Maliki Fiqh – Part 2

Hamza Yusuf

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Allah Allah see the Mohammed Wiener and he will send him to slim and Katia

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will

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do

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the just before I go into the text, I wanted to cover a few things about the

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methodology of Imam Malik's school. All of the

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all of the the schools the four schools and and there were many schools when these four were formulated there was

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a man poverty had a school late at a school about our how the school

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there are many different schools but for

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whatever reasons the the

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the agreed upon schools became these four schools of what Hanif Mr Malik school in Manchester and then I met them and humble school are the Aloha who's me and so the

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Imam

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Imam Shafi wrote a very important book called the reseller, and in it he set down

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a methodology for interacting with the Quran and with the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And

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that methodology even though he is considered the founder of

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the other illuma we're using. The methodology is just hadn't been identified. It's like people speak language, and then grammar follows. So imaam Shafi, what he did really was in the same way that Aristotle codified the rules of logic, it wasn't that people you'll find logic all through Plato's

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dialogues with Socrates he's using syllogisms. In his, in his, in his reasoning, but Aristotle was the one that identified and gave it names, minor premise, major premise conclusion.

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So you'll see that so solid fact follows

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the methodologies that were being used and they had different methodologies. But the first and foremost was the the Quran was the primary source for Islamic legislation. And, and the second was that the the son of the prophet SAW I said him

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was the second source and then

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the image map,

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you have the PS and H map. So PS is, is using the Quran and the Sunnah and making an illogical reasoning. So, the Anima divide for instance,

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they divide

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intoxicants and narcotics, you have what are called muskie rods, and then you have more piedad, super ifix and then Mahabharata musi that which are narcotics. And and they classified each one of these. So for instance, hashish is not as severe severe it's, it's, it's not as severe as alcohol in the Islamic continuum continuum, but it's still considered prohibited. Because you have you have an apple, you do need Ashworth and what are the weather for per se, it causes a clouding of the intellect but without the same elation and intoxication that you get from alcohol, for instance. So by analogy, then even though Hamas is what's mentioned, and hammered as a muscular Coloma's, Karen

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hammer on Roku, hammer and heroin, you know, every mosquito, every intoxicant, is a type of hummus. So it doesn't matter if it's from grapes or dates, or barley, it doesn't matter what it's from it goes under that category, but by analogy,

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the reason is because of the effect that it has on the intellect on the alcohol. So by analogy, then drugs become prohibited. And that's how they work with the PS and then the is mat is what is agreed upon, there's a lot of debate about his mind.

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And whether or not there really is an age man, but there's definitely an issue of the Sahaba about certain things. For instance, when I might have been an hubub mentioned the Tatia Ibrahimi? Nobody, nobody objected. So,

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the and other examples like that, but the within the meth hubs, there's definitely an agreed upon opinion about things and then there's also things that all of them are in agreement upon. For instance, the prohibition of homosexuality.

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That's LA, there's no laugh about it so nobody can come. Like there's certain modern people that have written articles that there's, in fact, I saw in a book on Islam that was published in England by somebody saying there's nothing in Islam that condemns homosexuality. I mean, anybody can write whatever they want. But that's movement LA. So to deny that then is considered that you're actually outside of Islam, if you deny something that's agreed upon and known out of necessity, like every Muslim knows that every Muslim knows alcohols how wrong

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it's minute minute Dean rotten, it's just necessarily known.

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Then if you deny those things, however, if you deny, for instance, that one 30th of your wealth is an obligation to give, that's not known by necessity, that that you have to study to know that if you deny that cat, that's one of the five pillars but the actual amount of the zakaat is not known by necessity. So that's just ignorance, and somebody is excused for that type of ignorance in terms of tech field, so but once you get past those four, you you move into the

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the areas that are our, there's disagreement about them anymore. Malik uses certain things that the other imams don't use, and, and one of them and this is the most important for you to understand the methodology of the Maliki method. One of them is called the AMA of ln Medina. And Emma Matic considered Medina to have a unique status. That Medina was not like other places, there were 10,000 Sahaba that are buried in Bucky and

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it was the place where Abu Bakar and Omar ruled as Caleb's an earth man out of Delano, so, and part of Mrs. Hilda was there until he moved it to Iraq. So Mr. maryk, considered the the scholars of Medina to have a unique perspective on things because they did not simply read Hadees, or study Hadees, they actually experienced the practice of Islam as an animal that they were living Islam. Islam was not something like in books that you studied, it was actually things that people experienced. And there's a famous debate with the mathematic and one of the Iraqi scholars about the actual amount of the sign. And Emma Matic just told somebody in the in the was in the gathering to

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go get his side, the actual physical cup that he used to measure the grain for zakat. And he came, he brought it and then he said, Where did you get that? And he said, I got it from my father, and he's Where do you get it from? He got it from one of the Sahaba so he said, you know, you can debate all you want, we have the measuring tools of the Sahaba you know, and the same with the than he mentioned that

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he wasn't interested about what they said about these things. So that that aspect of his, his madhhab causes confusion for people, that when you have a sound heady, and the molecules say Well, we know that Hadees but we don't follow that. Hadees well, either Sahil Hadees Mohamed hubbie if the Hadith is sound and is my method, that's what Imam Shafi said, Well, that's true, but among Shafi left certain Hadees that were Sahih, because they contradicted other Hadees that were Sahih. So it's not absolutely true. What am Chaffee was saying is I'm going to follow the prophets Eliza number four, I follow the opinions of others. And humble says the same thing I'm a little bit humbled

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prefers a weak Hadith,

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which more falls into the category of Hassan and his methodology, but he prefers a weak Hades, over the opinions of people. About hanifa Delano rejects many, many Ahad Hadith, because they don't follow Kawai that he

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firmly believes are established in the Quran. So this idea that you just simply follow the Hadith without being able to do some haze or some kind of

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horrible law of the Hadees you know, where you put in a sieve and, and sort it out. And there's a famous story of a weapon who was one of the great scholars of the Maliki method. And he was he's also one of the original of Hari, even what have been new,

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just untold numbers of Hadees. And he became confused and he actually said that he memorized so many contrary produce that he helped. You know, he said I became confused. And he said, but thank God for Malik because he went to Moloch. And he would say these Hadees and you'd say leave that Hades.

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That had to leave that and he and he helped him sort out these Hades amatic had been a possum said when after Malik died he went into his house and found stacks of heartbeat that he never related. And people used to say to Malik, you know, so and so relates that Hades Why don't you relate it and he said

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you know, anybody that relates everything he knows is a fool.

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In other words, some things he might not have did not consider a weighty enough for him to, to teach. If you look at them wapa he spent 40 years honing the Malta down over 40 years and there's about 1700 Hadeeth in there 700 of which are actually not even Hades but rather sayings of the people of Medina. So Emma Malik was very influenced by the the scholars of Medina who believed that the religion was about action. It wasn't about information. And that's why for him far more important than amassing lots of Hadees. And knowing all these different opinions was the actual What do we practice because he really saw the deen as a practical matter, and he was not interested in

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those type of hairsplitting debates. He disdained asking about things that hadn't occurred. And when people would ask him about things that hadn't occurred, he would ask them, has this occurred? And they would say no. And he said, Well then

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come back when it's happened. And we'll talk about it. Or when people would want to debate with him, he would say, go to Iraq, you know, just go in there because they like debate, but in Medina, they don't like debate.

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He also said that, that argumentation is not from our religion. They said Lisa, G, datum and Edina if you say, argumentation is not our from our religion, he would leave if people started debating something, he would literally get up and leave. He also a man came to him once and said,

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I want to debate you. And he was from the mafia. He was from a sect of Muslims. And Mr. Malik knew that he was from that segment. He said, what what do you want to get out of the debate? He said,

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Well, if I if I win the debate, you follow me? And Malik said, and if if I win the debate, he said, I'll follow you. And he said, What if a third person comes in debates us and and he beats us, he said, then we follow him. He said, you're going to be on a new religion every day of your life isn't what what I know is what I know. And I'm not interested in debate. So Malik was really he wasn't looking for something new. He had inherited a school from the Tabby who took it from the Sahaba. And he really felt that the corpus was there. It was just a matter of learning it and teaching it and transmitting it. That's That's how he understood his, his, his school and so

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as as the one of the reasons why it spread so far and wide was because he was in Medina and he was known as an animal Medina which is the, the the scholar of Medina and there's a hadith in tirmidhi. It's a sound Hadith, and the prophets Allah said, I'm said

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that there's coming a time soon when people would strike the you know, the sides of camels, yellowblue, buena, acrobatic Liberty upto buena, em, and they'll seek knowledge. And he said for linear Judo, and I'm, I'm an animal Medina, they won't find anybody more knowledgeable than the scholar of Medina. And the aroma of the time said, we we understood it to be Moloch because there was nobody that got that.

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That lockup, you know, that nickname

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other than Malik. And another thing that's very interesting about Malik and it's one of my favorite stories about him that he had a

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arrival, who was another Mohandas who Malik didn't really like very much and the other men didn't like Malik It was kind of a mutual thing. But

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he, he said about when when Mr. Malik wrote them wapa

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and he called the motto which means the well trodden path is this is the way that many many people have gone before.

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When he wrote them what he put it out and it had an amazing acceptance when people started writing more buzz. And

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somebody came to him he said, Catherine wattpad You know, there's a lot of waters now, like you started this thing, and now there's a whole bunch of more buzz and eema Matic said he didn't say anything other than he said my candelilla demo what tussle

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Americana lady land cut down fossil, what's for Allah will continue on and

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remain and and what is for other than Allah is severed and cut off. So, I mean he was pretty much just leaving it to you know if I was sincere in this allow give it telethia and if I wasn't, then it won't get that trophy. So it doesn't matter what people do in the end it's whether Allah accepts it or not. And that was his view about it. So the Mata

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is is not the basis of the madhhab it's it's it's

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it definitely has a lot of the opinions it has some opinions that are actually not

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Malik's opinion, sometimes he points them out other times he doesn't. For instance, people that argue for bubble argue that the pub is in the water, but in the Madonna, which is the authoritative book of Maddox, it's they don't have public that has said that. So that's an example but Emma Manik would use that he put in the water several Hadees to show people that he knew that had these and that he despite that he wasn't using the heady. So

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another example is the masala which Mr. Malik focuses on muscle has more than the other he moms so he is he believes that the shediac is essentially there to serve human beings and and things that are beneficial to human beings that can rationally rationally be discerned should be incorporated into the law. And that's why public welfare is so important in his madhhab.

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The what's called Musleh heart He also has because he has an immense amount of water. And

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Sharon, he says his email is all muddy. It's it's really following the Metalab of Satan Omar. He also has what's called Sadat Daya, which is to cut off pretexts

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when he when he worries something will lead to something else, he might have a legal ruling that in normal circumstances wouldn't contain that ruling. So an example of that is Mr. Malik considered at my crew to fast the six days immediately after Ramadan after that he and the reason that he did is he said that he was afraid that people would actually consider that part of Ramadan. So

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that's cutting off that pretext. So the idea that he does his death sandwich is equity is another aspect of his method, where sometimes

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he will prefer a position that follows the spirit of the law more than a position that follows the letter of the law, because sometimes following the letter of the law can actually lead to an unjust ruling. And so when he sees that he'll he'll actually move towards a ruling that

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that is closer to the to the passage or the spirit of the law. So

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the if an eye shadow basically gives us a

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one story I want to

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Yeah, another aspect of the Sadat daraya is that he prohibits the selling of weapons when there's civil strife. So it's actually how long to sell. Normally, it's permissible to sell weapons. But when there's when, when there's civil strife, when people are actually killing each other. He says it's hot, um, because he's cutting off the pretext of that he also prohibits giving gifts to public officials.

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So you can't give a gift to somebody who's in a government position, just as a here hat, Merry Christmas or something because of the possibility for corruption, and then that person feeling like they owe you a favor because that's the nature of gift giving, is that people feel indebted to you. And he has several other examples

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of that.

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But in my medical Delano of all the,

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of all the,

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of all the moms I think probably the the distinguishing

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factor in Moloch is that he is uniquely from the Imams that have become canonical he is uniquely the only one that is considered a Master muhaddith and a Master fapy none of them have that status of what hanifa was and we had this but he was not at the level of Imam Malik. He's not even I met him and Hanban who was a more head death.

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his, his his, his his Muslim that contains many, many weak Hadees. And he did not have the critical

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Why isn't there a humbling class were in the camp?

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Is there any humble is your humbling?

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Huh?

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Well, you're definitely a minority. I mean, I don't I know, you know, we can't. It's hard to serve we don't have there's very few humble is.

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I mean, in the Muslim world, there's a handful of humble is in Syria and,

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and in Palestine. And then there's handlers in Saudi Arabia, and in Kuwait, and a few in papa. And that that's pretty much it. So the majority of Muslims that we serve are Hanafi, Shafi and Maliki. We don't you know, I met in Bahamas and he mom, but there's just there's not a lot of hand bellies. So.

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I mean, I think you'd have to go maybe to Saudi Arabia or something and find a teacher, because I don't know any humbly teachers in the US.

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And I know one student of the 100 iF madhhab.

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From the Americans, he lives in the Emirates, and that we don't I mean, we don't have trained teachers that could even teach the humbling.

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So

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yeah, he was a master of Hades.

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But his his phip is not at the level of Imam Malik. And the same is true for Imam Shafi, who was a fucky and a master of luck. But his Hadith is not and this was other points out in Octave and medallic that Imam Malik uniquely had that mastery of these two fundamental sciences. Mm hmm.

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Exactly. That's the way they look at it. They like Mr. Ahmed was had this puppy image Chevy supima had this puppy muhaddith. But Mr. Malik, goes both ways. Yeah, he goes both ways with equal dexterity.

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He's the only one that has that McCombe. And that that's agreed upon, you know, nobody debates that. Now the other thing about EMA medical Delano is that he he did not teach Hadeeth in his fifth class.

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So he actually didn't mention Heidi's in his fifth class. If you go through them walked by, he doesn't mention Hades. And that's very important because one of the things that people say about fifth is like, Where's your delille?

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You know, that this is a very modern kind of thing. What's your delille ship was not taught with delille The delille was the factories that was teaching the phip like you know, Matic is the delille. You don't know Heidi's without EMA Malik. And to learn how these and you have to study also, you can't because it's not simply here's your DLL, sometimes the DLL is very subtle. It's it's not. Sometimes the DLL relates to the fact like for instance, Abu huraira is a muhaddith. But he's not a copy of a hairdryer or rarely gave fatwa he did give her to her but rarely, so when when our Herrera has a hadith that has faith in it, the the moms will not necessarily take that Heidi, for

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instance, Abu huraira used to

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do his boo boo up into his arm.

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Because the province of lysozyme said to museography karate, you know like if you that on Yama piano the people of will do are known their whole Mahajan. They come with white arms and white faces and white feet so the Prophet knows them through that. So the prophesied said about doing the Hadith that to increase in your hoorah. So a Herrera understood that to mean to go beyond the elbow. None of the other Sahaba understood that. So the Imam Malik said that's not what it means. It means to do whoo on top of Budo

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doesn't mean to go because the sun has to go up to the elbow. There's no Hadith that indicate the Prophet. So there's an example of a Sahaba who understood something but his fifth

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I have that Hadeeth and I should correct it I will Herrera in several instances. And like she said he misunderstood the Hadith. So Abu huraira was a transmitter of Hadith and not necessarily a puppy the way that they that alum, understand this is that they say the muhaddith is like the pharmacist, and the fapy is the doctor. The pharmacist gives the the the medicine, but it's the faqih that prescribes it. And so the muhaddith is not really somebody who's necessarily

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understands the fifth of what he's teaching. So, now, we're going to go to the that chapter on it's called mapa de moto minute also the more inner term fee for a a and it will slowly This is a an introduction to the soul

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of

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which is very basic, but it's important for us.

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And the first thing that he says

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is that the the HIPAA bellhawk more official a HIPAA babina l hook mo the hokum is a legal ruling in Sharia, and the legal ruling is Kitab rabina. It's a statement from Allah subhanho wa Taala and mapa de Ferran animal, Calif. tona. That has to be acted upon by anyone legally responsible. So if you are legally responsible, the macula is somebody who reaches puberty. puberty is known by the signs of puberty,

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the underarm hair, the body odor changing breast development, the the, the the hail, for menstruation for the girls, and then the many which is seminal fluid, and then a change also in the throat, you know, where they get the Adam's apple.

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So the these these are the signs but in the malic effect, there's a Philip is at 15 or 18. If you don't get any of those signs, even Asher says that it's 18 so a person if they don't have any signs of puberty at the age of 18 whether they have them or not, they begin

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a mocha lab so they have a tech lead statement. So the tech leave is is your legal responsibility to fulfill whatever Allah subhana wa tada has joined in you, you're part of Ben Oh isn't an OB welder. He the suburban Oh, Sharpton are the many. So it has forms that are five a command and authorization a stipulation. So the follow up is where you're commanded to do something if Allah subhana wa Adana says that you have to you know,

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could you buy an ECMO cm you know, fasting is prescribed upon you so that that's Allah subhana wa tada has given up and then an authorization that even comes with

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the the permissibility to do something because sometimes things are not permissible. And other times, they are so the Allah subhana wa Diana's many, many things are MOBA. Allah says, you know, cooler was horrible eat and drink, but not to access or be watery. So a stipulation has either suburb,

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short, or a prohibition. So for instance,

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the sub would be When, when, when, when, when, when the Sun reaches the, the zenith, right at the zenith 90 degrees.

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At the point, it reaches one degree away from that 90 degree. So at the 91st degree in the heaven, which is four minutes, technically, after zawada. At that point, that is a suburb for the obligation of the whole, that's called a suburb, is a suburb for the obligation of the whole before that, there's a manner so there's a minute, so sub minute are related. So before that you cannot pray the whole, there's a manner.

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And so Allah put that as a sign. And also a condition of the horror is that it enters in the time that's a condition or that you're in whew, that's a condition. It's a short, short to satisfy your article. So it's a condition of the validity of your prayer is that urine will do or if you had janemba, that you remove the gennova through hustle, if there is no water, you did it temporarily through time. So these are the ways in which the hokum of a law becomes applicable.

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Through thought of isn't and then the ones that have sub sharp or manner of preventative?

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Does everybody understand that?

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Any question

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about that? Okay.

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Uh huh.

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No, that's when it becomes obligatory. That's a sub, but it goes all the way to in the Maliki madhhab. To right before the awesome. All right. Do you can pray anytime during that period?

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No, no, that's just the beginning. Yeah, that's the beginning. The suburb for the obligation of the heart is a one degree movement away from the cup of the summer.

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Then it's a manner then then the you cannot pray. It's how long to pray it. Yeah.

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Uh huh. I'm gonna do that when we get to the the prayer times because Malik's prayer times are the most lenient of all the methods. And the he's

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it's one of the areas where he's very, very generous. So

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and then he says up Tomahawk mushara, you have certain forearm for Don Juan Edwin Waka karahan haraam. So the the categories of legal rulings in the shediac are five There are five categories for which is also called whadjuk. In the Hanafi, madhhab.

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hanifa distinguishes between farbe and YG. YG was more like synonym or ekkada in the Hanafi madhhab. So for instance, our hanifa says it's word for a man to wear the hat in the prayer, which is why you always see Hana fees, even though put a handkerchief on their head, but he doesn't mean followed. This is these are technical terms, but in the market, you might have thought and wajib are synonymous.

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So the neck bone is men do all right.

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Which is also called some by you know, most Muslims call, like the prayers that you pray before the hot and after the most Muslims call those. They're actually called naskila. Right? Because there's the medic is distinguished between a Sunnah and annachi law. And then they have pseudonym I could that unathi don't like it. So those are called Navid. omaka. But in the in the language of common people, they're just called some

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robotic Yeah.

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So and then you have cut Aha, which is discouraged. My crew something is my crew.

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Well, I'll explain all five minutes in a second how they relate and then find the hot on which is a prohibition. Now the way to understand these the best is this form is that if you do it, you're rewarded if you leave it, you're

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you're punished.

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I mean, maybe or maybe not, but there's a punishment that entails leaving it men do you're rewarded if you do it you're not punished if you if you leave it

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MOBA neither nor

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right the MOBA is is neither nor because he says to me, Baja is the next one, neither nor, and then the the Corolla. Ha, you're rewarded if you leave it, but you're not punished if you do it.

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And then the harm you're punished if you do it. And you're also rewarded if you leave it with the NEA if it's something

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No, no, no man dude was associated with a punishment. It's extra.

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I mean, the reason men do was important and now if you don't sonnen is because they they act as a

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they redress the shortcomings of your father.

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So the first thing you say after you finish your father prayer, what's the first thing that you say and the son stopped for a lot and the reason you say I stopped a little lies because your prayer is never what it should be. So the shortcoming of the prayer is something that is redressed by the extra x that you do have Mm hmm. No, we are the lanu likens it to the prayer as a gift, but the sun is the wrapping that you wrap it in to bring it to the king and even though the wrapping is extraneous, people always like gifts wrapped. You know, it's it's an it shows that there was more love in the gift than just giving the gift. So

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He likens it to that, that the the the extra acts are ways of embellishing what you have to do.

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And then he says For more on Jism a command given resolutely is fuddled, so in the Quran when Allah uses a command, for instance, when Allah subhana wa Donna says, you know that

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if there's a what's called Amara in the Quran, it almost always means because of an obligation, you know partido feasability Ly, you know, struggle in the way of Allah Cogito, it doesn't say

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minute, minute by tube, load or party donor or into catatonia would be good if you struggled. Then say that it says party roofie CBT la alladhina Luna colmenar kofod, for instance, or it says Aki masala, you know, establish the prayer, it doesn't say

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no, it would be good if you establish the prayer No, apy masala, so, when that's resoluteness that's called jasm. So when the hokum is Jasmine, it's considered fall. Now there are times when the the,

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for instance, the prophet said come to unhackme and zeolitic obor for Zoo Ha. I used to tell you don't visit graves because he was worried about the jolly practices once the Dean was strong and he wasn't worried about the shark that was involved in things like that. He told people visit the graves and he used an imperative mode command bottom.

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He's but that's not an obligation.

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This is not it's not an obligation. The Quran says kulula shabu eat and drink but not to access that. I mean, obviously you have to eat drink, to stay alive. But eating and drink the Command T in drink doesn't mean you know that it's imperative at at all times to eat and drink or whatever. So it has to be understood within the context. But when it is resolute like that, then it's considered followed and then do an adjustment do

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when it's other than jasm. It's men Dube, so it's either son or nephew da depending on that and do ne mcru han Omar hotman Heron if there's a prescription if it's if you're told not to do it, it's for it's for Cara here unless there's a proof that it's for tattooing because that is the hardest thing to establish in also that something is haram is the most difficult thing to establish to say something is hot um you have to have a strong proof because the dominant opinion is things are halaal unless there's a proof that they're hot um because Allah subhana wa tada created everything

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in the in the heavens and the earth for humans

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so and then he says, The moon or what Hey, he mobile home that amount,

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an authorization of either or is merely permitted. So when when it's, it's you know, a law says Hulu was horrible eat and drink, that means everything is allowed to eat and drink unless there's a paid. So in also you have generalizations on home and hostels, you have it luck and happy so you have something that is absolute, and then you have something that's restricted. So when Allah says eat and drink that's, that's up level he up Apple, how come he he, he made it absolute, it's unrestrained. But then there's things in the Quran that tell you what not to eat. And there's things in the sun that that tell you what not to eat. And because of that, that the those become exceptions

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from the general rule that everything is allowed to eat or drink except for wine, right? Because originally, I'm an amateur chef and it's it's a it's an evil unterman tahune you know, are you going to leave it like I've told you to leave it? So that's an example of

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and then he says, well for Lucas Manik if I own wine, we Ashman and Medusa net and B then the the the obligations are of two types collective and individual. a fork is Italian or Anna Cooley Muslim and mocha love. It is an obligation upon every adult, Muslim male or female unless there's a proof otherwise, like jihad is not an obligation on the women unless the city's attacked directly. Because the prophets have said that a lot didn't. There's

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He said the Jihad of women was Hajj, the father is his key fire. And the four key fire goes under the Bab of jihad in books of phip. That's when they talk about followed keyfile because Jihad itself is a foreign key via, which is to defend the lands of the Muslims. And that's obviously they're incomplete. If they're being attacked, then and it's not enough for a group of people to do it, it becomes incumbent on even the women at a certain point. So the key faia are things like engineering as a foreign key via medicine as a part of Kiva. All the things that help us society,

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flourish and human culture to flourish, are actually can fall into that category.

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And, and the fall behind are those things that Allah has made incumbent on everybody. The the fourth dine are six basic categories. But the most important thing is learning the what you have to do to fulfill your religion. And and that's why prayer and fasting is for dine on everybody who's an adult who prays in fast, you have to know the basic rules of praying. In fact, a lot of Muslims don't know these rules. So they're considered athame. It's it, they're in a state of sinfulness until they learn the rules of praying.

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And then also the same is true for fasting. Because there are rules that go with fasting that if you don't learn them, your fasting is incomplete. And the same is true for Zakat and for Hajj.

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And then, it's also a thought and to learn anything that you go into, like if you're going to get married, you're supposed to learn the rules of halal For instance, if a man is hired, there's not just for women, a man is supposed to learn the rules of Halo two because they apply to him in marriage, otherwise, they don't apply to them. If you if you are going to enter into commerce, then you have to learn the rules of buying and selling because there are rules that are related to that. I mean, he says earlier, your paper, he says in the in the in the Bab of console, he said you'll prefer O'Meara Hatoyama lovina hakama, he does not do anything until he knows the ruling the legal

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ruling in that thing. So it's actually incumbent upon Muslims to know what the legal ruling of something is to know what the legal ruling of I mean, a lot of people come and listen are amazing the rules of the tongue. The borrower, which you're studying the book on the rules of parents, is very important to know like what you owe to your parents, because your parents have immense rights over you. And those rights have been codified in the shediac. So the the Keifa and the EIN are very important. The basic rule is the the AI needs a proof that it's a fall behind the profit size M said in even imagine a famous Hadith portable admin for reluctant adequately Muslim men. And then it Raja

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the Hadith, which is something was added by the watts one Muslim just to emphasize even though it was understood man and woman, but that was added to emphasize that. And that's why the Hadith is related with men and women, the learning is an obligation on every male and female you have to learn. And so seeking knowledge is incumbent, it's a foreign time to seek knowledge. Even the owner said it's permissible to disobey your parents in seeking followed by knowledge, if they say no, you can't go study, and then and you don't have that knowledge is permissible to disobey them in that that's how important it is. So that is a basic, he's giving you a really basic primer on, on

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understanding also. But the beauty of this is every single thing in the world goes under one of those five categories. And you can add to that,

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you know, somebody who knows about the unknown or facet and slowly, you know, which is like certain marriage contracts or are invalid.

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And so those are the two that are added on to those five things.

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So anything that you can think of what's the legal ruling of

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you know,

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using paper cups is definitely my crew, I would say because, you know, it leads to is set off the type of extravagance and anything that's extravagant is so everything has a legal ruling. What's the legal ruling of using a microphone in msgid the ultimate permitted because you can raise your voice in a machine even though it's my crew to raise your voice in a Masjid

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and, if it if it does touch which it can be reached a level of prohibition, but to teach using a microphone is permissible

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In the masjid, if it's not during times when the prayer is is going. So those are examples, everything has legal rulings.

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I mean, if it's if it's, you know, you can ask doctors what levels of decibels are. And if it's going to hurt the ears, then it enters into the hot arm.

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So and unfortunately, there are places where the decibels are too high. That's true. But I mean, you can if it's harmful, generally it's either mcru or haram depending on the the degree of harmfulness. Do you know but but any law, whatever there are, there is no harm and there's no reciprocating harm. That's a Qaeda in Hawaii that suppiah that's, that's a strong tie that there is no harming and there's no reciprocating harm. So anything that you'll do is something that [???]tier does not encourage, unless it's in the very thing itself, you know, like, sometimes there are things that you have to do that the, the, the harm, the benefit that's derived from the thing is greater than the

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harm incurred. And then these are a lot of it's common sense. I mean, a great deal of or soul is really common sense. Which is why it's a great gift to have common sense.

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It's very uncommon. Yeah.

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I mean, common sense is the idea of, of your, your five senses working together, you know, so that you're kind of in a harmony that was the common sense was like the it was it was it was everything working together, because these are all inroads for knowledge, your eyes, you see, you hear, touch taste, like, you smell something, and it doesn't smell good. Common Sense says don't eat it. Which is why the rods like in the Chevy madhhab things that the self naturally is repulsed by he considers prohibited.

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Because it's common sense if something smells bad. Now, obviously, there's taste involved. I mean, a lot of French cheeses smell horrible, but people eat them anyway. Right? So there's an order that goes under those categories. And that's why Mr. Malik says these things are out of issues because some people consider it certain things disgusting and other people like them. So, but there there is definitely a common sense element here.

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The next section, is there any questions on that section? Mm hmm. When I talked about what

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Well, there's things that the Prophet did a lot of them that are mcru to do, but he did them to show that they weren't hot. Um,

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no, not in a sirata llama.

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Unless it's in the negation letter Fado.

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Normally lead to follow if it's an AMOLED. It's for the heading but not always.

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You see what I mean?

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So the armor can be for my crew, but it's with the negation.

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Yeah.

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Oh, that's a good Yeah, no, that's, that's a that's an interesting example, that our pa or the lanu considered at macro. But he derived it not from the AMA. Yeah, that's a good example.

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otha Delano Pato voc urban Albion aka Mr. Quran says about that, that artha from min deputies hook he stopped Raja Tara here.

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And but he took it from a hadith

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which is length of the rainbow email Allah, you know, don't strike the maid servants of Allah. And then another one, he said Accra Whoa. and yelled the Rebbe? hadoken I had a wholesome meal. daijiro Have you ever had an aha it's distasteful to me that one of you should strike a maid servant and then sleep with her at the end of the day. In other words, there's an incompatibility with intimacy, love and intimacy and with violence. I mean, that's pretty much what the prophet slicin was saying. So APA understood that even though it says, well, buddy boonah to strike them, it's really tapped them because thought can be a tap like in Tam, mon they call it a little bit. Tallulah withania

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It's a tap. So dark doesn't just mean hit, it can mean tap in Arabic. And and it's closer to, you know, it's it's it's like a it's like a slap on the you know, I mean, you see it in, in, in, in films and things. Yeah, yeah, you see those films where the woman's hysterical and the men like slaps her and suddenly she's like normal. It's it's that that is basically

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that's the extent of what was possible but the idea of violence being associated with was totally how long nobody's ever in the history of Islam said that domestic violence was unacceptable nobody in the history of Islam I don't know any item who's ever said that you can beat a woman beat her? Nobody, all of them even even our boss. I mean, if you look, you know, his thing about the Miss whack is a clear indication that they all had problems with the verse. You know, it's like this can't mean because the purpose of a home is Sakina the test cuando la Ha. The purpose of marriage is that you protect a woman so if you become the, the, the source of her fear, something's gone deeply

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wrong. Yeah.

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Yeah, if they use that over auto therapy and morality, that's, that's true. But if you look that Hadees which is in audio about that our the audio will buckers commentary of testimony, if you look at his commentary on that, no, sorry. If you look at the noun in my booth, which is even payment Joza. He says the meaning of that is layers, layers arrow and Barbie and marotti. A man's not asked about hitting his wife after it's happened if people hear about it, because it would lead to backbiting against her. So it's to protect the woman. So because if you ask why do you hit her and you say, oh, because she did this out of the other he's exposing her faults.

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That's what it meant.

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You know, people misunderstand this religion. I mean, that's why you need odema I mean, if you don't have

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a story of what

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the hijab

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Oh, are you Joe? Yeah. Joe.

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So he hits her with the

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the twig Yak cut Yeah, he took 100 and bound them to get and they were grass it was grass just to get out of the novel.

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Yeah, it was grass was very soft

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Yeah, no, no, it's very clear. I mean, I it's it's just outrageous that that any Muslims could argue. Domestic Violence. It's outrageous.

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Yeah,

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exactly.

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No, it's really it's very troubling.

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Probably never hit a woman or a child or a servant ever let me out but it was a little light and rotten. What I would have been what I would have been up, up. I mean, it's emphasized ever he never hit. And what about Canada comfy Rasul Allah is what one has, and you know, you have in him the best example. I mean, he's the best example.

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And he said Lamia video about the auto comb. The best amongst you would never strike a woman. I mean, he said that that it's something low. He said Mara to unluckily Lee looked in min Kunta. I haven't seen any creatures, more possessive of a man of intellect than you women. I'm lucky I mean, couldn't led looked in somebody who has intellect if you and so somebody that doesn't have intellect is like a beast. They control women, but people that are sensitive people that have intellect tend to be controlled by women.

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You know that that's that's more their nature is to submit to the

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and that's the way the prophets I sent him was that he thought when he said he was very important to him to make sure that they were happy.

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So anyway, we come to the book of purity now kitahara taharah in the Arabic language, it relates to the lafa cleanliness. And but the taharah is a what they call sefako kamea is the backhoe

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Now you know minette had that he will have it. It's a quality illegal state that you're in, that permits you to do what would normally be prohibited because of Hadith or habit, Hadith or those that are the occurrences that happen biologically.

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From you know, like urine feces, wind,

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those things that put you in a state in which you lose your will do or hustle.

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And then the habits are impurities. So you have some feces on your on your robe or something the Hata removes that. So now water so that this is this is basically the reason the books have begin before we'll do about the hora is because you need to know

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how what water is, is you know what's called pot here and what the whole there's two types of water in terms of purity by here is water that is a hidden it's pure and you can use it for add that the hold on is water that's pure that you can use for add that and a bed that add that are like everyday things. So if water if you put rose water into water, it's thought here on but it's not the whole it's it doesn't purify other things so you can't use it to remove

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NASA and you can't use it to do will do or something like that. Because it doesn't have that purifying element that the water does normally. So if you

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so he says here for sinuata sarataro to be my minute. Are you ready Shay in sedima Natalia Robbie Nelson Tory ha opa hidden the Addison pasado ha Illa de la azimuthal it become overwritten from Tonka AB. So he says that ritual purification is obtained through the use of pure water that is free of any alteration by something that changes its taste, smell or color. So water should not smell if it's good. If it's pure water, it shouldn't have a taste waters it. I mean, it doesn't have a taste like other things have a taste, obviously, that water, you know, you can taste water, but it doesn't have

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you know, it, it's just water. I mean, it doesn't have that taste that other things have, and then that it doesn't have a smell. So if it has any of those three, one or more of those three things, it loses its the hoodia. If, if it's impure because of an impurity, then it loses its, its bahariya. It's not by him. So the bahariya is the ability for it to remove impurities

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of habit or habit. And then the bahariya is is the that you don't use it for even add that you don't drink it, or put it in food or cook with it or something like that.

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And last

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is so he says if it's if it's safe from impurity niches, and we're going to do this in a second, if it's safe from impurity.

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If it changes because of impurity, then it's discarded. But if it's changed by a pure substance, then you can use it for conventional daily non devotional uses. Illa either lezama hopefully be unless it's something that becomes an intrinsic property like rust. Like if it has rust color, do you know, then it's still the whole or, for instance, if it has a smell like arsenic or sulfur, like certain you know, if you're in a place where the water is sulfuric, then that's something you'll azimo philology, it's always with it. So that's considered and now, I mean, chlorine is part of, you know,

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it, it's just yeah, it's used as a mole for the olive and it's done for muscle hat to protect people. So this if it has a chlorinated smell, I mean, I would not use like pool water to do will do if it's got chlorine in it, you know, because because

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there's no necessity to do that if you have other water to do it.

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I mean, what I would do is I would wash with it and I wouldn't, I wouldn't use it in your mouth because the mouth is only

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Yeah, I would do that before I would use I, you know, I'd been in the water

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well, for instance, no, you find places where water has rust in it because of where it's flowing from zero. I mean, so they're there, they're there. For instance, because of pipes, you get that redness.

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That that's still pure water.

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This is about water. Yeah, I mean water. You know, water is the foundation of our religion without water. I mean, everything's based on water, our life is based on water, our prayers based on water.

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So water is very important.

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You know, water is going to become increasingly important too, because water tables are all dropping and you know, the Wars of the 21st century are probably going to be water wars. Water Conservation is part of our religion. Also, the prophets lysozyme said that it was you know, he said it was Fiske to wastewater, even

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in a river, like, because people could say if he said that, they say, Oh, well, he was living in the desert and you know, but he said, What Oh, Allah, natron, Gary, you know even if you're on a flowing river to waste water is is sort of you know, it's just

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one Oh, Anna Hernan jetty. That's what he said. I mean, that's so clear that it's about conservation. It's not about you know, desert and,

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and we waste a lot of water. I mean, the average person uses six liters. To do Whoo. And you can easily do with with half a liter easily.

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It's probably maybe a little less.

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That was half a liter. Yeah, around there.

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Yeah, water is pure. That's, it's pure and purifying. In by its essential nature. It's only things that come into it that change its state.

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But the basis of water is pure, just like kulu Nash and bio that's a powder. Any dry thing is assumed to be pure before you consider it to have impurities. So if you're in a house and there's babies that

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are urinating and defecating then you know, you have cause to believe that the carpet even though it's dry, might have impurities on it. But if you go into house there's no children, there's no you know, there's no dogs or anything, then the assumption is that that it's pure. So you assume purity before you assume impurity.

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You assume permissibility before you assume impermissibility that that that's an assumption and phip things are pure before they're impure things are halau before there How long?

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What's that? Yeah, ocean water is taught the prophet SAW him was asked a man came to salaat incident and said ARCA bah, bah Ha. Well leave aluminum mouth out of the chute. You know, I get thirsty.

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If I did, we'll do then, you know, the the water would go and he said my old battery you know, the hurun moto moto? alborada huruma Oh, whoa, what Helen made sense of all the the, the water of the ocean is pure and purifying. And the dead of the ocean is allowed to eat. So

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ya know, is one of the three that's why he obviously the salt taste and as far as we know, the prophecy itself did not go to the ocean. He saw the ocean

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because I showed him the ocean in the cave. And so

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a lot opened it up and showed him the ocean there was a boat to take him if they needed it.

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But he, he didn't. He'd never visited the ocean.

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He learned to swim though in a burqa in Medina.

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When he was little boy he was visiting his

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his

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his maternal side of the family.

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And he learned to swim in a little it used to be there. Unfortunately, they recently destroyed it.

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What's that

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When he was in the cave

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with aboubaker he looked to the other end of the cave and there was an opening and the ocean was there and there was a boat

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when they went when they were afraid that

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you know, the prophet wasn't afraid, but aboubaker was terrified.

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Yeah, and the hits are at the heart of Thor. So he looked and Allah showed him the ocean and in other words he had an escape if if he needed it just gave him tranquility

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he took the coastal route but if you look at Chappelle on all these he didn't go to the coast it's a coastal route but he did not go anywhere near you know, the the ocean. I mean, he might have seen it I don't know you know, but as far as we know, he definitely didn't travel on it. And the Sahaba discouraged ocean travel until more Allium while we are convinced Omar even a kebab to start a Navy.

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But before that, almost didn't want to do it. See the Amazon rock said the biggest proof that our law is sloppy. Not even very bad. He is sailors because he said they're the worst people and they and they he said of subtle helping, you know they're like the most corrupt type of people sailors. And and he said, and yet they travel on on

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little sticks across vast oceans and Allah causes them to arrive safely.

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When I

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say no more as the amateur than allows what boats were like he said, They're like little sticks, and the people are like little ants on them is that I wouldn't want to force any Muslims to do that.

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So the

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just to go on what is thought hip, because this is important in relation to what makes things impurity by here is every living thing is considered higher, according to him America. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, it's sweat. It's it's blood, unless it's comes out.

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You know, the muscle once it leaves the

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it's

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and then it's, it's mucus like the flam.

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And it's saliva. That's all pure, including dogs and pigs. According to Mr. Malik.

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And Mr. Malik said, there's no proof to say that pigs or dogs are impure, their meat, the meat of the pig is nudges. You know, to eat it. But the pig itself is pure doesn't let you know just and he said about the dog. Emma Malik knew the Hadith either one of her Caliban, Veena and Foxy Lusa ban. You know, if a dog licks in a bowl, that's what it says a bowl, it doesn't say if it licks you. It says if it licks in a bowl, wash it seven times. Now Emma Malik said, if it was for NASA, there's no need to say seven times. Because NASA you just remove it however much it takes you. It might take more than seven times if it's something that's hard to get off. So he said the fact that he said

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seven times means there's some other meaning to it. It's taboo that he called that taboo. You know, there's my holiness and then there's the the gnoss that is taboo. The marcoola nos means it's rational, taboo the means it's rational but we don't know the reason.

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You know, Allah subhana wa tada led to her and like he hid its,

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you know, legal, rational rationale from us. So we don't know why there's three rockets at Mahara or two at fudger. It's to Abu Dhabi. There's a reason but we don't know why.

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Well, that's different. See if if if they if they roll around in their feces, it's the feces that's not just it's not the pig. Do you see?

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So if if a cat comes up to you with feces on it, the feces isn't edges you have to avoid the feces but the cat itself is not just yeah.

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The hunting exactly that. The other proof that the Moloch is use is that the Quran states that you can eat what your dogs hunt and

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And if if if something that is ninjas bites into meat or something the meat becomes impure so in my mind it said it can't be an edges because the meats not impure

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there's nothing even in the hanafy method they don't break your will do. Yeah, I mean dogs are unjustly treated to me by the Muslims

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I'm serious I really believe that dogs have been really given a bad rap by the Muslim dogs are nice animals there's a book by Yemeni scholar father old Caleb Annika theorem in Manila visit the app the superiority of dogs over most who were close

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Yeah, that it has a no I don't think it's I don't think it's in but but you know, he's just and has an adversity has 10 qualities that are in dogs that should be in every seeker of God has an adversity. Like he said they get up at night. And like they have at the moon. He said secret should get up at night and call on God. He said that they they won't eat without looking around.

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Dogs, they always look around before they eat. He said they're always grateful. If you do something for a dog, it's always grateful. Like if you feed it, it's like, gets really happy. He said that they they're always loyal, they never turn on their masters. They protect the weak like dogs. And there are many stories in this culture of dogs that save children and you know, they have a hate about dogs. I mean, there's a dog. There's an amazing, I read this story about a lady who was attacked by a bear.

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And her dog

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ran like 10 miles or something to this place and just was barking so intensely to the people that they they knew something was wrong and he was like trying to get them to come and they followed him to the and found this lady and saved her life because of that many stories like that, of dogs that I mean, I read that in the in the newspaper, you know, which doesn't mean it's true but

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but there are many many examples. So dogs are dogs are given a bad rap, I think by Muslims in my own teacher multiple that has well I used to eat dinner with him at night and he and he would take the cuscuta put it in his left hand and he fed the dog while we were eating dinner while I saw it with my own eyes.

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Because Bedouin have dogs, no veteran actually liked dogs. And even Ada Lani, the great Maliki scholar had a dog for hair loss it because it's permissible to take dogs for hair rasa. He had a dog for Hadassah, and somebody asked him about it. He said, what law he if Monique was alive. Today, he would take a lion. You know, because there was so much crime or something.

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Anyway, a dog you shouldn't have a dog in the house. But we know that the Prophet there was a puppy dog in the house, he had a puppy dog. And that's why when Julio didn't come for three days, it was because the puppy was in the house. So there were dogs, this idea that provid hated dogs or something. And there's a hadith about the black dog, the AppStore. But that has to do with wild dogs. They were feral dogs that were in Mecca that used to come down from the hills. And they had they had rabies. So the Prophet said, told them to kill them if they come down but Muslim sink it's like every dog No, they were wild dogs.

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Huh? Hmm.

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Yeah, no, you shouldn't in the backyard in the yard. Yeah, dogs are good animals. And I think Muslims should have pets Anyway, I'm not encouraging you to get a dog because other Muslim. I mean, I would actually, you know, like to have a dog for my kids, because dogs are very protective of little children in particular. I mean, they will attack anybody that tries to mess with, you know, a child. But you know, Muslims. I mean, it's like 400 that will fall down had a dog And, you know, people made a big deal about it.

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No, I mean, you have certain dogs are vicious. I mean, there are certain dogs are very bad. Most dogs would never do that. They're like cats. I mean, cats know, intuitively not to scratch babies. You know, cat, they they do that. That's why they're a leaf. They're domesticated, domesticated animals. That's their secret is they don't attack us. That's why they're domesticated. But there are certain dogs that

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Are verging on wild dogs like pit bulls. Pit Bulls will will eat babies.

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You know, they'll attack people and kill people. Yeah, they are pit bull. No, but I mean pit bull is that's absolutely hot on dev a pit bull. Because it's it's worse than a gun, that they have a potential to really cause harm on others as well. They're, they're more wild and they are domesticated pitbulls. And the people that have them are usually kind of criminal mentality.

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Do you know they are they're there. There's a low life type of mentality that wants a pitbull.

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You know, most people like dogs because they're their companions. They're, they're happy. They're nice. They're pitbulls like them in there. You know, it says something about the owner more than the dog.

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Well, if it's dead, yeah, if it's dead, and then there's a feed off about certain animals.

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Well, Malik is he Yeah, he Malik limits the prohibition of I mean, Malik permits dog eating dogs. There's cutter here.

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There's cutter here, you know? Yeah, no, that's true. I mean, Koreans, you know, they need a meth head.

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Because that's like a delicacy in Korea. You know, when the Koreans came to Saudi Arabia in Jeddah, all the dogs disappeared.

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And there was a Korean in LA who ate their next door neighbor's dog. It was it was big case in LA they sued. They tried to sue us like, you know, it was a nice looking dog you got hungry.

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I want you know, I had a one of my teachers he would attack me in the shade. And there was another one chef CEDIA, and, and and shibang. He was he kind of inclined towards the prohibition of dog because there's an opinion and Alec method that it's prohibited to eat Mahara. But he inclined towards that opinion. And shfc dia, who's a more Italian, very real veteran, but he was a Mufti in the Emirates, but very veteran. And he was like,

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you know, most of the more Italians, like the idea that you could challenge Malik is just absolutely absurd. So they would get upset, even if you think that you could disagree with them. So he kind of said out to be that. How can you say that? My medic said it was my crew, and you should just leave it at that. And he said, and she said, and he said, you know, it's and so they were debating about and then I mentioned that about the Asians that certain Asians, you know, eat dogs. And when I said that the chef CTO who was arguing for the dog, he said

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that he said they eat dogs. I said yeah, they eat dogs.

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And check him out. He said, See, you know you're disgusted by us.

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And then he says

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also the egg is pure, it'll measure unless it becomes a foul you know, like a rotten egg is considered an edges well not how does your bad mot and if it comes out after the animal dies, then it has the category of nudges bellicum, which is phlegm is considered pure sophora which is bile is considered pure. So the contents of the stomach are pure unless they've been changed and moved on. Alright, so tell us which is like reflux. You know, gastric reflux is pure and and bile is pure. It's something that's released by the gallbladder and but if what you vomit is changed food and has a smell, it's considered impure. And then made will add me you know, the the dead things from humans

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melodem Allah who is pure.

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Well Buhari also things from the ocean when I look at Muhammad actually, and also what was sacrificed if it's not how long to eat, then it's considered pure if it's the kiya if it had been sacrificed. And then there's a feed off about the use of animals if it goes through a tanning process. So even it like here, belts and things like that. I mean, if you went staunch Maliki madhhab, you really shouldn't wear belts that you don't know where they came from. But that's there's a laugh about that and

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you know, shoes and things like that.

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So what?

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See pigs Yeah, instead of bow, he can considered it, you shouldn't eat it. But that was from the name and a seed pig is it's a seal. Yeah, it's the seal.

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And then also hair. And also the, the down of the,

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you know, down of the

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fluff of feathers like down in Shafi mouth have its niches which is why chapter is don't pray in like a down jacket or something like that was in Maliki. So there's a hit off about that.

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And then a gem add anything that's, you know,

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like wood and rock and stone.

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Except in toxic and so alcohol is considered an edges will add the median or hidden Muharram the milk of humans is not an edge is also if it's not hot on to eat. We'll put that at a MOBA if it's a permissible animal, like the excrement of the permissible if it doesn't eat and the jassa So for instance, if a chicken eats in a jaza then then what comes out of it is nudges. All right.

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Like the birds the same if the if they eat in a jassa but normally it wouldn't be if it's mobile, like a dove or something like that. The

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but it's it's mandu to wipe it off, I mean any anything because it's stuck though it's something that's foul and then also the the the the gallbladder reflux vomit if it hasn't changed the state of the food mask and its gland hammer that has been made into vinegar or dehydrated you know, it's it's it's solid, and also alcoholic.

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You know, alcohol that's used for like 98 proof type that's used medicinal alcohol is not considered nudges.

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And my teachers from moody Tanja considered the alcohol in

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in perfume to be also permitted.

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So I mean, because there's alternatives I think it's better to use it and less obviously it's like an oral if you've got you know if you're using it medicinal Lee Yeah, because then even to take herbs with alcohol it's being used medicinal is permitted.

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outs a lot of them are Yeah, and you can't drink them. I mean, you Yeah. No, I was saying that. If if that because alcohol people drink mouthwash to get drunk. So it is it is alcohol. And and and, and it is a mosquito. So people should not use it. Unless if like a dentist prescribed it as as a medicine to use and you didn't swallow it. But I would not use alcohol mouthwash with alcohol for other than medicinal purposes.

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No, that's fine. disinfectants are fine. Yeah.

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Yeah, I don't think so. The the, those type like even the alcohol, you know, they have chocolate liquor. That's just a name. You know, there's certain things vanilla has our cotton and certain things, almost everything. Like all fruit drinks, have alcohol content.

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If you actually took orange juice, and analyze it, you're gonna get some percentage, but there's, there's things that are mindful and Whoa, you know, let let us get into that. So can you know, if you delve too deeply into things, the prophet said headache and water not their own, that they perish those who Delve too deeply into things. And the Prophet didn't like that kind of obsessive.

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You know, where people went to extreme about those things. So, I mean, generally, I think a lot of that stuff like, personally, GM is it's my crew anyway, GM

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you know, just to chew gum, things like that elk. I mean, the the owner Matt mentioned that in the books that, you know, they considered it my crew because it was fairly Bardeen. It was something that people that had too much time did. You know, it's kind of a waste of money in

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wine vinegar is permissible. Yeah. Because it's not wine. It's vinegar, but it goes through a process of being wine. So once it's you they get the hell bad or hungry. You know, it's hard if it once it becomes vinegar after going through the wine process. It's hard. Yeah.

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What's at apple vinegar? All those things there permissible? Yeah.

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I mean, I think generally, yeah, everything if it's, yeah, I mean, that's what we try to do. Yeah. I mean, it's just better quality. Yeah, but you have an anti human, you know, it's always in the Quran. It's halaal and pure. I mean, it emphasizes pure, which, even though that generally means you know,

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like the money everything the source of it because the food can be halau. But if you purchase it without on money, it's not buy yet.

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So, but the fact that that word is such a comprehensive word, by you, you know, pure, so things that are pure, you know, food that's more pure, and and when they sent in the soda to the calf, when they sent them into the village, they asked him to get the purest food.

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You know, eska, which is like the purest food.

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And then also, the ash of nudges is not

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fire purifies and the smoke so if something's Neches is burning, the smoke is not nitrous even though it gets into you, the unshared blood from a slaughtered animal so the blood that's that's like, if you look there's blood in the the the meat by the nature, but it's not flowing. That's not nudges.

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And then, the nudge the nudges is the data of other than that what was mentioned what exits from it, what is separated from it, or the living from that which has life blood, like a horn, bone, fingernail, tooth quill of a feather and skin, even if it was tanned. So like those those things, if they're not, from what and it it is permissible to use it after tanning to store dry goods and water and shed blood like wild excrement of humans, other than and then the extra amount of, you know, other than the permissible and also the consumer, you know, anything that eats majesta

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changed vomit sperm is considered not just some of the odema say that the sperm itself is not niches but it becomes Yun juice from the because it exits through the urethra, like Imam Shafi was of the opinion that the basis of the human is not nudges, but it began juice through the urethra. And by consensus, the prophets are lysosomes everything that came out of him was pure. And we know that Baraka drank his urine. I mean, that's a sound Heidi, there's no she didn't do it intentionally. She

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She used to clean his room, and there was a bowl, and it smelled good. And she thought it was something to drink. And so she drank it, and it was his urine. But, and, and she said about it, that that she never had a stomach ache after that. Yeah. So, but everything and the profit also they used to when when the profit went to, to to relieve himself, they would go and it was gone. Because the earth actually takes their, you know, takes the father of the of the of the profits.

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And the man drank his blood, also the profit gate that was kept and he gave some blood to the manager, tell him to go bury it and he took it and use decided to drink it. And the Prophet said the fire won't touch him.

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Because of that.

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And then Maddie and where they met Maddie is is prostatic fluid. And whether even though they differentiate from it, because they are slightly different, it is also a type of prostatic fluid that comes out. And they're they're both impure. So Maddie is the clear sticky that precedes the

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it lubricates and it proceeds when somebody is aroused. They get the melody and say the alley, ask somebody to go as far as I can to Roger Roger, and I'm mad that, you know, I was, you know, somebody that had a lot of prostatic this fluid of Medi You know, he was easily aroused. And he asked the prophets I said, and he asked somebody who was too embarrassed to ask the Prophet so he asked somebody go and ask the Prophet about it. So and it's considered

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And then whether usually comes if somebody you know, is constipated, and it will come after, it's like a white

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fluid similar to semen. And then even if it is permanent and pass studied, and I, his past studied his exit date, so the exit date of a wound that comes out, right, which is blood really isn't it, I mean, it's it's part of the blood The past is the white blood cells, right. And then the studied is the, it's the serum of the blood, so

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and then everything that flows from the body such as scabs, if it contains liquid, so if you have boils and things like that what comes out of it is considered nudges.

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And obviously, there's part of it as metaphor unhold You know, there's things that are excused just because of the difficulty. So

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So some things cannot be purified after contact with the gases such as meat cooked in it. So if meat was cooked in something that had no jassa, then it's you can't purify it after that, you have to just throw it out.

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Or an all of that was salted in it.

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Or an egg boiled in it a clay pot submerged and adjusted not if it has, there are two types of clay pots, right, there's the clay pots that are porous, and they absorb. And then there's glazed, it's been fired in a firm that that you can clean but if a clay pot, that's that is porous, and and it gets into acid then it can.

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And then

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and also, you know, in this section, they they talk about

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the

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it's permissible to benefit from within edges from something that's impure, like the hide of a animal that was not killed through the cat. If it's tanned, it's permissible, but it shouldn't be used in the masjid. Right.

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And it shouldn't be from a human, you know, like anything is from a human. And then also that it's permissible, it's not permitted for a male adult to use silk. Now, some of the owner might permit a small amount of silk.

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But it's prohibited to do that the Prophet slicin prohibited it.

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He allows about it, but one had eczema, and he did allow him to use silk. So somebody's skin is very sensitive to certain types of materials and silk is something that's easier for them, then it's permissible to wear silk.

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And also it's not permissible to use something that is

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that is ornamented with gold or silver.

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Right. So now obviously very small amounts of in certain fine China's and things are considered, you know, it's acceptable, you know, and find China's sometimes they have like a very small silver, and also monthly if it's silver plated, things like that, but to eat from silver or gold is not permissible to do that.

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And then but it is permissible

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to, to put it on your sword

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or on on the most half so gold lettering that's done the illuminated manuscripts that have gold lettering that's permitted to do that.

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Well, like a silver mirror, you mean Yeah, it's very fine silver, and if it's done for that reason, you know if it's not, I mean, these things are really about extravagance, you know, and

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extravagance and Shetty is relative, a super rich person, you know, who buys fine china it's not necessarily considered extravagant but if you were much more humbler means and you did the same thing, it would be considered extravagant. So there's, there's kind of a relative approach to that, you know.

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But I mean, there's people that have gold toilets, and you know, gold sinks. I mean, I've been in houses where that's the case like literally gold, that that's way over the top

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and it's permissible to use golden silver like you can use

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Use it for body parts, because gold is very biocompatible as a material. So, sometimes t gold teeth, the bridge of the nose, you can use it for

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also

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silver ring, right, a single silver ring for a male they should not wear two rings, they should only have one ring, the sin that is, is to have a ring with a false that has a stone in it. And on on this finger or the small finger either the left or the right, the dominant pinions the right, but they're both they're both there. So, and the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam did, it's my crew to wear like necklaces and things like that. If it's gold, then it's prohibited. But for men, they shouldn't also piercing the ears. Anything that?

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I mean, some of this stuff goes back into auto. But generally, those things are prevented tattoos are prohibited also, I mean, there's a strong prohibition against tattoos.

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You Yeah, I yeah, it's permissible to wear. I'm in white gold, platinum. You know, I personally would avoid it just. Yeah, titanium is fine.

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Yeah, no, they both have proofs. They're both. They both have proofs. I don't I don't know that specific thing. But they both have proofs. I mean, there's a I have a book by a moment how Bob, it's a common heart and the rules relating to rings and they go into great if you do the wuhou you know, they call it a gala. You just have to move it like that. If you do a hustle, though, you have to take it. You have to get in where the ring is. Yeah.

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But for the will do you just have to and then if you do Tam, you have to take it off.

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There can't be hired. It's called the hat in.

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Yeah, no, of course. Yeah, it is. But I mean, we have a problem now with with

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you know, filtered water now because they're saying just take sewage, water and

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everything filter it.

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That's definitely a problem.

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And some of the olema are against that.

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The word

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saliva is not just in Maliki's method from dogs or pigs.

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While the water is potable, I mean by law in the US there there's a lot of regulation about municipalities so the water has to be potable. It can't be dangerous. Obviously in some areas the content of chlorine is much higher than other areas.

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I mean, I wouldn't drink there's a lot of water out there that you can taste it. It just tastes bad.

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A lot of bottled water is just a complete scam you know

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i mean the Best Types of water are like distilled water

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you know you get good water in like Whole Foods has good water. So reverse osmosis there's the best water is rainwater if you're in a in a clear area or good river water but also obviously you know their their illnesses. Now you know, especially if there's animals in the area you can get but I grew up drinking from stream water so I never got I don't ever remember getting sick

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or having to go sit on the Isla Atlanta stuff.

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