Assim Al-Hakeem – Daurah Fiqh – Ep.04

Assim Al-Hakeem
AI: Summary © The conversation delves into the history of the definition of professionalism and the importance of finding the right person to wear. It touches on the use of the "monster" in the context of the "monster" book and the significance of the "monster" in the context of the "monster" book. The speakers also discuss the history of Islam and the importance of following a single method of learning. The discussion delves into the concept of a head, including the concept of a head and how it is related to the concept of a method.
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Tula Mr. Heyman hamdulillah aloha Salaam baalak. I mean Nabina Muhammad in early he was so happy

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he was standing ovation that he is the dean Ummah back,

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we begin inshallah with the remaining fourth School, which is the School of

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Eman Hamad bin Mohammed. In humble ashay, Bernie, may Allah has Have mercy on him and on all of the four imams of the great schools of thought.

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Now, Imam Ahmed

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like all the other imams

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pious, righteous had a lot of knowledge and a lot

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came down.

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And he had a lot of piety in him. But before we go into talking about this great Imam,

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his name was Ahmed Mohammed, they've been humble, a shibani. Some of them

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considered or disputed whether he was an Arab or an an Arab, but definitely without any doubt, to anyone who knows in lineages, that he was a pure bred Arab. He may Allah have mercy on him was from the tribe of Shaban, and that was in Iraq. He was born there. And as many great of our scholars, he

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was brought up by his mother, his father died when he was young.

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And unfortunately,

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he was brought up as an orphan. He wasn't at all rich. But he wasn't at the same time, stone broke, he had just enough. And this is one of the signs of nobility. When a child grows up, undistracted, by the wealth, by the power by everything else, he grows up to be more focused. And this is why our children are not focused. They spend so much time on video games, on football, on things that distract them. And when you ask them to memorize a song, they will pick it up, and the first time they hear it, but if you give them a chapter of the Quran, and asked them to memorize it, they would find it one of the most difficult tasks to do.

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When was a man born, I told you this before 164 Hijri. And he died in the year 241. The noticeable thing. So Pamela, maybe this has no significance. But it may

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draw someone's attention to the fact that he was born in the month of reveal our

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like, who,

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like the perfect prophet alayhi salatu salam, and died on the 12th of Robbie, Allah would like the Prophet it sorts. So this is a coincidence, it has no significance. Not nothing at all. But it is good to know about it.

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by a man, even humble was known to be among those who are pious and righteous.

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And above the law of environment, his son says that my father used to pray every single day 300 Raka. And this is what this is voluntary prayers. And they said if this was well known about them, no one dares to say, Hey, this is a better. What do you mean by bigger? He said the Prophet our son did not pray as much Yes, but the Prophet did not deny us from praying as much solo audio and send them if you look at the way that the companions used to pray, you will be shocked because they the companions used to pray as much

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as the love normally used to pray so long prayers and this is not an innovation

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Why? Because there is something that is restricted to a badger. You may not add or delete, or delete. But there is an open door for a badger for you to pick as much as you wish. So if I, for example, was like to spend my time from now to Lahore, saying Subhana, Allah will be handy. Is there a problem with that? No promises? No, no, it's not be that there is something that is restricted. The Prophet has never done la salatu salam. So I cannot say after prayers all over la 12 times

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specifying the surah specifying the number without any one says the sky is the limit is it Yes, but when you put a number and you designate the position, then you are in an in a bitter, but if from now until mother it I would like to say Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed.

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I don't count million time. No Any problem? No problem, the sky's the limit. Therefore, you do not come and say that the Imam Ahmed used to pray 300 and this is wrong. This is too much. No it's not.

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His son Abdullah says when he was sick, he was tired he used to pay 150

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Now compare apples to apples. How many times do do we miss? Not per month? But per week, the sooner the sooner whoever preserves to abstain the what will happen to him.

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Allah will build him a house in genda How many times do you miss it per week

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is a problem if this is his habit when doing it

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in such a fashion and it's not part of the recommended center rather it is part of

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Malaysia I'm talking and not concentrating. So if you don't understand what I'm saying that's good, because I don't understand what I'm saying. I'm trying to get

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connected. But I really Sharla eventually reached their

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hot spot on

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even the hotspot is after

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you got a number.

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Okay now

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Okay, where are we?

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Okay, what else? I might said.

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Whatever Hadees I wrote, I have acted of Look, this is also one part of his pious piety, being pious.

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Allah azzawajal says it's sort of the soft limit of Allah meloetta falou Why do you preach what you do not act upon? Mmm as part of his vast knowledge is that he used to walk the talk. He said every single Hadith I wrote, I acted upon.

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This is difficult when you come come to talk about it in our level. What about someone who memorizes? approximately a million Hajji. 1000 1000 Have you played him a madman? He said every single thing I acted upon except one Hadith, which the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam said, or was narrated, that the Prophet performed copying, you know, hijama and he gave about baiba the one the man the companion who performed hijama one Deena so I decided to act upon it. I performed hijama and I gave them man, one dinar, one dinar, is equivalent to what you can buy around

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a sheep. In the Hadith, of the Prophet gave one of the companions, one dinar, I told him to go and buy a cheap sheep. So he bought a sheep. On his way back, a man told him Allah, this is a big, fat sheep. You want to sell it said yes, how much to dinner.

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So he sold it for two dinner, went back to the market, bought a sheep for one dinar, and came to the Prophet as some with one dinar, one sheep. So the Prophet gave him the denardo dinar is back and the ship is a bonus. So the Prophet Allah so some, ask Allah for Baraka, in his transactions, the companion says, we saw this man will lie if he sold sand he would have made profit in it. Because of the Baraka of the of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa early he was sent them

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It's not opening again.

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he said

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he told us I met is any ma'am in eight qualities mm in the Hadith amendment jurisprudence that is in our main language mmm or an Imam in poverty, mm absorbed commandment piety Imam in soon, meaning that Alabama Shafi is praising a man met not to have been

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among those who teach,

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learn, preach in order to gain money. If you look at his biography, you will find out that he was among the least interested in dunia, he would not get involved in disputes or he would not get involved in acquiring a position. Imam Shafi himself told him that there is an opening position for a judge. You know, the judge has authority, the list is that people come and bring you food, bring you gifts, bring you things as form of bribe. Mr. Muhammad said to him, I'm shattering. If you ever repeat such a request to me, you will never see my face

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asking me to be appointed in a government position. This is a hideous request coming from you. I tolerate it once, next time. I will not meet you I will not talk to you. Now.

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Abdullah, he says.

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And he's one of the great imams of Hadith told me your father memorizes and million Hadith 1000 1000 Hadith. It was said to him, How do you know? He said I reviewed with him once. And I took them from the different sections meaning that he acquired knowledge at the hands of a man. And he learned from him there are different chapters of

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And he learned from him the different chapters that the Hadees are compiled upon, and he counted it and it was almost 1000 1000 Howdy. Now, a question would rise. How is it possible that there are a million Hades while we hardly have 10 or 15,000 Hadees authentic and fabricated the old scholars of Hadith when they memorize in El amor orbignya. This is one meten. they memorize this with 50 to 100 different Hadees narration chain of narrators. And this is why when as a Ma'am,

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ma'am l mojari. came from mojarra.

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And to Baghdad into Iraq, where he came, they wanted to make a test to him. They said, Well, we heard so much about this scholar of

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kohara. And we would like to give a test for him. What did they do?

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They selected 10 men.

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And with each man, they gave him 10 Howdy. So the total of what 100 kV each had it has a chain of narrators. And

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I imagine the text itself, but they mixed it up. So they changed this one here and it's like an aerobic

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So they change it. And when a man came, he sat Of course he was young, but he was an Imam. He wasn't any hyper and talking and doing things that is not supposed to do. So each one of them said a Ma'am, I have a question about the Howdy. Howdy number one.

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He gave the chain of narrator with a different senate with a different method. So they might say, I don't know this. The second had a third had a tentative and every headache he said I don't know it. So the mindset and other ones stood up and the same process

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And the man just simply says, I don't know. So the people were disputing the scholars said, some of them said, well, like the guy's smart. He figured it out. But it doesn't show on his face. This is what we call poker face.

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It doesn't show he's not smiling. He doesn't. Yeah, I know. I know.

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The other say, No, no, this guy has nothing. He doesn't have knowledge. After the 10 finished,

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he said it through. He said, Yes, he said, As for number one, his first Hadith is so on. So on, so he repeated the wrong narration.

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to memorize the good narration is normal, but to memorize it once, though, wrong, and he corrected him by fixing this one with that one with this one until he solved it. After that incident, everybody said, Tell us he's a man. We know we do not dispute we do not test him. So a man didn't have to memorize 1000 1000 Hadith. And he was older than a man behind a man Buhari came to him I met. Just to show you the caliber of Mr. Mohamed Eman Buhari came to him and showed him the site and told them this is what I have compiled and he gave him some advice and some corrections according to his knowledge, may Allah have mercy upon them all okay.

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What else?

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The Reserve, who is at the reserve Do you know?

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See, our problem is that we are limited to different or certain types of books, muslin Neff, of the rods up

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is one of the trusted books of Hadith. What value does it have over the other books of Hadith lecture million aside that it has the narrations of the companions a lot, what we know as Al Azhar and you cannot acquire simply but by reading Quran and Sunnah. That's it? No, you have to understand the Quran and Sunnah.

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How, through the understanding of the seller. So where I where do I get the companions narrations, the tambourine narrations tabulate every narrations from Muslim

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reserve Sheba, Mr. Kay Ma'am, so that I can hack him etc. These books contain a lot of these narrations. So after Rosa was one of the great imams in Le MN, and he says that I have never seen anyone or any person more learned in jurisprudence, nor pious nor more pious than I met him in Hamburg, of course have the result is one of the share

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because anyone you will learn how to eat from his your direct chair. So he was one of the few of mmm and

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the advantage of him I met upon the three previous imams is that he did not leave a place without traveling to when he started acquiring Hades. He was 16 years of age. He stayed with his Imam in Baghdad for four years until he took everything that Imam had when he was allowed to travel.

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Now bear in mind that he started traveling when he was 20. He went, he was in Kufa, he went to El Basra. He went to a sham. He went to Egypt. He went to LA jazz, McCann, Medina, and he went to Yemen. And the result was in Yemen. He met him in Makkah, during the high season. And with him was, yeah, he had Nima as one of the great imams of Hadith. They were always together. One of the funny stories was that Imam Khomeini and Imam Ahmed were traveling, and they passed by a gathering circle of knowledge at their time. There were a lot of storytellers, who would just sit there not knowing what's up. No Twitter, no Facebook. So this was their social media. They sit and the guy says, and

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so on. So happened and the Hellfire came and the angels did this and all of these are what fabrications but people enjoy listening to tales. So Mmm hmm. Yeah, here came and so this storyteller, saying that and I imagine you're humble and your head marine told me that the Prophet said some stones also. And they told me that the agenda is this

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In a song show, and they told me, I didn't have a head mate, and each one is looking. Did you tell him? No, I've never met him. So after the class was over, and everywhere, but you went out

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to Hamburg, Germany went to the man cinema.

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And this man is ama, and you're reporting things that you've heard from us. So where did you get it from? And look at the audacity of such people. He laughed in sarcasm from them and said, do you think you are the only a family member in the world? There are so many of you, and he left. So yeah, even my aim was with great Obama. They were all great compilers of Hadith. in hajj, they were fortunate to meet the result. So you're having the mindset. This is hammered and hammered. So as a result started to say, may Allah bless you, I have heard so many good things of you. I pray to Allah that He makes you steadfast and in case you acknowledge

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Amen. So yeah, he has said Okay, can we come tomorrow here in Mecca and hear the heartbeat from you? said yes, Sharma after he left. He was angry. This is why did you say that? So why not? This is what we were traveling to Yemen one month travel one month journey The guy is here in Makkah said no by Allah will not accept this. I went from Baghdad with my intention to travel and to spend money and to put effort into learning the Hadith of the Prophet of Salah. I would not compromise this measure. It's easy. It's coming to me. No, I will travel. And he refused to listen from him until he went and traveled all the way to Santa to Yemen to learn from him. This is how they put so much effort in

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learning. It's not like what we do nowadays we want something three hours is a lot Can you make it in five minutes? Okay. Yeah, no summarize. Summarize, I can't make it today. I have to go take my kids to have a football match. But I'll come at one o'clock Can you give it to me in a nutshell inshallah.

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This is not the way of acquiring knowledge, humbleness, dedication, patience, tolerance and travel. You have to put some effort in order because this knowledge if you give it all of yourself, it will give you a little of it.

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Knowledge if you give it all yourself all your money all your time, it will give you very little of it. So you have to dedicate more and more. So, who did Mr. McDermott start to learn from Abu Yusuf?

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He learned from abusive the students of

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Abu hanifa Imam, Abu hanifa che Burnie and Abu Yusuf FRB, both were prominent imams of their times and associates of Imam Abu hanifa. So he began to learn from him. So he took the film of Abu hanifa his great friend and contemporary Imam, Imam Shafi he learned from him, and from Imam Shafi who learned from a mathematic so he managed to gather all the grip of the previous three schools of thought and merge it with his own.

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When did he start to teach and become an Imam when he was 14 years of age? Because the 20 years was spent in collecting and traveling and learning. And when he was 40, his fame was all over the world. So people came from all over the world to learn from him. Mm hmm. No, Josie, he's different than ignore him. Even though Kareem is a student of even Tamia, but ignore Josie. He is one of the scholars of the fourth century. He's a humbling

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and he says that his classes were attended by 5000 people.

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500 of them only wrote the Hadith that he was narrating 4500 came only to learn from his moral conduct and his ethics and the way he speaks.

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Nowadays, one of the most or one of the greatest things that we lack is when we learn from the chef, his generosity. Yella lunch is on me today.

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We learn from him his generosity. They learn from him his tolerance. They learn from him, his politeness, the way he dresses the way he walks. We lack this nowadays, we do not find

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This nowadays we would like to have scholars that would teach us. I remember,

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I'm stalling for time I don't have material. So

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No, I'm joking. We have Shaolin. When I used to call shaman bas, I told you yesterday, he had two telephones only. With no multiple lines, only two telephones and he used to sit in his office in Riyadh, between Muslim and Asia, they are time. So I used to call him redial, redial, redial until it connects. His assistant

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raises the phone, while I can hear him talking to the other person. So he answers him, regardless of the answer. Now, by the time he gives the assistant, the telephone, and he picks up the second call, we'll law he,

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in these few seconds, I can hear him say.

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he utilizes that time between calls to make what?

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To make thicker. Now I've learned this from the shape. I remember that when I used to go from one place to the other, I used to whistle I used to sing the song, you know, songs that are so many centuries ago. Shaytan reminds you of them. You hear one word, all of a sudden, you continue to complete the whole thing. What is this?

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Whenever I wanted to do something I remember she

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just said no. So how am I hamdulillah but it's more rewarding. Let me do this. So this is what you learn from real odema that you learn from the way they speak. If you go to a chef, and he is impulsive, he is rude. He's abusive. If someone asks him a question, Who are you to ask me a question. Look at it. Are you stupid? And he makes fun of him?

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What will you learn? You will learn the same attitude. If you sit with a share. All what he does is Yeah, there is so and so. He is an innovator. He doesn't understand anything. He doesn't have knowledge he does corrupt al Qaeda. And he just keeps on laundering, Mohammed Abdullah Ali Ahmed, everyone he knows Okay, they're all bad. Who's a good scholar?

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I don't know about the good scholars, but you have to look and you will find the Mashallah maybe close to you.

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Do you learn from such a shame? These problematic people attended a mathematics class because they learned from him. And don't get me wrong. Even Imam Shafi Imam Malik Imam, Abu hanifa, they were all the same, but he was more prominent because he is closer to our times. Loads times they were focusing only on real

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time they were focusing on 360 degrees. Everything is okay. Yeah, he was a scholar. He was knowledgeable.

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He was pious, his lap was at the top, did he mix with government? Did he have a land gift or money coming from, you know, the the government sponsoring him? Because this is also and they tell us he would not accept one Dirham from the ruler. To the extent that his son's father.

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He heard that he accepted a gift from the halifa.

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He refused to enter his house till he died.

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He said No, I will not eat at your house you eat from Bali family, family. Money is haram is all taken from the people his taxations, etc. And he refused. So when you come to look at him, you will find that he was what a real Imam. Now, historians say that Allah azzawajal granted victory to Islam through two men. One go back when the Prophet died, that is salatu salam, and all the tribes across the size. And he's the only one who stood in their face and he fought them until restored Islam and Imam Ahmed when the fitna of them were attached either and the more attached deila are those who came and started to talk with philosophy about the attributes of Allah. So they refuse to say that

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the Quran is Cara mala is the attribute of Allah they know it is created it is must look.

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And this means that you are

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saying something about Allah as our gels beautiful attributes that contradicts with the belief

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Listen to Jamal, the vast majority of people conceded.

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And I talked about scholars because either this or the sort

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except Mohammed bin Nash, and I met him in Hamburg. Hamilton was executed, beaten until he died.

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He was imprisoned, was tortured, was flogged two plus years, three rulers of the ambassy

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up or dolla or

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mourn and worship and then mark Dawson automatism and worship. Three of them continue to have this harsh judgment on him until the worship. And after a few years, a lot of those are granted in Nigeria and he took him out he elevated edition and he made the whole thing wreck being rectified Alhamdulillah as well. Now

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Alabama Shafi we spoke about that okay, like a lot a big thing.

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And then you are in the wrong place.

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Sit here.

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So a mama Shafi used to address

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Look at the humbleness of Imam Shafi. Remember when he's younger, and was one of his students, yet he acknowledges that his knowledge in Sunnah is far greater than Imam Shafi. So he says,

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If ever you get a hadith that is authentic with you, please update me so that we can refer to it and this is the methodology of all Imams, that the Hadith is the corner point that they depend on. It's not something that had if nowadays, you talk to students of knowledge, and you tell them the Prophet says as a person,

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they they do this, which shows you that such a person you cannot learn from any person who does not have full respect to a single Hadith of the Prophet or Salaam.

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Any person who mocks or ridicules one single Hadith of the solar system? Well, I would even hesitate to make fun of a weak Heidi, I would hesitate. Why because he may be my knowledge is not that strong. Maybe after a week or two, I discovered it is an authentic Heidi, how would I feel always have this great respect for the Hadith of the Prophet Assam because this respect means that you respecting the Prophet himself as a source of not few words, but you respecting the Prophet through that

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when we come to the history of the hammer, the school of thought, again, we have three

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stages, the beginning, the expansion era, and the settlement era. One would say that why do we have these stages? Okay, first of all the four imams had the beginning has a start, where the Imam either wrote a book, like in the case of Mr. Malik, or the contemporary, wrote his fat was his verdicts was collected. But this was not a full fledged method yet. So those who came in the expansion error started to expand. So they come to the federal of the amendment, it says okay, the common denominator between all of his fatwas is that we should follow the following procedure in order to reach a verdict to Hanafi madhhab has different procedure than the shafran and the Maliki than the

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and then you have the settlement error, and then the settlement error. These are the late scholars who have everything in front of them. So they start to filter the books and they put the methodology of the madhhab that is followed until date, the date of the settlement error and what's what comes after it. Now we have books and these books depend. Some of them are concise in size, so they don't give you more than one opinion.

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And this is the madhhab so it tells you bahara water if it

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is changed in smell,

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taste or color, then it is possible.

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If it's changed with a pure substance, it is far higher meaning that you cannot perform Moodle with it, it's not possible. Now, this is they say that this is the man who for example, there are other books what would expand a little bit and he said no there are two opinions in the Madhava. Madame unhampered. One, it is by her and for one it is for her only.

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And they'd write this for you. Then you have the third and most widely accepted is the books that deal with the different

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schools of thought. And if, for example, in your madhhab in your chef mF have one of the biggest and well known encyclopedias is much more shallow has that this was written by the man. And now what we end it's almost this big. I have it in my I used to have it in my bookshelf. It's so big, so huge.

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And when you read it, you find

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crazy things. Mmm, no, we. Yeah. And he died when he was like 36 years of age or 40. Maybe No, I don't think I don't know. Yeah. And he was. And he wasn't married by the way like a man.

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He wasn't married, but he compiled so many books in a shuffling method. Among them is Minh has your family been manhandled by the FBI, now a man and never we was in the first settlement era, because there was a second a settlement error but among the first was Imam and now he he wrote manhandled by Libyan which was explained by the Shafi scholars in so many titles.

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And he himself explained it and wrote the totality of his own, but when you come to see, you find out that the late scholars of the madhhab are the one who settled it and he they channeled it so that you can learn and this is why we have these books, Mr. Muhammad never wrote a book of his own. Then you have the students who compiled his moustache in the problems that he used to face. So one comes shed. If a person has four wives, he divorced one of them.

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And she is in India, can he married? So this is a mess Allah? Can he married? No.

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Because he's still married to for this one who he divorced, is still his wife, he can reconcile if he dies, she will inherit. So he cannot marry because he would be marrying a fifth. And this is one Miss Ella one problem. So they compiled it. Among them was Allah Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah sent him and all of these different names where we have an inshallah, we don't need to go into details with them.

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By the way, I'm not answering

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What's up, I'm just seeing the schedule 1030 to 1040 1040 1041.

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we move on to

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the issue of

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following a mishap.

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No, we have a big problem among the students of knowledge, we have people that say, as you find in page 23,

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that it is mandatory for you to follow one single method.

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And on the opposite side, we find people saying that it is totally prohibited for you to follow a method

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and in between the vast majority of scholars say that it is permissible. So what is our stance?

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Where do we stand when it comes to schools of thought? First of all,

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condemning prejudice and keeping alliances accordingly is among the consensus of all scholars of Islam. Now, these are the things on page 22. These are the consensus of scholars

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What do we mean? All scholars of all different schools of thought agree that you must not keep allegiance to a person just because he's hammering. And you're Hanbury? No, this is something that is a board abort. This is something that is not acceptable because then it is not on the Quran and the Sunnah. I keep my allegiance because Allah He is a sharpie like me. So we are brothers we we have strong, and I keep enmity with him, because he's a Hanafi. And this was

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the only prevailing in the past centuries in Harlem Makkah, the mosquito Heron. They used to have four members,

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one for Shafi people to pray, one for hanafy, one for Maliki one for Hanbury. Not only that, Hannah fees, and Sharpies had long disputes, to the extent that it was prohibited to marry from one another.

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They would not marry

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as if it's a different religion, the consensus of scholars is that this is not acceptable. So we have to believe this now. Now, I'm not talking about issues of dispute. I'm talking about the consensus of scholars number two,

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accepting all four schools of thought and accepting it books. Meaning that nowadays when we hear calls from so called students of knowledge, saying that we have to burn all the books of the madhhab some of them come with to affect Halle Berry, over half of them in headjam, and then burn it. They come to the books of alimony Oh, mmm. Kodama, the burden, they say this causes drift and confusion among the Muslims. We don't want this. No, this is not true. We accept all four schools of thought. And here,

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you can illustrate your knowledge and tolerance, meaning I see and believe few things that are mandatory In my opinion, yet hararithe has different opinion. Either he accepts mine, or I leave him No. As long as he's following a book that is authentic and madhhab. That is accepted. Tell us if he is a hanafy. And he decides to put his hand under his belly in solid. And I believe that I have to put it on the chest, according to my math have according to the HUD, if so, would I feel a little bit drawn away?

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Even if I don't say it, but it doesn't follow this? No. This is his belief. This is his conviction. I had a debate with Amina Bella Phillips in Birmingham about the was it solid? No Salah? Yeah, but solid. He says that whoever abandoned Salah is not a Kaffir I believe he's a Catholic.

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So would I not eat with him or speak with him because he's different opinion. I had another debate with one mo sama. Regarding niqab. I believe that it is a must. So when I see a woman with not wearing the niqab? Would I accuse her? Or would I say she is not words? You know, she believes in it. She has a belief of her own. I respect that. I would not judge people because of what I believe, unless it's black and white.

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If some I believe that going to soothsayers and fortune tellers is sick, and one goes there and I say well, I respect your

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this shit. I don't respect it. But if it's a difference of opinion, Shafi says that if you touch a woman, even if your wife you make what do they lose a lot of water. This is his opinion. I, the rest of the schools of thought say no, the Prophet used to kiss his wife and goes to pray without Waldo. So I respect we, as part of our knowledge, respect other people's own convictions conviction, providing it falls under what the four schools of thought, but if someone comes and says My opinion is

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that I believe the visual motor, marriage of motor is helpful.

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I look into four schools of thought, No, no drama. No way. Did you bring this person jaffery book.

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This is dinner.

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But I respect you know, not respect this is an accepted shift, but this is his conviction said this is his conviction in the wrong way if his conviction is that stealing my money is halaal so, I said okay I understand he is my wallet

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there are things that are possible to tolerate and there are things that are unacceptable in Islam completely. So, number three the follower can adopt a different opinion if reached the level of jihad and this is a issue that would put us in a dilemma

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why now the issue of

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HD hat what is it

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what is young

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but what No,

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no, no, what does he she had me

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he had comes from the Arabic world word

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which is effort. So, in fact, you will find a lot the usage of he had and it means to exert your effort in reaching a verdict.

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So, I did my best until I have no more resources because I give up then this is usually had by who's qualified to make wish they had this is a big problem because he had requires tools you have to have different forms, abilities, sciences, in order to make wish they had would I expect accept someone who is a revert

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coming and saying to me, that the fear of this area is wrong.

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Oh, where did you find it? Is it I found it interfering with caffeine? This is wrong.

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Okay. How do you know I said I studied it. So Mashallah then let's see, you have wished you had to of course, you know, Arabic says no.

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you memorize the Quran? He said, No. Have you done any studies in the sciences of the Quran or in the sooner I should know but this doesn't sound logical. So ah sound logical, this is not HD heart rest. Please take a mattress and a pillow Put your head and sleep, the sleep of a transgression a transgressor is a bad sleep inshallah Allah will reward you for that rather than be or be awake and give us this nonsense of years he had has tools and this is why scholars say that the type of HD hat

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there are 3457 depending on how you classify it. What kind of types are you talking about? There is what is known as Mr. Haig Mortlock. What is the meaning of Mortlock Is there any all around you know you have this small Honda. It can go in little roads. You have the bigger Honda, it can go when it's training. And then you have the four wheel drive, multi purpose SUV, this goes in Roxanne sands in Sonoma State and LA is the SUV. When you come you'll find that he's perfect and fluent, not in Arabic in the sciences of Arabic. So now who was served in Albania and l Bella.

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The whole nine yards. Okay, when you come to Iran, he doesn't only memorize the Quran. He also knows arome alpha and he knows solo FC. He knows a NASA Wellman. So what was abrogated and what was not. And he knows everything regarding the FCC. When you go to Hades, the guy memorizes the Heidi he knows it him gone through it. So many of the students have knowledge when you tell them about cycle Buhari said never read it. But I know how to search.

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He got the computer like myself without computer and nothing.

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If I needed to know how do I just google it or search for it? I find it it says it is so tempting. Did you see it in Buhari said no, no, but my laptop says it's okay. And this is wrong. Amazon knows this because he explained it he interpreted he memorized it.

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When you come to

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the guy doesn't study only one method. He said there's all four must haves and he know the ins and

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out and why did they make the mistake and why did they say other than what the other schools of thought say? So he has comprehensive knowledge.

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This man does not require to pick up the phone and ask the chef, what's the ruling on so and so, because he is the chef.

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He is fully equipped to learn from the Quran and the Sunnah. So this kind of a booster head, it is accepted

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for a follower of a school of thought, such as an Imam nawawi. This kind of scholar to

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follow a school of thought while following the evidences, meaning that he's an Imam in a Shafi madhhab, but you can find in his writings that this is what Imam Shafi says, but the Hadith of the Prophet As salam is different and this is the most most authentic

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yet he is a devout follower of the head of the shepherding meta, without any doubt he's not like even Tamia for example.

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Even Tamia is one of the students of the henneberry method, but he is Mr. Hate Mortlock

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meaning that he follows the principles of him a madman has no problem and telling you that this is wrong, him must have and this is right because the Prophet said so so on and so on. So End of story, and he has the qualities of being any

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musta hit Mortlock, then you have a second category, which is musta hit a yet he's limited and such Mr. Head can be magnoli because he never goes against the Imam Shafi needs schools of thought though he's capable. Yet he always follows the principles of Imam Shafi and gives you the evidences from the Quran and assume that back to Europe, or when there is a difference of opinion, he gives you the most authentic opinion. So he doesn't initiate something from his own. There also can be a third category of Mr. Head

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which is a person who is not capable

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of giving fatwah or verdicts in everything. Why, due to his

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I would not say incompetence, but due to his lack of knowledge of making him Mr. hedmark lock you and he has little bit in Arabic. He has a little bit of sort of deceit. He has a lot

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of salad. So everything about salad inside out. He's not he knows it. Do we call him Mr. hight Mortlock or mocha yet? No, we say that he's more paid in salad. So you may and the vast majority of students of knowledge who graduate from universities,

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if I have a PhD in Sharia, this doesn't mean I'm a scholar. a PhD nowadays is a thesis that you compile, right and come up with, but it doesn't mean that you are qualified. I sit with a lot of PhD holders. And they don't know what they're talking about. Their thesis was in the movement of the finger in solid.

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So they know everything that has to do with moving the finger into childhood. For example, it's not of course, it was that easy for them, but five

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they have knowledge in this. But if you ask them okay, a man died leaving a wife, a mother, one daughter, three siblings. four grandchildren. What is inheritance? I don't know. I didn't kill him. Yeah, I didn't ask him.

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How to distribute the inheritance. I have no idea. You have PhD? Sharia? Yeah, but it was only moving the finger. Show me which one and I move the finger and tell you. So again, it's a thesis, but he might be mistaken in this branch. This person is Mr. Hate in the rulings of hedge.

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I come to him. Any question hatch. I know that share plan is excellent. I would never ask him about transactions of selling gold and silver or stocks because his knowledge and transactions and financial issues no good. So again, you have to classify people and know exactly whether they are worthy of being a mistake in the madhhab or not. And finally,

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it is permissible

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For a follower of they all agree the consensus of scholars that the permissibility of following the Imam and attributing rulings to him when convinced he can and will lead

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What is the meaning of a leader,

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a follower of ml habit, this is

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coming from the noun at tech lead, tech lead means that you imitate. So, the scholars all agree that and a follower of a method or an imitator cannot get fatter

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because you are not qualified to give fat what you don't have. You don't possess the knowledge and this is why the vast majority of students of knowledge would always say share him in bed says,

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or Imam Abu hanifa says they quote, the one who gave the fatwa they will not say no, this is haram. Why? Because the Prophet citroens wrong. So whose opinion is this is mine. But you must know among Khalid, then you do not have the right to get back to one. You have to attribute the fact to the one who said it who is a mistake, who is an Imam by himself. by

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us, yada yada

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