Hussain Kamani – Stories of the Companions 24-08-2023

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The interviewer discusses the importance of the Prophet's deen and its use in relation to religious matters, as well as the deification of his name and deification during events. They also touch on the narratives of recent protests and their impact on the media. The interviewer provides context for the narratives and their impact on the media.
AI: Transcript ©
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah who woke up was salam ala Ibadan Latino stopper.

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Persona Allah says he did receive a hot meal MBA or legal Ischia was

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a MOBA.

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Today we gather to discuss and remember the great legacy and story of

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a legendary companion of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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who, whose knowledge is so widespread

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that it is difficult to find a single Muslim

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that doesn't know his name.

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So we began with a line of poetry

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that captures the essence of what legacy actually is.

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So you have a call hot tuba the Fill Kitabi whatever well yeah, the woman if it turabi

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for ya later lady Yatra Okita V the ALI Bill philosophy minute

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he says so yeah, buckle hot to buddy Phil Kitabi.

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What I have written shall remain

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what I have written down during my life it shall remain whatever lol yeah do mean if it turabi While my

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and that actually wrote it disintegrates in the grave.

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As the insects are eating away at me, and I've been buried away, transitioning from this role to the next. I come to an end. But my words continue.

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So you have a call to buddy Phil Kitabi whatever little yellow mini fit to Robbie by Arleta lady Yatra okey, tabby. So I hope the one who reads my words. The Ali bill. Hello, see Minal Hisashi. He prays that I am freed from any accountability with Allah on the Day of Judgment.

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When you see my name, when you see my words, just direct a dua towards me.

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So we make dua that Allah subhanaw taala showers his infinite mercy on Sayed Abu Huraira, or the Allah hooter on

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whose name is remembered in every Joomla, hutzpah and everydayness of Hadith and ever writing a fifth,

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whose name is plastered throughout the Islamic legacy,

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a beautiful decorative piece on every page of Hadith

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on Abu Huraira authority, Allah Juan,

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a child hears this before they even know what it means.

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Oh, here are the hola Juan is Yemeni from the tribe of DOS.

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He accepts Islam at the hands and as a result of the Dawa of Tofail banana dosi

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who himself has a phenomenal story. He meets Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was salam in the early days of Islam. Nabi SallAllahu, ala he was set up this is early days of Islam to fill up an Amana dosi meets Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He has this fascinating phenomenal, intriguing interaction with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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he's been told not to listen to the Prophet of Allah when he arrives in Makkah, everyone says the man is a magician he will change you.

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A sitting next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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with cotton tucked away in his ears, so he doesn't even accidentally hear the prophets voice.

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Little did he know that through his Dawa, one of the greatest giants would take birth. So no cotton can stop what the ad has already written.

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He is sitting near the Kaaba. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is reciting Quran and the words penetrate and seep through the cotton into his ears. He is so touched by what he hears that he pulls out the cotton to hear the words of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and moments later, he's saying a chateau La ilaha illallah wa Chateau and I'm humbled and

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sends him back to his people that you will go back to your tribe and you will invite you will invite them to Islam and stay put.

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He heads back to his community. Some except some don't accept from the people who do accept is a young man without any child or any wife with one mother who he is loyal and dedicated to.

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He accepts Islam.

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And then six years after migration, six years after migration.

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The tribe from those finally comes to Madina Munawwara to meet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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in that tribe was Abu Huraira the Allah one

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it was Fajr Salaah time so they joined in Fajr Salah,

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leading them in prayer wasn't the Prophet of Allah and he said, maybe said Allah why they will send him wasn't leading prayer that Fajr rather He prayed behind

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for so late to subhanho faceva ortofon

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He prayed Salah behind a another companion of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam seabob In order to follow the Allah one

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for Cora officers detail hola be Surah Maryam or Phil after a while Oh Lily moto Fifi.

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Everything is picture perfect. Every memory is intact.

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We prayed Salah behind him in in the first raka he prayed Surah Maryam and then the second raka he recited Surah MacDuffie foon

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they were then informed that was sort of Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam has gone on with his companions on an expedition to Highbury.

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So they continue their journey.

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And when he arrives and Faber he lays eyes for the very first time on the beautiful face of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was set up

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and he embraces the hands of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and recites the testimony of Islam shadow a La Ilaha illa Allah wa shadow Anam, Hamid Abu also.

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His love pursuit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was so tense, that in the presence of the Prophet of Allah, with access to the Prophet of Allah, he forgot the whole world.

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Forgot all of it.

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He himself says that I never saw a face that was as beautiful as the face of the Prophet of Allah. Before my Islam and after my Islam two

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years later, he remembers he says that when I saw the face of a suit of loves that Allahu alayhi wa sallam, I would sit there and look at it. And it was as if the moon I'm sorry, the sun was reflecting off of her sort of loss of allottee

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how radiant and bright was Rasulullah

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Ha ha ha.

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Now that he's Muslim, and he realizes he's older and age, he's in his 30s. He wants to make up for lost time.

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So he puts everything on hold in life, and gives his day and night to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, No wife, no child, but he has a mother.

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His challenge in life is that

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he loves the Prophet of Allah so intensely, but his mother doesn't understand.

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She doesn't get what's going on here.

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I was speaking to

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some folks at the campus earlier this week.

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And they were two fathers. And I said to them, that you both are a mercy on your children.

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Because you've sent your students, your children to study with us. I interact with many students on campus whose parents are not in favor of them studying Islam.

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So whenever the chapter of vitriol while it then comes up obedience to their parents, I glance up to look at them, and they're always covered in tears, trying to understand how do they manage these relationships? On one side, their own parents are the barrier. And here you are facilitating everything in life. You've basically become a hadham for a polygon. You're not just doing cinema and taking care of your children. But you're doing it so the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala and a service to the sort of loss that Allahu alayhi wa sallam can be complete. How beautiful are us parents? Every child makes dua that Allah blesses them with parents like this. I will Hideto the

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Allah one had the opposite situation. His parents weren't in favor.

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Earlier today, there was a sister who came to meet me

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a Hindu sister who accepted Islam.

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She says how do I tell my parents that I'm Muslim?

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I asked her that if you tell them you're a Muslim.

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What do you think the consequences will be? She said that I'm almost certain they will disown me.

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And I also potentially fear physical harm.

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I said to her there was a sister who met me some years back in Dallas. And she was crying and I said what happened? She said Chef, what is the ruling of praying Salah in the toilet in the bathroom?

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So awkward question who wants to place the law next to a commode.

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So she says to me that I am also a Hindu convert. And if my family find out that I Muslim, I fear repercussions. So the only place where I can pray Salah and peace is next to the toilet in the bathroom.

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I pray my fajr before also the mother of each other and my tahajjud salah I don't miss one Salam

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I was so shocked by her statement. I said to her that it's possible that the sacrifice that you're making for every soldier of yours and everything that you know is at risk. Every time you worship Allah may hold more value than what we do in the front of

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Allah knows best after that.

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How much per sacrifices she wakes up for the 100 Salah and prayers that were

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in the bathroom.

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And here, look at Allah subhanaw taala all the opportunity has given us no one stopping anyone here from praying salah. You can pray all you want to.

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But we unfortunately are enslaved by our next

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modality Allah Juan is stuck in this situation.

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What do I do?

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He keeps inviting his mother to Islam. And every time he invites her she rejects. He invites her again. She rejects it. It's a tough situation for him.

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He narrates a story himself of what happened with his mother.

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The narration

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actually starts off in an interesting way. I will put it into the hola Juan once said to an individual that there is not a person who believes in Allah and His Messenger, but he will love me. There's not a single Muslim out there, but he or she will love me.

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That person said what kind of statement is this? Why do you say that? He says, Well, let me tell you. My mother was not interested in Islam and rather she hated it. Every time I invited her she rejected me and one day when I invited her to Islam, she went so far and got so carried away. She said some statements about a sort of loss of a lot Islam that shattered my heart and I broke out into tears

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was angry and frustrate

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Did I left the house?

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Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam saw Abu Huraira the Allah one with tears in his eyes crying.

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You asked him

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Are you crying?

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A messenger of Allah I'm crying out of grief.

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What are you grieving over? My mother said something about you that has hurt me so much.

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Well messenger of Allah make dua to Allah that He guides the heart of my mother.

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Maybe some of Allahu alayhi wa sallam raises his hands and mixed a lot of Allah O Allah guide, the mother of Abu Huraira, Viola one.

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He was so happy by this dua, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and these people have such belief and every statement of abuse that Allahu alayhi wa sallam that without waiting a moment he rushes back home, to give her glad tidings that she's about to become Muslim. The Prophet of Allah made dua this is happening. So on his way home,

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he he sees the door is slightly open. Right when he's about to enter, he hears some water falling from someone taking a shower. His mother says to him stay where you are.

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I stood outside the house and my mother put her garments on and she gave me permission to enter and when I entered before I said even one word she said a shadow Allah ilaha illallah wa shadow and I'm humbled.

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The people who serve the deen

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in those who sacrifice everything for the sake of Allah.

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Be optimistic and know that Allah will take care of you.

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Sometimes marriage may be tough, sometimes business may or may not work out sometimes your health takes a toll and you get a little lonely and think yeah, Allah, come on.

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A few drops. It's really dry here right now.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala will always take care of you.

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Ahead of the Allah one mother doesn't become Muslim because of his Dawa. Rather she become a Muslim from the dua of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, which was made for him specially because of the sacrifice that he made for the sake of the deen.

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And at that point, Abu Dhabi Allah Juan says, I ran back to much the nub we this time to go and share the good news with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when I entered into the masjid, I was crying, the Prophet said, Why are you crying? He said, our messenger of Allah this time it's out of joy. My mother became Muslim.

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A Bahauddin over the Allah Juan was family told us that allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He himself says that I was with the Prophet of Allah in Suffolk and in hover. When we traveled I was with the Prophet audience and other sunnah. When we went to Mecca makalah for Mr. Hodge, I was with Rasulullah sallallahu. It was when we were in Madina, Munawwara and the Prophet it said that the Saddam went out for a stroll to the markets I was by the side of an abusive Allahu Allah He was there when he went to check up on a particular people in Medina I was with him. When he walked over to Cuba I was with the prophets of Allah Islam when he went to to Ohio to visit the shahada there none of the Allah Juan is there when he entered into his home Ebola or the hola Juan says I would

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enter into his home with him as well.

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Such a close relationship

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so that he becomes Muslim. Maybe sort of long while he was Saddam asked him What's your name?

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He says Abdur shrimps.

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Name with ship in it. The slave of the sun.

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you are under a rock man.

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And from that day onwards, he is known as Abdul Rahman of Lucifer. Abu Huraira number one Abu Huraira Abdullah Hassan Hassan, Radi Allahu wa nan regarding his exact name, there is an epic discussion among them Hadith

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if you go through the works of biography, you will find so many opinions there. Some scholars have listed over 20 opinions regarding his actual name going to Josie Mola with Allah list over 12 of them. These are the names that are attributed to him out of them the two most common ones, some Hadith when, what with Abdullah, and the second group of them said his name was Abdurrahman of NASA. And there are many of you I asked to study to understand this. But his name wasn't what he was known by he became known by

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Abu Haneda

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the father, the kitten.

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Why did he get this name?

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Students of knowledge would have very deep sleeves. It was like a sack. You would put your scribes in there

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Put your books in there, put your pen in there and then loop your sleeve through your finger and now you had a little bit of a small compartment that you can hold things in.

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Whatever the Allah one would hold kittens there because of his love for cats. When people saw him, they said he is Abu Huraira and then on top of that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam called him abou here

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in the masculine form. So he loved that a lot to either someone called him a bowhead or they call them Abu Huraira. He loved it so much that that's what he became exclusively known by right up till the point that people forgot his actual name. It wasn't even used among people anymore.

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But whenever the Allah one had

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the DUA Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with him

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in the DUA Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam for him was that Allah subhanahu wa Tada protect knowledge in his heart. He narrates multiple incidents, and each of them are very beautiful. One of them where he says, I took my garment and put it on the ground and Rasulullah said a lot of sort of made some dua for me. And as if he made a gesture that something was being poured in there, the Prophet of Allah told me to gather my garbage, I gathered it and put it around me. And after that day, I never forgot anything again.

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And one place, and another narration

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a person came to zaytuna Tabitha the hola Juan to ask him a question.

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Xavier metabo the Allah one, a companion who we will dedicate a whole class to in sha Allah, a great companion of the Prophet Allah who set up maybe so long while he was praised him for his intelligence

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and knowledge and realizado Anita bitten Fussa Allah Who and Shane

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Bacala ecobee Abbey Herrera, this giant and fountain of knowledge Zaidan the Fabrika the Allah hawan when asked a question he defers to Abu Huraira

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he says to the questioner asked about whatever under the Allah hawan your question

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but in the Hubei Anna Anna wa Hua, Hula, hula and Phil Masjid in other part of jolinar Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fact Elesa kala rule do Ilana quantum

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one day the reason why he told him to go to Abu Huraira one day, three of us were sitting in the masjid myself Abu Huraira in a third person, a lawsuit on a sonata Salam entered the Masjid. So naturally they got up and went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they sat around him. The other of the Sahaba was phenomenal. This idea of a senior being somewhere and everyone else is scattered. That's not that's this is foreign to the Sahaba when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam entered into the masjid, at that time, bear in mind, he says,

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Phil MSgt Nehru, when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam entered into the masjid, we were busy making dua at that time, we left our dua, and we turned our attention to the prophets of Allah. He said, the prophet it said after Saddam said to them, who in our country go back to what you were doing.

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Others aid for the old to anniversary. So my friend and myself, not Abu Huraira, the two of us we went back to where we were and we started making dog and

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the awesome thing was, we were making dua out loud and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam started saying amen to our laws. So we knew we were in a golden moment.

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From Muda, Abu Huraira, then Abu Huraira, the Allah one sat down and he started making dua, when he made dua, he said Allahumma inni s Luca Mithila, ma salak

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Oh Allah, give me whatever these two asked for so far.

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Well as Illman la une sir.

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And give me now there's that will not be forgotten. For call of a pseudo law son, Allahu Allah. He was salam mean,

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for Kula, why not? Allah, Allah Azza Sol Zaid Bin ferriter. The Allah Juan says the two of us then made that same dua that Allah blesses with knowledge that will not be forgotten. For Allah Sabha Kakuma, Sabah Kuma, Bihar dosi you that this Yemeni man he beat you in the DUA it's his not yours.

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So Zaid, Bin Tabitha, the Allahu Allah Now, when he has asked this question, he defers to say that Abu Huraira the Allah that go to him,

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and this blog that he got from a sort of loss of Allahu Allahu wa salam wasn't a result of someone giving him a free handout. He put the work into it, the province that Allahu Allah He was salam saw the sacrifice. A parent, a teacher, a mentor sees in people the sacrifice they make. And it's through that sacrifice and through the cinema that a person does again and again and again, non stop, that you penetrate into the heart of someone

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And then in that moment when that person makes dua from you from the depth of their heart, your life will change.

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That's where things begin to turn.

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Above whatever the hola Juan he says that I would roll between fall between stumble between the House of Aisha Radi Allahu wa Anna and a member of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam couldn't walk straight. The member is here. The house is not too far away if you go to measure the Naboo, probably where that wall is not that far. And he said I couldn't walk straight. I would stumble and fall and stumble and fall.

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People thought I had gone crazy.

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While he I was not crazy, I was just hungry. That's why I couldn't stand straight.

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When I was hungry, and the pain would become intense, I would lie with my stomach on the ground, hoping that it would calm me down.

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Do we even know what hunger is? Do we know what involuntary hunger is involuntary? This is in the form of we don't have anything stored away in our fridge. When we fast we know there's a pantry full of food there's a freezer full of food. This is different. This is where you don't have anything. But it is voluntary from the perspective that he chose this uploaded are the Allahu Allah in one narration he said that you people say that Abu Huraira narrates too many Hadith because bear in mind, he becomes Muslim. He accepts Islam in the six slash seventh year after migration. So his total years worth of a suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, how many, three to four years and

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there are Sahaba that have been with Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for 23 years, 20 years, 15 years 10 years, the whole Medina and incomes that will hit enter the hola Juan and in three years, he now has captured a body of Hadith that surpasses in narration all the other companions of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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And the Sahaba would rely on him. One time a person came to the gathering of a boy you been in Saudi Arabia, Allah Juan, the first host of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam upon his arrival to Medina, senior Saudi and he heard he heard of why you went and started at the Allah who are narrating Hadith be wasafi Ebihara Abby, Abby Herrera.

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He wasn't narrating directly from the Prophet of Allah. But he said I heard Abu Nader who said the Prophet of Allah said,

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the person said to him, why don't you narrate directly from the Prophet of Allah? He said, This is safer and better for him.

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If I say I heard her sort of loss of Allah on him directly, it adds a level of accountability and responsibility, saying that Abu Dhabi Allah Juan narrated, it relieves me of the pressure of attributing a single letter to Rasulullah sallallahu Alios. The Sahaba defer to him. He says that you people say I narrate too many Hadith. Let me tell you how this happened. While the MaHA Jiun were busy working in the markets, and while the unsalted were busy in their fields, I was busy with Rasulullah sallallahu It was no day no night it made no difference.

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The sacrifice that he put into studying the deen he put everything in life on hold. He says himself, that one time I was so hungry, that I stood on the path waiting for someone to pass by. And as those people were passed by, I would engage them with questions about the Quran, simply hoping they would invite me for food.

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And wondering why he goes into more detail where he says that I was standing on the path and see the Almighty Allah who was passing by. So I asked him a question about something religious. And I wasn't so interested in the question as much as I was hoping that he would see my state and invite me for food. But the situation was such that the Sahaba collectively struggled

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on whether the Allah one passed by, didn't get anything out of there, say that Abu Bakr Siddiq or the old one was passing by.

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I approached him asked him another question or two hoping that he would invite me for a meal.

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Oh, honey, I don't know the other one. Didn't

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you guys ever been in a situation like this? Where you're so broke and so desperate?

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That you need something and you're hoping the person in front of you invites you or says something? And they don't.

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When we were students in England, our Mother Teresa was on it. There was a massive Hill.

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I mean, somewhat like a mountain to be honest with you, but I think it was categorically a hill.

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So in order to go to a nearby city, or if you wanted to go anywhere else

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You had to walk all the way down that in itself, the walk down from there to the village that we were in, could take around 15 minutes just to walk down. It was very far. Then when you made it to the bottom, there was a pub there.

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And

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rowdy people always drunk. Specifically, there was a soccer game going on. And it was violent as well. Across the street from the pub, there was a bus stand there.

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So sometimes

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we would wait in the bus stand for hours for our bus to come. So we can just go and listen to the data of our chef who was in the next town over and very

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England's notorious for rain.

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So you'd be standing there soaked because you had to walk in the rain. 15 minutes down, literally soaked, right? And don't ask me why we didn't just buy an umbrella. I don't know.

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I look back at my life and ask myself a lot of questions. Why don't I just buy a raincoat? I could have done that too. I could have invested some money in a bike. I could have. But I don't know we didn't do any of that. We were young, 1314 years old. We wanted to go to the shifts that are so we would walk all the way down, get soaked and stand at the bus stand. Four or five of us would go together we'd be standing at the bus stand. And I kid you not I used to look at every car that drove by it specifically the cabs. A lot of the Muslims used to drive cabs there so when they would drive by I used to think to myself, I hope this guy sees us and stops and gives us a ride.

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And under the very few occasions where someone did stop

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you felt like you're the wild was accepted and so happy so excited. Instead of hamdulillah someone gave me a right today.

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This is a small nothing from our lives. Imagine about arugula, one who can't stand straight.

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So while he's waiting for an opportunity, the next person that passes by him is little suit Allah said Allahu alayhi wa sallam before he even asks his his cover question to lead into the conversation. But I sort of lost on a lot of sort of gestures to him. It's okay. I see what's going on. It's come with me.

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He follows little sort of loss of a loved one a was said. They enter into the profits home there's a bowl of milk they're sort of lost and Allahu alayhi wa sallam asked his family members where did this milk come from? They said O Messenger of Allah. It came from so and so person they gifted it I bought it or the Allah one can't see anything other than the milk his eyes are locked

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the prophets of Allah Allah Who set him says to him Abu Huraira there are some students as horrible suffer they spend their entire day studying the Dean they must be hungry go and invite them

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up whatever the Allah one on the way there was frustrated

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in his own words, I thought to myself that if I invite those people they're going to drink the milk

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those guys all drum mates. I know those guys. They're all hungry people they're not going to leave anything for me.

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He arrived in the margins guys the profits calling you guys.

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Everyone here the prophets calling you

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what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam is calling everyone. What for? There's milk, what subcritical they all got up let's go

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longer. So they all got up and they stop. They head over to the prophets home. Everyone arrives they take their seat.

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Now uploaded into the Alon one says to make things even more complicated. I was already struggling with the reality that I wouldn't get a sip now or barely a sip. The Prophet says to me Abu Huraira take the bowl and offer it to each person one by one with your own hands.

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You can imagine with each sip, A dagger is twisted

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and it's turned again.

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Everyone drinks

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miraculously the milk isn't finished.

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And the resort Aloha you wa sallam smiled and looked at Abu Huraira the Allah hawan McCall bhakti to and our Anna

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there's two of us left now.

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You and I, he says a messenger of Allah, you are right. There are two people left.

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But also that is not to say that I'm set to issue a read drink.

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I drank.

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I took a pause, courtesy of the Prophet hasn't drink it. It should not drink more. I drink more and I drank more.

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Until

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he said to rasool Allah Allah and it's a messenger of Allah there is no space left for me to drink.

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So Allah Allah and then smile took the boat and finished about

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this was

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his journey. This was his story, the sacrifice involved in studying the deen.

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And to be honest with you, I don't find this far fetched at all. I've seen young children who have memorized the Quran in a few weeks, not sorry a few weeks we have those historical documents. I haven't seen that myself. But what I have seen is people memorize the Quran. In less than a year. I had a friend, a very close childhood friend, who had memorized the entire Quran from beginning to end and eight months.

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At the time, when we were friends, he was already happy, and we were friends at maybe 11 years Ah, so he must have done it when he was eight or nine years old and eight months, and he was a very intense person. Three days after he memorized the entire Quran he read the whole Quran in one month distinguishes

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he read the whole Quran in one day off by heart by his memory, three days after he memorized it. This is not some ketchup, aka Hafiz. This is Paka Paka Hafiz. Like, this guy really knew his stuff. Intense person, very intense.

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This last week, I was in Philadelphia.

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There was a conference there the moola conference, when I first got invited to this conference,

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I didn't know what to expect. I was thinking, Oh, this is going to be a fun experience. I haven't gone to Philly in a while. And I like going to Philly because not too far from there is where my chef who I memorize the Quran with he lives there.

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It's very old.

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So I thought, You know what, we'll go to the conference. And then I'll take some time and go visit him at home the land opportunity to meet him. He's very old now.

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He was telling me stories. Because I remember when he arrived in America, the first day he arrived, he had nothing. Like Naturally, there was no bed, no house, nothing. He told me that his salary was $800 a month.

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I didn't know this until this two days ago. And he told me this. He said you don't know how hard my life was, then he's sitting in a house right now that has children bought so that bought so that's what he was boasting over? He said, 100 I look at my house now.

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And I said as soon as it looks beautiful. He goes, Can you help me they cut I never saw a dream that I was sitting in a house like this when I was teaching you guys I got paid $800 a month, out of which $500 I gave for rent.

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So with four children I had $300 left.

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The gas bill came out gas electricity came out to $200 So I had $100 left. And I would give my children $5 each give my wife $10. And then you know the $70 that was left I would spend it on the family throughout the month. And I was forced to leave the madrasa when my electricity bill went up

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because I couldn't afford to live there anymore. So then I left there

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I asked him how did you get here? How did you go from that to this?

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He said

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it must have been the Diaz of all the students that did have

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there's no other way otherwise there's no other explanation to how this happened. All there was we're just leaning on there was

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one of my good friends and colleagues move the moon to sit is also his student was studied by the same teacher actually, coincidentally

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probably a decade apart. So he was then boasting over him and saying oh you know my student was the one who said it of course I do. Give him my son I moved in with a serious terrified of him by the way.

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I would be as well.

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One year it's the month this year. I don't know what he was thinking he's a very intelligent person.

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Thought it was a wise idea to leave but are we with marinara with someone

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and one of the some of our shifts he's a sniper you make one tiny mistake of potentially even if a What have you came to your mind reading around me correct you like in your thoughts that

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he was a guy that when he would lead salon the Mother Teresa instead of reading like I'm gonna Rasool or reading like you know,

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah who are reading just, he would like I didn't know it was a constant like.

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You see when Allah will feel that.

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For those of you that are happy or no, it's one of the toughest passages that's where he was starting to know himself. Right there you see Kamala Khan and Wonder Woman calm if you don't like this is the part where her father tried to skip in the lobby.

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This is where his mug and Michelle would start.

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May Allah subhanaw taala prolong his life and give him Baraka as well.

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studying with him was hard man. He beat the pulpotomy not gonna lie to you guys.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala elevate him in the dunya

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the brother that was with me.

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He says to him,

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Mufti Hussein Khomeini bought Mara.

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He says, This guy right here, I beat this guy into bits.

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So I nodded my head.

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This is true. So he spoke the truth.

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I'd love to share his story and

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my relationship with him, but we have a greater story here to share. So we'll put that on pause.

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I have to say that hitting anyone for the memorization of the Quran is not permitted in this stuff. It's not okay.

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Hitting children specifically is a double violation. slapping them on the face is a triple violation.

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I have no blame against my chef because he knew how stubborn I was.

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So I have no blame against him at all. The truth is without his strictness, the probability of a duck like me memorizing the Quran was right at zero. Right, but to the hips, teachers that hear our voice, and you can hear this.

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Be compassionate with students of knowledge.

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Be kind and loving to

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treat them as guests of Allah and as soon as

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you do not have the right to be a teacher if you don't make dua for your students.

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If you don't send food for them, if you don't take care of them.

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When their hearts their minds will open up

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the mind and the body parts follow the heart. The task of the teacher is to win the heart first.

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May Allah subhanaw taala elevate all the teachers of the Quran wherever they are, and make all their teaching so the culture idea

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so you look at Abu Huraira the Allahu Anhu memorize so much Hadith people that say how do they memorize so much? If a child if a nine year old eight year old 10 year old without that special to Agra SUTA loss and a lot of so you can memorize hundreds of pages of the Quran with mediocre effort. You guys see where I'm going with this? Then how is it unfathomable to see 100 of the Allah one make his day and night one thing and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada not give it to him after he received the DUA Rasulullah sallallahu it was something on top of all of that it's and if this is even you know if you're still struggling go look at someone who's preparing for the for the bar test go look at for

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some look look at someone's preparing for their MCAT in two years how much content do they retain

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just hundreds of pages of content is downloaded onto the into their memory because they have a big task in front of them

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about error the hola Juan

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he narrated Hadith, all through after suit Allah said a lot of sudden passed away he becomes a top narrator of Hadith.

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And for the students here

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many of them will hit enter the Allahu Onza dy up or Bill wasa and he does the least, but at least have a Sahabi is absolutely accepted by them for the throne.

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So therefore, it is considered as one of his narrations.

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He continues to narrate Hadith he says that there was no person among the Sahaba that had as many Hadith as I had down except for Abdullah and I'm going to answer the Allah one thing who you have to well,

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because in the gathering of the Prophet audience that he used to actually write Hadith, I never wrote Hadith I used to listen to the Prophet of Allah and memorize it. He was known for his narrating of Hadith. Now during the Khilafah Ahmed photography Allahu Allah Almighty Allah one had a sense

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that his position was he did not like people abundantly narrating from Rasulullah sallallahu

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when someone kept saying Allah rasool Allah kala Sula, Kala Rasulullah colada Sula, this made Amara, the Allah one uncomfortable, he would hold them accountable. Not just once a hobby you can find many narrations like this from the senior and junior companions Abu Musa La Silla de Allah who is well known as a Muslim. And then you have a whatever the Allah one interactions with him and other Sahaba as well. So he put a pause to this. Now why is it that Almighty Allah Juan was so particular and had an iron fist when it came to abundantly narrating Hadith

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There are multiple answers one of the answers some of them have even give is because Quran was still being documented and they wanted to ensure that there was a differentiation between ot Allah and choleraesuis

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that there is no mixing between the two. Another thing is that oh my god Allah who won one wanted people to know that there is accountability. When you say the statement, the Prophet of Allah said

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the you will be held accountable. So don't just take it as a light matter and just gone and keep blabbing and blabbing and blabbing and talking about the deen without taking what you're doing. Very delicately and seriously.

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Whatever the hola Juan says

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in the little hottie to a hadith allows the kalam to be happy ism and your Amara la shujaa ROTC

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but if I'm gonna be Allah one saw me narrating Hadith the way I do today. I'd be in trouble. He'd come after

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if this is how the Sahaba treated narrating the and sharing opinions regarding the deen when dealing with fellow Sahaba who they knew were trustworthy people and there was never an accusation made towards a Sahabi that this person liked one narrating from a sort of loss a lot of cinema. Because they are they are upright just people the Sahaba do not lie when attributing to the profitable when attributing to the Prophet of Allah.

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If this is the if this is the situation that we see at that time, that they were so particular and they held people accountable, then what about when we turn to our situation,

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returned to our community

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in which people narrate left right up and down to the Prophet of Allah and they criticize the deen and they have hot takes about religious matters without any consideration at all. And at the center of everything they're saying, it's both in anyway it's falsehood. fabricating while knowing that they're attributing a false statement to Ebola one or two the suit Allah said a lot and send them to the Sahaba or to Abu Bakr, Siddiq radiola one or Allah or the Allah and in the sahaba. They're attributing false statements to the sahaba. And then for their false statements to Rasulullah sallallahu it was.

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If anything from the story of Abu Haneda or the Allah one, we learned the importance of how delicate we must be when it comes to preserving the deen.

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The surgeon's hand can't shake has to be stable. They need to believe in what they're doing, such as the hand of the Muhaddith and the value of the de Cabri shake for students of knowledge. When you find yourself if you find yourself on the mimbar giving lectures, don't regurgitate what you heard from your teachers.

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They are trustworthy people. There's no criticism there. They are upright people there is no criticism there. But as a student of knowledge, you have a responsibility to be a student and go back to the sources. If you heard a chef narrating a hadith go back to its reference point. Go back to where it came from. If you hear a teacher narrating a story, go and find that story. This is what you owe to yourself and the loyalty you should have to your teachers.

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The matter of the deen is very serious. So now I will read about the Allah one one time Mattawan who was in charge

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for periods also over Medina. He calls up a hooded or the Allah one and he's also skeptical of God Allah one narrating so many Hadith about God alone when I was also approached by Aisha Radi Allahu Allah, the Allah one and also this Marwan Marwan says to Abu Huraira, the Allah one

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that I want you to narrate some a hadith

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the narrator of this incident is abou Isaiah

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at the Sunni abou Isaiah Khartoum are one who was a scribe number one

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and number one Alyssa Isla de Valera Fauja Allah Yes, I know who for for agilus any health facility he was asking about whatever the Allahu on regarding some narrations while I was tucked away hidden above whatever I had no idea I was there writing down every Hadith he said

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the gathering ended up with whatever the hola one has back home. This another interaction? How can you count on what sort of whole one year later? da la he called Ebola one again?

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And then he told me to sit behind aka I didn't even want a job. You told me to sit here and again. And then he said to him, narrate to me everything you narrated one year ago

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Whatever the hola one narrates it in the exact same 13 in the exact same fashion and I was ici sitting there comparing the two such was the flawless Memory of 100 of the hola Juan

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his MACOM

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his rank

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the famous Hadith

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Abu Saeed Somani

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he was a scholar and also a Mahajan.

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He says that I heard from Abu Omar Omar

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Al Mubarak bin Ahmed, who heard from Abu Qasim use of Buddha Ali Zanjani Al Faqih semi auto, Abbas hub al fayrouz, Abadi Samara to call the Abu Talib your food. I shared these names for a reason because my hubby narrates this Senate this chain before the narration and then at the end of it, he says, it's now Doha, in

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every one of these people in this chain for this incident that I'm about to share with you are all great scholars of their era. They were all great people.

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They say what happened was could not be much less another EBG. I'm hearing them soon. One day a group of scholars had gathered together in the masjid, and they were in discussion and debate regarding issues.

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by Joshua Boone for Asani. A Quran Sunni young man entered into enter the gathering for Salah UNMISS and autonomous abroad he asked regarding the masala of Musa rock. Mansa Musa rock rot is a issue that's discussed in the chapter of bluer

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it's about a lot of that a person sells an animal.

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And in order to

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attract the attention of buyers, what he does is that he doesn't milk his animals for a few days, allowing the others to fill up. So when the buyer passes by, he's going to see that and then this guy is selling a animal and the others are this fool that means this milk, this animal must provide

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a lot of milk. So he buys it, this idea of not milking the animal when it needs to be milked and cheating by a false presentation is called muscle muscle rot. Now, the question is that if the transaction occurs, and that person later on finds out that he that guy duped me, the animal does not provide that much milk he cheated. Can he reverse the transaction or not?

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On one side, you have the Jim hood, a large group of scholars who say yes He can. And on the other side with a with some conditions by the way with you know with with some conditions, and on the other hand, you have the Hanafis they say the transaction cannot be reversed because the iron was say he was selling an animal, that's the animal right there. Now for the deception because there is an eye even animal what you can do is find out what the market value decrease would be and then get that money back but the transaction is complete.

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The scholars have say that the transaction can be reversed they rely on an aeration abodo The allawah So that's the backdrop you guys catch the backdrop the masala and the issue. Now it's come back to the narration.

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fossa unless and until Musa rot for Tala with de Lille.

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At the incident lebih Hadith Abu Huraira awarded fear for God what kind of Hanafi and

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Abu Hurayrah viral Maqbool Hadith

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I don't want to translate all that.

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The guy said give me proof they were going back and forth. One guy quoted the height of Abu Huraira the Allah one, this Quranic guy, who coincidentally was Hanafi he says,

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he says, Oh, we don't accept the narration of Abu Huraira the Allah who won in this regard, he just

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discarded or whatever the Allah one.

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format is the tama Kalama who he didn't even finish what he was saying. At the Sakata Allah He Hagia tuna, Ali Mattoon, Minh Suffield Jama. He didn't even finish his statement and a massive serpent snake fell from the roof of the masjid and began to chase him

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for whatever NASA Nathalia everyone started jumping. Well Hara shabu minha he attacked baru. This guy is lagging, he's running full speed. That snake is chasing him. For Candela who took two people said buddy to Toba to Allah subhanaw taala for what you said regarding Abu Dhabi, Allah one

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all it took to perawatan higher but um your Allah

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they said that he said a tube I turned to ALLAH ask Allah for forgiveness what I said regarding a hadith or the Allah one the snake disappeared they went to search for it was nowhere to be seen.

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Remember Have you after narrating this? He says it's not to her.

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It's not to her in that all the people in this chain narrating this hadith were scholars of Hadith

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colourable possum and Maha Samir to bucket your kool

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aid to phenom you are an ABCD Stan synonym for Hadith Abby Herrera

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Abu Bakr Ibn Abu Dawood says I was sitting in Sistan writing Hadith I was compiling the narrations of of whatever the Allah one or at known about Hurayrah in my dream I saw Abu Huraira the allawah he was writing a book on whatever the Allah one one night while he was sleeping he saw him in the dream

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for hula who in her book

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I said to him, I dearly love you

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Bacala oh no, oh no oh one oh sorry, the Hadith counterfeit dunya

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whatever the Allah one says, I was the first month

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I was the first one to dedicate my life to compiling the narrations of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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During the pinnacle of Amara, the Allah one he sent Abu Huraira as a governor over Bahrain when Abu Huraira the Allah one came back from there he had much more money than when he went with

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I'm going to be alone when at a policy if any governor's came back with more money than what we what they went with, what did he do?

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He took the rest of it away. And he put it in beta in mind that the money that you earn extra we didn't send you to earn money. This has to go back to the people. So after that, whatever the law one then avoided taking positions in in govern. During the Khilafah of North Monterey Allah Juan. He was known for teaching Hadith abundantly and frequently.

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Before the Juma huzzah before the member Amin or the Khalifa would come to deliver the hotbar when the people would gather and measure the nub we applauded or the Allahu Allah will stand at the front of the masjid and he would read Hadith to the people until the Imam came. Such was his love for the hadith of Rasul Allah realized.

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One day he was sitting with the Prophet of Allah and he said, O Messenger of Allah, who was most deserving of your intercession on the Day of Judgment.

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Maybe sorta, Allahu Allah said that said,

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I knew that you will be the one to ask this question.

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The one that's most worthy of my intercession on the Day of Judgment is the one who sincerely says now Eli.

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A person who without any distraction, absolute focus on their heart, they say La Ilaha illa Allah, that person will be the most deserving of my intercession on the Day of Judgment.

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It was in the same year that I shutter the Allahu Allah, Allah Allah had passed away that Abu Huraira the Allah one also became sick.

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And in his illness, Marwan came to visit him,

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the Khalifa. When he came to him,

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he made dua that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives him Shiva May Allah grant him Shiva

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Abu Khalid or the Allah one in response that Oh Allah, I love to meet you

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so love to meet me to

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Abu Huraira the hola Juan on his deathbed was seen crying.

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Someone said why are you crying?

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He said I'm not crying because of the dunya that I am leaving. While I can Akili board is suffer worker that is at

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the journey ahead of me as long and I haven't prepared enough.

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The Muhaddith the legend

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his state

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what I can appeal the board is suffer motility Azad

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Walcott walked off to Fini hayati teresian youth DB era Jannetty of inner Well, the V AIIM.

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I have come to

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a fork in the road that either I will end up in the fire of how orange Jana

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I don't know which one

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Matawan

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stands from the gathering and as he's leaving, before he even exits the house

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from Farakka Hata Farkle. Hyatt

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say the Abu Huraira the Allah one passed away

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala elevate the Macomb abodo The Allah Allah.

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May Allah azza wa jal to reward him for

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his selflessness for the sacrifice he made as an individual, for us to be able to connect with Rasulullah sallallahu.

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If Abu Huraira wasn't hungry, if Abu Huraira wasn't alone, at that point, he chose to not be married. Later on, he did get married, he did have children. But at that point when Rasulullah was alive, No wife, no children, he chose this.

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He knew that without him making the sacrifice Islam wouldn't have

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statements of a pseudo loss of a lot. If so,

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how would Muslims learn?

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How would it be preserved?

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So he dedicated his life to it and spent every moment of it just serving the beam

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that allows which will give us the tofield to live lives like them.

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We also dedicate our lives to serving the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala and make us columns of Hadith and the legacy of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. These are the people that we come from. Be like your forefathers be like these legends SallAllahu Taala Allah said I'm Hamid Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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