Maliki Fiqh – Part 7

Hamza Yusuf

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Rahim

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Salam Mohammed, why don't you send them to Sleeman kathira

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All right, the

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the section we're on now is is extremely important because

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the stress szenen

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if you if you leave one of them, then you need to do settle prayer, the two the two sujood of settle. So it's important to know these

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rules reciting surah after Al Fatiha in the first and second Raka.

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So,

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all the prayers have two records

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except for the wizard, obviously, but all the prayers have two records of default prayers. And

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and then

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other than fudger, they have two or four or three or four multiples three and the other

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have four. So the

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once you recite Al Fatiha, which is a followed,

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then you recite the surah the first and the second Surah Surah, after the fact and that's a tsunami. In mathematical Delano, he considered it makrooh to recite parts of the Quran. So he actually it's a full surah which is why the Moloch is if they lead the prayer, they usually recite from the the short sore sore like from

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what they had to the end of the Quran is actually Mr. hub for the Imam to recite only from the short. So

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and then

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the ad fudger prayer depending on the Jamaat it's better to pray a short if you're leading the prayer, it's always better to short in all the methods because there's weak people, there's women that

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you know, have children, there's

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old people, and and so but in Malik's method, you recite the surah it fulfills the obligation to do just a you know a few verses. All right, but

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there's this the surah is the Sunnah.

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And all the Hadith indicate that the Prophet recited a complete surah in

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I mean, any further I took from Takara omata Sara Minho, you know, that he took from the Quran, but if you actually look at the prophetic practice, Prophet was reading a whole surah

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no two to one, a separate sort of for each Raka.

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No.

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Then standing for both saw Sora

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pencil pm

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and then resigning audibly. The the Java one is Java and the server on itself. And audibly means you can at least you know, you hear yourself with your ear. So, spin

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that's Audible, you know, as long as you're hearing yourself. I mean, it shouldn't you know, it shouldn't be something that's somebody next to you, if they can't hear it, then it's it's a it's

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an EN saying Allahu Akbar, except the tech theaters that are around which is a fall. So you allow our support as you move through the thing and then each to shadow, the shadow there's a tsunami, aka, the first and the second, the heroes the Salaam is a fault. But the Tisha hood is a pseudonym, aka the Jews sitting for the Tisha hood. The first one is a cinnamyl akqa that the second one, you have to sit for the salon, but sitting for the Tisha hood is a Sunnah. Alright, so the second juluca has a fork in it, because you have to sit for the salon. But the the sitting The junos is actually a pseudonym Wakata for both the shadowed, which is why, whenever in the prayer, if you've moved into a

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farm, then you abandon the Sunnah.

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And then if it's a cinema, you redress it later. So if you're, you know,

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if you're

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if you're in your juice position, I'm in the Maliki's have 50 Raj, which is

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That you sit like that in all the Jews position.

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You know, I used to be able to do that a lot easier. But it's just not as easy for me to do that. So, but that is the proper Maliki position. They don't, you know, the other methods are like this during the three and then the final sitting, they do this, they rush

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like that.

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So, but say you're, you're, you're, you've gone, there's your second sujood. And you're moving up, if because Maliki leaves their hands for last. If at that point, you remember the juice, you stay down, and you go to the trash, there's nothing on you. But if you're moving up, and both the knees and the hands come off, you don't go back. Because now you've moved into a fault. So you leave the sun.

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You don't go back. If you do go back.

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You know, it's not you haven't done.

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I mean, you stay down. But one of the problems if you're leading the prayer is a lot of people don't know that ruling.

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So they'll sit there Subhan Allah Subhana Allah, you know, and you're, you've already gone up so you're not supposed to go back down. They think that you're supposed to go back down, which is why it's good to have educated people.

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Right?

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Yeah, it's my crew to do that.

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I'll get that at the end.

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And then saying semi Allahu leemon hamidah while rising from the bowing position, if if one is the Imam or praying alone, I mean, I love with you man hamidah

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the if you're if you're praying behind somebody, you don't, right but but you say silently alohomora in our hand, and then the remaining sunon are like recommended acts in their ruling. So they're like men do bad. They are reciting the karma. It's men do log log verses on the ledger. And then marik only has one other comment is Salam. Unlike the other Imams,

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prostrating with both hands with the tips of the toes touching the ground and both knees

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silent attentiveness to the Imams recitation during an audible prayer. So you should be listening.

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You don't have to recite his fat the hat is fat you have for you not like the Shafi method where they actually have to recite their own fat they have a return Salaam to the Imam so as salaam alaikum and then salaam aleikum to the Imam and then a Salaam to someone on your left but you don't turn to the left so you know the other schools that go both sides demonic is a lot ceramide a phone a lot and and to the to the Imam and then to the person left but you don't actually turn your head to the left.

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Maintain stillness after one's initial initial obligatory composure. So you have the top man Nina that's followed. But then there's a domain Nina that is Sunnah to you know, so that it's longer. It's not just for fulfilling the Father. You've actually you're there for you know,

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the time that it takes to fulfill the suddenness of the Subhan Allah, Allah Allah Subhana Allah Allah Subhana Allah Allah. yarmulke libro, Kuru something like that, the piano de Nika and then the sutra for the Imam or someone praying on his own who thinks someone may pass in front of him the sutra you know a sutra could be like a bag like that you place it slightly to your right, a purse a woman's purse that can act as a sutra, like the chair there but I mean generally it should be about it there are like that, preferably like there are and you put it you put it slightly so that anybody can pass if you're in the hot arm. You know the harem has a different ruling about this because of

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the the numbers of people and the difficulties in moving and on Juma as well. It's similar.

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You just let people pass. In Malik Smith Have you actually don't pray after the gym because it says you pull the tissue out you know, just leave once the Passover leave doesn't say his plan louisana or something. So in Medina, they did not do that. Which makes sense because people have to go

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Back to work and they have to do and sometimes you wait, you know, it takes a long time before people finish the sun and so he actually considered that my crew to do that. Because you're you're causing difficulty for people. What I tend to tell people in the is if they're going to pray sooner to pray on one side, you know, let people go out first and then move over to one side of the masjid. But just getting up and praying, Sunnah is it's a problem because that people really do have to go. And a lot of times the mom goes over his time. So people are late, especially here in the US because because people have to get back to their jobs and things anyway, and then vocalizing the the first

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set arm so you say it, and then the second and third are silent, saying that the shareholder according to the narration of Amara been at Hot Bob, which is here

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to hear to Lila it's in the warmth of human Matic and he The reason it's so not to do the hear of our model Dylan is because he said it in front of all the Sahaba in a gathering in the masjid and nobody corrected him. So it's considered like a, the best CFR because it has that total supplicating for our profits with a solid Ibrahima in the final sitting,

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calling the dawn for a group that comes to an obligatory prayer, and it's appropriate time with the intention to gather people. So it's some to call the dawn for a group that comes through an obligatory prayer.

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You know, there's a hadith and some of the monarchies say because of the strength of the Hadith, and the blessing of it, that even if you're a shepherd out, you know, that everything testifies for you. So even though Maliks The purpose of the plan is to call people to the prayer. I give the anon

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in my house, because I want my kids to hear the word on something. So there is a good thing. But the Maliki position is that it's there to call people you don't just give the adon it's it has a function.

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And then shortening the Horn of Africa and Asia for whoever travels for Buddhahood 48 Arabic miles, and we'll get into that because there's a debate about what that means. The Mauritanian practice is 32 miles, which is a lot shorter because they go by, I mean, there's a difference of opinions about whether it's 2000 or 3500. There are so

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but

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we'll deal with that when we get to there. But that is a son that it is not similar to pray the full

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numbers if you're traveling, it's actually similar to shorten for 20 prayers or four days.

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And then

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he should desist from shortening the prayers when he reaches the dwellings of his town upon his return. Anyone intending to be a resident for four or more complete days in a given place during his journey must complete the prayer once they arrive to their destination without shortening it. So those are all the sun and the sun and waka are eight the eight

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and then the recommended acts of the prayer.

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These are the Monday bats

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turning the head slightly to the right to say saddam saddam alikum.

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Molecules don't go all the way around

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saying I mean silently after the fact that it's not said out loud like a lot of if you're in the message you hear people go. I mean, it's just said silently. For the one praying alone whether reciting fat to her audibly or silently for the Imam only for signing factor has silently and for the fall or after he hears the recitation of welfare from busy mom in an audible prayer or after he completes his own recitation in a silent prayer. saying I've been out what I could have even been Abizaid has a lot of done our hand

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there in the reseller so saying a lot more have been our left hand for after standing from ruku for all but the man leading the prayer reciting the minute which is the dawn supplication silently in the second rocket of the super prayer, it's men do to recite it silently the shadow is recited after the ruku the magic is before the shadow is recited.

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audibly the molecules recited silently the shadow is recite the different car

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along

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with Lena Fremantle late, right they have a different car. The manic is Shiva is

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The same as the hanafy with our keynote car, very similar, slight difference. So and that's a that's a men do. So if you forget it, you don't do the settle. But it's a menu. You can also if you go into your Roku, and you forgot to do it, you can do it when you come out in the coming out a little cooler.

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Because a sun is higher than the men do, there's a stronger, you have the stress and which is makeda, which is something the Prophet never left. The Hanafi is called whadjuk. That's how strong it is. So it's it's it's really close to a fault. And then you have the sun, which is his his normative practice, which is is strong. And then the men do is

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it's a virtuous thing. And the prophets I sent him did it and it was his practice, but it doesn't have the same weight as the sun. That's why they're differentiated between them. So, you know, it's, if you left it, it's just not

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you know, it's not like leaving us some night. It's got a lesser

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Yeah.

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No, the bismi not him. I'm not doesn't recite the Bismillah except in in if you're reading but in the in the, in the you know, and there's two rewi about kulu amarin dive

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in one rewired says Bismillah and the other says 100 so they're, they're both

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you know, strong. And I think he might listen to me it's stronger. There's certain things I guarantee you. I think the other methods are stronger about things so it's not like to also for men have you know, like, Oh, it's molecules right all the time.

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The

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the head the head is coccinelle Buhari clearly states that our la divided the fact to have between himself and between his servant is Paula Abdul al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen and and that's that's an inner Buhari, and it's a hadith Pudsey. So that's a strong proof to me. The other strong proof isn't is the you know, the the Sahaba

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you know, the practice, obviously, the AMA dinner, and the stronger position because the three imams recite the to him other imams recite the, the the Bismillah in audibly. The chef it is And don't forget, the chef is sometimes reacting to the monarchy,

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and not in a bad way. I'm not saying this in a negative way, but they are reacting to the monarchy because he mom shafter, his final madhhab was in in Egypt and the dominant opposing team in Egypt were the molecules. So and because I'm on chapter, he was considered a student of uma maddix. The Malik is kind of, you know, they thought it was an upstart student.

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That's kind of how they looked at it. So it's unfortunate, but that that's a reality. And it wasn't always pleasant, in Egypt, but some of the Shafi positions, it's like, you know, the businessman, he has his deal for it, there's no doubt I mean, I'm not in any way belittling his delille but the the Leo for inaudible is stronger in my opinion. That's why the Hanafi is do it. And then the delille of Malik, which is not to recite it at all, is also strong.

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It's not the shady chef is not they're all strong. I mean, these aren't, you know, there's reasons why they have these different positions.

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What's that?

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It's silent, so the mom doesn't recite it. If he's reciting audibly if he then the people behind him do it.

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They don't it's just done silently. I mean, you do it silently.

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So

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and then

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wearing a prayer shawl on one shoulders is a is men do for the Imam it's stronger. He should actually it's a similar to wear it.

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The the prayer shawl is like a

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I mean, it's very specific. How long is the Sunnah to wear, but the Prophet did wear it. It's something also, you know, the Jewish community wears the prayer shawl as well when they pray so it's probably you know, in the Scimitar.

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tradition to do that. But that's for the men to wear.

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them all my teachers were very adamant about wearing the purse also.

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And then leaving one's hands at one side, which is said while standing in the prayer. Now, just to say a few things about it, subtle, subtle has been attacked by

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you know a lot of ignorant people in this time. If you look at the Maliki countries now, which almost all practice sudden, 30 years ago, and now you almost don't see it. But just to go in just quickly, I mean, I, I wrote a very extensive paper on the subject, which goes into a lot of detail. But

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none of the moms and this is something they never tell you, not one of the 40 moms considers possible to be a singer. None of them. Chevy doesn't admit them and humble doesn't have a hanifa doesn't any mathematic doesn't. They all consider the court man here at Uppsala, except for the Maliki's. In other words, it's just an outward form of the prayer Imam Shafi in the home, which is one of his most important texts. He says that

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that somebody's praying your januvia to Humana, Allah dussehra. He should put his right hand over the left hand when of Salah Houma, but if he leaves him inside fella, but there's no harm in that. In other words, it's fine to do either one, it doesn't really matter. So image chef is madhhab is this isn't a big deal.

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When offset a homophobe, so be be in them. Yeah, but be him as long as he's not playing around with his hands.

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And

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if you also ask now for something that would seem to be such an important Sunnah, that everybody says The other way is a bit. If you ask anybody, where did the prophets lies and put his hands, nobody can tell you.

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Except for the Hanafi is have a weak Hadith that says he put them under his bellybutton. And that's why the Hanafi is pray with it under but nobody can tell you where he put his hands.

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That's the only Hadees which is, you know, it's a weak Hadeeth. So it's funny that nobody knows where the hands were,

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you know, some shaft is folded over the heart. That's just the heart of their demands. It's not there's no Hadeeth That said, the problem put it over as hard as he had from there. Some put it here. You see some people doing this because of for funding the Arabic on how, you know, pray to your Lord and put your hands on your mouth, which is an interpretation that is is so archaic, you know, I mean, in Arabic, it doesn't have a basis because the Arabs always save the most important thing for last. So it says pray and then put your hands on your on your as if this is more important than the prayer. Where's the meaning of that is very clear. On the IED Sunday's are a bigger one how

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to go sacrifice your you know, but anyway, some people do that. So the HANA fees do it here, which is to me personally, if I was going to do it, that is the even on the mannequin standard, put it here, that is the best thing there is about where he put it. But I mean, if anybody asks if you're going to do something I know they're both

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perfectly fine and subtle can cause problems in some communities. But if anybody as you say, Where exactly did he put his hands? Give me a Sahih Hadith.

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So, you know, the thing that upsets me is not because to me, it's not a big deal. what upsets me is the attack on the position. Because the position is very strong. It's not a weak position. Just a few other proofs.

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Above. Yeah. To do.

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Now, just to give you an example

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there's nothing in the Quran. I mean, the only verse So pray with your Lord and sacrifice which is in sort of 108 to it because you mentioned that Emma Maddie said sacrifice means to place your right hand over your left hand on the upper chest, which I find to be dubious for a couple of reasons it did Southern,

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the Shia all do settle

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There was and it's not something that they just made up. Do you know Jaffer Assad did said all the rewired on clickbait or sudden the Sunni rewired or sudden you know, and so the fact that he Manali is the one narrating this you know one has to wonder about that but the you know that the the even crazier says it's it's just unsound the narration he actually mentions it despite quoting the tradition that indicates this interpretation which is related by Dr. Putney and I'll be happy even crazier says it's rare

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so he relays it and then he says it's an unsound tradition, but it's not only weaken the chain it's rhetorically species because imana it knows Arabic better than anybody and and, you know, you don't

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you don't the particular is added to a general statement in rhetoric to emphasize superiority.

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You know, like, if you mentioned the angels, and then you mentioned jabril, it's to show that he's higher than if you don't, you don't mention the weaker thing after the general the particular is mentioned to emphasize So anyway, it that that's the only man was really adamant about this show County, which is why the selfies make it such an issue because show County was, but he was sad originally. So you have to understand he was in a culture that was doing everybody was doing sudden, and he became a staunch follower of the Hadees. So his reaction I mean, you have to understand the the you know, the the sociological aspects of a lot of this material, people don't like to think

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about this stuff. But there are realities to where people were, and what was going on and why they take the positions they do. Now just

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the most sound heady. of about there's there's only one that's really strong, which is sad, been sad. It's related in the water. It's also an ad Buhari and but this hadith says that the people were told to put their hands can and as you model. Now, when you ever you have a passive form, in Hades mud kneeland module, it indicates Tamriel. You know, there's like a week, it doesn't have the strength of an active form, like the Prophet told us to do this. If it has a passive form, then you wonder why why they put it in that Mullah alien party says, it could have been the profit, it could have been the whole of that, or it could have been the rulers that were telling people to do that.

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So even the Hanafi, one of the great Hanafi, scholars of Hadith says it's not clear who was telling who to do what. But I tend to my personal and this is my conclusion in here. I actually think it's a political thing, because the two people that were leaving their hands at their sides, were the people that were most resistant to the Umayyad rule. And that was the Hawaii cottage, and the and the Shia. So it's very interesting that

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the thing that immediately distinguishes your political allegiance

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is in the prayer so for people to leave their hands, their sides when everybody's admired, and that's why it hasn't been added there is a rewire. He says, Look, I don't care what they're doing.

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In in, yeah, this is the prayer of my, of my grandfather. And this is the way he held his hands. Now, he the Prophet definitely did both. There's no doubt, but the monarchies argue that this was the last practice his last practice leave me on his sides. So and then the other another major proof is that the Prophet prays the outward prayer of the whole adage in in the in the Hadith and as Buhari he said, when you see them pray, you will be little your own prayers. So he prays the outward form of the Haji prayer.

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Now the other

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the other had these which is in this Hadith, which is in tirmidhi, abodo would have been a manager

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that have a homemade, uh, sorry, the state's in front of 10, of the companions of Prophet, I know the better than all of you that have the Messenger of Allah. They said, How could that be when, by Allah, you did not follow him any closer than we did and you did not stay with him longer than us to this. He said, That's true. Then they said, well show us then. And He then said, if the Messenger of Allah stood to the prayer, he raised his hands to his shoulder

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And then he said Allahu Akbar until all of his limbs settled in their natural resting places. And that's a Sahih, Hadith.

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Second, attell jawara, either maderia until they came to their natural resting places.

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And that's chef Mohammed Mohammed said the Hadith is a clear proof for Southern because of Mohammed is being tested and the companions would have jumped and said, No, you're wrong. He did this or that. But he didn't say and then he put his hands over?

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Well, no, because, you know, the, this is practice management is about practice. And and this is this is what they view the practice to be. You can do it in naskila. And that's when Mr. Medic was asked about and he said, if the pair gets long, there is no harm in putting your hand during the bubble. That's his position. And that's what's in the middle one. For people that say that his position at the madonie position of Matera and even marriage shown is the bubble. You know, they're not looking I don't think because some of the Maliki's argue this. But if you actually look at the rewired, they just say that Malik said lab bass. There's no harm in it. And then again, it indicates

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that the meseta was not, you know, it wasn't a strong message. But I will say and this is where the magic is, where our position about subtle, especially that it's mature is strong. And that is because the heirarchy Maliki's considered the public to be hot on and they're the only Monique is the only madhhab that sees qobuz haraam. No other madhhab sees the southern as haram or even mcru.

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This is what I mean. So when you have a position, and the Iraqi madhhab of the manatees is very strong. And these are some of the giants of Islamic history, called the

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abubaker and balani. And these are big onomah. And they considered it prohibited because they said it was at a tea mat, and what that means you know it?

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And so

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you know is that moving back and forth like that, because when you stand for long periods of time, you tend to

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you know, you'll move back and forth. What the public does is it stabilizes. So if, when you do something, it's very hard to, to do that, you'll tend to put your weight on either just like people that stand naturally, you'll tend to put your weight on the left, or the right side, when you do pible. It's a type of indicator.

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It's a way of stabilizing your weight. And so that's that's one of the reasons why they considered it to be

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you know, the other mount if you said it was more true for that reason. But the you know, because you're not dependent, you're dependent on your own self, your weight. But the rocky said, No, it's not. And

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my my point is, I have this is not a big issue with me in terms of public, I have no problem with public at all.

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I don't think it's personally

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You know, when he when he went to the east and he read that Buhari and Hades and Medina, he came back doing double in Mauritania, his young man, you know, he's brilliant, young scholar, and he came back and that was his position, there's molecules that say that there are molecules that prefer the bubble.

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But and people complained about because nobody else did a bubble in mortality, you know, more or less what other people thought. But, you know, his share, some students went to me, he told me this himself. Some students went to him the chef and said, Who does he think he is, you know, during the bubble, and his chef said, just leave him alone hit him as he learns, he'll leave it.

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And that's what he that's what happened. You know, he's said that he realized that this position for subtle in the method is much stronger than it is for them.

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And that's why the molecules have argued for it over the, you know,

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there's any way if you I think if you read the, you know, inshallah, this will be out soon.

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If you read the argument in here, it's a very strong argument. I'll just

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You know to tell you who Okay, this is him I'm shall canny saying this all right so it's not it's coming from somebody who was against the, the the saddam Abdullah even Zubair. These are the people that practice Southern and are known in our tradition to practice Southern Abdullah even Zubair who's the Libyans about? Does anybody know who he is?

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Right. He's first born in his era, but who's his mother?

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Who's asthma?

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Exactly. So this is the son of the daughter of Abu Bakar. And Abdullah even Zubair did sudden he actually saw a man doing kebab in the Haram when he was the governor when he was actually the halifa because for a short period of time, he was the caterer in Mecca. And and he stopped, he was doing talks and he saw a man doing club and he went and he broke his hands

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and and put them at his sides.

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And that's a rewire saboteur. So you know, this, you have to there were political things going on at that time. You know, it's very interesting. I mean, it's interesting that why the debates, I mean, why they all did Southern,

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you know, Jaffa sadhak muscle carbon baccara solder. I mean, these are the, you know,

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what's that? Yeah.

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No, no, in the walk ba he All he does is relate the Hadees. And that's what these modern Maliki's argue the early Manik is none of them argued that. These are people that say, Oh, look, the bubbles in the water. There's several headings in the water that he doesn't follow. He just puts them in there to show you that he knows them. There are several Hadees where he doesn't practice what's in the water and he doesn't make any Tally. Like this is not my method. He just puts it in there to let people know I'm aware of the Hadith. But in the Moodle wanna even pass him asked Malik and even opossum is the the most authentic voice of Malik, he asked him, What do you say about the kebab? And

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he said, look at a football field forever. It's not something that I'm aware of people doing it during the day. And he said, but it's alright to do it. In the next few days. If the pair goes for a long time, and that's in Babylon at the mat, it's in the chapter on the mat, on relying on something in the prayer. That's where he puts it in the water. So he asked him, What do you say about puppets for you know, then that some people argue that it's if it's for anti mad, but in the end, that's what it is. That's the effect that it has on your hair. So evens about hustle and bustle who's has an adversary

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his tablet, but who is he? Who's his teacher?

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He was wet wet nurse by himself but who's his teacher?

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He Manali.

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So here's aboubaker his daughter, his her son, and then him and his

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primary student nahi who was not high.

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He's the student of ribbon, bass.

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All of them considered leaving the sides to be the correct position and they should not place the right hand over the this is the mom show county people this isn't I'm not you know, this is a mom show Connie and Neyland. Oh, Paul.

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Mm, no, he relates that this was also the madhhab of late, even sad, who's lazy and sad.

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He was a puppy from Egypt, they considered him the mom chef and he said about late Can I mean Malik. He was more learned in the mnemonic, but he didn't have the, the type of students that mnemonic had. So this is the position of late, even sad. It's the position and Maddie relates that this was the position of the past semia the Nasiriyah as well as the position Mohammed Al Baraka from the Shia, but Mohammed Baraka is considered by the Sudanese to be a Sunni mom. You know, the Shia claim him but he's considered one of it's a position of ebenen possum who relates it from EMA Matic. It's also the position of Ivanovna haccombe. It's the position Imam and then he says, it is that

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Mr. Mendoza?

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Who was the mama that was it?

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He's the Imam of Allah sham.

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His madhhab was one of the dominant methods it died out. The Mama oza he said, a man can choose between one or the other. He didn't prefer one over the other you said both of them are strong.

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But the majority of scholars have put and this is what now what shall county says, but the majority of their scholars have pervert preferred clasping and their proof is that 28 companions were of this position and two among the tab up, so you can see if I mean if you're fair about that, you can clearly see this is not some cut and dry situation of Oh, Mr. Malik got his arms pulled out while he was, you know, being punished in Medina. I mean, this what people say it's total rubbish. And it really bothers me, you know, it just really bothers me that they belittle this position, when it's a very strong position, Imam even at that bar, who has called half of that amount of that preferred

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public from the market, but in a cafe, he said,

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yada yada, yada. Oh, you're your city hoonah for kulu that you come in as soon as all of that is part of the sinner to do either one or the other. That's not the bar who preferred the above. But in the cafe is Anand Medina he says, either one they're both from the Sunnah.

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And now shall Can he claims that he only mentioned two of the tablet in

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Mr. Michel canny, that had this position of the ultimate of the tablet him and his two are, has an adversity and bowels. But there's other rewired, approve both of them actually prefer the powers can be proven to have that opinion. Because and the record of it is in the morsel in a bed for husband his record to have less his hands at his side. And this is what even damage says in alimony. It will put down with the great hamady scholars said that has an advisory prayed with his hands at his side. I mean, this is a man who knew, you know,

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hundreds if not 1000s of the Sahaba. And he's considered one of the most learned of the tabular game. And this is his position, according to what's related by our scholars.

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Now here,

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Mohajer anabol said that even Mubarak in his book of Zoo hood says he heard muhajir anabol say, when asked about doing the public in the prayer, whoever does that has not appropriately expressed a basement in the presence of power.

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And then even MOBOTIX says I mean, Mubarak is a student of mnemonic, he's one of the great scholars of the tablet, a tablet in mo melodic says, and a similar opinion is reported from 101 scholar said this is one of the best things that I have heard. And we also relate from beshara heavy This is urban and mobile, visual half, he said for 40 years, I have wanted to put my right hand over my left in prayer. So he was doing sad and vicious or unhappy.

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I was I wanted to do, and the only thing that prevented me from doing so is that I would be displaying a level of fear outwardly, that was not present in my heart. And that's one of the reasons why the medic is say that it's my crew, because it's harder, whoever This is called is harder to shoot. When you pray, sometimes you see people praying like this, that's my crew to do that. Because it's outwardly displaying a fear

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that that the you know, you should be relaxed because the handle hope is the heart. So if you what he said is the visual having said according to the imminent mobarak that I prayed with my hands, I wanted to do that, but I didn't want to but I couldn't do it for 40 years. I didn't do it. He probably want to do it once maybe just to fulfill that sooner or something. But he said he wouldn't do it because he would be displaying outwardly a fear that was not in his heart he worried about that it was obviously just his piety because he he hadn't meant piety.

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So anyway

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also say them in Jubail.

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Who did the the southern as well, one of the great scholars of the tiberian. I mean many there's many, many of these.

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He's and now who who knows

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who who is he

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and his mom

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Seal, the morale seal of Sade are the strongest of you know when you the most of the ultimate take his murase of say. In other words, if he said it's a Hadith, they don't they don't mind the fact that he didn't mention the Sahaba because he was such a sound. Eben yazeed A Madden Medina and scholar of Hadees, who taught Malik said I never once saw so he didn't miss a class his right hand over his left hand in prayer. He used to leave them at his side Kenny of Silla, Houma. Sydenham save was no ordinary person he learned from the most prominent companions of the Sahaba of the prophets. Allah is an email that he says about him. He was born two years into Omar's caliphate. He saw Omar

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learn from Earth man, it saved him and Tabitha Abu Musa sad,

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as well as even about Mohammed muslimah on Selma and many others beside it has been noted that he learned from Omar he was notable and in knowledge and action, and he issued fatwas during the lifetime of the companions of the Prophet zippity and patata, as well as many others narrate say he didn't say his own student

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said he never saw him put his hands together in the prayer. I mean, he's learning from all those people.

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So

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finally, I'll give you a little spiritual

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you know, also just Hassan the center Valley, when Mohammed Jihad mentioned the position of Southern hasn't been Annie. He replied,

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that it's part of the prayer of the Messenger of Allah whoever does it doesn't whoever does not does not. That was hasn't been Ali. Yeah.

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So

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here's what email about Huff's Amara Salah Verity, the majority.

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Friedan's great grandfather. Here's what he said in his book, a lot of admirers. I thought this was quite beautiful. God in His infinite and subtle wisdom created the human being honoring and dignifying him and making him the point of his contemplation, the wellspring of His revelation, the best of what is in the heaven and the earth, both the spiritual as well as the material celestial and terrestrial, he has made an upright form of exalted spirit, his upper half, from the point of the heart is the storehouse of the secrets of the heavens, and the lower half is the storehouse of the secrets of the earth, the center of his ego is in the lower half and the center of his spiritual

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soul and heart is in the upper half, hence the pull of the ego conflicts with the pull of the Spirit. So you have these two forces, that's why the harder you know, in Asian tradition, especially Japan is so important because that's where

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that's where it's Yeah, that's where it's divided the lower self which is stomach and genitals is the primary pole of the lower self and then the higher self which is heart and intellect are the primary poll of the upper self right so the spirit the breath is in the upper part of the body right and and so that that that point there's a poll what he's saying is there's a poll so the angels are pulling you up the demons are pulling you down the demons want you to go down and where's the angels are pulling you up and the prophets way is a balanced way. So you're balanced in your earthly life and in your celestial life so that you're fulfilling your you know, you fast but you eat he said so

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often, you know, I fast but I eat also so I have my spiritual work but I also recognize my earthly needs an animal with a comb, I sleep and I get up. Sleep is is the pull of the body. And and the

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so so he says at the time of the prayer, the battle is particularly acute

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due to the conflict between one's faith and one's beastial nature. That's why the share Thawne comes right. Hands up. Does anybody really know Kinsey?

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Kinsey.

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He's a ship on the province I sent him said a man came to me he said, y'all Rasul Allah in the ship on Yahoo to obey obey no Sadat to karate ship on is preventing me from doing my prayer, and my recitation of Quran and he said, that could shed light on your Carlota Hawkins up. That's a ship on his name is so like the province lies and had knowledge.

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So he said if he can't

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Kinzer. He has a named Mama.

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But the marriage of the Prophet is such a blessing because he knew what to do. And most people don't know what to do. So Sahabi went to the doctor and said, You know, I having this problem and then he said, if you have that to outward set up allergy and spit on your left three times,

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spit and you can defeat crimson.

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So if you're if you're finding difficulty like doing that, just do that, like

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so then he says, so the one praying whose hardest celestial discovers he is moving between Evanescence and continuity due to the pole of his lower soul as it rises from the center. So during the prayer, the soul is moving up.

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Right, so there's that pole, and his limbs and their movements and activities have a relationship and balance with these inner meaning. So by placing one's right hand over one's left hand, the self is prevented from its rise, and it is this position obstructs it from elevation of its attraction. Shortly thereafter, the benefit appears due to the diminishment of compulsive thoughts, and ego chatter in the prayer until the point when the spiritual powers are in complete control and possess the self from head to toe resulting in complete intimacy and want to achieve the eyes delight and the conquest of the authority of divine witnessing. The ego becomes pliant and subdued and it is

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illuminated by the spiritual centers, light. At this point, the selfs attraction sees based upon the illumination of the soul center, he's able to perform all his acts of devotion and no longer needs to oppose his lower self, or hold down these lower impulses with his hands, he can now leave his hands at his side.

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And perhaps, and God knows best. This explains why it has come down to us in the traditions of the Messenger of Allah, that he used to pray with his hands at his sides. And this is the position of mo Matic also.

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So that's a Hanafi scholar as a Maliki. Like he's saying that that is the prayer of the idea

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is to leave the hands of the side, because it's a state of complete submission. That's why

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that's why that the other imaam was when he was asked about it. He said, it's not the prayer of somebody who's in submission to God, if you're doing that, it means you're still struggling with yourself. He's saying, you know that that is the state of some Anyway,

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these these are all

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the only reason I'm really going on on this is if you're going to do it, I don't mind. But you should know it's it's a very strong position. It's not a weak position. And to the reason I'm adamant about it, because it's keeping us alive that people are trying to eliminate it within the Sunni tradition. It's still there, and the Shia and the ibaby. The baldies pray with their hands at the side also. But the Sudanese they're trying to wipe it out in Morocco, you don't even see people do it anymore. Unless you go into the villages like in the cities, they all do a couple of now. And I went to Morocco in 1977. Nobody did a couple. So that's how quickly for 1400 years, the Moroccans

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were, you know, 1200 years Moroccan was the center of monarchy learning. And all those centuries they were doing Southern and in this enlightened age and incredible scholarship and magnificent odema that have never graced this oma. You know, suddenly they all realized they were wrong for the last 1000 years. You know, and were the best people all those people were wrong. And now we finally know what how the sun is to pray. Give me a break. You know, really, it's just too much.

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It's just anarchy. It's all this anarchy. You know, the man the man has had one of the great blessings of the monarchies is that their countries

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had no data, you know, they were like, they all have the same IP that they had. If you went to Sudan, you went to Tunis, Libya, Algeria, it was all the same books the same thing they didn't have all these sacks and all this fighting and all this is all stuff that has come. You know.

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It's very sad. I mean, even even tagit in the Suki says there's multimedia in the hamburger, the chef in Hana fees but he said Allah amalickiah You know, he said Allah free the market mm Suki who was a chef, and he was shouting strong Shafi. He said that Allah has freed the molecules from the multimedia.

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That's in his money. The next one will be the next one.

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Yeah, that's that's partly true. King has been, you know, working with ally Lee I mean King has

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basically started doing a couple everybody did Southern before him. And he did. And because King Hudson

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loved Hades, he actually used to read a lot of Hades. He started Donald Hasson. You know, Donald Hardison has any, you know, in fares for the study of Hades because he had died out considerably in Morocco. So he actually, but he wasn't at the level, you know, I mean, he didn't have the type of scholarship. You know, he's definitely was

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Mata alum. He wasn't john. It was a half years of Quran, he knew Arabic very well. And he'd studied Philip and things like that, but he wasn't like Adam. And he did that. And that's true. But don't forget, his father had

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a heart her, his wife come out without a hijab.

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And so the Moroccans all took their his abs off as well. So you know, and that's, and that's what I didn't even look at him. people follow the religion of their kings.

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You know, so that that happens. But I'm getting a husband was a scholar, I'm not gonna, you know, deny that it's, it's but and that does have something to do. But it has more to do with the fact that all of these this literature and I'm you know how strong a lot of this Shabaab now they think Maliki madhhab is all

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right, in Morocco. Isn't that true? Yeah. So that the end, they're opposed to set them based on this kind of salary position, that it's a bit, but it's not a bid at all you have to do is do your own research and see that many greater onomah from the Sahaba. And tambourine were noted to done this practice. And these aren't made up rewired? These are, you know, it's not like Moloch alone took this position.

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You know, and it's the position of his method. It's a position of there are pinata keys, it's a position of the Egyptian molecules.

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I don't know. I don't see why it would be.

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Well, it's kind of it's pretty strong. ashati.

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But I mean, most Saudis, you know, they've lightened up a lot on the books, you can get a lot of books in Saudi that now that you couldn't get before.

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So

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yeah.

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Well, that's what I mean, see, I think it became a political thing. Like, I really believe that if you, if you study that early period, I think the Shia and the insurrectionists, most of them did the saddle. And so it's just a brilliant way for rulers to kind of distinguish who's boring and who's against, you

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know, where's the Moloch is maintain that tradition. But you can see all of the Imams in their words, the Abode was not a big deal. And that's why none of them said it was similar. And that's where I just take objection to these people arguing against Southern because the moms of the four methods do not argue that point that it's it's it's like this syndrome will occur or you have to do suzu the cell none of them say you have to do if you leave it so if it's such a light issue amongst them, why is there such antagonism against the southern is it just because the Shia and the ivaldi do that?

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Is that is that it because they do it? Well, they do a lot of the things we do they pray five times a day. You know, they fast Rama I mean, you know, they they get most of it right? The few things that we disagree with them or not. So why is that such a big issue and evolve it Who are the remnants of the holidays, like I said, the prophet praise the Haji prayer, he said endo sarathi him. Girona salata come when you see them, pray, you will have contempt of your

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Prayer

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because they were known to have outward adherence, very strict, outward adherence to the prayer.

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Anyway, enough said about Southern

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number eight is his saying Allahu Akbar at the beginning of each transition except after the middle sitting, in which case, one says Allahu Akbar, when you go up. So, it in when you're praying, as you move into the next position, you begin by Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. But when you do the, if you're in the second you lose. So this is a secondary loss, you've done your time here.

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Then you go up.

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And you wait until you come to composure to say, Allahu Akbar. So the Imam should do that. And

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I mean, the first Judas sorry, yeah.

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Good paying attention.

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And then

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closing the three lower fingers of one's right hand during the two shall hold while extending the thumb and the index finger. So you close these, like, like a gun, like that, and then put the thumb there. And then you you place it there, some people do that, but the son of the Malik is, is that you place the hand there. And then

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you know, some people go way overboard on this one, you know, and, and it's really distracting for other people, you know, so they, you know, literally,

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they do it's, it's a very, you know, that the molecule is exposed to just a finger

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like that. And even a body of work here even an Arby's said because the movement is in the obeah of the molecule text and he said, let them deal alert via

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letter, Erica sababa First we have in her belly, don't look at moving the finger in the air because it's a belly, it's like a calamity. So he was of the opinion that you keep it straight.

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Maharashtra has it was very it was very slight his movement, you know, and it's, it's meant it's a concentration because you're supposed to focus on the finger. It's the Shahada finger. You know,

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even Abizaid in the shooter, they mentioned that it's, it's like a, it's like a, it's, it's the sword of the believer, you know, it's like, in the face of shippon. That's what he says.

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And that's the whole time you don't stop it when you do the Shahada. The moving is slight to the right and left. It's not up and down to the right, some people don't like that.

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But it's actually to the right and left and it's a it's

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during that to show periods.

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Yeah, the whole time. And then for men distancing the abdomen, from the thighs and the elbows from the knees while prostrating. So, the women have closer you know, they keep their body together. Whereas the men to actually distance sitting using the appropriate sitting position during both two shells, which is the if

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not the to work, which is where you put the left foot on your buttock, the if taraj is to put your left foot under the other

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and then reciting, straightening the knees without locking them so you don't lock the knees while bowing, and then firmly placed in hands on the knees while bowing, reciting fat, the hat and a soda when appropriate for the follow of an Imam during a silent prayer. Placing both hands at the ear level during prostration. So they're at the ear level in the prostration. Raising the hands up to the shoulders while saying the tech beard that I had on and then after that you don't lengthening the recitation after fat you have for the soba and the whole prayer in both sutras so so behind the hood if you're praying alone, it's it's recommended that you lengthen the prayer the surah so you

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can recite you know, saying a man in the water he used to recite use of at soba prayer when he was Kayla.

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fact many peoples in Medina they said they memorized it

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for that reason

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and the horror also and then the other resigning a sort of moderate length from Asia. The moderate link is

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is from Abba

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to Waldo ha, those are the moderate length sources.

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And that's for sure. And then short sutras for us are and mockery,

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which is from baja to the end of the Quran reciting a sort of for the second record that is shorter

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than the first record for every prayer, shortening the middle sittings, so that it is shorter than the final sitting and placing the hands on the ground before the knees while descending to prostrate. However, when rising, the knees leaves the ground before the hands, alright, so the hands go down first and then the knees when going down. And then on the way up, the knees, leave the ground, and then the hands.

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And then

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so now, the discouraged, discouraged acts of the of the prayer. These are the macro heart saying Bismillah in an obligatory prayer, you can do it in the navetta you can do the 52 here, you know the mechanical only humbucker. You can do that what the do as the Prophet did when he at the outset in the naturata. There's no cutter here.

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And then you can do Bismillah you can do a Michelle pengajian Bismillah R Rahman Rahim, all of that in the Nazca, but then the fourth. You don't do that. And then the Tao would also in an obligatory prayer prostrating on one's garment.

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It's my crew to prostrate on like, your scar for your garment or something. I mean, again, prostration is a kind of

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it's to deleeuw Benny they let you know, It's humiliating, not humiliating, but it's humbling yourself before God. And so it's not encouraged to pray in the Maliki method on anything that's,

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you know, nice, fine or anything. Yeah, like even prayer rugs.

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The monarchies. If you go to Morocco, what do they have in the machines?

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Now they have plastic but they used to have

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the the Halcyon they used to have the grass mats

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No, it is they use plastic matting now but it used in the older moss they still do but you know, it's just cheaper made in China. Bring it on there. So but the the mesh is a, you know, in in the Maliki countries, they always used mats that were made out of Earth. So grass mats straw, and then in the winter they would bring in carpets because there's other

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so they bring in the carpets in the winter because of the other but generally they don't pray on carpet.

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The prophets murshid we know had sand in it. So they were praying on sand.

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palm leaf same thing. So then all the Maliki countries traditionally used earth because as soon as you the other Mutasa, you know, something that is luxurious or anything is my crew, and so preying on one's guard, prostrating on the folds of one's turban, prostituting on part of one sleeve. People used to have very big sleeves.

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I mean, yeah, if it's dirty, if it's a place where people are walking all the time, like, you know, I'll put my jacket down at the airport or something like that, because it's dirty, and people haven't adjusted on their shoes and things. Yeah, I mean, that that's a lot is common sense. You know, you don't if a place isn't clean, and then I mean, you know,

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prayer, prayer rugs are good things to have, because it's praying on a clean place is his fault. And so if you're out in public places, it's better to have something you know, little prayer rug or something. And now they have nice, tiny little you can carry it around.

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And then having anything in one's mouth during the prayer, you know, like a

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coin or something. People do funny things, reciting Quran while prostrating or bowing. So Quran, it's my crew to do poron in either the Roku or the Sousou. You shouldn't do the recitation on supplicating wildfowling. It's It's my crew today.

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Do I in the bowing position, not in the

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not in the surgery. Yeah.

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And then interlocking the fingers like this, right?

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cracking the knuckles placing the hands on the hips, closing the eyes unless for added concentration. So if you're somebody that has a hard time concentrating and you get distracted because the Prophet was asked about people who move their eyes in the prayer and he said that shift on is stealing from their prayer. So it's better to you know, close your eyes if you need to concentrate like that than to be distracted by people.

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Do the Witter

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Subhana Allah

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Subhana Allah in, in, in the, in the rural hood, or Subhan Allah building will be handy. And then so you do it 3135 times like that. And then when you come out of Dooku semia Allahu demon Jaime de la Mora whenever I can handle indecision, and then the sun is Subhana Allah Allah three times five times are with her amount Subhana Allah and then there's two eyes the prophesize student via mocha who said that the other day Nicaragua potica Subhana produsen Barack Obama there you can see them in the car of a nominal we there's things that the Prophet did, you can make dua allama for liver harmony with to ballia

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you know, whatever you want to do.

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I wouldn't ask for like a Mercedes or anything like that.

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The

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and then Holly Hill adds a few other things sitting on ones two heels. And I think that actually is a position I don't know but you see some in Egypt I've noticed that people do like they do the like that. That's my crew. And it's Yeah, it's chiffons Julius according to the Hadith So

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yeah, I mean, it's just this micro so I know placing one feet together while standing so the feet should be at shoulder in line with your shoulders. And then this thing that modern some I mean, thank God when I first became Muslim, it was all over but it's definitely died down somewhat. This thing of you know,

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putting people's you know,

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I mean, that's a heady

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it's, it's, it's in the, it's in the Sahara Bahati and the man that relates it was eight years old.

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He was back with the kids, you know, when the Prophet would say, to come together and he said they used to put there he was eight years old read the hazards

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It was like people reading Hadees and not knowing what this stuff means. You know, again, it's like 1400 years and everybody was wrong and suddenly the illuminated Muslims come to explain to us you know, yeah, he don't you know, you're supposed to put your you know

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it's insane. It's like a madness.

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You can't know they drive you crazy those people you really feel like punching them because they're more concerned about their feet than they are about their hearts

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you know, I mean look, and this is another proof for Southern that I'll show you because we know that they prayed shoulder shoulder right had will monkey one monkey. I mean, that is a sinner. Now look, if you put that together with another person, it's ridiculous. First of all, I mean, it's just not a sin. There's nothing in any of the books that say it. It's a it's a modern bid out from somebody misreading a hadith. From from man, you know, he's he was a little boy. He was eight years old when he recited and the boys were in the very back and the Prophet said, you know, has one monkey bad monkey, you know, cut them, cut them in other words line up. So they were probably back

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there thinking oh, let's lie, you know, and and that's how they understood it. They were little kids.

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So but if you look now Now, let's both go into trouble.

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See what it does,

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it spreads you apart, so the shoulders aren't. So when you're like that, like this, it's hard to do it. Yeah. So when you're like that the shoulders are there together literally. But when you do that, it puts you apart.

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So that's another one of my proofs.

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So placing feet together while say placing one foot above the other while standing supplicating and other than Arabic for one who's able to speak Arabic, transporting soil of a comfortable temperature to the master prostrate on. I mean, people

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you know, in winter time, it would be very cold. So some of the rich people would like take, you know, or, or it was hot, it was too hot. So because the sun was there, they would have

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somebody move the earth from a shaded area to put it where he was going to do.

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So that's my crew to move the earth for temperature.

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Yeah, I mean, I'm sure they're gonna have heated prayer rugs pretty soon. Nobody's thought of this one yet. But you know, you'll get a little electric prayer rug. You can plug it in, it'll be heated.

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somebody hears like catching

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it gets really hot. Exactly. You can't do says that you'll fry your forehead. It's so hot. You you you've pretty much Yeah, put something down. I mean, they're changing that now because they're actually building the, the shades so it's all going to be shaded. It's almost done.

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They didn't think that they built the whole thing. They brought the best marble from Italy it was cost a fortune. This marble is like most expensive marble in the world because it doesn't absorb sun. Do you know the white marble because you could walk on it even at midday and it wasn't that hot.

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It's what they have on around the Kaaba. It's a marble. So they put all that marble and then they just decided, oh, let's put the so they dug it all up and it's all been replaced. It's just madness. Again, you know, it's really sad. And it's all money and people contracts and business deals and email marketing Delano. When the caniff asked him if he could destroy the Kaaba and build it.

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According to the because the prophets I sent him said had my people not been newly converted into Islam I would have rebuilt the Kaaba

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at the original power Ebrahim because the Carbonell is not, you know, it's less than what Ibrahim built it on the shadow one you know, that marble thing that comes out? That's the original foundations.

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Any mom that Maddox had left her have fun

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when you have an unusually high until we have a cabinet to learn button, the idle MOOC because if you do that, it's going to become some kind of entertainment for the Kings like every King County wants to outdo the previous king that went before him rebuild it and tear that all down I'm going to do mine because now we have the king so and so and then now King so and so dies and King so and so comes and he says I'm going to do it because I want my name on

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exactly what I was worried about.

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And then

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suffocating while standing before recitation, so that's doing the some of the duties that people make supplicating before to shout you can suffocate after to shout, suffocating after the mom has said the final Sadam. So once he says final sum you go out Don't wait until he goes out.

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Now don't wait to do extra things you know finish your to shadowed but don't do extra things after the Imam has gone out you should go out with him. And then stop looking after the first to shout so the first a shout out you don't supplicate you do the to shout as as it is and then in the second show, you can do the supplication.

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Now, these are

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Things that invalidate the prayer. So I guess we can we'll do that tomorrow inshallah.

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The hardest Bab is the Sahel and it's kind of a long

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but I think we're getting through this

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Yeah, no.

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Damn data we're getting through

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someone else.

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Yeah, no, you could. Yep. You could do that.

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The the to hear that the Maliki's recite.

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To hear to the La zakiyah. To the La abeba. To follow to Linda Sarah Monica. You have nebby la who have bought a car to us, Sarah more Elena will Allah evade the law of finding him and shadow Illa law who was the hula shikara was shadow under Mohammed Abdullah who wore a suit who that's the one that the daiya to the law he has zakia to delay a big battle of Tarawa Linda Sarah more Erica nebby. to LA what occurred to who a Sarah more Elena was under a bed in LA his folly in a shadow. Either la who was to the city Cara was shadow, Mohammed Abu who was who

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I mean, just to give you the the prayer, basically, you know, the feet are like shoulder length like that, which is obvious why you shouldn't be doing those

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things.

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And then you go up to the head will monkey bang, right there to the shoulders, Allahu Akbar go down, and then it just rests at the side. And then the Moloch is actually look straight ahead. If you find that,

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you know.

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Yeah, they don't look.

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Yeah, that's why.

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One of the, you know, some of the setup, said he prayed without ever seeing the back of anybody's head, meaning it was always in the first prayer line. You know, so it's basically you look to the horizon.

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You know, the other metals, they have mold their Suzhou that you look to the places to shoot. So you have to work out for yourselves what works best for you. I mean, that's the mannequin position. But if it causes concentration problems,

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and then basically and then your head shouldn't be, because that's all who shoe. So your heads actually supposed to be up, like your neck, you should be in a natural position, it shouldn't, your head shouldn't be broken in the prayer, and then when you go down, Allahu Akbar at the outset, hands there, it's not locked like that, that they should be

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straight but but not locked. And then your head shouldn't be broken either. It should be like that.

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And then up

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like that, but not Nina. And then down, you go down hands first. And then for the the woman obviously does it closer together and keeps your body lower for the man's you have

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like that. And then your hands are at the ear point. And then the if trr is the molecule to do the if trr so it'd be like this in all of the sittings, you go like that.

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And then some people have feet that are better designed for this.

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If you notice, like some people get all the toes going, but is a very interesting, you know, because in Chinese medicine,

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the pineal glands here, which is the master gland. So stimulating that is like a really good

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you know, it's very interesting that that's because it's it's definitely got some meaning of why you would put that toe. It's doing something. But in Chinese medicine, it's actually stimulating the the meridians in the pineal gland, strengthening it Yeah.

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Anyway, so that and then you go up,

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you go up like that, release, and then off back up. And that's pretty much the hair of the monarchies. Uh huh.

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After the

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popcorn, yeah, I mean, there's different things that those are all

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things that are in the hobbies, that people add even

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some people do it.

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But the reason I do it is to remember not to go because I learned you

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know, and I was was more time for like,

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I mean, consistently for almost seven years. So, praying with them all the time gotten into some bad habits, because their bedroom, you know, and they pray that most of the other McDonald's, the real odema, don't do that. But generally more times, pray fast. So they tend to, you know, they come up, out and they boom, they go right into the, so check out all of them. beja, because the Saudis err on the other side, but it's actually their prayer is very good. You know, the way they pray, in Saudi Arabia, the Imams, they really take their time is a little too long. Because, you know, if you go into a mission in Saudi Arabia, you're not going to get out for a while, you know, which is not

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really fair to the people, but that their actual, the prayer, they tend to, they're very good on just the outward form of prayer and taking their time each of those positions, which is good, so you can get into bad habits with prayer. just praying too quickly,

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would be the proper interpretation of the Hadees. And even the strength a little bit

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about some says that about, like, you know, connecting the feet, if there's like,

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any gaps, like the shape on comes between the people and put division in the hearts. Yeah, no, that's true. You should not Yeah, that's why people are stupid up. Like, they're supposed to show that not the fee is not the fee. Yeah, no, that's something you know, even even hundreds of mentions of a wire, the one that if anybody tried that today, people would get angry. And that was centuries ago.

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But that Hades, which no Bishop, you know, Bishop is

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not a man.

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He was a young boy who relates that Howdy. And he said, we used to do this.

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That's inside Buhari. And that's what they base the whole thing on, on his rewire. But all I'm saying is, why did none of the emails in the format tabs, not one of the Obama said that this is meant to show me in any method is did you learn?

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Nothing. So why did they get that wrong? If it's so important?

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Why did the 40 moms all missed that one?

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Why is it in the men do bad to put your feet together?

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Doesn't that make sense to you? I mean, this is something somebody 20 years ago read that heavy in inner Bahati and said, Oh,

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people haven't been doing that for 1400 years. We need to revive the sooner.

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Yeah, putting that that's a good point, too.

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Anyway, I really is very distracting for people. It's just a sign of somebody who hasn't studied

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or they read the wrong book.

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But I've never seen any of the amount that I've stayed with all condemned and [???]. Like he used to get really angry. So what do you guys wrestlers?

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Are you wrestling with your

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online he used to get so upset he was at the moment

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You know, in Abu Dhabi beautiful stopping the real shopping shopping, he used to get really upset.

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No, I've seen people literally like this. And then like, as you move away, they move towards you

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going down to

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person knocking, cuz I thought he was

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in a chemical

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that's a good point. That's why there's a hill up about the position because some of the other methods, but if you actually watch it, because I've written camels and gone down on, when they go down, they go down, the camel goes down like this,

01:31:07--> 01:31:20

right and then goes like that. So that's really what they're telling you don't go as you go down, you go down there and then down. Capital does the opposite. Cam goes down like this.

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And then like that, and then like that.

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So that's what's you've been told not to do? Don't, don't do that. Do the opposite, go down first, like that.

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And then like that.

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But it's different understandings. I mean, they're looking at the same ID and taking different understanding. But again, for me, mnemonics medhelp. And this is what if you if you just understand this one piece, I think it really helps. Malik is not reading these heavies trying to work out what they mean. Like don't go down like a capital. He was living. He has 600 teachers from the teddy lemma, not common people 600 of the tebing, who studied with Sahaba.

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So he's looking at how they're praying. They saw the Sahaba praying, they saw the prophesies and prayers. So it's not like not sorted in advance is reading hobbies and trying to work out what they mean.

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The Prophet didn't say, pray like you say you read in my hobbies, he said falu Kamara, a to move to Sunday. Pray like you see me pray.

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So the prayer is taken by telepathy. It's not taken orally, it's taken visually. You learn from people who learn from people who learn from people. And that's this tradition is developing its transmission. It's not trying to work it out from the books for yourself, you'll go nuts. Really, you'll go crazy. Because there's contradictory hobbies. There's, you know, I heard and I heard you'll spend the rest of your life just trying to work out and email Nautica man once came to him, and he was from a group called the more junior who were, you know, a sec, anyone that knew him that he was? And he said that you have to do that. Let's have a debate. And he said,

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Why? He said, so we can search for the truth.

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And my magic said, and if you win, he said, then you follow me. And he said, and if I when he said that, I follow you. And he said, whatever third comes. And then he debates us and he beats us instead, then we follow him. He said, you're going to be on a new religion every day of your life.

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And he just left.

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Because always there's going to be somebody who can argue better than you. And that's why, if you're going to follow, I say definitely don't follow any one man. When you're here in this class, you're not following me. This isn't stuff I made up. I didn't write a book, how to pray just like the Prophet pray by Hamza user. Based on me looking through all the heavies on here, how brilliant of a scholar somebody is. There's no way one man's going to get it right. This is

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an effort of 1000s of the greatest scholars in Islamic history, looking with a methodology, they have Malik's methodology, but maddix methodology is not his methodology. It's the methodology of the onomah. He studied from it's a group of people. So but they looked at each generation when they said, ooh, I don't agree and that's why you get all these difference of opinion. That's true, but then there's a difference.

01:35:00--> 01:35:09

normative practice, which is what the majority of scholars agreed on the end like the southern Yes, there are managers that say, I'll be able to look at it in an RV. He's a strong man.

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He's a strong mannequin, there are other men from the market that said, but the majority of them, the overwhelming majority said, Southern, and that's what's in the books of the method that the mesh for the method is leaving your hands at your side. So if you do that, there's no problem. That's, that's fine. If you feel more comfortable about that, that's fine.

01:35:36--> 01:35:44

If you want to follow the desert, but there are other hobbies, like I said that if you read the literature, it's not as clear cut as it appears.

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So you're saying that the proper songs to play live like that? Mostly, that's the Maliki position that he prayed with his hands aside, as the last thing that he was doing, that's

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relates IDs

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that the student can use yada, yada, yada

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Nusra Oh, you're sitting,

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you know, or he left them at his side. So he did both. They're both part of the persona like him. I'm

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upset. They're both partisan. But the Maliki school says, This is the dominant position. And in the false, it's this is the place to leave your hands in the nakida. That's fine. If you want to put them there. There's no car here. But in the in the in Meineke school, it's my crew to do that, unless you're following the position of a

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that that's a rojek position that then there's no car

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whatsoever. That's

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about what

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you just said.

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There's no hubby's. That is not my own fee that says the profit data. All of them have problems. Every single I wrote it in Sharla.

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You know, when this comes out, there's a there's a whole essay on it, you can read it, decide for yourself, I don't mind people are finding what they want.

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Is it acceptable for them to make the test lean, like other people do like if you're leading people in prayer, and they make it what I do, if I'm leading people that don't know how to do it, both sides because people don't know that you're out of the prep. They're like waiting.

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I used to do public.

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I used to work when I pray in places because people didn't know, you know, or they think you're Shia or something. But at a certain point, I just decided, you know, I'm not gonna

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it's a strong position. And

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I think it's just sad to me that it's been so marginalized.

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Because none of the men have considered it sooner. None of that.

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doesn't consider it. So did you learn as a sinner in the prayer center?

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Not not

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the actual

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to get all three

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It's crazy.

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Trying to get all three rewire.

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I know you do find some potential. That's true.

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Because they're trying to work out. That's why to me I just liked the action.

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You know, is that

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the beauty of Malik's method to me is the heartbeat is secondary to the

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informatics saying I know there's a lot of heavy stuff and he knew that

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comes before that. I think it's the homage to him of the cinema, none of the comments.

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He said it's not a laptop. So the only other ideas that will be equivalent is the data and if you know if there's a conflict between them, which there's not in his method, but if there was, he's still going to go with that if it's meant to let them amongst the people of Medina

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and that's why I mentioned about any of that. You know, the hadith of rape.

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In the hands throughout the prayer is absolutely 100%. It's one of the strongest hobbies in the collections. And it's the method of the monk Shabbat. That's what he does.

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And Malik knew that it, neither of them use it. Because hanifa said, he had a stronger, in his opinion, a stronger require

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of a bit of a suit. And he said that, if you put the two together, you can't one is not less than the other in their fifth. And then Mr. Malik said, even Omar relates, but he didn't practice it himself. And your medic would know that because Nithya was his teacher, who was the Mona have they been on?

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NASDAQ was his primary teacher and never studied with the drama. So even Omar relates to everything. Yeah, he didn't practice it, you imagine that it's clear that he's relating a hadith from Amana. But the Hadith is not practice. And that's why it's a weapon set. And if you understand this, you'll understand a lot, even a weapon said, and he's one of the great mahadevi thrown in the history of assault. He said, I memorize so many hobbies, I became confused.

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Because there were so many contradictions. And then he said, and thank God for late and modern.

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Because they cleared it up for him, because he went and lay that Monique would say, take that don't take that take that don't take and it's not that they weren't here, it was that there was no action. Because there's there's different learn. See, you have to think of this, in terms of

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if everything was clear, like if everything in Islam was just spelled out, what would happen?

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We wouldn't be having this class.

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There wouldn't be any debates, there wouldn't be any reexamining these texts, the HD hack, this forces us to look at all this stuff and think and, and work these things out because that, but what Allah is asking us to do with this

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is

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just to have better not to get angry at people not to, you know, to tolerate its teaching. And that's why that's what upsets me. It's not that somebody that I'm fine with that it's assumed I don't have a problem with that. But don't tell me this isn't assume that because all you're telling me is you haven't examined the text, you've just read your own Ummah, who happened to be with the Aussie boom.

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They're fanatical about their positions, and they reject the other position.

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Because if you study the primary texts, which I did, to me, I'm like,

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I actually think something stronger than other personally. And, and I don't think that about all the positions a monic, there are positions that I think are weaker their position, I prefer this position. But in this one, I actually think this is a stronger position, because I really believe it was the position of the family of the province.

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It's still valid, it's not cool to do that. You know, but it's not sinful.

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Unless you're making fun.

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It's not like that, it's more like that. It's much harder to pray like that a lot. Like

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I mean,

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you know, you don't need a meth have if you don't study shutting up seriously. Like, if you're just praying and fasting, you know, you can get by without a madman. But once you take it seriously, you realize that without it, you'd have to basically reinvent the wheel and just start over again, because they didn't.

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And, and what's left is for people to learn what they did. My view is in terms of the mama that there needs to be a lot of revision. I believe that in terms of a bed that people should just follow them at home, but in wonder that, you know, buying and selling marriage laws, all the things that relate to those. There needs to be a broaden and you can't I think limiting to one method in a modern age is very difficult in that I don't think it's difficult at all. But it's one that I think

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It's it's not really so you need the other man just start doing the measurements up here like they're trying to do.