Introduction To The Science Of Hadeeth Part 7

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First of all I want to

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I want to

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point out, but I wasn't

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you're dealing with

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when you inform someone, you have to inform someone. And you were talking about books that you heard through some

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books that you actually heard,

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has only applied in the case

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of books.

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In other words, if you've heard his book, or if you received the book through his agenda, you will not use it. And that was only to be used. The books you've heard,

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I think less than any way you've written the book, you received the book, you may transmit it through lenses, not

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only books that you receive, you are only edited to receive through some ads, you may make an

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advertisement.

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What were we discussing last time when we stopped?

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Since from my economics, we were discussing the Hades prison, or checking your petty.

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And as we said, last time,

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we want to take a vote.

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Now during the time of the during the panel, where we gave some examples, where like, we'll go through almost an idea, we're checking to make sure that the Edit were being narrated properly.

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And we said this is a type of

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ideas.

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This is a type of general that is because

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proficiency.

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As we'll discuss, maybe next time, all of the Sahaba are considered either

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added

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in the Quran that pleases Oh of them. So what we have in that early generation,

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we have the time of the Sahaba, basically checking to make sure that the Hadees are being transmitted without any

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reality whether the narrator is being honest or not.

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As I said about numbers and about

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sorry, he said, I thought you had not dealt your honesty, but I want to make sure that people are careful when they transmit it. So during those early generations, or during the famines, the hub of basically the concern was to make sure that people are passing on the

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proper

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roads without making mistakes when they when they transmitted.

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And we pointed out that the hub themselves were also very careful in that.

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They would perspire when they're eating from a narrating it. And they would do their best to make sure that they their head is exactly the way that they heard it from the from the process.

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The fact if we look at the first 100 years or so

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let's say the first he is from the from the family that hit Europe,

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up until the time of

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up until the time of 50, after the injury.

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There was still a large number of Sahaba alive.

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So if for example, you want to

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learn how

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are you going to go to during that time

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you have a choice between going to Harvard, or you have a choice between going to other people who did not meet the profit center, but maybe they heard it from so

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we're going to go

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there

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This period, most people would go directly to the Sahaba and take it from the from the Sahaba.

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So there wasn't really much room during the same for other people to be narrating.

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So during this time, most of the people who are passing out Hadees they are by the Quran as I said, we've discussed next time, and also the bonuses, bonuses and

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the bonuses he has confirmed that he from what we know about them.

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And in fact, during this time, there's only four narratives.

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There

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are only four narrators who

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have been questioned,

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and Nicole's integrity and ability to narrate.

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And even these four some of them are not

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one of them his name is the how to

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write the names on the board.

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Die since he's so famous episode on a deck

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I don't know maybe a different person.

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How do you know it's

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not necessary for him to be

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pointing out to us before we can

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get the story about him. He is one of the major submarine

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you know what I mean by major? He's one of them.

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Yeah.

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Okay, major domain just means that you met lots of stuff.

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But even in this case, by the way the Sharpie and add even in the genie. They rejected it.

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And they even call them liar.

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shabby, isn't too good names to know.

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shopping.

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The

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people who are a little bit stricter than other people when it comes to

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marriage. so shabby in Medina, they call him in fact the liar. But the reason they call him a liar The reason they don't accept this is because he was somewhat of an extreme Shia or pro life.

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Therefore they don't sit this heavy. That heavy book called The Reserve

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as a long discussion about him about how

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he concludes he isn't acceptable never. And in fact, his head it can be found in the books of those that have been measured. And

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the only thing they had against him was he was very strong in his share of views. But as we'll see later, this is not enough to say that

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this

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is one of the scores and had instead of being honest, that for us this is honesty and for him is is better.

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She Uh oh, those

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are the ones no one is the name of

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course it was mother's name at birth.

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He died in 67

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Do

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you believe

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that the angel Gabriel, Darius came to him and gave him revelation?

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claim? So we believe those

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any claim or you believe that or know which one?

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That angel came to him and give revelation that.

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But you will not find any heavy machinery and he never narrated

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me the difference between saying that the angel Gabriel came to me and gave me revelation, and forgetting Hades from the promises.

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So the second one I thought I did the first one we concluded next week. Okay, here's

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the second one. And

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it was someone who was misguided. But at the same time, he did not.

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Because someone

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mentioned him, and their collections we came in, and he was from this theory, or from those people who have questions during the

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interview.

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But the important thing for us Yeah, he did. He claimed nearly Edison promises, which he fabricated.

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This one Unfortunately, not to

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name names on the next one.

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One more

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people will

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read.

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He was the companion of it.

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I'm not sure what he does if he was a companion of Addie.

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And even on the DVD, the same one I mentioned earlier, it was one of the

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shock of

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one of the teachers

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and admin in the handbook. Yeah, isn't it?

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And then 100 calls him

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What's the score by the name of Joseph, Jen.

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I could have I could have written this.

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I could have written

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a criticize, because that's awesome.

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But in fact, this criticism is not.

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Because

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I was one of those people who was very pro of mine and hated anyone who supported

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us from those people was very broadman and hated the followers.

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Okay.

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But you call those people that have specific names, as many

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as his agenda just yet.

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Yeah, there's a group of people who are who are extremely supportive of Mother Nature for it.

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They are important

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because that are just

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for their accusation of the people who follow any

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political

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thread.

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You happen to be in everyone's wave.

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People who are so broad minded, that they are against it, even almost to it.

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So,

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again, the lead practice.

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So, Adam,

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Adam was one of the supporters of it, therefore, for only that reason.

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For only that reason I chose a journey.

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So far, we've had three sets in the first in the first eight years, and so only four marriages have been

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done the three of them so far, we said that harder they said, We said he's actually Okay.

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Well, the second one

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is pretty

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heavy.

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Okay, and

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the only reason people criticize him or the only one actually isn't Joseph J. And that's because judiciaries, but I will discuss that principle. And

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I'm just joking around the 200.

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What was the moment that

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you started your journey, anyone who's

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not?

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He doesn't give a reason he just did this one.

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But we know that

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that's what the short doesn't.

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And the last one, the name of

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the pants.

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And this is also related to

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this is, this is one of the people who narrate the

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20 hours a week. For those people who say, that is not important

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to say that the MacBook is not trustworthy,

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sharper, and sharper,

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sharper, automatic way to say,

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this is not the

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handbook.

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No, you have to look a little bit closer. Again. Mr. Merrick met him when he was very old, and his memory and he had started to

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make what we call the Loch

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Ness.

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Monster met him when he was very old. There were medical Eddie's as being any incorrect. Is there anything that he corrected? So he said he's not?

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Exactly and he is not.

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Every narrator necessarily is acceptable all the time, nor is he rejecting it.

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There's some people like saddam and his own hate Ah,

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this is what medics are. He didn't know his history before he met them. And therefore he concluded from what he saw.

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But in fact, he is before that time he wasn't. So all the narratives we have in my first eight years is open question. In fact, all of them except from God

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can be considered

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acceptable. But

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that

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wasn't it turns out what other schools that said that he looked at his students and he looked at what

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have you.

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What about he might

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he might have been basing his decision on what the mathematics is?

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Yeah, probably. Probably.

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was like

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because

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yeah, oh, yeah. I wasn't

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planning to get somebody serious.

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Okay, isn't that common? Oh, people that can they get old. They may not have been the oldest

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isn't it

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Our conclusion as intended use was mostly about the war narrative.

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And during these years, the science of checking to make sure that had either been transmitted properly had already started. And those few narratives were questioned. In fact, as we saw, most of them are even.

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And even our best in fact, he says

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that he was talking like, during this period, or actually, especially the first 50 years, he said, they used to be a time when anyone stands up and

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says any Harry's always was turned in, listen to him.

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Because we were people who would not make any corrections.

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Then he said, whenever when

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people started writing every

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every domesticated and domesticated Cabral knows when people started following their own desires and going.

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One, when people started leaving the, the strict setting of the prophets, I send them in the way of Allah, that's when they really have to start questioning and asking, Who can

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looking to see who's never really authentic.

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The result of this is that since there was very little to do with the early years of them,

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we don't find in that period that many what's been called scholars of Jeff with that view.

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They're not that many, because there's no need for them.

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But after that day, when, for example, Islam spread into new areas, and people begin to embrace Islam. Some of them were not careful when it came to narrating it, some of them fabricated it potentially,

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when we start getting away from the time of the Sahaba, the people who were very carefully narrating it, and move on to other people who were not necessarily that careful, when it came to Nero, then the fact that it becomes much more important because then you have to, or there was the possibility of people making mistakes. So during this period, we have, for example, the

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residue, and all four of them, were active in making sure that

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these were transmitted properly. And some of this was the real science of general idealism. As what will describe, it really begins to develop after this time, because after this time is one of the weak or rejecting narratives, begin to

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question about them.

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One thing that we we should keep in mind about the scores is

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that this is a science that is very important for the people to be most honored to be most careful about what they are, what they're doing.

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And most of the scholars were, were also very careful, for example,

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they would not

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make just for anyone or say that anyone is unacceptable. Unless it's someone who narrates any

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other words, there's many people out there who do not narrate

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some of them, live them and teach them and it has no reason to talk about

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they don't

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talk about last time

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and he the science of General Studies is something which is

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obligatory, not bad.

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But even then the scores of pennies were very careful. Someone doesn't need to be not known to be nearly anything the people who were there any there were certain people they were known. And he that these are the people who are passing on

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someone, for example, like a massarotti he's into sort of stuff and he doesn't care about any that some people

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then we will not will not say about that.

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And he has poor memory or

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because there's no reason. And we have to be careful. But

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secondly, also it's sufficient to say one thing about a person. You should not say more than that.

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For example, a knife knife is a liar sufficient for me to make

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to make them a rejected just by saying they have a desire. I don't have to say and he also cheats and volleyball and he does theirs. And then

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we just say it wasn't sufficient.

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Oh, yeah.

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Oh, yeah, sure.

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Sure, and it looks something hidden because they they want people to

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Know that this person is not there for bad news gets to him they don't.

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Also they were very careful even in using nicknames. If someone has a nickname that he doesn't like, then they will not use it.

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But this

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may not

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necessarily

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so the scores were very careful even with respect to the, to the to the rulers

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and in the schools in general not care about the outcome at all when it came to anything awardwallet

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would not

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be willing to take bribes and this sort of thing even with respect to their own family, also like an even makini he did not allow people to narrate it from his father

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because his father was not

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acceptable in there who knows that you're not hearing it from my son because he's a liar

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when the when the person started mixing it when he starts getting older, usually his children close the doors and don't allow anybody to come in

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it's finished.

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Son is from much later than 700

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Yeah, the son that he called

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he said

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he used to memorize the Quran and you get busy with other things

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many of us

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need

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to allow others

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to allow us to take

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us because he's on the floor

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because he forgot everything he knew he wanted to build this was only

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a computer

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my son used to know the karate things but then he gets in the way.

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So first of all, before we talk about who is acceptable as a narrator, we should discuss who what kind of conditions are to be applied for the critic what I mean by critic

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number one we'll review his movies

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and he's the one who's going to make that his brother

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and he there's some there's some people

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who collected Danny even books on

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a smaller general books on narrators and even the one who collected himself is not

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as nice as

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he has.

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So, you will like

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he has a book of weakness earrings, he collected a book of weakness, but the himself is not acceptable.

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Therefore, even though his book

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is not considered when he narrates about people, so therefore Of course

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we must be here.

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Okay.

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What's up

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today?

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Yeah, we're trying to say for example, what what are some of the requirements that he should meet themselves? At number one, he himself should be

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open because

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other people.

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For example.

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We'll talk about how someone becomes

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induction is someone who was was involved

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Why is this the case?

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Why is it

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that there is

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he has to know what

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to say about them and also he has to understand what other people said about like for example, one of the expressions they use

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this expression

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but

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what does that mean?

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Okay let me put it this way let me put it a different way Is this a compliment or an insult

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if we say he's like

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okay.

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So, I have no Arabic language in order to know what to say exactly. And also to understand what other people have said

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Okay, what else

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Sam Walton

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otherwise known

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because of you

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know, a lot of muscular

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help

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all get mental illness.

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This is

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not necessary, but you have to know

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what are we talking about it?

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Okay, to know what makes the narrator acceptable.

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When he doesn't know the site

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is not going to be happy.

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He said some things

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and against know the principles he has no.

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Or we'll get to, we'll get to some examples. Okay. For example, someone said I don't accept this narrator because he posts too much and suspicious.

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Okay. So the guy is saying this, because it costs too much. Would you say that the one who said that understand these principles and is acceptable as a great

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day?

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Yes.

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That's what I did. For example, the one who says I don't except this one because he talks too much. And the other one talks about someone and he said that she I don't like him because of his father. But if you see his beard and his modesty, you'll notice

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an increase in his beard and modesty.

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More than zero and his principles are well known. They were established. Like

00:35:13--> 00:35:19

I mentioned before, less than many of the who was added and who is

00:35:20--> 00:35:25

and who should we measure for I mentioned last time that he's actually pointed out

00:35:26--> 00:35:29

what kind of area you should read. They're pointed out

00:35:30--> 00:35:32

and these goals apply what the Quran says.

00:35:34--> 00:35:36

So the first are the basic pillars comes from the Quran.

00:35:40--> 00:35:48

So, we said the kids know, the science of difficulty, what we're seeing, and he has to know what that says about physicists.

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

And

00:35:52--> 00:35:55

he also talked about how all this kind of data described

00:35:56--> 00:35:57

ranges up to

00:35:58--> 00:36:09

a certain quality. And he didn't just say believe in geogrids, because he actually gave certain qualities that we can look at those qualities and if we find them in people, we know that we should accept

00:36:13--> 00:36:13

them.

00:36:28--> 00:36:30

Are you talking about another Africa?

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My

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

God, you know, the principles of

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and he should he should be?

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To some extent,

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a scholar.

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He should be a score. Okay. What

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was the what are we testing now? Again, testing to see the

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other end? Okay, well, that means what?

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Okay.

00:37:11--> 00:37:13

Okay, we don't know what headings are correct and

00:37:15--> 00:37:17

what isn't? And how are we going to say that

00:37:20--> 00:37:22

you can say that someone has told us if you know, the headings

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before we talk about who's headed, maybe if that's accepted

00:37:43--> 00:37:45

the basic principles of Java

00:37:50--> 00:37:52

principles. What I mean

00:37:54--> 00:37:54

by that is that

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not every statement will be necessarily

00:38:02--> 00:38:04

devices that nice was alive.

00:38:09--> 00:38:10

Yeah, okay.

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Someone may lose the position of being having roll out

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later.

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If I say for example,

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this will not necessarily be destiny. I just because I didn't I, we have to look in more detail.

00:38:48--> 00:38:50

So there's some basic principles that have to be applied.

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We have to describe a person

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with this division, no need to go

00:39:06--> 00:39:11

Oh, no, I'm saying no. If a person, okay, it's about environment critic.

00:39:13--> 00:39:18

And I've been named as a liar. Doesn't mean every time I say someone is a liar, necessarily.

00:39:20--> 00:39:22

There's some principles that we have to plug

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in you'll understand.

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First of all,

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the before anyone says

00:39:35--> 00:39:40

anything about every any narrator, he has studied the history of the narrator.

00:39:41--> 00:39:44

We cannot say completely but in detail.

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For example,

00:39:47--> 00:39:49

when he was going to take it from anyone

00:39:50--> 00:39:57

in a different city, he would go first go to that city and live in the city for a while and study the person look at him. Watch.

00:39:58--> 00:39:59

Then if he plans his care

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The character system and so forth, that has taken.

00:40:05--> 00:40:06

So someone has to be looked at.

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in detail, for example,

00:40:10--> 00:40:13

there's the narrator called Javelin dropping

00:40:14--> 00:40:14

from

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there

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awesome.

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Danny, one of the, one of the scores that diamonds is a worker,

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this would be a different one.

00:41:14--> 00:41:15

He says about Germany

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is that if it were not for the people of Cooper would not have any

00:41:21--> 00:41:22

money.

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And he did not actually study the lever close enough. And he just want to go over, he found him and during many,

00:41:37--> 00:41:41

many of these, you know, so he says, the person who brought these headings

00:41:43--> 00:41:48

was studied in greater detail. And he says there's no one who is a greater liar than the other.

00:41:50--> 00:41:55

So we have to help the study the person in detail, some people are good in certain sizes, but it

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

wasn't.

00:42:05--> 00:42:06

As it wasn't for Java,

00:42:07--> 00:42:08

Cooper,

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he brought to them many headaches.

00:42:39--> 00:42:45

Okay, there are some examples from the time of the pub, that they would use the word caregiver

00:42:46--> 00:42:48

to mean that this person made a mistake.

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Okay, that's probably a

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mistake observed immediately.

00:43:02--> 00:43:04

Some people, for example, are good in history.

00:43:05--> 00:43:06

But they are not good in

00:43:07--> 00:43:12

the course of history, take their narrations. But when it comes to headings, they're not

00:43:15--> 00:43:16

just for someone else.

00:43:18--> 00:43:22

Sometimes this is the result of anger, or hatred, or jealousy.

00:43:24--> 00:43:29

Because these people are human beings, so we have to study the game to make sure that there's someone

00:43:30--> 00:43:36

we're talking about actually hears that for example, if we have like 10 scores, and they all say that

00:43:39--> 00:43:40

and I come along and say I hit the line.

00:43:42--> 00:43:50

Before we said, my favorite, we have to study to make sure that my segment is not because of something like anger, or jealousy or hatred.

00:43:54--> 00:43:54

That's a good word.

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First benefit I get from my students.

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For example, I'll give you an example. Remember,

00:44:21--> 00:44:22

anyone here know who

00:44:27--> 00:44:30

is one of the first people to compile

00:44:32--> 00:44:33

the biography of the

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company

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

was before

00:44:49--> 00:44:50

the way have

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is considered set up.

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Most guys consider him in general except

00:45:03--> 00:45:06

in the men have called him that just

00:45:11--> 00:45:14

judging by the response if you call someone to just very clear

00:45:18--> 00:45:21

or accessible and remember

00:45:46--> 00:45:48

but one of those reasons is marriage

00:45:59--> 00:46:00

does not accept

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

nomadic

00:46:03--> 00:46:03

position

00:46:05--> 00:46:07

and he did not show in America

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and he did not treat in America

00:46:16--> 00:46:16

know there

00:46:18--> 00:46:21

was a study if you read the history of that that

00:46:25--> 00:46:25

was

00:46:26--> 00:46:27

up to the

00:46:28--> 00:46:28

top

00:46:43--> 00:46:45

either out of anger

00:46:46--> 00:46:51

or a animatic knows the situation if anyone's ever been inspected has installer

00:46:52--> 00:46:55

something wrong with that it causes this Yep.

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So, we cannot accept this type of job which is not based upon

00:47:05--> 00:47:05

the state.

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

Now, the

00:47:09--> 00:47:11

question is now what about

00:47:12--> 00:47:14

should we now we take them because of what

00:47:19--> 00:47:20

you see.

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

Before

00:47:57--> 00:48:01

we say human medic, we see that general he is just

00:48:05--> 00:48:08

a human being and he has some weaknesses.

00:48:09--> 00:48:11

So, find my mistake for me and

00:48:12--> 00:48:15

if we reject him as you know, or as

00:48:17--> 00:48:17

in who we are.

00:48:20--> 00:48:23

So, what we do is we don't accept the money makes mistakes,

00:48:24--> 00:48:30

as long as it just wants to so that we could we find in doing this a lot like

00:48:35--> 00:48:36

Joseph j, all the people who

00:48:41--> 00:48:43

support the government.

00:48:58--> 00:49:01

A lot of these scholars say

00:49:06--> 00:49:06

maybe there

00:49:08--> 00:49:11

isn't a case like that you have to study as well.

00:49:13--> 00:49:15

mean even if I'm a critic.

00:49:17--> 00:49:21

We have to study when we study this case of humanity. We saw

00:49:23--> 00:49:25

envy or some anger between them and stop.

00:49:44--> 00:49:45

Okay.

00:49:46--> 00:49:47

I know you'd like

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

to get mean someone who is

00:49:53--> 00:49:54

one of the greatest liars among the

00:49:58--> 00:49:59

Netherlands. Don't miss it.

00:50:00--> 00:50:00

Hey

00:50:07--> 00:50:07

baby

00:50:09--> 00:50:10

although

00:50:13--> 00:50:14

this is a brother blind

00:50:17--> 00:50:24

and we've saved someone's life that means that she is intentionally fabricating and making up for making a change and so,

00:50:27--> 00:50:28

he might call someone from the team

00:50:29--> 00:50:34

but he gives you the information that you can check and find out who

00:50:35--> 00:50:40

was the one was alive just making up stuff was big.

00:51:01--> 00:51:07

Exactly, exactly the first was that we cannot accept the job which is based on subjective

00:51:13--> 00:51:16

third, that was the surface that was it that was the second

00:51:21--> 00:51:22

was yesterday all of the

00:51:24--> 00:51:25

as much as you can about the

00:51:27--> 00:51:29

second one is when we take the job which is based on

00:51:30--> 00:51:31

your anger.

00:51:32--> 00:51:37

So also we reject the job which is based upon differences in

00:51:42--> 00:51:46

what we mean by that. Is that suppose someone is the

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

she was observed between all the last year

00:52:17--> 00:52:17

morning.

00:52:26--> 00:52:30

The third one is reject the job which is solely on the basis of hockey.

00:52:37--> 00:52:38

Hockey, for example, the

00:52:40--> 00:52:41

sheer

00:52:42--> 00:52:46

difference between this Yeah, yeah, basically

00:52:47--> 00:52:51

used to hate. They're talking about those people who support that

00:52:53--> 00:52:57

will support it perhaps a little bit more than than what that doesn't support.

00:52:59--> 00:53:01

But they do not curse abubaker

00:53:03--> 00:53:04

they don't believe

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

it.

00:53:13--> 00:53:13

Okay.

00:53:14--> 00:53:21

So they did it. When they asked him to curse it wasn't, he refused. So they they left.

00:53:24--> 00:53:25

This is where they get.

00:53:27--> 00:53:31

So as Helen is, as she is, she has a system of support.

00:53:32--> 00:53:36

So people like GoDaddy because of this reason, regardless of whether the person is

00:53:38--> 00:53:38

irresistible.

00:53:43--> 00:53:44

Anyone who loves the robot can

00:53:45--> 00:53:47

reject all of the

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

leadership.

00:54:00--> 00:54:01

First of all,

00:54:05--> 00:54:06

we have

00:54:11--> 00:54:12

many of them more often.

00:54:20--> 00:54:21

For example,

00:54:24--> 00:54:28

this is how much later generation but I'm going to give an example from that.

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

He was

00:54:32--> 00:54:37

yo no, that'd be one of the famous quotes of history. Biography

00:54:42--> 00:54:50

he had a tendency to, in writing his books, as a scholar he was writing about was from the era with

00:54:53--> 00:54:54

a

00:54:59--> 00:54:59

little bit of us

00:55:03--> 00:55:04

But if he was

00:55:05--> 00:55:07

called therapy,

00:55:08--> 00:55:10

then he had a little bit more, but

00:55:12--> 00:55:16

he was very obsessed with therapy

00:55:17--> 00:55:18

a little bit.

00:55:25--> 00:55:27

But if you go to his book called

00:55:29--> 00:55:41

The people of the subject matter, he did exactly the same thing only in reverse because he was from China. And he was from China shy make the ad in the biography very long.

00:55:48--> 00:55:53

Because there's not actually rejecting someone did not reject

00:55:55--> 00:55:58

the show, I'm just giving an example

00:56:10--> 00:56:13

of the two weeks and the highest scores against one another.

00:56:15--> 00:56:16

Unless there's some other evidence

00:56:25--> 00:56:27

that we have sufficient

00:56:29--> 00:56:29

against each other.

00:56:31--> 00:56:32

Why?

00:56:33--> 00:56:34

Because,

00:56:35--> 00:56:37

as I said, Unless it's supported by

00:56:44--> 00:56:47

both because the school pays themselves enough.

00:56:49--> 00:56:49

Because zupancic

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

for them,

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

like what you mentioned last time,

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

he sees the light coming from the sky.

00:57:07--> 00:57:15

They're just completely unacceptable to the, to the cause of it. So in general, they had kind of a bias against

00:57:17--> 00:57:19

not like dispose of hate, because

00:57:21--> 00:57:21

according to them,

00:57:25--> 00:57:26

and also the

00:57:28--> 00:57:28

labor,

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

the labor

00:57:52--> 00:58:00

they're not like the people, because this isn't their backplane. And also, they didn't accept anyone who had anything to do with

00:58:04--> 00:58:09

is a North Africa. That is like ghanians anyone is known to go to a water.

00:58:14--> 00:58:17

So there was many scholars that used to make the roads.

00:58:23--> 00:58:25

So they make judgment calls

00:58:28--> 00:58:31

or some other support for some other evidence, we do not

00:58:35--> 00:58:36

we do not accept this

00:58:37--> 00:58:38

evidence to support

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

and the same data.

00:58:42--> 00:58:47

Not just because we're sitting alone, doesn't mean we're aiming as far as Hey, stay above anybody else.

00:59:01--> 00:59:02

Some evidence

00:59:07--> 00:59:13

also, we don't deserve the death which is based solely or just only two differences

00:59:14--> 00:59:16

and methods.

00:59:17--> 00:59:19

So for example, sometimes the

00:59:20--> 00:59:23

some of the Chevy's was accused of having the the

00:59:25--> 00:59:32

bike versus camping, and if we studied and we find it, basically because one is from one from another, we don't accept the standard.

00:59:35--> 00:59:43

And this is related to this. We don't accept the job of anyone or anyone who was not a specialist in this field.

00:59:50--> 00:59:54

Another scenario, or that he said is not suitable. remember exactly what to use.

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

So one of the scars is hey says Why don't you assist him and he said that

01:00:00--> 01:00:02

I saw him urinating while

01:00:08--> 01:00:09

narrating what

01:00:13--> 01:00:18

was wrong with it? He said that he disclosed dirty

01:00:24--> 01:00:26

Did you see him as the view that

01:00:32--> 01:00:35

he was going to do was in his mind

01:00:42--> 01:00:44

person I always did not

01:00:46--> 01:00:48

scholar in general economics

01:00:49--> 01:00:53

for example, the one who said to me this person talks too much

01:00:57--> 01:00:58

and we don't accept the job

01:01:00--> 01:01:07

of someone who is not a specialist in this field. Like I said, if you see this beard and this was the

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

first

01:01:15--> 01:01:17

who this because he doesn't know that heavy

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

but then in general

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

we reject the job of the scholars who are overly strict

01:01:53--> 01:01:55

when they disagree with other scholars

01:01:57--> 01:02:03

there's some there's some scars when it comes to making judgments they're very very tough and if someone makes this one or two mistakes

01:02:13--> 01:02:16

Have you ever had a teacher like that? You don't need like 90%

01:02:28--> 01:02:31

some scores are very high in

01:02:32--> 01:02:34

the slightest blemish

01:02:38--> 01:02:40

or defect in an area

01:02:42--> 01:02:44

now these are these calls are useful for one thing

01:02:47--> 01:02:48

that is if they say someone is

01:02:53--> 01:02:54

really pleased with

01:02:56--> 01:02:57

these types of scores

01:02:59--> 01:03:00

include the Yeah, even

01:03:06--> 01:03:07

otherwise,

01:03:10--> 01:03:10

many

01:03:12--> 01:03:13

of you know this to

01:03:19--> 01:03:24

Eddie. In every generation, we find a one scholar who was strict and the other one who was less strict.

01:03:27--> 01:03:28

He found a few mistakes.

01:03:31--> 01:03:32

For example,

01:03:33--> 01:03:36

the early generation there was an authority in Charlotte

01:03:37--> 01:03:39

much stricter than subpoena

01:03:40--> 01:03:41

after that was Yeah, yeah.

01:03:43--> 01:03:45

And it

01:03:46--> 01:03:47

was mustard.

01:03:48--> 01:03:49

Who was who was

01:03:50--> 01:03:51

shot

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

imagine

01:04:03--> 01:04:06

the next generation we have the ideas in my mind.

01:04:11--> 01:04:13

What the next generation we have a

01:04:23--> 01:04:26

third generation. Yeah, yeah. Even mine.

01:04:29--> 01:04:30

Yeah, it was.

01:04:33--> 01:04:33

Yeah, it was.

01:04:37--> 01:04:40

It was considered Danny Martin. We are

01:04:43--> 01:04:45

considered the greatest Scots

01:04:48--> 01:04:49

it would have been

01:04:50--> 01:04:53

was also a very strict

01:04:54--> 01:04:55

and he was also very nice.

01:05:15--> 01:05:15

Come on

01:05:19--> 01:05:19

Kate.

01:05:21--> 01:05:25

principle here is that we do not accept the job scars

01:05:27--> 01:05:28

when they disagree with

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

us.

01:05:32--> 01:05:33

And we can be sure that

01:05:35--> 01:05:40

we also talk he says this idea of narrators who are scholars who are very

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

lacks

01:05:50--> 01:05:51

now one of the benefits is also

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

considered young lakhs

01:05:58--> 01:05:59

what's the benefit of

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

somebody in

01:06:10--> 01:06:11

Canada

01:06:19--> 01:06:22

won't happen, what's the benefit

01:06:24--> 01:06:31

of those who are very strict and they make for the smallest thing, and they say someone has stepped up, then you just one must be

01:06:33--> 01:06:34

the one getting the group is

01:06:37--> 01:06:39

a really

01:06:40--> 01:06:40

good day.

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

The microphone

01:07:04--> 01:07:12

was very strict when he found anyone making a mistake or few mistakes, you would consider them you put them in his book, The weakness

01:07:16--> 01:07:18

he was very lacks on another point.

01:07:19--> 01:07:23

And then someone is what they call mature or unknown.

01:07:24--> 01:07:29

And it just evolved just one person narrating it from him, then he can put it in

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

both.

01:07:36--> 01:07:39

And the problem is he wasn't very consistent because sometimes you find the same area

01:07:46--> 01:07:48

when it comes to people who are unknown,

01:07:50--> 01:07:54

basically that have been assumed the person is either unless there's some proof that he's not.

01:07:55--> 01:07:57

And even if he's not known.

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

Just breathing air is the main areas of other smaller stages.

01:08:12--> 01:08:15

So when it comes to unknown areas, we don't accept as

01:08:18--> 01:08:22

and when it comes to narratives are known. We don't necessarily

01:08:28--> 01:08:28

know

01:08:37--> 01:08:39

the spear scholars if they disagree with others.

01:08:40--> 01:08:44

Also the easiest scholars they disagree with others we don't think that they're

01:08:55--> 01:08:55

good.

01:08:58--> 01:08:59

Because

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

not because

01:09:09--> 01:09:12

if for example, the shop visit someone is

01:09:13--> 01:09:17

Yeah, that is almost a patient we don't have to look to see what any other scholars

01:09:18--> 01:09:18

have

01:09:23--> 01:09:26

in their head and take a look

01:09:27--> 01:09:28

at themselves.

01:09:31--> 01:09:34

What that means is if you find the healthcare for someone or

01:09:36--> 01:09:37

normal sufficiently

01:09:44--> 01:09:47

General, sincere or extreme, don't really use them.

01:09:54--> 01:09:55

Okay, so you have to

01:09:59--> 01:09:59

buy

01:10:03--> 01:10:05

Can you apply these principles

01:10:08--> 01:10:09

for example, the

01:10:13--> 01:10:14

shabby

01:10:19--> 01:10:20

last night.

01:10:41--> 01:10:42

So, we have gone on to

01:10:45--> 01:10:45

the matter.

01:10:48--> 01:10:49

So, we can go through we

01:10:50--> 01:10:53

can say which one probably is great

01:11:01--> 01:11:02

some rules

01:11:04--> 01:11:04

that

01:11:07--> 01:11:09

apply under the same rules

01:11:11--> 01:11:14

as they actually wrote about by using

01:11:16--> 01:11:18

one of the principles is by the by the weekend.

01:11:21--> 01:11:22

I know he has never written about

01:11:27--> 01:11:30

this anywhere where he has written in detail for example.

01:11:33--> 01:11:43

So, we cannot really see what the principles is, but it says one You said it doesn't resemble any philosophy No, that's one of the principles

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know,

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we will, we will

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but

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first of all,

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as the mother

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mentioned,

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someone is well known,

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very famous for being being a scholar

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and as accepted by all the scholars, then we do not accept

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any job for him unless there's some clear proof

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for example,

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he has a book called

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Moscow key

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in this book, he has one Narrator And his name is

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Ahmed

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I didn't want to make this joke so I gave you

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in that book he has he has

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the reason he has

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near the end of life and some people were

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most likely Joseph

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so once got a name is Mohammed me. Yeah, Mr. Mori.

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I know it's not to

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say

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I'm telling you

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what I mentioned earlier,

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he wrote a letter to him and

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I was

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everybody believes that the fraud is created.

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So therefore, after the damage has been done visit I refuse to narrate any ideas that they had.

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But But we know I'm behind, and he was very well known and his opinions were well known.

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And even his opinions on this point.

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We cannot be the

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voice

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for quality because we know

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it's not what it means. But because of that reason, because some people

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accuse them of something above included his

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purpose was to mention those people who are Christian

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was the

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nothing there's nothing missing from his life if we don't

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know what you're getting.

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But we know that

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the comment is not from him from someone else.

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When you say that the people get

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angry.

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Seems I said, it seems that some people

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there's no there's no way that we can explain why

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this man wrote this letter about the water when we know it's not true what he wrote

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that was from me, was my

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Yeah, there would also be

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any question about those

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Okay, for narrator to be accepted or make that default and what are some of the general

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conditions in general now, what are some of the conditions that you must meet?

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We talked about who can be the critic, we talked about some of the principles of ideas now let's get to the narrative themselves and talk about some of the

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characteristics

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are the narrator

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and we mentioned Yeah,

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okay.

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To get into a little more detail, what we mean by

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what we mean by

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from our point of view, what we mean by this is performance, and what is the best

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way from

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performance surgery is away from the building.

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And also we should have something

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good to live.

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Except

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for

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the highest and the highest level,

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not everyone who is that we call them.

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Principle

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of the one we

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discussed, the one that we're talking about the row itself, what are some of the characteristics that he was must possess, for others to accept.

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Under this one also, we can include a must,

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must not violate.

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Moreover,

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how would you translate?

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How would you translate Moreover,

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must be a normal period.

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Why is that important? Why would we consider that?

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principles and moral?

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Well, what do you mean by?

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What do we mean by value?

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Now, it isn't something that changes over time.

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It used to be,

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obviously not anymore.

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One day,

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things like this, that if someone is eating while standing or eating in the marketplace,

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eating in the marketplace, and during that time, something shows that she doesn't have normal care. But why would that be important? And why would we consider that as

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we just opened up?

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With this one?

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Why is this important? And why should we say the narrator should have no?

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What's the relationship between

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your

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work? What's your relationship between eating in the marketplace and narrating

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this

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transition for

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someone who is in the market?

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Okay, so it's not

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like eating in the marketplace?

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is not

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okay.

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If you don't have these characters in him, then yeah, he doesn't have

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and much more.

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And he was very intelligent,

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to some extent, and because he is doing things that was the people to blame him for

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any shows that there's something that he doesn't have that much modesty in the people that may be also narrating it, you may say things which he feels may not be correct or in order to succeed.

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And also, there's something that he This is accepted by all the people and he goes against it.

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They go to Berkeley, you'll see many examples.

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something suspicious,

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but it's not the case that if you seem to something what

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I thought it would be

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eating in the marketplace one that doesn't mean you're not going to

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what is the matter of doing it over and over and showing the turnoff the proper

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respect, we have to make sure that the performance is away from automa.

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We have

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more characters

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What about

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more detail?

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What are some of the things you when we say,

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you have good memory inherits from this memory, you have to have good memory,

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good handwriting that he can

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see him writing like this,

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when you write

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and what he

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is what he wrote and said,

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He will relate to and he must marry confidence in his religion. In other words, you must be

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you must be known must be known as reliable in this transmitting,

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he must comprehend what he transmits, and he must understand that is that he string

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must be aware of a pronunciation that may change the meaning of the heavy

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must be word, any pronunciation

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of any pronunciation that may change the meaning of the head is

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just finished the quote person,

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it must be capable of transmitting the word forward as he heard it,

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not merely transmitting it, according to its meaning, with assistance before obviously, this means to separate from those people who say,

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married by me.

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Furthermore,

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he should have learned that at least by heart, if you were taken from memory,

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and you should have memorized the written text of Hades, if you relate it in its written form.

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And when he participates with others and reading it from memory, then which they relate must agree

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when he released the same thing that other people narrate, it should be agreement, not the always disagreement.

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And he must not be within

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What's the name of Shapiro.

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So, and not just

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the

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words that he sent me, but also he has to be someone who understands what he heard and understand what he says

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we discussed already

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the fact that the person decides these two things are involved, we discussed this last time or the time before you must also be Muslim. And we discussed why must also be adult This is

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just in the general categories or general characteristics of acceptable marriage.

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Moreover,

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mentioned already

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must be must, must be an adult

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to discuss the reasons for those

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and as we mentioned last time, he may be

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he may be the narrator may be a man or woman.

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area may be a man or woman, maybe

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as long as these other conditions are met, in fact, many cases the slave days are the best sources of pain.

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The

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model

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one of the people who was the greatest scorer

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because he spent most of the time with me, serving Him and living with him. And even after he's finished, because Moeller they still have this relationship.

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Like

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not liking

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the status.

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What was your question? Yeah.

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Okay.

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Look,

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if I tell you it

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was I heard from somewhere

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And you should not change it to another tablet

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according to your membership,

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according to those other people that we discussed that time if you are a scholar