Assim Al-Hakeem – Lessons In Fiqh 35

Assim Al-Hakeem
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the historical and meaning behind the Hadith Law in Arabic, including its use of loudspeakers and head gear, the importance of following the law, and the use of "naive" in Arabic. They also touch on the spread of Islam and the importance of not reacting too strongly to noise during studies. The interviewer emphasizes the importance of finding out who is involved in studies and finding out who is not knocking on people's faces while holding microphones.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim hamdulillah salat wa salam wa barakaatuh Vienna Mohammed

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ii wasapi Jemaine Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh and welcome to lessons in.

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We're saying the chapter that deals with then. And then as we have said, is the notification is the call for prayer so that people once they hear it, they know it is time to pray. And the Hadith we have in today's program begins with Hadith 146

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narrated by ns are the Allahu anhu Bilal was commanded to announce the event meaning each phrase twice, and the common meaning each phrase once except the prayers to ready to begin meaning to be pronounced twice,

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which is

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in Arabic, or con, Parliament comments, solid twice, okay. Now, the Hadith here was narrated by an S. Miller was commanded who commanded him, prophets, prophets, that is awesome. So this is a logical and understandable. What I don't understand is that

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he or he

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instructed him or commanded him to announce the advan each phrase twice, and a comma to announce it how many times once. Now, why, how do you say each phrase twice? And what about Allahu Akbar?

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If then, this hadith means that we should follow the event of a man Malik. He said that Allahu Akbar is only said twice so that it would be Allahu Akbar, then repeating it twice. So Can anybody clear my misunderstanding?

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Brother, Fadi, because in the event Allah harbors two times, is it longer or longer? So twice as four times? Well, it's four times it's not two times the average is twice and it's actually two times so it's four. Two times two is four. So this means that the proper way of saying attack beer is Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, not Allahu Akbar, and you pose a little awkward and you pose because then it becomes four. But when you say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, this is once Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, this is twice and in the karma, we said, Only once Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, eyeshadow, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah. And in Arabic, this is called the holy but generally meaning overcoming

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or giving the general name to

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all the thing we're talking about. For example, the prophet SAW Selim, and again, this is Arabic, it might be a little bit difficult to explain in English. But Asia, may Allah be pleased with her. When she was describing how they used to live with the prophet SAW Selim, she said that we would see the crescent after another after a third, which meant how many months, two months, and no fire would be let in the house of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, what does this tell you? It tells you that they didn't cook, because they didn't have food to cook. So one of the companions asked our Isha, and he knows he was he was astonished, said

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Mother Ayesha, two months, and he wouldn't cook in the houses of the Prophet. And so Sarah, so how did you feed? What did you eat? She said, we had nothing to eat except the two blacks.

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Now this is arvika to blacks, and she explained water and dates.

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Dates is black dates. The dates itself are black in color, but is water black? No. scholars say in Arabic This is called Talib, we give the name of one to the whole group. It's like in Syrah when they say that the two Roma came and the two Omar left jello moron with a habit or moron. What is the meaning of that? Mustafa?

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No. Well, you can't have both enemy and bumalik, Omar, Abu Bakr and Omar. So they give the name of Omar to our backers by saying instead of saying Abu Bakr and Omar Cain, Abu Bakr and Omar when they say the two are moron, or moron to one, Omar and another Omar, which is really, again, they say, a moron. The two moons Mustafa, what do you think the two moons are?

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The sun, the sun, and the moon, they call it, the two moons have come around. And it's quite normal in Arabic to have this. That is why the we give the name of one to the whole group. So

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there is a difference between a van and Kama, which has more words, nor

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what, which has more words

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than with a comma, of course.

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And then it's more than has more words than the comma.

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The comma has something that is not found in the van Hamad.

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salatu salam, and one of them out of the five daily prayers has something that is not found in the karma and the rest of the advance which is

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Saba, which is a solid, a solid two hydrogen meter now. Okay, can we try to figure out why the words in the event are more than the words in the comma

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I think because

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the first event is for the call of prayer for the people to assemble and gather at the mosque, but the second one has to be shorter and faster for them just to stand up and start praying because they are already gathered, present and gathering gathered in the mosque. So the first one is to notify those who are far away. So they may miss a sentence or two. But if you make it prolong it and make it lots of words or sentences, the possibility that they hear it is far greater than if you make it short. And this is the reason why we have the longer and more incentives than the apartment.

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The following Hadith has the number 147 narrated by Abu Haifa

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may Allah be pleased with him. So Bill are calling for prayer and I will follow looking at his mouth as he turned it this right side and that left side with his fingers in his ear in a nourish enough up to my jaw. And he put his finger in his ear and also in narration in an also a narration of Abu Dhabi. He turned his neck to the right and left when he reads high Allah Salah. Meaning come to the prayers and didn't turn his body.

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This Hadith tells us how to perform the event physically how to do it. But something just popped into my mind. We always hear the terminology. The six books of Hadith There are six books of Hadith the most famous ones, so

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nor do you know them. Can you please? First Sorry, sorry. Okay, sorry. I'm asleep. Okay.

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Sorry. No major. Well, it's

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it's called sunon. seven major and then unable to matcha and swollen noodle.

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two more Friday and they say and to me the insulin and sorry, and student at tirmidhi and these are the six books the most famous six books of Hadith the some make the mistakes. The mistake of saying they are the

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six sector they regarded as hate

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The six books but there are not only two are which are the Buhari and Muslim and then you have an authentication of them as follows. Maasai then a Buddha would, then Germany, then finally a bit manager, which contains a lot of weak IDs and also a lot of correct and authentic hadith.

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Buju heifer is describing to us how Bilal may Allah be pleased with him, used to call for the prayer. And he says that he used to follow his mouth going right and left. Now, the sudden is that you put your fingers in your ears. And why is that? Do you think Muslims

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because of the time didn't have microphones, so they wanted to say it in a loud voice as much as they can. So what does your fingers in your ears do to you have Malik physically, I heard doctors say that if you block the ears and the strength of the mouth, the voice coming out of the mouth will be stronger. Okay, and this sounds, you have to ask the doctor to confirm this. It sounds logical because if you have problem with problems with your nose, if you if you have a cold or so your ears gonna get blocked, and you thought you have a sore throat and so on. So they are all

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connected to each other. So apparently once you block your air passage, then the air goes through one passage, which is your throat. And the more you don't hear yourself, the louder you can get. Now, saying that this is the sooner we mean that this was done at the time of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam not that the prophet or did it but being done at the Prophet time, so a lot of settler and he did not say anything towards it. This means that he agrees to it. So it's a Sunnah.

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Now, in the Hadith, it says that he used to go right and say, Hi Allah subhanaw taala Salah twice and goes left to say, Hi Allah, Allah. Hi, Farah, why do you think he did this study to

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send the record of prayer to largest amount of people possible? So if he does it this way, that means that the people on the right, the far right, that the angle itself would be limited, but if you, you know, turn right and left, then the angle, the circle would be much bigger and wider. Now, the question that comes here, do you think that we should do this nowadays?

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Most of us says yes. Friday says no, I don't think we should do it as a as it's a good it's permissible. So it's a good thing to follow the sun but the purpose of it is already fulfilled by the loudspeakers so yes or no?

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mandatory no but permissible and it's better to do so must have has another opinion again.

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I thought I thought it was an act of worship. So this means that

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if the Prophet Mohammed Salah Salim commanded us to do it this way to turn right or left while saying chaos, Haifa then we should do it either Abu Malik

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I do agree with stuff on that, because son, okay, no, I agree with

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Matt, everything that has this

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we can find that Muhammad peace be upon him not come on him to do so. Okay. I will give you the floor in Sharla. After the break, we have a short break. So stay tuned, and we will be right back in Sharla.

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If you want the second rule of n mean a second, that is the letter mean. So if the first mean is non vowel or second, followed by a vowel mean. So I will merge the first in the letter, and I will pronounce them as one word, manner.

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Minh, and we spoke abundantly on the virtues of seek refuge with Allah from the outcast Satan, especially for the free society. He's got to recite it out loud

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make sure it's done that way. He then knew why he then thank you for joining us.

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100 hamdulillah salat wa salam o. Allah, Mohammed and welcome back. Before the break, Mohammed was

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commenting on our question, so can you please elaborate? Yes, I told that in Addis Ababa Haifa, as we see, he

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reported us that I saw Bilal looking right in right. And that or not, we find that not

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the Prophet told him for to doing that. So every day, it's better because it's act of Sahabi. Okay. So the consensus of the floor, we have say that it is sooner, now we have other Muslim is changing his mind, I'm not sure. If it was explicitly for that purpose for letting people know that it would have been not just an hi Alyssa and higher than it would have been in other and other sentences as well. Okay.

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This could also count, but

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I beg to differ, simply because if you call for the advan, and you have the mic here, and you say, Hi Allah, Allah, Allah, Salah, people will not hear you.

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Now, this was possible when you got on top of the mosque, and you call the people without any microphones, this, the angle of the circle would increase because you're doing it this way. You're doing it this way. And you're doing it this way. If you are inside the mosque, and you have one mic in front of you, if you turn your face from it, this means that the whole circle outside the mosque will not listen and will not hear it. So you have to look into

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the form of worship itself to realize first, was it instructed by the prophet alayhi salatu. Salam, or not? Secondly, does it have a meaning that is comprehensible, and to look whether I should continue or not? Meaning?

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And if you remember, in hostel, we said that the prophet SAW Selim started by washing his hands, washing his private parts and hitting the ground with his hand. And why did he do this? Because he wanted to remove the filth that may have stuck into his hands. Now, do we have to do this? We said no, we can

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wash our hands with soap. That was so five, suffice? The same thing comes here with the event. You have a comment about Malik has a comment. Let's start with you.

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I was I was going to say that you can just like hold the mic. And like move. You can do this. But it's not. If you do this, as Mohammed points out, if you do this, then you have a problem with putting your fingers in your ears. And then well, what should I do? It becomes Well, you could put a wireless, you know, like the singers do with the mic and and then depends on your costume and you're in the wrong place at the wrong time. This is a van bumalik Well, my question is similar to ours, as you know, what if the mic can pick up if it's in a strangle microphone, then it's okay if you do it. And it's okay if you don't. But if you ensure that the sound is as strong as it is, then go ahead

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with it. But then we have the dilemma of putting your fingers separate from Microsoft spot. Yeah, but remember that you have a mic. It's not the sound that you want it to be as strong as possible. It you want it to be as nice as possible also. So imagine if you put your fingers in your ears and you have a mic that is strong with big loudspeakers and you start to shout your way out for the event. A lot of people will be disturbed with it. And and this is not Islam. We don't want to disturb people. We want them to listen to the event. No, it's a form of notification and come to perform the prayer. So the last, any conclusion we could reach is would be that it is recommendable

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that you follow

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In the footsteps of DLR, in doing it and looking right and left, providing that this does not jeopardize the reach of the exam. As for the fingers, we don't want to make it so loud that people would reject our attack. So, if you keep your distance away from the mic, you know, some people make it really noisy. They stick their mouse to the mic, and the sound becomes very loud and it's not a pleasant thing to hear. Islam doesn't want you to do this. Islam tells you to be a PR

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person tells you to be a public relations person, you always have to look for the image. You always have to portray the best image for the religion you believe in. You don't want any people or anybody to, you know, reject what you're calling them to.

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Heidi's number 148

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narrated by Abu Mahavira may Allah be pleased with him. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam liked his voice, so he taught him that then meaning call to prayer.

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I will have promised you before that we may talk about this man. I'm not gonna talk a lot about him. But where did the Prophet Allah hear him? Make the Adhan.

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Does anybody know?

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On the day of

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conquering Mecca,

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Mecca when the prophets of Salaam went from Medina, with his army, and they conquered Mecca, without any bloodshed just went in, and the people accepted them as conquerors. That was on which year?

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Does anybody know which is your a year?

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Now this is, you know, embarrassing.

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10th year and when did the Prophet die artists or salon?

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That's even even worse. 18th 18th so the Prophet stayed in Medina for 18 years. That's a lot and a lot of time 30 3030 in Medina, and Mecca 1010. Well, if we reverse it, we might have a better answer. He stayed in Mecca for 13 years. And he stayed in Medina for 10 years. So then he did not perform Hajj on the 10th year.

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He performed Hajj on the eighth year.

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And the prophets Allah is sorry, he conquered Mecca. On the eighth year sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and performed Hajj better were there. On the 10th year, the ninth year was the Hajj of Abu Bakar and Ali, where he sent them to clear the way and to tell people that after today normal Shrek will be allowed to enter Mecca. So the conquering of Mecca was on the eighth year of hijra when the prophets went there is a Salaam, beloved, called the prayer for prayer from the masjid, the holy mosque.

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Ababa, Dora was a young boy playing with his friends. And when they heard the event, he started to mock and make the event of his own. You know, when someone hears something, and he makes fun of it, so he started making fun of it,

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and making fun out of it with a loud voice.

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Accidentally, the profits are seldom heard this voice. Now he's the conqueror. And he came after being kicked out of Makkah. And after being chased out of it, and they had so many wars, so you can tell the personality, and how he feels on so much time after all these years. They killed his uncle, they killed his loved ones, they killed his companions, and now he is the conqueror of the city. And no one can say anything to him. And all of a sudden, he hears this boy making fun of the event. What would you do? What would you have done? If you were in his shoes, you would have probably brought this boy, you know, sliced him to pieces and put him in the microwave and had him for dinner. The

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Prophet SLM was not like this. He did not avenge himself. The prophet SAW Selim was not a type of a man with a temper. He loved his religion. He loved mankind, he loved. He was the mercy as described to us in the Quran, to mankind and to jinn. He was sent as a mercy of a large soldier. So he called his companions and told him bring this matter

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Or they bring this boy to me. So the guy came, you know, trembling and shivering and,

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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wiped on his forehead,

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exactly as you do when you have a child or a young boy, and you just pat him on the head, you know, it's okay, just to call him down. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also taught him how to call for the exam. And he prayed to Allah azza wa jal that he guides this boy to the right path. So the boy did exactly what the Prophet taught him to. But there's, you know, something strange. The boy wasn't a Muslim, or he was a Muslim on the surface, but he was a hypocrite, because everybody reverted to Islam and by the short, and he was a while ago, making fun ridiculing of the event.

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He said to us, after the prophet SAW Selim wiped my forehead and prayed to Allah that He might, he may guide me. So panela Allah took all the hatred in my heart, and it was thrown away. It was filled with the love of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Alma Dora became one of those Athenian of the Prophet Allah Azza wa sallam. And by the way, his forehead, that the prophet SAW some wiped over, he never cut it short.

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He never cut it short. And whenever people tell him, it's getting long, why not cut it short? He said, I would never ever cut short something that the prophet SAW Selim touched.

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Because this is a blessing of the Prophet that I sort of syrup.

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And the issue of blessing of the prophet Elijah Sam is a very wide thing. Now, nothing in this world is worth touching and seeking the blessing of people go to graves and start rubbing the graves or wiping out the graves seeking blessing. People go to Kaaba

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and they wipe the walls and the carpets and the curtains and they they seek blessings. They go to the grave of the prophet Elijah lobster, and they go to the window to the door and wiping it with cloth and seek the blessing of Allah azza wa jal, this is all wrong. You may not seek the blessings of Allah azza wa jal, except from the things that we were told to seek blessings in, such as the Prophet himself. So If the Prophet were to be alive among us, yes, it's a blessing to hold his hand, it's a blessing to take his clothings or to take his sweat or whatever, and use it as a form of blessing from Allah azza wa jal, because because he is a blessing. Nowadays, we have nothing to go

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for, except few things that are mentioned in the sun. Finally, we have 30 seconds to go like your sword and he's a piece of his hair and you have to prove that these are his swords, and their meanings of his hair or of his cloth, and you cannot do this. Now you go to Istanbul, you go to Jalalabad, you go to here and there, everybody says, Listen, this is some of the hair of the Prophet that's some, this is some of his perfume, this is some of his clothing, this is his sword, this is his knife, this is his turban, this is and none of them have the authentic, that this belongs to the Prophet Allah is awesome and accordingly, we cannot argue and we cannot say it is or it isn't. So we

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cannot seek the blessing of Allah from it. I'm afraid that this is all the time we have for today's program. So until we meet next time to Manila was Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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