Jamal Zarabozo – Understanding Sahih al Bukhari & Muslim

Jamal Zarabozo
AI: Summary © -- The transcript describes the origin of headaches in the Muslim world, including the use of headings in media and media research, the origin of headaches in media, and the use of headaches in media coverage. There is confusion over whether headings are authentic, and the use of headaches as center is discussed. The transcript also touches on the origin of headaches and their use in media, and the importance of knowing headaches in relation to one's position. The transcript also touches on the use of headaches in the context of the western region and the importance of not including them in media coverage.
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We believe in the judgment comes from the specialist and heading and not from other people, not from people or from a specialist and not from people, not from people at the field but people who are specialists

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in hiding. And of course, the most well known famous

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scholars of Hadith are enamel Bukhari, and Muslim.

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Mohammed has asked me today to speak about

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the place of the two and exams. And unfortunately, and some of the areas I'll go through rather quickly.

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Let me just point out by saying but of course, you know, Buhari and Buhari.

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At the time, they were living there considered perhaps the greatest cause of headaches at that time.

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In under Buhari, for example, from the time that he was young.

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He was known for his knowledge for his memory. One time when he was 11 years old.

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He was listening to one of the show called heavy reading, liberating subsidies.

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And he corrected the shift.

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And the shift was a little bit too by the way, this young man

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young man was breaking in, he said, let's

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put it in English. What's your problem?

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So the

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young new member party told him that you made a mistake in the narration of this heading. And the chain, you made a mistake. You make

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two narratives.

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And of course, the chef was a little bit surprised by the vastness of the sentiment. So in on Buhari, told him that if you have the book with you, or the rest of the recorded,

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so the original, then go back and look at it. So the chef went to his house and looked at it and he found that

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the party was correct. Well, so Ayman Buhari was defeated by many scholars. And as you see as in fact he was

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sufficient is headed when he first came to block that young man at that time, the scholars of Hadith when they're young, they traveled to throughout the Muslim world, collecting ideas from different scholars, and then they settled in an area and they teach the head of the general

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so when it came to budget, he was well known already. And the scores have had is there the site but this isn't the site it's a system

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so in a public gathering

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1010 scores from that each one of them read 10 ideas through email

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after each head is just a ritual he says I don't know this. I don't know what the people wanted they started thinking this well maybe this person isn't what is advertised to be. So after they are finished reading and it what they did is they were putting by Buhari by giving the headings with the longest name

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and it will do see the headings with the wrong is not solved Buhari said I don't know this.

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This knot is the the chain of transmitters.

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So when they're finished, and scholars narrating 10 heads, that's 100 heads when they're all finished, and he said I don't know to all of them. I told him I will tell you that headache was no. So he gave it back Oh 100 headache was the correct thickness. So, the scholar above that, they knew that and he knows if he

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was in a Muslim also we can get some of the same stories about in a Muslim but we will not do to my claim.

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With respect to at the moment Buhari he said this I have memorized 100,000 it was authentic and 1000 100,008 which are not.

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Now you have to keep in mind that the scores of headaches they count I do not by the statements of the public documents.

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But they count heaviest by this net or the by the different chains.

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So when Amanda Bahati said that I memorized 100,000 authenticated doesn't mean 100,000 different statements of the public system. But it means 100,000 ideas with different systems.

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And also in a Muslim he says that the his collections of a Muslim was gathered from 300,000 heavy hitters.

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The reason I mentioned that point

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is because when we talk about hit Buhari

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and so Henderson we should we should not think about it as someone who's collecting some headaches and these are the headaches that he found and he put it into a book. It is not the nature of the hidden behind the Hendersons. What it is, in fact, there's two scholars who knew many studies

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and from those many Heidi they chose just a few

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Danny the top the epitome of those headaches, and put it into collections.

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As I said, Buhari said he knew 100,000 arrays, which are offensive.

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If you go to save Buhari, even if you count the headaches with repetitions, there's only about 7000 heads.

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So what he is doing is he's taking the cream of the crop.

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There is not just someone gathering it together. And he found like 3000, authentic IDs and encoded all 3000 or 7000 in the book.

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But he knew many, many authentic headings, and he's just taking from the top level as he said himself, it says that everything I have included in this book

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is authentic. And what I have not included of authentic hadith is much more than

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one other occasion he said, If we do not care to make the book too long, I would have recorded many other headings. Also the non Muslim, the same, the same situation, if you go to eat up the book of prayer in Sahih, Muslim, the chapter on Shabbat.

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There's a hadith in there,

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after which the non Muslim recorded the heaviest and then he recorded one of his students asking him what about the eddies of data that says this when the when the man recite the Quran, you should be said.

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So even Muslim said that I believe that that Hadith is authentic. And in my opinion, that Hadith is authentic. But I do not include all of the authentic hadith in this book. But I'm only including those headings which there is agreement upon that they are authentic.

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So again, we're talking about someone score of Hadith, just taking the cream of the crop of this hadith that he knows, and putting it into a collection. In fact, the title of the party

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collection points that out the name of the book actually has an agenda ahead and Muslim.

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Then a model was so lovely, it was so many

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mean it is just the brightness is not all the authentic edits, but he's just choosing the best.

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And as I said,

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or as I alluded to, it is not even just the head is this and Buhari thinks is authentic, and that in a Muslim thing. But these are headed with all of the flaws of Harry's that time, agreed upon.

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And innominate Buhari, he took his books to four stores,

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including accommodation and handle the teacher Yeah, he has in mind also the teachers

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and even Abu shader

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and add even in the gym, and other schools. He took his books, I bought it to all the stores. And they agreed on all of the headings inside Buhari except for for heavy.

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Well, it's not clear whether he deleted those, those four headings.

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But the The point is that he took it to these grid solar arrays and they all agreed with him that these all of these headings are in this book or effect.

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And when we say that, the other is this four headings that they did not agree with him on this might mean they didn't agree with the exact change that he used, which is something that we might get into in a few minutes. Also,

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as I said he only recorded both hobbies with the scores were agreed upon, are correct. That was the only included the Eighth Amendment handle, side and side given so

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if an arbitrator and scholars like that agreed, and he took his book sign Muslim to

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and I just took the book from Mohammed Hassan about that, because that is one of the greatest scores and headaches, especially when it comes to defects and

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the topic of

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why this is one of the most difficult topics in entities and it is

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referring to his hidden defects and that is the fact that you cannot see unless you gather together all the teams that have specific ideas and studied very closely then you can find some hidden details. So he took his books to

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And he told us go over the book in any book any heavy

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or any question about that he just deleted it from this

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not because he didn't consider it authentic necessarily, but because he wants to make sure that the book is above any any questions.

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Also with respect to him Buhari and he never Buhari finished

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it took him about 16 years to write.

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And it took him about 15 years.

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Well, there's actually a moment before he before he put any headaches

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into Sahara Buhari. He used to make photo and make a list of horror before entering any edits into his, into his collection. And he finished his books many years before his death.

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So he read his books in 9000 of his students, and in the entire cycle.

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And this is a period and it was many years. And this, this long period also was an opportunity for if there's any mistakes inside, but he is getting into 9000 students, some of them younger than him, some of them older than him, some of them is your teachers. So this gave us a chance that if there's any mistakes in the presentation, same quality to be able to point it out. And and notice

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what we what we conclude with concerning the headings and Muslim in the rest of them kind of jumping quickly going quickly.

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As I said, these are not any just some collections that Mr. Bahari for example, found 7000 headaches, and he puts them in in his collection. No, he knew much larger number but the focus was to make a collection concerning which there is no doubt about it that all of these Hadassah centers. Other words, the scores of headaches at that time were agreed upon, that these headaches are center.

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And that brings us to what's the

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what's the position of the Muslims towards the Hadith in Sahih Bukhari.

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First of all, the scores are agreed that all of the all of the early scores are agreed that all of the headaches and the heart into a Muslim are authentic

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enough that

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it says that there is now consensus that all of the all of the headings and subheadings for Henderson are authentic, except for a few that have been criticized.

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And it is also something you should realize about citing since the time they wrote this scores have been going through going through it with like, what we call English, the fine tooth comb. They've been going through it very carefully. And some scholars have criticized some of you. But all those folks who criticize Sam Harris were

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were responded to by other scholars, and then showed the conclusion of the Muslim more in demand and Buhari was was correct.

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So for example, I've got a Courtney.

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Courtney needs some quizzes, and he's in fact, probably the most famous, along with Wiley, domestically.

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I've got a Cockney, he made some criticisms of him before into him, but his criticisms are two to two times. And you'll note that neither one affects actually the authenticity of the heady.

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Number one a better Courtney said, Well, if Heidi and Muslim were taking the book had it,

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then they should have included this Harry's and he wrote a book that these are some of the headings that should have been included in certainly pathetic.

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That's one of his criticisms that they did, they neglected some headings that they consider to be the footnote considered to be from the highest level. But that's not a criticism actually, because as I said, neither Buhari or Muslim has the intention to include all authentic hadith in the image.

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The second criticism Courtney had.

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And his second book that he wrote on this

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is that sometimes we would record a specific headache with a certain team and adara company found the same headaches with a better chain. So he's saying that they should have narrated with this chain instead of that chain. So notice, the double coordinate is not saying that both heads are weak, and it's a headache. He criticizes not saying that they're weak,

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but is basically talking about this not except for he criticized about 210 everything except for one of them. All this session is about it's not in the Philippines, it's mad, and that there's a better it's not

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the Buhari should have

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should have you. So therefore, the scores of the headings to be very careful. They say that all of the all of the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim are authentic without any doubt and they leave some possibility for those edits, which are

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now as I as I started to talk about this brings us to the point that what should be our view towards

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Buhari and second Muslim so as to

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not always what is the level

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of knowledge that is considered in Islamic law? is a considered something confirmed like the Quran?

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Or is it something less than this? If someone says he doesn't believe it

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unsalted Bukhari Does this mean that we just had or does this actually make him to be from amongst?

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So if we study what the alumni said about

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him pour into him, listen, what they concluded

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is this, a Muslim are two collections of headaches.

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The ones who collected them claim that all the headaches in this collection are authentic.

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And the oma has accepted their decision otherwise disclose all the 1000s of headaches during their time agreed with him. So therefore, there's no law or consensus by the scores of the head is and therefore the oma has to follow there is not

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what that means is that there is not

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of the Muslim oma that all the heads and stand behind it and say Muslim authentic.

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So that means that the against the bridge, what does that mean with respect to the level of the level of knowledge we have to put these two

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books, there's two types of

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or two levels of energy afine. One is elementary athenia.

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If we say that something is Emily, I think has borrowed it, for example, of Sauron. That means that every Muslim has to believe in it without any doubt.

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I mean, it's something should be obvious to every Muslim for example, if we say that Muslim has to pay 500 days, this is considered from those things which are endless in a row. Because no Muslim should be ignorant of this fact. And it's well established, and there's no question about

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it. I receive worship and narrated by so many people in exchange, or of that type. And most disciple Harding's, a Muslim, is actually what's the word and its meaning

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a multiplicity of meanings, not necessarily more selected in the wording, but most elected in

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the system, which are not. What about this? Well, the next category after that

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is what they call edmonia. Athena, another, another, another

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one lovely, another really what this means is that

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it's not obvious to every Muslim, that this is

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it needs some evidence.

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It needs some investigation.

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And after that investigation is done benefits included with this is anything

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and that's investigation. For example, if there is mouths online something and there's no that is not something then the thing becomes in attaining novelty.

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So what this means is that we can drop the last few words, literally of nobody, there's nothing for me.

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It means that all of the

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time Muslims are considered by the LMR. And Allah will soon

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to be

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in other words, every Muslim has to believe in them.

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Every Muslim has to believe in them and cannot doubt them. As the infinia said, supported the Hadith of the Prophet says

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this might

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lead to some algebra. I would not agree on something which is the latter or something misguided.

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So he says the system agrees upon the * Bukhari and Muslim if anyone doubts these two books, then they're claiming that on my phone something which is the data

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and this is unacceptable. So every Muslim has to believe in the Hadith

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Sahih al Bukhari

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now, there's some there's some exceptions to that.

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And those are those few Hadees that are that are criticized by Sydney and others, they're well known amongst the scholars of hate. And also there's the other exception are what's known in the holidays. That is why

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we don't have much

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time for it, there is no sense samples

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are added that do not have the complete map.

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And either one half the first half or the second half of the first third of the last year, the missing from the

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from the snow

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was very rare to find this in two hemispheres. There's maybe four headaches which are one of the enzymes

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Now we go back to the saddle of so his bodies work

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for here and not not

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meaning this every headache and to have a party that has the complete chain, of means is is much more powerful and more for

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The chain is unbroken, and it goes all the way back to the processor.

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So every head is inside Buhari, which is as an unbroken chain and goes back to the provinces. And then

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this is the hair for sure. This is from those receptors are enveloped in another.

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But unfortunately inside of the body, and how to use a method, or he uses wildcards a lot?

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Well, the reason you use the wildcard

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is that, for there's many reasons why he is

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one reason is that sometimes you cannot give the whole team because this was the hardest style, that we just take part of the edits sometimes and put it under certain chapters. If there's a long headache, and only part of it is rolled into a certain chapter, he'll just record that part.

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And he records the rest of the head is some other place. So instead of always putting the complete net, he would just put it once. And the rest of the time he would put it in while

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that's one reason. Another reason he did it is because sometimes the headache does not meet the standards for him.

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The head, it might still be authentic. The head it might still be higher, but it doesn't meet the highest standards of science. So therefore, I'll hardly record the head and wallet form.

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Well concerning

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these headaches.

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Hamad wants me to discover that much detail, we also have to get to that divide the Edison produces, what is the type in which the Buhari uses what is known as civic and given

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that he uses a definitive terms.

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For example, He uses the term deposits, as Adam said, Father tested and did

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if he uses this term, and if he uses what's known as Singleton

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then that hedis is considered authentic. In

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other words, he will not use that form, if you did not consider that that is awesome. So we consider also those headings.

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If you use is another form, which is called the summary, which is similar to the passive voice in English, like it is noted that the public sentiment or it is narrated, the public sentiment

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doesn't say anything from

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the head, it could still be Hey, it might be that a

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so you might find an EEG without a

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call, you might find heavies which are weak inside side of the body, if you do, they will be from the mile apart. And they will be put in the form of signal for some reason. Most of those headaches are still authentic, that are in the form, but there are a few that are that are they are weak. And usually he puts it in the chapter headings, not actually in the thick of Eddie's, but he puts them all across in the chapter headings. For example,

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He has a chapter and this is all there is to the chapter headings.

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And each chapter, whoever

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breaks his fat during the day of Ramadan without the valid reason, then you will never be able to make up for it, even if it's outstanding forever. But until you hear

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this, this is narrated by other people as

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alcohol, he just puts it under Chapter heading and doesn't say the headings in

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this particular areas advice so far is not mentioned and did not give it to us now because this will not make any sense.

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So when we say that a Muslim has to believe in all of the headaches of Buhari, we are taking out those modifiers. So if you do not know which are the minor fault or not, which means you don't have the right to judge

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when some of them while they are the complete changes found inside the body someplace else.

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That's the majority of them.

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So we're talking about

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four miles apart from the provinces, the civilian and from the Sahaba. We're talking about a number around 500 but they are not all headed to the process. But some of them are from the other and some of them are from

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from the 17 and 500. As I said very few of them are we most of them are still here.

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So the floor is when they see that this is an anomaly. They are excluding these modifiers.

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Well, maybe if you need more explanation in the question and answer we

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can mention them. Now is that

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Many scholars have headaches. Or many people have criticized the Hey Muslim inside Buhari for different reasons.

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Their criticisms can be divided into the critics, the critics can be divided into two categories.

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One category are those people who are allowed to notice about any.

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And we have a category those people who do not have knowledge

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with respect to those people who have

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knowledge about ideas

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I already mentioned about putting in some of the earlier but their criticism really wasn't heavy criticism. And it hasn't

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won from Spain.

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It hasn't. He is one of the people who criticized him often. And he said there are two fabricated reasons for him.

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his claims are very easily refuted.

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And we have to keep in mind that it hasn't sometimes is the judge judgments and heydays is not acceptable,

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because it has them did not travel outside, he did not travel to the eastern part of the missing ones that he never made. Hence. That's why if you read the Heller book, and

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he gives some very same stuff was about heads because he has no idea what that looks like. And

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also with respect to headaches, he did not travel to the eastern parts of

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the eastern part of the Muslim world. So therefore, he did not get there were many headaches, that he was not aware of where he did not proceed.

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even went so far as to say that

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everyone here knows the voice of divinity

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is the one who compiled sooner than a committee. Now does everyone know him.

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And another one, his name is a doubly as lovely as

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he has a sense of fear. He also collected a large workload, a senior is a very famous for this. And it has been said about both of them that they are much food.

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And because he doesn't know them, I never heard of these people. So therefore they are unknown narrator

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so sometimes on his judgments in Harry's is not

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more recently gone past more more damaging,

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are the critiques of or the criticisms of

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coming up with a DNS banning, especially with respect to him.

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That is one thing you should keep in mind. And this is amazing that an attorney does not consider this point.

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One thing you should keep in mind about a headboard in

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particular, a Muslim

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has been attacked a lot.

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Sometimes he takes the headaches and he discusses his neck. And he says that this is not as weak because certain scenarios

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that sometimes he made the mistake that he relied upon one source, and is the gradient the narrator and this is a book by a guy called the man if you don't do good,

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as a fiction is good enough to learn to play with me because he just gives you a summary. You have to go to other books like can we find it because some narratives are accessible in certain circumstances, but they are not susceptible.

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For example, there's a narrator by the name of Hussein. And there's also

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the same as

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your findings, it

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is very well known.

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But in the end Muslim, you'll never find any idea on the authority of the voters.

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Because what He then said he was, he was very young, and at the time, he was not focusing and

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so therefore they do not accept the heydays of the game on the authority and

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sometimes the person is trustworthy himself, but not always.

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Like, as I said, in the habit of social capital,

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believe me.

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And some narratives may begin to make a lot a lot of numbers.

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So they are set up for a certain period of time, but after that time, they're no longer considered.

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So if you have narrated narratives from them after that time, the narration is not

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that they are narrated, narrated from them before that

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you cannot go through a book like

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that and make a serious study of this when you're talking about

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this is one of them take this the other day is made with a sexy

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Muslim. This took the conclusion of even hesitant without setting the narrative and do another

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problem and this is perhaps an even bigger problem is that

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many times limit Muslim did not record the best if not that he had

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for the heaviest.

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So uninvited today may look at the headaches and they look at this and say this, this is not as good.

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This happened during the time of him I'm looking.

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When I referred to earlier, before my Muslim gave him the book to the US. He criticized some of the chains.

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someone went to a liberal Muslim and asked him about that he said that was that I criticized you for using this change instead of

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Mr. Muslim, as is very,

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very interesting.

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There's something by the way, among the Hadith,

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they like to have a chain, which they call it

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as opposed to a chain, which they call

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the sort of thing they like to have the sort of things we've seen because they're the fields are closest to the process in this way. And the closer they are to focus, the closer they are in baseball, Dad was the source of the revelation.

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So when he was asked about some things that you use, he said that I put those things. I use those things in the book,

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because they are shorter.

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And I knew that would harm anything because these hobbies are well known amongst the cause of headaches.

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But he didn't record them. Because he saw these headaches so well known amongst the social media to be authentic, that he could put the sort of scene even if a fleeces

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have to keep in mind that

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they did not record all of the all of the things that they know the Harry's have been yet from top

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to link back to him.

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the bad habits of Milan, Albania, winsol, Bahar is a Muslim with 23 different things.

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And one of the sores after them made a collection of all of the all of the changes of this had is

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just from

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your hidden state.

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And he said there's more than 700 chains from New Haven.

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But of course, as a Muslim, we're not going to write all 100 since otherwise,

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no one's going to be able to say.

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I mean, that's one of the considerations. So when we look at it now, so many years later and say, Well, look at this machine is weak. While he was a Muslim at that time is saying what is so well known that even if we put a weaker sentence, okay, because he wants to make

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sure, we have to keep in mind this consideration for the parents are the ones that the Florida does have agreed upon. And we cannot just look at one James a Muslim, and say that

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another mistake that had been made is he takes one

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which is a nice observer, and Java.

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And there's about 31 in the Hamilton method chain. And he concludes that all of them are

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reasonably conclude that they are weak. Because he says that I was aware of

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man, he is someone who uses the term I'm

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How can I explain that very quickly without

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what he's saying is when Abu Zubaydah says I'm Java means he did not hear directly from them. So therefore, the chain is unbroken, the chain is broken, and we cannot access it.

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Now all of the stores have had at that time,

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never included levels of air as someone who commits the breach. Now they were very careful about who commit to this and they tried to study and find those narratives who commit sadly, none of them ever mentioned that I will do better with people from Mississippi until home. Well, NSA is one

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the only store from that time.

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And this is based on an interpretation of something that's

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an infamous.

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The scenario when

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when I was aware he gave a book of Hades

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to another scholar named Shaka and gave him a book from Java. The Harrier contains the book contains 700 Harry's from Java,

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the type of giving a novella which if you do not give it with permission to narrate, this is not included in a song authentic way.

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Getting this book,

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job as of the year all of this is from Java.

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I heard directly from him something about this

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book is something which went

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down and he

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and the say that maybe was a bad mistake. Well, this is not clear enough to because he's not narrating the story, I guess the feeling of it is a type of manola without an agenda without permission. The second one to say that that was

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produced, it has an agenda. And the third one to say, is an event

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to reject about 31 credits from payments.

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We have to keep in mind, as I said that not all of the changes that they do, are, are recorded inside.

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There, there are groups of words, known as

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the type of book called the

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llama suckers, what the one who would make,

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for example, he takes the hand Muslim. And he tries to bring exactly the same idea through different things.

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It from Muslims, teacher, his teacher, so forth, back to the Sava, back to the front.

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And there are 25 books that have suffered under

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the 25 different stores data to get a different thing for the same headache to find

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one of them. One of those books that necessitate you'll find 25,000 different teams.

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So when we know they're going to criticize, I will, I will forget about the other

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one is I think I did and one of

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the things we have to think

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about is

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that, first of all,

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our judgment concerning them has to be based on what the score is of heads themselves.

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What the cause of headaches are agreed with all of the headaches inside the body, all of them must know.

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Because all the movements inside of the body is a Muslim authentic.

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And that they are at the level of illness, either a brewery or another meaning every Muslim has to believe in them. And as always, what do you lost them had this of India of the last century, instead of anyone criticizes unit studies? Have you been criticized

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as a scholarly work, but he says he concludes his senses as ma acceptability of the service. And we have lost many of the information that corymbosum has decided to say, anyone who considers in anybody's in their

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unauthentic field submitting a bid and he's not following the way of the believers.

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hammered last time, it always leaves us alone.

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I hope he has better luck than when I was gonna get a sec at the time.

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That was the question from the system is Can I say something about

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This is what we assume.

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You might be planning on how to delay my proposal

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pain is not a source book of headaches. Does that mean by that when we say when we talk about the source of the headache? They are the ones originally collected by souls and how would they change back to this?

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This is a book from a much later solar School of Hadoop, his name is no way. And what he did is

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he went through the book that went through the source of headaches and he collected some edits. They took some, but not like the half of the book journey very, very specifically, he took it from afar into a Muslim and some in other boats. And he defended collections of Hadith. And he organized them in a way which is very nice. And he put some Quranic verses related to the specific topics and almost all of the Hadees and read the savina authentics. There's about 20 heads or so that have been

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criticized by some scholars, like

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other scholars, but in

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General, when you pick it up from

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him, you can be fairly certain that

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no, he was one of the greats. Although he was a major score, he was one of the big scores.

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We have a five minute

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stick me there as well going to grab like the brother who brought me here, not less than 80 miles per hour. regardless of who's in front of

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y'all know the technical company that I'm talking about.

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I'm asking about those headings being

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what it

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says in English, with written by albani

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is around the underclass

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in Buhari or some of them from the Muslim, I get computability, which is being confined just to the MANOVA, where it is

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the ones I was talking about. And the second

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thing, as I said, there's only like four ideas, which are more alpha. But he's talking about from the from the, from the basis of the book, is criticizing ideas that

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have agreed upon?

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Do you recommend all the books have to be read?

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If you're if you're some book, which is Arabic isn't good enough to be able to understand them, like, read other books, you better be good. Julian wasn't that episode.

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And he has two cells. I don't know if you noticed this.

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He has a style which is like his gender, the thing is very clear, very simple to find this and

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then walking, not on the basis. And it is very simple for anyone to read and benefit the loved one has another style, which is

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more a deviant more literary style. And also he is he was influenced by many of rupees you have the chance. So he has also some sometimes writing just to know what you're talking about. To understand. So if your Arabic is good, you will also benefit the great deal from

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this, if you're someone like me to stick to the

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they got it's not until now.

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Having that Tim

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I didn't know.

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That means

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I mean, people know

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as as a technical way of transmitting headaches. It died out somewhat in the fifth century. But to do it still used to pass on books, through what is known as a jazz. And I will not go into that in detail. But there are still many ways which can have that effect transmitted to the students from the time of the politics elements.

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For example, I've learned this and this can give you some headaches with the snapping himself back to functional

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medicine. The father of the one now and

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his ultimate head you think, you know, I believe is dead now.

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He also had, it's not from himself back to the

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What do you think of the translators? who use speaking of the English translation? Sorry?

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Who don't use the right. Use the left?

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In the right, the correct very short. I'm talking about the English version. This from the monopod Should we take it to 10 people watching for the sake of the English speaking Muslims? Shouldn't be censored it was used right is not

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the last one. Yeah, that would be nice.

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It would not I would not worry too much about

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is it mostly there from the domain from the

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look at the chin.

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No, nothing, there's no chain But

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well, the best way by the way is to look at one of the barriers and if they didn't have the both of them if

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it had you took all the mile apart, out the side of it. And he puts in one collection and you discuss all of them and then

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five volumes, published now by volume because you cannot count the first one because it's the life

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cycle and defining

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what that is for blinds and he discusses all of them. Otherwise in touch the body when

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He discusses the headaches also he discusses. And so for those of you who have access to Arabic, it doesn't tell the Muslims

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the work of God.

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Almost every topic and the desire

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to go through the hundreds upon it can give you

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a few things. You cannot imagine anyone even thinking of writing on the stuff that came in handy if he was?

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Can I?

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Potentially and he wasn't very strict when it comes to grading headings. So in other words, if

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if the duty says the heaviest is here or hasn't, it may not actually be the heels a little bit less. But if he says it's right, then most likely

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honey is

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to lose. We

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just know before you ask for American TV, Oh, now I have a free way for the car.

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I'm planning on buying the

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Euro cement or not?

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Danny seriously, and it's not selfish of us to influence the region's

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biggest employer so

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we can have you some days.

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I think there's no question that again, Bernie is the greatest defenders alive today. There's no question. And he just because he has some mistakes, especially with respect to sell products, he has also come out of mistaken In other words,

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according to the Miami that's all the reasons why most American is going against them as much as

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he has another

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characteristic which isn't very good on his part is he has a tendency sometimes to rely on manuscripts that have not really been certified to be authentic. And he has loved many systems on which the other floors are not familiar with and I'm not sure whether those manuscripts or sound, but in general is grading and it is is in accordance with most of the alumna. And he doesn't disagree with the Roma in general. Except for when it comes to this edit and sign Muslims in general is very good. You can benefit the lucky

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