Ahmad Saleem – Shama’il al-Muhammadiyya 002 Introduction

Ahmad Saleem
AI: Summary © The American University system has created a curriculum that emphasizes learning methods, with the use of devalued information to convince students to join classes and pressure to encourage only if interested. The shaping of Islam's physical characteristics has been discussed, including the "has been" concept used to describe "has been." The Hadees were treated differently by different culture, with the "has been" concept used to describe "has been." The Hades' spiritual experiences have been discussed, including the "has been" concept used to describe "has been." The Hades' teachings and the importance of listening to input from others and bringing in scholarships are emphasized. The importance of patient and bringing people in faith is emphasized, as well as the return of Shaquille to Cleveland.
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asking only one

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah himmelberg Rubbish Raha Lisa threeways silly embryo Hello Tata Melissa Annie of the holy Robin acid and Kareem

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Insha Allah, we're going to carry on the introduction part

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of our

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Shemitah tell me the insha Allah generally.

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So I'm going to have three introductions for all of us today. So first introduction has to do with the introduction of how do you don't what I'm saying is right.

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Other than the fact that you like me a lot.

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You trust me and I got 50 different types of biryani when I moved to Atlanta, other than that, right, and I got two types of flowers. So the Pakistanis were a bit short, like they needed, you know, a Cindy video and he didn't get any of that stuff. So just hint hint, right. So if there's Cindy's hair and stuff, you know, you got to step up the game. But other than that fact, how do you know that? I'm saying what I'm saying is correct.

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How do we know that Sure, trust, but there are a lot of people their degrees may be just an online degree and they you know, sat there and they were really good in retaining information and

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they passed the exams and they got a degree or something right there systems. So, one of the ways in the past, you would verify that a particular person or an individual, what he is saying or the information that he is providing to us, that the book that he is teaching.

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Has he studied that book with a teacher who has studied that book with a teacher who has studied that book with a teacher

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With a teacher with a teacher all the way to the author of the book, right, all the way to the author of the book. So you can think about it from a perspective that, you know, Imam did amazing. So he had students then his students had students, his students had students, his students had students all the way down. So the way you understand if that person the way he's explaining the book, and there is no agendas involved in it, there is no isms involved in it. It's actually being explained the way that it the author had intended that book to be understood.

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And that is the reason why our sulfasalazine they were very particular about the entire science of assignee.

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And the science of Senate, Senate means chain of connections, science of Senate or ijazat, right? We're the only form of you and I knowing if that person that I'm learning from his knowledge is credible.

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Now, up until the last 200 years or 300 years, a new phenomenon came around, which was that we had my Doris, we had classical mattresses, we're talking about in the shower of them, they've been around for a while, but the last 300 years is when they took a big mask away, they were found in every single place, and they were formalized, and they were institutionalized. And they were buildings that were built. And in those modalities, I'll speak for, for example, you know, the Chinese army for example. So when Mulan is Dean, he was a person who has actually put together that has in his army in India and Pakistan and Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and all of these places. How they

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got that got put together was that

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Akbar had invented a new dean which is called what

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Dean ala he God those of you that know history, the in a lie, and that DNA law he was a very similar Dean that we have today. Right? You are drew you're drew you have the truth. You have the truth, I have the truth you have we all have truth, Mashallah. Let's all worship together in one place because we all have truth. Right? That's not the case. And that's very, that's a perennial list thought. So to defend the law he Mulan is Dean was tasked by Akbar, to put together a group of scholars and do two things, unify all of the photographers that were given throughout the subcontinent and that was compiled in a book called fatawa ILM gidea.

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So most of the Hanafi Modares they follow and they did back also they unified the disputes and they said everybody is going to follow this book, any masala that comes is going to be here any new masala that comes will be discussed with the group of that legend that scholars and will be placed in that book. So throughout the subcontinent, there will be a unified fatwa system. The second thing they did is Mulan Huzzah. Modine created a curriculum that was based on

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11 sciences

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that ensured that if anybody graduates from the Sullivan sciences, right, if anybody graduates from them, then they are going to have a very good grasp almost an insert encyclopedic level grasp of every science of Islam, whether it is Hadees, whether it is Cara, whether it is now whether it is sort of whether it is Bulava whether all of these 13 Sorry, 11 scientists and 13 Sciences in the people that are from Africa.

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Okay, so though ijazah is then turned into madrasahs and the the last 150 years, the madrasahs then turned into universities.

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Okay, the mother says they turned into universities. And so today you have Islamic University of Osama Islamic University in Malaysia, you have Islamic universities all across the world. They are an advanced form of a madrasa system. They have combined the academic world, and they have brought the classical understandings of the madrasas. So that's how it formed. So today, our relevance of how do I know somebody's knowledge is accurate? We say, oh, this person graduated from some Islamic University, he must be okay. Okay. Now, every Islamic University that was formed was foreign for a political reason.

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There was political funding.

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Right, there was political funding. Right, go back and look at this among universities and who are funding them.

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There were there were people and again, they wanted to promote a certain faction of Islam. Similarly, all Damodardas they were heavily focused on a specific faction and promoting that faction. So if you go to the when I was in traveling in Syria, Lanka, those modalities they were heavily focused on just making sure that everybody understands Jaffa effect, and nobody even defects from it, you can deviate from it. However, he is not even in

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incepted enter Lanka, right? Because they want to protect that system.

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And then in the last 50 years, what we saw was the rise of this thing, which is, let us go back to the ijazah system. So do we have any scholars left that were not affected by this new, you know, the last 100 years, and can we go back to the ijazah system. So, we rely our information on somebody who studied from a scholar who studied from a scholar, and that chain of narration is not given you and I meet, and we have, we go out and have a nice meal and Bismillah, you have an Jazza, you have to sit with that chair, we have to read that book, The Sheikh is going to point out certain things to you that you must understand about that book. And if you have multiple ages, then you become

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somebody who actually has a good grasp of understanding that book, that is only to the level of you understanding.

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And that is called Jazza of Hadith that you wrote, you heard from your chef, this book, then you have the other type of ijazah that you have Aruna that my chef has explained it to me, I eat there was an shutter, there was a back and forth you were trying to there was it not passive listening, there was an active involvement of your ankle and the shape, and there was back and forth. And it is not generally done in 1000s and 1000s. People it was in small private circles. And then after finishing that book, and maybe four years or three years there, she will write on a piece of document ijazah that I give this person ijazah to be able to go and teach this book to other people.

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And that is called ijazah of Taleem. Those are the two different types of Jazz's today sadly, every every person that wants to study a book, I had so many WhatsApp messages, people message me saying, Are you going to give out and Jazza? If you are then I'm going to come? Like no, I'm not. I'm not going to give out any Jazza. Right, because this is just a reading through the book and small commentary on it. Right. And I do not have the permission from my shift to give out the jazz, I have the permission to teach not to give out the Jazza. For that you have to spend another two, three years with him. Right? So you understand all of that. So that's first part, so we must understand

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that. So alhamdulillah my Senate goes all the way back in imam in Shamaya, Timothy, all the way back to Imam Timothy. And Inshallah, if I get a chance next week, I'll try to bring it out so you guys can see it like who are the scholars in it?

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From the shift to the shift that the sheikh, and it's really interesting. Most of them are non Arabs, mostly our subcontinent scholars, and scholars of Andalus. And it's amazing fascinating that this URL was preserved at the hands of people who are not Arabs in terms of the last few centuries it was it was usually items, all of the asana of Hadith, all of the Hadith ijazah in Bukhari, Jazza and Muslim, the jazz and say, How's it done? Where are they found? They're found in India,

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you have to travel to India, Chef Berlin pouring in all of these famous scholars, right? They have those Jazza right there because they have preserved it. That's introduction number one, introduction number two, before you begin any science, the Ulama they say that there are certain introductions that we must understand about every science that we begin.

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And they say that these are called mega de ALLATRA. The 10 things you must understand about the science that we're about to embark on. We're not going to go into the 10 sciences, because this is not an anatomy discussion, but there are few of those 10 that are very relevant to masses. We'll touch on that right. So, the author he says that the modality of LM okay. The essence of all the is number one modal rule, what is the topic of that realm?

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For for for example, our topic right now, is what the topic of Shama il Jamil the topic of Shama and Shama L means, what Shama L means, the hook the characteristics of Prophet sallallahu Sallam characteristics are divided into two types you have characteristics that are physical characteristics that are visible with eye and you have characteristics that are hidden and that are not visible through eye

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those are you know Helmer who has his head forbearance Suburu who has patience Okay, the hacker to the you know, his his

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sense of humor. These are things that are not written on his physical existence, it's unless you interact with him, you don't get to know them. So both of these characteristics I will Hulk will hook both are combined in the science of Shama, Ill Okay. While they are all who, so the first is mold or what's the topic of it, okay. So the topic is the essence or the existence of

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That wouldn't be Salah us and we're trying to understand Prophet sallallahu Sallam his that not his story

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his that his existence trying to understand that

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while there who who is the one who compiled the science

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who was the first to ever talk about the science

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even before he mom tell me the

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every single one of you have touched that book

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you've touched it since you were a kid.

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But on

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Allah subhanho wa Taala he is the one who initiated that whole chapter.

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Well, I do who Makeda Well, who do Amara is hard did not lie What the tea that what she saw. Mazar Well, bizarro Amato, his eyesight did not deviate every little thing about Rasul Allah as physical existence Allah subhanaw taala talk, why am I in the guanylyl how he does not speak from his own desires, his tongue, so the entire Quran, there Allah they mentioned that there is only eight Surahs that does not have any form of mentioned about Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam, the rest of the Quran, the rest of the entire Quran, 116 Surah,

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106 hurrahs, all of them have mentioned of Prophets, Allah Salam, either they are being spoken Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is being spoken to somebody speaking to Prophet salallahu Salam, or something about him as being told to us or it is I thought, you know, for example, pronouns are being used about Rasul Allah to referring the pronoun refers to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in total, the Rola they said that Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with all these different forms, explicitly implicitly through pronouns and stuff more than 2550 times in the Quran.

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And some of the alumni, they did research that not a sub Hagos not a page goes that you pick up except there is some

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pointing towards the Rasul Allah says LM in that stuff, huh? In that page.

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So we start the science, the first, whoever the first one to ever tell us about this was rasool Allah, Allah subhana wa Medina. After that, were the Sahaba Quran.

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Now in the science, you have a question

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I don't remember off top my head. I have a PowerPoint slide. I can send it to you can. I don't remember off top?

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coming back

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Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu Ultramarine. They were the ones who then described the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in an absolute detail that could not ever have been described about any individual ever in history.

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The Sahaba the Allahu and they were the first ones then they were the second ones to place this so first one the topic is that wouldn't be SallAllahu Sallam number two, while they're all who who is the one who placed the science who initiated the science, it is none other than Allah subhanaw taala and after Allah subhanaw taala it is the US hub, it is the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Okay, next via to who

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where is this going to what is what is the, what is the ultimate purpose of us learning this so that we can actually on the day of judgment be worthy of the shafa of Nabi SallAllahu sallam?

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We're learning about Prophet sallallahu Sallam so that on that day, we know where Rasul Allah is how he is going to look like and we are becoming we become from those who become worthy off Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Shiva on the day of judgment as to how he came to Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said the rasool Allah. I mean, like there's gonna be a lot of people on that day. Where am I gonna find you?

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Think about this question. He's like, I didn't have the law. You're gonna be at a level. I am a miskeen. I don't know where it's level I'm going to be at I mean when I got resurrected, where am I going to find you?

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Where am I going to find you?

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So in three different narrations. Okay, this hadith doesn't come in this format and there are different narrations I'm compiling it together to the places where Rasul Allah has told us where he can be found.

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Who can tell me where

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Okay, he

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is going to be at the l held l kilter. That's number one. Okay? Hold on kilter.

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beautiful. He is going to be at the Meezan at the scale, every person that is going to have their heads up every Muslim, when there are male are going to be placed in the MISA an Allah Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam is going to be next to them. He then resigned and he's going to be making dua that that Muslim succeeds.

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And the third

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no, that's in Jannah.

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There are

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so as every Muslim embarks on the journey of Surat

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as he embarks on the journey of Surat Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is going to be standing at that juror at that point and he is going to be saying Allah Houma, salam, salam, O Allah, we ask your safety, or Allah say I asked her safety for this individual Subhan Allah, He is going to be so concerned about us on that day that you know, you and I have never met him.

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But he's going to be there for his entire Ummah, standing until everybody crosses.

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So, coming back, we studied this alien so we become from those who become worthy of gaining Prophet sallallahu wasallam intercession and GFR.

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Samira to who

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where what is the Samara what is the benefit of this

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or we benefit from this? Number one, it so whenever every single one of us we say La Ilaha illa Allah Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah subhanho wa Taala every minute you say that there is a seed of Rasul Allah is love and the love of Nabi salah of Allah subhanaw taala that has been planted in every Muslims heart.

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But just like any seed,

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if you don't water it, no tree comes out.

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The what is the water of this seed, not any water.

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It's the vicar it's the remembrance. It's the study. So for this the tree of the test we are the tree of the love of Allah subhanaw taala. To grow we have to connect ourselves with Quran we have to connect ourselves with zikr of Allah we have to connect ourselves with with rapid repeating that word La ilaha illAllah La ilaha illallah as many times as possible, because as promised, ism says it illuminates our hearts to need we'll call it illuminates our hearts dispels the darkness and allows that tree to grow. The second

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studying the science of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and studying the sciences of Prophet sallallahu Sallam so that

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that tree for the love of Rasul Allah is given that water from this science and eventually, you never forget to say Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad.

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That's first fruit. The second fruit the second Femara of this is why is it that we don't find that the TOEFL let's be honest, why is it that we don't find the TOEFL to say, the sun salutations on prophets are seldom like, you know, 10,000 times.

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We all can do that. Look at the the screen time usage on our phones.

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Open your phone and look at how much time we have spent on the phone.

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Very quickly. It'll tell you how much time we spend on YouTube, how much time we spend on any other things.

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I mean, time is there. But then why is it that our heart is not going towards that direction? Because that visceral understanding of the Hatanaka of Rasulullah isn't sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not there for us? Not there.

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When we say the word Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam? How does it resonate in our heart?

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Do we visualize him? Do we see him?

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Are we filled with the feeling of longing to connect with him?

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Do we yearn to hear his voice

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to at least leave this world with being able to see him in a dream?

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Where do we stand on that?

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And that tells you the state of that tree that we have within us

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that Allah grant us the love of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. So so this this tree is is is watered by this science, the science of this era and the five signs. The more we study you have a question? Are you just stretching?

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The stretching? Okay, my shoulder is getting ready for basketball.

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Okay, next part. So the next the next

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stopped them Avada they're not very important because they're more related to like a tolerable elements stuff, but this is the general introductions. The third part, the third introduction about about the Hadees. And this is introduction to do with Hadees sciences over throughout the history of our Muslim Ummah, up until just recent times,

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whenever it can, it comes to the element of sera whenever it comes to when we study Sera. There is a completely different understanding of how Allah ma dealt with the narrations of Syrah as opposed to how the Allama dealt with the narrations of fic and nakida.

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And that sera that is necessary for

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so there is a complete different science how they treat with that, for example, Imam Muhammad ibn humble. He was alive at the same time of even is Huck. Even his heart is the one who wrote the first book of Syrah.

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They were alive at the same time

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missing the name of that person who explained his book

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and he will come to me so one of the books that Imam Muhammad had been humble was was explained by a student of Imam Muhammad in that he says

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the student says that Imam Muhammad he would not take Hadees from even as Huck if had had to do with fifth and nakida he would not take these from them. But then he in in other gathering I saw I had been humbled. And he said take knowledge of Syrah from Ibn is held for verily He is the most knowledgeable and that signs

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that was a bit confused like one time you don't want to take Hadith from him for for sunnah, for sunnah and all of the Hadith books and filk. But you're taking Hadith so he said that that is a different world. In that world, the old Lama they allowed

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for three categories of Hadith to be mentioned in them. Category number one is sorry, yeah, this category number two has an Hadees right. They're not at the level of * but they're good enough for us to be able to use them. And the third level is live Hadees

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they were used in all of the books of Sera.

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Now because we've had these we're not trying to build a shoddy our ruling on it. If in the battlefield, somebody fell left or they fell on the right does not really make a difference on our shedding our in our day to day.

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Right so if the Hadith or if says this person left Oh, today for this, but you know, it tells us an information that in a battlefield, the camel fell first and then there's a hobby,

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we can take that because it does not make any impact on your practice of faith. When it comes to the practice of faith, you only take Hadith we only take a Hadith from the Sahaba the six authentic books. Okay, that's one part. Second part and I'm saying this because a few of the individuals they called me and they said you know why are you doing this book? It has few Dr. Hardy's, isn't that appropriate not appropriate, why are we even doing this and so to address that, this is not a class in Hadith science was for to be able to understand this. Coming to this he has it coming to the six books.

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The most authentic of the two are Imam Buhari and non Muslims books, right. Imam Bukhari Imam Bukhari after he wrote to him Al Bukhari, what's another book that he wrote of Hadith?

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Ha, I'll double move forward.

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It's a book of Adam.

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It's one of the best books of Adam

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Alhamdulillah, the same chef that I studied this book with, I studied that entire book and I have any Jazza all the way to Imam Buhari in that book. Right. And it was it was the most difficult book to study. Right? Because it had things in it that like, don't make like you're like, for example, one of the things in a double move fraud is like, how do you do bill to your father after he's dead after he passes away?

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There's a hadith about that. The hadith said that if your father has passed away, you seek out his friends.

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You seek out his friends, and you treat them like your father.

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Like, forget you know, our kids don't even treat fathers like that. Forget seeking out father's friends. Today, people don't want to sit with older people. The kids don't want to sit with an older name. This is an uncle's gathering or an aunties gathering I'm going to have my youth gathering I'm gonna have a separate gathering right? So this these adults are forgotten. So Imam Bahati and other Boothroyd he mentioned.

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After he had written al Bukhari, he mentioned a lot of dive buddies.

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So what happened?

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You all of a sudden forgot how to write so Hey, Behati know the purpose of Saheba hottie was different. The purpose of

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Oh, so he, uh sorry, uh, who fraud was different

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in the matters of adab other if this works, not a problem, but in the matters of Sharia, you build it on sahih Hadith, or you build it on an established so he had this principle. Now I'll come to some other books in amphetamines he has another book called Sunon telemovie similarly a Buddha would have Sunanda be that would those books their sequence works in such a way chapter number five

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first six five or six I have these

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are always going to be so high

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they're always going to be so, yeah this once they have established that when a yet is laid to rest in Allahabad in October that is in an L shape that they are praised facing towards the Qibla they have established this using 3456 IDs then they will bring

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789 10 by hasn't had this and then after that 1112 They will bring Dr Hadees.

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Now what is that doing? It is completing the picture for you have something that has already been established and unquestionable

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in our Shediac from say you had this

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okay, that's the second point. And the third point and say you had these is you may have an example and we'll have the example in the first students we start you will have the example where the example of the skin of rosulip the color of the skin of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, you have 15 or 16. So hobbies or narrators who have narrated this Hadith from Anasazi Allah one, and as they've been Malik 16 or 15 Sahabas, who have narrated this Hadith from us from 16 or 15 sahabas. All of them have said that the skin tone complexion of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Ghana as Hara Yun it was as hurry it was almost like rose like white. It was white in color. Mushara Bom

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Bill hombre. It was white in color and it was it was there. It was like as if it had a little bit of a redness in it.

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Who shut up as if his skin had drank red color Mushara Booneville hombre so it's almost like rose like more towards the white. But little bit Rosie touch into that. One of the narrator's he says that the skin of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was as smart

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as myrrh means wheatish color.

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Wheat, okay wheatish color, what are they crusade in Arabic?

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laffy SMR

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Company A we're pumping, right? This this company or Esma now, no scholar ever takes that so he had this

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this is a sigh This is an also a box and every single Hadith scholar despite the fact that we have that book, they reject that Hadees

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Because 15 to one, you have 15 Saudi Hadees that are telling you

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that he was this color one Hadees although it is saying and it's narration is a hate. So sometimes the Senate itself is not the determining factor.

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That is why the fuqaha they come and they look at all this the array of Hadees on that topic, they will put them in the sequence of and that's not your job or my job. And they will say this is this hadith we simply reject oh my god, it's in body it is in body but we're going to reject because we have 15 Other narrations that say 50 You know and it is human error. So what do they do? Because this is a he had this you still need to respect that hadith.

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They will say

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how do we understand this? So one they found a share in the Arabic language where the reddish color can also be called a smart

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so they said you know what maybe in their Kabila the red color was had a colloquial name. Sometimes you know when we have different countries, you have certain things. It has local local name for it a local name for something, as I told you about Looney and tuning, like dollar and $2 in Canada loonies and toonies. Right, that's how we call the we don't say the $1 $2 with a looney tune, right? It's a local name. It doesn't mean the actual dollar or $2 it just denotes something. That's one way to understand it. The second way to understand this is when you have a white skin and obviously they did not have sunscreen.

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Right if Rasul Allah had a white screen, they did not have sunscreen, they did not have shades. If Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was somewhere where he had excessive

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have exposure to sun for some odd reason. And when that Narrator saw rasool Allah at that time,

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he said, he was a bit tanned. So he said we had when I looked at him, he looked a bit like wheatish, which is completely viable because a white person, if they get a tan, they look wheatish. Okay, so that's another way that they take out. They're saying that if we take this Hadees, we take it with these understandings, that is neither my job nor your job.

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So what I'm going to be presenting to you is going to be a explanation of Shama and a telemovie, not everything, I'll just point one or two interesting facts, when we read the Hadith. From that, we'll talk about the sahabi and stuff Inshallah, when we begin, but the idea is going to be that we want to finish this book in, you know, one year's time, maybe a year and a half Max, right? The book has around 67 or 68 chapters, and it has around 400 Hadees. Initially, I'm going to go slow. So we can establish some basic understandings. But around I think the 10th chapter is an I will pick up pace, because you will start thinking like shaman

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and then most of the stuff will be done and then we can just pick on pace and then go, then we stopped somewhere around the mid when we reached the chapter of food, because that is a very detailed chapter it has to do with our daily uncles. Everything that you know, he has to do with food, right, though you left Hamdulillah I shall I can read your heart. hamdulillah so that is where we're going to stop because it is more relevant to us, all of us. Insha Allah and inshallah May Allah give us still fifth and it's dipalma. I have two announcements, and then you guys can either stay or leave if you wish. Number one, you know, I had a plan to travel. I'm not going anywhere. I'm

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just going to Cleveland, Georgia, on a retreat, so I'm going to be going tomorrow, I'm not doing the Juma football by the 31st. During the German football, I am in mustard medium, and from mash is medium. I will probably drive to Cleveland. I will be there for two days, or three depending on if I choose to extend and I will be back on Tuesday. So I'm going to be gone for that number one. Number two. This has to do with the announcement of the hottie era that has already gone but brother Shaquille asked me to make the announcement and I think Nina is here. He was here. So he posted that on the group I think which is that there is Mufti Azim who's going to be given during the hotter on

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Saturday, there is breakfast. So Mufti Azim is coming from Chicago, he runs a very big mother assign a seminary over there. And you know, he's done a lot for the Muslims in North America. So it will be worthwhile for you guys to come and just you know, on that Saturday, you know, meet a different scholar. And And again, as I said, My rule is very simple way if we have a scholar coming and they've been serving the community, we should try to bring them in our masjid, whether we agree with everything he says or not, we should at least listen. Right? Sometimes they may say things we may not agree with. All right, we show them the respect and other because they have their own opinions.

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That does not change where the masjid stands, right? The Masjid has the four schools of thought and we follow the majority opinion whenever we can, inshallah. And lastly,

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you know, this is people who had a lot of concerns. And again, just just Allah Farah, they've been messaging me, and also some parking lot talk, we need to end these type of things. If there's a concern about me, not leading Salah come and talk to me.

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Rather than spreading rumors, and all of that in the parking lot, that's not that's not the appropriate way. I'm here in Salas, you come and talk to me, right? The reason I can't lead and this is something that most this is a smaller group, so you should know this, I was not supposed to come. So I had clearly told Brother Shekinah wrote that if I'm going to come in end of June, because I had the procedure done literally 10 days before I drive drove here. And I was not even supposed to drive

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then in Ramadan, you know, with the pressure of everything that was happening, I decided that I'm going to still lead Salas whenever I can, which was a bad decision,

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which put me behind in my recovery really behind. So when I went to my physiotherapist, he's like, What have you done? And I was like, well, Ramadan, you know, you're special, this is this is very, you know, it only comes once a year. Right? And again, we all got into that mode. And I would take Advil and I would come and do that. So now my recovery as per my visit yesterday, is two months, absolutely I cannot bend I cannot play any sports, I cannot go for hikes until the physiotherapist feels that you know there is enough strength in the knee. Otherwise the the possibility of me damaging further is a lot more than any benefit. So inshallah I will be here for the times that you

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know, there is a lot, we have a schedule that we're putting together of the people who are going to lead so you will always have at least somebody leading the salah. Right. At the end of the day if nobody is there, you know, and Hamdulillah we have this comfort. You have brother Ali Rizvi, who's always here, right? So again, he's also there on the list. He is, you know, volunteered for that.

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So again, be patient with me for those two months in sha Allah as we things get better than Allah subhanaw taala gives us Sophia in the fact that I'm not leading salah I decided to do an extra Tuesday Hadera

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so I'm now I'm brewing what other book Can we pick up? Right? Because if I'm here as well and I'm gonna so I may as well do something on Tuesday so I don't know yet. When I'm in the jungle in Cleveland, I'll let you know if I think of something. Right? If I see some snake or something, I'll come up with some idea or something like that. And then I'll call you Inshallah, Baraka Loafie. May Allah subhanaw taala bless you all, for everything. And again, one thing please spread the word. That's the key. Right? Your Dawa is that you want to be able to bring people who are struggling in their faith, and these are opportunities that are rarely found inshallah Baraka Luffy from Santa

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Monica. Monica has a Live account

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Oh, yeah, so I met Ben today. I met Ben today from North Church. I met Ben from the Fulton Forsyth County Prison. I met him. I'll give you guys an update about him. It's very interesting meeting. No, no, they're not there.

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