119 – Jumuah

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119 July 25, 2015

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The conversation covers the history and importance of the Arabic language, including its use in legal systems and the importance of avoiding fraud. It also highlights the need for people to learn their own rights and avoid confusion. The speakers emphasize the importance of learning the Arabic language to avoid confusion and remove false accusations. The conversation ends with a brief statement about the importance of learning the Arabic language to avoid confusion and remove false accusations.

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up on a taco alley when we let him into the unfussy now. Dr. Molina de la philomel de la fecha de la

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la la la la la la la la sharika wanna shadow Mohammed Abu rasuluh Salatu was Salam O Allah, Allah Allah He was heavy woman da da te la de nada brothers and sisters in Islam are Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Also hydrotalcite speaks in the Quran Allah says is Laura Han Rahim

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Mohammed Rasulullah Valentina Ma, who a Shinto Allah spoofery Rama avena, whom Tara homebrew con su de de una fabula Minami la hora de wanna see my own field with him in a three suit, South Dakota.

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A few weeks ago, I

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spoke to you about

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my interpretation of the reason that the Quran

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though is revealed in Arabia,

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to convert the pagans to Islam, yet 60%

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of the Quran speaks about the Al Kitab.

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And I said that

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it's amazing to think that the Quran doesn't even mention the other pagans in the world, the Buddhists and the Hindus largest population to the east of Makkah. Cora doesn't mention any of that. Not even as slight nature. But when it comes to the bernese Ray, and the Jews and the Christians around speaks, as you know so much about them. Yet they were no Jews and Christians in Makkah, at the time of Muhammad Salah was coming.

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So when these revelations came to the Navy as Islam, one may think that he must have thought, you know, because remember Mohammed Salam was not didn't meet ERISA or Moosa rule. He was very he was born in the middle of nowhere.

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So we had no idea who these people what the histories were accepted, which Allah revealed to him. And I said, The big question is Why did allows Muhammad Allah only speak about

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the Jews and the Christians? Why did Allah talk about the east. And I said, many times, Muslims were on the verge of conquering Europe. They were the dogs, they they, they knocked the gates of Vienna in the time of the Turks when they rule the world. You may have a period

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when the Andalusian Muslims, the Spanish Muslims, they knocked on the doors of France, Leo.

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And they were turned away. Despite the fact that they were the majority army in the strongest army in Europe at the time.

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They just could not conquer Europe.

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And so we find that

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today we said with a Europe that is Jew, Jewish and Christian,

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so allows fatherless telling us that your greatest

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challenge will come from way from the west. The greatest challenge to Islam woke up from the west. And it's so true. That allows while it prepares us for an auto confrontation with a Buddhist or confrontation with the Hindus. But Allah swana prepares us for confrontation with the West with the Jews and the Christians. So the Quran tells us exactly what to do and how to deal with them.

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If Islam had conquered Europe, the whole of Europe would have been Muslim,

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including Russia and including everybody else during America and England, that whole area of the world would have been Muslim.

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And then what would we have done with 60% of the euro.

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But Allah Sutherland knew that the challenge has to come from the the challenge could easily have come from the other side.

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But it didn't come from the other side.

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And today inshallah, we will take this theory further, this interpretation

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of the Quranic emphasis on the west, because we know the famous Hadith of the Navy so Saddam Hussein is one, that the sun will rise when the sun will rise in the in the West. Interpretation can be physical, it can mean at the physical sun will rise in the West.

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Or it can mean

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that the intellectual sun will rise in the West, that Islam will rise in the West.

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That the final days of this dunya Islam will rise in the West. And we know that one of the things that the Quran speaks about is that he said when he comes, He

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will not the world will not come to an end until every Christian in Israel

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rejuve acknowledges as a divine Abbey of Allah and acknowledges the finality of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu

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which is the West, which is the whole of the West.

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So today inshallah we can do celebrate

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two things.

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And maybe the word celebrate is the wrong word, but you know, for want of a better word. I say, celebrate. We're going to celebrate Cadbury's chocolate.

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Now I haven't gone crazy. It's still fine. I will stick with them so far. And we're going to celebrate a priest by the name of adults a thing maragon is his name or something. But let's,

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let's, let's see.

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Let's see my computer works. Okay, we go.

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We're going to celebrate Cadbury's chocolate and we're going to celebrate a child in priest by the name of Alphonse him in Ghana. And I'm sure many of you know exactly what I'm talking about.

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So why are we talking about Cadbury's chocolate on Friday morning Juma

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and why we talking about a priest on a Friday morning for July? Because as you all know,

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they've discovered at Birmingham University in England,

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the oldest

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man you manuscripts of the Quran, Allah

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subhanaw taala.

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way they discovered not in

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Delhi, or Bombay,

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or Peking, Beijing? No, they discovered it in England in Birmingham, the oldest extant handwritten manuscript of the whole opera.

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And again, we look back in history and we look

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we look at history now. So how did this happen? The oldest Koran ever written by men is to be found at Birmingham University. And for this, we have to thank Edward Cadbury. It would kabri lived in the early part of 1919, I suppose in the late 18th 19th century, early 20th century and he was an A to the Cadbury chocolate Empire, one of the heirs to the Cadbury chocolate Empire. So what about him?

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And the priest Alphonse him in Ghana was born in Mosul in Iraq.

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And of course, we know that

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anybody who doesn't eat Cadbury chocolates, I can apologize for celebrating Cadbury chocolates.

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I see a lot of unsmiling faces but I don't see anybody putting up their hand saying they don't eat

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wailuku Saturday, by the way.

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You don't look happy to read, you know, read. I know last week was eight but today's again.

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This is our weekly read last Saturday morning was it Saturday morning, I saw you smiling. No matter the rain, no matter the

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the code, but today shame the cold is really getting to you.

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All right.

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So at that time, late 19th, early 20th century, this man, Edward Cadbury,

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he was interested in artifacts coming from the Middle East. And he asked this Alfonso in Ghana, Iraqi priest, to find for him anything he can find in terms of artifacts from to do with Islam.

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And this phrase collected over a period of time 3000

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what he called an artifacts,

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and he took all the 3000 artifacts in my toolkit way to England, and then where they distributed it all to other parts of the universities but Birmingham seems to have received this

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not copy original manuscript of the written for Allah Subhana Allah. So Allah Allah works cuando la allowes Juan de la god cadburys give the gig this man he Daya to ask a priest to collect artifacts. Were in Iraq to go where to go to England to Birmingham, because that time margin of the university was there to Birmingham University and it was there lying there for 100 years. Final lying there for 100 years. Nobody looked at it

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even knew it was a and now allows wonder given that on the 22nd of July 2015, this old is written for an or part of the Quran would come to the attention of men. But to the attention of Whoa, not only occasional Muslims, non Muslims, Allah is gonna put this around in terms of non Muslims. Like our last round Allah put mu sinews ends,

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in the hands of the wife of around.

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So you see when we see things happening in the dunya, and we very sad about it, the way she's got all the arms in America control the world, you know, the Muslims are being oppressed Muslims. Hello, we should smile, you should be happy. Because we don't know unless great plan when you put Moza in the in the palace of Iran Who would have thought Moosa has become a prophet Subhana Allah,

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that Allah would speak to him

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without the job handle?

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So allows one that took this, I mean, how can we say every day you know, the waste of the colonialist they stole all the stuff from us, you know, when they when they conquered the Middle East, they took all the whatever we had books and whatever, they took it to England and took it to Berlin and they took it to Austria and they took it to Crusher and all over the Subhana Allah allows founders plan. Well, macatawa Corolla? Well, no, I'm not kidding. Oh, Parma you see what we don't realize sometimes as Muslims, we think that the waste controls the world. We think that America sneezes though we'll get a cold. This is how we we this is how we are beginning to think we don't

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think that it controls them. It's a lot of this plan this, this all comes from Allah. This is all part of this final letter to running now, the length of the Omar Mohamed Salah, which will come to an end and the world will come to an end. So things will happen very fast. But if we look at the Quran, and we look at our history, then we will see the divine hand in in history. So

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corn is found rangeland. SubhanAllah

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so of course we will the newspaper The most monks, the Jews in the Christian

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they will see that this Koran

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and that now confirmed

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Of course they've confirmed before also that the Quran which we have today is exactly the same Koran that was written down in the time of Muhammad Allah.

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But this piece of Quran is a special piece of spiritual piece of the Quran. First of all,

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by carbon dating and I have not I don't have I don't have technical knowledge of carbon dating, but I've heard of it a lot. And I've read about it a lot. It's very accurate to date documents, especially documents written on skin, cheap skin, the skin,

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they can they teeth with a 95% accuracy as to the date that that document was made. And what 95% accuracy, they say that this parchment this goat or sheep skin or whatever it is, was written between

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listen to this 568 and 645 after izalith latos law.

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when when when is the data is dated to have been written between 568568 is before the birth of the Nabi Salam isn't it?

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Look at me as if you say well, we don't know but you know, if you say so.

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You should know when was the Prophet born which year

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after he said

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five by 70570.

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So they say that this Quran was written between 568 and 645 in that period,

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which means that this Koran was the return

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in the time that the Quran was revealed to the navies of Salah because when did the revelation begin?

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Us born 570 and the revelation saw the

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16th Mashallah, Mashallah. Mashallah

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I feel good, you know, in my Jamal gives me correct answers. It's like a teacher, you know, to ask the questions and the Jamaat gives that he gave his students a correct answer and he is very happy.

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Of course, in our days when we gave the wrong answer, you know what happened?

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Still, so the Quran was revealed

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Then in from parts 40 years after the Navy Saul's birth when he was when age 40 and it went on for how long? Approximately 23 years up to 710 plus 23 as 33 proximately 733 36 Mashallah somebody says somebody is awake

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we woke up to the magic in your brain will stay warm

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so 16 plus 23 is 633. So this Quran was was written by hand in exactly the time between the birth of the Nadia Salaam and

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the time that the whole Quran was revealed to Muhammad Salallahu alaihe salam so heinola.

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Now the report in the press is that

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the script used in the writing of this foreign

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is they refer to it as the Hijazi script.

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I'm afraid there was no such thing as free jazz is corrupting the time with an abyssal Salah.

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So it is not called the Hijazi scripts.

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The script which is written in the time with an Abbe Alyssa Salaam was this script.

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And that script as certain peculiarities

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and it may be interesting if we can get this book by john Healy, and Rick Smith.

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That's called a brief introduction to the Arabic alphabet.

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And it gives you the history of this, the writing of the alphabet, and the writing of Arabic since before Islam. In fact, since before Italia, to Salah are the script developed up to what we have today. So this script is called ma il. ma il means leaning the Leaning script with religious leans towards the left and some some at a 45 degree angle. And this clip was used at the time of the Navy, Arkansas. This clip was used at the time of the Navy entities they own a Koran written in the script.

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It is the only Koran with it now discovered. This is the only Quran written in this particular script. And this was the script which the 40 scribes or the Navy Salam used to write on the Quran. So we can safely say Mashallah, that this Quran was written down by one of the 40 scribes as an IBO Adnan Salam in the presence of the Navy. So Allah salam, after gibreel at given the revelation to Muhammad, Allah Allah, Allah Subhana Allah

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can you imagine allows Allah says, In Zelda, as the clever in Allah who the happy don't allow for the law says, We have stained down this book we have sent down the script we have sent down this revelation what in Allahu Allah Have you done and we will protect it.

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And Allah protected way at the University of Birmingham so Allah doesn't have only safety deposit boxes in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait or

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allows one squander uses the world as a safety deposit box for the truth of our last panel.

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So there's my script then tells you immediately that this was written at that time, a time before then it is around during the nadie salam, and after the NaVi Ali Salatu was Salam. This is the same Quran

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and yeah, one can read Surah Taha

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Martin's olalekan Quran Allah Tasha, certainly. And of course, the translation is,

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of course, as you can notice, as you notice, there are no what they call diacritical marks

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or phonetic Mark phonetical marks on the script, there is no Fatah's and damas and casseras. And there are no

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dots noctus for the top two and for the three. Now they are just lines, they are just the words are written in lines. Why? Because the Arabs knew the language they knew they could read this very, very easily because the language they knew the words and everything, so they could read it. Only that when the same time of say North America to be distributed to non Arabs, that the critical marks and the dots were included in the Quran because of course you know this.

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Now, if you Google, the oldest Koran Google, they will of course show now that the the oldest Quran is the Quran with ages discovered at Birmingham University in the library, but the one before this, the oldest one, this is the oldest one

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Up to now, before they discovered the new one.

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And you can see that this script is a different script from my old script. This script as you can see, the words are

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they quite big spaces in between them. And they different. They don't lean. There is a straight up. This is called the Coolpix script.

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And before it was revealed it was known that this was the eldest Koran this copy is found in Berlin I think, at the at the this manuscript is in the university, German University.

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But that's correct only came into vogue into practice 100 years after the nebby Alice's salon. You can see what how lucky we are that we now have the Quran written in the time of the Novosel Salah while he was alive, it is obviously the one of the Sahaba it wasn't a copied was the original one of the originals written down in the presence of the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So even in the script, we can we recognize the age of the Quran that we visit, and we thank Allah, Allah for bringing this to our attention at this time, when there is so much doubt not only about the Quran, of course, but also about the Hadith of the Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wasallam.

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So I think it is the time

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that we need to celebrate.

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And it's also a time I think, when,

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as always, when things like this happened, many, many non Muslims become Muslim. So hon Allah, this is part of Alsace, a silence and re alpha Kofi and fullsteam Hata de Janeiro. Allah says, and we will show you, and we will show them sunnery him and we will show them how signs in themselves and in their environment to show them that this this, the N allows one this deenis of truth from a last pinata.

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So a lot of fun to get through this in Sharla find many, many of the of people become Muslim in Sharla to recognize that this is the final message in the truth from Allah subhanaw taala. And of course, they've already said this, the professor of Christianity and Islam at Birmingham University says that it confirms finally that the Quran that we have is exactly the Quran that was revealed to the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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I thought since we busy with manuscripts

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that I would

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talk about another manuscript to you. And I promised you that I was going to speak about I did a few lectures on what

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on a group called the Quran Yun if you remember, it's a group that totally rejects the Hadith is done. It is a solemn they say it's all fraudulent. Buhari, okay. In fact, I just received an email from that particular person that I mentioned before, to say that

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Buhari was a fraudulent Muslim is fraudulent, these are both frauds, that is that has misled the community. So of course it means it means that we have been misled.

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First of all, by

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all the Sahaba because it was the Sahaba who narrated the Hadith to us that came from the Nabi sallallahu wasallam.

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It meant that the people who follow this habit today they also came with lies, it meant that Mr. Mousavi Abu hanifa and all these people and all the great servants and scholars that we've had through the 14 and a half centuries, they all in league with each other and they all decided we're going to tell lies about Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam despite the fact that they had and also of course if we say that they lied about their howdy then was also said they lied about the Quran because the Quran was also written by the Sahaba leaves a swab from the Quran right? No could read he dictated and the Sahaba rota hora

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because they could write

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so it means it's a fallacious argument unacceptable and we reject that with a contempt that it deserves because it comes from so called Muslims who said in the Juma by the way

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why they come here, but welcome in any case

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Sorry, I would throw that remark. Apologize. shouldn't say that. That's wrong. That just wrong. Welcome everybody's welcome. And inshallah if I can convince you,

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then we ask Allah for guidance and guide you and guide you and guide all of us in shall do in fact to reject a hadith in totality.

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mean you know

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I quoted the verse of the Holy Quran in the beginning before I started my lecture and I said Allah, Allah says Muhammad Rasulullah one levena ma Hua Shi De Waal kusari Rama obinim. Allah describes the companions. Allah describes them. Those companions that we say, lied about what the Navy says. Alan said, Allah talks about those very same companions in the Quran. What does Allah say about him? Allah? Allah says Muhammadan rasul Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, one levena Mao and those with him.

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Those with him

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I should know either cooperia Rama Albanian, Allah describes them as severe against non Muslims loving amongst himself.

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So not only do they love the Navy saw Salah Not only did they love the Quran, but they love each other. So Pinilla

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Sima whom

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fee would

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taraba Rukh Khan's two gentlemen.

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We have a Kahuna problem in Allah He was the one you see them. Allah describes him Allah describes Allah says, you see them making sujood and ruku to our last panel.

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Seeking the blessing and the mercy of Allah

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Thema whom he will do, he will

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allow Solomon says and we look at their faces, you will see the signs and the marks of the sujood which they make to our last panel.

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So not only were they inwardly sincere and committed to Islam, if you look at them outwardly you will see the signs

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of Islam on their faces.

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And these harbor Bahamas asylum these companions of Muhammad Salah, which of course includes Abu Bakr and Omar and North man.

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They recognize that it was compulsory for them to obey Mohammed Salah lorrison.

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This Allah says two or three Allah, wa

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Allah says and obey Mohammed, obey Allah and obey

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that MP Mohammed Salah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. They believed that he was saying to everybody, very important they believe the world view is extremely important to understand the position of the Quran and Hadith in human history.

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And the world view included the view that Mohammed Salah Mohsen to all of humanity, Rama, Talal Ameen.

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In other words, they the companions are the duty to transfer the knowledge that they had from the Prophet and the Koran, to their generation, all of humanity that lived around them, and to the generations would come after the generation.

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And whose responsibility was to convey this message, the responsibility because they live with Mohamed Salah, they listened to him,

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they loved him as a loss.

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So with that responsibility, and that consciousness

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obviously what do they do? Isn't a visa Salam says, whenever he says I'm a believer, and he

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transfer knowledge from me, even if it is one verse. So this was the responsible, the responsibility was just not to memorize the Torah or memorize the Hadith, but they realize that that memorization had to be written down, and that memorization had to be transferred to the generations who should come after them.

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And also, I'm going to speak separately about the uncertain the muhajir rule.

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Unless there's one Latina turbo da da de man, I mean, probably your head bonamana de la him, wala g do refuse to do rehab Jemima otoo will soon Allah and foster him one. Okay, Nadeem Hassan. Allah describes the answer in the mohajir. Oh, Allah says the answer of Medina who accepted Islam and who invited the Prophet. Allah says, Allah Allah says about them when the margarine came from Makkah Subhana Allah there were too much love between them.

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That whatever they had they gave to the Mahajan even though they themselves needed so much love.

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I mean, normally when immigrants come or refugees come to your country, there is normally a Hadji says this is green Is this some kind of xenophobia that goes around, but he was nothing like that. Here was

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They will they will welcome and welcome them. The Mahajan from UK

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allow them to prosper and become rich. allow them the love to share the love of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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allow them to share the knowledge which they had or the enemies of Allah Allah.

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So today inshallah I will try and in the few minutes I've left, try and answer the third question, which I said it was going to answer that is that the Quran Yun says that they do not accept Hadith because Hadith was written down

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200 to 300 years after the death of the Navy, Salah Lhasa, they say the first time Hadees was written down,

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was 200 to 300 years after the demise of the Navy sallallahu sallam.

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And of course, the information they got from a non Muslim or non Muslims.

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But what is the truth of the matter? That's important?

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What is the truth of the matter?

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And I want to refer to this book, an introduction to the conservation of Hadith, in the light of the Sahaba of a man

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by one of the greatest scholars of the 19th century, Dr. Mohammed Hamidullah was

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from Hyderabad in India was at one time the ambassador of Hyderabad when Hyderabad was an independent state, to the United Nations.

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The Hamidullah,

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a doctorate from

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Berlin University and a doctorate from Sorbonne University. In in France, great scholar. He comes from a line of great scholars, and he was a great scholar himself. I was fortunate to have had him to house him in my house for a few days in the 80s. When he came to visit Cape Town, and spoke at the University of Cape Town. I never knew he was such a great scholar at the time, just thought he was a doctor. But Subhanallah after discovered what a great man, I've met panola

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doctor Hamidullah, a lot of hammer

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state as his task

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to establish the fact

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that the words of the prophets of Salaam was written down in his time

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in the first century, of Islam,

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and he went

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to the universities

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in Damascus,

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and in Berlin

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and discovered two manuscripts,

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copies of the original manuscript.

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And I'll tell you what the what these manuscripts contain.

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Abu huraira de la Taran is known to all of us because he was the most most prolific memorizer of a Hadith of the NaVi Aliso Salaam. He was a Yemenite, by the way, comes from Yemen.

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From the tribe of DoS attack, they lived on the Red Sea coast.

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And he came to Medina at the time of the Battle of haber.

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And he spent three years with an Abbe alysus slum, three years

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20 473 65 days of the year,

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he became a member of the new sofa, or the sofa were the people who dedicated themselves to the learning of Quran and Hadees

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and writing

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and they lived

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next to the house of the natives and Salaam in the magic of nabawi, and those of you who

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had visited Medina in the 60s and 70s. When I visited Medina, the first time was 19 1969 1970. Those of you will know that there was always a group of people sitting on a raised platform in front of the cover of the Navy arisa salaam.

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And they wore high faces, or black tall black men that that platform was the

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platform that these men occupied,

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they didn't work 24 out of 24 hours, they would sit there and wait for them to come out of results, and you teach them.

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So hon Allah Barrera joined that group. For three years he joined that group.

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And we get from him most of their hobbies ever memorized

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by one person more than 5000 hudy

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so he memorized both Hadith in the history of Islam, directly from the Nabi sallallahu wasallam. And from the Sahaba

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he had they say, a photographic memory,

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and of course, part of our life plan. Because we know there were others also who memorize Hadith from the Nabi sallallahu wasallam.

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There was Ayesha Of course of the ladies, there was many many of those haba but he has the reputation of having memorized most Hadees from the army sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And he died in 59, after the hegira In other words, he died about 50 years after the death of the Navy Salah. So, you continue to live after the Prophet for for 50 years.

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So 50 years he taught the a hadith which he learned directly from the mouth of the Navy Salalah Salah, but that is still

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by word of mouth. That is still not the Hadith which has been written down. So now we come to Ratan Hadid during that time. And the reason Hadees during that time started when

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abora received one of his kinsmen by the name of her mom, Ebony Mona Hanna Hey man, even when Abby was also your money, he was a young man. And he came to Medina after the death of the Navy so Salaam to learn a hadith from from his fellow countrymen, Abu huraira. And one of our era did for this young man is he wrote down in a book or in a

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wherever they voted on, he wrote on 140 Happy Hour, did you follow this very carefully. What I'm saying here today, at least you can buy the book

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which is

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that book

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he wrote down for this young man 140 Hadith, which of course, are burera, directly from the nerissa, Salah arisa. He wrote it down.

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And he gave it to his student hamama. To to,

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to memorize and to learn, and all the 140 ahaadeeth was on moral values.

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So yeah, it was a man

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who saw the Prophet, learn from the Prophet memorize from the Prophet

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then wrote it down and gave it to

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her mom, Illuminati.

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So now we have concluded that Hadees was written down in the first century,

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nearly after the death and during the time of the Navy, I can't go into those things that were written down in the time of interview someone but i'm, i'm giving an example.

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What happened?

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A Marina left, as I said, for 50 years.

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After his death, of course, her mom took over as a teacher and got many students from all over the Muslim world. By that time, Persia was conquered and the whole of Iraq and the Levant and Western armies went to Spain and all over the place and lots of these students came to Medina and hobnob kept us what is called Sahaja Sahaba. The Sahaba good Sahaba after he had the authentic collection

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of hammam given to him in the handwriting of Abu huraira radi Allahu taala

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this stuffer

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got lost gone.

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became untraceable, it became untraceable.

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All right, became untraceable.

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Dr. Hamid Allah found copies of this written texts of Hadith Where did you find it? One he found in Damascus University and one event in Berlin. And one was found in Libya, in Egypt at the library. But these are copies of the original Sahiba which are boring.

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I wrote for a student.

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But now how do we know that these copies was exactly the same? That was written Barbora for?

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How do we know how to how do we make that connection? That is, that is what I will talk to you today. How do we make that connection? Because you could say, well at last and so what somebody else wrote to us and we don't know whether it's original.

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So our doctor Hamidullah did.

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He went to go and he looked at all the Hadith that he found in this manuscript, it was 140 having this manuscript

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and he discovered, first of all that I haven't even humble you know, him. The students remember Sheffield,

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even though humble was one of the few more handy soon,

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or compiler compilers ahaadeeth at the time, who come who wrote his books in a way where he didn't read his books in terms of subject matter, but in terms of narrators.

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You open his book, what do you see? Babu or the Hadith? Baba Salah, or the Hadith, Barbuda, or the Holy Bible hides all the Hadith that was not written like this was written all the hadith of amaura all the hadith of

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all the hadith of sod in all the Hadees aside, say the ends of the other hadith of all the all the people who narrated it, so Hamidullah found that in

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Handel's Messiah, which is today, you can see that you can get on the internet. If you look under Abu hora and hamam, you'll find that

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there's a whole other info hub is written exactly as it is in the manuscript, which hamdulillah discovered in the 1960s exactly the same interest rate as it was written in

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the collection of Ahmed Muhammad. Now, if the original was lost, we did not get these 140 Hadith from

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because the manuscript was only discovered now in the 1960s.

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It meant

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that the students who studied under her mom memorized 140 Hadith.

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And they taught it to their students who taught it to their students. And eventually it got to Mr. Lambert

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and he recorded it

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which means there was a continuous chain

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of the Heidi right after gamma. And he compared Hamidullah compared the Amazon of the collection of Obama and Obama and the manuscript now newly discovered, and he put it together and he said exactly the same, not a word different hannula.

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Then he went to Buhari and Muslim.

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And he looked for everything. And if you buy this book, if you get on the internet, there's no kitchen, which is up there.

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He made three columns. her mom's 140 Bukhari and Muslim and exactly the same Hadeeth as Medina Hamlet was exactly written down by Muslim and by Bukhari. Now comes the now comes, now comes the miracle. But there had been written down in Bukhari and Muslim came from different chains,

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different people,

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different genes, but the Hadith exactly the same.

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which confirms that they are Hadith of the nerissa salaam, given by the Navy to the sahaabah. And authenticated by people like Buhari moose is exactly the word used by Mohamed Salah Lawson.

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And if you google this musona, you will find that

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90% of the entries will say that oh, this is a copy this is not the original etc, etc. and

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but not mentioning all these highways and byways that this Hadid went through when it came to final analysis together, they all the same.

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Now, give an example from my personal personal example. I was a kid, but 50 years ago,

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50 years, I mean, 50 years, you know, we say 50 years people say well, 100 years, you know, people memorize, the words get lost. Now, I'm giving you my personal example of 50 years, approximately 50 years 50 years ago, I was a young kid, and I attended a class

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in Claremont,

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where the teacher young teacher was my own age. My dad was a friend of mine and news he decided

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Come, I'll teach you how to

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say I remember

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in this class that was taught, we had to memorize the hudy.

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Now you can imagine, if you memorize it 50 years ago, what are the chances that you will remember it's 50 years later,

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especially when memories get weak, but I can go daddy and I beside the de la de la la, call Allah Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, man Robin C'mon Quran folio, a big fella, Mr. Fabulous. And he saw me yesterday. He was already called upon email

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I've memorized and checked last night, so let me go check it. It's in Muslim women Muslim. So I checked my memorization 150 years ago against the black and white copy.

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So the narrator was the same. The words was exactly the same. And my memory serves me correctly.

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That I thought every year or every day that's handed to somebody.

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People say well, how can people remember how they thought 100 years for 50 years? I'm example you have to memorize it for 50 years. You're gonna check it out.

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Because I believe that memorization of the Quran just is what it is unique. Muslims who do that will not forget it. This

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This is 100 so imagine that on a visa Salah he mentioned the status of the Sahaba

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I don't know what my fate is.

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Imagine the love that is a hotheads panel. So for people not to come in this age and to tell us you know, 100 years past 200 years when passing even if it wasn't written down even it was only written on 200 years after the death of the Navy so even the size

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of her mom was in prison.

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Right now Marina Ross was in prison on the eve of Abdullah

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Abdullah Abbas was in prison they all wrote all these habits I mentioned to all wrote down the Hadith which they heard from the Nabil, Salah Larsson and many others that went to the Nam Israel Rasul Allah, I want to remember I can't remember Okay, now right prophecy goes right into it.

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But the nervous system said, If you transmit Hadith from me knowingly, knowing that it is alive,

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make your place in

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Panama. Of course, you'll also read if you google this

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accusations made against Abu huraira

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the same accusations that are made against Omar and Abu Bakar and Boothman and many others have

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said they were just plain liars. The she I will say abora

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unexcited what he says, I shall conduct

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migration to the Shiite Shia brothers.

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Are you telling me that the Prophet surrounded him with life

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allows for honkala is Habib, these beloved surrounded him with all these men who

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have no visa some currency, it was so bland, he couldn't see that these peoples panel

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is this you're not accusing her of being a liar. You're accusing him of not being just don't worry about anybody. I've been wondering when I would be concerned.

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He will be concerned.

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And he had a special due alpha warrior and he praised him for the way that they memorize his hobby. And he loved what he was loved at the doorstep of the Navy colossal he lives inside the magic came three years of his life.

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And the only thing that these people can say the Quran Yun and the Shia and all the orientalist all the countries

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they just lied

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to fraud Buhari

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and I think the reason for this is that

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there are two reasons for this one is

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that people don't know and understand the Arabic language. That's number one. Number two is

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everybody wants to play God.

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That's my conclusion. People want to play God and better than God. Ours no however, I was God in the title of Mohamed Salah.

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I would not have surrounded him with Hamas in Abu Bakar is our chosen either people from

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Iraq it is not.

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Who was mohar who was Muslim the whole world

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It was him I'm sure he was

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like me, you

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and you know, I can't understand that people know they don't feel anymore there's no fear

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there's no more fear.

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You can see by the emails that I see no fear the way they insult the Sahaba

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belterra Abdullah Ahmad rubbish

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ALLAH forgive them

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just like that, just like that.

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Do what they're doing no idea what they think.

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Ramadan Rasool Allah, Dina Masha Allah, Muhammad, Allah talks about the Sahaba in the Quran.

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Allah says lovingly, they are loving amongst them, loving the prophets of Allah, giving their life to him. Why would a man give his life to a man and lie about handle?

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I'm saying this to you, because I wanted to convey these messages to your children, to your friends, to your family, to those you know, that we should be careful what we say.

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And we should make sure of our belief. Because ultimately, I'm not going to be answerable

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to you or to them. And you're not going to be answerable to me and to others. Ultimately, we have to answer our laws.

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Ultimately, we like to stand in the presence and in the court of allows and what are we going to say, and allows longer will say to you, you live in two to 2014

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you make no effort to learn my language, the language in which I reveal my poron the language of my beloved Prophet sallallahu I gave you the internet I gave you books, I gave you universities I gave you Allah gave you everything.

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Yet you come to me today

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with an empty book, having insulted the Sahaba having thrown

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dispersions or if you make or insulting the NaVi sauce Allah saying that he was just ipipeline it says he's a conduit.

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He added nothing of value to Islam or is he his only job was to give bring us the Koran full stop.

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Wanna Takuma Rasul Allah say to them? Didn't you read my karate to Amata Kumara Zulu? Didn't you read it I say say to you, Ma, Ma Ma taco. What ever I gave to him I gave to him, the way he walked away, he took what he said whatever I gave to him, take it from him. Allah says a command for Hulu take it from him

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manakamana Phantom, anyone ever you prohibited you from stay away from it? What ever you prefer to stay away from me and that is the foundation of our faith. That is the foundation of our belief. May Allah give us inshallah, that we appreciate, really appreciate all these numbers which was given to us this glorious book from a loss we would not have had it except through Mohamed Salah. And we will never understood it except for Bahama sauce alone. Because he was given the task of making us understand what the Quran was a bomb. Yes, a lot of people came afterwards to interpret the Quran. But the fundamental interpretation came from Mohammed says that was his job.

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His job was to, to bring the Quran and to explain.

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So we are lost on the given Sharla

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then we prize the ahaadeeth that we don't doubt of course there are weak hudy.

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But we have six books of authentic hadith Why was he talking about the wickedness when we now have six books of authentic hadith including Bukhari Muslim, why you concentrate on that which we know and Allah has told us that these don't come from the Navy. So lesson concentrate on the 1000s of a hadith which we know as a chain and unbroken solid chain that comes from the mouth of the release of Salam directly to us today. And that is part of the Quran is an extension of the Quran. Why? Because Allah says

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What does Allah say?

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In Hua ilaha

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illAllah Muhammad Hassan never spoke from his own self. Mohammed Hassan never said something out of his desire

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out of his house

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ainhoa illa Allah,

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Allah Subhana Allah says, everything which he said was revelation from me.

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Revelation didn't only come by jabrill revelation came through many other means to the novice as well. So everything and when Allah says, I will protect this revelation,

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Allah also meant

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that men will discover the fabricated Hadith and they will remove that

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from the hadith of Muhammad salah and finally will only get the pure Hadith which was actually said by the Nabi Allah salat wa salam. O Allah, Allah Allah wa salam aleikum wa