from filth, or from the Jessa or from any but there's a way that Allah subhanaw taala specifically talked about and that

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we're going to study which is going to be we'll do it and listen, and issues like that. So we'll get that but bottom is a chapter of purity or ritual purification. So I think I have a

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if I

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do, okay, so someone can use this actually, this is the book is the explanation in English. So those who can't read Arabic consider over there and can use the just look at that in general and then if you want to buy that for yourself to help, then you can you can do that as well. But that's not my that's a shift. So you have to return to the moment show

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Alright, so first one, and well, yeah, he walks and we say fossil fossil means paragraph. So that means it's going to have a title, there's going to be a title after this, how the book is going to work. So unwell Mia, he works on the types of water and the different

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categorizations or categories of types of water. So elmia, who, and let the Jews will be taught here, several media, the different types of water that we're allowed to purify ourselves by. So this is again,

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to remind yourself of the following. This was written in the fifth or sixth Islamic century, or end of the fifth Islamic century. So that is around 900 years ago. So if it's around 900 years ago, then you're talking

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now 1100, right on the Gregorian calendar. Now, that's, that's a significantly, that's very, very long ago, before at the time, there was no electricity, there were no faucets, there were no taps, the way water was used, was the old fashioned way, there was a well, you would go in a bucket, that bucket was put into another container, and then you would, you know, take out of the container with a with it with a tool with a smaller cup or, or a different tool, and then pour it on your head. Now I lived in a part of Syria with that's what they still do today, there's still no showers coming from from top, you have to sit down to give you a big bin of water. And then you have to just put it

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up and put it on your head. So when you when you have a shower like that, you'll understand that this is very relevant. But is it relevant today, the concepts are the way that it's put maybe not as much, because the fact and of course, all of them are about the same, you'll find this is very similar for most of them, because they're all written in a similar time. Now, the hope is that the next generation of Muslims, study enough of the Islamic texts that were written and understand the evidence understand a different way of looking at things and you learn how to logically and rationally go through evidence properly understand that there's always more than one way to look at

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things. And then they write, and they continue the legacy of film, by writing texts that will be a bit more relevant to people who are living in an era where there were things function a bit differently in these texts again, you know, kind of go back 900 years at least. So elmia, who let the Jews will be taught Hebrew sub Romea. So the water the pipes of water, that it's okay to use for for ritual purification are seven types of water sub Romea, number one met with summer. So we're talking about rain, the water that comes from the sky, so we're talking about rain, when that would have been honey and the water of the ocean or the sea. So this is, of course, the difference being

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water comes from, unless it's acid rain, which you don't want to do purification with that if you're smart. But besides that, it's always going to be water that's drinkable. It's not going to be salty water, however, the water of the ocean and the and the sea is salty water. So if you go to the sea can you make will do and

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of course, of course you can make will do and they'll have never, that should be something that's very, very clear to you. Now what I'm going to do in the commentary is I'm going to offer sometimes pieces of evidence, I mean, I'll explain to you, I'll give you like a hadith or an ad that explains why it is like that. Now most of this stuff you'll find quite simple meaning it makes just this this is what it is there's not much that I need to explain more than what the text is actually saying. But then there's evidence behind it and I'll give you an insight to that evidence to know that's usually left for a second secondary text but I think it'll just be beneficial to everyone and then

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just kind of see how that all works. Now we're not worried about how do you enter the water of the sea or the ocean so salty water, well mountain neti, neti and that is the water of the river so a river or a lake. So if you're at Port Stanley or grand bend and you can make Google and water list they have a sign saying that the bacteria will kill you if you touch it then that case you shouldn't but besides that you can make will do in lakes or rivers because lakes basically come from rivers or generate them well that will be it and the water of a well well mount will end and the water of a spring when that will fills you in the water that comes from find out

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snow or snow itself you take snow put it inside of them choosing the water they can use that for will do as well. Well I'm out we'll about it and then he'll so he'll if it if it's significant amount and it then turns into water and that water you can use that for for ritual purification now, so Melania who I am and then water is categorized into four categories. There are four categories of water that we're going to look at. Right so basically water that is used for purification

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we're gonna have four different categories we'll talk about

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now, in Arabic, the first one is called thought hearin

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MOPA hearin aroma crew. Ba here means pure.

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It is in itself pure muda here

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capable of purifying

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that's what it means, right? I am a crew, and it is not UNRWA commended. Now I know that's a double negative

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So taking minutes, but it's not something that is not recommended it is recommended to use, right? So it's not Unrich amended. Now you say well why did he use that? Because you'll see that when we were talking about number two, you'll see okay, that's why he decided to go down that double negative

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right? So now on recommended water well what about when Mukluk and that is just general general, any any type of water, anything that you look at is just on the natural water that has not been tainted with anything or with anyone, it's just water then that's purifying is pure in itself. So if you touch it, you're not going to lose you're not going to have filth on you. It is capable of purifying you ritually and it's not on recommended to us right.

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Examples of what are the examples of that the seven types of water we just talked about? So the seven types of water that were at the beginning or are examples of that so why how do we know that we can use I'll use this as an example for like a delete How do we know you can use the water of the sea?

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Can someone give me a tissue so it can whenever I write something I can take it down because you like tissue somewhere? So how do we know we can use the water of the sea?

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So Rob, welcome sir to so when I say what oh well Hamsa

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meaning the five narrated the five or the forest in an anathema Did you know Muhammad, so when I say Allah Welcome sir, that means a Buddha would unnecessary that Jeremy the Ibn merger, an Imam Muhammad, so this is what the what the scholars of Hadith will use as row will come. So to me the five sources narrate and these are the five the four people of the Sudan books and then after them Muslim Dyneema Muhammad so these are the five five sources that this hadith was generated. But when it comes to that the prophets like Selim said when he was asked by people who would sail into the red sea he said yes what Allah sometimes we're in the sea and they of course didn't know back then

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when they first so there's like so like only have so much pure water to drink, we make it and then we were thirsty for the rest of the whole trip and this is not working. So it was sort of like can we use the water because they thought they couldn't use the water the sea just because it's salty, like they didn't ask the question so they came up with the you know, they didn't know what to do, but CALL US ally send them yes, you can use it and when they asked him you know, sometimes there's dead fish in it. There's you know,

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sometimes you're making blue and then a dead fish just floats by yellow so what do I do now? Do I continue to do I'd go somewhere else make go do it do it. So he said Alex Awesome. Yeah, who are you talking about the

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see, but who will tell you what the hero sorry

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I'll tell you my two who will meet

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hula means it is the sea of the hula hula the one that's water is pure and purifying and hello meter to the one that you can eat anything that in it. So of course that's a whole different issue when it comes to eating fish that are not properly because that's that's the comes from this hadith we'll come to that inshallah once once we come to the text itself, but what we need from it is a hold on I mean, it is the body of water that's capable of purifying you when you talk to about the sea. So listen, so when you say well, how you when you ask the question, what evidence did the scholars use to say that the water of the sea specifically going to salty because it's different there's

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something different between the water when you look at the rest of the text of the water that talked about rain, hail, Lake River,

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snow spring? Well, all of it is pure water you can drink it but the sea is different right? So this is there's a hadith of the prophet Samuel that has been erected by anybody number of different backgrounds and this is why we know that we can use mountain mountain body there exists so how do we know that other water is usable? Right so there's common sense of course that you should use every once in a while when it comes to understanding and then at the same time

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so that you can eat whatever is dead in it. So if there's a dead fish we're going to study this in a bit more detail and show later but if there's a dead fish you can pick it out of the sea and if it's not, it's not if it has not rotten yet that you can eat it you don't have to actually slaughter it like you slaughter a cattle or or a sheep like if you see a dead sheep you can just take a piece in barbecue and he is to tell us this is not edible for you if you have not started properly, if it just died from disease or something but when it comes into the sea, we're talking about fish specifically. And of course there's different opinions regarding how that all works then you can eat

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from the sea but that's again that's something that surely anyway we'll talk about later. But for us for the for the purpose of this part of the text, Oklahoma minutes the water is the one that has water that is that is pure and capable of purifying. Alright, and now what evidence do we have that you can use any other ones and I mean, sma right MA and BA hoorah and we have descended from the sky water that is purifying. So there's always evidence for something but generally speaking, you know, generally that

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water is purified. So that's the first type of water. It's pure, capable of purifying and it's not recommended.

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Now the second the second one that you can that you can you can use is what what by healing MOBA Heelan McLuhan. So it's pure,

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capable of purifying, but it's not recommended.

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That's what the word mcru means, right? And so when you say the word mcru, means it's recommended to use. Now, if you use it, are you going to be? Is a punishment that is attached to using it? Is there a punishment attached to using something? mcru? No, but there is a you're attached to not using it. Right? So if you so what is the water? Well, who will melt when will Shamis and it is water that has been sitting in the sun for a very long time. Here's a classical example of how scholars thought back then, and how we're supposed to inshallah take from that way of thought and learn and elaborate on. You see, the reason that they said that. So let's say if you've ever lived in a non

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Canadian country, anywhere in the planet, then if you leave water open, and under the sun for a while, then you've come back. And the water is extremely hot, and that there's a layer of

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something on top. I don't know what it is, guys, as chemists, they'll tell you what's on top of I don't know. But so scholars, when they looked at that, they said that this is water that is pure, you it can purify you, but we don't recommend you using it. So if you were to take Okay, why don't they recommend us? Why is it mcru? What is the reason? Because this is a ritual? The word under Recommended here is a religious term, it's not anything, it's a religious term, like you saying it's mcru, shutter and mcru. Anything else? So why would it be religiously and recommended to use because they thought at that time that using this water, that would cause a badass, or it causes a certain

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skin disease? That's what they thought medically at the time. So doctors are good to speak a doctor to a doctor at that time, and told him I want to use water that is sending the sun for four hours during noon. He'll tell you no, don't do that this could possibly cause you to have a skin disease. Yes.

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Is there a mount associated with it? Because like the sun or sorry, the seas under the sun, we'll come to that in a second. Just be patient. There's a few more verses from the lines and they will come to them amount issue? Yes. Can you give an example of the third point like would that be like using rose water or something? Again, hold on for a second. We're not there yet. Just be patient, but it's all coming in. Just work with me. Wait until we're finished waters? And then if there's any questions about water? That's not clear. I'll answer Inshallah, because we're coming to that. Now. Why did they say that? This is not something that is recommended, because they believe that

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medically it was harmful. That is how scholars thought back then. And that's how we're supposed to continue to think today. Meaning if they understood that something logically, rationally within the

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different experimental sciences is saying that this is harmful for you physically or medically as a person, then they would associate that with a religious ruling, meaning they would use the word mcru. Because of the fact that medically This could cause you to have an illness. Now do does it cause to actually there's sun or tan or hot water sitting in the sun? Does it cause any skin disease?

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No, it doesn't doesn't cause anything at all. Like, they just thought that at the time. So does that mean this is still McLuhan? No, that makes sense. And he's like this is this is the human effort of coming up with rulings that serve that makes sense. So there's no evidence here from the prophets, I send them or from the Koran in any point. And we don't really have any medical evidence that this is harmful. But this is how they think that this is pure water, it can purify. But we heard that this can cause you to be sick. So we don't recommend you use it because Allah subhanaw tells us that we're supposed to take care of ourselves with what they care about our own purposes to be we say

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that anything that harms us

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Yes, and that Exactly, that's exactly how

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and it also will the people who understood not only physically just under agreement, memorize this stuff, but actually understood the the origins of jurisprudence and how you come up with it. That's what they go by, they go by what is heartbeat if something is harmful for you physically and mentally, then this is something that is going to have a religious ruling attached to it. That will make a recommend or make it even haram. The same thing goes with something that is extremely needed. Meaning if it's something that you your body needs, or your height, your physicality or your mental health needs it then they will recommend that and that will be a common part of chakra and because

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that's how they understood Islam to work anyway.

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Because this is a complete text. Yeah, we're talking about actual examples not Yeah. No, we're not Yeah. So this is more like yeah, day to day problems that people would go through put all in one text. This is not the law. Right lies are sort of right constitution is Quran and Sunnah and stuff like that. This is just the example they just look up watching Judge Judy basically to seeing what how she goes by now how she comes up with this stuff is the law right now I'm not going to discuss a lot of the lie will give you examples of evidence and how recent McGee understood it. But generally speaking is just

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for you to see how things worked and then have an understanding of how you're supposed to practice properly. That's number two. Number three ball hidden volume up a hill so pure in itself, but not capable or not purifying.

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You can't purify you, but it's pure.

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Well, who remember number one Elma when was Tamil.

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So water that is used before affordable dog. So water that was used before for wudu.

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So an example for that hadith narrated by Imam Muslim that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Jabra says Cryptomeria been for journey Rasulullah so I sell them. But my sub Bala Yeah, we'll do what do I mean he came to me I was very sick and I could I actually I was almost unconscious. What he did was the prophet saw me he made will do and then with the water that was left from his will do he poured it on my head. Right and then the job better felt better got up. So what we take from the idea of course is a lot of things we take from this Heidi but but the formula took from this hadith is that this water that the Prophet saw the lights and emitted will do in must not be in it just

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means not filth, right, because we were talking about majesta In a few minutes, which is something that if you touch was filthy off to remove it, if you're gonna pray, it's something that may need you to ritually purify yourself. So if the water that he had left him afterwards was nudges, he wouldn't have put it on job but because he was it doesn't make sense that the Prophet was always going to pour a net just water on someone. So that tells us that

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you don't need that it's not nebulous in itself now, what will what happens if it's, why can't Why can't you purify yourself with it? So we've established through a hadith I give an example of a hadith established why it's not in there just mean it's not filth. That's the exact as I understand, did that make sense to you? Or did I lose you there's no How do we establish how did this Shafi establish that this water

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cannot purify you?

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So there's another Hadith by Imam Bukhari, where the operator says

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call Allah sola sola lejana test, filmer enable, do not take a shower in a small amount of water, if you want to purify yourself, so there's a little bit of water don't don't take a shower, don't stand in the middle of it and wash yourself. Why? Because that water after that won't be purifying. So they said yeah, well what did i minus now what do you do Bacala who wants to know what? Meaning then you take out a bit and put on yourself you don't sit inside the bin and then get up and expect this is not gonna purify someone after you it's going to be thrown out it's not filth, is not in there just but it can't purify you. So I'm just giving you examples of the Hadith that existed and how

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they took from it okay, that means that this is not filth, but this but this hadith tells us that it means that it can't purify you either off the Prophet Celeste and would not tell us that you shouldn't take a shower in a small amount of water meaning standing in it but rather by taking from it and then put it on yourself so the actual origin of the water stays capable of purifying so there's a bit of water and I need to do need to I'm not supposed to sit sit and then get out and then you sit no we take from it for ourselves so that the actual origin of the water in the bin will stay or the majority of it will stay capable of purifying. Does that make sense? Generally speaking,

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pardon? I guess what does it mean for somebody to be indigenous? Exactly. So what is

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indigenous Yeah, so for something to be me it has to carry something that is impure now within the jest that will come in a few seconds. So an ion and within that Jessa is the next chapter, the next chapter in the in the study in sha Allah so what are the types of math that is likely that is pure but not purifying? He has two examples here and the mountain was dam and water that is used by someone else without water that is used as is not nudges but you cannot use it for will do if it's a of course we don't have that because we just open up a faucet like we just opened up this is more survival series type of stuff so if you're you know camping somewhere you just have some water then

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these things need to come become more relevant but generally speaking we don't we don't need much of this right now. So a bath so if you've taken a bath and the water in the bathtub that water you know you have to change it the person behind you like it would be gross anyway but still they couldn't use it for like they would have to get rid of and get something else. So the second type of water when will the Euro be Maharlika who made a pot here right and water that is changed based on what other substances have caused on it other pure substances has caused to it so like the example of metal world so if you were to bring there's water that has a nice perfume to it, like the scent now

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is that water can still that can still be used for will do even still looks like water. Right? And it still functions like water, then yes, it can't be it has to change its sub its elements or its its structure has to change physically in a way that you can see for it no longer to be purifying, but if it's just so let's say there's mud in it, or there's, you know, different sometimes if you're if there's a lake or a swamp, then the water may have lily pads and different

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maybe different animals or insects in there or just different plants or fungi. Yeah, so this is

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A pile up there is not something that is being mixed with it, this is something that exists within it. The only time a lily pad would ruin water for will do if it was chopped up and then blended into the water and the water now looks green then you can't use it anymore. But if Allah was sitting in the water you can make although I understand the difference between mixed with it and exist within it so that the text here is saying that whatever that changed based on something that it was mixed with not something that exists within it. So mud and if you're making dough and there's mud at the under that's fine unless someone comes in and just keeps on mixing it together until the water is no

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longer water it's basically mud or doesn't look like water any more than you can't use that for for us

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to be like yes there has to be a visual change something that you can actually see now this is where science comes in. And this is where sometimes what we can detect now changes to things that they couldn't detect before like we can see it but just not with our eyes with our microscopes in our so no we used to wish that we still stick to the stick to the visual unless someone tells us like that it's harmful just like Masha Miss right so for them when they were told it's harmful because you can't see difference to the water Windows under the sun you can't see differences just maybe that little bit that's not changing the water still water but they were told is harmful so we're told

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that this water now is harmful that you cannot use it for will do so if someone tells you this water is too much at the level of bacteria and is too high then don't use that for things that could actually harm you physically. Does that makes sense? Generally speaking so there's two types of weather this is the water that you cannot use for will do water that was used before you someone took a shower and or made will do it before you or water that changed its physical elements have changed the structure change based on what it was mixed with from pure things we're not talking about impure things don't go to a pure thing like malware like

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perfume or maybe vinegar or milk as long as there's still water as long as the amount that entered did not change the physical structure of it so it's not white now or it's not it doesn't have a taste to it then you're good to make will do it because it's pure but once it does then you can't make will do it anymore. That's the number three All right.

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Number four The Last Man Oh no just

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so filthy water from me again, from

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a religious point of view, not from a hygiene one impure.

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So now this is madness. Well, we'll let the Hallett fee Hinojosa and it is the water where something pure came into it. So

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if I had a cup of water,

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and then a drop of urine came into it because you're in his example of something that's impure. Now this cup of water is

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just I can't I can't use this anymore. So I can't obviously won't drink it, but I cannot use it for will do it either. Right? So because there's no Jessa in it now. Well, we're doing 18 Okay, Nicola 25 over a year. Now, here's where things become a bit more interesting. So what impure water is, is water that an impure substance came into it. If that water is under boletim well, who are doing a low quality anything less than polluting? What is called latrine.

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Smith town if you look at the explanation, we'll call the time consuming at Rockland Baghdadi crema philosophy, so it's around 500.

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Baghdad, Ian's local, or gallons,

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the best opinion now that of course, just means nothing like I hope it means nothing to you, because it means nothing to me, but it's around

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200 around 200 liters. So we're talking about 200 liters 200 liters, anything less than 200 liters and the jazz that comes into it any type of majesta so urine, feces, anything that is not just a dead animal, it is inside an animal that leaves of course because it flies and you know insects don't count but animals that are mammals and basically in reptiles and and birds again animal in it. And this is not just you cannot not only can you not use it for Windows, if it comes on you now you have nudges out and adjusts on you you have to clean that off. Again, this is of course it unless you're in a bottle of wine you're you're in a situation where you have no choice but generally

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speaking that water isn't just what happens if it's more than 200 liters.

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So if it's more than 200 liters then

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it can't carry the Jessa Hadith that is narrated

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by Muslim

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yes well maybe it's not I don't want to I'm not sure I'm not sure but this is a very new Hadith either Baba Elmo

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local the chain

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let me

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so if the water exceeds

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collectanea comes to the point of 20 liters, it does not carry the Jessa anymore based on the fact, as long as it doesn't change its characteristics. As long as the characteristics don't change, it does not carry an agenda. So again, if you have, let's say, 250, liter, water, a bin, 250 liters, and then someone, I'll give an example a pool, and indoor pool, how many how many liters liters of water out there and an indoor pool?

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Way more than 200, I don't know exactly how much more than 200 liters, right? So a child gets into the water. And he does what a child does. And he walks out. Now, unless the water becomes yellow visually, or stinks, yawning from an olfactory point of view, or tastes differently, then this water is still pure, and purifying, you can make will do and it is still pure, and capable of purifying you. Why because it's over 200 liters. And it did not change characteristics based on the adjuster that entered it. And you're saying the idea, if it's less than 200 liters, if it touches the jossa, it's not just know it's impure, you have to get rid of it, you have to put it on for a tree or

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something, you can't use it anymore. If it's more than 200 liters. Now, it's based on whether the characteristics of it change or not. I'm just saying the difference here has to change characteristics. So then a judgment comes into it has to physically change the way it smells, tastes or looks. So the color is a change, or the sense of smell differently, or has it taste differently. If none of these three things happen, meaning nothing changes, then you're good. This is still pure and purifying.

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Is that clear? So that's the point of collecting the idea of two color of color being around 250 Guardian gallons altogether, it's around 100 liters. So two cola is 200 liters. So anything over 200 liters will not become impure. Unless it characteristics its characteristics change the way it smells, tastes or looks less than that all it takes is a drop. All it takes is some takes in something you can see, you have to be able to see it if you can't see it. Let's say that a fly was sitting on a you know a pile of dog you know, feces and then the fly came and sat on your on your water. And it's like a small bit of water less than 200 liters. Is that net just No, no, that's not

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an adjust no filter show me that's not there just because it's not something you can see. Now you record perf meaning your eyes you can't see anything you know it was sitting there you have no idea. Like if any small part of the Justice there, you couldn't see it mean you have to actually see that adjusted entering or to see the amount of majestic Yes. Like does it have to change the whole water? Like let's say in the pool? Yeah.

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So you see a bit of urine. And then like a couple of seconds later, it's completely gone. Now what about the rest of the water? Does it change its texture?

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you see the yellow? Yeah, come out? No, look at the Whirlpool is it yellow? Then you're good. Alright, so that's the point of quality. This is the point of understanding the concept of two color being over a certain amount it doesn't carry impurity, either one color taint let me but it doesn't carry impurities anymore. Unless it changes the answer the question you were asked it, unless it changes its characteristics, it's still under 200 liters immediately it becomes live for the moment you know, a drop of any majestic comes into it. Alright, so that's, that covers the first paragraph or the first part that talks about waters different types of water? No first one the second one

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after that I added removed and when I put him in

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chlorine, make water No, because the characteristics of water is not changing. You can smell it.

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You have a chlorine is a cleaning factor. So when you look when it's when you're talking about someone actually cleans or mixing it increases the hygiene and doesn't change us to pull it off the Hara. So it actually serves a purpose a hygienic purpose. And that's what most scholars are. I've given the federal four Yeah.

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With the water changes characteristics.

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When do we classify as legit score just

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notice, there's no there's no such thing when it comes to that. So when the Jessa when something that is impure comes into water, only one of two things are going to happen. So

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enters water, right enters the water. Now one of two things are gonna happen only one of two things can happen either is going to stay far ahead of Malta here.

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Pure purifying

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or it's gonna become impure.

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There's no middle ground here. I'm not saying that. You know what? I'm saying that you see a large volume. Yeah, it's kind of whitish. You don't know if it's an adjuster or not.

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So if you don't know you, don't you don't assume

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If you don't assume the JSON unless you know, meaning you have to, because you have to actually know that it's to just I mean, the scent, or the texture has to be telling you that this isn't adjusted based on your understanding. But as long as it's changed characteristic, and you don't know what the judge said, now it is pure, but it's not purifying. So you can nickel do it, which is the point of talking about, basically, we're looking forwards can you make will do and can you take a shower, we will purify, you will not. So know if it's changed characteristics, it doesn't even the Jassa it's not just and if it's not just pure non purifying, but if you see an adjuster falling into water, one

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of two things are gonna happen. Either this water is more than 200 liters and hasn't changed. Its its characteristics. So it's your pure purifying, or it's less than 200 liters, or it's more than 200 liters, and it's changed characteristics. And that case is going to be that just

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did I confuse you enough? Yes.

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Not recommended or recommended. It does have an adjustment but less more than 20 liters. No, it's fine. So it would be not recommended. It's not recommended. It's a you use that no problem at all. Because once it's over 200 liters, it does not carry Hubbard so you're good to use. You don't have any reason not to use all right now. Ion remote Anna Jessa well my elbow room in her the different things that can carry Energizer and how you purify it and what you can purify from it. So what'd you do didn't make it the poro with the belly. And so when so the good different examples of filth is a is urine is feces and dead animals that have blood. So we're not talking about insects or anything

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too small. So if let's say you have a dead animal like a dead dog or a

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dead cat, so its skin is not just but it can be purified total maybe it can be purified bit DeBerry and devoured is tanning. Now what exactly it is, I don't think it's huge. I think it's used today still when when they use when they make fabrics out of animal skins, not that I think they do that too much anymore. But what they do basically is they take the skin and they take off any substance that is meat or skin or just leaving the wool or the or the or the coats from the outside, they take it all off and then they turn it over and put it in the sun for a long time enough so that there's nothing there's no bacteria left on it so basically killing any bacteria and then it's scraped

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whatever's left is scraped off and left in the sun again so it's done a few times and then after that point is called development tools. Now you can you can use that you can put on in your home you can wear your cover yourself at night or of course again a lot of this stuff goes back 200,000 years ago so people don't use that as often yes

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so sometimes it becomes like a grayish comes what

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green so LG is not mixed in it LG is just something that's within the water so it doesn't change anything unless again the LG LG is taking and it's mixed and blended into the water so you can see so what doesn't look like water anymore you're good to make we're doing that so we were talking about swamps and stuff like that. Yeah so swamps are okay as long as the scent of the water has not changed it still looks like water because there's a lot of things in that water as well as all different

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the texture changes then yes you can't use it anymore but that's something you that is a judgment you're gonna have to make personally you have to come to the water and look at it and see has it changed its characteristics are there still water if it still water then you're good to use inshallah.

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So to continue the explanation was you do the maitre d del Toro with the battery and the skins of dead animals will be purified if 10 if you if you use the process of tanning right in Gil del Kelby Wilkins theory, except the the the skin of the dog and the pig and of course this is the opinion of the Jim Hora family key I have a different look at this. Right so this is what the Jim who say meaning the prominent schools of thought think the amalickiah specifically as a school of thought which sees things a bit different. I'm not gonna go into the detail of it today Inshallah, but just so you know that there's a different opinion regarding the

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fact that the skins of the dogs and pigs do they if you turn them will they become bought her so we say so does your mother say that? No, they'll never be a bot you can never use them. And then Maliki have a different opinion when use when tanning because they have a different opinion of the body of both the franzia and the body of the diamond whether they're adjusting it just to begin with because in for the gym, or the body of the pig and the dog are not just just by nature, they're just not just you and for Medicare, they don't see that so that's a difference of opinion that's worthy of, of kind of talking about, Well, Matt, well let them in Houma. Almina hottie Hema Ming and all their

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descendants so dogs and pigs all the different types and species of dogs and pigs and everything that they matter well, the demon whom I mean all the different descendants and species that come from them

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actually like cow and pig mother

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Yeah, so again, when it comes to that there's a difference of opinion like there's a difference of opinion regarding That's why I brought it up. So there's a difference of opinion when it comes to the usage of the skins of dogs and pigs for the gym who they see it to be in there just in the Medicare

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have a different opinion once we study in Sharla simple texts and Medicare I'll talk about why they didn't we'll go through their evidence and how they viewed things and they have a very interesting look at look at it now one of them will meet at eat mashallah and they're just so and the bone of a dead animal of course that is just there was not properly slaughtered of course, was Shaohua and it's any hair or or from the mean or coming or wool that comes from it. And that just is also impure until it's is tanned or used properly in the me except the human being. So the human being is not just during his life nor is you know, just after he dies. So there's no one adjusted for the human

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being neither his hair nor his bones nor his skin, if he's if, whether he's you know, alive or or passed away.

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Alright, so that's just the kind of stuff again, this is an introductory text. Now, the same the same three lines that we just read about tanning, and about the skins of of animals that died, right, it's three lines in this text, and it's around 13 pages in a in a bigger in a bigger text. So 13 pages of just talking about not going into detail. So I understand that how it all works. So it's a buildup you start by understanding the basics, look at the different models and how they view things and then you choose a method that you feel to work with you you'll agree with their opinions the most and then you study in depth now what you're going to find is the funny part of the whole

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thing is that you'll find in each method basically in each method there are all the other opinions of the other method within it they're just not as prominent meanings in that's why each school of thought is actually if you study it in depth you end up taking everything will then show

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all right the chapter may have almost demo who in a 20 minute use what you're allowed to use from the when it comes to cups and plates and in the country Yeah, so we can use from what you can't use what's what's haram to use and when it's acceptable to use now why is not even an issue the what they're saying here is what is the unmet needs the heavy well if you're blind you're not allowed is haram Shavon you're not allowed to use not permissible for you to use cups and plates and spoons and forks and knives that are made out of gold or made out of silver. Right because it's too because it's a matter of extravagance and it's a matter of the Cabal so this is why the is a Hadith of the

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Prophet, Noida ban on body. It tells me so harira will at the Burj do not wear pure silk or thick silk. A pure fake or a slim silk will actually show up goofy and yet the heavy attack goofy or filthy when I talk with women and don't drink or eat in fighters or plates or spoons or cups that are made out of gold and silver Finn Allah home for dunya well in Africa it is for those who want to use it and dunya and then you guys will get enough calories from it. Just from him. Yes from an airman not not for everyone. Yes. How is this relevant?

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How is this related?

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Because it is it is seen as something that is impure, meaning you're using the hub and it's not so because you're drinking you're eating with it right? You make wudu and it's always seen as something to be impure you shouldn't be using as haram. So your will do of course after that is going not to be accepted either. Right? So it kind of connects to that and that matter. Yeah.

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The gold or is it like, okay, so they said, so they said the baba meaning if you have a

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let's say you have a big plate and it's there's a hole in it so it's becoming useless because you're putting soup in it or something. So back then they couldn't close those holes just like when you have a toothache they use gold teeth and silver tea because they just the nature the physical nature of those substances seemed to work better in fillings. So they would fill the hole with a with silver or with gold and there's different opinions on it with gold with silver the majority of the you're fine you can close it with silver, some are okay with you closing it with gold as long as it's not too big. It's not bigger than a coin, but it is actual you know, but that has to be it has

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to be purposeful. So any thing that you're eating with if it's silver or golden it you shouldn't be eating with it even if it's just not pure silver or pure gold. But again, this is when school of thoughts opinion. Thanks so now right now you think oh, that means Oh, hold on. There are different opinions out there. Right so you're right, I'm teaching you one. So learn that one for yourself if you want to follow that and if you don't make anyone look for others, you can look for different opinions on a specific issue if you find yourself falling into a problem with it, like design

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it's still the same thing. So the same problem and fermented or not.

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Yeah, exactly. So it comes to the same this is not talking about wearing he's just talking about the country and eating or drinking. Well you use a standard or at Hema Minella Annie and you're allowed to use any other expensive

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country so you can use anything else. Any as long as it's not gold or silver. Why because the only Hadith that we have is specific on that speaking on gold and silver for the for the Shafia Yeah, they only see that golden silver, or they have different opinions on that saying that if it's higher meaning because diamond then it was gold and silver is haram then diamond should be but HIV you don't *. So you can use diamond if you want. You can use you know, uranium if you want you can do whatever you want. Just don't use gold or silver because I thought the profit somebody sent me specifically said they didn't use any analogy, draw any analogies going upwards or downwards, or

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they're gonna have did when it came to using country all right. After that is that is the chapter using the C work the the tool of C work, which is called the tooth, the tooth cleansing item. Now that was C welcome was to happen frequently. And it is recommended to use C work in every situation of your life. Yes.

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certain types, we're not not maybe what we have today.

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So there you go. Now you're starting to think like a scholar. So that's how scholars think. So did he leave it out purposefully? Or did he not leave it up purposefully? So some people say yes, some people say don't they? Don't they differ in there. And so this is how people think, or you're saying how it works and how it works. So they think, did he or did you know some people say no, he didn't? Or he meant it like that? Or so But no, he said he purposefully let them know he does. He's talking golden silver. And that's why they said you can use anything else.

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So you, there are certain types of diamond, right? I don't think any of the diamonds at the time were ever used as culturally ever. Because diamonds are very hard to turn. Like only recently, could you actually take a diamond and turn it into something that is a tool back then it's almost impossible. You didn't have the tools back then to do that. But they could take gold and silver and then put it under a certain heat and then it became liquid and they can turn it into anything. So again, it's a long and you're standing how it works. So this is how this is how the difference of opinions comes from. There's different ways to look at things or different possibilities. So there's

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always going to be different

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rulings out there. There's like a look at all right. So it's most to have it's recommended to use see work in every situation in others early. You saw him except afternoon for someone who is fasting. If you're fasting after so well, then you shouldn't use it. But I mean, no we, within the filter, Shafi said there is okay even then, so this isn't exactly there's there's like 17 different places in this book, where the

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Swanee the scholar, the author of this text will go against the prominent position of a Sheffy sometimes what he'll say which is normal because Shafi Mehta evolved after he died for many years so they changed certain positions. So this is one of them. Were in check. It's okay to use your work even when you're fasting after after midday. But he in this text he's saying that it's my crew to use it after it's not haram basically, macros are recommended for you to use it after noon after 12 o'clock one o'clock noon. When you're when you're fasting, we will feed my Wi Fi Filati my Well, I should stay bourbon and there are three situations where it's extremely recommended for you to use a

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slug number one and the URI l Fannie Mae as in as mean to him so when the scent of your breath changes from long periods of sleep are long periods of not talking. So if you when you wake up, of course, the breath of death is inside of you if you used to blow in someone's face and they will Charla move on to the next

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are wish that they didn't before that happened to them so so that's one of the most extremely recommended times for you to use Slack is when you when the center of your breath changes after long periods of not talking or long periods of sleep yes is it

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very good so I'm going to come to that in a second I just want to face doesn't talk about that as an example very good you can look at number two Endoca Yamuna known when you get up from sleep so that's number two number one if you if you're not talking for a very long time so your your breath changes or you just wake up from sleep. When does the amulet start and when you go up for prayer now

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what is the substitute for cure today we use toothpaste and toothbrush now that doesn't mean that we don't use cure anymore if you have a car can you come up it's very hard to come by see like this actually good swag that doesn't crumble into your mouth when you're using it and actually destroy your your your gum when you're bleeding before coming in for bleeding before prayer then you can pray it also turns into a more big of a problem to define good to recognize even if you do then it's still nice to have it's still something recommended to us before the prophets was up somebody said themselves in Hadith Buhari Muslim, Lola and Ashoka will maintain an ottoman BC workI Michael OMA

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Cooley salah, if it wasn't the fact that I didn't want to make things hard from my own, I would make sure that they purified their mouths with seawater before every prayer. So what we what we take from this is the concept the concept is make sure that you don't have horrible breath. When you're talking to people or you're talking to God subhanaw taala make sure that you take time and purify now we have toothpaste and toothbrush today, make sure before you leave house, you take that with you by mints. If you don't know what mints aren't gonna find out what a mint is, especially if you're a teenager and you're talking to me during the day, please buy a mint and pop it in so that I

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actually enjoy having a conversation with you. So make sure Mint is an example of what you can substitute, you know, see work for it never means that see like is not going to be missed time is only going to be recommended. But there are other things that come in and serve the same purpose like like so

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we'll just explain the beginning of the next chapter. And then we'll go for pairs of Halloween that must jump to finish much but we'll finish up 17 First ones and the next chapter for all will do II was soon and who the obligatory actions will do the font and then the recommended actions of

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well, for all those who exited to Russia for the Shafia year, there are six things that are obligatory for will do so what you're going to learn not only from this is how to make will do properly as far as the sheffey are concerned. Again, now you know what I make will do properly based on the opinion of over today, of course over 25,000 scholars like back then this is like 600 scholars 25,000 scholars have studied Islamic texts in Islamic evidence. And this what they think is the obligatory actions of will do so you'll make will do and you can feel very comfortable that you're doing it in the proper manner, right. But there are other opinions like other men that have

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have different opinions on what the football will do or what maybe we'll maybe talk about a few of the differences once we go through them in depth. But the six things number one, and nega two and are still big. So you have to have the intention of before you actually start with the first movement or the first item of purification, which is the face for sure if any of the first thing you start with is going to be the face. So you have to have made the intention of blue before you wash your face. If you make the intention that will do after you wash your face and it doesn't count for the shape or you have to go back again. Right? So it's important to have the intention. Now if if

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you just you know, if you didn't think about who you were just you had a very dirty face, hands feet and head and arms. And you just washed them all. And you didn't make the NIA for will do it for this failure. This is unacceptable. me this, this will do that you made has to be repeated because you'd have the NIA that's not the same case for all Madonna. It's not the same case. It's not the only opinion that exists within each method. There are a difference of opinions regarding does Nia is ni and needed for will do so there is a difference of opinion there is a debate regarding that issue. Meaning because yes, can't remember.

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So when you can't remember if you made the intention or not, especially certainly for access for rituals, you should do it again with the intention because you want to make sure that your action is going to be accepted. Right. But it's very difficult. For you not sure of did I make the intention or not? You can kind of get mixed up on a lot of things, but I'm not sure how you could make get mixed up whether I made the intention to do something. I mean, did you know what you were doing or did not know what you were doing when you do it? When you did which is basically when an intention is why else would you make them?

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Exactly why but why else would you be that there wouldn't be willing

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to do those things and that's exactly unless unless they're very dirty, but by chance? Yeah, right. So there's three times three times Exactly. Then you're doing good all right, but he's not gonna stop here at number 17. We will continue with our next 30 Docomo here. So Michael, you should want to really go somewhere I sit down with somebody early he also having his main vertical