Ahmad Saleem – Shama’il al-Muhammadiyya 003 Introduction

Ahmad Saleem
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the history and origins of various topics related to Shamb relations, the use of Shma L, the shaming of people, and the shaming of narratives in various settings. The speakers discuss the importance of knowing the history and significance of media in shaping people's experiences. They also touch on the use of poison and the shaming of people, as well as the shaming of narratives in media environments.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah hillberg Ravi Shara Elisa USMLE Emery whoa Hello Dr. Tamil assignee of the holy Robina. Zina alemannia Karim.

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So last, our last gathering of Shemitah telemovie. Just to quickly recap for those of you that were here and

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this is long here and microphones are not going well today.

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so for those of you that were here last,

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last week, just a quick recap. So, we talked about Janella Tirmidhi. We talked about the science and

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we talked about the science of Shambhala telemovie. And we said various introductions, we gave different introductions about the Shema L. And we said that, but the lemma in the past whenever they would embark upon a journey, and they would want to teach a new science, they would have certain introductions that they would pass around in reference to that science. So we said for example, is Mo the name of the science was Shama L. One is to who, where does the science come from? It is from Aluma shatter AI, it comes from all the sciences of Quran, Hadith and Sunnah while they're all who who is the one who initiated this? Somebody came back after and he said, they corrected me they

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said, no, no, you made a mistake there while they're all who wish to have the deen as Zuri said, Yeah,

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It's Allah subhanho wa Taala who initiated the descriptions then the first book that was ever written was by Ibn Shahab Zuri at the command of Obinna Abdulaziz. He was the first one who commanded to have within a Zuhdi to go and write a book on Shamaya of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. There was an interesting question that came to me and I thought it was necessary to address it.

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How many types of books have been written about Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam.

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There is an entire book

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written on just describing the types of books that have been written on prophets are seldom. Right, there's a book called Alan Moore, Jim magia, and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. It is the book

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did the dictionary of those books that have been written about Prophet sallallahu

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Okay, in that book, it has close to 1600 books that have been written on Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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What's the topic Rasulullah sallallahu Newson

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topics such as his vest, the type of West's he wore his sandals.

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There's an entire book written on the sandals of Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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shouto, who his hair Adji biani the amount of the fall seal that you have, you have 1600 titles. And in that book, I have a PDF of that book. That book you can look up those who are whose Arabs I can share that with you. It's amazing. You want to know about the travels of prophets as Oh, the lobby he all the animals he owned this book, there's an entire book written on that. So the books will never be able to ever reach the maqam of Rasulullah sallallahu. One thing we must understand that whatever we study in the science of Shama and

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Allah subhanaw taala, he says, What in Naka, Allah, Allah Who looking having,

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which means what? That there is something called Hoolock. There's something called characters, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He's above all of those characters.

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As as some of those Mufasa Ron they have said, who was in a tool Hollow, he is the one who adorns every single lofty character. He is above all of these. So whatever we study about his Shama and about his descriptions, those are that Cardi B I II, it gets you as close as possible to understanding profits on alone, isn't them, no matter what you describe him as he is not like that? He's above that.

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He's way above that.

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The next part about this, and this is in reference to a hadith. So somebody's like, how is it possible for somebody to memorize 1 million Hadees? And how is it possible for him? I'm dealing with the human body, all of these things that we read, aren't those fabricated information? Okay, it's a good question, because it addresses the doubts that a lot of times our youth have today, and it also addresses the doubts of the orientalists it's not possible for somebody to have million so impossible for somebody to like, Mm hmm. I've been humbled, he says and I felt goofy that karate alfalfa these I have in my memory.

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He says 1 million Heidi's.

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So, to answer that question, and I think this would address that. In total there is to two elements of Hadith. First, we must understand that any Hadees has something called rewire, which is the chain of narration. And Fulani been Fulani been Fulani, urban Fulani, even for non diplomatic and Rasool Allah is Allah wa Rana Sami. I heard I heard he said all of that. So that's called the rewire.

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Then you have something which is called the DARIAH, which is the method of the text. Now all of the Mattoon are either DARIAH the text of all of the Hadees if you were to collect them, even Azureus Kalani who did the Shah of Iran Buhari and also hailed Buhari and if 700 600 Hijiri he said

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they will not exceed 60,000

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So dear ayat, ie the text. If you've ever picked up the mambo hottie, he repeats sem Hadees. But then why is he repeating the same Hadith in the same chapter? He's repeating that because he heard this Hadith from Ahmed and he heard this are these from five and he heard this Hadith from Zaheer and he heard this for the infirm Nadeem. So he heard all of these Hadees from different different people, and he just wants to make sure that all those chains are preserved.

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So he repeats all of that. So from the 7653

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Hadees that are found in body, there's only 2220. So 20 223 or 26

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are the actual text, the rest are repetition. But those repetitions are to preserve the chains of narration. So nobody comes today and says, Oh, we only have one narration about the Saudis. No, no, we have one narration but this one had this we have 17 Different narrations. Now, when Hadees has so many chains, then that had these becomes what

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mortality, that Hadees becomes motor water, okay, that had these becomes motivated, which means that it is humanly impossible for this hadith to have been fabricated.

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Why because the chains of narrations that told us about that event are so many that it defies falsehood.

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So this is in reference to a hadith so from the 60,000 DARIAH. The 60,000 Hadith that are there that take care of the text. There are only 4000 of them even hydrolases Fulani saying that there are only 4000 of them that relate to Afghan do this don't do this haram Halal haram Halal

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how many left

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50 How many left

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20 56,000. The remaining 56,000 of them are all related to the Shema in of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his stories his events what happened for Allah al Hassan is Shama in the law in all of this.

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So to understand all of the contests, so all of those are these combined and this is where we're not talking about dive hotties, we're talking about Hadees that are Hudson and so Hey, Hans has a lady here and those levels okay. So that's, that's a little bit of introduction I thought was necessary because a few questions came in, I thought that was important for us to, to embark on that in sha Allah. Now we begin the Hadith we begin,

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Allah gives us Sophia, and we ask Allah subhana wa Tada that he gives us a class in this Kitab he accepts from us the reading of this book, and makes this book a source of putting every single Hadith that we study into our characters into our hook. So we adorn ourselves with the characters and the hook of Nabi SallAllahu sallam, which are also the whole of Al Khurana. So these books are going to go hand in hand you will hear from Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and then we're going to study the whole local Qurani on Tuesdays so they're gonna go hand in hand because Ghana hola como el Quran, his character was the Quran. So we will see that character displayed live and then we will

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also study about those characteristics in our

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Quranic character in Sharla.

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Mr. Bismillah,

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bad magia if you hold the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter of that which mentions about the physical descriptions of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So first Hadith about Rana, generally when a robbery or a natty narrator, they say about Rana and Diana, it means that they were in a gathering or somebody told them about this, or they asked a question and that thing was told that they know how it was Rasul Allah is life. Then somebody told them Barna this was right. So this was told to us had the Sunnah is we were part of a class and the teacher was teaching us so we heard the Hadith from from our teacher, this hadith has been narrated by a by another cinematic, as we

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said, we will touch upon this a hobby little bit so we understand some of the Sahaba too. And I said no Malik is it was the hardest of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And over here whenever you hear the word UNECE then in any of the Sharia books if * is mentioned without any reference, and it's honestly been nomadic, if it is an S and some other people then you will see you know, for example,

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an S because in the chains of narration there are five anisette mnemonics

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but when you say the word just ns, then it's understood that it was the * of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam otherwise, you know erwarten *. There are more than five in the chains of marriage and sometimes people get confused which * are we talking about? The one that is closest to Prophet salaallah Salam is the sahabi the one that is furthest away from the chain is a DA very or Tabata very Euro Dabiri okay.

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He, his his age, what is Did he accept Islam?

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And I said no Malik. Somebody said 10 Good. 10 and

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How long did you live on this earth?

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Long long Oh my salah was amazing how long long long, what long Zadi long.

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I like that very long Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he made dua for Anis Allahu Akbar whom Allah may Allah who Allah increase him in his mind while while Adam and increase him in his progeny, while Baddeck fee he and give baraka in his existence.

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Then he mentioned an assembler Malik falaqa defend defend to mean soil be Seiwa one at 130 comes at an ashtray Shireen Amir, the Quran I

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this I buried with my own hands, more than 125 of my own grandchildren.

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Imagine how much life Allah gave him and how much Baraka he gave him. Okay? And

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and only two daughters. So from 125, Two daughters and 123 male children from his children's children's children, the ones that died and he buried them himself. Okay.

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And then the other one, whichever land he had his farm, that farm will give fruits twice in a year, everybody else's farms would give one his farm would give to and he I shot axotomy Mia, he he he lived more than 100 years. He lived more than 100 years. And it mentioned that he was from one of the last hobbies to die, right? Allahu Allah if it's accurate or not. It has been mentioned that then the Hadith goes on and as pneumatics Radi Allahu Allahu semi semi Ahuja cool. Ghana rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wasallam les subito eel that Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not tall lace habito you

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now you notice that all the descriptions of Rasulullah Salam is negation, not affirmations, laser veto, and he was not really tall by now, because he was not very short. While Bill appeared he was not extremely wide while Bill unhealth he was not extremely, extremely white. While I will add me or neither was he extremely dark

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will now be John delicata. So why is all of these negations

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like literally if you read all Hadees he was not like this, he was not like this, you will not like this, you will not like this, you will not like this. Why?

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This is the first thing we need to understand.

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Why is this? Because people were not capable of describing him. So they could only describe him with that, which he was not. So they would look at him. He's like, man, is he tall? No, he's not very tall. Is he short? Now he's already tall short to the second part is nobody had the aroma. They said that people did not have the audacity to look at Rasul Allah's face and observe him like he had so much all and rural Ben haber that you couldn't look at him for that long. So when you would have a glimpse on him, you would just pick up like he's not really tall. He's not really short and you would look down, you didn't have the courage to look into that person's eye. You know, I remember

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like growing up whenever you know, a booty Dante, right? Nietzsche they call you know anybody remembers that needed the article? Today's kids they're like you don't understand this. What do you why? I want to look at you I want to talk to you let's let's have eye contact. Right? This is a completely different generation. That originally you it was considered out of this. It's like a design of disrespect that you looked into the eyes of your dad.

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You walked ahead of him You sat before him.

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Over here you the dad orders food before the dad brings the ketchup the burger is gone. I'm serious. This what is this is asthma adobea. We're going through a crisis of etiquettes.

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Because we don't learn these, the Sahabas did not have as a matter of fact, all the Sahaba who narrated about Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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They were all younger Hobbes who could break the lines of Adam and as was 1011.

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Okay, so when he migrated he was I think they say that, you know, he accepted Islam and then when he migrated, he was 11 years old.

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So by the time it was sold, allah sallallahu Sallam passed away, he was a teenager, still a teenager.

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So unnecessarily earlier, the Allahu Anh, so all the people who actually described him, they were all younger. So Hobbes who did not have that role of B they felt because the Rasul Allah was so loving to these kids, that they could come up to him and they were able to really look at him and describe

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except this woman

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when Rasul Allah was traveling, she

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didn't know who this was.

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Had she had known this was profits I said, um, she would have never been able to look at him. She was just a shepherd's wife. Like, can we get some sheep? Yeah, can we have the milk no problem. And she looked at him and then when her husband her husband comes back, who was he? Somebody called Muhammad who uses and then who describe to him and then she described Prophet sallallahu Sallam in that detail. Okay, so, the descriptions first one Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam first description is lay Sabetha we'll he was not extremely tall. Okay. Lisa Beethovenian was extremely tall. And another it says a total Alba in extreme tallness while we proceed in whenever you can see

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her in neither was he really really short in his height

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Wallaby a beard um, have you know that white that is so white that it's not very pleasant looking. Okay, a beautiful um help Shadi they'll buy yards behind to your corner Holly and Monroe Marathi one Nora. So Unhak basically means that this is so bright, that it has no redness left in it is just pale white. And there is no Nora on that face. Because of that paleness it's literally pale white.

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While I be Adam, neither the skin of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a smell or eat was not the wheatish complexion. So it was not towards wheatish and brown complexion it was in between the paleness and brownness something in between. Okay

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Wallaby Jah they thought this is description of his hair. So this hadith is going to set the stage for us. And then eventually when we go into individual descriptions of each of these the face the color and stuff each chapter, then we'll go into the detail of that. So this hadith is just setting you the stage that what we're going to roughly talk about, while I'll be jagged.

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So Jad is you know, the curly hair like people that have afros or African brothers and stuff. When they grow their hair. They grow into an afros that is called jagged cutter.

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Okay, I eat it's it's harsh. It's tangley and it's like it's so tangled up that you can hang something in there. And if you see some of the, you know, the African American culture, they put those I don't know what they call them those combs what are the column? Anybody knows? What are the column? Picks? Picks? Okay, Zach alaafin picks, picks, we don't have those because if we put a pig in our head and falls out, it goes right out and doesn't wait.

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While we subbed and neither was his hair, like the Japanese or the you know, the Chinese hairs is completely soft. Like it's just simply straight, like straight like like a pencil. Okay, but as a hula hoop Allah Allah or Berrien Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent.

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He was sent at the age of 40 as a newbie, but a farmer Bhima Qatari Shireen sana or Bill Medina. Tishreen. Santa he stayed in Makkah, Ashura. Santa sorry, he stayed in Makkah for 10 years and he stayed in Medina for 10 years now you guys are gonna correct he's like always 13 and stuff. Wait, it's coming, inshallah. And somebody who asked that question than that. Is he here the brother?

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No, it's okay. I mean, it was a good question to ask if he's here.

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So, I will explain this.

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So Buhari,

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in Buhari, the Hadith says

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that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he stayed for 13 years and another it stays. It states 10 years and 10 years. Now, the Arabs in general, they were masters of approximation because they did not have written documents.

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Even when some of my friends their grandfather's grandparents were coming. They did not have birth certificates. So like, you know, what's the age? I think? 76 Okay, when June? Well, let's put your January. So a lot of the documents you're going to see it says 112311 1960 111 1951 Because even up until recent time, people didn't have records. So this is called a duck leave the Arabs. They were known for rounding the figure. So if it was 13, like Asher, who will occur up in Alaska, so it's like Astra Santa. He stayed there 10 years understood that it's in between 1012 13 It was a figurative speech and rather rather than being a definitive number, and that's why it says we'll be

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in Medina to Ashura Santa. Okay.

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Well, if you require there's also other requirements about that. There's 12 years is 13 years and stuff. I'll know him he stayed there for 13 years. That's the most famous city

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via Okay

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Well Bill Medina Asha asana and he stayed in Mecca Medina in Medina for 10 years. What our Father who law Allah subhanho wa Taala he took his life he took him away sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and his his warfare to begin with a disease with sickness, and that sickness initiated by the meat that he he ate at the hands of the Jews.

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One year before

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that shot that that shoulder that he ate, the meat of the shoulder was poisoned. When Prophet sallallahu Sallam took an hour and a half, I mean Hannah certain, he took a bite from it. The sheep spoke to Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and said, Don't eat me. I'm poisoned.

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So then Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam invited that woman that cook the food.

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So he says, Did you put poison in it? She said, Yes, I did. He said, Why did you put it he said, If you are a newbie, Allah will send you a warning and inform you. And if you are not a unabIe, harmless nominee, and you will die and hamdulillah one masiva is over for us.

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I will look at their audacity right there straight up. And then she's like, Who told you?

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She wants to know why did you get away or something? Then he says this sheep right here told me

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right? That is why a mortgage is odd. When it comes to the mortgages out of NaVi salatu salam, that 56,000 Hadith you have an entire you have documented with sahih Hadith more than 1400 modules as of Rasulullah sera Salah and if you add Dr. Hadees to that it's close to 3000

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these mortgages that as Imam zooty he mentioned that every more jeiza of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was greater than any other Nabhi.

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So for example,

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he Seiling salaam he used to do he used to resurrect people from the dead.

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What is greater to resurrect something that was that had life that died and bring back life or to bring life into something that never had life.

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Which is greater.

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Something had life. The life went away and you bring back life which was the silent cinema, where Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that tree trunk was dead.

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It never had life of us. It was never an inanimate object. It was never able to speak and cry and show and express his feelings. It was never a sentient being. But when Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left it and built a member. That tree started crying.

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When Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he placed Al Hasan he placed the pebbles in his hand. The pebbles started saying that us be

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pebbles don't have. So these are inanimate objects where Allah gave. So every Marchesa of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, every Nabhi that has a Marchesa rasool Allah has marches that were much greater.

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Musa Ali salaam parting of the sea Prophet sallallahu Sallam splitting the moon,

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right, and then the list goes on. Okay.

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What our Father who and prophets Allah said them died because of that meat that he ate one year later.

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He died.

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And he was sick for more than 13 days.

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Though he just had a small bite, but that was enough that you know, it took one year, one year of poison, right, and then Jews, if you read history, it's a known fact, Jews were known as masters of poison that they could put in your food that would take sometimes six, seven months. And nobody would be able to tell who killed that person.

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So many of the rulers and whoever of the past were killed at the hands of the Jews.

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By poor and it was it's a known fact if you read history of the

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of 300 history 400 History 500 history, even if you read history, not from history, if you read history, from the era of 700 800 900 ad, like that era, the Common Era, you will find a lot of information about the the Jews and then later that became the Crusaders that became experts of prevent bringing certain types of poison that could they could spread and they would formulate they had people that would formulate these poisons

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that would never ever exist so they would spread it and nobody would ever know within the community that it was spread by them

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while there were far who and Allah subhanaw taala took his life Allah

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to city in a center. He died at the age of 16. A Santa I eat in the beginning of 60 years, which means 63. Right? He crossed 60 And it was the early 60s While a Sufi ROTC ROTC he went here to hear a show on a charlatan by law. And in his entire here, all of his hair and beard there were less than 20 here that were white.

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At 863

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It's a it's a real story. I met somebody, he came to me and said Shanghai saw Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in the dream. I said Mashallah. Mashallah, can you describe him to me? He said, Well, Allah He He was sitting on this pedestal, he was wearing these white right clothes Subhanallah the face Noorani and completely white here.

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I said, you definitely didn't see a prophet says and because Ravi says that when he died, he only had 20 here White. Right? He's like, he must have gotten older. It's been a while.

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So you know, the benefit of this science is two forms. One insha Allah Allah gives us a trophy to see prophets of Salaam in our dreams in his life.

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But if we see him in this life, that's amazing. But if we don't, then when do we see him the first time?

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no, in the grave. Prophets, Allah Salam says that two angels come with us. Now Danny, that person is going to meet be made to sit set up.

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And then he's gonna say my dean oak.

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What's your religion? When Rob book? Who's your Rob? Mother, the CO Luffy has? What do you say about this man, and you would see Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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And that's why they're hola they said that this is Shiva wajib. It's almost Wajid because the three questions that are going to determine your success for eternity. One of them is you must you are going to be shown a description of Prophet sallallahu sallam, if you're not able to tell if you don't know that description now, how are you going to identify who that is?

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And that is why the science, they say that if a person is alone, or they are a minority in a country, and this is like in the in the shadow of this book, it says if a person is alone, or they are a minority than this Elmas Weijun

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right, I'm not saying it's YG but I'm just saying the narrator and this this the book writer of the book, he says that this elements wajib

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but if you're living in the masses of Muslims, then it becomes further TIFIA II that some people in the community must know how Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam is description was okay. The second thing about the description and the hadith is that every description that we share has been reached to us with the water there are so many chains of narration, that it is almost impossible for us to negate any of these descriptions.

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They have come to us with almost the water level. Okay. Finishing the Hadith, while acfe ROTC or literary theory should ownership written by Allah and he did not have a while a Sufi ROTC he wanted to he and he did not have in his head or in his beard, he should have been a charlatan by law 20 here that we're white.

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We'll stop over here in sha Allah. This is first Hadith. Now as we go on, I will go into much more details on every single description as he touches upon insha Allah even Allah. The other part that I mentioned, some people had asked me, they wanted to see the shahada or they wanted to see the ijazah that I have. So my ijazah

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that I have is from Imam telemovie or the Rahim a whole lot. From there it goes to collate event, Shashi Alhadeff. Could I even shot Shashi from there it goes to Ahmed Al Azhar, a very famous Rosary, the famous scholar Al Azhar a, I will call him even Ahmed. From there it goes to Mohammed Al Baghdadi, very famous Al Baghdadi, the famous scholar of Baghdad personal Father, and from there it goes to this and this is an interesting one. The chain that I have goes through Zainab bint Kamal and she was a very famous Medusa. I have over I think, in this chain, I have like six chains from Shamaya like six different chains of Shama and to Imam Tirmidhi. And in all of the chains that I

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have, it's really fascinating to see that women women were four in front, you have Aisha, you have Zainab, you have so many of the female scholars, some of them are at the level that they used to have their open Hadith circles,

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where where these famous scholars have taken Hadith from them.

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And when she says when the

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Then the chain says had data Anna, write that I was told by Zeynab. This means it was a gathering that she was having of a class. And she was teaching a class. And these were the people who took those chains of narrations are one of my teachers, Dr. Economic netherwing. From UK, if you guys don't know him, he's a professor at Oxford. And he's also a graduate of another one. He's probably one of the most profound scholars. In the Hanafi jurists. He has written a book

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about more Hadith that female scholars

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and it's available in English. It's been translated in English, he wrote it in Arabic, and then he later that was his PhD thesis. And then he later translated in English and stuff like that. So it's worthwhile Dr. Akram another way if you type it on Amazon, you will get some of his books. And that book is fascinating because we have an image and then understanding that women were not in the forefront of education at all. And that's not right. That's that's not true. With all the ideas and characteristics of a masjid intact. They would teach open gatherings where you would have Majumdar of sisters and brothers that would be sitting and they would be studying and it was not considered

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right it has just become culturally abenaah recent times. But anyhow insha Allah Allah subhanaw taala gives you know tofield to whoever he wishes again I have that ijazah over here I'm not going to read the entire chain will be sitting here Tillandsia but if you guys want we can do that too. Was a phone call one set I think

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he sits here inshallah Baraka will fix inshallah I will see you all tomorrow, if you Yes.

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Okay to brother Abu Bakr also speaks and he has a hand he can raise.

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So there are four narrations about that.

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Okay, there's four nations about that. Ordinary sins about that and all of them are authentic. So the one narration says when Nabil in other narration says metadata Kulu we have

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and so there are different narrations about that.

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We are coming Sharla

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if you have any questions, I don't mind today. I'm in a good mood

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I have six. How many teachers 28 teachers? Yes.

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They wanted me

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and then I have 28 And I have another one. I think over here I have one that goes to 31.

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Many of the chains of Quran for example. Today the Israel's out of the Quran for example, che Accardi Salman his he has the he has one of the shortest chains in the world.

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To Rasul Allah salon for ages of the Quran, I think he had like 27 teachers. So his recent teacher that he studied from who passed away was 111 years old that he got the Jazza from

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so now his chain is considered like you know Silsila the habia the golden chain right

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mashallah, my You're the advocate for all your Are you the advocate for all the questioners is

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it's not the incident it's the it's the surah

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show you Bethany who don't want a how to her the surah toad and all the sisters all the three schools that come after Surah Hood. Those sewers have made me old ie they've made my my beard go white. But that shave doesn't it doesn't mean that it all became white

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Yeah, I mean 21

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It wasn't white.

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It wasn't white somebody like for example, if you have even one or two you say for law shape. Like colors you started your the word shade means you got white here. Whether it is one or two, or you know

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Yes, Brother Khalid will Arabi Allah Kalia will Arabi

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SallAllahu Ali's

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we'll get to that.

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We will get to that

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elsewhere Jake. We're coming to that don't don't worry we'll when we go to the Babu Shaadi rasool Allah is Allah Allah when you go to the chapter of the hero of prophecies that I'm we will discuss that in detail. Inshallah. All right, Baraka lofi come May Allah bless you all. I'll see you all inshallah. Tomorrow. We have our

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