Principles Of Hadeeth Part 2

Jamal Zarabozo


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The speakers discuss the importance of finding authentic headaches and avoiding sugar. They stress the need for proper handling and finding them as authentic to avoid mistakes. They also discuss the use of headings in media and the importance of including authentic hadith in collections. They stress the need to determine which headings are authentic and which ones are not and recommend a specific book.

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Try to be close to one another. It was more of a specific type of case. Where if you look at the narration of the head, if everything looks authentic, everything looks fine.

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But if you stay true to detail, you will find that there's been a mistake made in the narration of the headache. The recall that needs to be rejected.

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For example,

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there was a statement of abdominal muscles.

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Basically, the abdominal muscles said that whatever the Muslim scene has proved that Allah views it as good, and whatever the Muslims see as evil than a lot of us it's as easy.

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So we have this narration from Abdullah bin mustard.

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And we can trace it back to our beloved Massoud authentically.

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What can happen sometimes, and what's happened in this particular narration?

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Is this one of the neighbors who passed on this narration from a village in Missouri, he made a mistake.

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And did when he never, he did not stop it.

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Maybe by superpower, you know, just automatically instead of just saying I'm delivering food, and I've delivered, or maybe the way that some people were to call him,

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he said

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so he did not stop at all.

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But he said on the authority of the Formosa.

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So now this has gone from us

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to a heritage processor.

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And if you look at the chain with this idea of this narration, everything is fine.

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what the school is getting together all of the nurses that they could find for particular

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and they will judge that to the soundness of that Hadith based on all these narrations.

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So when they studied that particular narration, they found again that there's a mistake, there's defects even though everything looks fine. There was a mistake in the narration that it should be a statement of Abdullah and Massoud and not the statement of the chromaticism.

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So as a heading to promiseland this heading is considered manual or defective, but as a statement of abdomen Masood, it is a correct and sound statements of ability.

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And this these last two concepts have no hidden defects or should or going against longer 30 this is more strict to the chain. And as well with respect to the text of

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some people and particularly the orientalist the moustache are clean, as well as some Muslims who have been influenced

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by them

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they claim that the scrolls have had a symptom

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at the chain of the end of the chain of the spine,

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no matter what the meaning of it

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and this is not true.

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Because this concept of vanilla This is both with respect to the chain of the haircut as well as the text of the heading they will also study the text

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to make sure that this text did not contribute anything stronger than it

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and is stronger deeper in the Quran. So they will also study the text of the headache to make sure that there was no defect in the text of the edited so so in order for this to be graded as the student has text me

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and it did not just look at this now but they studied both the text and the listener before they would categorize it as an authentic hadith from Hamas awesome.

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So if I

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make these five conditions

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then it is really as an authentic heavy headed so here's

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the How do you for example, that one finds in Korean Muslim is a hurry through this nature. How do you meet these conditions to the scores have laid down for authenticating?

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Now, as we said, or as known, I guess they didn't actually say

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as is known, as is well known in Chicago and

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there are only two types of headaches that are considered acceptable, that one must believe in and one must act upon.

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The one hand it is called site that we just discussed. And the other kind of heading which is also an authority in Islamic law or what is known as hiding

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The difference between a headache which is the head, and headache, which is huson.

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And here I'm talking about what they call a saheeli, that he hasn't needed at any sohei by itself and hasn't met. So

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the difference between them, if you look at those five conditions,

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there are obviously some of those conditions that you cannot compromise on.

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Like, for example, if the chain is broken, if there's someone missing from the chain,

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and you cannot accept this heading,

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because if someone is missing from the chain, you have no idea what is the quality of that narrative is missing from the chain,

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you cannot just automatically assume is good or is bad.

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So someone missing from the chain or the team being broken, this is something that is once again, and you cannot compromise on the issue.

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If someone if someone is not bad, if he's not righteous,

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also, this is an area in which the scholars will not compromise.

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Because this is the major errors will prevent the person from intentionally

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forging heading through intentionally saying something which is not correct from the farmhouse. So

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if somebody said if something contradicts stronger third loss, we cannot accept that, because you have proof to show that this is not the correct nourish. And again, this is the kind of defect and

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this is also unacceptable.

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So the only condition of that condition that can be

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dealt with, so to speak,

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is the condition of proficiency.

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And that was because people are different levels of proficiency.

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make any mistakes, you know, just like in there, if you're going to school, going to university.

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And in general University and a class, we don't just pass the top students the top 5% and then flunk everybody else, right?

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Those of you have degrees, you know that.

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Because if someone makes some mistakes, it doesn't mean that we're going to reject all of his head if necessary.

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So, it is a person who is at the highest level of proficiency, then his head, it would be considered the head scholars like Emma Malik azhari Chevy,

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these are no rules of edits at the highest level of proficiency. And so, the edits and we call them so here

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are those people

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not make some mistakes, we know that they made some mistakes and they make more mistakes than the people at the highest level.

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So, we still accept

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we accept that we do not give the highest rate we do not but we call them

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and we protect ourselves from the mistakes by the last two conditions have there been no sugar No.

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And in other words we studied

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and as long as we never did or not contradicted by other authorities, as long as

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we cannot find any defect or mistake and what they never did.

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Then we had it and we call it the level of hazard. So realize that they make mistakes, but we have taken the steps to make sure that the heritage we accept from them are not those in which they make mistakes.

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At the same time, we do not give those at the same reading that we give the top level of of scholars and instead of calling those Hadassah Hey, we call them peasant.

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But as I as I mentioned, any beer narrations or the such heddy are also accepted and are accepted in Sharia as authorities.

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So, as I said, the conditions for Hollywood to be so high There are five conditions quickly again, the chain must be

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connected and broken, and it must be possible.

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Every narrator must be able.

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Every narrator must be bothered.

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And every Narrator In other words must be

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a person of integrity and every narrator must be proficient.

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But only if someone is either.

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In fulfills those two conditions

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are trustworthy, acceptable and it just will pick up

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and the first condition is there can be no sugar.

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cannot contradict any stronger authorities. And the last condition is there can be no Allah or hidden defects, hidden damaging defects. Again, it's a headache, nice those conditions are disclosed

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meet those conditions except the level of proficiency of the narrator is a little bit less than that would be considered.

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I think at this point,

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this is a good time, perhaps to to stop and we reviewed a little bit about how Allah subhanho wa Taala preserved the sooner the pronounced assylum. And then we got into what is the definition of Zaha Hadid? what we mean when we say that having to say here, as well as what we mean when we say that the Hadith is hasn't and I think given our time constraints here, and inshallah we will have to suffice with that.

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we start something for some refreshments? Because we're not prepared, you're still gonna say 10 or so minutes. And he's 10 minutes shall take some questions relating to this topic. So, if anybody has any questions from the floor,

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please do ask or if there was any questions, especially assistance to or any questions, then please do send them time.

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he shares the time

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and one of these are already

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why there are so let

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basically repeat the question the brother is asking, why, for example, do we not find that many Hadith narrated on the third of Omaha top as we do, for example, from other?

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What we find

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is this we have a number of how do you throw the largest number? How do you coming from some of the younger Sahaba. or to be more specific, coming from busaba, who lived the longest time after the processing. So for example, the worker and the worker died just two years after the death of Mr. Sutton. During that time, he was engaged in many activities that took up most of his time

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with regard to the Philippine, the fighting, broker, and so forth, and furthermore, most of the people who are with him at that time were also other Sahaba homosassa. So even if he quoted a hadith to them, they already heard it from the from assylum in general. So they're going to narrow that later. They don't have to narrow it from welcome because they heard it from the process. And

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so he died.

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Shortly after the problem of settling again, on a hot tub, the same kind of thing occurred. And he that he lives, of course, more years than the worker. But the same kind of thing occurred, he was involved in many things that that he was not involved in the teaching of headaches, like some of the other Sahaba were involved in teaching it. And furthermore, still the majority of people around him at that time, were complaining to the from our system, were people who went out, for example, those people that such as Abdullah bin Massoud that the Omaha top sent to Cooper to teach or sent to different areas to teach. Those are the ones that we have most Hadith narrated from their 40 because

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that was the job to go out and to teach the people the new people who just embrace this lambos who are not so Hallo companions in the process alum who have not witnessed the process of them, they have to teach these people that is the process and so that is why and it was like their job to pass on this this hadith and that is why we find much more Hadees narrated, for example from Abdullah bin Massoud. Then we find from almost a pub. And the longer a person knew like a burrito or even a bus or under Sidney Malick, the more it would happen over time also when new people embraced Islam. If they were having for example from someone in Basra, one of the terrain or someone in Kumasi For

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example, one of the people is telling them that a bus or even a bus narrated somebody from the postal system. Take the time to go to Metro bus directly and hear the Eddie directly from from m&m bus. So there's

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Sahaba who lived longer and do Sahaba whose job was to teach the people about the deen those are the ones that we have the majority of Hadith from that is why we find many more Hadith from urban Masood, or we find from Hoboken or on the Potomac River.

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Question here says some people say we shouldn't accept any related Bible grader because he did something wrong.

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Could you clarify this?

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As we talked about yesterday, the sermon of the farmhouse assylum. And if you divorce the son of Mr Salim from Islam, and leave the door open to different people to interpret it in any way that they wish, you are, in essence, you will destroy Islam, you will leave Islam, void of most of its actions, most of its deeds that we can't they come from some of the promises. And this fact and this aspect was well known. It's well known among the mustard mustard clean today the orientalist today that we mentioned, and it was more well known also among the people who are known as zoonotic, or those people who, when Islam started to spread. When Islam started to spread, they saw that they

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could not fight Islam from outside of Islam. So they entered into Islam, they begin to fight Islam from inside Islam, and started to spread, fabricated Hadith started to spread stories about

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the broken arm and so forth. And one of the people that they attacked the most, even from those early generations was himself because they realize how much of the sum that was preserved and passed on by.

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So they'll begin to spread things about

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numerous things about them, but if you study them, and if you trace them historically and authentically or try to offend, authenticate them, you will find that these stores for the most part, or I should say these stores that they say about them are not true.

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And the kind of claims that they do try to make them a raider which are based on authentic sources. They are usually misinterpretations and distortions of what those authentic sources say.

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This question says when is the highest considered a weak heading? Why do you default conditions for it to be so high and to be hasn't basically,

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to meet any of those conditions, it will be classified as a weak headed.

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So the chain is broken.

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It's one of the narratives and not either or one of the narratives or the some shoe that will be considered a weak heading.

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Now there is a kind of weak heading

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that is rose to the level of Hudson.

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This is where again, you three goes by conditions again, and you take the condition of proficiency.

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Sometimes you will find a narrator who is honest, we have no reason to doubt his honesty. But

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again, not a scorer in the sense that he's not passing on properly, he makes more mistakes in his narration of Howdy.

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So this person by himself has had it would be considered weak. But again, we have no doubt about his honesty is not as honesty or his integrity that we fear. It's just the fact that he's not good, academically speaking, or I guess you could call it academically speaking is not good and passing on it. So we reject this hadith because of that, however, if his narration is supported by others, who are also people who we trust, and we trust their religiousness or their integrity, but we also have some doubts about the correctness of the narrations.

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And if these narratives are not grossly mistaken in their narrations, and if they are not people who make those mistakes, but they make enough mistakes that we will not accept the athlete on their own. It means to support one another, in the sense that we have different narrations from them that remove the doubt or the question of there being a mistake in the narration, then we will accept those headings which by themselves are weak, but when supported by one another, they are raised to the level of husband or co husband, Lady or husband and not on their own merit, but hasn't due to external support.

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Question says if there are headings giving different opinions on a certain topic, what should we follow? For example, if one had he says one thing and another heading to something else?

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Well, the first thing you have to determine is which of these headings are authentic.

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And if one of these headings is authentic, and the other one is not authentic, then you follow that authentically.

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If that's the that's the problem with the headings, then that becomes very, very simple.

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If both of them are authentic, and they seem to contradict each other, they will have to study to determine whether or not there is real contradiction between them or they're not perhaps they are discussing two different things.

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to different aspects, while it looks to you they are discussing the same as,

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or the question again could be a contribution, which is not really contradictory. Like, for example,

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it is known that the event

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or the farmer, or some aspects of the present is known that the POS system did more than one thing, like the opening, john, he did more than one thing, or these were done in more than one way during the time the problem has arisen. So, all the nurses all they look contradictory, they're not contradictory, they simply mean that these things can be done in more than one way. If there is a true contradiction between the two,

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then some of the scores, then we'll look to see which of the headache is really stronger than the other and to see if perhaps there is some weakness in one of these. And if we cannot do that, then they will look to see if one of the head is abrogates the other. But in general, the most common case that you will find between Heidi they contradict each other is the case where one Hadith is authentic, and the other one is not. And then you simply follow, of course, the Hadith, which is often

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the question here, the first question

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is reporting, for example, two narratives like Emma Malik and their level of proficiency.

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And then the question is, if that is the case about search narrators and why they include weak Hades, in their in their books of Harry's, like a mortar and Muslim that remember?

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No words basically, why are these trustworthy, inauthentic narrators whose heads we accept? Why are they putting weak heads in their collections of headings?

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With respect to

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Muslim admits, with respect to Mr. Malik with respect to Sunni and epidote? And others? The answer is very clear. The answer is that it was not their intention only and only to include authentic hadith in their collections.

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And that was not their intention.

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For example,

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The intention was to include the headings that were acted upon by the football, whether they were authentic or not. So many times they would point out defects in the headings after recording the headings in their own book, and they knew that this head is weak. And they pointed out the weakness or the defect in that city, Muslim allama Muhammad. Also,

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it was not his intention to include the record only authentic hadith what was the intention basically to record any a mass collection of Hadith that included Hadith which were not very weak or fabricated. So in other words, he would include weak editing in that collection. And one of the benefits. And one of the important reasons why we have to have collections that include the weak heading to the weak narrations is that this person may notice howdy through this chain and it is weak

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according to the way he knows, and somebody else may have recorded the same idea through another chain, which is also weak. But again, the weakness of this to change may not be very good,

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and to support one another, and be willing to level up. So therefore, it is very important for the scholars to record IDs, which also had some weakness in the chain, in order for the chain to be recognized. And this is the chain and this is the weakness in it all for the chain to be used as possible, supporting evidence for someone who may know another chain for that. So therefore, it was essential that they included such narrations in their books. With respect to American history.

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There are a few weeks editing process in mapa. In America, there's one of the best works.

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But there are some we added that are based on what has been in the School of Medina. In other words, he was narrating what they were being used, or the headings they were being used in the School of other people in Medina.

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The books of St. John's a Muslim, that they're both that I mentioned in the Harry Potter book, authentic collections. So he says How can there be Hadith which is

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In a Muslim in a Muslim the difference from the Hadith in Bukhari and this the hairiest concerning those people who will

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enter gender

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without any,

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any detail will not be

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any be written for their deeds.

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I could ask the brother with his The, the wording of the headings, again, you're talking about the ones who do not need to do any autopia or that's one

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this headings and other headings similar to a Naagin degree of Hadith is also a matter of he had one score may conclude that heading two, so, he and the scholar may conclude that he does not say so, they have to study these conditions, and they have to see whether or not this particular haircut meets these conditions. So for example, one narrator may not be considered acceptable to one scholar of Hadith while he might be considered acceptable to another, and it was many reasons why scholars of Hadith may differ in their judgments upon hetero it put in a niche in

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what we find with respect to alcohol and Muslim in general is that the differences between them have been discussed by the scholars, such as even hazard and personal body and to some extent that no way and this is a commentary on a Muslim. And basically the the what seems to be differences are what seemed to be contradiction between the two of them. In general, they have been removed by the scores in this particular Hadees. I don't remember the exact problem or the exact

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contradiction between the two narrations. But as I said, as a general principle, if you go to the heads of the books like for the body and others, the seeming contradictions or problems between the two worlds have been have been discussed by the scholars and have been shown that there are no real strong or problems between the two works. But as I said, again, with respect to this particular Hadith, I don't recall what was the problem with the contradiction?

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Question. So some of the province headings are very deep and profound. Would you recommend a book in English that would explain how these in more detail and would it be advisable to interpret headings without guidance?

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With respect to the last part, yes.

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Anthony Harris is like interpreting Quran you have a certain methodology, certain principles that you have before that we discussed yesterday with respect to

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what similar principles are with respect to commenting on Hadith.

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There are not too many books that have detailed explanation of headings.

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For example, Mohammed's death is a translation of Sahih Muslim where he had some very useful

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very useful comments.

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I hope inshallah to be finishing a book which is a commentary on the 40 hadith of Imam No, we could have you know, he and me my, my approach was in that in writing that book was to give as full an explanation as possible. So the book is right now around 13 or 1400 pages 40 heavy, and we're hoping that that will be published in October or November or December or January, February. March is one of those upcoming ones.