Daurah Fiqh – Ep.06

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Have a haven hamdulillah

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Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah he was, he was so happy to be Who

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am I but

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now we come to the final chapter of this crash course.

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And it deals with a difference of opinion among scholars. So many times people ask, if we have the power and if we have the student, and we know what is authentic and what is not? Why do we have a

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difference of opinion between scholars? And why do we cater for it? Why do we accept it? Why do we tolerate it?

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Well, first of all,

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you have to understand

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that the amount of knowledge you and I possess, does not

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come even close to a small percentage of the previous olema before us. Now, when we go, when we studied the School of Abu hanifa, Malik Shah very humbly, and we studied their beginning and establishment and the final writing of the scholars that came in, it's even difficult for us to remember to remember the names, which means that there's so many of them. Now, do you mean to tell me that you know more than them, This is unacceptable. So, what and how do we deal with such difference of opinion between scholars? How can we cater and tolerate this? First of all, when did the difference of opinion

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start?

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It started at the time of the companions. Why they were companions? Then you what we do not know. Yes, but after the death of the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam. They traveled to different places.

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And the love and Ms route, era

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of the love naramata zeta myth habit.

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We yesterday we took it

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Medina, alumni, bass, and Mecca, and I believe in the last in Egypt, because his father is the one who opened Egypt. So

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when they went and they were scattered all over the Arab world because at the time of Omar, Abu Bakr and Omar, none of the companions were allowed to leave Medina.

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They all were forced to stay in Medina and then are allowed even miss road to go to El Kufa to teach the people and after his death, they started to go and were spread around the Arab world. Now, not each and every one of them memorized everything that the Prophet said as an officer. Some of them were present. Some of them weren't meaning even at the time of the Prophet eyes or some in Soho Hari, Rama says, me and my neighbor have an answer. We used to swap shifts. So the day I go to listen to the Prophet SNM, he goes to the market, he has to earn living cells and buys and or to the farm, and when he attends, I go to the market. So this shows that not every single companion was 24

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seven with the Prophet ISIS.

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Warrior accepted Islam on the seventh year of hegira on the year of high bar, and he remained only four years with a profit on a salado setup. Yet he memorized so much that he became the widest of narrators among the companions. Why? He said, because every one of the other companions used to go attend his family, to the market, attend his farms, not staying with the Prophet except me. I was accompanying the prophet Isaiah ceram, just to find something to eat. So I had no family, no house, nothing. Whatever the Prophet went, I went with him. This is why he memorized so many. And that is why, when they were dispersed to different areas, some memorized some didn't. And this is where they

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gave their fatwa. If they had the Hadith, crystal clear, if they didn't know the Hadith, they would improvise like Rama did with the issue of the plague. We mentioned yesterday. He didn't know the Hadith. He improvised came with

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Fact one, but it's fair to awards according to the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Psalm hamdulillah

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Okay, what are the reasons of difference of opinion among scholars? There are two main reasons The first one is the dispute and that proof itself authentication and validation What is it validation what is meant by this now we have a scholar

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and this scholar issues the fact one into an array

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a problem that arises now another scholar gives a totally complete different fatwah Why would they differ? One

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because the other person did not receive the proof he never heard of it. Give an example

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I might have been the acid

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and

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not now let me give you another factor. Aroma

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was once in his home.

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One of the companions

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knocked the door he said uh Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. He did not reply. A salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa salam aleikum wa rahmatullah third time he left. By the time he left Rama attended the door, and he saw the companion going to come come, where are you going? He said, I followed the sooner when the Prophet said gifts around three times. If not, then move

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on, we're immediately said, you bring me a witness, that this hadith is authentic, or I will flog you.

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The companion was terrified, was crazy.

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I went he said, he went to the other companions. And they saw his face pale. He said, What's wrong? He said, Omar is going to flog me. This in this in this happened. They started laughing. And he they said to him, we will send the youngest of us the companions to go and testify with you. Meaning that this we all know the rolling.

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So he went with this companion and he testified. And he accepted. He said, I did not say this, because I'm accusing of lying. But I just wanted people to verify when they read the Hadith of the Prophet, it means that Omar did not know. And he was wrong. So one, the proof does not reach the scholar. And this is accepted. Long ago, when a scholar in Yemen gave a verdict. Though there was a hadith with another scholar in Iraq, he did not hear.

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And this is why if you read Abu hanifa Malik, Shafi Ahmed in humble, all of them in their biography, say, whenever the Hadees is authentic, this is my madhhab.

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Meaning I don't know maybe I don't, I missed the Hadith. But if the Hadith comes, and it's authentic, Hamas, and this is a reminder of what the Shafi said to me, shaft reset. Whenever you get a hadith that is authentic, update me, because I will follow it. Number two,

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the proof is not authenticated by the scholar, meaning that the Hadith, or the proof reaches the scholar, but he doesn't believe in his authenticity.

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The other scholar believes in his authenticity, that's why we have a difference of opinion. Example,

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as Matt bent. IV Bakker entered

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at the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam wearing thin clothes. The Prophet looked the other way, and said,

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Don't you know that when a girl reaches puberty and she becomes a woman, it is not permissible to be seen from her except this and this. He pointed to her face, his face and his hands. So those who believe that face cover is not mandatory, use this hadith. Other scholars say no, this hadith is weak and it has three defects in it.

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And they point out so they do not accept it. So the Hadith is the divider between accepting or not accepting this verdict. So it might reach the scholar, but he doesn't think of his authenticity while the other does. And this is why we have difference of opinion.

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Finally and thirdly, the person

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Proof does not validated or is not validated by the scholar meaning that the Hadith reaches me.

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I believe it is authentic. But I don't believe that it fits the problem that we are addressing and talking about, I think that it has a different meaning to it. And this is found so many times, for example.

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This is a putting from my head. And this is something I'm very angry with. In Alhambra.

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One of the things that invalidates your widow

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is not found in the other three schools of thought. And what is that?

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Eating camels meat.

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The only mishap that says it invalidates water is the matter of humbling.

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I looked into it. Maybe the Hadith is not authentic, the Heidi visit site Muslim.

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So all of the scholars agree that this is authentic. So why did Hani Abu hanifa Malik and Shafi say it does not invalidate. Look into the Hadith itself. The Prophet was set as a Salatu was Salam. O Prophet of Allah. Do we perform Voodoo from eating candles meet? The Prophet said yes.

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Yeah. And not only that, he compared it with in the same Hadith. So they said, okay, Prophet of Allah, do we perform whoo from eating muttons meat? Cheap meat, not cheap, cheap with us?

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And the Prophet said,

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if you wish, meaning that it doesn't invalidate your water. Now these two heads, you don't have to be a rocket scientist. To understand that, yes, if you wish. It invalidates although it does not. The same headache is not a different chapter. It's the same Heidi.

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Okay, Abu hanifa Malik Shafi, what's wrong with their minds? Why Why would they reject such howdy? Do not jump to conclusions. This is what's happening when you jump to conclusions. Okay? They don't understand.

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I don't believe in schools of thought these guys. They don't praise the Hadith of the Prophet they do not respect.

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Now, you jumped to conclusions and you base and you put facts and you accept them as facts while because of your ignorance,

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you don't know where they came from? Okay, where did they come from? They came from the hadith of jabber and Abdullah may Allah be pleased with him and with his father, when he said that the last thing we were ordered, is not to perform water from anything that was cooked with fire. Meaning that in the beginning of Islam, any food that was cooked through fire, you have to perform Voodoo,

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that was established, but then this was what abrogated. So when it was abrogated the three schools of thought that the Hadith of the camels meat was also included in that

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easy so the Hadith reached them. The Hadith is authentic, but it is not validated by the scholar they do not think it fits this issue.

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Clear now my understanding to it because I'm a humbly I stick with the humbly because it goes in line with the Quran and Sunnah. I would say their validation their acceptance of hadith of Javelin Abdullah is valid. But the if the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam was asked, in these two cases of camel and Martin. He would have said in both, if you wish, because Martin, if it was haram to invalidated Waldo, it would have invalidated it. According to German Abdullah before it was abrogated. But this hadith proves that this was an exception. So yes, food that is cooked does not affect your widow, except camels meat. And the Hadith is crystal clear in it.

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So if you understand where each and every scope

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And school of thought came from you respect them. But when you have narrow knowledge, you just simply so heavy if you took it and you started pointing fingers at all schools of thought they don't understand they don't pay attention, they don't respect the Hadith, then you prove your ignorance to the whole world.

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Moving on to the second reason,

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the second reason is that there is a dispute in the proofs meaning and understanding. Now, the first we have the dispute whether it is authentic validated or not now, in the understanding, so, one of the ways that would cause difference of opinion among scholars is that, yes, I have a proof, it is authentic, but the understanding or the meaning is a problematic, so, we encounter other proofs contradiction.

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So, for example, we have an issue regarding touching the private parts, does it invalidate whether or not those who say invalidate What do they invalidate the whoodle they have had if those who say that it does not invalidate todo they also have a headache. So, now we have contradicting Hadees So, what do we do? So, many times we get conflict between evidences. So, what is the right way to treat such contradictions and conflicts? scholars say one

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whenever you have two conflicting evidences

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against Hadith, against Hadith,

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against Hadith, what do we do? He said stage number one, try your level best to reconcile.

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What do you mean by reconcile? Meaning that in our sole therapy, in the fundamentals of IP, we have something called

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meaning general. And we have something called harsh meaning specific. So, if I come to an idea where a lot of zoa just says huri, Metallica molnija, to what demo? What a McKinsey, it has been made, haram and unlawful for you, and Mater that meet

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blood and the meat or the flesh of the swine.

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This is what this is general. But then I come to a hadith

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where the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says two Bloods and two dead meat are made halaal for my oma. So the Bloods are the

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the liver and the spleen. And the meat is the Locust and the fish

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if you're

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sailing in a boat, and you find a big salmon fish floating on the water, that can we eat it? Yes, but Allah says hold a metallic cometa it is made unlawful for you that meet some conflicting what do you do? What do I do then? You get light on top of your head. Ah now I understand one is general meaning every single dead meat and bird is haram. And what is except this is specific. So this in ossola you find this hundreds of examples in Quran and Sunnah. Without it, you will not become a Muslim. This is why you need scholars to tell you that this is general and this is specific. And there are so many cases even the AI itself, though general, it is made unlawful for you that meat

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and the blood

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at the end of it except those who are forced to do it. So now I'm in a desert. I'm stranded. I'm starving to death. I find that donkey

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is not even slaughtered. It's a donkey to dead meat. Should I eat or not?

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I must eat. I have to. But I do not feast.

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I eat just to live, not invite the people come.

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Don't give me I'm making rosto and I'm making a birthday cake and making tea born. No, no, no, you just eat what's sufficient for you and that's it. So this is stage number one to reconcile.

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I am met with two countries

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predicting and conflicting evidence is I try to reconcile

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no possible, I cannot, what to do stage two, I have to look for the dates and the timing

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whatever comes before the other, then it is abrogated.

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So the later is abrogating the first, how do I come to know this, through the timing, we have a hadith stating that it is prohibited to do so, and so and so. And after five years, the prophet said, it's okay. So for example, one Hadith, the prophet said, I said, Do not visit the graves

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palace, we are not allowed to visit the graves, another Hadith, the prophet said, I used to deny you from visiting the graves. Now go ahead and visit them because it reminds you of the hereafter. So immediately the first idea if I take it and embrace it, and neglect the other one, I'm following the wrong methodology. But when I apply the other one, it is abrogated. I'm in good hands.

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Number one, reconcile. Number two, try to no one is abrogating the other, if I met with two evidences that are not willing to reconcile, and I'm not able to know which came first. Because in order to know whether whether it's abrogated or not, I have to have what the date without the date. I cannot just simply say how, as it's abrogated.

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And by the way, abrogation is mentioned in the Quran.

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Allah says in Surah Al Baqarah. Man, I mean, I

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don't see how knotty behind him minha, I will miss li ha. So abrogation is uplifting of the ruling on a particular issue with another evidence. So in the beginning,

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motor marriage was allowed.

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Because they were in deep need, the profit allowed it for a period of time, but then it was made prohibited, you cannot come to the first incident and say, oh, but

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because the obligation is there. But what are the types of abrogation?

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There are,

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let's say three types? I don't know. Yeah, let's see three types. If there are more, I will add them along the way. And we can edit the filming for them. So there are three types of abrogation, one

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abrogation of the recitation, while the ruling remains.

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Yeah, and you will open the floor and there is nothing mentioned in the Quran. But the ruling of the ayah that was uplifted, remains the example stoning.

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Omar I'm not upset, may Allah be pleased with him. It was revealed in the Quran that we stone, but then it was abrogated. And the ruling remains. And this is the consensus of all scholars of Islam. stoning for the adulterer exists. So this is abrogation of the recitation. You don't recite it, but the rolling is their

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number two

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abrogation of the ruling while the recitation remains remains

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example so many one of them

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in Surah Al mujer de la yeah you have Latina Amedeo, either energy to more rosvold for demo by Anya the image Welcome sadhaka you know this and you know, the meaning

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there nothing.

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This ayah is referring as alien avatar obsess this ayah I'm the only one who applied it in the world.

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When the people used to ask the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, there were so many. So imagine the Prophet is with you, will you leave him? He will stick 24 seven with a prophet of Allah what's surrounding on this if I do this what I will do oh profitable I give me advice or prophet of Allah. My heart is dying. I need to revive my Eman. Oh prophet of Allah, my wife is nagging. How do I treat her? So they bombarded the Prophet ashram with so many questions. So Allah revealed this ayah whenever you want to speak to the Prophet, give sadaqa nobody can.

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expressive I have to go to speak the Prophet.

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I have to give money to the poor. And he says, I was the only one who applied this, because when this was revealed, I wanted to speak to the Prophet, I took my ring and I gave it in charity and I spoke to him, then it was abrogated,

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Allah uplifted it, but we still they cite the ayah and we do not implement it. Likewise, in the eyes of gradually prohibiting intoxicants. So, the first two is are they applied applicable in the rolling, so you do not approach the law when you are intoxicated. So now I can drink after Asia? No, this is abrogated is totally prohibited.

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So this is stage number two. stage number three is the abrogation of the recitation and of the ruling.

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So what do we do with this? So the biggest and most famous example as a scholar say,

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is the hadith of Ayesha, may Allah be pleased with her? She said, among the poor, and that was revealed to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, that 10 sucklings makes prohibition.

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This was revealed in what in the Quran, if a mother circles a child 10 meals, it will she that child will become her own

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and it was abrogated to five

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so now the five is abrogated visitation or rolling. The second five

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said visitation or ruling.

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visitation, it's not found in the Quran, but the ruling is applied five, if she circles the child, five meals, he's her son,

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that 10 is abrogated recitation and ruling because it's not in the Quran and also the ruling is not applicable. So, I hope this is understood the Sharla

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what brought us to this stuff? Okay. Yes, number two.

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Number one,

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encountering proof contradictions, this is abrogation etc. Number two dispute in the meaning of the words. Why would schools of thought differ? If the eye is crystal clear to them? And I give you an example of,

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well, mobile law to you, Yara bosma B, for shahina thalassa Taku. What is the meaning of Kuru? This ayah in chapter two deals with very,

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what is the meaning of

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the waiting period, whether it is after divorce, after holler or after death, the idea can be as short as one minute.

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It can be one month, one month, one month or one monthly cycle, it can be three monthly cycles, or three months. And it can be four months and 10 days. And it can be until she put her

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pregnancy. So it can be eight months maybe depending on how long it will take. These are different types. So when we come to the idea of free Porou

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there is a difference of opinion among scholars in the meaning of or is it purity, or menses? What is the difference? Now there is a big difference. If I tell my wife, you're divorced, hey, she was his wife. No, no, this is an example.

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People come to a lie. If I show you the questions that I get from such wacko people, they share I divorced my wife in my mind. A brother called me Willa from UK.

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He said I got married

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with my wife. We did not consume it the marriage. And

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we married but I keep on telling myself that we're not married. I'm getting this request. So can I divorce my wife so I can be relieved and marry her again.

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Poor people were like, well, I feel sorry for them. I said yes, you divorce them but don't get her to get married again. This is why she said so that she can marry a man.

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If you did not consumate the marriage and you're thinking of whispers of shaper for no reason is that he isn't

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laughs love her. She's a good woman, but I am possessed with these whispers. So such whispers make a difference when you come to the explaining the word of or is it menses? Or is it purity? I divorced my wife.

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So when is it final? Because in the three monthly cycles, she is still my wife, though we don't have any Hanky Panky, no monkey business. But she cooks, she lives with me, she sleeps in the same bed, no intimacy at all.

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After the period is over, however, she goes her way I go my way. But when is it exactly over?

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She gets the first menses, she gets the second menses, the minute she gets the third man says she's a stranger to me. Or after she finishes the menses, and she sees her purity. Jesus stranger to me, this is a difference of opinion. So it's a difference of seven days, or six, maybe more. And this is why

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the difference of opinion among scholars is related to the meaning of the words to understand. And so and again, in the meaning of the words of the translator.

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The meaning of the words, in Arabic, the Arabs know it. So you cannot tell now when I tell you that it is the end of the menses the third, which is purity, that you took my word for it, but there is a bunch of trusted schools of thought that say no, it's the moment she gets the third cycle that she is over with. Fine. Thirdly, and lastly,

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the dispute in achieving the desired goal, whether it fits

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what you think it is, or not. And this deals with what is known as the Illuminati does it fulfill what was it said in order? It's a different goal? It's a different meaning. And this depends on the scholar and how they interpret it. So we have a problem. We have scholars, we have different opinion of scholars. And we are like

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a feather in a storm.

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This is yes, this is no this halaal this is haram like if it hasn't.

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He didn't pray, go pray. He wanted to pray, sit down and don't pray. Why are you tossing me like a football now? I don't know. And this confusion can be positive. If it encourages you to study, it's positive. But if it discourages you to study and think negative of Dean is negative, it's like fear.

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So many people say share, I fear death. My father died or my uncle died or my grandmother died few months ago, a few years ago. And since then I'm so afraid of death.

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I say fear can be positive and can be negative. If your fear cripples you doesn't allow you to do worse for other forms of worship doesn't allow you to acquire knowledge. It makes you despair of Allah's mercy house I'm doomed. Why would I not do since I'm going to do since

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in a whole bunch. This is negative, it will take you to help. But if the fear of Allah azza wa jal drives you to repent, to do more good deeds to fast Mondays and Thursdays to give charity to do this and to do that, you will end up dying straight to paradise and this is positive fear. Likewise, when you see the

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confusion,

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because of the difference of opinion of scholars, if this confusion

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makes you or hinders you from studying knowledge, why aren't you studying every time I studied difference of opinion of scholars everything there is disputed upon I don't want I gave up I don't want to do this. I'd rather watch a movie. This is negative, but if it encourages you like they did with him and has him why people are tossing me right left and center. I'm gonna study my religion I'm gonna memorize score and I'm gonna try my level best to reach what Allah is pleased with, then this is a positive thing. So what are how to deal with a difference of opinion among scholars one dispute should not be a reason

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malice and this court. If I disagree with you, in an opinion that is legitimate. You're following the Shafi school of thought. I'm following the Hanbury school of thought, I expect you, a brother, or two or three, or none of how many just asked me a while ago. And I get this question so often on my website, and they say, in Malaysia, and Indonesia, they have pursuit of pleasure.

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According to the sooner, this is not part of the sooner, the Prophet did it one month as some then stopped, because Allah ordered him to stop. Chavez don't believe that they believe it's part of the religion. So people asked me chef, when I pray in a Masjid, and the man is shuffling. What should I do? You have two options. One,

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fold your hands or put it down depending on what you believe. And don't say I mean, just wait until he finishes.

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Second is you participate? So you raise your hands? And you say, I mean, and this is what I would do. Sure. You just said it start from the center. Yes, it is not from the center. But that Eman believes it is from the sooner. This is his conviction. And all those who pray behind him they believe that they're doing something that is, according to the sooner and must have itself is one of the four accepted and renowned must haves of the Muslims. So why would I not follow outfall?

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I have no problem. I go to Pakistan.

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I pray winter. And the winter they pray the last three records like Madrid, and the second record, they sit for too short. And the Prophet deny this edition of prohibited us from a hadith even how journalist Kalani authenticated it. So I go there when they do this ID No, I pray with them. second session, yes, but the man believes is part of the surrender. My dispute should not be based on malice and hatred and grudges. He believes that he believes the amount he follows is reliable and accepted and school of thought.

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I have no problem to

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dispute should be excused in areas of Shi t hat.

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Again, we accept one another's dish the hat, the Imam of medical school, did his level best and reached a conclusion I disagree with. But I appreciate that this is what he believed. And I gave him the benefit of the doubt not to start to clash and yes my way or the highway three, I avoid. The translation is

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permission sniffing. Let us let us call it. Sherpa fatwa shopping. Let's just call it cherry picking. sniffing with heroin. Yes, maybe, but not with this. So the translation is wrong. And may Allah be pleased and male as you'll forgive the one who translated it's my brother. I'm so lazy to spend time on this. So I gave it I gave him this. He designed it and he he's retired. He's old and grumpy, but

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zella head. He devoted the time he translated to the best of his knowledge. So okay, it's sheriff,

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twin brother. I don't

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know the grumpy season family.

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It has nothing to do.

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So it is cherry picking now.

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We've established we accept the four schools of thought right? They are accepted to all of us what is not accepted? Is cherry picking. Meaning that I select whatever I desire by searching in different schools of thought I will definitely find it. For example, I'd like to drink wine, red wine 1986 it was a good deal.

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So I look in the schools of thought Jaffrey Hara Mulkey Hallam Hanbury, Helen Hunt, Hannah v ope sopko.

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hanafy has a very moderate way of looking at an obese, not original wine, but they say that if you leave the juice for three or four nights until it's things a little bit,

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then you can drink it. The other schools of thought say no, after the third night you have to throw it away. And this is what the Prophet used to do.

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Prophet used to like to drink water that had some fruit in it. So usually they would put dates. So first night, he would drink it second night, third night, he would throw it away, because this is where it most likely would begin to change. Not intoxicating, but it will begin. So hanafy school of thought they have a little bit wider timeframe. So I think okay, then the beef is okay, I will take it

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to a shopping is very dangerous, because you will be making a new religion. How? And this is why half a student of knowledge is dangerous to Islam than straight on. What do you mean by half? He's not full fledged. He's half. So I am in Malaysia. And I meet a woman.

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And I say, marry me.

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She said, Yeah, you have to come and talk to my father. So no, no, no need our honey for says that the Guardian is not important. You this is this is a honey for school of thought. They say that it is not part of the religion, a woman who can sell and buy property. She's entitled to give herself to marriage. She doesn't need a guardian. The vast majority of schools of thought say, hold on, because the Prophet says there is no marriage valid without the guardian and the two trustworthy witnesses. So she said, Hmm, okay, you're the ship. No Guardian, no Guardian, but there are no witnesses. said yes. mallex says that it's not required to have witnesses.

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She said, Well, I think No, said you should have attended my class.

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This is your problem.

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She said okay, well, I would have said one of the opinions of Imam Shafi that matter is not mandatory.

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Well, that's easy. So yellow handler. Let's go. Now, if you go to Imam Abu hanifa, he said you must have two witnesses, at least. And in my medic By the way, he did not say two witnesses are not important. He says that two witnesses are not needed, but informing the people is so even if you don't classify one and two as witnesses, just making it in an open area is enough. These are all witnesses and the Mahara as well, so you get into technicalities. At the end of the day, this is what is known as dating.

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But you call it marriage because of your fatwa shopping, selecting what you want according to your own desires my wife comes says I'd like to travel to Medina by airplane. I said I don't have time. I don't have money. And I don't feel like going to Medina McKay's closer to me. She's not I want to go to Medina.

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This is okay.

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Remote Control, channel one. And music is halaal and you can do this, but you must not travel without Amazon. Channel to music is haram but traveling without my ham is permissible. Okay, you can leave. This is fatwa shopping, and this is what people are doing nowadays. you first come to a choice and a conclusion. What do you want? I want to smoke.

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Now I look forward to the justification and the reason Hanafi pembury chavi Hello, hello, Maliki. Hello, everybody saying hello. Then I opened a clip by an Egyptian Actor in a movie.

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He's a comic movie 3040 years ago, and he's talking about hash hashish drugs, is it if it's harm, we're burning it. And if it's halal, we're smoking it.

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So is it

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good, good justification, if it's how long we're burning it. So this is fact we're shopping that will take you straight to hell.

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Why? Because you're bringing the conclusion. And then you're searching for anything that supports it. And this is not a Muslim, a Muslim opens the Quran, whatever is in the Quran, I'll follow whatever is in Hadith, I will follow not the other way around. I do not bend the rules and formulate them so that they they would suit my own opinion. And finally, the last point of our course is that you have to acknowledge that there is only one correct opinion at the sight of Allah

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with all these different opinions of the scholars

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Only one of them is right.

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If you acknowledge this, you know that you have to thrive. No, you have to thrive thriving is when you get knowledge and you grow up, but you have to strive to reach which one is right. Okay What do you mean by only one is right. Now, four schools of thought one says on a particular issue, obligatory one says how long one says recommended, one says mcru not recommended, which one is right at the sight of Allah. It is wrong to say all of them.

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Because Allah says some other battle

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in the Bala what is there after truth except going astray

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in the sight of Allah truth is only one. Now he is rewarded for missing the truth. But for doing his he had and doing his best to region. He did not make it he's rewarded once he is rewarded twice for doing his best and reaching the right conclusion. So if we believe in understand this, all the four schools of thought are doing their level best, but only one of them is on the right path. Only one of them is accepted by our lives and yet all of them are rewarded in sha Allah. We will not have any dispute among us and a local alum. When he spoke to me, he lay here a slum or Salalah was lm o Baraka Abdi. He was already in a Vienna Muhammad Ali. He was on the edge main