Matn Abu Shuja #36

Adnan Rajeh


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2018 5 10 LMM at 8pm -Chapter of Inheritance 1


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The speakers discuss the "monkey" rule in English to help someone die and how it can be used to split someone's estate into pieces. They emphasize the importance of transparency and understanding of rules, including the math process of dividing shares by the number of children and sharing them. They also touch on the "habitable system" and its definition as a system of providing adequate financial and housing conditions for parents. The speakers emphasize the need for a "habitable system" that is not just a matter of race or sex.

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Hang on hamdulillah help God I mean while masala was certainly Mubarak Allah seen you know, have you been able to beginner Mohammed in water early he was I have yesterday so today we start Kitab will follow? Well we'll fire so inheritance and wills. So there's a chapter of inheritance and wills inheritance is a lot of fun, it's just interesting how it all works I'm going to start this by giving an example just so I can pique your interest and then after that I'll start going through the short text. So here's an example.

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I'm gonna write this in English, even though I've never done any English before, this is my first time actually trying this in English I use it in Arabic, but I'll do in English. So a person dies. So once a person dies, and he's left some amount of money after them. So usually they come to us saying we need we want to know how to divide the inheritance. So I usually we go something like this, I would make a

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start making tailback right here the wife

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It's interesting enough, even if it's like four wives, they still all just take the one place you'll see in a minute. All this will be explained in showing. If you don't know how this works, this will be very helpful for you. So that's how I usually would start doing this. And then in front of it.

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Right on the left side, I would rate here eight.

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Here six.

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And here I'd write something called osobowe. With Iein which is a word we're gonna explain very soon. You guys understand show

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right now.

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Six and eight, the common smallest denominator. I think that's what they say in McAllen math in English. I'm not Harmsen Sure. It's 24.

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Inheritance and rules.

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And then what's left is 17.

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Right, so 17 He's going to get twice what the girl gets that came through hold on theme. You can divide this by three, unfortunately. So we times everything by three to make just to make it easier. So now

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three times 24. What's the times 24? Give me is it 72.

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And we're done.

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So now, if a man comes to you, or your family comes to you as a man or you are the man died, he left after behind him a mother,

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a wife, a daughter and a son. Right. And a lot of other family members, like a ton of other family members. Yeah, as brothers and he has no he has uncles and he has cousins and he has nephews and nieces. These are the ones that actually matter.

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Right, these ones are actually put up and his how his inheritance is gonna go. You're gonna take whatever he owns, let's say he owns

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what's a good number here. Let's just give a number. Let's say this guy's really $10,000 So what you're gonna do is you're gonna you're gonna divide 10 Okay, like he left that's nothing was $10,000 Come on. Okay. $100,000 $1,000

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So his whole inheritance is $100,000 All right, you're gonna divide that inheritance into 72

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sections so we get divided by 72 So someone with a phone? You have a phone now? You do do the math for me. So divided by 72

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What do we get?

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So, the wife will get this number times nine.

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All right, so she'll get this tump number times so times that by nine please.

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4000 12,500 you're gonna round up the number that's okay.

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The mother will get this number.

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This number times by 12 So times that by 12 That's the first number 1388 times eight 916 1666 Wow, nice.

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The daughter will get it get it time 17

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See, same number 1313 188 times seven.

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And the boy will get it the sun times 34

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So if you add this all up, they'll get 100,000. Okay?

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Does that make a quick? Does it just kind of make a bit of sense, and not the other family members get nothing if those people are there to give me your family members, you want to talk family members for me? father's dead.

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He's dead.

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So father here to be dead, not only the Father has to be dead, but the grandfather has to be the two, because of the father or the grandfather is dead than they would they would exist here as well. Right? So I'm telling you, I'm telling you. So give me the numbers, I'll tell you some of them that are there that don't matter. And some of them that are not here right now because they're deceased. So the father here has to be dead grandmother.

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The grandmother, so the grandmother, as long as the mother's there,

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there's nothing

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she would get, there's a difference of opinion when she gets if the father's grandmother would get something. Or the father's mother, when she gets something here not because the Father's not there. Then his parents would be able to,

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to get something

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in his on his behalf the difference of opinion here.

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So the mother's mother is not gonna get anything because she's already alive. But the father's mother may get something. But that's different upon, generally speaking, but yeah, she would get something so the grandmother would get something. What about siblings? Yeah, siblings. They get nothing.

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Nothing, nephews, uncles,

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right? Nothing.

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Step by

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step, the word step, step. All right, nothing, say step close, nothing.

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Nothing in laws, that wasn't gonna give your inheritance your in laws, come on, get yourself, have some,

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you know, nothing, nothing like that. No children.

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So unless. So these two, their children get nothing. But if he has a son or a daughter, they're deceased. And they have kids, and they get something.

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Alright, so this is an example we didn't get into. But this is the bread and butter of this, how we kind of go through things. I just want to procure interest by giving an example.

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Like it was someone died, not his, this, how we would divide their inheritance. So what can he if he lives under $1,000? What can his will be?

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What is the 33rd? So a third, he can give away, right? But he can't get more than 30. He gets three 3000. But he couldn't get more than that. Right. But he didn't he didn't get you didn't have a will mean you didn't give any of his money away. Then his son would take 47,000 of what he left out of the 100,000. His daughter would get 23,000 His mother we got 16 is a bit tough. doesn't get anything for Is It is a pleasure.

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You mean, like let's say a guy has 100,000 And

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he looked at money for his wife. Yeah. Does that mean?

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If you leave your family with money, that's much better than you do for that? Yes.

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So you know, I love to give more than a third of your money away as donations. Yeah, yeah. So it's not a good idea to do more. Because you because you give all your money away, then what are your kids gonna get when you die? You'll leave them with no money, right? So you can only give a third of your of your money away. So does someone get more?

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He gives away money like, well, it depends. It depends how much he has, if he has a lot so that his kids are going to be well taken care of giving away more gets more a job, and he doesn't have a lot than not giving money and keeping it to your kids your Gumeracha so it's based on how much money you have and what you're leaving your, your descendants with. Like, are you leaving them with enough money? What is this?

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That's the Quranic academia, you have little Anthony and every one one boy gets as much as two girls and I explained that in Charlevoix in a few minutes, can you get me a tissue so I can take this off? Okay, let's start by reading the text and I'll explain a lot of this as we go along. I just thought it would be nice to do an example first just to get you guys interested get you all interested in shallow and just before we start

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you'll see that a lot of people

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it's one of the they ruin this look.

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You made over with it with the pen.

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It was actually broken. Oh

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no, no, it's actually no it's actually someone put something like something in it. Okay. So let's start. What about he threw in I mean, out of the Jedi now shuttle, and from men there are 10 people who can who can inherit, who can inherit not they will always inherit but they can inherit. So they were actually in the sun. webinar Libin and the son of the sons of the grandson. When snow fell and keep on going. And the son of the son of the son they can inherit. I'm not saying that they will

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Every time I'm saying that they can mean there are situations where they could inherit something. Will, Jed will I'm sorry. And the Father will judge the grandfather when Allah and just keep on going if needed. Will

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the brother webinar then a few winter AHA and keep on going as well? Woman Lulu, well, I'm Bianca WebinarJam, and the cousin went bad. And as far as as you go, it could also also inherit with Zoji, the husband will molal monitor, the soldier, the spouse, the husband, Alma Mater is the owner who goo goo fried asleep. So if you Oh, I didn't sleep when you freed the slave, you will get some of their inheritance. And this is as like an act of, of kindness to it's like a reward for someone who who frees who frees slaves. All right. So it was a 10 type of men who can inherit in a Situ in a given situation. Obviously, they don't all inherit every time, like I said, like the example I just

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gave you like solely one man who inherited which was the son. What about he said to me that Nisa, Isa and from the women, there are seven different types of women who can inherit, again, can number one, the daughter didn't walk into Libin, and the daughter of the son

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will move and the mother will judge the two and the grandmother will look to the sister was xojo, the wife will move out in mattify and the owner of the slave also freed one so a lady or just leaving feed will also get no they don't go on no woman is called to be highly enhancer. And there are five people who will always inherit. Alright, so these are the important

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ones that we have to definitely memorize. So you need to know this, you'll be able to help a lot of people when it comes to inheritance, just knowing these simple things, you'll be surprised how almost no one knows this stuff. So there are five types of people.

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Five people

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always inherit meaning if they're alive, they're getting money

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you will always inherit there's no situation where they want in their life. So the first one

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as though Jen

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right, so if your wife passes away, you will always inherit and if you pass away, she will always inherit. So that's two

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your mom and your dad will always take some amount of your inheritance if you pass away, always if they're alive, they're gonna get some and we're gonna do

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that of children

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male or female, your kids your kids will always get a certain amount of your hands so you the five people will always inherit you know so if you pass away and you leave behind a spouse parents and children they're definitely going to get some of the actually if you have all them then they're the only people who will inherit so that makes sense. So if you have

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a spouse both parents and kids right then then they're the only people who will inherit no one else we put their name on the diagram no one else will exist so let's give an example of that right now just to make this make this simple so that you see the how this would work. So let's say you came in told me a lady passed away and she left behind her All right.

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This is horrible as she was this and she loves to behind her

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Okay, good all right

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shut down your husband

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two sons

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three daughters

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so she passed away and this is whom she left. Alright, so let's start by

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putting putting the job me what are they owed? So how much will the husband get

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if if his wife passes away let's see

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from the Quran, give me who how much is the pleasure they get.

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So you don't know if your wife by the way would you get

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to look it up?

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Alright, so the husband

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If there are no kids, he will get half. And if there aren't kids, he will get a quarter. Okay?

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So the husband here will get the quarter of the inheritance of what his wife passed away, left, and what is the father and the mother get at this point?

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So the father and the mother, they both, what did they get? They both get six, what is left?

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In the suit two sons and three daughters, they called Asaba.

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To get they get the rest, whatever, whatever, whatever is left of it all. Okay, so let's, let's first of all, find a common denominator for fourth and sixth than whatever. So what would you put 12.

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So three, right, and then two, and two, right. So five, seven, and those left is five for all of them.

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Now, in order for this to work, here, you have 357.

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So you have seven shares that are going to exist here. So seven shares, let's times it all by my seven, just to make it so that we can actually do the math here. So seven times 12 is add up to what?

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84. Right now it fixed my math, if it comes to seven by 21 1414. And then seven times five is 35.

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Each daughter will get five.

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Okay, and eat and each boy will get 10. So add them up two times 20 is 2015 35. That's the number, right. So all these all add up to this. Now, what is the what did the woman leave in her life? Give me a different number. Let's see. Let's see, like $50,000. Right? So what she actually owns is $50,000.

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So how do we do the math here?

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So what you do is you divide 50,000 by 84. Give me the number

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$95.24. Okay, so the 595 times it by 21 and give me the number.

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So we're timesing it by 590 5490.

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The same number 595 times it by 14,303.

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Then times 10

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by 590 5000.

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Hey, right, yeah, my brains done. And then time st same number by three by five.

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Eat instead,

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members, husbands wonder about your three daughters, I can walk by myself. Because here there are five share seven shares, three daughters and two sons, each son has two shares plus four plus seven. So we're just looking for a common denominator to make the math easier. So she left $50,000 As you can see, the husband is getting the lion's share of this. And he gets the most amount. Why? Because he's the kids are still alive and the families still live. And he's gonna use that money, of course to take care of his of his children. So you might say, Well, look, the fundamental got a lot of money, they got actually more when the son got here, but that's because the husband's alive.

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That makes sense, take out the husband, and then the kids will get more will get more than their grandparents. And the reason that they get more is because 123 take care of these ones like these are that's what they do, like the grandparents and the husband are there to care for the for the children. But this is what they get in terms of their inheritance from their mother, that's what they actually get from 50,000 or in a situation that is similar to this. Now if you took out two sons and three daughters, of course, your son would get, you know, quite quite a bit more. I mean, the numbers would change it yet again, if you were to change the numbers, let's see the number of

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children just for the for the benefit of doing this

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one son, he'd get like, Oh, you have to you have to change all of this by the way, like all this I have to change.

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Hold on, give me a minute.

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So we have one son, and one how many shares do we have now?

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They get five and it is yeah, but there are only three shares. Right? So only three shares. So we times this whole thing by three and so we talked it was in terms of by by seven

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times it by three

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three times right 369

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to six, six, and then we times it by three, she gets five, he gets 10. So now who gets the most

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sound gets the most right. Still the husband gets a lot with the son gets the most, understanding how this works. And there are different variations from the mother and father do they get both? Some of them say they don't get each one a six, but they kind of get jointed. So there's different variations for this as we go along. But this is generally speaking, this is how we break this down. So $50,000

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just you

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divide it by three, six, this time, the number you would have just times it by all these. And you'll see that they get a they get different numbers of yen, there's no children.

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There are no children at all, you'd get half the no children. No, he'd just get half immediately. And then these guys will get a bit more as well. So there'll be a different

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it's a very detailed science. I'll walk you through the basics of it, which is what the method method method just talks about people who inheritance who doesn't didn't go into details, I'll give you some details just for the benefit of up being able one day if someone passes away, and you're asked, you can give them some idea of how this breakdown but there's a lot of details. There's a lot of situations that are complicated. They're not necessarily agreed upon. by Scott about here, in this situation. No one else inherits. Uncles, nephews, nieces, cousins, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, no one inherits, it's just these people here. Only the people aren't the thing,

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because these are the the five always inherit they're alive, they're always gonna get a certain chunk of the inheritance no matter what

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type of

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it's usually not about the numbers, it's usually about the assets. So I get a six, whereas may 6 going to be I want the northern part of the land. I want the northern part of the land, so the fight, but the actual amount is pretty, pretty straightforward. For those who understand this stuff. Everything in this method is agreed upon for all four schools of thought. There's maybe two things that aren't and I'll talk about but this is very basic. The method doesn't go into the details that the scholars differ upon, which is usually something like the grandmother of the Father the father is not alive and there's like some how much does she get into? So certainly little stuff that the

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Quran does not clearly state and there's not clear evidence from what the prophet some of them did. Now, where do we get all these laws from we get it from Susan Nisa, you will see Kamala Sophia, will you call me they carry me through hell? Again, when I second right when I entered the second page, it goes through all these things. So this is where we get all this stuff from it's not and this is usually there's less

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Hadith evidence here that there is because the Quran kind of covers most of it. Okay, so those are the ones that always inherit from Allah to be Harlan Saba, under seven people who never inherit, they never inherit, right? Of course, not all of them are agreed upon, but we'll talk about them quickly. Number one, a slave a slave will never inherit from his master, he never will. Will muda borrower

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is a slave who will become free the day his master dies, that's called him with a bar. So he's like, as much as like, you'll be free the day I die, meaning once I'm dead, you're free. So he does NOT inherit from his master. And of course, because you're a slave again, we're all ready. And a mother so soy milk anyway, so a wife who was not free. A wife who was a slave, she will not inherit from, from her husband.

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While mukha taboo, the slave who has gone into a contract with his with his master that he's gonna buy himself out of slavery, you also want inherent well party you and someone who murdered so in this example, the guy, the lady died in the house, it was gonna take for a fourth way, if he killed her. Does he inherited from her? No, it's if you kill the person, you're not gonna hear from them. So you're like, Okay, well, he won't die. So I'm gonna kill him so I can inherit from him. And then I'll deal with the legal allergies of that later. No, if you kill someone, you're not gonna hear from them, which is kind of common sense. And the problem is, is that aren't used to that because

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some people thought about it. I've seen it cases. I've seen cases where people have have contemplated like any but poison for a man who's like 98 Horrible, horrible person, just just totally unpleasant to be around, owns a ton of land, a ton of land has a lot of money. And his kids are all living in small rooms here and there. And they don't have anything and they're waiting for this guy to die didn't hurt him and he won't die. He's just he just he's out living his other kids. He just won't die. So so I'm like your grandkids like I just I poisoned him or something. Listen to me too. So of course, if that does end up the case, then you will not inherit them if that is

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proven, but anyway, of course, we'll do and he will commit apostasy and of course, this issue of differences of opinion and lumen Latini and if there are two religions, so if if you are a Muslim, and your parents are not, can you inhale

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Read from them. So the majority of scholars say no which is what we just recited, read in this in this mutton, whoever cried out for whom he had the WHO differed with them on that one either Ben jevelin with Allah who I knew was a hobby, and hustlers basally and Muhammad in the Hanafi and Maseru and these are known scholars of the early ages of Debbie Anan Sahaba. And these people the high level if you didn't know, even if you're Muslim, and your parents aren't, aren't Muslim, you will hear from them in the opposite their condition was that the that you're not inheriting from those who had Ebola or a pseudo mean they weren't in combat combative state against Muslims. So if

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you're living let's say, which is similar example to what we have here, if you convert and your parents are Christian, or that you're living here peacefully and they've never really haven't declared war against Muslims anywhere, then you can inherit from them. If you take the opinion of these four scholars, I kind of side with that a bit more based on evidence. Now um, but you can if you want to be safe, you go by the gym, hold on, you don't once because once Dean changes, we don't inherit anymore. Yeah, he wants to go he need to move out of what what they used to be? Well, who I know, but I but there are those who will differ on that. And I don't see there's really nothing

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wrong, if you take that opinion and go with it. Because there's really little evidence is not

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is not clear cuts on this matter. I mean, the prophet has always said that he said later, the Muslim will COVID the Muslim will I have a MacArthur will argue we're seeing this during the time where the wars were on going between Muslims and Kapha. So if you're a lot of the Sahaba, living in Medina, their parents were actually living in Mecca, and they were fighting the Muslims when they died, the prime minister saying so I sent him to take their inheritance because the time of war. And that makes a lot of sense, because of you know, the fact that there's a rivalry and there's a there's animosity, but in a place where there's no animosity, there's no rivalry, then that's a different

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stable low data item. You can you can do either. Okay. Well, we'll also that now here's a word that's important.

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So allows that

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the translation for this is universal inheritors.

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What does that mean, means they don't have a certain number,

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the mother will be given a third or a sixth, the husband will be given a half or a fourth.

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The wife will be given a fourth or an eighth your numbers, they are not subject to increase, or decrease those two numbers when it is one of the two. But there's nothing no other variables, they can't have anything else.

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Let's say I 98. My wife passes away, and she doesn't long life, but it is, and I don't have kids. So I'm gonna inherit half of what she owns. But she doesn't have anyone else. I mean, there's no one else to inherit her.

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Right? So they take the rest.

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And he doesn't have a father doesn't have any, do I take the rest. So no, I don't take the rest, I can't take the rest of the rest has to go to a family member, which is someone who qualifies as also, but we take the rest of it, I can take a half. That's what I take, I don't take any more. There's no situation we'll take more. And there's no situation we'll take let's make it take fourth, that's also a number of the Quran gave. So once I take fourth, I can't take any less no matter what happens. And you're saying that you also don't give a number. And these are people who aren't given a number. They just take everything that's left. That makes sense, but also about whatever's left.

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Okay, you mom, you take

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60 The mother, yeah, here's a six, three, you husband, here's a fourth for you what's left, okay, we take them, we just, we just take the rest. So who are the people who take the rest. So the first one, starting from the person who was going to prioritize this based on priority means that mean who is accountable is about the people who will take if they're going to take the most number one who's number one, son.

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It's always a number one limit, when we will even sorry, where we knew Who

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knew and then son of son or grandson.

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Of course, if the sun is not there.

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So the son is not there, then the grandson is going to be there. So Malibu, and then the Father.

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So the father is an interesting individual and the whole

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know the father of the person who just we're talking about the Father, the person who died. Okay, so the father is someone who's given a number. And the father is someone who's actually given them you get six, sometimes you may get a bit more, but he's also also so in a situation where there's no one else that he can take the rest. So he's a specific individual who's capable, who's given a certain number, meaning he's always guaranteed a number, right and then there is a possibility that he could take all he can he can take everything that is there.

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Is that his love? Because he's the father, because obviously that is the proper reasoning.

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And then the grandfather.

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Again, what are we talking about? We're talking about people who will take what is left of the inheritance after those who are old, certain numbers take their numbers are theirs, we take what's left,

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Abby will own

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and then a full brother

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full brother

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and then a paternal brother saying that these are the only people who are the only people who will inherit, I'm saying that after those who are owed dues take what they're owed. What's left can be taken by one of these individuals by priority of the sons there he takes, he takes everything that is left, or he's a part of the of the equation of taking what's left, you guys saw a minute ago how we did the equation. So whatever's left after we gave the husband gave the spouses we gave the parents was left if the Son is there, then he's capable of taking what is left with his sisters being between the mathematics, the math between us as sisters, if he's not there to the grandson,

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and the grandson couldn't do it, it depends on not only there's no grandson or son, then the father can do and the grandfather, a full brother can do it a personal, there's after two of the daughters are there, the daughters will take there's nothing that the daughters, so that's it, there's no son, and then the daughter doesn't get anything, just the paternal brother takes it, no, the daughter gets to see because a certain number that she gets, she can't take it all. There's a difference. So a male inheritor, like a son can take everything that was left, a female can, she can take a certain number, which is a half or two thirds, something like their numbers, but she can't take it all.

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Okay, but your little brother after that, just to finish to finish and then a full nephew.

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And then a paternal nephew.

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Somebody I'm more

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and then uncle,

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and then cousin.

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And if there's none of them, none of these people are alive, then ngModel might, the person who freed if the person will say that his master can can is the last person on the on the list here. And if none of them exist, then make them out in Muslimeen.

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Then in some situations, if there's a daughter, she can, she can end up taking take take an adult if none of these people exist, or life, okay?

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So I'm gonna give an example and show that before or just maybe after we do after after, so I'll give an example. So this makes sense. He says he continues by saying that will for all humans who are too picky to be lazy to iOS, and fluid, meaning the set amounts of inheritance that are specified in the book of Allah subhanaw taala are six different types, it was the first one and useful. So the Quran talks about some people getting a half

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and useful, while Rooby Roo

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with someone

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with little sign with fluorophore suitors, with Suzanne, with truth.

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So these are the different numbers that were talked about in the Quran, these are the set amounts. So usually those who take set amounts will not be universal inheritors won't take the rest, except one person who was the person we talked about.

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So the father, or the grandfather, if the father is not there. So the father is given a set amount, he's given a certain amount, but he's also capable of inheriting everything that is left in case, the Son and the grandson are not there. So if I pass away, and I don't have a son, right, then my father will be the universal inheritor. Even though my father had my son been alive, would get a certain percentage, you would get a six, he wouldn't be, he wouldn't be he would be.

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He's owed a sixth of my inheritance. But if my son isn't there, then he can be awesome. But he can be a universal inheritor. And you can take the rest, but everyone else here aren't like that. Either. You're also either someone who can universally inherit, or you're someone who's given a certain amount, is that, that makes sense so far, so either you someone with a certain amount, or you inherit universally, if no one, whatever is left, except the Father who can be on both sides of this equation, which talks about the importance of Viani

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of fathers. Okay, so he starts the month starts by saying fun useful for the concert. So who takes a half? Because that's how he's gonna go by you can say, okay, these people, these are the people who take who are allowed to take half. These are the people who can take forth these fields, they can, that's how he goes by the method. So and I'll do that, but I'll also I'll do by examples, meaning, we'll give you an example of someone who passed away and then we'll talk about how much different people will take in terms of inheritance and then we'll give an example of a good amount of money so it makes sense to you and you can see how it's not as good

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Nia as difficult as we would like to believe,

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there are people who will get certain amounts, half fourth, eighth, two thirds, a third of 16 different people get different amounts. And then there are the universal inheritors, the people who just take the rest. Usually, if you get a certain amount, you're not a universal inheritor, and vice versa, except the Father and maybe the grandfather, they can they can they can end up taking everything that's left they also going to in case no one's around to do it. So that's just to kind of a distinction if they're alive him

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so the son doesn't have a certain amount

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he just takes whatever is left right, but these numbers are for different individuals. But these are the five that you need to know the most when you're talking about inheritance these five will always inherit Okay, so let's let's give an example so after this is clear I'll take this off

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remember there was also about

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the universal inherit just keep that in mind so important word for you to know

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color from useful for the home setting

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so who can get a half

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it's also first of all I've been

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in certain situations, the daughter can inherit half of what her father or mother left her Okay, so in certain situations number two we've been to ebony

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maternal granddaughter if that's even a proper word I don't know

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I don't know it means the son the granddaughter from your son.

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Yeah. So what would I say maternal means male like from the Father side. So I don't know if this is

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so if you were to change this was the granddaughter of son

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from son after that,

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it will

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fall sister

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in certain situations, these people can inherit half not all the time obviously been serious situations when

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paternal sister

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and husband

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there are no kids.

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Okay, so a fool sister is the sister who her parents are both your parents, paternal sister. Her parents her father is your father was her mother's a different mother. Maternal sister would be you have the same mother but different father's

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subsidiary so like if your father for example, married another woman or you might have passed away or if your dad passed away and then your mother mother married against you'd have a paternal sister or maternal sister or paternal brother, maternal mother. Okay. So these are the five people who can

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inherit half they don't always inherit half.

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That's why I said Can they can get they always get it, but that's an example. Okay, so that's the first group of people we talked about. These are the people who can get half of the inheritance. The most common one you will see

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is the husband and the daughter.

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memorize those two.

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The most common one you'll see is the husband and the daughter. You'll see

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that some cases the mother is the person who delivers the baby but it's not the actual mother.

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And doesn't matter biological. Here we're talking strictly biological right? We're not talking

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any who raised you to go strictly biological. That's why it's very specific. Here's what

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I mean. Like there are cases where the mother delivered the baby of another person. Oh no, that's a different thing that Oh, whoever whoever your genetic genetically a part of that is a surrogate surrogates don't get anything No. Finance will follow him set in half is the

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what you owe in terms of inheritance for five different types of people. It has been to the daughter of me the granddaughter of the from the son will be will Amina full sister will ultimately determine the paternal sister with Zulu either and Aamir Khan Mara, who will attend the husband if there are no kids involved. Well, Robo photobooths Nene.

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And who get

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who can get

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a quarter of the inheritance? So two types of people can get it xojo malleability. Oh well, I didn't have any.

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So the husband

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with kids, or grandkids

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so that was gonna get a fourth if there are if there are kids or grandkids well who are photobooth xojo? It was xojo t ma de Mille Baladi. A one well, I didn't evening, and it's what the wife will get. Or the wives will get altogether, there's more than one wife, they still all get a fourth. If they have,

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I will do the math. Either melody will have the liberty when there are no kids and no grandkids, so as to be here, no kids,

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or grandkids, or divorcees never get anything? Yeah, no,

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I get nothing, unless he tried to divorce her on his deathbed. And that case is invalid. We talked about that once before, sometime somewhere in this myth, and I can't remember where.

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So why four wives.

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Were going to fourth, or whatever he left. I remember someone told that's not fair. But here's the here's the catch. If you have more than one wife, Islamically, that means you're quite wealthy. So they're still gonna end up with a with a fair amount of of money at the end like it from an emote perspective, they're going to get a fair amount, because someone who has more than one wife is someone who has a lot of money, or she wouldn't have more than one wife, or shouldn't Islamically have more than one life, and they're gonna get a fair amount, they're gonna get a fair percentage, you're getting an eight at this point, if there's two wives, and they're getting less than that.

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Four out of 12, if it's organic,

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sorry, they're getting me a third of a fourth, right? One of the 12 if the three wives and when I 16, if there are four wives, but that usually if you have more than one wife, you have more money. So the amount is going to be any one of the 16 from 16 million is not bad. Right? Does that make sense? Like so anyway, I'm saying like 16 million when I $16 million, not bad. And there's four other anyways in the in the picture? Why don't 16 $50,000 is ridiculous. But why do you have four wives, you have $50,000 all you owe, that's all you own in this world. That's means there was something wrong in all your marriages to begin with. So who can get forced a husband get for us? If

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there are kids in the picture? And the wife can get fourth? If there are if there are no kids in the picture, I mean, the highest the wife can get is a fourth, right? And the lowest a husband can get is a fourth. So let's just do this on the side just to kind of help everyone. So what the husbands get

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because their spouses five people will always inherit spouses, parents and kids. So a husband is a spouse what will he get?

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What's the difference here? Kids here? No kids?

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Will she get?

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Fourth? Eighth?

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Kids? No kids?

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Is that clear? Yeah. So there's no kids, they get more when their kids are gonna get less right because the kids now will start taking more because they're okay

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with filming. So now we're gonna talk about a different

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amount we're talking about

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So who gets eight? I just kind of gave you a hint of what that was. So Moodle for those lgt was the majority malady or what are the limiting and it's only one person who gets it. It's the wife

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when there are kids, or grandkids

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so a wave will get at their kids or grandkids. Okay, so that we talked about it's half

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quarter an eighth, right? Because daughters right? Yeah. And granddaughter? Yeah, so grandkids I didn't say grand boys, grandkids

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Well, it means both.

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Both male and female. Son in other words, in the earlier

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which one when you had one thoughts about Yeah, so son, it's not well, yeah, so son, it's actually his son. It's just a meal

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Okay, the numbers are a bit but I want you guys to have a jump up to paper in a few minutes when you get to go to Pixabay because I want you to do with me the math because once you learn how to do it, you'll enjoy and you'll start doing it more often when needed and totally don't have to do it very often. But it's fun to do the actual math with through set a little thin follow Arba who gets two thirds.

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Four types of people will get forced two thirds of the inheritance number one has been taking

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We've been taking even, we're teaming up one on one, okay, any minute. So first of all, two daughters,

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if they're alone,

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if they're alone, and there are no sons, if they're alone, and there are no sons, and they will get two thirds together,

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right, so you don't get a third. But together, they get through thing.

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Understood, so there's no sons, if I die, and I don't have sons, I just have two daughters, they will get two thirds, right?

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Because the rest of them have their own thing, but they get two thirds. And if they're more of them, than they'll also just get two thirds. So two daughters, three daughters, four daughters, two or more, two or more, basically,

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if there are no signs, again, who can get two thirds, it's not always gonna get two thirds, certain circumstances allow them to get two thirds we've been tying it in.

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And two granddaughters from the sun side.

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Well, thenI

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to four sisters.

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In some circumstances, we'll get two thirds. And we'll obtain him and two paternal sisters. And some circumstances with no one else. Deal, we'll get two thirds.

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Alright, so let's talk about the daughter just because it's came up here. So let's the daughter get,

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oh, my goodness, this.

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only, only paternal there's a different equation for maternal people. We'll talk about them later. But for this two thirds, two thirds goes to two or more daughters. In certain situations, two or more granddaughters and certain situations where there's up to two or more full sisters, until paternal sisters. So two thirds, that number will only apply to one of these four categories. Now it's talking about the daughter for a moment, the daughter

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can get one of three things, she can sometimes get a half if she's alone, if she's totally alone. There's no one else I pass away you only leave a daughter, he gets half of what you own. Nobody ever gets both daughters. No, they can be full. If you pass away, you leave for the four people, five people who have to inherit spouses, right parents children, you pass away you leave. No parents,

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you leave no spouse, right? And you leave no daughters just leave a son. He takes it all right, he just everything a daughter takes half, she'll take half and then the rest of that you have to look for other inherited inheritors in the in the family. I'll justify and explain why. At the end of the day, that's not the point. I'm not here to defend this, I'm going to explain to you the math, but I will explain why that is the case in Islamic system. So if you're totally alone, she'll get

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half. And if she's with another sister, and they're alone, then they are subject to 2/3. But she's not gonna get two thirds, she's gonna get that with someone else. So she's, this is not all for her. Right? It's gonna be she could get a third in the situation. And if there's more than one daughter, she'll get maybe less than that. So but that is two thirds or for the if there's only if only ladies only girls are inheriting two thirds, they can take through two thirds, and then they can divide it equally amongst themselves.

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And then also cover my living.

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Which is the most common situation is that she becomes a universal and hit inheritor with the sun, mean the sun is a universal inheritor. And with him, his sisters sisters will be a part of his equation. Right? So is it the sun is there suddenly there inherit solar? So you you pass away? I told you, you told me if there's no one else but the sun, he'll inherit everything, right? So if he has a sister that he and his sister will inherit everything, she'll get a third you'll get two thirds because he gets twice, right, and so on and so forth. That makes sense. So she becomes awesome admin. She's with her son with her with her brother, brother. Now she's awesome. She will

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universally inherit everything with a certain percentage. She gets a certain percentage of it. He'll get a certain percentage of it. So that's in terms of a daughter. Okay. We're thrilled.

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We're thrilled. For booth nine two people will inherit have the ability who can get through you can inherit three or more either to

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the mother, if there are no

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If there are no children, so that means she's not being inhibited. I think the best word for hijab is inhibition if you're not being inhibited by others

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to have that many kids or she does or he doesn't have siblings as well in certain situations so he doesn't have kids or siblings so no kids

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are siblings

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in that case the mother can take a third

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well wouldn't if Nene aside and equity well a karate middle melody Meanwhile at the loom okay

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well well if any Poseidon so for from two or more

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if what he will mean what to do. So for maternal

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in this situation, males get equal to what females get.

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In this situation if there's like five, inherit 95 maternal siblings, two guys and three girls they all get exactly the same, right? But this is a specific situation this specific circumstance not always so I was like I've given number of examples right now. Many of them many, most of the time they never inherit like it's very rare but if if they are inheriting then this is what they're going to get a third is what was going to be given to them and it's going to be divided equally amongst them if that is the situation I'll give examples of when that's gonna when that's going to be applicable it's very rarely applicable because we basically have to have no kids no parents, no full

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siblings not yeah no grandparents no grandkids Jani all you have are siblings from your mother's side materials siblings, and they get a third then altogether and they'll just divided amongst them they could be a million of them they just get all 30 is divided amongst them equally a third okay

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now the final amount was sudras

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we'll get a sixth of the inheritance with sudo su federal dosa baton there are seven different many recipients of who can get to inherits a sixth of the of the inheritance and OMO model well I mean what I didn't even so the mother

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so with kids or grandkids

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so the mother will go from

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we'll go from going taking third to taking a six to six kids involved with many of us I don't mean equity now we'll call it

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four siblings

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a six can be something that full sibling more than two full siblings can take in certain circumstances again this is not always well we'll get dirty and the other mill from

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maternal grandmother when there is no mother

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so maternal grandmother when there is no mother in this picture,

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so how do you know that it says

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maternal and paternal so read it with me well what are you looking at it for who will judge it and Adam Elomi Yeah, so

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So because she has nothing to do with the other one

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because she doesn't affect the other one.

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The mother doesn't affect the other granddaughter she's not really to her so

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when he when he didn't even know I've been just fully

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well even till evening

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I've been to solving so granddaughter

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we'll get to six

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when inheriting with the daughter

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Alright, so when they're inheriting will have been eliminated. I've been just solving when inheriting with

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with the daughter so there's only a daughter

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then she will get the daughter will get half right and she will get whatever's left to the two thirds which is the third

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which is a six sorry, which is what the Prophet SAW Selim gave as a ruling. So when a daughter is alone she gets a half what I mean to the granddaughter and at the mean it other sibling is dead should not lie this then she will get was ever lifted. The two thirds was the sixth. So the granddaughter is the nephew of the other girl. Yeah, nice. Nice. Nice girl got to have fun not the daughter of dogs. No, not the backshell her daughter don't get anything. She gets it okay.

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Now these are difficult but they're not important to you remember, I just understand

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them for now because I'll give the examples well who affordable Abby

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sorry there's more I will update melody Mcglockton it will

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so paternal

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maternal sister

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with four sister when they're inheriting together in a similar example the full sister will get half and she'll get whatever is left of it

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whatever was left of the two thirds was a six don't worry because it's confusing isn't okay because this is a bit more detailed but will give the big importance of the minute or affordable Abby malady or whether they live any

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he gets a six when there are kids

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when they're not good Thomas you to get

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when the Father the father gets a six when there are kids

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with kids so when there are no kids How much did you get? Because the mother and a second ago we just if you remember a second ago, we talked about the mother we said the mother will get one of two things right? The mother What are the two things she'll get? A sick a third? Right? Whereas six

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no kids kids, right So Father

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so your daddy right? If there are kids, he's gonna get a six. No kids was gonna get

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but did I right. Here's they're gonna go. And also, they said also about universal inheritors son, grandson.

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Father, right. So it's awesome. When there are no kids.

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When there are no son and grandson who's left to take everything. He's awesome. He becomes the guy who takes the rest of it.

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Given there's no son, or grandson, right? So no kids, he becomes awesome. But he gets six that there are kids a sixth of the inheritance. So you can get the full thing again. So yeah, so if you die, you will have nothing you never gotten married your loan alone.

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An only child? You have no siblings. Yeah, you just have a dad.

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If I haven't done in a month that you'd get.

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If you have a mom, she gets a 30 because no kids and he gets the rest.

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so 1234561 more, we'll probably do that. I mean, Abby Adaminaby.

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Profitable ad.

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Meanwhile of the loom.

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Profitable Jedi and other milab the father plus grandfather

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in the grandfather, exactly the same the father's dead. So if you pass away and you only leave a grandfather, your father even dead, your mother's dead. You didn't marry you have no kids, your only child, you have no siblings, then your grandfather takes it all. So the father's like the grandfather is like a father always, always treat a grandfather and your mind like a father if the father is not there. I mean, he he fills in for the father. If the father is not there, the final one will go ahead even what I did.

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So maternal sibling,

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material sibling,

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an only maternal sibling, so only one.

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So if you if you only leave a maternal sibling, he'll get a six but he won't get anything more. What you mean only the paternal grandfather? Great. Yeah, well, you're talking about Jonathan fr this year. So here a father because he's the father. So the Father and the Father is a paternal father right? Because it's a brother.

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Make sure it makes sense. Now you don't you don't have that all these these are quite complicated. I'm not I'm not asking you to all know this. But just know these two, basically understand, the mother will get 600 Kids the father will get 600 Kids and the siblings and he'll get the rest when they're not and the rest of this are very specific situations that we can explain inshallah once we come to them if we ever come to them because those type of situations you just give to others if someone comes and tells you I my dad died and

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a friend of mine died and he has no kids. He has maternal siblings and you know a maternal grandfather and a half brother and just like go go to someone who can do because it's the math is too it's too difficult. There's difference of opinion here. There's a lot of difference of opinion but the argument is stuff that are pretty simple there's when there's a normal kind of a natural family setting that's where it becomes quite easy. Okay.

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hear he starts talking about who's who's inhibited from this actually it's not very long there's a very very short chapter chapter will be done like what page and a half you can fit a chapter in there but I'm but we don't have to. Because I want to do some some examples. I'll just read this because it's important. What does go to algebra two below me and grandmothers will no longer inherit.

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When there's when the mothers their daddy will Abby and they

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grandfathers won't inherit, when the when the father is there were supposed to what to do to me.

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And the kids of your mother, meaning your maternal siblings will no longer inherit with four people being there as well. And of course, your kids, one of the kids of your kids will have your father will judge your grandfather.

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Good. That sounds to

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me like the grandmothers. So this is different, this is different upon like, extremely different upon whether whether the paternal grandmother stops inheriting of the mother's there. That's, that's an example of something that all forms differ upon. So I don't wanna get into that. So just kind of take it with face value for now. Because that's something that they really do differ upon, like, whether whether this is just a maternal, or is it? Does it go for both? That makes sense? So this is an example of something that is quite heavily different. And I do want to get into because it's just, we end up talking for a long time about, maybe you'll see this once, maybe never in a

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lifetime. Like you probably ever see that. What is the 90 percentage of people who die leave no kids and have two grandmothers who are just looking around looking for money with it. It's just isn't that doesn't happen very often at all, either. Maybe in this country. It does. I don't know. But, okay. So a maternal and maternal sibling will not inherit when there's a kid, a grandkid, a father or a grandfather. So siblings don't, don't get anything. Whereas Google will amass data, and full brothers and sisters will not not be inhibited and in won't

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fully inhibited and they will not inherit with the existence of the Son, the grandson and the father. Okay. It was just the grandfather, and then a full brother will also inherit. So that's what they're trying to say here. And when he tried to say baritone, you are seaborne Alpha team and for willful it will inherit universally with their sisters, the sun Libyan women will even and the grandson will accommodate me with a full brother with a paternal brother. So a son or grandson, a full brother, a paternal Brother, if they have sisters, then they will inherit with their sisters, that that game if you have their own thing, and they will to share it with the guy and when share

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for the for the girl if the situation allows it. Okay, I'll start with that.

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In terms of Yanni, moving forward in the mutton, and I'll give it a few examples before you go. Just maybe one example. Regarding Ramadan, what are we going to do with Ramadan? So Yusuf and Javier specifically because you guys are always here. So that everyone else because you guys are always here. So I just don't know what times would you think? You think we could do this in Ramadan? Saturday.

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So the Halaqaat here, run 430 to 630 on almost every day of the week.

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I can do 630 to 730

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You guys don't cook at home dude. Like, if you don't cook, then you can come you can lose 1617 an hour if you like, maybe on any day on Thursday if you if you if you want because the Halacha today halacha that usually is before this doesn't exist. And Ramadan if you do it on a weekend. So we can just pull this basically an hour and a half forward like a ticket earlier. So we can do Thursday 630 or 730 Are you open to that? Are you open to that and your time allowed that kind of issue? Are you seven to eight?

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So we'll start seven that's fine. Yeah, we're fasting anyway. So you know we're starving, who cares? We'll just sit here and record on it. So just Yeah, so we'll start Yeah, that's fine with me. We'll start at seven and Charles is having to eat on on on Thursdays. We'll continue to hold on we're gonna have no no problem doing that and show so that we can try and finish maybe the mountain Okay, let me give you example before we before we go.

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So Sunday halacha and Saturday Harlequin fight the Halacha are canceled and I have Saturday and Sunday afternoon for you instead of them. So we pray for John on Saturday and Sunday and I give a halacha for around 45 minutes or so in English so I don't do any Arabic stuff in Ramadan anymore because just because there's really no audience for it and I choose the sooner we will be explained the sooner I haven't chosen my school yet. I will

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Yeah, Arabic tomorrow is happening and there's no Sunday holiday this week either. It's funny I'm I'm away like three Sundays in a row so I can't make it but

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yeah, so how long?

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Okay, so let's, let's give an example. So someone passes away.

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And they live and I write down with who they leave behind them. Okay, then you're gonna you're gonna help me you gonna guide me through so I'll help ya. So they leave a father

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a daughter

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three full siblings.

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right, a paternal

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so you're allowed to have inheritance distributed with the Islamic way.

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So that's totally fine. You can put in your will that I want my inheritance to be distributed to the Islamic way. And it could be different could be given to someone who can do it like you can you can name someone who will do the Islamic way of inheritance is your right

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to do so. But if you don't, and there's no will, that they can take it to the court of law and none of this will be relevant anymore. I mean, the daughter is going to take it equal to what the boys taken. And parents won't inherit and all that stuff so so it's time to get here this is different than what is legal the legal inheritance in Canada, but you have the right to put in your world that I want it to be Islamic inheritance. It's your money, you can do whatever you want with it, basically. So a personal grandfather

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five uncles

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and 15 cousins

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and 25 nephews and nieces.

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Right, isn't this a normal is pretty normal. It's pretty standard. A guy died. He left

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let's add one more left the wife

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his wife is alive.

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Usually wife's outlive their husbands anyway, they give us heart attacks they never have protects themselves. So no big deal. Yes. More of a family tree. So it's easier to look at.

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Okay, let me do that. So,

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the deceased toddler and deceased

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extreme. So as why

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right? Isn't that how it works? And you have a daughter

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he has a father.

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He has a grandfather

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Yeah, and he has, what is he if he has three, four siblings, right. So sibling number one, sibling number two, sibling number three. Or to do this better.

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So suddenly, number one, do three all sons of the Father. I mean, or if you want to do this more, like in a genetic code.

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You can have the mother

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who is deceased. She's not she's not around. Right? And it becomes like this.

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Like, sibling, sibling, sibling. Correct. That's how it works. That's how it looks. So the father and the mother, but he's the guy who died. Right? So we're studying this guy. This guy is the guy who? He's the star of the show. Right?

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And then you have five uncle's 15 cousins, 25, nephews and nieces?

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Do they matter? Not with these people. Right now with these people alive? If you took out

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to go room, and maybe you can start to take all these guys. And folk, suddenly these guys will matter. But but not when were the five people who always inherit?

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So suppose parents, children, so you have the right? So we have a spouse, we have a child, we have a parent, there's another person out there. Okay. Now when would these names are become important?

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And when when would these guys here? The nephews and cousins.

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And uncles, and siblings and paternal grandfather become important? If we didn't have a Asaba? If we didn't have any universal inherited to pick up what's left, then they would have to look for them. But if we have alpha, who's also been here?

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He has a father is awesome. All right. If the son and the grandson aren't dead, the father is awesome. So you don't need anyone else. So the sibling can't say well, I Oh, no, your father's any. You're alive. You're not owed anything. And I don't you don't get anything go back stand in line. You're You're the father's here. And the father was you know he was dead. And that's it. If they won't give. I'll give the example. So let's let's do this math. You have you ever paper with you? I only learn how to do the math. I think you'll probably enjoy this in the long term.

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Yeah, so Exactly. Well, first of all do that we'll do the simple breakdown and then we'll talk about how much money he has at the end. So let's do the breakdown. He left with him who is the most important the wife. These are people who are owed certain amounts. The father

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let's get the

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Father to the end the daughter

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always leave the Acela to the end it's just easier right

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and then the father

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Alright, how much is the wife get when there's a kid involved

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one yes

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how much the daughter get if she's alone

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yeah I wanted the father get if there's kids involved

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plus Asaba

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Plus he's awesome as well he got a six there's a little ticket

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ended anything left he's gonna take it there's nothing left he doesn't take it why? Because there are no other Asaba to will take if the sun was here. He wouldn't we wouldn't say Elsa and she wouldn't get half she and she and her brother now would take the rest together right all share equally now for the boy will get twice what the girl gets. But even if it's like Father

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Father No longer are some of the sons there. I tell you it's prioritize right? It says the Son the son is there he blocks everyone else. No one's awesome anymore. Yeah, he gets all the hustle but he's not there. Okay, the grandson he's not there then the Father. Right? So let's just go from one to the other. So now let's do the math. What's the common denominator for six into

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the closest? Six right? So the cause of the six? So six? She actually this is eight sorry, it was actually an eight so this is not gonna work at all. Sorry, what's something common for eight two and 624?

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How much will she get?

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24 three

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daughter 12 Six is what four is there anything left

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so four plus five is nine. That's how you write it

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because you want from the tray for so he gets four that says what he's owed and five because no one else is there to pick it up. He picks up the rest. What about the siblings and no no no no they don't even come to the thing don't even ever don't don't don't come in and ask dumb if you ask for anything it's not your thing if we're gonna do this again we take out the father all right then you'll see because mainly because then you oh that's why people fight because so wants to pull them out yes that killed the father again

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Masha Allah Well, I like your, your logic is be is very

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shallow. So the amount that you left alone is $2 million dollars

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so what do you do?

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You should remember what you do at this point immediately?

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Yes, you divide it by 24 and you make 24 shares right so you'll give me a sad he'll raise your thing your phone?

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It won't I see. If you if you didn't

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at 3300 33,000

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times that by three

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so the thing I turned $50,000

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Not daughter. Time's up. I told the same number 83 Whatever.

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Exactly a million. Yes. Exactly a million. Why? Because she gets half. So make sense. And then the father gets whatever is left basically

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assets. So I'm saying 2 million in terms of everything he owns. So we liquidate his assets or we estimated their their value, right so I'll talk about that at the end of this inshallah these little things in terms of what we do by just giving it I wanted to make it as simple as possible. So let's say we take out of the equation.

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Let's kill daddy over here.

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Right? He's dead. You don't have him anymore.

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Yeah, so all you really do here. You just substitute the Father with the grandfather. Right here the same thing is written nothing changes like Grandpa Grandpa gets exactly the same thing. But let's say they were in a car together and they both died. So now we don't have grandfather either. So now what happens because now you don't have also about anymore.

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So anyhow, this works Islamic Lee like under the the

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what if a family member was not there? And then he showed up like a year later? Yeah, don't don't get into this stuff because it's good. This is quite good. There are examples like I'm not saying it's wrong. But that's of course makes it i There's a lot of different.

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gets very, very complicated as you go along.

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gets very complicated in this world where everyone thinks

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it can get complicated. For example, if I pass away I leave it

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daughter, a son and five grandchildren from a different son.

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Right? So I have to calculate what the son would get if you were alive and then divide that to his inheritance, which is his wife, his father, which is me so as to come back to him again and go. So it's a long, it's very, it gets very complicated. It's, it's mathematically doable, but it gets complicated, right? So, which is not what we're trying to do at this point, Johnny. But here, I just want you to kind of think about how this works. So there's no the wife is still gonna get it because there's a kid, you're gonna get an eighth and the daughter is gonna get half. But now there's a there's an amount that is left.

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So there's a rather, yeah, so we have to look who's left here. So you have to look at docile, but go back to the you write down the page of Albert. If we go back to Albert, just because I think it's important that you understand. So even the Son, the grandson of the father of Google, the grandfather, Phil Mulholland, anyone in the full sibling, to the full siblings are also about here, they will get the rest.

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twice, three, four siblings, what does he have in terms of siblings, of course, they have to be there has to be at least one male here.

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There's not one male here, then the females will just get a sixth whatever's left to the two thirds.

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Now it'd be a male there. That's why one of these in this situation is called the happy brother. Because when he's there, he gets a lot of money for his sisters. Because if he wasn't there, this isn't gonna get much.

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He's gonna say because he brings in a lot of, he actually helps him. So if there's let's say, there's one brother and two sisters. Right?

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full bro.

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And to fill this, these guys are awesome.

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Does that carry me through how valon Thane

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one share each two shares.

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I signed up for shares all together. Here would be

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I'm making sense so far, this works.

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So what you say the same thing? You'd say there's no eight and two. So eight is the common NALEO. She gets one is four was left? Three. Right. So three for all of them. He didn't get even four shares in tank by four times by by four. We get 12.

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One One?

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He gets four.

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Sorry, I'm missing here.

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No, four.

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Left this.

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So there's two shares plus two shares? That makes sense. So we need to, yeah, so time this by? Yeah, by far I'm saying right. So yeah, I'm doing four times eight is 32.

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For 16. And then six. Four times three is 12. So he gets four than they used to get.

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He gets six, you got six, and then

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each one of them gets three

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three times two, because there's two little sisters. Right? And then you do you divide 2 million by 32. When you do the same, the same math.

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Right? If there were only there's no full bro

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there was only two full sisters

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she got a half and they will get altogether a six.

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When you saying the only get to six, and then the rest of the text, you have to look for the rest of the hassle. But

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you have to look who's left to move from four siblings, we have to go to Osaka and see, you'll find that after that. You go to the uncles. Right. So you move from or paternal siblings if their paternal somizi you move on. Okay, so this is just an example of how these things work. But I'm not my goal was not to extremely confuse you today with numbers and, and situations. But this is how it's done, basically. And this is the Islamic concept of how we do inheritance and how we you should know a bit about this you don't understand some of it, I think every Muslim should have some comprehension of how this works. Next time I will complete reciting the actual chapter and I will

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explain the logic behind it. I will explain to you why it is how it is and why is it that they get more and less it's a part of the Islamic social system that is viewed me there's a system here that is in play that dictates things are going to be

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distributed in this fashion. So it's not a matter of women aren't, don't get as much as they don't deserve as much No, it's because of a social economic system. Certain people owe certain dues from their own money. For example, if I have a sister My my, so the deceased passed away, and he left a daughter and his

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son so the son gets to

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especially the daughter, but the Son is responsible for financially supporting the daughter, where the daughter is not only responsible for financially supporting the Son, this is how the socialist timing system works. So yes, you're given more, but because you're given more responsibility in terms of financial, financial support, and just how it works. So

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in modern situations or modern context, there's different there are different ways of this being viewed. Because because the social system now has changed so dramatically, no one's responsible for anyone, your daughter, your sister could die of starvation. And legally, you had no responsibility whatsoever, you'd have to do anything Islamically you're responsible, legally meaning meaning the judge can bring you in, and he could put you to this meeting, he could actually jail you he could take some of your some of your funds, he could freeze your funds, and you could give access to the system every month. I mean, there's some there are these rulings that exist within Islamic law, in

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terms of husbands supporting wives, brothers, supporting sisters, fathers, supporting daughters, grandfathers supporting daughters, and granddaughters. So the this is the social assignment system, the habits and because of that social system, this is how this is the breakdown that we have within it. So this is not just this can't exist without that system existing. You can't have these this breakdown and then not have the system properly in place in terms of the legal consequences if you're not financially supporting someone who's in need of financial support, or else you just go back to the to the secular way of doing things if we're just gonna not going to carry any

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responsibility at all, which I think is something you have to think of. Okay, Spangler grounding itself because it really was an alias to them humbling.