Life Of Imam Bukhari 04 Tribulations And Final Years

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AI: Summary © The conversation covers the history and importance of the work ofunds of APAC, including the critical and sad moments of the work, the crisis of the work, and the influence of the work on shaping the writing. The speakers discuss the use of "ITM" in context with "ITM," the potential consequences of the work's influence on society, and the importance of good company and consistency in life. They also touch on the confusion surrounding the title of the Quran and its origin, as well as the struggles of Mr. Biter's death and his message of Islam. The segment ends with a request for listeners not to make copies of the series.
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Bismillah Walkman.

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when he had no hair on his face, meaning that he was a young boy, and people in bussola received him as a hero because he was known, even when he was young, and they used to run after him while he was young gone after him, please had this nice shape.

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And he would say not yet, not yet, not now, not now. And they will force him to sit on the floor, presented by Dr. Sharma.

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I'm begging you to listen to me. They were begging the sheer knocking jumping from the windows please had this

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and then he would sit down. And then you had this home. Produced by message of Islam in 181 is the pharaoh

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when are we living in Cerulean Cuccinelli? sejati Armani Noma Yeah, the love of our mocked at oma yodeling fell into it they don't worry I'm Rashida shadow Allah. Allahu Allah. Mohammed Abu Abdullah mana hola Santa Ana salahaddin oma Casa La to LA he was an alcoholic and in the can high deductible or higher on head Hello Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mashallah moody Matata, Hakuna Matata, Hakuna Matata, Hakuna vallotton brothers and sisters. In lecture three we discussed the teachers and the students of Imam Al Bukhari

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and take this as continuing with the characteristics of Imam Buhari and so far as

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he interacted with his teachers and learned from his teachers and also insofar as the attitude of his students manifested the effect and the influence Imam Buhari had on them. So to a certain extent, we don't want to exaggerate but looking at the characters of the shoe,

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looking at the characteristics of the student also help us get a broader perception of the characteristics of Imam Bukhari. In lecture four, we will discuss the final years of Imam Bukhari and broadly speaking, I will be discussing two themes.

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The works of Imam Bukhari primarily Sahil Jana al Bukhari

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and the second theme will be the tribulation, the crisis of Imam and Buhari and his death.

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So, the themes to be discussed in this lecture will be works of Imam Buhari.

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Second, the turning point in the writing of the Sahara and German.

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Third reasons for the success and survival of Sahil Sharma

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three main reasons class seriousness and determination, continuous studying and reading and then tribulations with Sheikh Mohammed bin Yahya and Zhu Li. And the Emir of Mahara, Khalid Ahmed is lovely. And then his final years, his sickness, illness, death. And then a final point I called it Buhari and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in dreams.

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The works of Imam Bukhari have reached over 25

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books, volumes or small pamphlets. The first of course, was Atari healthier. The first publication was the big history. He wrote it when he was 18 years old. He wrote also a fascinating book that is close in its theme to Chima eternity, which he called an edible morphant talking about the characters and the manners of Prophet Mohammed salah and I am aware that this book is now translated for anyone who would like to have a look at the manners and adapt of Prophet Mohammed Salim. Then, the movement. However, the most famous book, which we all know Imam Bukhari for is Sahih al Jama. Jama in Arabic means comprehensive, and it's called German because this is

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probably one of the first books and it's time

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to talk about Hadith in a comprehensive manner. In the past, some books were designated to Hades concerned Salah, or fasting or judicial procedures in Islam. But Imam Buhari came and wrote this book or written that book, which he called a jam because it is organized according to topics. So it's a compilation of Hadith that was organized on topic under headings such as, for example, faith, purification, prayer, fasting, pilgrimage, commerce, inheritance, wills,

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oath crimes, murders, judicial procedures, war, hunting, death, janazah, etc, etc. So even the themes, the idea was a pioneering idea. Of course, I had JAMA, because only this idea was compiled, it was difficult at that time to guarantee that every book that was written on Hadith was necessarily so high. So when we say that Imam Buhari memorize the Book of hadith of waqia, it is not necessarily that every Hadith in the book of Okinawa or every book in Abdullah had no MOBOTIX was sorry, because at that, early stage, they did not develop that crystallized way of assessing how ahaadeeth to be accepted as accurate sorry, by Hasson all these classifications of what is called

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was tala Heidi, the sciences of Heidi. During the period of an evening Medina, an Imam Al Bukhari Muslim, this science was carried forward in a more crystallized manner, a turning point in the writing of the Sahara. There was actually a turning point, two turning points. The first turning point is that Imam Bukhari himself narrates the story of the Sahara by saying goodbye to and it's hard even know how he is hackable is a fascinating scholar, that was also a close friend to him. I met him in Hamden. So if we want to talk about buddies or friends, three friends were very close to each other. Yeah, I've been marine as hot away. I haven't even had been, I told you, and we might

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shed some light on on that at the end. Although I'm not sure that there is wisdom behind talking about these issues. I told you that the relationship has sold a little bit between the benign and humble and the later years, but the relationship between his heart I don't know how we can handle remain so for the final years of the life of a man and his heart and a boy, basically, because it's how could never have a ally to the man and humble in refusing to confess and to concede to the government and to moon that the Quran was created an issue that I will come to discuss briefly I hope and I asked Allah subhanaw taala to discuss this issue in Quran which is very complicated and I

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don't approve of

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popularizing these issues to the common people, but I will say the minimum that will make us appreciate the tribulation of Imam Bukhari Imam Bukhari says, and he was close again, a close friend of humble as I explained, but also a close friend of his heart away. He says, come to India, it's hard not to Hawaii, for Karla Yama, Yama to Kitab and fissile material Sunni Salah Salem farakka Delica coffee palpi. We were among Buhari says I was with a group of students with a mom is hot in a hallway. And the discussion led us led some people to suggest and looks upon Allah, when the company is good. When the company is bad, let's go and rob a bank, let's go and do this lesson. But when the

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company is good, the effect is not just reflected on the company, their effect is reflected on the oma.

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So you should go and thank those group of people that we're meeting not meeting not in a coffee shop or in Saturday night but at the mosque or in the house of one of these scholars talking about how best to serve the oma through reading the hadith of Prophet Muhammad SAW Sal and bear in mind that during this period, lots of weak Hadith was spread and students were were confused about

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he says a group of people suggested that why

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there isn't a book that compiles all the sorry.

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under various topics. How can that be? Then that had an effect on me? And I decided I will do that. Look at when you're when you are always an aspiration. And you see we can sit now with each other and say we wish we we wish Muslims go to the moon. We wish Muslims land in the moon. You say okay, I mean, may Allah shallow one day we will learn to them. Or you might say i would i would like to land. I would like to be the first one to land in the moon.

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Like Hamad Fattah, he read when he was a teenager, that Constantinople will be conquered. fenyr Mel Amira, Amira, mlj shugenja rasa seldom saying Constantinople will be conquered.

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The best of the O'Meara will be the near the leader that is leading the army and the best army will be that army that conquered. He could have said I my aspiration is that I become a soldier in that army. No, no, no, no, no. I would like to become the enemy of that army. Okay, so remember, he said, I want to be the collector of Jama OSI as hardcopy right away, by the way, by way of introducing him to you

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It's hard to ever have a he's a great muhaddith

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but believe it or not, he knew the Tafseer of every verse in the Quran.

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Okay, so what? No, no Hold on. He knows the Tafseer of every verse in the Quran going back through narrations going back to Prophet Muhammad.

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So every verse in the Quran has six or seven years, based on different time series that Rosalind gave, that were understood by Abdullah nobis to mean and a different thing that was understood by one companion on how to mean a different thing. So when you say to us, ha, ha, ha, we

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have Julio facility calf, what does it mean? He will give you the tafsir. But if you want, he will give you the chain of narrations of that.

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So he is imposing his mentality as a Mohandas on the Tafseer of Quran and Kareem.

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So it's very important to have good company and this is one of the prime ideas one of the main ideas that I won't hit hard in your mind is the importance of good company and this is how Buhari could be relevant to us, Abdullah Mubarak, the scholar that we now are aware of, he says, Well, he in the little sofiero, Elan phobail, in Riyadh, Leon Rafi, what you are out and about access online by Allah, I travel all the way to meet alpha by 11 Ria, just to look at his face, and go back. So this is someone who's not after knowledge. He's after softening of the heart. So it is enough

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to look at the face of fidelity and they say that when you look at his face, it is always as if it was a woman that has just buried her daughter.

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Okay, no joking. No laughing no smiling at that time, especially with alpha while they've been around. And I think in the past, I gave the story of how we converted into becoming he was a thug for a living out and he was in love with that girl. He was the only gangster if you want. But he became a great Zahid and arbit based in Mecca, anyone who wants to see a photo must travel all the way to Mecca.

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It shows the effect of good company epinal Josie says that I had to shave Ghana up to suku What can you say in your article? I had to share that always kept quiet.

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And anything made him cry. He says about me Josie for leadin fcba de la Tula suku te Yamani fi xR me my arm and fear Elmo, while la he, his silence, and his tears have a more drastic effect on me than his knowledge. So I'm trying to show you that good company is not just about knowledge good company is teddy bear is manners is Adam, but also as far as we are concerned, it meant Sahil Jama al Bahar. Now Emanuel Buhari, and you might say this is a magnificent project, but to him Buhari, it is not that magnificent, you know why? Because in a moment Buhari

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has over 600,000 hiji that he is quite certain ensure that it is fire. Okay.

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But fire jammer does not contain 600,000.

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Sahil Jana

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with repeated Hadees repeated meaning what are also Selim says Hadith that you can put under the heading of Kitab and Isa, because the narrator is a woman. I shall delana so he puts it under the topic of women. But the Hadith is talking about charity. So he puts it the same Hadith. He puts it under another topic under the heading of sadaqa. You understand? So even Jama contains repeated hadiths and this was something that was new even of organizing Hadees according to topics. Anyway, why am I saying this to let you know, that Sahel Buhari the total ahaadeeth in it, the total Hadith in Sahih, Al Bukhari with repeated is about 7275.

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Without the repeated According to him, No, he is 4375 and according to saluti, they don't intend to confuse you here. 2500 and let me show you by telling you that

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There are people here in Durban in India in Pakistan who memorize al Bukhari

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but they memorize only 2500 which is not a lot, which is not a lot according to soccer in comparison, in comparison to you Yes, of course and me, of course a lot. But in comparison to Buhari, who knows 600,000 is nothing with all due respect.

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But they memorize and Buhari May Allah subhanaw taala. Bless them Don't mention, of course that they memorize Quran since they were seven or eight. The point is this, that Imam Buhari never claims that Jama monopolizes the Hadith Messiah. He himself says, Look how sensitive he is. You see, he's talking, we are talking about someone who's sensitive. He says, and I could have accommodated or included more Hadith, but I didn't want the book to become too big.

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Because he's thinking about you.

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Italian career technical career, which he wrote 18 when he was 18, they say that it's published partially in India, in Hyderabad.

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Partially, and it came in four volumes. So it's more than that. More than that. Amount Buhari says that when he was 18, he said, I wrote this study, Kabir largest three,

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every name that is mentioned in that book, I know everything about that name. So you say Sophia is Saudi, he will not just tell you he lived in Kufa, he will tell you everything he is was not at all, not our children, or how many years did he live blah, blah, blah. It says trustworthy or not. He says I did not write everything

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about every person that I mentioned, although I could have if I wanted, but

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I didn't want the book to become big. For God's sake, it's already been talked about four volumes. And this is like 20% of the book. 18 years old. So he is saying I know 600,000 but I will give you all that people just 7000 ticket for me. And you you play with that.

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And that's why Mr. Muslim brings hobbies that are not in Buhari, and that's why Mr. Musa brings honey that are not in Buhari doesn't mean that they are less than Buhari, it means that Buhari has them in his books, respects and validates them, but you only thought that under the topic of Salah I just want 20 Hadees I have 200

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but I just would like and you might love 200 he has what I said 10,000 when I mentioned that if I was to make a wish I would stand up and that is 10,000

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on the subject of Salah. So don't tell me that you wouldn't be able to give a lecture on marriage or on sadaqa or engineers or anything. That's why people scholars called him a monster hit not just muhaddith he wasn't a mallet for the fuqaha. Now what were the equipments that registered or added or contributed to the success and survival of Imam Biharis, Sahil JAMA, I could end it and say his memory powerful memory etc etc, as lamartine would say, but again, I promise to make them as relevant as possible. So

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the first thing was loss was sincerity.

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And employment for Barry Farber. He is the student of Eman Bihari you know now, now and forbury. He says Ali Mohammed urbanismo al Bukhari

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Bukhari told me, and he's happy about that. Mahabharata, vikita Sahih Hadith and in love the cell to Kabbalah Dalek was a lie to him.

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I did not write the Hadith in Sahih Jana or did not write the Hadith, but to include it inside Jama without first making an ablution or whistle and praying to a cat. So when you read Sahil JAMA, bear in mind that what you are reading while you're crossing your legs and watching TV, bear in mind that he made this the heart he had a shower, he made ablution he prayed to God he made a law that Oh Allah

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I pray that this is here. And then he puts the Hadith Cairo comment Allah Khurana Allah that's enough. Next, go again to the bathroom and make hostel again and pray to record if you're talking about 7000. That means that for saya JAMA, we are talking about an author who has prayed over 14,000 tracker to write Sahil JAMA, what more of an atlas do you want? And what more of a reason do you want for the survival of Sahaj in German, he was not writing for press conferences. He was not writing photographs in Waterstones he was not writing for the publishers to compete, who will publish more and more he

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was writing

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to serve the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammed Salah Salem and that's why in many dreams he was seen by him and by others as walking over the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Again, talking about memory and I will not focus more on memory but just to give you a man is how he tells him ohare tells him how Mohammed is smart he

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can read 70,000 Hadees as if I'm looking at a book.

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It's hard to believe it's saying this to Buhari.

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Mr. Buhari Look at his humbleness.

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He wants to say with all due respect, this is nothing.

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Mr. Buhari, said our tangible medallic Are you surprised? If I've heard you say, Are you surprised? Now let me look at this humbleness. But let me read it in Arabic First, if you have a second manyara for me, I think alpha Hadith can get up. He says maybe

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on this earth, someone who knows 200,000 Hadeeth as if he reads it from a book. Now if you were hacking away, you will be frustrated, won't you? What is 70,000 to 200,000?

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You know, mojari says once I thought about the friends or those who befriended NSA bin Malik, and I said mark is a great companion who lived till the age of 80 or 90. He had great lots of students because he lived long years. He says remember what he said I once thought about the companions of Imam of nsep Malik, you know, what does this mean? who met nsep Malik.

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And immediately, I could figure out I could mean 300 people.

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I'm imagining imagining going to Google and writing London and waiting.

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Yes, you might. But look, look, Anna's sorry, Mr. mojari. Homemade Ennis, give me five says no, I'll give you 300

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brothers. It's amazing. Amazing. This memory is amazing.

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told you about the 15,000 that he memorized during the 15 days.

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When he came to back that entered back that all of the people venerated him because they heard Buhari is coming Buhari is coming and he was not old at that time as well. The scholars wanted to test his memory. Okay, so they brought 10 students of Hadith.

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And they said each student narrates

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10 Hadith to Mr. Bahari. So you know, a 10 unary 10 unary. Are you with me? Please, please focus on this. You

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owe Mohammed Merritt Hades, where the chain of narration is from sham.

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The scholars are from Sham and you narrate 10 Hadith the scholars are from Egypt, and you narrate, but but

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you take the chain of narration of those that narrated the Hadith in Sham and put it in the method or the text of those who have narrated the Hadith in Egypt. You understand, mix them mix the chain of narration and mix the text and let us ask him

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so he came, and they've asked for Manasa and they said, Yeah, did you hear of this hadith and they brought the first boy or the first student, Allah.

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Allah Rasulullah saw Salah so and so on. So, you know Buhari said I never heard of this.

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Okay, the second time the same student had done so so so so he said, I never heard of this. Heidi.

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The third, the fourth, the number 16 number 17. Number 80. I never heard I never heard now the common people are listening. And if you are a common person and the sheer hissing I don't know, I never heard of it.

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Is this Mr. Bahari? 100. Have you ever heard Mr. Muslim was mad because he could not hear? Oh, he fought he never heard one Hadith and he died out of eating much dates or many dates. People become mad. You see, when they are experts in the field and you say you don't know what you're talking about.

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So he said after everyone finished, he said, You said this hadith he went to the person. He said you narrated this Hadith, which I said I never heard, however, and he put the narration of number 16 at number 10 number 11. At number two, number eight at number 15. The animal said

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Of course they could understand you say that Allah said when he said I never heard I never heard I never heard. The other man nodded and smiled and understood that he understood the trick. But the common person people, as usual, said, Oh, he's ignorance. You see, this is the difference between the Altima and the common. So

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even harder in alphabet, Halle Berry shuksan Buhari, he commenced on that incident by saying, What is amazing in that incident is not the fact that he memorizes this that he has he

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because he already memorizes hundreds of 1000s so what is 102? Imam Bukhari but what is amazing is that he even memorized the wrong Hadees the made up or the fabricated Hadith from one listening

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Can you can you stretch your imagination about how photographic memory genius are we talking about? So he's not only prepared to learn your mobile numbers, but he is also able to learn the fabricated mobiles that you fabricate instantly he will remember while five minutes ago, you will forget your own fabrication.

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loss, genius memory. What else do you want? Well, seriousness and determination clear and Ill Buhari admin della Indian have any good advice that you give for someone to strengthen memory? He said what what he said and others. I don't see anything better for memorization than

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metal Raja muda Juan Mata Nava, Natarajan determination and enthusiasm continuing to have this determination, continuity, consistency, it's not a moody thing. Oh, that I'm hyped up after this lecture. I'm going in Sharla to go to India and Yemen and Egypt. No, no, it's about consistency. knowing exactly what you want to do in life, not being confused, trying to sort out for the last 10 years whether music is haram or halal searching your life out.

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And Moodle one another continuing to read and to study. Of course, I will not dwell too much on seriousness of Imam Bukhari. I already told you about an Imam in fairbury, saying that, that I used to witness Imam Buhari waking up 18 times in the night and you might be shocked by saying by hearing that 18 times, I found a fascinating quotation for the sisters.

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Fatima then Tisha fairy.

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Fatima Imam Shafi had a daughter called Fatima

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she says, a stretch to the abbey Layla Sabrina maka. So if you remember how he woke up 20 times.

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Fatima says I lit the light for my father Imam Shafi 70 times in the night. So don't tell me about people snoring while they are sleeping. And don't tell me that when your father asks you to open the lamp or to bring a cup of water you say I am busy. No You better do it. Even if he asked for a cup of water 70 times otherwise you will not be as good as Fatima

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even Kathy says Lazio to actigraphy line was sirajul Jonas Hata Baba saaremaa Allah Allah Allah up to men you can do not even caffeine is talking to him with the heavy. He's saying to me, a sink to me, I wish he was saying to him, they're heavy. Even caffeine is saying to him at the heavy. I'm still continuing to write that book in the night. Imam Ibn katheer was writing a book of Hadith, but he never finished it. compilation of hadith of Muslim, humble, bringing all the Muslims, all the books of Hadith and combining them and probably commenting on some of them. And he did not finish the project. He told the man with the heavy, I'm still continuing to write in the night and the oil

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is exhausting gradually and slowly and so much so that I've run out of oil that I am writing in the dark, so much so that my eyes I'm losing my sight, I cannot continue and he became blind at the end of his life. And he says to him if they have you Allah Allah Allah, you know, I hope one day someone will come and continue this project.

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Brothers and sisters these people were amazing. It's not that they want to monopolize fame. No, they are working for the sake of Allah and no harm if you if you say to mom, Kathy, I'm ready. I'm ready. I will finish it. He will say Go ahead.

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But you might finish it after a page or two. So these people were great. Madonna to another continuing to read even Tamia had a massive library. I've been telling you had a great library. He said a lot to alpha 00 to no faraja to me, I want you to you know him even Tamia has got book of the Self Storage node which I recommend that the sister especially like on cutoff said he said sisters should know how to do how to sew

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and how to add to memorize certain note because Sora to know

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About relations, men and women, it's about knocking the door. So every mother should learn sort of that was our top of the line who used to say, everyone I think should learn Seurat and not including men. amount of entertaining has a book called tafsir surah Noor he says, When I wanted to write a book on Sula to noon, I had to read for every verse 100 150 for each verse, and then put my own Tafseer which is 101 the amount of time his student, the people who wrote his biography say that he was mad about buying books, that when he died, his sons had to sell the books because they needed money. But even then, they continued for years and years and years to sell his books. Admiral Josie,

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again, he said, mash biomin motala takuto I never feel satisfied reading books. And when I look at when I see a book, it is as if I am looking at a treasure. And if I say to you, he is saying to his students, and to his audiences. And if I say to you that I have looked at over 20,000 volumes that will be less than what I've actually read. Even then I'm still reading even then I'm still a student.

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One of the students who I know he says I entered to the house of Imam and now he to sit, I could not find a place to sit until he actually moved all the table moved all the books that were not just on the table, but were everywhere in the light in the room, that I had to remove everything or he had to remove everything for me to sit. And there are other other stories. I'll tell you a funny story. I never say personal stories, but why not? If there is an example about us contemporary, I don't want to exaggerate but probably I share. Of course he I am nothing compared to him but I shared with Imam Edna Josie the love for books, yani books to me is like, I don't know what. And I have funny

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stories about myself with books and going into libraries, bookshops, etc. When I was in Kuwait, during the invasion of Kuwait and the Iraqis wanted to pull out, I was in that massive apartment that had lots of people. But everyone left except our flat, we stayed until the end, one day, I was looking from the window and I saw lots of Iraqi tanks. So I asked the soldier, I said, What are you going to do? He said, we are going to blow this building. Usually they will hit it with a tank, and it burns. It burns the entire building. So I said how many times how many minutes? How many times do we have to evacuate the building? He said you better evacuated now, because in a minute, we will

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bomb this building. And my imagine when there is an emergency they say leave all the valuables Do you really leave all the valuables? No, we take everything. Imagine your mother taking the jewelry and, and and everyone wants to just run but before running, he left to take the most and I actually began to run is to run. But once I got out the flat, I see I saw all the flats open, because they broke into all the flats just to make sure that there are no human beings before. So I I was taking the lift or rather, taking the stairs and I saw that flat over the door was open. And there was a library inside. So I actually left thinking about the stairs and and I went into the and I just

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stopped and looked and the building was going to need to be bombed in a minute. And I was looking at these books and say I'll take that I'll take that because that's the impression I had all these books will be banned. So I took as much books as possible. And then my mother saw me and she was having her jewelry and I was having my books. And I took and I spent the entire period reading the books. The books actually turned out to be belonged to a lawyer. I was disappointed that he came back after the liberation of Kuwait because then I had to give him the books and I said thank you very much I read them all. This is just the story about when someone loves something. He thinks

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about it all the time.

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So yes, fascination with books. Okay, now brothers and sisters, we come to the tribulation of Imam Bukhari

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during the last period of the bosiet period, or during the final years of the herbicide period there was and I will not shout here I hope because this is not emotional. This is a bit ideological and intellectual and I hope that you will try to understand

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there was this great fitna, which is called Kalkan Koran, or the creation of the

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During the time of Mr. Moon, you know that Mr. Moon was this intellectual halifa that was interested in translating books from the Romans and the Greek philosophy etc. And there was this the rise of the Montecito.

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And Mr. Tesla we're out of trying to venerate Allah subhanaw taala denied that Allah subhanaw taala does anything that gives a doubt of him equaling in any way human beings so if I took a lot of note took, if I hear a lot is not here. Of course Alison l Gemma says know if Allah says that I hear he hears but not in a way that we hear. So we should not make that wheel and we should not interpret, but we should believe, as we are told. But Alma Tesla said no. And therefore if Allah does not speak then the Quran is not created because it was never uttered by Allah subhanaw taala okay that Allah Subhana Allah subhanaw taala spoke to Musa Jad, even Durham, who was a proponent of the idea of the

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mortality, they said, No, Allah did not speak to Musa Allah spoke that to the three, or Allah inspired the three and the three spoke to Moses very silly arguments and debates that were

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spread at that time. And you cannot rationalize why etc, etc, except to say that it was a fitna and when fitna arises, young minds are being lost. The problem wasn't democracy, the problem that the ideas of the Morteza became an official ideology of the state under the moon and Moon prosecuted everyone who did not believe that the Quran was created, and lots of scholars under pressure under torture conceded a few scholars Did not you will be surprised to know that Ali Adnan Medina conceded, did not concede because he believed that the Quran was created. But he conceded because he was tortured many, many times. He said they have prison imprisoned me in a dark room for over three

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months shackled, and I lost weight and he was quite slim. And he suffered a lot. So he conceded. Yeah, he had been married, also conceded and this was one reason why I haven't humble stopped befriending. Yeah, I've been married. And that's why he also stopped befriending Ali Adnan Medina, he did not even was not willing to forgive those who conceded, because really, that was a tribulation. And that's why you might have been stood in history as that star that saved the sun. Otherwise, if Mr. Mohammed conceded maybe lots of people would have conceded, but he stood against that. fitna, so the Quran was not created.

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The martyrs in I wanted to go around it a little bit by saying that, okay, if the Quran is not created, then I don't want to be silly by telling you things that you might find complex and difficult. So I will not dwell too much but the markers and I said okay, at least

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lovely Bill kurama, Luke,

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my utterance of the Quran is created. So Martin is saying the Quran is created, because it did not emanate from Allah subhanho wa Taala. But I am humbled and so now I believe that Allah speaks, and anything that he says is not created.

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So they said, Okay, our utterance of the Quran is created,

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but to handle even that was not acceptable, you know, why? Because it can have a double meaning, our utterance of the Quran is created,

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could mean

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the occult, through my tongue, so my tongue is created.

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Or it could also mean to the common people,

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that who allow had is created, you understand that, that what I utter is created which is the same as the Quran is created, you understand? Fine Alhamdulillah very good, this was the most difficult bit

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the utterance of the Quran is created

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is not acceptable because it can have double meaning. One meaning is correct. The other meaning is not correct.

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So in our humble said,

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I will not accept anyone saying anything about the Quran, other than the fact that the Quran is not created. Okay, Mohammed, my utterance of the Quran is created, No, I will not accept even that. Why? Because the common people do not understand that so I will close the door. You understand?

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Mr. Buhari did not want to close the door. He wanted to make it clear that there is a difference between uttering the Quran through my tongue which is created and between making that which is uttered ie the Quran created.

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So he would always say

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the Quran is not created, our actions are created. Our utterance is part of our actions.

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Then our utterance of the Quran is great.

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You might say very silly difference, but it was the difference and people divided among

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themselves about that difference. Buhari

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entered Nigeria, both

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in the eastern part of Iran, and he was well received by its people, and he was well received by the share of nice Abu Mohammed.

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Mr. Mohammed Ali

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adopted the same viewpoint of Mr. Harmon Hamburg, we should not open this subject. And when Mr. Bahari came, he said to his students,

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Mr. mcquarry Roger Lawson, benefit from his knowledge, but please don't ask him about color. not asking about Akita and Quran. Because I know his views and if he begin to talk about his views, I think he will create division in Isobel, and we've already learned trying to unite the people over this issue of not opening the subject. One person took this as a friend to create problems to him and Buhari so he went to the circle of Imam Bukhari, which became very popular in naisha board and said, Yeah, Imam it's not any more a question of Quran is created. All of this is a silly question. It has been settled now. But all Imam, our utterance of the Quran is created or not. This is not to

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say that the second question and Imam Bukhari knew the trick. He knew that this is a setup. And he did not answer the question. He ignored it. And if you're a troublemaker, you will insist. He says, Yeah, I asked you lovely bill could look or not. And Mr. Bahari ignored him for the third time via email. Please tell me I love the look or not if it was handled, he would beat him up. And he will say Shut up. I will not answer the question and you are a man of beta. Take him outside the most because Mr. Malik did this.

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Mr. Bahari is different. Mr. Bahari think that he's a genius, a man of great caliber that can deal with people who think that they are muscular enough. He could beat them up intellectually rather than physically or through debates rather than shutting them up different approaches.

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So he said to him, Look, look, this is literally what he says.

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He says, The Quran is not created, our actions are created, our utterance are created

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full stop.

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He did not say our utterance of the Quran created because he knew that this will be misunderstood by the masses. But he stopped

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and the person went outside the circle and spread rumors.

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Remember how he says love the blue love the blue gloves?

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Which is in my company sense,

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is a matter of beta.

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And the humble agrees with the man Buhari, that my utterance of the Quran is muckleneuk.

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But he does not agree that it should be popularized to the masses. You understand? Are you with me? He says that we should close the issue. But remember how he wants to educate the people? You know why? Because at the time of Imam Bukhari, there were a group and extremists, the Jamia, they used to say what they didn't have a problem with or not. They had a problem with the actions, they say our actions are not created.

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So remember how you had to deal with them. So all the time saying our actions are created, our actions are created to answer those kinds of people that did not exist at the time of the location of Imam, Ahmed Mohammed.

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Mohammed could afford to shut the issue to close the issue. But Mr. Buhari had to confirm to those people that our actions are MK Luca, and therefore our utterances our tongue, our teeth, our voices are created. But that was misunderstood by the people of Nisha boo, because the issue was new to them, especially that Mohammed Ali have asked everyone to shut this issue. So they said to me, Mom, Buhari in his circle is talking about that issue. Lovely.

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So hamadani is lovely. He said Whoever goes and attends the circle of Imam Bukhari is a man of Buddha.

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And people stopped attending the circle of Imam Muhammad, except to someone called Ahmed even Adam that you might not know and Mr. Muslim. One day

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he was sitting in the circle and Mr. Muslim was a former student of urea. They've been hammered is loading. So Mr. Muslim came? Yeah, as though he knew that he came from the circle of Eman Buhari, it was reported to him.

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So how many of you said in a loud voice, whoever sits with Buhari is a man of beta. And everyone knows that he started getting him a Muslim

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should not be sitting with us. So Mr. Muslim, took his cloak,

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put his turban on his head and left.

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And all the ideas

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that he collected from him and

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he asked the porter to come carry all these massive amounts because Mr. Muslim was born and brought up in Asia born. So he is originally from Russia born from Eastern Iran. So Amanda Lee is his chair before remember Hari. But because he was falling, fell in love with Iran because he is willing to divorce the entire world for him. So he took all the massive, you're attacking me, okay, thank you very much. I don't want your hobbies. And he took all the bodysuit

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put it on a camel and said this goes to him. I'm sorry. I don't want to see him. I'm totally. And he continued to say to stay with him. And

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then they came to remember how they said Yes, ma'am. It seems that you are creating trouble in the city You better leave. So he left. And he made this though. He said Oh Allah. I bear witness that I did not come to an isobelle seeking fame or seeking anything. I just came to educate the people and he left and he never spoke to Hamad bin. Yeah, absolutely. Although, if you read Seidel Bukhari, there are 34 hadiths that he narrated from hamady, which shows how decent Mr. Bahari was that you called me a man without that you spread rumors on me. Yet I venerate I respect your knowledge and I will include 34 hotties that's a lot by the way. A lot 34 hotties from PubMed I don't want you to go

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home having a bad view of our family but yeah, God, great scholar knew hundreds of 1000s of headings. But at times of fitness and tribulation, people sometimes can become a little bit sensitive to certain issues. Then Imam Buhari, he went again to kohara upset of course being expelled basically from Nisha boo Muslim said Salam aleikum, we meet again inshallah, in the future.

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when he reached bahara, the Emir of Mahara, who is called Carla development, sent a letter to him request saying, come and give give hadiths come and have different commentary to us. In our palace. Buhari said, Now the last one.

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I don't humilate knowledge, and I don't carry it to the doors of the rulers. So the ruler was upset. So I said, Okay, I will send my children at that time. So I Buhari was compiled, okay at that time,

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and 90,000 students heard it, okay. So he wanted to have the privilege that I'm here to let his sons hear it. But remember what he said No, I will not go to your palace. You know, my house, you know, my most come.

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Then he, the Amir said to him, okay, I will send my sons to listen to you, but you just give them a private session.

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He said no, I like

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Mr. Coleman. Do not. I will not privatized knowledge. Knowledge is for everyone. Make your sons Come and sit in the circle. He became that he became that and what else to do to black in the image of Imam Bukhari then to spread one rumor that he's a man of VEDA. He's actually the something he's actually the is dodgy. Have you heard this word? Yeah. Well, they said it remember what is it? This dodgy? Okay. And of course, the common people Oh, dodgy dodgy. So they spoken about Imam Bukhari and he was expelled. This is a sad ending. You know why? Because if I'm expelled from the Shabbat, I don't care. But if I am Buhari, and I'm expelled from my hometown, this is shocking. This is

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shocking. And then, in fact, he made a DA

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against all those people who have harmed him, especially this Amir or LA show them in themselves and in their families, what they intended for me, show them the harm that they've intended in that and Subhanallah you might agree or disagree with him and Buhari why he should make the against, but this is buhari when he makes it. You'll be careful. A month after that Doha the military coup happened and Amir was exiled. And they put him on facing the other way around on a donkey like what they did with the amount of time the student had been Tamia. And he was he humiliated in the city and they exiled him. There was another person that was spreading rumors in the city about Ilan Buhari. The

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historians never say what has happened, but they say something scandalous happened to their family happened to his family that we cannot mention. So I'll leave it to your imagination to think about that. He went from bahara and he was invited by people in summer and they invited him because they wanted to listen to his hobbies, however, Buhari at that time was a controversial personality, and the people of some are disputed among themselves would have to allow him in or not. This is fascinating.

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yonny surprising Mr. Buhari, you are negotiating whether to let him to give him a visa or not. Can you relate to visas problem anyway? So they were disputing. And he stayed in borderline between bahara and between summer camp in a city called corrupt neck, correct neck in a city that was between summer and bahara. And he said, I will wait until the problem they sold themselves out whether they would like to invite me on or not. And month passed and they said the Imam It seems that in summer candidates sorted their problems out and they would like now to invite me all I was invited, I will not go But who am I and II rubbish. But I don't like to go to a place where people

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hate my guts anyway. But Mr. Buhari is unlike me, unlike all these kinds of people because he is servicing Allah. He doesn't care what people think. If people want me I will come even if one person stays with me, I will narrate to him this hadith. However, when he was ready to walk, he suddenly became ill. And he walked 20 steps reaching his camel to go to summer camp. But he said no, no, I better go back home. I feel I am weak. I feel I am ill. They took him back to her neck, and he passed away. In the evening of Saturday, the evening of eat fatahna or even further the following day is Regan photo.

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He passed away at the evening of Saturday, after Salat Elijah. He was buried the following day, after a lot of over 62 years old. Lots of stories about mosque and about sweet smells coming out of his grave so much so that the common people and as it's always the case, taking sands from his graveyard wanting the Baraka from the graveyard of Imam Buhari, that the Emir of the place where he died, had to put wooden barriers over and round the grave of Imam Bukhari when he passed away. Typically, again, those who have disagreed with him those who have spread rumors about him, repented, became to his grave and began to cry, and ask Allah subhanho wa Taala for his forgiveness.

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There were a couple of dreams after his death. Abdullah had been Adam, the person who was with Muslim deciding to stay and attend the circle of Imam Bukhari in Nisha boo he says, right now via sallallahu alayhi wa sallam female wha hoo Gemma Amina Sahaba wahaca from female that Anyway, let me tell you that the translation he says I saw Abdullah has been added he says I saw an eBay seller sell them in my dream, and with him was a group of companions and he was standing for salon to LA I said to him in the dream Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh he says walaikum salam, and then I asked him mo Fukunaga Rasul Allah y o rasulillah. You're standing here. He said, I am waiting

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for Mohammed bin Salman.

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He woke up from the dream. Five or six days later, he realized that Mr. mojari died. He asked when he said they said to him the evening of Saturday, he said Subhana Allah this was the evening when I saw Selim, saying to me I am waiting for Imam Bukhari. The Spirit will come soon and I will meet there is another dream that scene by any moment for buddy who was his student, he said right in a DSLR a silent film man am I supposed to hustle and in my dream for Carla Lena to read now this time? Salim is asking the question, Where are you going? and email me. As a dedicated student of human Buhari, he said I am going to meet Mohammed Ebony smile for Karla sallallahu wasallam This is not

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Heidi this old dreams for Carlos arcilla Khomeini salam, please convey my Salah to him. Brothers and sisters. We conclude by just saying that the purpose of Kitab kiya yBnL. Josie was one that we may appreciate the standing unimportance I hope by today, you appreciate the importance and standing of Imam Buhari second to initiate the enthusiasm of listeners if the listeners had the will and the desire to attain the highest status. I wish you all have the will to have this highest status. I wish all of you have this mad enthusiasm to become even close to Mr. Bahari. Third, humbling those who are proud of themselves when he or she hears the stories of those who are difficult to compete

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with and I hope that now you're convinced, convinced that it's difficult probably probably to compete with Imam Bukhari. My aim. The fourth purpose, which I hope I've been successful in doing was to make relevant to contemporary Muslims living in the West, living in London, living in Britain, to make it relevant to him the story of Imam Bukhari

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