Introduction To The Science Of Hadeeth Part 2

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According to the jurors assume that

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the act between

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shorthand they cannot see

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between words you are looking for

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act between obligatory and permissible and if you do it and if you do it

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if you do it with the right intention

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if you don't do it

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and if you leave it completely that's one thing but if you don't do it some time there's no sin.

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So an example of that is what

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Don't be afraid of the

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bob okay.

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Know how much detail we want to get into this but he mentioned

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which is if you perform with me and following this paradigm, you get the reward

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forward deserves in

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this one is the Alyssa category

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Have you read.

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if you leave those more, is not considered carpool according to

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the other one.

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Look at a dress for example.

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Okay, so as

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soon as the budget

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if you do not pray as soon as the budget is close to what you put into most of the members, if you do not pray it on Sunday, there's no sense

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of like if you missed the one, but if you do it, you'll get

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one of

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the legal

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By the way, this is also good. For those of you who go on to lecture about Islam, English teacher,

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legal theory

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might be the last thing is in your rights.

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Or what do we mean by legal theories?

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All those people were sending,

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which is the next step and this one is

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What's the definition of hate?

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But did you say

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not object to

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What else

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are they?

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If you read the books,

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when they talk about something, such as a source of law,

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if you're talking about action, how to great action. So for

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reason, these people are talking about soon as a source of law. That's why their definition is different.

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Because of the source of all too soon, basically saying that the problem is actually

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example of this, just make sure everyone knows if you're talking about

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things, it's pretty clear.

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pretty clear, but what do we mean by the left?

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Give an example.

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Okay, why would that be considered a source of law?

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Basically, what she said last part is sufficient

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for something

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and he did not object to it means that that action is okay.

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Because if this is something wrong, he must object.

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So, for example, the form of prayer

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after the event for select among the Sahaba used to go to the pillars of the mosque, and pray to

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Him saw them and he did not object.

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Therefore, they say that this spraying tool

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after the event promoter, as soon as I said it, never did it, but they say it

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because he approved

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putting any after the Moto and before

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but it is part of this

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Have you seen

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now, from the No, the the Have you seen they also look at the topic from a different point of view? Have you been looking at it as everything that is narrated?

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From the

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For those of you who are wondering what we're doing

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definition, assume that according to the different

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types of Polymer.

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And in other words, if you pick up a book, talking about the subjects, they're gonna use the same words, they're gonna use different meanings, you want to make sure we know what we're talking about.

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Have you seen other as they looking at a topic from a different point of view?

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They're looking at it as

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everything that has been narrated from the promises.

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So what did they conclude innocent according to their definition?

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According to the definition of submitted includes

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things, okay.

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would be either one of

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the characteristics, the physical characteristics of the Prophet

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include that part of the definition of pseudonym, because remember, they're not talking about

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an action, whether it is haraam or mobile or wagyu. They're not talking about the source of all obviously, the physical characteristics of

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shorts, doesn't mean

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there's no part of law that Muslims should be totally sure.

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But they're talking about everything that's been there graded from the process, and so they include physical characteristics.

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That's what they're talking about, they look at the center as a source of law.

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So therefore, these applies to the distant history.

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This book are looking at are using the term soon as the tech of x distance between words.

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Okay, anything else?

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What do you mean?

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Everything that he

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said that physical characters

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for example, he has to walk at a quick pace. His hair was so long

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he was so high his cheeks are such as this color. All these things have been narrated in heavy. Okay. From the point of view, they're all Parkinson

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disease is

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another that's another that's the next quarter,

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next quarter, next quarter.

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So in other words, any there are some things which the magazine Colson which the jurists

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like what

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have you

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learned? Actually, that's not

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something I need, that mighty thing will say this is this is part of the project. That's how it works as part of the ideas that have been resonated. But from our point of view,

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how many ways is the process of having one

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let's say nine.

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Okay, so those nine why's, and they'll describe it as this is, the sooner the process and

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these people was when they say, they must go sooner.

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point of view

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that's what I'm trying to get at the different ways to use the word sin.

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From the Mojave team point of view,

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noticed the motive is one

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person in the room.

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From the point of view, they say,

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or talk about Heidi's point of view, we say that,

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what have you they say

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they're using the word differently.

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And they're also using the words differently.

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For them, they're only concerned with actions which are still valid in the law,

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which are not from the specific actions of the processes, which are not even those actions will have been abrogated. But for the sum, that anything that comes from anything, anything that comes from a description of the process, in which he did what he said, what he proved that even his own physical characteristics, it was awesome.

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So for this course,

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except for today,

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in general, we'll be using this definition of

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these things, all of these things are captured in the effects of literature and literature is called Have you

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saw them Have you seen

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their main occupation is studying this literature

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and seeing which of this literature is authentic, in which their goal, their goal is to

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determine what are the authentic things actions, approval and characteristics?

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well enough is what they're saying.

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quickly, more

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what do you mean by special

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physical characters.

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00 is another topic.

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The study of the life history of the process. Originally it was the study of

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religion and to begin develop more into life.

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Originally, it wasn't intended, then developed into a study of the entire life of the Prophet.

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So this is a study of the Prophet's life from the time he was born and from the time he received revelation until his death is supposed to be chronological.

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Now, their source,

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the source will be

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the words they use headings and try to arrange it in such a way that they reconstruct life in

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general, have you seen I'm not that interested in that I mean, as files field of petits itself, they're not interested in starting from the time of revelation until the

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it was a different topic. Until at the end, maybe we can talk about the differences between the books of

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why there's such a big difference.

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Okay, what about beer? Which category has come under what?

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So from the legal theories,

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by the way, this is a big topic, whether the action is for you or not.

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It is something that the next course we'll discuss. So over here, it comes under physical characteristics. What was the color of his beard? What was the shape of it also comes under his actions, because growing a beard as an action

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to shave it.

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What it was thing

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to leave it, okay. And there's also saying that the province has ordered the Sahaba to

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but just the beer itself, we don't consider those things, both here. And here. And you could even say it's, you

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know, records

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So could fall under

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just some terms, I want to turn next in which I'm sure you're all familiar with, just

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as mentioned them now.

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Every heavy, heavy

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was the fact Have you had any reports concerning the profit, so send them the same nexans obsessive football, this physical characteristics? And we may also use the term headiest for reports from the Holland's domain, we'll discuss what's the difference?

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But there you have you have two components, which we'll discuss in great detail in this course.

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The first component is detecting

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I'd appreciate it No one makes jokes about the way I read.

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The second one is the chain.

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This do I think you're all familiar with these, these two key this? Is the chain of authorities back to the provinces.

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And the text is the actual text is that how do you think is the same of the provinces or

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statement from the Sahaba describing action or an approval or characteristic of

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any questions? So, so far?

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Just kind of introductory, I

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wasn't even planning on going over

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to the new plan.

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Did they change?

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Any question here? Okay.

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We will talk about how these groups interact later. But obviously,

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for just before the jurists, let's say for the for the legal theory.

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Legal theorists will say that

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you'll see that all of these things are combined. Or you may find them in the body of literature.

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And they are they've also discussed even though it is really important.

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They also discuss what isn't acceptable and what isn't.

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And he will also find this in the books.

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And he they'll give you the condition, and even talk about the size of the book.

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But the point is the serene although they discuss the topic, they do not go to a single

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or they do not take individual hobbies and study that Harrison 71 is as authentic enough.

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In order to know that you have to go to

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these people do not study individual today's interview this heavy,

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does the job of the

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Japanese both

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was to help

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them Yanni with what he's actually grading the heavies exactly like

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also for these, for these jurists.

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Whenever they say something is obligatory, they must have some evidence for it.

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Whenever there's five levels, as we said,

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some must have

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or dislike down here.

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Now for each of these, for example,

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to say something is harmed, they have to say something, or to say something, and they have to have some Heaven, either from the phone or from the heavies or other tests.

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Again, if the evidence is from the Hadees,

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according to the saline only authentic, it may be acceptable. So also the football they have to go.

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So basically, what they're doing the job of the pyramiding team is just dividing between the authentic and

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then in the application. And

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so they're divided between authentic and authentic,

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in order for the full cost to know what added there to playing with.

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So there are there is some relation between. So in other words, it's not the job of what have you seen, or had just to look at it every

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day, the problem is that Dylan did something, not his job to say, well, that act is was important.

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In order to do that, you have to have training.

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So that's not his job. The job is actually just intended to help you and to determine whether it is authentic or not. And also, it's his job to push the tool. And he explains explain the meaning of the headings, the words of the headache, and so forth.

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But it's not the job necessarily to make conclusions about whether it was the ruling that we derived from.

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Now, of course, many more, have you seen rows of

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unqualified examples?

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As we're talking about later,

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we'll find

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some points that he made, especially in the chapter titles, which shows that he's also 14, not just

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that's the case with many people.

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Especially in the early years.

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Nowadays, you find some people who are basically just detained and if they were to go into other areas, they would show their their weakness. And vice versa, by the way, find some footballs sitting in nature. They don't know anything about

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us specific names for each

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input all Florida.

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are here.

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Over here,

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over here in JavaScript

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over here now what about these four I just mentioned?

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Are they also legal affairs?

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it was removed Remember me for sure.

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No question. That is awesome. So here's the first one who wrote the book about us.

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What about

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it was before but

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just because Jeffrey was the first one to write a book about it. That doesn't mean it didn't exist before him right.

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So also, you

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You'd have to put up money.

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And you'd have to include. Oh, by the way, ah, Vader was Denver over is

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one of us.

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What about

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Some farms claimed that he was not solid, Some even say he wasn't.

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But the things that he was, and if you look at the things he said he shows that he understood what he said.

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But admin, especially would be down here

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is one of the greatest.

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What about the membership? Would he be considered

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one time that you know more heavy than I know So, you know, I had them missing to me, but but she was calling have you put

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any like we put quotation marks to put him in prison? Or was he amendment?

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Do you remember for sure was

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my mother used to call him? Mm

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We're talking about pretty early years.

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What does that mean? It

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means is one of

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them actually means is one of those.

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What about that, what would he be considered?

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Probably not.

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Probably not that

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much less than quotation.

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Probably not one of the greatest probably could probably not be considered.

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And it just to give

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some names of more things for all the six collections of Hades and Polly Muslim widow divinity of these people

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about legal theorists

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even though he's named

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Mohammed, Mohammed, Mohammed Al

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Hamad squared

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It's been a long

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journey also.

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There's another one His name is Mr. Hadi Hanafi. Legal theorist.

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These people are are more annoying.

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They're basically legal.

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Well, they're not as strong when it comes to.

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Over here in juris, we have

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to kind of give you some people who are not as famous.

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know, we have to be here. Of course, no is awesome.

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for them.

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He was the fisherman.

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He didn't read much in this area.

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What about

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this, what's your proof for that?

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And if you read the body, you'll see the different hedging results.

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Even even getting down to the Sava, some of them are.

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Some of them were constrained in certain areas. Not so much this area.

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Every time I say this area

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between Ghana there were there were like for example level greater destiny specialist, although he did get put was sometimes also I mean,

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although he did his test was something I mean he was also someone who was lucky.

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But there was some principle of delay

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almost exclusively

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others or for many reasons they were more involved in something then they were in investment he had to like have a look at almost

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any there were more

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so he said nine o'clock