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Introduction To The Science Of Hadeeth Part 9

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Jamal Zarabozo

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Today we want to talk about law

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name

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of the director.

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They want to talk about

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what did we say before? What do we mean by

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quickly?

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Remind me more.

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proficiency is what we mean that we give some more details about it.

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If for example, someone is narrating it from a book, from his books, we say it.

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Okay. Let's put it another way, I suppose. Is there any any from this memory? We say vote is

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very, very heavy from memory we're seeing

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the P remember script

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was very heavy from a book we say Bob cook. Correct. He writes the thing down properly. And he's able to

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say how do we see it? How do we test the the narrative? And

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what were some of the means by which the score is used to check

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with others?

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How do you

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know we didn't know? We're moving on?

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Let's

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say,

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for example,

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there's any

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one way one way before he felt was this compared with other more specific other students.

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with other students have the same Check In other words,

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for example, like I gave the example earlier,

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in rain forest, the books of hammers and Selma to 1700 students

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have this purpose was to differentiate the mistakes of combat? How would he know the mistakes of combat

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medic students, that is going to read the books of the combat to 17 of hammers students.

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His goal was to know how much mistakes and to know the mistakes of the students. How is he going to know that

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the students to do okay help students

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prepare how everyone narrated the same thing. And supposedly they get heavy from the same day, someone very differently than the other 16.

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What about the mistakes

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if all seven of them narrate the headache in the same way,

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and that way is wrong, compared to all the other luminaries that he knows them from?

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Even Muslim was discussing

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the introduction to his height?

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The heavies about one innopolis came to the provinces.

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The province of Sivan was praying. The numbers originally stood on one side of him, and then the province moved him to the other side.

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So what's that and he recently

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released it on the left and moved him

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to the right.

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One of the this is heavy it

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was narrated by easy

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narrated by the name of Yeezys. from

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quite a

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while the way that the way is deteriorating, he said that first on the right, and the process and

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so, what he did is he studied how all the students have great narrative narrated and all of them said that even occurs, the person on the left and the process.

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So, therefore, he was able to see that the mistake was from music.

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narration

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is even more awards in

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an English

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book everything is not to confuse anyone.

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He was another way to check the validity of a narrative

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to check this Harry's with

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those

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examples that

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we talked about the beginning of that year.

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When did it begin to hover? We said there's two types of sex and also this.

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One we call the time series.

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These two are crossing.

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What did we mean by

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the cosmic

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sequence of

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the marathon?

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Did you miss that lecture

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that you check to check the person's narration of the same edits over time? Does he always narrate the same way or the narrative in different ways, thereby making some mistakes, sometimes

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you have something you'd like to share with the rest of

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what's another way?

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That is I give the example earlier two lectures ago about Aisha when she had the

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same ad over a year's time. So you take the person over time is still there any of the same way or every time you need making some changes and making some changes?

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What else?

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Okay.

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Between

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oral and written narration.

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I was 11 years old.

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He was there in some heavy

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hauling.

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Excuse me, that's wrong.

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He says he gave the incorrect was 11 years old.

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monitoring.

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If you have their

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book with you, you can check to see the way so he went inside his house in the mosque. And he found his book and he found that it was his memory was at stake. And it was the way it was. So that's one way comparison between oral and recorded. NARRATION

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and there's an example of that from a scholar by the name of the commander of an army who never

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Heidi from our era concerning the love of prayer,

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that during the summer, it should be pretty early in the span

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of Azhar corrected him and said this is from overseas and from mobile data

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took a great deal when he went back home and he from he was from a different town, when he returned to his town, he checked his books. And he found that that was was correct it was promoted. So, he wrote there was around and he said, Please tell everyone that there is a need to

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return and

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he said to be embarrassed and this jr is better to be punished.

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restriction labor is basically

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the comparison

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between what someone narrates, in between the headache that someone there is and

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or

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also stronger.

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compare what the person is narrating with what the Quran says. And what

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stronger authorities and stronger heads

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and perhaps I should

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sometimes as effect affect the metaphor

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as it was well known for correcting the misunderstanding of minions.

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Like once you heard the

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talk about the word was in the grave, he said that the person in the grave is being punished because his family's crying. He saw a Jewish person being very, he said that person is being very is being punished because of their crime.

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Why is your when when she heard that she said

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mercy in

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the provinces and said that they are running over him? What do you think punishment

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wasn't the way I send this to this is something that matter which has

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to be punished because of the crime.

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There's a book by a scholar by the name of the shoe

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and which she

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takes me in the front.

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He wrote the book, compiling those,

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he corrected the other.

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Anyway,

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I will not go into the

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book.

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Now the book,

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the Erasmus

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the trip to Asia,

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the drug

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is going to be you know

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never

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some of the ways that they used to check to make sure that the narrative is public because they find they're making lots of mistakes by these means. Then Yanni

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will make some mistakes as me we reject them completely.

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None of you would have finished your best.

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So what you do is you can have great

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Tableau

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Just like the students like emetic

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people, we're specialists here. And then you find some people who made more and more mistakes, but not gross errors, small mistakes, grow, there's something else

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gross error or something. And you cannot imagine someone who was awkward who never had eaten this way. This is what they call

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big errors that something

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small.

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Besides checking that also, they would make sure that they would not accept narrators for example, who

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were known to sneak during class.

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All your

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they will not even exist your code allows us to

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remove that person from the class.

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Because that person is getting some information as we correct halfway incorrect is going to say that that ship said it.

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So for his own safety, you should remove that person.

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Although they will not

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they will not accept any part of someone is

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if he's good in his narrative from his books,

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from books,

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I have strong

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memory.

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They will also reject the narrator's who would accept or not support the practices?

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Can you have someone

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let's first define

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somebody to say something

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was it what it means in the case of

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psychos knife

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into your head is right there

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without checking his books, without being able to know whether there was any tape.

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So they used to test some people by saying you narrate information such and such. And they know that you did not

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accept this and they

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said no longer.

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They are also not the seminarians who are not

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sure if we're not careful about taking

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the coffee, for example, or narration, when people make copies of books,

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if the chef doesn't check it, to make sure it's correct, this guest sums up.

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And if for example, I give you a heavy book,

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and you just copy it, and I let you go without checking to make sure to copy it.

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Kind of narrator also didn't

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care too much.

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And lots of time.

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We're talking about our DNA.

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Don't try

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to do something like asking another student.

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Well, the important thing is that coffee is checked with us. Maybe it's not important that you visit and so

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coffee has to be checked with

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what's best to ask someone who knows even harder to memorize the Book to check.

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So now we have we have the client who was above any question about love.

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concern

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was

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for someone who doesn't check ganic coffees with the

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original coffee

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and the number six and oh, this is number six. What is the checking someone's health check

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for things that will make them for me.

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Number one is someone who sleep or doesn't pay attention to class or plays with his children also

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Yeah great.

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Yeah. Yeah.

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He loves himself to be drugged in the class

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you should

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the third one is getting big to check copies. So free

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shipping, kids are

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born.

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Again, if you receive a book from it, yes. And he says those are my headings, you should come to my copy and check with us.

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Careful

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also, this means is not vote, because muscle

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damage just making sure even your own ideas or

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any questions about

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his net worth discussing detail.

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Now, we've discussed in detail

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in general, if someone is both either they call him

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or trustworthy.

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But obviously,

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not everyone is at the same level. You cannot say that everyone was able to have some votes at the same level.

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But the important thing for what we're talking about now is everyone has to be

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but there's different degrees

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where there is to be such as everyone has to be

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that important thing it for what we're talking about so far that the person has to be

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what we have different degrees of

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no matter how good he is, in memory and writing and Teddy's are rejected

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no matter how good he is and writing he has a PhD in economics doesn't matter. And he has Eddie's will be rejected and come down here

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no matter how excellent he is in writing and

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it will be rejected.

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Among those people who are added we have a large red

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t keeps people busy with

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so this is

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when you read what the scores did above certainly Raiders, they use specific terms. those terms not all mean the same thing.

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Some terms are much stronger than others.

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So what we have here

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are the different categories of narrators. According to the

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terms rising.

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He has six categories six ranks.

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For now we added one display and even had two heads.

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Looking at this looking at the first category, we're talking about

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the A plus two

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and they use the superlative

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adjective in describing the

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most trustworthy of the people.

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Don't ask about the person.

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No one does no one similar to more I don't know

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how

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to

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do have a second line or the second line also, there's a while missing.

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He also used to be on the second line

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back,

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we'll get to that.

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But those first 10 people whose heads or any there

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there are very few people, some of them people like inequality. So can I get him tonight? Remember medic, this can be

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second category.

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Again, it would suffer if they had a tendency to use daddy more than once.

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Sometimes he was six or seven. But usually it's

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like the second one

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up on

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my

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blog

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authority.

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That is again,

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Chevy would be like the first or second category

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that he was talking about.

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The third category.

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The first two categories, we're talking still at the top level and

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even the third category still, we're at the high level. We haven't lost that much involvement, but they are not as experts in personal

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terms you'll you'll read if you read a book called

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these are the terms that you will find quoting dirty scars. Yeah, you should know what they mean proximately.

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So the first three categories, we're talking about people whose hobbies are such as they will not need any supporting evidence by themselves their

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first weekend.

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Second,

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the second or third category,

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the second category.

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The second get over, but include people that have to learn and use the shift to local party

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score.

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Now we come to the fourth category, look what's happening now.

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We're starting to lose a little bit.

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And in general, the narratives in Hollywood be from the first two categories, the first three categories.

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Now, as I said, there is there

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there either we're not we're not when we move down, we're not talking about changes in the middle.

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They're all the same as

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someone who was known to the auditors would make as many mistakes as preferred to someone who is known to be large and never makes mistakes.

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He doesn't make mistakes.

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And as you see in the terms that they use,

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they use terms which are not like their new terms like

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there's no problem with him. Nothing wrong with him.

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And he looks

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very strongly fish the narrator's in the fourth category

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they make

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any sport category we have

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from

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the bottom of

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the table.

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And you will find areas like that in the collection, for example, but what they would say, what's above.

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So

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as I said before,

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the first three categories are all just one category. And now we add another category.

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Another one

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all think of something like

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sometimes they disappear.

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The next category notice,

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again, the level of bullets falling to war.

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What does this term mean here?

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Which means a

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man.

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But

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for the most part, for the most part, his aides are similar to

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me better he's

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not you

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know, he makes mistakes.

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But

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notice that he knows these terms

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give the impression that he is the is okay with respect to

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this person. The people in this category we recorded but they are not accepted by the

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fifth category.

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Do they have copies?

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The fifth category, they're heavy, they're not by themselves.

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They are they've got what you might find a headache.

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And you record the headache and you look for corroborating evidence you look for other people who support them, since we don't have any question about their ads, and we know that they're not fabricated, but they're making mistakes. So we record the ad, we find other people supporting them narrating it the same way. Then we took the heavy look by themselves we do not.

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In other words, they

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can either weak by themselves

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and can be

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one of those There is a saying that you'll find areas from this category in

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the next category.

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You make gross errors. Remember gross errors are different problems because those errors is smaller.

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Ready

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to tell you where we can write whatever you want.

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Near the end of his life guide, he begins to change and go down

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to surescripts.

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Which ones to say?

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Which one?

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You wouldn't say the one.

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Those by the way that hasn't had it or

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does not mean that it's okay. For us. Noticed that hasn't been easy. We'll find him in the fifth category.

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And he notices are good but they're not good enough.

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We have to be familiar with these terms. Otherwise when you read them, you'll come to the wrong conclusion.

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started to lose

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money I'm saying that if you say about African Afro

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is born in Aikido for

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a ride, studied with

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Dieckmann

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Mohammed Ahmad is a daughter that he

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hasn't had, he

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

hasn't had the in this case and the description of the person does not mean that it either has

00:37:42--> 00:37:43

or good but not

00:37:47--> 00:37:47

all

00:37:53--> 00:37:53

of

00:37:59--> 00:38:04

you will use these terms for the people in the fourth category, you've used these terms to know

00:38:19--> 00:38:19

which one is better

00:38:23--> 00:38:25

other people's apartments

00:38:29--> 00:38:30

for the fourth

00:38:31--> 00:38:32

for this category.

00:38:33--> 00:38:36

The sixth category is again a little bit less.

00:38:39--> 00:38:40

And it shows that they have

00:38:42--> 00:38:43

some question about

00:38:44--> 00:38:46

I hope, I hope there's nothing wrong with

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

these people also you record them

00:38:54--> 00:39:07

they cannot be used for example as supporting evidence for the people from the tip category. They will not be used as supporting them. But if you find many people of that category, many narrating the same thing. And you might

00:39:09--> 00:39:09

visit heavy

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

if you find losses

00:39:14--> 00:39:16

from them, otherwise they're heavy. They

00:39:20--> 00:39:21

are bringing some examples then

00:39:23--> 00:39:24

we discussed some actual

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

recording.

00:39:35--> 00:39:37

Not to be recorded

00:39:52--> 00:39:54

should be up and there's another one that should be

00:39:55--> 00:39:57

way. way That's correct.

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

Once in the end the fourth category, it shouldn't be that vd.

00:40:08--> 00:40:11

soldiers in charge of crypto before me in putting all the above points.

00:40:16--> 00:40:19

The first one says that the hoard should be level.

00:40:29--> 00:40:30

But we will discuss it

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

must be.

00:40:37--> 00:40:37

Yeah.

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

Valley or you're finding a budding Muslim in general, there are narrated from people of the first weekend

00:40:56--> 00:40:57

before

00:41:09--> 00:41:14

he discusses what everyone says about them, and then he comes to his own use of the same term.

00:41:27--> 00:41:28

Have any questions about

00:41:29--> 00:41:38

this is when you read almost any book on headings, or any book relate to any collection of hobbies? Most likely, you're going to come across these terms.

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

When they talk about any narrative,

00:41:43--> 00:41:53

and other books, or books or books of different dimension, the narrator and then they'll use these terms. So you should realize that they are different levels. And what's the one thing

00:42:18--> 00:42:19

is the only one who married is

00:42:20--> 00:42:21

rejected.

00:42:26--> 00:42:27

Although you should realize that this some

00:42:29--> 00:42:44

some callers had their own specific terminology, we don't have time to go into everyone's terminology. But sometimes they would say some things one time and say the opposite another time. There was no contradiction between.

00:42:46--> 00:42:47

For example,

00:42:51--> 00:42:55

sometimes if if someone says about the narrator's it is,

00:42:58--> 00:43:01

it does not necessarily mean that his hobbies are acceptable.

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

Or they might be the best to be

00:43:08--> 00:43:09

or less happy, but

00:43:12--> 00:43:20

and this doesn't necessarily mean also that Teddy's rejected or sometimes you have to think you have a look at the way the question was asked.

00:43:22--> 00:43:30

Do you have to look into more detail and see how the question was asked? Because what they used to say, for example, if I asked you

00:43:31--> 00:43:33

have agreements, the chef or chef

00:43:35--> 00:43:38

asked me what do you think about knife? And whenever?

00:43:40--> 00:43:41

And he says that Vanessa is

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

what do you mean by that is relative to knife?

00:43:51--> 00:43:56

So you have to look closely to see how the question was asked how in what context? He says

00:44:07--> 00:44:08

take a break now Any questions?

00:44:16--> 00:44:17

Nobody

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

knows that.

00:44:25--> 00:44:29

Yeah, yeah, of course. Yes. based on information that people from that person time

00:44:31--> 00:44:31

recorded.

00:44:43--> 00:44:48

Yeah, you could, you could but now things are a little bit different because the way things are recorded.

00:44:51--> 00:44:59

It's very easy nowadays. Because you have everything recorded and with you. And you can check in and make corrections and all the books are published or

00:45:00--> 00:45:05

Muscle forming their own homes, and many of them are molested. So things are a little bit different.

00:45:07--> 00:45:09

But of course, you still have to check to make sure that

00:45:15--> 00:45:16

the puppy

00:45:19--> 00:45:21

is it missing either one

00:45:26--> 00:45:29

proficiency that he is gravely missing

00:45:37--> 00:45:40

when they're starting to proficiency and he has to be very weak,

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

very weak, but he has to be weak for us to reject anything.

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

Because remember, we said with a second of all the

00:45:51--> 00:45:55

upper level and then we came down there. This is like a sixth category that I've talked about.

00:45:57--> 00:45:59

Pretty much between accepting and rejecting

00:46:00--> 00:46:04

someone that has even that anyone down here is heavy.

00:46:06--> 00:46:09

With a lot of people make lots of mistakes, we cannot trust with this thing.

00:46:11--> 00:46:13

But if anyone has any

00:46:15--> 00:46:19

blemish over here, any defects with respect to Harry's origin?

00:46:25--> 00:46:26

anyway?

00:46:29--> 00:46:41

So someone is known to be a for example, very honest, or and he has a very weak memory, he will still be preferable to someone who is known to have a good memory but not

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

because in the first case, we are sure that he is not fabricating or making things. On the second case, we're not sure.

00:46:57--> 00:47:05

A judge he was asked about what kind of people will give a general description of what kind of people we don't mistake it from and then we'll describe in detail.

00:47:07--> 00:47:11

judges said what kind of people we should not accept heavies from he described forth as

00:47:13--> 00:47:20

the one who narrates rejected he was the one who narrates it that the scores are agreed upon or not correct.

00:47:24--> 00:47:24

The liar

00:47:28--> 00:47:29

The one who makes many errors,

00:47:35--> 00:47:41

and the one who insists on following mistakes, even though has been shown that the honesty

00:47:47--> 00:47:59

last category all those people who are not willing to admit their mistakes, they make a mistake, and is shown to them that this is a mistake. And I mean, so clearly what the narrative is,

00:48:00--> 00:48:03

yes, you reject he refuses to correct

00:48:05--> 00:48:07

that kind of person we don't accept

00:48:11--> 00:48:18

it, because you will be saying things and whether you like it or not, he will never admit that he was

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

describing people who will not

00:48:38--> 00:48:39

question right.

00:48:41--> 00:48:44

The third one will make many errors

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

anymore.

00:48:56--> 00:48:58

The one who never rejected

00:49:03--> 00:49:11

this categories includes, for example, people who had ease the scores and integrate scores of hate have never heard of

00:49:14--> 00:49:15

that

00:49:22--> 00:49:25

is also good people are suspected of lying.

00:49:31--> 00:49:33

saying that these are included

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

to hold

00:49:51--> 00:49:53

the role because the head is the

00:49:54--> 00:50:00

narrative in which all the scholars agree that these headings are wrong. In other words, Danny, we know this

00:50:00--> 00:50:02

These are not correct and he's very mean that is

00:50:04--> 00:50:08

because the the people that he got he claimed to get the tape from them apparently the guy we just

00:50:11--> 00:50:13

saw but yeah, remember we thought that

00:50:20--> 00:50:24

nagarik, for example describes what kind of people love to take honey from

00:50:40--> 00:50:42

my medic describe for testing,

00:50:43--> 00:50:47

what is the competence? Sophie,

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

the journey has led even if the people there is headed.

00:50:56--> 00:51:03

Number two a person who lies while talking. And he was speaking in general, although he's never been accused of lying.

00:51:05--> 00:51:07

Even if he's never been accused of

00:51:10--> 00:51:12

a person who follows his own

00:51:13--> 00:51:17

desires are what imposed other people to his

00:51:18--> 00:51:20

what we call the melody

00:51:25--> 00:51:26

without

00:51:27--> 00:51:28

calling other people.

00:51:29--> 00:51:31

And a person who is Johnny

00:51:33--> 00:51:34

very devoted,

00:51:36--> 00:51:37

worships a lot.

00:51:38--> 00:51:42

Yet he has no idea about the sons of God, he is not

00:51:46--> 00:51:47

qualified.

00:51:48--> 00:51:53

He may pray all night long. But when you hear something and repeated Danny repeats

00:52:08--> 00:52:13

what we'll discuss we'll discuss the seven categories some of them will not discuss now.

00:52:16--> 00:52:16

Even though

00:52:25--> 00:52:32

even if someone fast every day and preys on it doesn't matter. And if he doesn't, if he doesn't know how to pass on any properties.

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

The categories we'll discuss here

00:52:42--> 00:52:44

are people have been at number one.

00:52:48--> 00:52:50

The people who are reviled or abused the

00:52:55--> 00:52:56

people who are unknown.

00:53:01--> 00:53:10

In general, people who are going to reject makes it today for these people. These are the categories that discuss they're pretty much the category in general.

00:53:12--> 00:53:14

Number three people who are unknown

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

not as powerful

00:53:32--> 00:53:34

as it was now

00:53:37--> 00:53:38

number four are people who are liars.

00:53:41--> 00:53:43

Number five or

00:53:44--> 00:53:45

number four lottery

00:53:55--> 00:53:57

number five are people who have committed to believe

00:53:59--> 00:54:01

those worshippers who

00:54:06--> 00:54:07

people tell stories

00:54:14--> 00:54:15

with some kind of deception

00:54:18--> 00:54:22

number six are people are careless or make lots of mistakes.

00:54:24--> 00:54:29

And number seven, those people who make mistakes together and last in mind,

00:54:40--> 00:54:42

put them in the same category because I'm not going to.

00:54:47--> 00:54:52

I'm just mentioning them first. Like an introduction. Welcome, you have an introduction that

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

doesn't give you time here.

00:54:58--> 00:54:59

So first of all has been up

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

Okay,

00:55:05--> 00:55:06

let's just set this in general.

00:55:12--> 00:55:15

Is there any reason to reject

00:55:16--> 00:55:17

the heading?

00:55:28--> 00:55:29

a fabricator?

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

Okay.

00:55:46--> 00:55:49

One thing we have to be careful about people do that is that

00:55:51--> 00:55:55

they might hear something. By the way, I've done this with Christians as

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

you read through them a specific verse in the Bible, one that they use all the time

00:56:01--> 00:56:02

using the Son of God.

00:56:04--> 00:56:12

And you ask them to repeat the verse exactly as they heard it, they'll always repeat it wrong, because they'll always add an extra word. Flying diseases is the only thing

00:56:15--> 00:56:20

that has a bleed no matter how you read them. When you ask them to repeat it, they're gonna repeat it wrong.

00:56:24--> 00:56:25

People are built out the same way.

00:56:26--> 00:56:31

They have their belief when they hear that any immediate effect in their mind.

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

Their mind.

00:56:37--> 00:56:51

There was a study done in the United States, about 15 years ago, they should have done it as a group of white people in the room. But for white people, it showed a film of a monkey want to hear from New York

00:56:59--> 00:57:00

where you're walking down the street.

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

So they show a picture of money.

00:57:08--> 00:57:11

In the picture, there's a black guy walking down the street and a white guy comes with a knife.

00:57:17--> 00:57:20

They asked them who they ask the people in the brown 40 white people so

00:57:22--> 00:57:23

almost all instances.

00:57:25--> 00:57:34

Mind they have already no matter what they do. in their mind, they already have something. So when it comes with this to the people that

00:57:35--> 00:57:38

we especially have to be careful when they never had this support.

00:57:42--> 00:57:45

What this means also, of course, we have to understand what's

00:57:50--> 00:57:51

enough to know the different groups

00:57:54--> 00:57:57

to see anyone in the LDR

00:58:03--> 00:58:06

Okay, what about calories, which has nothing to do with that?

00:58:09--> 00:58:11

Is there any reason to reject

00:58:19--> 00:58:19

that?

00:58:51--> 00:58:51

We

00:58:53--> 00:58:54

ready?

00:58:56--> 00:59:04

Were saying don't exist, because we cannot be sure that he is everything. In other words, loving him

00:59:08--> 00:59:11

because he has some very

00:59:14--> 00:59:15

40 white people in the class

00:59:16--> 00:59:22

or the black eye has shown the football game the scores 3017 Yes. And what was the score they came

00:59:29--> 00:59:30

up with?

00:59:45--> 00:59:49

We have to divide the people of different categories.

01:00:03--> 01:00:04

To believe this it is

01:00:18--> 01:00:20

the first obstacle for us says

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

you'd like someone who was

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

better than me

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

between this Before we go further into two categories

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

one

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

and the other one was not calling

01:01:20--> 01:01:21

within this category.

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

Now, the first category

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

we said

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

some time ago that we cannot get away from Canada.

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

good reasons why we have to mention them again. What does that imply for this?

01:01:51--> 01:01:52

Okay, no way no way

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

to reject the hate of narrators who follow up without it.

01:02:19--> 01:02:20

There's no

01:02:31--> 01:02:32

also the students of

01:02:36--> 01:02:37

the students.

01:02:39--> 01:02:42

He said and this is perhaps the best

01:02:43--> 01:02:46

difference between Cooper and cat

01:02:47--> 01:02:51

and if someone could be doing something which is cool, but he doesn't realize he doesn't know that it's wrong.

01:02:53--> 01:03:09

So he says that if someone's denied, one of the pieces are denied something which is known through what they call em Marathi and it's something that no Muslim could deny. For example, this is the the Quran is the book of Allah

01:03:10--> 01:03:11

the Prophet Muhammad is the founder of

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

the

01:03:14--> 01:03:16

five senses a prayers

01:03:18--> 01:03:21

if someone denies these things at all it's handy to do

01:03:22--> 01:03:22

that

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

because

01:03:32--> 01:03:34

every and even small kids and

01:03:42--> 01:03:45

so he says those people who are rejected complete

01:03:46--> 01:03:52

those people who are less than that to me there was actually a corporate fatality must be based on some

01:03:54--> 01:03:57

clear, not obvious to everyone is that that's a separate

01:03:59--> 01:04:00

category.

01:04:14--> 01:04:15

lecture

01:04:17--> 01:04:22

will know about this category. Why do they English now between that

01:04:24--> 01:04:25

between those people who call us and

01:04:28--> 01:04:30

why did they make the most

01:04:32--> 01:04:32

try to make

01:04:37--> 01:04:41

those who are calling forth they're trying to make the put their bid as a good way

01:04:44--> 01:04:45

that might include

01:04:47--> 01:04:48

scripture twisting,

01:04:49--> 01:04:50

changing heads.

01:04:53--> 01:04:54

So in general,

01:04:58--> 01:05:00

these people we have

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

Be very careful about

01:05:10--> 01:05:11

what about the one who doesn't go?

01:05:16--> 01:05:29

To be? Okay, again, it is more acceptable because then we have no evidence that you might change things. In order to support this today. We've got someone who's actually actually trying to bring someone to do that. And

01:05:33--> 01:05:34

I'll get to what I mean by that

01:05:37--> 01:05:38

possibility that

01:05:44--> 01:05:47

has been exposed.

01:05:56--> 01:05:58

Phil, we don't see any except

01:05:59--> 01:06:03

two new results except in haze which support this

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

because of that,

01:06:06--> 01:06:09

you may have heard it from other people. And he just says

01:06:10--> 01:06:13

that he should mention who inherited from and we know those people.

01:06:15--> 01:06:20

But the question is, when we talk about narrating, the question is question of either mobile

01:06:26--> 01:06:29

with respect to these people who are not calling to their beloved.

01:06:31--> 01:06:32

We have no

01:06:35--> 01:06:37

a priori, a priori

01:06:40--> 01:06:44

we have no reason to believe from the beginning this is not

01:06:46--> 01:06:46

this.

01:06:48--> 01:06:51

So we may accept this head even though it's from as

01:06:53--> 01:06:55

long as they are not supporting

01:07:07--> 01:07:08

lot of

01:07:13--> 01:07:15

different questions, we'll get to that when we talk about

01:07:19--> 01:07:20

this category.

01:07:21--> 01:07:26

We have a question about any we cannot be disturbed about this being

01:07:27--> 01:07:32

so in this category, we rejected pennies unless we prove that the person

01:07:36--> 01:07:37

was caught.

01:07:45--> 01:07:47

What we mean by that is this is something

01:07:48--> 01:07:50

that we call the bid out we call this

01:07:52--> 01:07:54

but doesn't mean that the person has capital

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

before

01:08:11--> 01:08:14

any war entered the supporters of and

01:08:15--> 01:08:17

very strongly against the supporters

01:08:29--> 01:08:33

Well, there's some good out which is hard to say what it is

01:08:38--> 01:08:40

they were very carefully seeing what

01:08:43--> 01:08:43

I mean.

01:08:48--> 01:08:53

So, in general, in general, even with the people have been asked the question boils down to this

01:08:56--> 01:09:04

unless we know the depth group a bit that makes it permissible to fabricate at ease and support that there

01:09:06--> 01:09:09

was a group like

01:09:10--> 01:09:20

many of them they used to when they estimate they be told up says we used to get together and fabricate and even then this was our team we would distribute it to the people

01:09:22--> 01:09:26

that you would take it from anyone except that possibly it was

01:09:28--> 01:09:32

okay to fabricate it. And so, if we know that that

01:09:34--> 01:09:37

permits the fabrication of heads that we reject all the nerves.

01:09:40--> 01:09:42

In general, the question is a question of approval.

01:09:44--> 01:09:49

So just because the person is from without does not necessarily mean that attendees will be rigid.

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

It can be required.

01:09:56--> 01:09:59

It can be recorded, it can even be accepted.

01:10:03--> 01:10:06

You know, some of them and some of those people

01:10:07--> 01:10:18

are and by themselves, especially their generation from this domain, there was many people from the group that they're called Shia at the time. We talked about the difference between Shia

01:10:21--> 01:10:24

he's from the Shall we have more?

01:10:25--> 01:10:30

That's more than that and they believe that it was

01:10:31--> 01:10:32

the best

01:10:36--> 01:10:36

because

01:10:39--> 01:10:41

they agree having a

01:10:42--> 01:10:43

buddy of mine that is

01:10:45--> 01:10:47

that's why they chose him in that order.

01:10:49--> 01:10:53

Okay, so this is Annie

01:10:55--> 01:10:59

was the those people know that there are many of them were great scholars.

01:11:02--> 01:11:04

And we cannot reject it just because

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

yeah.

01:11:17--> 01:11:18

Even hearing it

01:11:20--> 01:11:22

if you just ask him, you know, was there audio of

01:11:25--> 01:11:27

Harry Potter World known in favor of

01:11:28--> 01:11:29

the blackface of

01:11:52--> 01:11:54

proving the status of

01:11:59--> 01:12:00

the facility that they're seeing?

01:12:06--> 01:12:13

What I'm saying is that they are not necessarily bringing this we don't know to support them to that. We know that it

01:12:14--> 01:12:19

was they are maybe giving it more emphasis or interpreting it a little bit differently than everyone else.

01:12:25--> 01:12:30

Because it says a well known from the hover they agree that the best one and

01:12:33--> 01:12:34

even

01:12:35--> 01:12:36

he says the same thing.

01:12:38--> 01:12:40

He said to me the best

01:12:46--> 01:12:48

he said yeah, he always said that the

01:12:49--> 01:12:50

game was overlooked in the process of

01:12:51--> 01:12:52

looking around

01:12:54--> 01:12:56

this way

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

up to

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

the history of

01:13:06--> 01:13:08

what I was about

01:13:11--> 01:13:12

to order

01:13:25--> 01:13:26

I should not be

01:13:37--> 01:13:37

outside.

01:13:46--> 01:13:47

You can find the

01:13:48--> 01:13:50

reports from talking about

01:13:52--> 01:13:53

Dustin Hoffman,

01:13:54--> 01:13:55

he was one of

01:13:59--> 01:14:00

the better.

01:14:17--> 01:14:17

The question

01:14:19--> 01:14:19

even when,

01:14:22--> 01:14:24

even when people have been asked a question

01:14:26--> 01:14:29

well, this is why for example if he goes to his body

01:14:36--> 01:14:39

Okay, if you go to say Buhari and say a Muslim,

01:14:40--> 01:14:43

and you take the narrator's from side bodies and Muslim

01:14:44--> 01:14:48

you will find 16 from the Moto G.

01:14:49--> 01:14:59

Seven from the last 26 from the sciac 29 from the positive ear, one from the gentlemen to from the heart Harare has

01:15:01--> 01:15:04

One from the Olivia auroria is a group of the

01:15:11--> 01:15:12

people I described.

01:15:31--> 01:15:32

I think it's an atmospheric book I think

01:15:36--> 01:15:46

you'll find quickly 16 from Murcia seven from philosophy 26 from the continent of Africa, one from Jamia two from the haria. The lock of here

01:15:49--> 01:15:52

is also say the Quran was neither created nor it wasn't

01:15:55--> 01:15:55

that.

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So any questions about that?

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Is there any

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any questions about

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second category

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that I mentioned are those people who can eat

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the things that improper things about this abuse or violence

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among these people, we can divide them into three categories. The

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first category

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is those people who abuse them in such a way that they call most of them could call

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professedly.

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Any, for example,

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in their book of highest good, so

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they say that, after the death of the Prophet says, All of this harbor war apostates once again, except Mecca dad was the man who was

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mentioned these three.

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Yeah, it is not included. Fatima is not included, hasn't represented not.

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Sometimes, you have to think even if you're

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included among this group, and even

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people like me, who wrote in his book on Islamic governments, the accused of fabricating any any accused similar than

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this one.

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But number two,

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are those people Yanni who cursed the Sahaba?

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Swear them

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among the Annie, Mr. W about these people, some say this is Yannick Cooper reserved

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in some states is not

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those

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for

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those who say it's not reserved, they say this person should be solved and imprisoned until he dies.

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We're dividing we're dividing the good the first group and for sure we have to reject it because they're doing something which goes against something well known from the Quran, which is all this other miracle gathers that

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something well attempts,

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second group it could be something like this.

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For

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two things, one opinion says

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that the person should be present and

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get the third category

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as the people who say something about

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like the type of pencil, but not like

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thing he was just a hobby was

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54 he was a coward.

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This is also

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small

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you

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gonna

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save color

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but it's not as great as the second case.

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And it mostly this discussion is about one group that

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they're the ones until now and I need to go to Iran is to make soap

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and for this reason me there should be

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giving an example

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any question he

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gets forgotten

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the third group so people

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like

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to call him

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he should be he should be asked to be repentant to repent

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from the third category.

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So, any questions about downstem

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Okay,

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then we'll stop there. We will begin next time