Workshop On Hadeeth Part 2

Jamal Zarabozo

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is a witness religious dead,

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doesn't have to say much more than that he

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was frightened.

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And he went to a group of Sahaba or gathered someplace and he told told the listeners

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whether or not enough

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to them, they do it. So they sent the youngest one among them.

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before them that I have no doubt about you, I do not have any doubts about any of that you're lying or so. But I wanted to make sure that the people the people are careful and narrating.

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The Huddle, were very careful to the point if any, if they could lose, they could

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avoid narrating heavy performances film they would use

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their needs to prefer when they already had

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a phrase that they might have even just one little letter alone was wrong, and so forth.

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Because he promised to send them

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in

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a minute

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that whoever, and pitch me says something on my authority, he just picked this piece in the house.

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But some of the kochava will present at times when the policy I sent him said, Men can devalue. Instead the value of

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this whoever said anything wrong and my authority, she'll take a seat in the house. Because

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he has around here this language needs to say something wrong.

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There's something which is not true doesn't mean to lie.

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It needs to say something which is not true. Don't narrations and to some of the public system says it's whoever thinks something that is not true from me that is not correct. You can take this

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to the Sahaba were very careful. And in fact, even during that time,

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they did not know it, because they did not continue to study it after the time of the problem.

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Once the hobby he was asked by someone who has spent some time with him decided not to you're married to the other Sahaba. He said that he said that because after the time of the death of Mohammed Salim became busy in other things, Jr. Why did not study the thing like the other cities.

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They used to spend his night, which is nice into three categories. Three years.

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He would spend one night one third of the night sleeping,

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one third of the nights and prayers. And one third of the night.

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Well, your father said that no, we take as much as you would make it all one. One sickness we just use it

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was even from that time.

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He knows to be getting headaches, passing a heavy literature, and even among the Sahaba, who was known to pass on and sometimes more than others to have a because it just was

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so worth them all in one document

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and asked him Do you remember sessions that night? He said yes. He said Do you remember what the other session and focus on that night? He said yes, because the film said, then says Avaya, the producer whoever says the system wrong my authority says anything from the Hellfire when all over the floor that he had. And he that was soon as mine went to public session and said he told him to go in there. It says he wanted to make sure that upgrade has been careful about very heavy. And remember

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the warning of the pump pump assessing them about

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narrative heavy.

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Also we have that we can pull those examples that I gave you kind of like these modern terminology.

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And you pick one person you stick with it for someone else.

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Find from the earliest time somebody with the goal of time series.

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Systems you'll not find in any books.

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We have, for example,

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the case of ISIS.

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I suppose that her her nephew

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that I've dealt with in our lives is coming to make hypotheses. So go to him and asked him about some ideas to the public facility that

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he had heard. He was living in Egypt.

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This is a good opportunity. And even among themselves, they use the word had a

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good opportunity for

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her to hit the head, you know.

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So I went to him and asked him about it. He said he'd heard from them and he told me some heavy so he came back to Iowa and he never had to go to

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one of the anything that

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was the heavy lifting hand with Darla toddler does not make the animal away from the people by snatching it from the heart.

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does not take the knowledge away from the people. Bye bye

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UCC

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does not take the knowledge by by Netanya from the heart. But Allah allows the source to die and did not in other scholars unanimously

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decided was paying for it. She never heard it.

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I believe it was two years later, a bill of rights is coming to my

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knees to the Minister one year, then this MP had an issue in his head.

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Yes,

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yes or no again to go back to those

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laws and ask them about these injuries from conferences.

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And in particular things you want to know about.

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So he did, and he came back. And Abdullah had narrated exactly the same way that we did this. So I said that he must have memorized exactly as you heard it. And in other words, the goal was he wanted to make sure that the way he's narrating is exactly the way that he heard from him. And he does not change it two years later, exactly the same. Make sure that this wording is exactly the

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same from the time of the book and from the time of it. So hope is a really the development of the science of Jabberwocky idea. We're basically narrators are graded and tested to see how good they are.

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And what do you use this?

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Or this science was

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we have biographical dictionaries of 1000s of 1000s of marriages, you'll find this in any other society, any other civilizations, nothing like what you'll find

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among the Muslim, Muslim,

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was this practice of checking and making sure that people are narrating properly. And it continues,

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for example, what they used to do sometimes

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one of the common ways of packing I had

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this, sometimes the chef was doing his work, and he would read his books to the students.

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And even for example, you'll find hobbies.

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And then after the heavy, and many of the early manuscripts, and even by the way, the early times, early times, they used to mention everyone who was present at the session, and like taking roles don't always hear, sometimes they will mention the song, so entered after the fourth edition.

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And it was like taking off

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after after the having to find a big circle.

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His own experience

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every day would read for example, sometimes they would do it the other way that they would read to the chair.

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So after every time they would read the headings to the test is to put a line for me there were nothing like us, they will read for example, After a moment of

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rolling so much later in life, a few more, maybe three, sometimes three or four editor slips.

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And they will go over the many times. But you'll find many, many tips. And you'll find many lines,

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meaning they read the same ad is many times

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what they used to do sometimes

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is hit the students. And so sometimes they said either the shift with the students sometimes this just gives us both to the students and the student reads the headings.

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So in this way, the chef can concentrate fully and he doesn't have to worry about reading the passage.

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And after the student reads, if he approves a bit of a stretch to nod or something of that nature showing that

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sometimes what they used to do this is to bring hobbies that are not from the book, not from this book from this year. And that is to read headings.

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And it's not actually the to some of the ways that they were noticed that this person is not careful and narrating and this person is not able or is not able to distinguish it that is some other have, you know been known to do this often. And he will be known as weak narrative headings this person doesn't know his own.

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Well, another example comes from the life of

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Barack

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Obama when he was young. He was traveling as as they use all the young colleges to travel throughout the Muslim world. gather ideas from all corners of the Western world and then go back. Usually not always go back to where they came from. And then and then keep

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going when he was young. He's 72

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and his reputation was and already preceding him they already known this is the young elbow.

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Coming to the party is a great young chef.

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So he comes about, and the people there waiting for him.

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And they need them in a public place.

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And the installers, and a whole bunch of a

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whole bunch of communists.

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Thumbs up

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and read since Tim had

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last week, have you somebody says, I don't know, the

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happy Teddy's I don't know this is gonna finish the other one stands up.

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At least at least I don't notice it.

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And it probably by the time a few in the audience said it to me.

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And it says must not must not be what's what's? What's the record?

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So the offense defense license, that's 100. Have you read to him and after this? Is it I don't know,

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was a study of a deadlift.

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Because after they were finished, nobody said, Well, I will tell you what I know.

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So he started from the beginning to the end, all 100 heavies, what they did, that they did, the sort of the heavy nor the heavy is not just a set of exactly who never is working. So what they did is they used to give the heads with the wrong it's not.

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So when they get the hedges with the wrong, it's natural to call the heavy, so I don't notice.

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So when they're all done, he read all 100 heavy it was the correct

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decision. And it is having to know the score, because no and all along does not know at the end even the audience's

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I know what he what he read, or what have you heard is with the correct

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wording and listened to services are more interesting to see Remember, don't go 100 heads and get them back in the order that they read.

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The science of

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shifting a party to make sure that the party is someone who is sufficient.

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And this is one of the ways that's looking at it without a prescription.

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Another way

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does anyone have any questions?

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Remember, don't be intimidated by

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not being intimidated or irritated by any one

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of the speakers.

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Any questions at this?

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point no questions. Like when did they use when did the use of this navigate?

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Last time you heard this lecture?

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I don't think

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there's some problem with the sentence of the sentence.

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Yes, no.

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No, no.

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No.

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That's a different question.

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Any other

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guesses about when the use of this net begins?

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What am I What is this man?

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Find that first. It's not as much

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of authority says the backing from hunger

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and logic

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If the companion the poem has

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heard a heavy, one particular sentence,

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and then he never said it before.

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That's a heavy question for your father.

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What you said you didn't mention.

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What's the story?

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He mentioned this. But by definition, by definition, the use of this not begins during the sound of the house.

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Yeah, I mean, he's he heard from us, and we didn't hear from anybody else. So when he heard I, when he said, I heard him say this

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doesn't matter.

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Okay.

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So your point is this. They didn't, what happened? What was happening during the senate?

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If they heard addresses on the phone, and narrated it from the Father, implicitly, you can say they mentioned that not only considers nor

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but what happened during the time of the Sahaba they did not always mentioned

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successful jumping in and out But

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how was it?

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I don't know.

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I know that he was young.

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I don't know.

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I believe you're both sick. I believe both of you.

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Okay, so he was young when the when the public system and now

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they say, How do you say that any of the ideas that he passed on to them? We only heard eight of them directly.

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In fact, one time he was asked How did he get this knowledge? He said he just knows by standing in the cold winds and waiting for the Sahaba to come to the harbor to come out the houses. So he said ask him about something that happened about a decent

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so here's a hobbyist who got most of his knowledge from the artist.

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But he did not always mention that I heard this from so and so from the publisher.

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He was using so

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this is

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this is both most of most of them.

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interest in that don't worry about that.

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Now

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before we talk now about the use of this nudge as a whole

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when did people begin to insist on the use of business? When did the more Have you seen begin to insist Okay, what are your

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health and fitness? What's the fitness

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Okay, the death of up month What year was it?

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35.

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Flexible

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how many adjustment is this after the death of

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more than a third question 25 years after the test is closer.

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And this is based on some reports that we have this screen said that they didn't use to ask about this next

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until the fitness

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and then after the fitness it begins to last

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About this man as the name Who are your thoughts? Make sure that they mean their thoughts. And that began around the year 25.

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After 35 passes, or in other words, 25 years after the death

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depend on one or two notes

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to show you how the how the Mississippi or how would you oriented this thing, you want to call it thinking, their approach their approach to

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one one person.

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chemo from the point of view, he wrote one of the most important books on Islamic law him and

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now

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it's talking about the use of this

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just believes, by the way he has a series that is not was predicted better.

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And he concludes this, the better it's not the better the it's not, the stronger the closer to 80 to 70.

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And because he says it's until 200 years, this one in just two years, they didn't have this. So they had to make it up backwards.

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What does he What does he do about this statement of inner city,

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which is narrated authentically is an attempt to do many things, and no question about the authenticity of the statement from industry, at least from our point of view. What does he do?

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Well, here's what he does not

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discriminate that they do not use or asked about people. And it's not until the

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What do you understand from that?

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What does any third grade Muslim Understand?

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Everyone knows what

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it meant

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to be late in Civil War, some kind of most.

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So so here's what's

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just close to the book of history by a very famous, very important.

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And he finds in the book of history by a poverty reference to a fitness

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center was the death of someone I forget the name when he didn't use the semi that's

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in the book of slavery. He went through some of his books. I guess we skipped the first 500 pages when it tells you about the hidden of money. And he finds that reference to a fitna in the year 120. Definitely.

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He didn't use

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all items. I don't recall. I don't recall what exactly.

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He found the work done anywhere somewhere. And

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so that happened in the year 127. What can you conclude?

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Did he conclude that?

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That's not what begins to be used new and 27?

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No, that's too much.

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What did it include?

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Well, he went back to the same information city, they said is narrated by many people from cities.

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And you know what he did?

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He went back to the statements I haven't seen and said down to less than that in into this draft and then the last name is 40.

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Look at this.

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So, the statement must be a fabricator,

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that does the same thing must be evaluated.

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And instead of looking for a signal that occurred before an incident, because this is the narrative from by many people from him Is that enough is enormous. We have

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127

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and incident died in 111. So then he goes on to say that

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one effect we know that it was

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prominent, prominent and important, and people stepped on it

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was another way

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This must be

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what the book about

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What's the book about?

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It's not a geography book. No.

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I told you that Scarlet Oscars went out in physics. This is a book about scholars who went out in search of one

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that they would tell them for example for one month to verify what have you and decided during the time of the holiday. One of them tells them the DNS we need

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to meet another hobby to ask them about hobbies and show them that you and I are the only ones alive today overheard that had it's directly from

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this book is a collection of

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people who went out selection of clothes or people who went out six miles just to find one.

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Okay, there's a question here from the this is not exactly related to them.

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But recently, I read an AMA manual manage more.

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The second or certainly are headed this confused me as I read a new Muslim editor this almost

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told a Muslim

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to beat his wife and three because we had separate each other and sending some extra space and eligible for marriage. The obviously weren't on their best behavior, but how could this America beating on the process and harming a snake

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where there's something like this on the head to fit into the video was

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referring to

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this is a case where a hotdog was the was the leader of the Muslim tradition, he was the ruler that time. So he was implementing a law or he was implementing a punishment, that is similar to like the punishment for a thief cutting a hand off. Only the difference between is this there are some punishments which are clear from the Quran. There are other punishments this the man has to make his own if he has and determine what exactly is the punishment to do

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this, well this is the case of Omaha province. And they are being beaten, not beaten in the sense that

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you are disabled, human, individual beats his own navel beats his wife, but it is from the States as a punishment for what they what they had done.

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Brothers and sisters,

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a brother has enlightened enough

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in spite of the

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amount of time and the broad subject 100

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he has touched on some conditions that insomnia and have helped to

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motivate us to want to know more about this subject is a very wide subject in the deep one and saw law.

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Let us

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try to in the future,

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more information about this subject by attending lectures like this or inshallah, getting literature on the subject and always asking about, you know, in hobbies and other sciences

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and attacks

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La

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ilaha illallah wa

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salaam aleikum wa