Introduction To The Science Of Hadeeth Part 12

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Sorry for coming late.

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This is the 12th. Class.

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What did we leave out? Yes.

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Actually, I have

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an entire lecture just about sideboarding a Muslim but because we're running kind of late,

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I mean, getting kind of behind the class, we will not do it someday in the masculine as a general lecture, maybe I'll give it

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we're talking about the

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what is the level of the different headings for this?

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And we said, What What if a headache is not worth it, then it comes under these two categories.

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And we'll put the earlier Kini or Emily premium Murray.

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And it is a basically they are stating that there is definitive confirmed knowledge, which no Muslim should doubt.

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And we also said that when it comes down with the word head, if you don't have to go through those five conditions that we mentioned

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remember those, don't you?

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nothing is correct. Okay.

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Actually, it's not an

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but anyway.

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But then we said the other had either had we talked about another Buhari and Muslim, many of the Harris or and meeting them with what we discussed all that we came to this point, this is their fourth.

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Okay, mature.

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was the second one.

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Most of these

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basically, there's very little difference between these two.

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Except for when they say a brewery, they mean and it is something that every Muslim should know doesn't need any investigation.

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Just clear to everyone.

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Now, the way they usually define these terms is

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it usually means that in one of the length of the chain, or one of the several cuts, there's only one narrative.

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Great means one of the double card, there's only one narrative.

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So for example, from the prototype and

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then we have our

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because of demand.

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so if we take this headache, and we study, for example, who narrated this hadith and each of the tablecloth, or each of the generation, we find, for example, only once the hobby narrated for devayne 12

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to the domain and so forth. Usually this, this is the way it is.

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So for example, once the hobby knew it, and he narrated to four people,

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those four narrated and so forth.

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Hey, this is very this, this is not as odd.

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Because in one of the summer clubs, there's only one there.

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It could, it could be the opposite, but it's very strange. Very strange, because really,

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in this case,

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yeah, it could be the case.

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Free to have it in one survey What that means is this one survey he heard it from three so happy to have any Batman it's not coming you do this the other way okay

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by class like the name of

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the period of Harvard and the one thing at the time which the last holiday

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domain has two categories major

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minor major domain are those who missed many other

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minor those missed a few

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so the cemetery are those people who met the domain

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and so on. Okay

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but he couldn't be could three o'clock be within 110

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yeah for example

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as everyone he takes from the Sahaba he took mostly from the mostly before this time

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right so we're talking about the people not the date necessarily Who are the people in the chain because as I mentioned, the headers we discussed earlier today has to Sahaba and the chain right Mohammed bin jubair and his father

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so both of those are from the same

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visit 100 from the other one. In other words, if it's something like this

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if it's something like once the hobby passes on to another hobby and then two three,

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then we still say this is only one in the first

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they have to hear it independently of each other for it to be more than one

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chain to

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the example

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paper from the same token generic information

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determine the last habitat This is the stuff that I said will not go over but you'll find it in the text.

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I gave you the face.

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The most the most famous example of a very Paris is what

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okay with this man

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who narrated from Mama

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narrated from other than Abraham and the high from our and then you haven stayed open

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with Alcoa two in a hurry to hear him say to

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me is the last

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it is because of armor is the only hobby that we know who narrates it

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and the only one who never had any grace and exchange from honoris causa from him Abraham and

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so the first three links does vary because of the first series from yeah havenstein of cotton we have 700 chains for this heading.

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So it went from one

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to one to one I made it very famous

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very mature, these are all types of I had had you

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know, you don't have to

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worry by definition it's

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by definition, it's either going to be very busy so

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now that you have it like this, you study to apply the five conditions doesn't meet the five conditions.

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And this hadith is scientism said before audience, I must

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reading about this Yes, you have to study it.

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And if you say what what that means is this automatically So hey, it was like the Quran? Well, if you say it's either variable or as it means you have to study, it could be weak, it could be strong.

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And it's so many people know in each of the double costs, this is no any no way they could have any forge this head either come together to make this any

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or all of them have made the same mistake in North America know to mean by many, many people in each table cause many problems. Like for example, men can devalue the dominant, something like 82 Sahaba narrated that

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well as he

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as I said, there's no any actual formal definition of a minimum number, just that so many people never raise it.

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And there's no doubt about the fact that they did not gonna get together to fabricate it. And there's no doubt that they couldn't could have made the same mistake all of them. Therefore, and it raises to what the comment what that means to me his definition of mutawatir is somewhat unique includes many heads which other allameh will not consider what what

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he raises the question if it's sometimes by the by the person who narrates it some people like him American mm Sharpie and scores

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scores and had he narrated like this he considered

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this is by the way, an example of a headache, which is very, and also most of the

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most of it is a term.

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Actually, you'll just find it among the

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among the Hanafi they are the only ones who use this term

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was the Hanafi representative here um the rillette

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Oh cannon is for sure.

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The head of Easter Muslim.

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What they mean by that term is is the heaviest which was less than most motivated,

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but became very famous, they will not like the study

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they would call this Harris Harris most of it. So in the head of it, most of it has this as a special ranking, just considered stronger than it is everybody

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does the heaviest, which is originally either labeled as is. And then after some of the during the first three generations, it became most well known. Like

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I said, this is an example of

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isn't it but it

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could be

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the only ones who use this term. The only ones

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Yes, they would call this Mr.

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Especially if it became famous within the first three generations.

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the other hand if he stressed the first three generations

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because the both of them said the best generation of mine than the one after it then the one after

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Okay, so they say that these are the best generations and, and the end the amount of lying in this kind of thing is not like it was in later years. Okay. So for me basically the talk actually about Hadith, which during the first three generations, even though sort of very became very famous. So that has a special ranking in there also.

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The next one is that is

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the only difference between Aziz and Marie. In the case of a very Western said in one of the double class, there's only one Narrator And the case of ideas and one of the total costs, there's only two there is no words for example to Sahabi narrated from the process of them after that maybe 10 to vein and 22 to the end. But in one of the federal courts, only two people are

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driving in every

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Well, my tour

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is three in one of the double clutch just three in one of the double quotes like for example three, the hobby

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will force the hobby and and just treat the brain.

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Well in general they consider anything after that.

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With what?

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As is in one of the double costs, it is hovered domain activity is only to people who narrated this heading

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only to

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ending with what it is that needs to

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I'm saying but at least I'm just trying to get to that point that at least two is not the proper way to say it.

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So usually when they define it this way, then they say of this poor in every double costs, we call them to us.

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And either way, most of them had nothing. Explain it, although it is not.

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Probably not exactly

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Three and one of the double costs and just one of them

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Yeah, yeah, we're not talking about rejected narrators get we're talking about acceptable narratives. And each of the other words the three liars or four liars and each generation narrated doesn't make it

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it is, you mean please three.

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And these three have to study them to see if they meet the conditions that we mentioned earlier today, but they can be they can be they can be the healthiest, which is very it can be a hero by which a disease can be solved by

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simple mesh for sure is not likely, but could be

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bad condition, the chain has to be unbroken. Every scenario has to be either scenario has to be loved. There can be no shadows, and no ela. You can guess what those two.

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It's very unlikely because you have three, at least three people on every one of the chain, every one of the telcos supporting each other.

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Most of the difference of opinion whether it is Firebase, we're talking about how nice is this category as he's

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this, but to me, you know, you can

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have your own.

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For example, the head is in the mail. Mmm, yes, we only have it authentically from one Sahabi. This is just before you can we discuss

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on what is the oldest, The Hobbit? The Hobbit who narrated this that we have it authentically from him? Now some people will argue that that is not very because the dog narrated it, actually during hotbar in front of many of the Sahaba. And none of them. Yeah. And he rejected it or Sydney This is not right. But from that point of view, it's still considered.

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Okay, now these three categories are

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now we still have to come

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back to the question.

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What is the level of El Nino? Not the Midwest that had it but have I had

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to make you

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do you think that they are of this level?

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How'd you

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get the first by the way, the first people who to question I had had these were the mock diseases.

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And those people who are questioning them today they're actually following them.

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And the thinking for sure.

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Is there are people who

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want to rely on

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this thinking originated from them.

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And those who say it or following the thinking of their

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own I had

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a specific head heavy that some of them

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had hedis in general, to say we only submit to us if

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you're we only accept an update that we only accept moved to weatherhead yet we don't accept that.

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this is Andy from a master's in this idea

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while they say that mostly because they were philosophers

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so but the reason is because they're philosophers and

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their argument is that Johnny says something

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well listen no data many times in the Quran criticize those people who follow what has been

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the problem then can have many meanings in the Arabic language

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is an English

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not confirmed,

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but in Arabic language can have many, many meanings, okay. One of them

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is going the opposite way. One of them is something that has no basis whatsoever

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and no proof for

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no reason to follow it.

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No basis whatsoever. That is what the Quran is criticizing people for

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me to follow things that they have no reason to follow. no basis for no revelation from Allah subhanaw taala no guidance concerning

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the other extreme

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there's one convenient thing

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for certain things something known for sure.

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In the

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and also

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so any button can mean your key

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that's something else.

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And now

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because they did from the end, they are taking London's meanings if any, they are what they're what they're doing is they're saying in the Quran tells us not to follow them. This heritors only so therefore, we should not follow them.

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You know what they are making it biased. They're just taking one meaning of the word but

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another type of Lenore in between those is a brand which is

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the stronger

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of the oven.

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But this kind of been?

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Okay. There's something we are not certain about. But the preponderance of the evidence or the majority of the evidence tells us that it's true. In other words in in the courts here, United States Courts, if you're on the jury,

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if the preponderance of the evidence shows that the person is guilty, you must vote for him to be guilty. Okay. And also in if the preponderance of the evidence shows something you have to act according to that evidence.

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I mean,

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so much of the things, many things you'll find are lovely, but they are this type of them.

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And the the preponderance of the evidence shows that to be correct. So it's obligatory on the Muslims to follow this type of hunt.

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To what

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relative to other evidence against

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for example when we say a headache

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when we stay ahead is to say we're saying that it meets those five conditions meaning we are certain to a large extent

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we're certain and to a large extent that this Hadees has been properly preserved from the provinces

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so what we're saying when we say that I need to say we're saying that it meets this category

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This is why it is obligatory on the Muslims to breathe in and follow any Hadith which is graded by the LMS

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as I

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said, I wasn't planning on getting into this but

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somehow we get into that clear

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and I'm saying that if this is the highest meets at least this criteria

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at least the Muslims to believe in it

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okay, but

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maybe have you have some

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corroborating evidence

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okay. This raise it from this level

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And it will come in

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added by external or supporting evidence, the headache is raised from this level

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to a stronger level.

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Okay. Example of those headaches.

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Oh, the Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim.

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We'll discuss them in more detail in a few minutes, but

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not every head is this is considered So hey, by the cameras and this this much. Okay.

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Yeah, if we have supporting evidence, it's raised. Like for example, the had eaten sales before is a Muslim.

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A Muslim as I mentioned the other day in the mosque

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and they were just taking from the top level or the best Teddy's available.

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So the overhead is

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given us the law.

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Out of out of all of the reasons the head poker is a Muslim 210

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have been criticised.

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210 have been criticized, we'll get to them in a few minutes.

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210 days out of is about 5000 or between six almost 6000 coming

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to an attempt. I mean, Chris mentioned what kind of criticism they meant. But the scholars have had it like a minister asked to be on the safe side.

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to be on the safe side they say that beside these few that have been criticized, there is a

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heaviness in all the areas in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim artha Hey.

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So as Allah Hadith is one of those external evidence in JAMA, Yanni all the scholars agree that these headings are the type of external evidence that raises the head, or the level of those headed from being one, Roger to being

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and novelry.

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No, except for these 200 kanheri e v. 210. Stay in this category. All the other edits are agreed upon. And when the other scientists agree upon something it's obligatory on the non scientists or non specialists

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are an anomaly now

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what's the difference between this one

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This one

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and then the opinion Rory and the opinion of what's the difference between

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I tell you that it's not accepted for any Muslim to reject either one of them

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but what's the difference between them

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Miss Harris that is ma Lola they are

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every Muslim any there's no excuse for any Muslim to not love to know this body

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okay and not worry and he needs some knowledge some investigation. In other words the scholars know this for sure.

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Okay that's the difference between me appearing every one and nothing and normally this is everyone but with respect to this part

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Bini they are both the same. So there was no especially non specialist in Hades has the right to say that these headings are not authentic because there's

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this external evidence that raises it from being a writer to being an opinion lover.

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He may be excused for rejecting those edits because he's not a specialist and heavy and he doesn't realize the position they have as opposed to just someone says there's no prayer five times a day just kept ruminating because there's something I think everyone knows, but this is something else and he requires some knowledge some some study

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which is a Muslim, there are only excuses their ignorance

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and if they do not realize what this editor

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and if you study for example,

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the these days and how all Bukhari and Muslim en el Buhari is that you know, 100,000 Hadith which are authentic, and yet in his head Buhari, he only included about 4000 handy.

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And he was just taking the cream of the crop.

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the cream of the crop

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is divided into two types, the type and the thing.

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years no.

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That's the

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next book,

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talking about the book, except for these heavy switches that we'll discuss. None of them are urban, Mr. Booth.

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None of them

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came because of this crime.

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Labor Buhari, we're not talking about his own he had

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virtual Buhari, he took his collection, to academic Hanban to add even the machine to azura.

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And have them look at them had had him had them look at his collection. And they accepted all of the 363 was not clear whether he took those heads out or not. But anyway, the point is that it's not just a hurry things authentic but also you have those other elements. similar words in the case of Mr. Muslim, he took his book club azura, one of the experts in edit or defects that we mentioned earlier, and any headache that was that I had the slightest

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doubt he took it out. If I was there, I mentioned anything about any anything just took it out because you wanted the collection to be the strongest Yeah, heavy. If you look in

00:34:05--> 00:34:22

the Muslim, you'll find a hadith that Mr. Muslim recorded and then someone asked him what about the Hadith is overrated? Isn't it also authentic? Why Muslim as Remy said, yes, it is authentic In my opinion, but I'm only including those Hadith in which there is a jamaa or the Lama agreed upon authentic

00:34:24--> 00:34:30

has always talked about saying Muslims say, hey, Buhari, we're not talking about independent Allah making it

00:34:31--> 00:34:36

we're actually talking about what the scholars have had at this time agreed upon as authentic.

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You know, is there a section in the 6010

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that belongs to them?

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Oh, yes, yes. Earlier today, we mentioned that many of these hobbies are also met with

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them with whatever they go into this category.

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even listening to someone

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says any questions about this.

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This is getting into some little bits important.

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We'll get to them. We'll discuss them in more detail before discussing the books of Hadith.

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Before discussing the books of say ideas, let's just mention two other terms.

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One is the hay

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and the other one is hay

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with the new students along

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with what is it that he doesn't want to say bye?

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Bye because

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what do we mean by these two terms?

00:36:46--> 00:36:49

Before going through, are you asking my question? Are you

00:36:50--> 00:36:51

the type

00:36:52--> 00:36:56

the title of the section? The section is there's two terms you want to define.

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One is the height. The other one is

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easy. The engineer

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Okay, what's a literary

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doesn't meet the five conditions

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does not meet all the five condition Okay, there's a headache which is a little bit less than a by itself.

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But due to a supporting evidence

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corroborating evidence

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We raise it to the level of

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insight Muslim you'll find both

00:38:26--> 00:38:28

example of Hadith which is a lady

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somewhere here

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an example of Hadith which is same as it is

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the province that says if we were not to be a hardship upon my alma, I would always infuse the miswak before we start up.

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The one of the narrator's his name was Muhammad.

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But one of the narrator's name is Mohammed Ahmed, he is he is

00:39:04--> 00:39:06

obviously is going to be on the right

00:39:08--> 00:39:10

but he is a little bit the only when it comes to poverty

00:39:12--> 00:39:13

is a little bit not from the top

00:39:15--> 00:39:23

but he is not the only one who never is there how many other people in there is the same and they support each other and were raised and headed to this level called side

00:39:30--> 00:39:34

chains yes supporting Mohammed bin. So therefore we raised it to the halal at

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have a clear, said you'll find both signs and signs.

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And so I didn't even see it. I didn't know

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00:40:02--> 00:40:10

the first one the first person to collect a book of just authentic it was mmm Buhari

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What does what does the name of his of his book

00:40:28--> 00:40:29

begins with

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something before this

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Israel said

00:40:42--> 00:40:49

the first the first words there's not there's not a book of regents the first the first word in the definition

00:40:50--> 00:40:55

I mean in the title implies that this book contains Heidi's on every aspect of the

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Hey what's

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tea tea

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notes paragraph

00:41:44--> 00:41:47

paragraph six Section E 248

00:41:49--> 00:41:55

talking about the first person to collect collection of heritage just authenticated

00:41:57--> 00:42:00

and his name was Muslim so he must determine

00:42:03--> 00:42:03

what the laws

00:42:07--> 00:42:07

are so like lay

00:42:10--> 00:42:13

more he a me or me One morning

00:42:22--> 00:42:26

I don't remember which actually it's written right here but anyway, we had

00:42:35--> 00:42:36

this one

00:42:42--> 00:42:44

from the from the title of the book

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what do we get

00:42:47--> 00:42:53

Gemma means discovers highly concerning every aspect of the deep human

00:42:54--> 00:42:56

things about human glioma

00:42:57--> 00:42:58


00:43:00--> 00:43:01

the two rows together

00:43:04--> 00:43:05

What does the Muslim mean?

00:43:07--> 00:43:08

Is it goes back to the

00:43:11--> 00:43:11


00:43:14--> 00:43:17

Muslim has it means two things

00:43:20--> 00:43:24

means two things I'm giving up on your focus means this is not

00:43:33--> 00:43:45

to say something is most not in this terminology is another terminology we'll get to later. This terminology Muslim means it says Murphy's Law and it has an unbroken chain. But does this mean

00:43:51--> 00:43:52

that you're raising your hand

00:43:53--> 00:43:56

means it goes any trace back to the process and

00:44:04--> 00:44:05

trace back to the process

00:44:06--> 00:44:07

with an unbroken chain

00:44:15--> 00:44:16

to not be

00:44:17--> 00:44:18

a dogma definition a Muslim

00:44:20--> 00:44:22

No No, that doesn't that's not for me.

00:44:23--> 00:44:26

Okay as I said, Hey goes with this.

00:44:28--> 00:44:30

And I was hoping to get question while the tape

00:44:34--> 00:44:39

what what that means is narrated by many people in each of the

00:44:40--> 00:44:45

muslin we're talking about one chain this unbroken and it goes all the way back to the processes.

00:44:46--> 00:44:46


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00:45:09--> 00:45:16

Yes, there's an authentic book. But yeah, it is intention. And it was just you just taking the Hadith that passed on to him.

00:45:17--> 00:45:25

But this is the first person who has the intention to go to the head is by his tender weakened and authenticated. And to make a collection of just authentic hadith from his

00:45:28--> 00:45:31

forehead, as I said, goes with this

00:45:32--> 00:45:33

very important point.

00:45:35--> 00:45:40

And is saying that all of the Muslim Hadees are ahead in this collection.

00:45:42--> 00:45:45

All of the Muslim Harris are saying this collection

00:45:47--> 00:45:49

because not only but definitely

00:45:52--> 00:45:57

now he's saying that all of the Muslims in this collection meets the conditions for study.

00:46:10--> 00:46:13

Any habit which is traced back to the provinces, will be called Murphy's Law.

00:46:24--> 00:46:33

Okay, we'll discuss that when we discuss the metaphor and yet in general, but there's something for example, if the Sahaba said, if one of the study said that

00:46:34--> 00:46:36

on the Day of Judgment such and such will happen,

00:46:38--> 00:46:40

obviously, this information cannot be from this head.

00:46:42--> 00:46:54

And this is not something you can make use to head above. So on those areas that you cannot make it to the head of the Sahaba said something, then the ruling are we consider that statement as being from the process.

00:46:55--> 00:47:00

So they say the outcome of that statement is that it is modified or it is from the public.

00:47:02--> 00:47:04

Wishing to see that's quite often you'll see that

00:47:07--> 00:47:08

what does this mean?

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00:47:15--> 00:47:18

Okay, Danny? Isn't he's already telling us right there, this

00:47:22--> 00:47:27

gig. Now. Now, there's many times you'll read, and I've seen it many times,

00:47:29--> 00:47:32

especially in newspapers and magazines nowadays and books.

00:47:33--> 00:47:42

Sometimes when they talk about a specific heavy, they say, one of the criticisms they have, as they say this heaviness is not as was not included by a Muslim.

00:47:43--> 00:47:48

Incorrect, because this was not their intention to include all the headaches, which were so high.

00:47:51--> 00:48:00

And you were making a type of sublease becomes because I'm sure in most cases, the one who wrote it knows that it doesn't mean anything. But he thinks no one who reads it would be

00:48:02--> 00:48:08

added because sometimes we're talking about people who have PhDs and sometimes even in hygiene, and they make sense

00:48:09--> 00:48:09

doesn't mean that

00:48:11--> 00:48:11


00:48:13--> 00:48:14

is just a special collection

00:48:18--> 00:48:19

is not correct.

00:48:22--> 00:48:22


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Gemma means that this is a collection of headings. That includes sorry about all the aspects of the deed as opposed to for example, a pseudonym.

00:48:38--> 00:48:38


00:48:40--> 00:48:45

Assuming in general applies to collections of holidays that are already

00:48:52--> 00:48:52


00:48:57--> 00:48:58

The gamma

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Gemma just means that it includes headaches about Eman about this. About Menaka. About

00:49:09--> 00:49:11

about okay.

00:49:13--> 00:49:21

You nanny if Mark doesn't mean not in with respect to subjects. But with respect to the offending calories that are out.

00:49:23--> 00:49:26

There was this many authenticated that he did not include in this book.

00:49:27--> 00:49:36

He regarding the same? Yeah, it could be regarding the same Yeah, getting the same topics. And he didn't use it. This was probably

00:49:39--> 00:49:45

not probably. And he says that what I've left out of this book is much more than what I've included

00:49:47--> 00:49:51

of authenticating that he wanted a book that would be readable.

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well as

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the number of Hades inside Makati

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without any taking out the repetition. Because as I mentioned earlier today I think

00:50:23--> 00:50:25

Buhari was sloppy.

00:50:26--> 00:50:32

And what are the methods in his book of hiding is that he would

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put the sometimes any project will be talking about some aspects of setup,

00:50:39--> 00:50:41

for example, how to make local and

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there might be one Hadith that describes the whole salon. But in that chapter, you'll just take part of that Hadith, which is related to otoko. And he'll put it there.

00:50:52--> 00:50:57

And then when it comes to the sedge death, how to make this, he will take the part of that headed with a disassembler and put it there.

00:50:58--> 00:51:11

When it comes to what to say in the hope you'll take this part of the Hadith and put it there. So actually using the same Hadees in three different places, or more. So there's lots of repetition, you'll find the same Hadith

00:51:13--> 00:51:23

or different parts of the headings in many different places in the book in the book. So without repetition without repetition. There are approximately 4000 heads in the head body.

00:51:35--> 00:51:41

Okay, now remember this point, and we'll discuss it. Well, why don't we discuss it now?

00:51:47--> 00:51:49

We'll discuss it we'll discuss it in a few minutes.

00:51:52--> 00:51:54

Remember, remember this, remember, these two terms

00:51:57--> 00:52:01

must never pay is a very important with respect to

00:52:05--> 00:52:06

the second person

00:52:20--> 00:52:21

anything wrong with us?

00:52:25--> 00:52:27

We thought with a long time ago anyway,

00:52:29--> 00:52:30

that's why they're Muslim. Now.

00:52:32--> 00:52:37

The second one, to make a collection of the Hadith was al Bukhari student.

00:52:44--> 00:52:46

What's the name of Mr. Muslim? His book

00:52:56--> 00:53:00

was not as deep as

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could just call a janitor for

00:53:08--> 00:53:12

the collection. And even Yeah, he did not put even the chapter titles.

00:53:14--> 00:53:20

He just janitor just had it from the beginning to the end. There's no chapter titles, no division, nothing

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of the

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order, but without any chapter. If you pick up any collection of the homeless nowadays, you'll see chapter titles.

00:53:33--> 00:53:34

And just

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both chapter titles were added by later scores. In particular, no, we

00:53:44--> 00:53:49

know we went through the Hey Buhari is a Muslim and added chapter titles every so often.

00:53:50--> 00:53:51


00:53:52--> 00:53:52

made his own

00:54:04--> 00:54:04

the number of

00:54:18--> 00:54:21

No, doesn't mean but he just didn't put it in the title.

00:54:29--> 00:54:42

You mentioned in the introduction, and also, as I said, and he tells us a lot about it. So you'll also find hidden from him saying that he did not collect. He did not include all the edits that were saved but only those edits were agreed upon by the score.

00:55:01--> 00:55:04

By the way, which is found in both sides Buhari is a Muslim is called one

00:55:07--> 00:55:07

meaning what

00:55:11--> 00:55:16

it means explicitly that the Buhari and Muslim agreed upon but

00:55:17--> 00:55:27

implicitly it implies the whole ima agreed upon. Because, as I mentioned earlier, the ultimate grip on it with a body with Muslim one therefore

00:55:30--> 00:55:32

the whole room I have to follow their

00:55:43--> 00:55:44

question Why?

00:55:52--> 00:55:54

For the major reason, because they're both walked up

00:55:56--> 00:55:57

to me

00:55:59--> 00:56:01

and gave me the other hand

00:56:02--> 00:56:03

doesn't mean that those

00:56:07--> 00:56:10

are the questions that they have to put on.

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But those reasons did not.

00:56:18--> 00:56:24

say there's about 4000 Hadith in Sahih Bukhari Sahih. Muslim there's also

00:56:26--> 00:56:27

Yeah, do you have the guts?

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Also, and it was around 5000.

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Between them, there's about something like 2500 500 heads which are

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common between them.

00:56:43--> 00:56:45

That's why some people say, hey, Muslim is the most suffrage

00:56:47--> 00:56:55

that is not correct. Now, for me, there's 2500 headings here. Once you find them Muslim, you multiply them and Buhari

00:56:56--> 00:56:59

does not mean that ohare does not consider them authentic.

00:57:00--> 00:57:02

Not don't get that impression.

00:57:05--> 00:57:06

What he needs his own

00:57:08--> 00:57:12

way. And the other, the other. He added and he said

00:57:17--> 00:57:30

that he did not start with he did not start with alcohol his book and say let's work with that. Now he just made his own collection from his own show, that he in fact is not happy. By the way it's a Muslim from Muslim Arab Buhari. I know.

00:57:32--> 00:57:33

They wish to get an

00:57:34--> 00:57:36

arrow and

00:57:37--> 00:57:38

the question

00:57:39--> 00:57:47

he made an independent collection of Hadith which he felt at the top level of the hair is so important for the people to know and

00:57:53--> 00:57:59

also for his students, when Buhari has the problem with the bully

00:58:02--> 00:58:07

should anyone who's went to study with a buddy he should leave me in my Muslim to COVID books took a deficit Here you go.

00:58:21--> 00:58:22

Then in

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Bali says this about the Buhari because he believes that there Buhari believes that the Quran is created, what is enough what what is it and he will twist it

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00:58:39--> 00:58:40

he was thrown out of his city

00:58:42--> 00:58:42

or even made

00:58:44--> 00:58:44

to take his

00:58:47--> 00:58:52

dog and he noted again, these are the numbers of headaches inside body without repetition.

00:58:54--> 00:58:58

The number of Muslim Muslim this little reputation

00:59:00--> 00:59:01

This is common between

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Venn diagrams

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4000 here

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5000 here total and indicated area 25.

00:59:24--> 00:59:26

Now the scholars of the West

00:59:28--> 00:59:30

and like Spain for example, have to be

00:59:32--> 00:59:37

other scholars of that nature. They consider a Muslim to be superior to say what

00:59:40--> 00:59:43

was most of the scholar says ahead Buhari is superior to him.

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And we can give

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studying the two books

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I'll get to those. As I said most of the scholars they say

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is the period the same?

01:00:04--> 01:00:06

We'll discuss the reasons why the head body is.

01:00:16--> 01:00:24

Number one, animal body and Muslim, they did not mean to use many of the same narrators. But they did not always use the same narrative.

01:00:25--> 01:00:29

They use many of the same narratives. But if you find someone in the room, it doesn't mean necessarily it would be.

01:00:30--> 01:00:33

Right. Okay, so of those

01:00:34--> 01:00:36

people that you're only finding,

01:00:38--> 01:00:40

refine, find in 30 narrators

01:00:42--> 01:00:42


01:00:44--> 01:00:44


01:00:46--> 01:00:46

And nothing

01:00:47--> 01:00:50

for 30 narrators you'll find them in body but not.

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01:00:55--> 01:01:01

Out of these 430 80

01:01:02--> 01:01:03

or 80%.

01:01:05--> 01:01:06

I've had some discussion about

01:01:10--> 01:01:12

some discussion, discussion.

01:01:14--> 01:01:15


01:01:20--> 01:01:32

With a hand you can find 628 he

01:01:35--> 01:01:35


01:01:36--> 01:01:45

And sometimes by the way, I have included them on purpose in his haste to show that the statements about them are unfounded.

01:01:47--> 01:02:03

And remember, for example, we said, if someone has shaved, for example, because from this year, someone may reject them just because this year, so Buhari might include him to show that he has stepped up and he is acceptable and what they're thinking about them is not correct. They did that many times.

01:02:05--> 01:02:12

Okay, out of these 620 160 narratives, or 25%,

01:02:14--> 01:02:14

have been

01:02:15--> 01:02:16


01:02:17--> 01:02:19

There's been some discussion about it.

01:02:20--> 01:02:28

So from this statistic, we see that the narrator's in general, are safer and hearty than they are. But there's some bias here.

01:02:30--> 01:02:34

And that bias is that after he did his work Muslim,

01:02:36--> 01:03:09

and he when when everybody included some people, because there was some question about them to show that they are authentic Muslim came along and did the same thing. But for more people. And in other words, the people that beyond those Corey mentioned, he did it on purpose, the same head if you will find this inside Buhari with the top the best chain, you'll find it in a Muslim with a weaker chain, having one of these narratives to show that that narrator is in fact authentic. So there's some bias here. I mean, it was somewhat intentional, in other words, an enormous part

01:03:14--> 01:03:15

of me

01:03:16--> 01:03:18

has very little discussion about the

01:03:19--> 01:03:20


01:03:24--> 01:03:25


01:03:26--> 01:03:27

with your loved one.

01:03:30--> 01:03:31

And how

01:03:33--> 01:03:35

you will find it in the book.

01:03:43--> 01:03:50

I cannot tell you can be found I cannot tell you out of hand, but you will find it in the book called gentlemen.

01:03:56--> 01:03:57

Young men are jealous.

01:03:59--> 01:04:19

And there's also another difference here that makes this stronger than that, that most of these narratives were there's no question about it. There are so many of them are actually our own teachers that he knew very well. That he started with a new them. And he knew they're authenticated and they knew they cared.

01:04:23--> 01:04:24

Yeah, of course, I'm sorry.

01:04:25--> 01:04:26

Out of these

01:04:28--> 01:04:37

Well, that was not the case. necessarily with Mr. Muslim with respect to these 160. So therefore also the certainty with respect to our body.

01:04:40--> 01:04:41


01:04:42--> 01:04:48

Also, now remember some of these again, how are we because Buhari or Muslim came after

01:04:51--> 01:04:58

Bahati if you remember our ranking of the narrator of Godzilla, except one there it is.

01:05:00--> 01:05:01

Only built from the first class.

01:05:05--> 01:05:09

First that narrative in the principal part of his book,

01:05:13--> 01:05:13


01:05:20--> 01:05:22

not sure which principle should be

01:05:25--> 01:05:25


01:05:30--> 01:05:31

we benefit from

01:05:34--> 01:05:38

principalities or powers. That's how you remember, the Delta has other meanings.

01:05:41--> 01:05:46

Anyway, and the principal had it and he would use second class narrator

01:05:48--> 01:05:53

things like what it means nowadays, but go down to the next category. So they're only a top level

01:05:55--> 01:05:56

as supporting evidence.

01:06:04--> 01:06:05

The difference between this

01:06:10--> 01:06:16

rally this first class, we're talking about those people who are like in American Liberty, and in the great schools.

01:06:18--> 01:06:25

These are people rarely made mistakes, but they just not did not get the same as the problem.

01:06:26--> 01:06:27

Even Muslim, on the other hand,

01:06:30--> 01:06:32

would use both of these classes for his principal.

01:06:39--> 01:06:43

And he would use this class for supporting evidence.

01:06:55--> 01:06:56

For sure, it was unintentional.

01:06:58--> 01:06:59

And they didn't put the head

01:07:02--> 01:07:05

down, he could use that out, maybe not on every head is put here.

01:07:15--> 01:07:16

But there's no need to do.

01:07:19--> 01:07:28

Now, one of the problems, there's this code nowadays, like an advantage Whoo, hoo, sometimes, and he goes to some of these edits, and he

01:07:29--> 01:07:30

criticism of the Hadees.

01:07:32--> 01:07:39

And it was respectful party and Muslim it is not as simple because as I said, these are areas that were well known amongst the tourists at that time.

01:07:41--> 01:07:46

And even Muslim, sometimes you would even required a weaker heading a weaker chain.

01:07:53--> 01:08:00

Even though he knows a stronger chain, it would require the weaker chain, especially if the weaker chain is early or shorter.

01:08:02--> 01:08:06

realize they like to get the shortest chain possible, be closer to a resource.

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So one time I was gonna

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criticize one of the heads and say I'm Muslim.

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And one of our students heard this and he went to him, I'm Muslim.

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And ask them, Why do you have this headiest through this chain, it's not a very strong chain. He said, I have this idea through this chain only because it is obvious the shorter. And because this hadith is so well known among LLM, that there's no reason to include the better chain.

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So the only one we're talking about is timeless. And we're actually talking about ideas that are well known amongst the realm of the time as being authentic.

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In other words, no longer chain.

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He did not include this dollar chain in the same book because it was so well known, that included the shorter chain, even though it was weaker.

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So someone comes along today and comes as a Muslim. And he looked at it as though I think this narrator is good, but weak and therefore this chain is weak and I don't accept this chain. And you can do that with the other books like a widower and others which do not claim to be authentic, authentic, which not seems to be agreed upon by Obama. But you cannot do that with a Muslim because you're forgetting the circumstances behind the book.

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The people who believe that

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this might be people from Spain.

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In general, there's not many scores from Tunisia.

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superior upper and upper

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another another reason

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number three

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if you remember this earlier

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with respect to Milan headin

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in order to show that you know

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something but the other example I gave is just because we wanted to put the shorter chain and if they prefer it to

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space but they consider Johnny you're closer to the system

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and if they love to get the shortest change possible like some some hideous alcohol he has just two

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or three narratives between him and the promises they love this type of Harry

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the minimum the second

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What about

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the Golden Chain well there's the short version and the long

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with respect to Martin Harris also there's a little bit difference between a party and

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y'all know it's mine and heavy thoughts

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and okay

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and to the power one it's a headache in which someone one of the narrator's uses the word

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Okay, we discussed it earlier today was the problem was

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not possible Okay. Now for if you have x

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x and y

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x narrating from y, both of them are

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Yeah, the both of them are not consistently

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in the international

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highway sign, not with the least

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x and y are stuck up.

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It is sufficient for him was

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alipore the preponderance,

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preponderance of evidence.

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Okay. In other words, if they both lived at the same time, and they have the possibility of meeting each other, Mr. Muslim would consider this to be an unbroken chain

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on the

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next class or the one next class,

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sometimes they're committing to at least

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like the word

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like with respect to all Buhari, he has to prove

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or confirm that the narrator has met

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the narrator is actually in the

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game has to prove that the narrator is actually in addition to that

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this was given given given

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Okay, so,

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putting condition which is robots fitted in

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Now, the point

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point that you should keep in mind this is not

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alcohol his definition of Asahi

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for headaches. According to Lima Bukhari, it does not have to meet this condition

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to prove that there isn't but for at least to be concluded in his book, jam, he has a it has to meet this condition.

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The difference between the zoo and it is headed towards silca. Here according to him ohare was to be more careful to be stricter in his geography, he did not include them unless they met this condition.

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Some people get confused on this point. Yes, some people what's the difference between or a Muslim there'll be this point and they'll say that's the difference. Now there's many differences and this one is actually a slight difference.

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In the case of Muslim, as long as he has evidence to show that they live the same time they could have possibly met their boss that they do not commit at least the sufficient for him to accept this as an unbroken chain, the case of Al Bukhari he has to have proof that they actually met.

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And it's just an extra condition, not for an alcoholic mind for it to be so high but to include it in the gym. So how can you ensure that

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the narrator

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is the word of the

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nanny is known by us here many years ago.

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And sometimes, you know, it's by the Writing's on the on the notion It is so and so present and getting this headed. Sometimes, you know, it's by the hedges terms that he is a VISTA, and he says her destiny, so and so this means you heard directly from him he got. So he has some evidence that he used.

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But this is one of the ways by which and Buhari was a little bit stricter than me, I must.

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we'll get to this. No, we'll get to

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the process of how we'll get to what they mean by that. Okay. And the last evidence, I think it's

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the last less evidence

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that shows that quality is superior

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to Muslim, same body spirit as a Muslim

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the sum of the two.

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Number at number five, this

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actually is number five in the book, my book is number four, because I skipped one. So it may put four or five

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be too complicated.

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Now I merged it with another one. I just put it together with with no, but number four. I mentioned earlier that there's 210 IDs from psycho horrify Muslim that can be criticized

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how to use only 80 may be found inside.

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So with respect to those heads, which were criticized

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and there are much fewer inside qualities and other evidence that party was more exacting in his collection of heavy hitters. The other 151 30 plus because also some of these, you'll find

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we'll get to help.

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Now those who say that I was superior, they are not really talking about well, to some extent, they are talking about things related to science of Hadith Sahih Bukhari wrote his book mostly from memory.

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I Buhari wrote this book mostly from memory. So a Muslim devout Muslim, both is booked mostly from his note.

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And one of the one of the differences that that led to is that Mr. Muslim was very careful in pointing out any differences in wording and narration.

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Okay, and if you read a hadith and timelessly many times after that is to write the song so also narrated it, but his wording was this song, so narrated it and he said it slightly differently. So in scenario, so, a Muslim is very good at looking at

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how the different scores marry the head it was stable for instance, he was doing it mostly from his memory, he did not keep the slight differences. Sometimes the slight differences are very slight. Someone said what the other one said for us fans to dilla with gentle and Muslim would notice.

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not from his memory from his notes. So

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that's one reason why we the one of the better aspects of famous another aspect is also he was very careful in differentiating between head dessiner and banana.

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While Buhari was not always that careful, sometimes he would use even in a mix the two terms

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had done enough for a Muslim means what came through

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was only used if the Harris came through Santa Barbara is only used if it came through.

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by when Buhari would sometimes mix the two terms

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Thirdly also for a beginner for someone who's not that

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what aspects of say Muslim is that he always always included the complete adage whenever he recorded he will not break it into little parts

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he would always give you the entire headiest from the beginning to the end

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he will not break it into little parts

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while as I mentioned earlier for the reasons that

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benefice benefits from the reasoning a body would

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split the headache into many different parts and use it whenever applicable there's also another aspect related to a Muslim which is

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beneficial aspects inside a Muslim you only find one wild

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only one suspended head is

01:21:08--> 01:21:17

okay while in a body you will find many many many wallets hurry how many I'm glad you asked me that

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1341 lines of credit

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some ways Muslim can be considered superior This is why the western in other ways and he technically speaking from technical point of view, I think as we can see, let's see if this works now.

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See, I hope this works.

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Just going to flip around and find my look at

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that area it means that one of the ends of the chain is not there missing the ends of the chain

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could be the beginning could be the end could be the hole could be the hole

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this chap listen to this chapter that resonates with you in both English and Arabic.

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Listen to this

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listen to this

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However, as you know they have yet

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in English.

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If the profit had not started firing during the early hours of the day, he would delay it till the sun had declined.

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Any comments about that?

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Any comments?

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Was this net Okay, there's no it's not.

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It's just flipped to another pages somewhere.

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Pick the bad boy.

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For the whole

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the whole it's not as missing you're missing a big

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part of it.

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he mentioned

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the point is

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this is very easy to open

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questions. It's very easy to open or pick the wrong one.

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It's very easy to open the book of Al Bukhari and find them while the cat is

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and it does not take long

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because there are so many wild curries.

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For example, this one

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That's the whole chapter Don't tell me maybe it's in the chapter the whole chapter

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because the bad thing

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notice that the end what did he say

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and everybody obviously, this is why the Kalka?

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Exactly he did not make a mockery. We know that because nobody from our radars there's not enough people to reach a body. So, there are many costs inside quality The question is how do we deal with these models?

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demand because

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most of them, most of them are found complete out inside body with a complete chain.

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Most of them

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for example, sometimes he would put us in wildland form and he for many actually for many reasons he would put a lot of fire maybe we'll get into those. But

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there are 150

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mile radius inside pouring which are not included. With a complete it's not anywhere inside.

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When next time shall I would begin with those 160