Adnan Rashid – Hadith Rejection #4 – Contentions and Responses

Adnan Rashid
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and use of the Arabic language in understanding facts and non factual statements. They provide examples of historical events and how they relate to puberty, women in the United States, and the rise of women in the age of puberty. The speakers also discuss the importance of "agent" in describing people and their behavior, and the use of "agent" in English to describe people and their behavior.
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Let's monitor him Alhamdulillah wa salatu wa salam ala rasulillah llama but how do we lie Sameera Lima chatango regime under him? Tomas de la la la la la la la mean Colorado Lai sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, our Lake Commissioner de vos alfalfa. Rashid in El Medina embody all come on Paul Ali salatu salam, respected brothers and sisters, we were previously discussing some of the Shabbat some of the doubts raised by a dish rejecters people who reject Hadees whether they reject Hadees in totality, over they do it, whether they do it partially or whether they do it subtly or openly. We are talking about some of the ideas made public by Hades rejecters. So we were discussing the issue where some

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of these reactors claim that the deal is complete. And because the this literature was compiled later on, although the reality the origin is early,

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it goes back to the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but they claim that it originated late. So that's why it has nothing to do with the deen and we already highlighted our response, we already gave our response in the previous section. Now we will move on to the next point, which is another point how these projectors raise that Hades literature is mainly reliable manner, it has been transmitted in

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meaning and not word by word. And that is true.

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This literature we have today, the authentic Elise literature, the six books, Bukhari Muslim, abou doubt teramachi. And so Nephi, Abramova, even Mr. mallex, Mata, Asana, daarmee, whatever collection you might pick up, majority of the reports they're in are reported by meaning. In other words, the companions of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam are describing the life of the Prophet, or the words of the prophet in their own wording. So it's mostly paraphrased, the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are paraphrased. So what we look for is the crux, what we look for the is the crux of the matter. So if five companions are reporting the same incident in different wording, the

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conclusion we reach is that the incident definitely took place. There is no doubt because there are five different companions reporting the same incident right.

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reports coming from the from the province analyzer them word by word have very few in numbers, one of them is for example, Mancha, Viva La Mancha, Vallejo, Mohammedan. Felicia Felicia Bhagwan Mercado, homina not anyone who lies on me deliberately let him take his seat in hellfire. This is what the professor said word by word. Okay. It has reached us word by word. It is there in our authentic literature. Other reports in Bukhari Muslim terms, even Maja have been reported

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in a paraphrased form, Bill manna, and the companions of the Prophet of Islam have reported those

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events, incidents or ideas in their own words. So had these rejecters they claim that because this literature is built manner or reliable manner, we cannot fully trust it. But this notion is very erroneous, even according to the Quran. Let me explain again, in the Quran. In the Quran, we have stories of the prophets. Yes. Is that true? We have the story of Moses, with the story of Jesus, we have the story of Abraham, we have the story of Tao and Solomon. Now, as far as I know, none of these prophets spoke the Arabic language. Yes, none of these prophets spoke the Arabic language.

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And Allah subhanaw taala describes those incidents in the Arabic language where in the Quran, so when Allah says we'll call Ella mercy, who is sort of Maya, Allah subhanaw taala tells us what exactly is Ali Salam said to his people who were there, but who is right, Allah tells us we'll call mercy who Yeah, Bani Israel. Komodo Lara be back home in Noma, Yoshida Bella faqad harem Allahu la Jenna, Mama Mama.

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Warm up warm welcome.

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So Hannah law forgot to the worst. Well,

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only mean I mean, I'm sorry. Yes, that's it. Okay. So Allah tells us that Isa Salam said this, we'll call him mercy you and Allah tells us that Jesus said this. Did Jesus spoke is did Jesus speak the Arabic language? No. So we know that Jesus did not use these words. He did not speak the Arabic language. So Allah is paraphrasing the words of a silent Salam. In other words, so long as you are telling the truth,

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and you're not adding details or attributing false information to a prophet or someone truthful, then it is okay. Then it is fine. Because this is exactly what a lot is. In the Quran. Allah tells us what he saw as alarm said, what Moses said what Abraham said, What doubt said, Okay, so

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Allah subhanaw taala has many incidents in the Quran where Allah paraphrase the words of previous prophets. So there's a problem with that. Why is there a problem with companions of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam paraphrasing the words of Rasulullah saw salam, and in the end, they would qualify themselves. They would say, oh, come up, Paul. Ali salatu salam that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said something like this.

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He said something like this. For example, it was a hobby. If a companion of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam if a disciple of Mohammed Salah lies on them, he attributes information to the prophet and he says that Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam law, you may know how to come hotta you have ballia Hema you're humble enough to he, oh come upon Allah salatu salam, they would state or report from the prophets Allah Salaam, that the prophets Allah said this. And then in the end, this hobby, or the companion or the disciple of the Islam would say, oh, come upon Allah salatu salam, he said something like this, to qualify himself to save himself from an error, right? So when

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five or 10 companions of the Prophet of Islam are reporting the same thing, then it becomes absolutely certain that this report or this particular narration is definitely authentic, as far as the the main details are concerned, right. So reliable manner is absolutely trustworthy, especially when you have multiple attestation when you have multiple companions saying the same thing, okay, so there is nothing wrong with that. So that was the response. Now coming to the Persian conspiracy

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point on Persian conspiracy. Some of these rejections, they claim that at least literature was collected by a bunch of conspirators

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who were originally Persian.

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And they were a bunch of storytellers and liars. And because they were so used to telling stories about a rostrum and no shared one and so on they are and these Persian fables of the past, they knew how to forge these new stories about the promise and so on. And they attributed these stories to the prophet and spread them. This is the the joy Hill and ignorant and absolutely erroneous notion of storytelling. They spread these projectors, I'm talking about desperate about the hideous literature.

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Anyone who studies the nice science, even on a basic level on the primary level, will come to realize that it would be impossible, it would be impossible for one to forge a lie about the prophets, Allah Salam

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at that time and not get caught.

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How do we know people got caught? Because we have been told by them at the scene that people were lying on the prophet and we caught them salatu salam, they were lying on the profits of the lice alum and we caught them.

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So what these people do is they the people that called Iranian conspirators, are the ones who are actually catching thieves. So imagine if a thief runs into your house and you catch him, and then people come come from outside and they say,

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the thief is a thief, and you're also a thief. Because we're the one who caught him. Whether I'm telling you the thief.

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Now, because he's in your house, you caught him, you're also a thief. Or imagine the police catches a thief. Police catches a thief and you go to the police reserve.

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You're also thief, right? Although it may be true

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In many cases in Pakistan, yeah.

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But generally, in other places is not true. Okay. So the policeman will say to you hold on a second, hold on recorded. I'm the one who's telling you is a thief. So, this is what these people who have who are completely void of justice Unfortunately, they are telling them at the scene that you are the thieves. They are accusing Mohammed the theme people who collected the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that you are the thieves. Amazing, amazing standards, okay. And this is what Allah subhanaw taala addresses in the Quran Allah says, cover up Kalamata and taco doing for him in your coluna illa katiba that they lie. They spread nothing but lies. Okay. These people are these

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rejecters about great personalities. We haven't made these stories up. These are the scene who gave sacrifices and who had very diligent criteria to accept these reports on certain people. And when they doubted someone's character, liars were out of the question.

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Anyone who is known to have lied or who was known to have lied, once in his life was never accepted as a hobbyist narrator for the these collectors.

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Anyone who had other weaknesses in his character was also not accepted as this narrator someone who had weak memory someone who was known to have mixed reports with each other class out, we don't, we cannot take a risk. This is how the Madison retreated people.

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If people were known to have had mixed reports,

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once one mistake is enough for them on the scene for people like Imam Bukhari Muslim Imam, Abu Dhabi bomb, Ahmed. Mr. machete, if you are known once, to have made a mistake, you would be not not you're not written off from Islam, you may be a very good Muslim.

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But you cannot give us the Hadees literature, we will not take it from you. Because we cannot risk we cannot take a risk on our Deen. This is how diligent they were in collecting Hades magazine, or the low or no much mine. May Allah be pleased with them. And we'll accept their efforts. And most people who accuse them of this erroneous idea that they were conspirators or they were collecting

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just piles of literature or piles of stories, and they were just attributing the stories without checking them to the province Allah salam, how can you claim that?

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Especially when you haven't studied the science of Hadees? It is absolutely appalling to claim something like that. And we will show how, first of all, the fact that when they claim that these are the scene, most of them were Persian, and this was a Persian conspiracy to corrupt Islam from within, hence that this literature, this idea in itself is false. Because most of the major had the scene, the first narrators who were there, who were they the first narrators were the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, they will, if not all, majority, the overwhelming majority of them were Arabs. They were from the Arabian Peninsula, right.

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And then main narrators are after them, who were there. Mr. mazari.

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Mr. Rosati, Amman say you've been marceia automobiles Zubair Ahmad bin Abdulaziz, these people, right, Who were they? They were Arabs. They were all Arabs. Okay. So they are the ones who took Hadees from the companions of the Messenger of Allah surrealism, or Robin Zubair? Who was he?

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Who is he?

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Or obinze Where was he? He was the son of suburban one.

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Okay, and also a nephew of eyeshadow de la Juana. That's why he narrated so much for my shadow, the lower on her aura was a nephew of Elijah. So he was very close to Ayesha kala, she was his color. So he would go to her and take these from him, I'm sorry to come over. Right. And then him I'm sorry, gave to later people in my Moloch, for example, who was also an Arab, Mr. Merrick took from Napa. Now there was a direct student and a servant of Abdullah bin Omar, an Arab Abdullah bin Omar was a companion of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and Malik gave Hadees to Abdullah the use of

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another man Abdullah bin used to was the teacher of Imam Bukhari. Where's the light

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Where's the Persian controversy? Where's the Imam Bukhari was not Persian by the way? A mumble it was from maharana hora transec Sania

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transics Ania is basically beyond the river oxus Land Beyond the river oxes which is Central Asia today. He was from Bukhara, which is a notebook hestan right. So, it was not

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strictly speaking pleasure.

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So, Mr. Mohammed humble Mr. Mousavi, both Arabs, Mr. Malik

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was from the tribe of us by a mom Chavez. He was Qureshi. Mr. Hammond the humble was from the tribe of Shea barn, okay. And it was the tribe of shavon. Amazingly, now, this is where the, the, the error of these people the ignorance of these people is who claimed this Persian conspiracy

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in the form of Hades literature, at least rejecters amazingly, who is the Mudhar, the center of Hades literature in Iraq, in Baghdad in the second century Hijri. Who is it?

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Mr. madman humble.

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Imam Ahmed bin humble is the main one of the main not the beginning one of the main teachers of Addison Baghdad, from the tribe of Shea barn

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and to this day, which had his book is the largest collection of hedis.

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What sorry,

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say Bukhari, anyone else? Anyone else? It is most not of Mr. Mohamad.

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The Muslim Ummah, Muhammad is the largest collection of Hadees available to us today.

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And Mr. Muhammad was one of the teachers of remember Hari. He was also

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one of the teachers around without opium and Muslim they were contemporaries. It was the idea of Imam Muhammad to filter out the most authentic literature,

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making sure that we have one or two authentic collections of the some of the promises that cannot be doubted. Not even 1% doubt should be on them. Right? Because they are the ones who started catching thieves.

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Mr. Mohammed was the policeman. He was the policeman he was the Inspector General of the Hadith literature.

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He was the man who was appointed to catch Thief by Allah subhanaw taala and he started to catch thieves. And then he realized that the treasure the purity of the treasure, just come kasana get your domain. Yeah kasana is his car.

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It schedule

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is key to purity.

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pure cello

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khazanah duet. This treasure is purity is in danger due to the thieves

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due to the thieves

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because these maybe throwing fake gems into the treasure. Fake gems

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or Ruby that looks like an original Ruby. If it's thrown into a treasure, a pile of treasure, how are you going to separate it?

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How are you going to separate it? Only a jewelry? Only a jeweler or a gems expert can separate it right Do you agree?

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Priscilla, my father bought a Ruby and is very happy about it.

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And it was a big Ruby Yeah.

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And it looks so beautiful. It's so clear. I said you know what? It looks and I'm not a gem gems expert. I said you know what looks too good to be true.

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It looks too good to be original. I cannot believe such a big Ruby such a clear Ruby can be for such 7000 rupees

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manga salt and rpks Lee Ruby multi Jenna

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egos name as Leah

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said so we took it to the gem gem experts. They said by savvy shisha

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This is glass. They said this is glass. Someone has robbed you. Right. So am I'm humble was that Inspector, that policeman appointed by Allah to God, the treasure of the Sunnah and when people were throwing started trying to throw

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Fake gems inside the treasure to compromise its purity. He appointed other policemen just cook I didn't know free Bravo Pakistan is one Mega 10 Jamba treads so deep within a free burrito, please get a free brother. Get your delsea there settle down again to police guy were the British so you're gonna give everybody a T. So increase the numbers of Gods

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lock the treasure and increase the number of Gods so that thieves cannot throw in fake gems.

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It's not about taking gem from the treasure. It's not about that it's about mixing or

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you know, compromising the purity of the treasure. We want to keep this treasure pure.

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So he said increase the number of Gods say mama humble Bukhari Muslim Baba Tao si tenemos z darkwood name later on.

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Even though Jose ma ignore will borrow bookkeeping McCullough in Spain, in a London, Mr. Mohammed student, Allahu Akbar, you name it one after another God's are arising and they are protecting the Sunnah of the messenger or sovereign country. Do you think this is a joke? This science is a joke. Do you think it was collected and put together by random guys who thought Oh, this? This looks nice. So we'll put it in the collection? No, no, they scrutinized every single Narrator In the chain every single man.

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And the point I want to make is that this Inspector General, Mr. Mahajan humble was from Blue Shea barn. So if it was a Persian conspiracy,

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blue Shea barn was the tribe that was on the front line fighting the Persians.

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militarily when the Muslims

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attacked pleasure

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in the time of honorable Katara de la one, you know which tribe was on the front line fighting the Persians bonucci barn and even in the second century, if anything, it has been O'Shea barn, a man from brochet barn, Shay Barney, mm, humble ashay Barney, yet is defending the son of the Messenger of Allah. So

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if there are any per unit attacks, but there were none, this notion was actually

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introduced by ignaz Goldgeier in the 19th century, and some of these rejecters to sound cool or to look cool, or to come across intellectuals, as intellectuals, or to or to look like educated people that started to adopt these theories. And you know what, most of them haven't studied the science of this. It is very clear. So, having clarified that, Imam Bukhari was from takistan, Marana he was not Persian.

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Mr. Mo doubt, is, he came from Saudi Stan, which was not strictly speaking part of Persia. Okay.

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And Mr. metodom is he was again,

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Tim is today you can I think you said Iran, but at that time, it wasn't strictly speaking part of Persia. And then we look at the names of some of the major authorities of Hades, who are directly responsible for collecting Hades literature from earlier generation. And then generation before that, which was the debate and then as harbor So who are these people? Mr. Malik, Mr. Malik, he collected one of the first collections of Hades called al Mata. Mata Okay, who was Malik for the pleasure? No, he was from the US back. Okay. his tribe was called the US back. He was an Arab. He was an Arab, he died in 179. He was born in 9483

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lyerly. And in fact, between him and a companion of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, how many people how many, one man now for nothing. Okay. Then Mr. McAfee. Mr. McAfee. What he he died in 204. He he was a direct student of Mr. Malik.

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Mr. Homemade he died in 219 Hijri Qureshi. Among his hoc been Rockaway borough Tamim died in 238 Hijri. A teacher of Imam Bukhari Imam is Hawker away was when the teachers of Imam Bukhari from Peru Tamim Imam Ahmed been humble as we have discussed, who died in 241 at Bhanu shavon.

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Imam doremi doremi who died in 255 veggie burrito meme among Muslim 261 hungry but no push air okay.

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Have a mama bow down

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to 7580 years from now, you may be thinking a man who was from Saudi Stan. So destiny is also is known as a Buddhist understanding. Okay. Now this doesn't mean that he was actually originally from Saudi Stan Stan is basically close to Balochistan this this region. Okay.

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So do

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keep in mind that when the Islamic conquest took place, a lot of the Arabs resettled in these conquered lands. Does that make sense? Right. And these Arabs became Persian ized they became Persian ized. So they were originally Arabs, but they had also learned the Persian language and adopted some of the Persian culture, but they were actually Arabs. And one example is a mama without who was born in such a Stan, but he was actually originally from us and Arabian tribe. The mom theorem was he was also again born very close to Persian territory thermos. Okay. Again, he was from the Arab Arabic origin. He was from Vanessa lane. Harris among Horace b&w sama, who died in 282 eg

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de barro, Tamim Imam, Abu Bakar. Bizarre, okay. who died in 292 Hijri ban was

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Imam Abu Yala Imam Abu Yala from Bhanu. Tamim died in 307 Imam Abu Jafar a party Mr. Motta Javi okay you know Akita Taha via

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you know, Akita Bahia we read a pinata It was written by a compiled by Mr. moto Holly imata Javi also the author of sharp, muscular lofar Okay, this big compendium of work I mean, I'm gonna come to address this point. So remember, remember the name Mr. Mojave? Okay. He died in 2021. But he was also an Arab Imam ignore a ban. burrito meme. Okay, Mr. mazzani. Birla, Okay, ma'am, Hakeem Baba, okay. And those who are atomies

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mainly some of the major magazine or armies non Arabs were Mr. Ebner Ba Ba, the author, the compiler of masala for Wagner. ba ba. Okay, Mr. mcquarry. Also what non Arab? Mr. Hebrew Maja was also non Arab. Okay, Mr. Nakajima was non Arab. So major authorities have had these, the majority of them were Arabs. So this Persian conspiracy theory, in itself is a conspiracy. You understand? This Persian conspiracy theory on the part of at least rejecters in itself is a conspiracy to cast doubt on how this literature In fact, there's a book I strongly recommend

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by shift zelle been sloppy.

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It has been published from Adam God, India, and it is called the skeletal mohabbatein. Okay, it is in two volumes. And it covers the history of madness, even the second century. In fact, the first century to the eighth century history. Okay, read these two, these two volumes of industry majority of them are the same major authorities were mostly Arabs, okay.

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Let's assume that these people who claim the Persian army conspiracy to corrupt the RMB, religion and Islam, okay, who are these people who are claiming this conspiracy? Who are these people? they themselves are dummies. They themselves are jimmies purveys purveys, the founder of pervasive Africa. Who was he? Was he an Arab?

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army? Java, the Gandhi, although he saw is from Gandhi tribe. I don't know if their tradition is correct or not. Yeah, I can't call him but by culture, by upbringing, his argument right. He may be originally Arab because of ROM, the ROM these is all the tribe, it is an Arabian tribe, okay. Who are these people?

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they themselves have been affected by an RGB conspiracy, or army

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another question I want to ask is, why did it take the Persians so long to come up with this conspiracy? If it's a conspiracy?

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Why did it take them two, three centuries, right? And all the Muslim scholars or deaf, dumb and blind for the last 14 centuries, they had no idea that this conspiracy had happened. They were all sleeping. And suddenly, these these rejecters pseudo intellectuals woke up in the 19th century.

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And beyond and realize that there was a Persian conspiracy all lab Islam your Persian

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egg you have Farsi Saudis Cassie caraga right Islam make Farsi sausage Kashi caraga Islamic a burger Korea Farsi Ani, right in ko arch Covina xillia only sees a DA or basis are the main, they have come to realize which ledger mod is in the sub bilkul, farik, D and E, they had no idea what was happening with them in the history, they are not. So this is why refer back to our first lecture where I said, one of the biggest causes of police reaction is actually absolute ignorance of the science of police.

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And the history of Hades, and the history of the murder scene. And the history of the men who underrating Hades. This is the biggest reason why people become police rejecters because they assume that it is just me, you call me Mrs. Obama is just, you know, random knowledge that was collected by Madison on ad hoc basis, it wasn't like that it was systematic, was very organized. It was very, very delicate, was very, very intricate work with the magazine did. And the details can only be known when you study a basic book on the science of Hades.

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So they claim

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that people

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and the conspiracy amazingly, only happened in Persia, it didn't happen in London. It didn't happen in North Africa. It didn't happen in India, it didn't happen in northern China or Central Asia, it only had to happen in Persia, as if the scene only existed in Persia or Iraq or in that region or Asia or the scene near. So, this is another erroneous idea they come up with.

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Then finally, next point, we will address inshallah is

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clash in some of the authentic reports. This is another idea that bring up these projectors, that because these literature is contradictory. A lot of the reports are in contradiction. So we cannot accept it. Right? But they're not actually in contradiction. It is impossible for an authentic report to contradict another It is impossible. Okay. And where there is a direct contradiction, it is an issue to do with NASA and monceau which can be found in the Quran if you are on if you are Koran only Muslims, then the contradictions you are claiming and these also exist in the Quran, then be consistent. Then apply the same criteria same standard to the Quran, because there are verses in

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the Quran that apparently contradict other verses apparently, apparently not. Those are actually not contradictions. Those are aggregations.

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Okay, for example, but Koran says yeah, are you under Dina armano la takanobu Sala Quantum sakara Yes.

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Oh, you believe Do not come near a prayer when you are drunk. Then in other words, Allah says, Yeah, are you Hello Dina armano in number kamaru while maizuru valand savall Islam register Mina Amara shavon fujitani boo La La come to flee own Iman malo oh you believe abstain from intoxicants, gambling, throwing arrows for luck. Okay, these are actions of shaitan. Here, wine is haram. The other verse is saying, Do not come close to salaat when you are drunk.

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So how you going to reconcile the reconciliation is that the first verse was revealed in the early days of Islam when hombre was not made Haram, wine was forbidden by Allah subhanaw taala gradually, so the final verse abrogated all other verses. Now the verse or you believe do not come to a prayer when you are drunk doesn't apply.

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It doesn't apply anymore, it is abrogated. It is there,

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it is abrogated

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upon Allah. So likewise, in these literature, we have authentic reports abrogating other authentic reports, for example, the sort of losses will give a ruling in the early days of Islam then later on, it was hard to get it where there is clear cut on the same meta issue.

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Other examples are

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that Rasulullah saw Salam gave answers to two different individuals on the same matter, but the answers are different.

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For example, a man came in off the premises about something one ounce of eggs was given, another man came another answer was given. So there's contradiction, right? These people claim a contradiction. No, there's no contradiction, because the people he answered to were requiring different answers. For example, one man came and he asked the Messenger of Allah says, Allah, for example,

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you know,

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about fasting, you know, it has something to do with intimacy with wife, can I

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be physical without being fully intimate, cannot be physical, and my wife, and I sort of lost us and said to one, No, you can't.

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And other man came. And he asked the same question the promises and said, Yes, you can. Okay, and then hold on a second, why two answers. One was a young man. And the danger is that when he will start a little, he will go all the way. It is very likely, young man's passions or a reason. He is intimate with his wife. It starts with a with a with a with a hug or something and then while you're fostering, it goes all the way right. And then you broke your fast Yes, with an old man who is more able to possibly control his emotions and his desires, it is okay for him. So this is to do with circumstances, it is not a contradiction. It is a ruling that applies a different different ruling

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applies to different people, right. So there are many examples like that. And to understand this concept, Mr. Mojave, the one I mentioned earlier, Mr. Harvey, he has written a compendium and encyclopedia on reconciliation of similar reports such report it is called Shara mosquito Lothar. Okay, it is a big giant book in many volumes, multiple volumes. It is called Shara mosquito Lothar. And it is compiled by Mr. Bahari, who explains that those reports that sound or seem problematic are actually not problematic. It is your lack of understanding your lack of knowledge of the of the Arabic language or your lack of a knowledge of the history or the circumstances of these reports. So

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Mr. Motta Javi he reconciles all these reports in this big Compendium this encyclopedia.

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But ask these people these these rejecters if they have bothered to pick up pick up Mr. Motta, hobbies, reconciliations, or this big giant book, which was written quite early on, was Richard written in the fourth century of Islam fourth century history. So this is another

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issue. Last point I want to discuss today inshallah, very quickly before we go to q&a, because it's been very long.

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One of the reasons to not trust Hades literature is that because it was compiled a lot later. Okay. We This is a very common

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argument. And it's a classical argument, or classic argument, at least rejecters present, even some

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missionaries, Christian missionaries come up with this idea. Some atheists also come up with this idea that Oh, what should Why should we trust Hades, it was compiled so late. And you guys are inconsistent. you reject the Gospels of Jesus Christ, gospel of john, Matthew, Mark, and Luke, because they were written later on. Okay? And look at these.

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These collections. They were written a lot later than the gospels were written from Jesus Christ. So how can you accept these literature and reject the Gospels? So very, very valid argument to those who have no knowledge of history and theology? Right? It is a very powerful a powerful argument, isn't it? Huh? Listen, when you actually go in depth, and when you drill the argument or when you dissect the argument, you come to realize it is fallacious. It is fallacious for example, gospels were written by anonymous people.

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They were anonymous, unknown McGraw Hill devel module. It had this literature when a Hadees comes to Omaha this collector of Hadees for example, Imam Bukhari or had been humbled. If this comes from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it has been reported or it has been attributed to the prophet and one of the men in the chain is unknown. For example, for example, the rest of the chain is known it's nothing okay we know who nefarious is Abdullah bin Omar we know Abdullah bin amorous but after an affair, there is a man who is not known at the scene are not aware

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have his history, his circumstances his character where he taught what kind of character personality was he such a report, however beautiful it may sound, however attractive the report may be okay will be thrown on the wall,

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any Hadees that has an unknown character in the chain will be thrown on the wall will not be accepted. So, your comparison between the Gospels and the Hadees literature is completely misplaced and inconsistent

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and not applicable. Why? Because had these literature has been preserved from a well known sources

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and every single man in the chain is known to us. I'll give you a very quick examples. So when Imam Bukhari puts down a report in his collection, that Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said such and such so and so, he gives his sources. Body is almost two centuries apart from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam right or wrong. two centuries apart. More than two centuries apart from the verses are harder, because you know what the prophet said? How does he know what the prophet said or did right? No. Bukhari cites his sources. Buhari tells us there are reports in Bukhari and there are 22 in number 22 reports in Buhari. They have three men between the prophet and Buhari three women between

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Buhari and the Prophet Bukhari generates from his teacher

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mckeeva NaVi Rahim who narrates from his teacher is he did know of your bed and is even over your bed. The rich narrates from his teacher, Salma Tahlequah, who was a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam,

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and then some of the laquanda rates from the Prophet five men Prophet said Salma took it and then gave it to Josie to globally obeyed when Salma was in his 70s jazzy deplorable you obeyed gave the report to mckibbon ob Brahim when he was in his 80s Okay, and of sound mind, and McKee gave it to Mr. Bahari, but McKee was an old man. So Mr. mcquarry, he took reports directly from sources who go back to the Prophet uninterrupted as a chain. It doesn't stop there. There are reports since al Bukhari that have four men between Bukhari and the Prophet. So Buhari generates from his teacher of the loving users who narrate sorry Mama, Mr. Malik, Malik narrate from nothing, nothing the rest of

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the lemon Omar Abdullah bin Omar narrates from

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Prophet sallallahu sallam. Then we have books and reports in Bukhari with five men between Bukhari

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and Rosaura Lhasa Salaam, then we have report that has six men between Buhari so change, sometimes get longer depending on where the report came from, or sometimes they get shorter.

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Okay, so every single report must

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come with a chain. Anything that comes without a chain will be rejected. So there is no comparison between the Gospels and the Hadees literature. gospels are completely anonymous. We don't know who Matthew, Mark and Luke and john were were we don't know who these people were. So if we don't know who they were, why are we even believing what the same

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It is claimed that they were disciples of Jesus Christ, it is impossible to prove that it is impossible to prove that we call it in the science of Hadith in Qatar interruption of sources interruption of sources we call it in the science of Hades in Qatar, okay when there is in copper in the chain

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then that chain is completely rejected, that report is not accepted, it is dive it is non authentic, it is not trustworthy, we are the ones telling you that at least study it. So

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Hades literature was first of all not written later on. It was written within the first century okay. There is a HIPAA of what had been what what have been Manabe okay. And there are there are other people of de la one of the companions or as little as he was allowed to write. His name is Abdullah bin Ahmed been asked, he was allowed to write the Hadith of the prophets of Salaam. He was an exception, because prophets also did not want his companions to mix the Quran with the Hadees. So these have memorized it was internalized verbally orally. The Quran was penned down it was written down later on when the Quran was created.

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In his current form, by abubaker, North Mongolia luevano mine on homage mine. Then the Sahaba they started to encourage their students to write down these as well. And in the time of tabi, rain her these were written down and by the time we get to Mr. Malik, he is already compiling more time on Malik.

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And we still have manuscripts of what Imam Malik from his lifetime. There is a proprietary manuscript, which dates back to the life of Mr. Malik, and it is more takoma Malik Mr. Malik was born in 94. He was one of the companions of a sort of blossom was alive. And it's been Malik, we don't know whether unus was alive and molecules born, but it was the same year when Moloch was born, when others died of their loved one, it was so close and Moloch is the one of the first compilers of a collection of studies. So, this is enough said on this matter that had these integers compiled later on. Hence, it is not trustworthy, a lot more can be said on this topic, but I do not have the

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time to give the details at this stage. inshallah I'll move on. And in fact,

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one last point I want to address is the issue of erroneous or

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controversial content in the Hardee's literature, for example, okay, or there are things about the prophets in these rich literature that cannot be accepted. For example, in Makati, we have a report that

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Ibrahim is thought to have stated non factual things. Right. Three non factual statements O'Brien made. Okay. There's a report in Bahati, by the way, the term kid,

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kid in the Arabic language doesn't always mean a lie. It means a non factual statement. For example, once I showed the loved one ha,

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you know, heard of the loving Omar saying something about the promises of them. She said, candy bar

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of the law. Okay, Abdullah lied. If you translate that into English, it would be translated as Abdullah lied. But is Ayesha actually saying Abdullah bin Omar is lying? Or is a liar? No, she's saying Abdullah bin Omar is mistaken. He's stating something non factual.

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Okay, she's not calling him a liar. So the Arabic language is very important for you to understand. So when the word kid is used in the Arabic language, it doesn't always mean a lie. It means a lie, but doesn't always mean a lie. It can mean a non factual statement. So when these these projectors talk about this hadith in Bukhari, or Ibrahim Alayhi, salam, he had said, non factual things. For example, he said to his people, I am sick, I cannot go with you, and then he broke the idols. And when they came back, he said the big either broken, which is a non factual statement, right? You can call it a lie. So, but Ibrahim al Islam was deliberately making these non factual statements to make

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them think, to make them think he wasn't actually lying. And in fact, two examples are in the Quran. Two of these examples are in the Quran. So why don't you go to the Quran as well using the same criteria. So if you attack the Hades for some

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controversial to do to you not to ask you some controversial content, then go to the Quran as well. There's plenty of controversy there as well if you want to use that standard. It doesn't

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necessarily follow that your argumentation is valid for Hadith literature, so they can give many more examples of intellectual impossibilities

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in the Hadees literature, intellectual impossibilities, one of those examples is Prophet Muhammad, Allah marrying, I shadowed your loved one Hmm. Now these people that think like this, because they have been affected by modern liberal secular thought process they have been affected by if you go back to history, 19th century backwards 19th century backwards as I clarified, most humans on the planet, we're getting married to girls, as young as 910 1112 910 1112 910 1112. Don't believe me? Go and read a book on the age of consent written by any European scholar. google it, Google it.

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age of consent in the West. Before the 19th century, you will get maybe tons of articles and read the quotes of scholars and they will tell you in

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societies before the 19th century, it was not an issue as soon as girls Reach, reach the age of puberty as soon as girls

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puberty, which was determined by menstruation, when they had their menstrual cycles, they were ready for marriage. They were concerned. As far as those societies were concerned, they were ready for marriage. I'm not saying that should happen today. Times have changed. People have changed their thinking of change, the feelings have changed. People have been affected by the the norm that prevails in the world today. So I'm not saying that should happen today. I'm saying what happened in the past, it was the norm for them. In the past, it was the norm. As soon as a girl reached the age of puberty, when she had menses, she was ready for marriage for them in the past. Okay, so these

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people, these are these rejecters they have no idea. They don't know about the history. That's why when they read that in Buhari, the police are seldom married, I shared the love on her when she was nine, right there got a shock.

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So, if she had had her periods at that time, if she had menstruated, or if she had reached the marriageable age, or puberty at that time,

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and according to their social norms, it was okay to get a girl married when she reaches that age, in fact, there are reports in tabaka even sad that aboubaker the father of Ayesha came to the Prophet salla salon

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and told him to take Ayesha into your house. She's ready.

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Ayesha is ready, my daughter is ready, ready for what? Ready for what? She's ready to be your wife. Why what determined that readiness, what determined that readiness, it was obviously either her menstrual cycles, or her physical appearance or physical ability to them to those societies. In the past, it was the norm, as late as the 19th century, some of the American states or you listen to me, brothers, brothers, sisters, as late as the 19, as late as 1920s.

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Less than a century ago, less than a century ago, some of the American states in the south, they allowed girls to get married as young as 12 1112, depending on even 10, even 10, depending on which state it is.

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As late as the 1920s.

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So if these these projectors were alive in the 1920s, they wouldn't have this. This question wouldn't be bugging the mind.

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as the boss said,

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Tara, Would you shut up at the jelly Frank, get to walk Mr. garaga, Tommy

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kadowaki, Mara garaga, Tommy's.

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And I will end the lecture today, we have finally by the grace of Allah subhanaw taala

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completely completed our treatment of Hades rejection, and hopefully people have benefited

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in the future, we might do more extensive lengthier lectures on this topic, if necessary, if questions come up can come across, if people are asking questions for us to address them inshallah, we will go further into detail, but I believe anyone reasonable, anyone who is

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blessed with common sense and firm knowledge of history and theology and these literature will find these lectures convincing and will possibly,

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inshallah, follow the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam if he or she is a diesel injector. So those of you who are these rejecters whether you are subtle projectors or open and these injectors are passionate these injectors are completed these injectors, this was our love for you. This is this was not a hateful exercise rather, this was this was this was our love

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for you and you should accept it as a loving gesture on our part is Akuma love him. la hora, Donna hamdulillah bellami

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