The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher #02

Hussain Kamani


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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim and hamdulillah

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hamdulillah who work of salmonella Abadi.

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Susana Allah said the diversity of cotton mill MBS while early Hill Ischia was Harvey hill at the AMA that

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we are studying the book of chef of the Fatah, Buddha Humala, Hodeida,

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rasool and marlim,

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in which she examines the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a teacher.

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Generally before starting a book, we

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introduced the author. However, today I won't be doing that because we had a discussion on the biography and life of shahada, Fatah, I believe that harmala data at the beginning of our previous series, Islamic matters. So anyone who wishes to become more familiar with the author can refer to that session and benefit from it inshallah. Today, we're going to start off with the Fatima with the introduction, which was written by the pen of chef of the Fatah have all done him a lot of data. In it, he highlights the importance of the subject matter the background to why he chose the subject,

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where these lectures were originally delivered, and he also covers some brief methodology of referencing Hadith and so on in the book in the introduction.

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I believe so.

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No 100 level salatu salam ala Rasulillah. All praises due to Allah Allah would use men knowledge by teaching him the use of the written word. Salutations and Peace be upon His Messenger in our leader, Muhammad, Allah, Allah said of them, and his family companions, and those generations which come after them, and we strive to emulate them until the Day of Resurrection.

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This book consists of a public lecture I have delivered in my first year of teaching during the academic years of 1385 1386 of the hit on at the College of Arabic language in Riyadh, kingdom, Saudi Arabia in response to a request made by this institution. It consists mostly of the sublime words of Muhammad Ali was send them as preserved in the blessed and noble I had the

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My topic was the teaching methods of Mohammed of the messenger solidbody will serve as teacher because of its profound connection with knowledge, or teaching, teaching and students. Oh, four things he says. Liao them is silletti He Beloeil me while Hola, he would tally me well, matale mean? The reason why I chose the subject matter is because by understanding it, a person is able to understand and appreciate the strong connection

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that we have with knowledge that this subject matter guides us to in how to approach knowledge, or lemma scholars, people who carry that knowledge with dalim. Well, matale mean, how do we teach the knowledge and how do we seek that knowledge? If we study the teaching methodology of Rasulullah sallallahu audio system, all four of these are covered under that one subject matter? Yes. I subsequent subsequently made many additions to it and included many important company complimentary notes points. Both lengthy and short notes are then added in accordance with the demands of the context. This resulted in a complete book, I hope it will benefit the reader educated person in all

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who desire to learn from it. But also the loss on the Lavalle was teaching abilities and activities are an integral part of his normal life. This handbook of training and teaching is therefore addressed to both teacher and student alike. There's benefit in this book for for hookey Tabuteau, eg him with tarbiyah tin battalion lilmar ALEMI while matar limit me, he says that there is a lesson to be learned by both students and teachers. And the reality is hopefully we all fall into one of these two categories or maybe both, that were either students or teachers or we're serving in both capacities. The message is very relevant and important.

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Despite several requests, I was unable to publish this book until now. I began writing it over 30 years ago. I do not know of anyone who has written on this very unique

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subject in this particular way, final touches were added to it in order to perfect it. Many an action and book have been rendered in complete out of a desire for perfection. All praise is therefore due to Allah to Allah for His grace and this wonderful opportunity. He has conferred upon me. So here he mentions an interesting point that I've been working on this subject for 30 years, is gathering narrations and just taking notes and as a teacher of Hadith and as a scholar of Hadith, taking paying extra attention to the narration that had an educational element to it.

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So then he says that

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month of the don't allow Masato Farrell is yeah, that will come just waiting for final touches to be made, so that the book can be complete. Then he makes an observation he says,

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Come Mr. Robot, will Kemal in Jazza Catherine Minjae Leland Amell that how many times does the desire for completion and greater cause a person to no longer be able to complete the project? You want it to be perfect, and you want it to be great, and you want it to be awesome, and you want it to be amazing, but all that amazingness and now that perfection leads to

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in Jazak a theorem injury llama leads to those actions, no longer moving forward. I'm not setting it kills it, those things don't come into existence. Come I'm Arthur Rafi, what the sweet Kathira midflorida. Totally, just as procrastination and delay leads to publications being left out, meaning because you're delaying it, you don't end up completing the projects that you have. So on one side, you have people who are procrastinating and they're delaying and on the other hand, you have perfectionist, so he's saying that we just have Bismillah and went for it. Right? And so this is that, that offering in this, these notes of shahada Fatah boda Yes, I have divided the book into

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two. The first part deals specifically with a description of Allah so Allah, Allah or sometimes normal personality, traits and wisdom. The second part deals with his didactic technique. And I have endeavored to quote a hadith which are not only descriptive and explanatory, but also disciplinary and educational in nature. I have also quoted the source of each Hadith. So there are two types of narration there are those narrations that in that involve statements of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam direct teachings of an abusive Allahu Allah He was sin. But then on the other hand,

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there are other narrations that he included that are more

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that more involved the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. How did the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam carry himself in this educational scenario when there was a moment to teach people what words did what sort of law settle on his enemies what tone to the Prophet along while he was in use? So he says both types of derivations are included

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the six sources used or alcohol a Muslim would would unnecessary a Tirmidhi and who, therefore when I have specified that a hadith has been related, by animal hottie, I mean that it is related by Him in His sight. Similarly, when I specify that a hadith has been related by Muslim I mean that is related by him in his site, remember hodiny mom's La Jolla, la both of them wrote multiple Hadith collections. So when someone says narrated by Behati, there's a possibility that it could be in any of his collections. Here Chicago Fatah GlobalData Mala Tada lays out his methodology. He says when I say something as narrated by Behati I specifically mean in his sight. When I say something as

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narrated by Muslim who was again compiler Hadith, I referring to his so he collection that it is narrated by his psyche, what was what Hadith Isla Aveda who when NASA will tell me they open the Marja Yani Raja whoa fee pseudonym. Similarly, if I say a narration is attributed to a Buddha who did not say 10 meteoric lumada. What I mean is that it is narrated in their, in their Sunon collection, which are their very famous collections of Hadith are in the mouth with a smile at him had he on the last VLA if disorder was divided basically asthma even the degree so he says that I highlight this right now so we don't have to keep mentioning it again and again, throughout the book

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The full name of every collection, rather than just say, Allahu, Allahu Muslim. So that way, the student of knowledge is aware of where the references Yes, as teaching methods are dependent upon the didactic needs. So then he also makes one more point. Why am I called to whom in radio How the hell could you be sitting at some metal Kitayama Amalfi in the natal in the in the natal limit? So he says other than these six collections, if I narrow it any other Hadith, I will mention the list. The writer, the compiler of the Hadith collection, and also which book it was it

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because if you say Don Clifton, he said something which book about a puppy there are some there are possibilities. So I will highlight that it was here if I said Tabari mentioned this Ottaviani mentioned this, I will point out that this is which book it's in. So he lays out his ideas methodology at the beginning of the book. Yes.

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As teaching methods are dependent upon the didactic needs of a student, a single Hadith may therefore reflect multiple teaching methods simultaneous use simultaneously. It could therefore be quoted more than once to illustrate a variety of teaching styles. This is what we call the cut off. How do you do this where they narrate one Hadith in one chapter, and then later on in the book when another chapter appears, they'll narrate the same Hadith again.

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The reason is because they're studying that text now from another perspective, Muhammad, Allah, Allah is famous for this, where he'll bring one narration in his head Behati six times, are the same narration as repeated 10 times. But each time he brings that narration again, he's doing it with a goal with a perspective and that goal and that objective of is to study the narration from another angle. What is this hadith mean here? What does it mean there? So they placed the Hadith in the middle of the room, and it's as if they're walking around the narration, looking at it from different angles, trying to understand how did Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam handle this

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situation. So now we look at that hadith again. So they bring the same narration multiple times. Therefore, if you remove the more colorata Buhari, it's no longer such a massive book, by the way.

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If you remove them or colorata body, those repetitive narrations of say body, it's no longer a massive book. It's actually quite a small book, we might even have a copy of it live in front of the machine. So one volume small book, there's a famous digital body that has actually accomplished is where they remove them or cut out the repetitive narrations in the head body and it's it's, it's a easy read, by the way. Yes.

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I ask Allah to Allah to make this book beneficial and to accept it from me as a good and pure act insight made inspire people to follow in the footsteps of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam in word and deed, in this there can only be goodness for us. Allah Allah guides is the one who seeks his guidance. He is our Sustainer there is no there's no other sustainability is in his hands alone, and he has power over everything. All praise is due to Allah the sustainer of the world and Salutations and Peace be upon our leader Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family and his companions should have been doubled. Yes, okay. Now he starts to book Bismillah Go ahead. Rasul

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allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the teacher. Quranic verses start the subject with asking Allah that He allows us to reach completion, that he has Baraka in these gatherings, and that he allows us to follow the example of a sort of loss of blindness or maybe always be inspired by him. And may Allah subhanho wa Taala continuously for eternity, sent his best and most dearest Salawat upon our beloved Muhammad solomani was, yes, chronic versus reflecting the soul of loss on the LA Valley was being a teacher. The Quran affirms the fact that also loss on the low Alia was sent me as a teacher to the people and to all mankind, despite his illiteracy and his life in a desert environment. Yes,

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I that immediately he was a he was Saharawi the other besides the fact that if he said Allahu alayhi wa sallam himself was in me, which means that he said a long while he was sitting hadn't received a formal education. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not know how to write himself. He didn't know how to read himself.

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Nobody said Allahu Allah was some lived in a community that was surrounded by deserts. There weren't no major. There weren't any major universities or colleges they didn't have,

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you know, charter schools or private schools or private Islamic schools and all these things and tutors. These things weren't around. Yet. Allah subhana wa Tada sent him as a messenger. The mind of newbies that Allahu Allah who was set up was trained and developed by Jebel Ali salaam, directly through the guidance from Allah subhana wa Tada. So you had the most

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superior of the melodica teaching the one with the highest rank among the in son. What a beautiful learning experience. And DB Lolly Salam is receiving message, his message directly from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. So the chain of knowledge is very clear. And it's, it's it's it's pure Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this is an interesting point that sometimes the

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situation may not be ideal but if the student is sincere, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada creates a way

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Allah subhana wa Tada creates away.

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He says in the Quran, well levena gehouden, phenol and the unknown Subhanallah those who struggle for our sake, we will guide them to our paths. But in Allah Allah Allah, Allah skinnin, Allah is with those who are excellent. You ask yourself sometimes

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that just five years back 10 years back where you were, then do you think you would be here today? Many of us would say no, I could have never imagined it. 10 years ago, I'd never thought that I'd be sitting in gatherings of knowledge or maybe, you know, living where I am now surrounded the people that I am surrounded by now. It's something I could have never dreamed up. Why did that you know, geography known and the unknown, Sivananda those who struggle and strive and push and keep making dua to Allah, Allah opens up doors for them. Right. So now a person who could have never imagined being in gatherings of knowledge now that they are here, there are certain things that go with it

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certain rights, punctuality other, being attentive,

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making Nia to Amyl upon everything that you learn and what an amazing subject matter we're here to learn how to learn from Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam Yes.

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A lot of time that says

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one lady by me and also London Camilla to Ali and it was a key moment

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when can probably will if Ebola movie

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you'd like me to read through so yeah, read the transition. It is He who sent among the illiterate ones a Messenger from among them, reciting to them His versus purifying them and teaching them the Book and wisdom, although they were in manifest error before this.

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So people that were lost, misguided

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who were involved in all sorts of social atrocities, who had strayed away from knowledge become a tribal the society.

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We're in Colonel Minh Abdulla feed on alien movie that was their state. They were clearly misguided. Yet Allah subhanho wa Taala sent a prophet not from out of town some of the some of the Oxford didn't show up. Some of them can Constantinople didn't hitch a ride and come to Macau and say I'm gonna do Dawa here. It was one of them. Who Allah Viva artefill Amina masuleh Minh, whom He sent among the unlettered A messenger from them.

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And now this prophet begins to build this community. Ah, what sort of Lhasa La Jolla. So

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you know, there's a beauty when

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you see someone, development before your eyes, and you see the path of how they got there. But then there is a whole different beauty when Allah subhanho wa Taala keeps that path a secret, and just shows you the end result.

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And you're sitting, you're thinking, how does one and son have such phenomenal perspective? How does one human being almost know how to handle every situation? How does he know? Where did he study which books that he read this from? Which lectures did he attend? Which university was he sitting at? which use was sitting with who taught him how to do how to deal with matters of Zadar, right, who taught him how to deal with matters of jihad and taught him the rulings of Bula in Succot, and taught him the rulings of meat off and taught him the rulings of Havana and all these rulings? How did he how does this person know all of this? Students have knowledge? They, you know, they travel

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the world, 1520 30 years, fifth 10th 10 years it takes to get to get a grip of your basics of Islam. Okay, then after 10 years, you then spend another five, six years doing some hostels some specialization. By this point, you've read maybe one or two books a fifth, a little Hadith, a little Quran, studied a little Arabic. Now you've become, you've gained some specialty, maybe in one specific area within a discipline. And if you decide to replicate that again, another 10 years, another five years, another 10 years into the five years. And all of this is just to get a drop these this ummah, these students of knowledge in reality are lying with their face pointed up with

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their mouth open, hoping that one drop may land in their mouth.

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And the source is a waterfall that is beyond any comparison to Niagara.

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If you think that's a big waterfall, you haven't seen that sort of lesson lesson. Hey, come over soon lost a lot of everything. He knew how to handle it, and fun in that moment. How was his matter handled? Can you imagine an in son, a person whose every statement in action is 100.

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Do you guys understand the responsibility here?

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The perfection required for a person's every statement of action

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To be a legal proof that people will argue and say, this is right and this is wrong because he did this here. He said that there

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are pseudo Manu, because his Serbia and his mentoring was done by say that it's really not a setup. Who received it? Nonetheless, we had rueful Amin, Allah Colby Caleta Kula minimum dairy, Billy sun in r&b movie with a very clean message. Allah Sensibio Alison, I'm with this

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with this revelation, who drops it directly on the heart of Rasulullah sallallahu. I mean,

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the amazing thing about the teachings of Luisa Allahu Allah He was seven

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is that the one who stands far away, has no idea, the depth to them.

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They think, oh, it's easy stuff. But the closer you get, you begin to realize, man, this is difficult. And you get closer and closer. Not necessarily difficult. But it's not easy in the sense that this is not two lines we have to memorize. There's so much here to learn 1000s of statements of abuse in the long run, and we'll set them Sahaba spent their life, memorizing them, implementing them, teaching them

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people give their lives just to serve the the the legacy of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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As I was sharing with the brother as well, on the way here, there was this

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reciter of poetry would visit us in England. He was very dear and near to our ship, I'm Allah. So every time he would come to shepherd invite him, he would read some lines of poetry was a very kind, loving man.

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Unfortunately, he was assassinated, this reciter of poetry. He wrote a lot of poetry in support of the honor of the sahaba. And they were a group of people who didn't like this too much. So they decided to ascend, assassinated che, right? A lot. I love his mom.

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So he read one poem in front of us once that I remembered and I wanted to share one or two lines with you guys.

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He said regarding a sort of loss at Allahu Allahu wa sallam. He didn't write these lines. These lines were written by another poet, but he read them and I heard him read it and that's it. They really touched my heart when he read them. He read the line had a koi Fida have been there, Kay, the daughter column, Jehovah

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that every person had koi fish, everyone is like, you know, willing to sacrifice everything for the Prophet of Allah been decades without even seeing

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the data column Galaga what would happen if they actually saw space? Ma Semak edge Manaka Subhan Allah subhanaw

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He then said

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but the moment a vehicle read NATO let my forehead remain at his feet. I don't want to raise my forehead. But the moment a vehicle Reginaldo

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Jerrica silver Myshkin

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because I can't even dedicate effort to think of the face of the civil law. I'm just gonna hang out here by his feet. But the moment a vehicle that Nando ricotta so sober Michigan Hey,

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John The Subotica ad Hey, Prasad, calm cow. When a person's heel is more beautiful than the moon. How dare we even try to reflect over the beauty of his cheeks and his beautiful face? Now edge Malacca?

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Sanaka Subhan, Allah Subhan Allah, it could seem entirely exempted Omar boubakeur, either Ceman or they're on one side you have aboubaker on the other side, you have someone next to them. You have Omar and Ali.

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in Jeddah, Makkah Jagga Matata a man among these twinkly twinkling stars. maktabah column Caligo how amazing what the scene be of the full moon. People look at I will walk out on Earth Mindvalley just the image of those four standing next to each other, it humbles the soul. Ah, you begin to feel very small. He says where are these stars were shining in juggle mug juggle methodical, methodical.

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You can't even begin to imagine what the state of the moon would be.

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This worked here, there's another that's another one.

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Cha hippo isharo Say upper Nikaya he politely they don't yaki.

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He's talking about the whole of Russia doing that they had such authority when they ruled that if they pointed a finger the Roman Empire would fall.

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Through one era the Persian Empire would fall apart. John hit a shadow say up in a car

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Are you at Cleveland Yankees?

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Yes, Sean hit one get one I'm Wilkie, Sakata column caliber.

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If this was the honor and the greatness of His slaves Abubaker armor of mine Ali who would identify as nothing other than that, you can't even begin to imagine what the MACOM in what the status of their master and leader was sort of lawanna he was send them.

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Okay, they have arabicas zodra open.

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Anwar kibosh, 40. They say among the sand particles

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of the Outlands

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new wood and light it's constantly raining down, get up, get some rope, and water cube Oddish 14, the constantly new it is descending on that land. It doesn't know the name of the pole. It najem nadon It Daebak a bizarro column Cuyahoga, we can't even begin to imagine how amazing the new one must be pouring down and how relentlessly it's pouring down on the gardens of Madina, Munawwara which in a suit of Lawson Lalani was in London.

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I really enjoyed this poem, because and I remember that even though he read this must have heard it from you know, 20 years ago.

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But I remembered the poem because it really struck a note when I sat there and I was listening. I think for the first time in my life, I begin to imagine what the gathering of Rasulullah sallallahu it was that I may have actually felt like so here he quotes the IEA who will lead the battlefield only, you know, solar minimum, that he sent a profit, not from outside that profit didn't come in from Rome, the Roman Empire from the Persian Empire note, however, the abiotic Amina Sudan, many home from among them, and those people as a nation were unlettered.

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But what was this prophet doing? You have to do Allah him it we're using key and

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this is in sort of Juma opening versus Yes, I enter to continue.

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Allah Allah says, Baba celiac and Ignacio masuleh Work FMLN Shahida we send you to the people as a messenger Allah is sufficient as always.

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The job of a messenger primarily is to teach is to convey knowledge. Right? So that's suffices. That's the it's the shot. The proof has been established through this I have a Quran to have sort of missa Yes. Then he quotes the absolute saba. Go ahead. Allah Allah says

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Okay look, but then the Nancy but she don't want to do on one I can come on Nancy lay on. We send you to all the people as a bearer of glad tidings

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and an inch and an issuer of warnings, but most people do not know.

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Yes, the Selena testifies to us allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being a teacher. So the first chapter he had the brief chapter was the Quran, proving that he said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam was a teacher. Now he goes into a second chapter. It's about the Suniti and not rasuna more unlevel

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a teacher. From this one level. Now he's gonna look at it from another angle. Yes. The Pearson also testifies that also Allah Allah Allah is an insightful teacher. Hadith one. If you like knew the Greek Arabic or just English you can read the English

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if you imagine the dominaria on the authority of our beloved

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house, while the Allahu Anhu who said once also the masala Lavalle was seldom emerged from one of his rooms and entered the Masjid. He saw two groups of people, one group was reciting the Quran and supplicating to Allah to Allah while the other was engaged in learning and teaching. Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, all of them are doing good. These are reciting the Quran and supplicating to Allah to Allah. If Allah to Allah wills, He will rent them, and if he will, he will deny them.

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As for these they are teaching and learning, and I have been sent as a teacher, he then sat with the second

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so the first narration

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Chicago Fatah ago Daramola Huhtala. There is before us, is the hadith of Ibn imagine.

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Now, many of them are lemma have raised objection to the actual wording of this hadith.

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The meaning of sound, don't get me wrong here. So let's we have to differentiate between the meaning of a hadith being sound because it is further reinforced through other narrations where a similar message was delivered from another Hadith and a similar message being delivered through another Hadith. But when we look at a narration, we have to also look at it from the alfaz perspective that what is the authenticity of these acts

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activewords Allah Sahabi Rahim Allah with Allah while commenting on this hadith he said how the Hadith Allah hurry when had a hadith and verbal bifen that this is a real and life narration, I won't translate those terms because they're technical terms and translating them doesn't do much good. If you say a hadith is weak, someone's going to think that it's weak in comparison to in opposition to strong and that's a faulty understanding. So we keep it as a technical term. It is a bloody life Hadith if someone is interested in knowing what that means any further, you have to go study a Muslim Hadith class, you have to go to the class where you understand Hadith terminology.

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And then he points out why but then he says at the end, after pointing out the Hadith has some issues with the chain, leader of Pharaoh when he said it. He was yeah, I'm illiquidity recently fifthly then he says, Well, I can that is met any showerhead. However, the actual text of the Hadith can be further supported through other narrations Shall I had there other reference or other similar narrations that are narrated? When you bring them together? We call this the lady scenario that they collectively come together and get upgraded, they get upgraded to a higher grade of narration. Now, if you notice in the Hadith, he didn't read the actual OUT of B. But if you look at the first part

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of it, he says I'm delighted I'm delighted I'm going to be asked about the Allahumma that the hadith is narrated by Abdullah bin Abdullah us, may Allah subhanho wa Taala be pleased with both of them.

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Since we're talking about education, and specifically we'll be reading so many a hadith I thought appropriate that we may be addressed a quick note here, and this is the other the other way of

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making dua. When we say the names of the Sahaba when we say the names of the great scholars that came before, showing our respect, when we say the name of Allah subhanho wa taala. When we say the name of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Imam, no Rama Allahu taala. In the introduction of his commentary of Sahih Muslim, he says first of them used to humbly cultivate Hadith either magrabi decree La Jolla, Azerbaijan and yeah, Cuba, Azerbaijan Oh to Allah O Allah subhanho wa Taala o Kabbalah Kawartha Allah O JELA the Kuru oh the baraka is me, oh jealous Adama to Who am I super hedonic.

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That's by the way a chapter

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inside joke. Okay. So in my memory, Nicola Holly. He points out here that it is appropriate for the one writing Hadith that when they mentioned the name of Allah, they use the proper

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language to show deference and love for Allah subhana wa Tada. So when we say the name of Allah azza wa jal, we should say something of that sort Subhanahu wa Taala as always, wa jal Gela the guru and then he provides so many variations, at the end of all of them, the message is the same which is that Allah subhanho wa Taala is superior to all and that is acknowledged every time every time we say the name of Allah subhanaw taala okay. He says make this a practice. Then he says, Look at Danica, you have to burn the decree Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam sallallahu alayhi wa sallam become Alia la maison la Hema when I move to sit on Allah Hadi, Hema, similarly when a person

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mentions Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they should say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and don't use some short form where you just, you know, cut through it, or try not to succeed. And I understand that don't just say, I saw that. Or Allah. He said, I'm trying to make a habit of saying Allah Salatu was Salam, the full thing. Then he says, What galica yaku is hobby and similarly when a person mentions a hobby, he should say, I love the Allah one for inchyra So hobby and Ignace hobby in color, the Allah and Houma when he says his hobbies name, he should say, there'll be a loved one. And if you mentioned this hobby who was also the son of us hobby, then he should say, I'm not the

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Allahu Huma. Huma means may Allah be pleased with with both of them but don't be a loved one who may Allah be pleased with him or the Allahu? Allah be pleased with her. So you make the proper laws and show your respect.

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He then continues

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what could olika yet lavarnway Uttara.

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Similarly you should make dua Rahim Allah, Allah, Allah on whenever you mentioned the name of great scholars or even people who are chosen by ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada Well, you have to cool haha well

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Lamia couldn't Mokuba and Phil also the lady young woman in her late sorry, Wyatt and Inaho to

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then he's way unbeli coolabah Corona who couldn't fill also lady I mean, what is a Mintaka Mintaka Retallick. So he says that when you're reading a hadith book or if you're reading any text and it doesn't say sort of love while he was sitting there, it just says, Muhammad said, you should say what Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, if it says it's Narrated by Abu Bakar, that he asked the messenger below what do I should I'm making my prayer and he said, a lot of money was sent him said, at the end of your prayer, say Allah who made me let him touch you, because you don't get out of it.

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When it says there I will Bucha said What should you say? I will Bukka love your loved one. And he says someone may object by saying you are adding to the Hadith which isn't there. Someone can say that Why are you adding to the Hadith because when we're narrating Hadith, we have to be very particular. So he says in hada les Citywire tune in Mr. Hua do this whole objection is foolish, because no one is narrating no one's adding anything to the narration when you're saying this, the Allah one, you're just making dua to Allah subhana wa Tada. Well, I guess I'm into currently Dallek and don't become tired, because it's exhausting to say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Radi Allahu

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en and Rama Allahu Taala Well, my father had a podium of higher on the whoever is negligent of this will be deprived of great reward.

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Well for what the fatherland Justina will call Amen either no himolla fika Toby hella calm.

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Use the habitat of the Ouattara from Allah Sahaba to attach their enough Amanda Alana Abadi was cited. Okay, now that this next part I want to share. Well, I'm not my father who bother Alima as for some scholars, they have said

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what are the Allahu Matsusaka Sahaba that the statement of the Allahu and should only be used after the name of a hobby. To a degree this is true, it's a good idea because that way it helps the student or the listener, distinguish between a hobby and annoncer hobby so if I said a Kadima or the Allahu I'm sad now the student might think oh man, he's a Sahabi when in reality I Kadima is, and I'm not talking about maybe John, he's just a hobby. I'm talking about the tablet. Okay, so it Kadima is a Tabori. So when I say crema, polar Connemara himolla

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It's a it's an easy way to communicate. Whether the person that's being spoken up is a Sahabi or otherwise.

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Regardless Imam know when I'm alone with Allah points up.

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Radi Allahu Allah Susan Bishara or you call the lady in Rahim Allah forgot Felisa matar What are you are for Kali, but it's a Hebrew lady, Allah hilarium Who is the Bible? Who was the law, who affirmed and

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while the reality is he says that it is permissible to say that the Allah who I'm for other than Sahaba to you'll notice this

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when people say the name of mahadi It's commonly after his name what did they say

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about the law one come when they say the name Muslim, if you read some of the writings of the more classical scholars after his name they write on all the law one I think the practice is sound and it's good the original practice which means keep it on the Allah one for the Sahaba and Rahim Allah for non Sahaba. It serves a function and that is to differentiate in the mind of the listener of the person who is this person you're identifying them, but nonetheless, it is permissible to go the other way around to then he narrates a Hadith from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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where he Nabi SallAllahu, it was said on one day, enter the masjid. And there were two groups of people sitting to Holocaust, that whom I have thrown around where the Allah one group of them were reading Quran and they were doing Doha with ohata Alamo Alamo. The second group of people were engaging with knowledge for cod interviews that Allahu alayhi wa sallam kulula Allah Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said each of these groups are doing something good

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so we're not saying one is better than the other or one is bad one is better than the other he's gonna point that out. But this the lien is not at the cost of them peace which means that he's not saying that one is better that we mean the other is bad. They're both good. However, how would I have coronal Coronavirus? Allah fame shots on one shot. These people are asking from Allah. So if Allah wills he'll give or a few bills he won't give because every request can be rejected. On the other hand, he said well how would I you Allah moderator Allah Moon these are people seeking knowledge and conveying so the promise from Allah for such people will be conveyed regardless. As

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long as you're sincere, the reward will continue. Well in nama bluearth Lima and I have been sent only as a teacher. I translated only there because it says in nama

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For those of you who are familiar with the harbor language in the eyes for hassle, right, it provides the only part of the translation in nama abortus. To malema, I have an only sent as a teacher,

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flagella, Sama, whom, therefore sort of loss that Allahu Allahu wa sallam stood with him. The truth is, there has never been a teacher, greater than Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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His teachings were not limited to one subject matter, a true polymath

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one whose every word, open up disciplines and sciences, who inspired that one statement of his inspiring people to write books and to dedicate their lives to understand each teaching of Rasulullah sallallahu ani he was sent in his

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words were not only an inspiration for a generation or for a community, but all generations at all times. The number of people that have benefited from his teachings

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can never be compared to any other human being. They don't even come anywhere near a fraction of his teachings. Millions and billions of people benefit from the teachings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam who seek guidance from Him, who seek closeness to him who wish to imitate him who wish to get to love him. That relationship is purely divine and a gift from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. And the truth is, Allah subhanahu wa taala grant granted this level of love in the hearts of humanity to the end of times for him, because he

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hit the mark, when it came to eliminating his own ego, and living life for himself. The more a person eliminates this, the more Allah takes care of their love and their reputation.

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When a person is worried about the reputation Allah leaves it to them, but also the loss of the law who it was some metadata he just raised himself just completely got rid of himself. And as a result of that, what happened?

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Allah subhana wa Tada took care of it. And people love Rasul Allah, they're not even sure why they love it or pseudo love. Right? You know, I shared that line right how to go up that had been Dec hit the datacolumn Cuyahoga that people are in love with that sort of love without even seeing.

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Right, the datacolumn cow, what would happen to those hearts and those people, if they actually laid eyes on Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Another point to reflect on is the fact that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent to a very interesting group of people.

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Let's say there was a group of people who all had

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a great educational background. And these people were trying to be great students. They had access to a great university, they traveled across the world, they came to a lecture hall, and then the Soula walked in, that would have been different. Because these people were primed to be students. They wanted to be students, they wanted to be there, they wanted to learn. They were they were they wanted to soak in what he had to give.

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But Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't necessarily only sent to that type of student.

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Most of the students that he came to, had a whole different frame. Right? The whole the whole framework, the whole mindset was different. He was sent to people who became known as the people of Jay heylia,

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who are known for having really rough personalities, people who are known for having hard hearts, who had very different personalities from one another, they were all very different. And if they loved you, they love you. If they hated you, they would go above and beyond to kill you. They would fight wars for generations. Why? No one knows. Right? Because someone's animal crossed into the other person's

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locked. You guys know this, right? Literally, he crossed him the other guy's lot. This guy went and he slaughtered the animal. That owner came and said, you kill my animal. He killed him. He said, You kill me and his family came after him and that

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they're fighting for generations decades to come. Maybe some level it was set on was set to these people. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he begins to use his amazing therapy methodology. The profits that Allahu alayhi wa sallam begins to smile at them and talk to them and show interest in them and educate them and empower them.

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And the hearts begin to soften.

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The minds begin to open up.

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They are now freed from the shackles of society and now fly with the melodica

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engaging with Revelation, because that's what melodica do they engage with Revelation, their hearts are lifted these people have now reached a whole new level and to the point where everything they stood for they no longer believe in the impact that may be said Allahu Allah He was set up when I say everything they stood for what I mean is that like the evil things, and I'll give examples shortly

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the impact that the visa lottery was sent him had as an educator and mentor was so profound so phenomenon that his opposition's understood it to be superhuman and said he was matched. He was he was being he's using magic.

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They couldn't imagine the human being being so, so profound in communicating and convincing other human beings. So they said what? Saha

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right, this man is a magician, because no Ensign can pull off what this man has pulled off.

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A sort of less than a long life sort of didn't have some

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billionaire millionaire financing his data. He didn't have any petro dollar pushing his word across the world.

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They weren't, there probably wasn't even a single flyer throughout his life.

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Not one time.

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Not one Social Media Group.

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But the influence just its words penetrated the hearts of people. Because what originates from your class only leaves if lost in the hearts of people.

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When originates the heart from the heart lands in the hearts of people ask for what starts from the mouth. It only makes its way to the ears if even that

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most people won't even listen to it. When they're listening to your lecture they put you on to speed times to all the you guys that are guilty of this you know you are

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this is why I speak fast.

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So those of you that care to listen to me on times to try it now.

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You won't get any of it

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now these people, you know how I said that they

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were sort of loss of aloha to certain freedoms from the shackles of society and what they stood for what they believed in, in their, like, you know the ills of society. They clearly saw them to be flawed. So what happened? these very same people, they now stood side by side with Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fighting with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam against their own tribes.

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So now, people begin to immediately say that maybe the longer it was cinemas causing divided people, but how was it a sort of loss of love? It was sort of causing divide when the Quran can't stop talking about Sen Rahim

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being kind to your family members, when the Quran says and sort of modeling Tjahaja Allah industry Gabi mele, silica the

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fight out to tear Oma. So I have a whole mafia Maruka

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that if they try to force you to go for a sugar, ignore that part but just continue to be a good son. Continue to be conned. Never did Islam say break away from your family members. But the Quran did say stand next to Allah with a message that you believe to be true. Now I thought animals look Mickey Mouse yet and as for the people that were calling foul, crying foul and Mecca Makoto, my saying that he's dividing families, guess who was actually doing it.

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They were the ones doing. They just couldn't admit that they were the ones that were imprisoning people. They were the ones that were lashing people. They were the ones that were beating people. They were the ones that weren't happy for human beings to make their free choice to worship Allah that created them.

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These were the oppressors.

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Sort of sort of Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He educated these people he mentored them, and the love that they had for him. It reached the center of their heart to a point where I thought all I unfussy him, they were willing to give preference to to sort of loss and Allahu Allah sent him over themselves. Well hazard photography when I bought a home autonome they were willing to separate from their beloved ones and from their lands, just to be in obedience of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was me. And this is a prophet who never took a class on writing or reading.

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Whenever read the books of the philosophers that came before people will continue to say that you know, I

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Everything the Prophet taught is supported by science. And when he is taught is supported by, you know, modern day psychology.

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You're reading his books he never read yours didn't have time TLDR

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nobody saw somebody need to read their books. Yeah.

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Whatever they were gonna say the philosophy of it was put in his heart by ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada.

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Therefore, when I said TLDR I'm not joking with you two gentlemen, I'll call him.

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Now he said, Allahu Allah wa sallam said, I have been given concise speech. As for these philosophers, gold gold Komaki. It is spinning circles and circles and circles and what do they say? We don't know anything.

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That's the philosophy of human philosophy, what we call democracy. They won't say it straight. To make sure you get a headache, they get a headache in the process.

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OT two, Jeremy I'll call him momento, or Manabi.

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Fountains of wisdom and concise speech was given to Rasulullah sallallahu. Lani was, right.

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So orientalist, what do they say? They can't accept that maybe sort? Allahu alayhi wa sallam was divinely granted this perspective and knowledge. They can't accept it. So what do they say? They say he must have crazy plagiarized. They say the Muslim say he's unlettered. It's all like he learned how to read and write secretly. So we say to tell us when did this happen?

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You guys are making up the story. So you might as well make the whole thing up right?

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If you're going to look if you're going to start making up a lie, what do you have to do guys?

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You have to follow through on it.

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When we're driving sometimes, you know, on the road, my kids will point out something random, but make up a story.

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Is there a game like this? Is there some kind of game? I don't know my kids do it all the time they put about make up a story.

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So they pointed out a Nissan truck and said make up a story.

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I said I said Makaha What actually happened was

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dope it right there were two brothers who don't even know that that's a make a story make a car for two sat together the childhood car they couldn't do this. Yeah, but in the heat I saw

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now Yeah, so

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this is an easy assignment.

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Look, if you're gonna make up a lie, you might as well

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follow through and make up the whole story backdrop and put the whole thing together.

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So then you ask these guys okay, are you guys saying that he said a long while he was gonna take your eyes to look us up without tell us who did you plagiarize from? So they said, actually, what happened was

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that's leftover stuff, like there are limits to lying. And there are limits to fabricating. But they go this far and I'm sharing this with you because of how absurd it's because of the absurdity. Now non Muslims who have never read Islamic Islamic history from Islamic resources, they, they soak this up. So you'll find people sharing these narratives on YouTube and on these atheist chat boards. But as a Muslim when I read it the first time I was thinking

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this is such a blatant lie, that you don't even know where to where do I even start with this one? So they say that you Muslims, except on the visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam met by Hera arrived.

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You guys know my hero arrived when the saucer met on the way to Sham

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he was a very knowledgeable man.

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So they say stuff for a lot of Allah mascara they used to say that was sort of Lhasa Allahu Allah He was sent on would go there. He would intoxicate him steal his scrolls and learn everything from there.

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It's like his priest

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for papers, and for those

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that maybe somebody was sitting didn't learn to read or write

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what do you even start with that one? If you're the look that some of you guys have on your face, that's the look that I've had for years. Like

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Alright, alright then. Okay, what's next? What's next on the agenda? Let's move on to something else.

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We've gone too far. Guys got a little late. I apologize. Let me finish this up. Sorry. You know, I'm a little passionate on these things. Look there. Some folks are trying to detract from the fact that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the perfect role model.

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We Muslims are saying we won't concede one millimeter. Look at the cannula. confy Rasulillah. He Llahi they're saying, ya know, there was some good money there. Someone came and taught him and someone you know, he was influenced by someone. What do we say?

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We won't concede one letter

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may be sort of long winded he was sent them was divinely inspired. He was taught by NASA that'd be hit rueful, I mean, other kobika The message came through GB rally CERAM where was the destination? Either a callback or to your heart that was an estimation.

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Therefore, if you look at it, the true complete teacher, the true complete educator, who didn't just come with one discipline or one methodology isn't a sort of Lhasa Lalani

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Allah subhanho wa Taala shower is mercy on him

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and elevate his MACOM with that will conclude today pray that Allah subhanaw taala accepts and grants Sophia also the law would sit on Muhammad ceremony como la Haymarket