Kamil Ahmad – Ibn al-Qayyim His Life and Legacy

Kamil Ahmad
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala at Emanuel acmella Ania Anna Hollyhock de la he Ultramarine what an early he also have behaved women their behavior was standing there be sweaty he Eli Yomi Diem along the alumina Malyan Thurmond internet. When threatened Have you met ILM Turner? Was it in

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I'd like to welcome you all, to

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the opening and the beginning of this long journey, that we will be taking the izany Levita Allah

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with none other than

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the great Imam,

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and scholar

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in Toluca, Yun Rahima hola who to Isla,

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I start

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asking Allah subhanahu metalor to allow us to benefit greatly from what we learn

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from the words of this great Imam, from his teachings from his legacy that he has left behind.

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In his many, many works and books.

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a lot of people may be wondering, why specifically,

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if not clear,

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why specifically

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go through his works

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and his books. Whereas we can go through the books and the works of any other great scholar and Eman in our history

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to answer that question, firstly, when we look at the topics and the subject matter that even a claim

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focused on and would mostly write about,

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we find that the subject matter is of utmost benefit to pretty much each and every single Muslim.

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And so it's not like his works were exclusively for students of knowledge

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for the scholars,

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but rather when he writes

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it benefits each and every single person.

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Number two, relevance.

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When we read His words,

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it seems as if he is living among us.

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Again, because of

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the topics and the subjects that he covers,

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and the things that he tackles,

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they are so irrelevant to our time.

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And so even though I am Rahim, Allah to Allah,

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his main focus was on spirituality,

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the actions of the heart, man and clue. And that's why many referred to him as the doctor of hearts.

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And so, he would basically write on

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topics related to that.

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And he wouldn't only write on these topics from a theoretical point of view,

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but rather, he would mentioned so many examples.

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And these examples, as I said, he would mention them, and they exist among us today.

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Such as being afflicted with images. And what he means by that is images of women and being attached to our shadow art and whatnot.

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And, you know, we all know

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how this is such a huge problem for many Muslims today.

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And number three,

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even a claim was someone who spoke on the matter of spirituality.

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But coming from a sound Arcada and so he was a scholar of a husana where

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was a Sunni scholar who followed the way of the pious self.

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And so when you want to pick up a book on spirituality, you usually have great difficulty finding

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a work or a book that has been written from the perspective of suna and Gemma.

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And so most of that which has been written on this topic has been written by Susan's.

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And so if you know him, he combines between having a sound addenda. And speaking about spirituality, something very, very difficult to find.

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And so,

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by doing so, you are guaranteeing that, you know, you're going to learn about this topic, about spirituality about fiscal year two nefs, etc,

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while being safe from the innovations and the bidder, and the deviations of

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the SU things.

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Now, before we get into

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there the books that we will be going through

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it's of utmost importance that at this point,

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we look at who this great human was.

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And so let us quickly go through his life and his biography.

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And then after that, we'll go through his books and his works in sha Allah Who

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even look like him.

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His name was shamsudeen.

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Mohammed, even at the Becker

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AB in Cagayan, l Josie Yeah.

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the element of the past,

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they would be known by certain on cod, but certain

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means Ibaka him, his nickname was shamsudeen.

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But his actual name was Mohammed.

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So he was shamsudeen, Mohammed Eden, that'd be better. So his father's name was Abu Bakr

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even look at him. He was born in the year 691 of the Hydra, which corresponds to 1292. He was born in a small village, Missouri, which is approximately 90 kilometers, or 55 miles from Dinesh from Damascus, in a sham Syria. Now,

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it's important here to

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mention something very important.

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And that is the difference between YBNL KVM and eternal Johnson.

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Many people they confuse between these two names.

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And sometimes they think that it's the same person. But the reality is that these are two different enamels. They're two completely different figures. They're not even related to one another.

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And so, you've been in jail. Wizzy

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was the famous handily scholar. He was known as Abu Faraj,

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who lived approximately 100 years before YBNL clicgear.

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He was known for

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his books such as Toby's Idris

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and cider Harper

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and many other words that he had written

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now, it was his son, his youngest son, who, later on founded a school called madrasa L. Josie madrasa, l Josie. This was one of the few centers devoted to the study of Hanbury filk in Damascus.

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It was due to this

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that it was given the name of Josie

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because this was the son of ignorant Josie.

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Now later on, whoever became the head of the school

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or the principal or the superintendent,

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he was known as IBM. IBM is the title of the principal or the superintendent of the school

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So tight yam and Josie amines, the principal of the school called El Josie

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who is named after the school was named after

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the son of ignorant Josie.

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And so what ends up happening,

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the father of ignored claim, he ends up becoming the principal of that school.

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So as a result,

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his sons became known as even Kareem and Josie.

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Even Kareem and Josie, however

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YBNL Kareem ended up taking this title for himself exclusively, because later on, he was from among his brothers, he was the one who became known for his knowledge, etc.

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And so, this is where we have to make this differentiation.

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And this is also where we learn where it will take him got his name from.

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So his father was known as calcium and Josie. Therefore, his son YBNL, calcium is known as Ibn Kareem and Josie. Now later on the scholars, they stopped to refer to him as Eben Pagan and Joe's here, and they shortened it to even and clean them. Alka you. Now little is known about his childhood,

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except that he received a comprehensive Islamic education, thanks to the fact that his father was the principal of that school madrasa Josie.

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After completing his basic studies at the school, Ibaka Yan continued his learning in the circles of the alien under different scholars

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in the city of damage.

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Now, it appears

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that for some period of time,

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he came under the influence of a tizzy, the teachings

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and probably, of certain Sufi mystics in his time.

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And he himself refers to this period as being a period of confusion and misguidance did not call him says, all of these ways did, I try. And I fell into a net, fluttering like a bird that knows not where to fly.

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this period in the life of equilibrium came to an end in the year 712, of the hijra, corresponding to 1312. What happened in this year? It was in this year, when Abraham was 21 years old, that he met the man who would shape the rest of his life. And that was his shell. To clean your deal. It didn't take me shaken Islam, even TV.

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Even Taymiyah had just returned to Damascus from a seven year stay in Egypt,

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the last of which he had spent under house arrest.

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His reputation for being an uncompromising defender of the Sunnah. And the crypt Arpita was well known to the people of Syria.

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And perhaps it was his commitment and his strength

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to not compromise that appealed to the young player who, young himself he said that he was like a bird caught in a net. And he didn't know where to fly. He was confused. He was following deviant teachings. And so now he needs shear for Islam, even tinea and so a bond formed between the two men, which lasted for 16 years after that, until the death of even tinier

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now, between the years of 712 and 726. During this period of time, Ibaka young he got married.

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He had a family he had three sons, Ibrahim, Abdullah, and shadow for Diem.

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And he earned his living as a teacher and an email from

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the same school that he studied in the job Xia madrasa Josina

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and his classes

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and his hot was probably showed the strong influence of his teacher Scheffel Islam even tiny

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because in the year 726

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When the authorities of Damascus ordered the arrest of eating Tamia once again,

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they also ordered the arrest of his followers and his students, among which were, maybe don't take him.

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And so now, even though

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he goes to prison with his share, even Tamia

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and Scheffel, Islam, even Tanea went through many trials in his life. It wasn't the first time that he was being thrown in prison.

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In fact, this was the last. This was his final time that he was entering prison.

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And so the reason for this particular imprisonment was that

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it didn't Tanea had been summoned before a council of a really map

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for questioning on a particular Fick related issue. Was it permissible for someone to initiate a travel to visit the grave of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam in Medina.

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the Council, which was made up of Esha IDs, and Sufis,

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they knew in advance that even tinier holds the view that you're not allowed to visit the tunes of saints and whatnot. And you're not allowed to initiate a travel to do that, for Tabarrok, etc.

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And so they could easily portray his answer as proof that he is preaching a deviant view

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by discouraging Muslims from visiting the burial place of the Prophet sallallahu. How do you ascertain? But the reality was that even to me, I never said you're not allowed to visit the grief of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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But rather, they misinterpreted his fatwa and his words,

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to make it seem like that.

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And so even tinier, the view that he held is you're not allowed to initiate a travel

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to go anywhere,

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to visit any place to do either in it,

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except for three places, and that is based on a hadith that is based on Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Ali was saying, not to shut down Rehan Illa Thisara. Now, you should not initiate a travel

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except for three places. And they are

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illustrated haram in Mecca, Al Masjid Al Aqsa and MSG, the nebulae. So, if you intend to travel and you make your intention, I'm going to travel to Medina

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to visit the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. There's nothing wrong with that given to me. I never said that. That is not permissible. But what he was saying is that you shouldn't make your intention, I'm going to visit the grave of Rasulullah sallallahu. Nonetheless, the point here is that this was a pretext that was used to remove

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a man from the public eye that these scholars of the government regarded as a source of unrest, and fitna. And so the council ruled that we've been Tamia and all those in Damascus, who propagated his teachings, including ignore claim they should be rounded up and imprisoned in the color, the Citadel or the fortress of the towel.

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So they were all summoned and put in prison.

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This included in McLean and also even Kathy

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However, after a few days, the authorities released the students container and its flowers.

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But even aka him, he chose not to leave.

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You know, he was the only one who said

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I'm gonna stay here with my chef. So even reclaim he ended up staying with even Tamia. However, he was not allowed to be with him together in the same cell. They were separated.

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Now, unlike our even 10 years house arrest in Egypt,

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In which he was permitted to write and teach his followers. This time, even Tamia was not only locked up, but he was also denied both books and writing materials. And so it was a much more difficult condition for him to bear.

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In so it's mentioned in the biography of Ibn Taymiyyah, that his last imprisonment.

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In it, he would find scraps of discarded paper, and write with pieces of charcoal.

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Nonetheless, in the year 728, of the hijra, corresponding to 1327

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shift in Islam in the Tanea, he passed away in prison, he passed away in prison.

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And then and only then, did Ibrahim come out from prison to join the multitudes who followed the body of eating Tanea to the burial.

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Now, it appears that only after his teachers death did not even begin his own profile as a writer.

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This stage of his life was also marked by much travel, learning and teaching, as well as several are Humraaz and Hajj to Mecca. And he even spent a lot of time staying behind after Hajj, staying behind in Mecca.

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But it was his hometown of Damascus, where everyone eventually stayed until his death. And so he taught

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several different schools in Damascus, before he held the position of the Imam

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of the Joe Zia school. So he held this position for a long time.

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Now, it'll tell you I've had many students,

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the most famous of them were, even Rajab and humbly,

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even Cathy,

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at the heavy

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and even Abdulhadi. Now these last three

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had been considered as the heavy and Ibn Abdulhadi. Were also the students of shithole Islam, it will take me

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Now let's hear what they have to say about even okay, you. Even Kathy he says,

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he used to recite the Quran beautifully, and was loved by a great many people. He neither envied nor harmed anyone, nor tried to find fault with them, nor did he harbor any bitterness towards them. In short, there were few people like him. He was dominated mostly by goodness, and a virtuous nature. Even though Kathy would also boast about how close he was to him. He says, I was among the closest people to him, and the most beloved to him. So we can see that even Kathy had had a strong relationship with Him.

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As we're in Rajab, he says, May Allah bless him. He was a person of worship, and praying at night, someone who used to make his Salah last as long as possible. He was devoted to zikr constant in his love of Allah, in turning back to Allah, in seeking forgiveness, in his Tawakkol his dependence upon Allah and in humility before Allah, he reached a level of devotion, which I have never witnessed in anyone else. Nor have I seen anyone more vast in learning or more knowledgeable of the meanings of the Quran, the Sunnah, and the realities of MN. And while I know he was not infallible, he was not perfect. He was a human being. He says it but Rajab says, and while I know he was not infallible,

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yet, I have never seen anyone who was closer to the meaning of this word.

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Meaning I have never seen anyone

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closer to be imperfect. Then, abruptly

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he says, he went through trials multiple times. Then he was imprisoned with shaved Turkey God even Tamia, the final time in the Citadel separated from him, and he wasn't released until after the shales death.

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We also learned from the students have ignored that ignore claim had a massive personal library.

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It been cathedra says he acquired so many books that no one else could even acquire a 10th of it. Of the book

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So the seller and the legal scholars

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and even hedger. And as Colin, although he was not his students, he came almost a century later. But he was, we can say, the students of the students of a prokaryote. Even hedger says

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Ibaka, him had a temptation to collect books. And so he acquired a countless number of books. So much so that after his death, his sons had to sell off much of his library, spending years in doing so, keeping only what they themselves could make use of.

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Even Acharya Rahima Hola, hota isla.

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He eventually passed away in the year 751 of the hijra, corresponding to 1350.

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And this was when he was barely 60 years old.

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It is recorded that

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the salatu janazah, was attended by so many people. And it was prayed in the main Masjid in Damascus,

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the minute mustard, mustard and O'Malley and he was buried at the cemetery of Babel solely near the grave of his father.

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So this was even a clarion Rahimullah who

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there's one thing that we did not mentioned.

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And that is basically the topic of our discussion.

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The legacy left behind by a plug in Moroccan mahalo Tada. And so that's what we're going to talk about now.

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His works and his books.

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And that's why we have

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named this class to Roth, even a year

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to Roth means legacy.

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What somebody leaves behind,

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and so there are people who leave behind wealth that is inherited by their relatives. People leave behind a name for themselves. Others they leave behind something that they left behind, that people are benefiting from. And so it'll get you in rock rockin Mahalo to Allah, He left behind a legacy. And that legacy is his books, which is what we want to go through. In this class in sha Allah.

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It is mentioned that I am authored approximately 100 books.

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Now, before I mentioned these books,

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I'm going to mention here that we're not going to mention all of his books. Number one, yes, He has authored approximately 100 books, many of them have reached us, many have not. And secondly,

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in this class, we're not going to go through all of his books.

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The reason for that is because we can divide his books into three,

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three kinds, the short ones,

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that will be easy and quick for us to go through the medium size books, which we will also go through in sha Allah Huhtala. And then the extensive books that are like encyclopedia, which are more than five or six or seven volumes,

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that last category, it's not going to be possible for us to go through unless we go through parts of them

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or we summarize it

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otherwise, it will be impossible for us to go through all of them.

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Now, the way that we will be going through the books of sha Allah Jota Allah in this class is in the following order

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in the following order, maybe along the way, we'll change the order a bit, but generally speaking, this is the order that we are going to be following insha Allah who die. So let's go through

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these titles. And I have all of his books with me that I'm going to be mentioning here. So the first book is a noir bill of Sahib.

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We're off here and Kelim Akbar Yep.

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And this is the first work that we're going to go through in sha Allah Jota Hydra and we'll talk more about that later on in sha Allah.

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After that, we have a dat window up,

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which is also a very famous book of immuno plugin. And it was all

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Also it is also known by the title of any job, any job will Kaffee Lehmann says, I need to work Shafi.

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After that, we have some small recital, some small

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treaties that it will tell you wrote that are very short

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and I have them

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in one volume because of how short they are. So, the first is at reseller a turbo Kia

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and the second is reseller YBNL IgM Isla hottie iClone

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a small

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message that will call you wrote to one of his brothers.

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After that, we have

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keytab salah, welcome tadi Guha,

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everything about salah and

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the ruling of the one who abandons his Salah after that we have Kitab Alpha ye

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which is a book in which you cannot claim

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basically compiled many different pieces of benefit that he had

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throughout his life.

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After that, we have a man hours and money if fee or Sophie will dive.

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This is a book in which he talks about how to differentiate between a Sufi Hadith and a weak one.

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After that, we have active Yan Fie, a man Al Quran, a to b and V A man of Quran

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Lee the oaths that Allah takes in the Quran, he goes through that in this book.

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Then we have a idea to Siberian or a route detto Siberian

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where the hero to shatter it in a book in which he talks about the virtue of a southern patients and also comparing patients to gratefulness, gratitude.

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So, these are

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of the category that I mentioned the shorter books, some of them are very short, others are a bit longer, but they are not more than one volume, they are not more than one volume.

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After that, we have to effect a mill Don't be I can allude This is also a one volume book. The topic is on what to do when you have a newborn

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and then we have some of the now Now the works are getting a bit longer. So these are two to three volume books. So we have you hosted a lesson Mimosa yet a shaitan or fee masajid a shaitan. In this book and Monica even talks about how to protect oneself from a che Bong.

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And then we have miftah Darwish sad woman showed Wilayat algorithm when Iraida talks about the benefits of L L and the key to Jana, how to get to dinner.

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And then we have had D and Urwa

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Isla Vela did a frog. Also talking about Jana

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and then we have robots have been one who's hurt and wash towel clean. Roll the two have been winners have an emotional team. This book is a one volume book, however, the topic is specifically on love. And so it's a book that he wrote for those who are

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have been afflicted with the kind of love that is held on.

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And then when we have Gela as ham if you follow a sauna, I highly announced in this book also one volume book.

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He talks about

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the virtues of ascending salah upon the Prophet sallallahu early he was in and then we have Tariq al Hijra team. What bad aside the team

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also a book on Ischia to knifes and how one can live a happy life.

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After that, we have keytab RW.

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This is a two volume book,

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a very famous book of immuno plugin, but the real amount of the scholars is

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say that it is a book that should be covered much, much later on. And that's why, as you can see in the order, I left it for later. And that's because there are some discrepancies in some of the things that you mentioned in this book, a row is the soul. So he talks about the soul and what is the soul and everything about the roof.

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After that, we have sheath that will lead femur saddle, and cobalt will cover will he come up with the alley? This is

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a more advanced book are talking about

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Elkader or cobalt we'll call them and why Allah subhanho wa Taala decrees what he does, but it's very beneficial.

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And so if you're claiming he talks about

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the many wisdoms behind the decrees of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. All right.

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After that, we, we can mention some of the

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works that we may not necessarily go through.

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Either because of the subject matter, it's too advanced or it's irrelevant,

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or because of how long it is, as I mentioned, so the first of these are and furusiyya and mohammedia. In this book, in local even talks about

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riding horses and the virtues of riding horses, and how to ride horses, right, unless you, you know, have an interest in that.

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It's not really as relevant to us today.

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And then we have Torok L, hopefully, for CSR. Assura. Yeah.

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Here he talks about how the judge the quality arrives at rulings. So this is a very advanced topic for someone who is advanced in the study of IP.

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And then we have is our dilemma and

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he had the Hyrule either a very famous book of evil cranium. And although this is very basic, and it's something that every Muslim should go through, the problem is it's very long, you know, five, six volumes. So perhaps we may go through it by summarizing it.

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And because of its importance, it's even translated in English.

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Basically, it goes through the life of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam in this book, and covers basically the entire head the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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After that we have Tehzeeb, a sunnah, or tehidy Sonam ABI Dawood. This is a short explanation, a commentary on Sunon libido, soon to be dealt with, which was one of the six books of Hadith.

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And then we have Baghdad, er, alpha, the alpha light, this is a more extensive book on filagot. So earlier on, we mentioned very early on, we mentioned a book of immuno claim called alpha it benefits. So this is more extensive. This is four or five volumes.

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After that we have a very famous book of immuno modality to Sally key, my dad edge, a Saudi King. Now, once again, this is a very, very important Book of Abraham.

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But again, it's very long, we're talking about several volumes. And because of its importance, it's been translated into English, a very recent translation came out recently.

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And so this is a very important book, going through topics of Teskey to nefs Teskey the nerves

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unless we summarize it and go through parts of it, we won't be able to go through all of it. After that we have

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a lamb and work Corinne and Rob belie LME Allah remote clearing and Rob Delilah. This is a very extensive work as well, in which location he basically gives guidelines to move things. So a Mufti who is answering people's questions and giving fatawa he needs to be aware of certain things. And that's why I have no claim he

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gives the title and the name for this book is Alam al morclean Hon Alameen. Guiding and teaching those who are signing off on behalf of Allah and also the mostly when he gives a threat to us, it's as if he's signing on behalf of Allah subhanahu wa

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after that we have HTML solution Islamia.

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Allah has been lot pillar when Jamia

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This is a book in which it will claim refutes in the those who deny the attributes of Allah de mer Tesla, the Jamia schapira. So, this is a very advanced topic

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in our period

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and then we have a solar I call Musella

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Allah Jamia one word pillar, again the same topic, the reputation of the Jamia and those who deny the attributes of Allah.

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And then we have al khair fear, a Shafia fill into soar, real fear car energy.

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Now, this book is also famous, but it is in the form of a poem.

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And this is known as loony yet ignore a year

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it's called New Media, because every line of the poem ends with the letter noon, it ends with noon.

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So, this is a very important book, but it's in the form of poetry, which becomes very difficult to understand unless you know, the Arabic language.

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Finally, the last

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the last book that I'll mention, even though there are more more books I did not mention, but the last one that we'll mention here is Hidayatullah hiring fee, we will tell you who won Nosara This is a book that Bill Clinton wrote, refuting the Jews and Christians so he goes through their, their beliefs, and it's basically a refutation of Judaism, and Christianity.

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So, these are the words that we're gonna claim this is the legacy that you're going to claim left behind.

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And so

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as I mentioned, we'll try to go through all of these books

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as best that we can ensure a level Tyler.

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One more point that I'll mention here, and that is

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that these are some of the more famous titles, there are many more out there. However,

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an important point here is that there are works that have been attributed to being Tamia.

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But they are not

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independent works. They are not books that he authored. And he titled he gave a title, but rather later on scholars and, you know, contemporary

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contemporaries today. They took from his more extensive works certain parts, and they made it into a separate book. And then it seems as if this is a separate book of your broccoli, for example, October whenever we the prophetic medicine, this has been translated into English but it's not a book that you wrote. Rather, it's taken from Zadie mad, it's taken from Zadran. And also, I'm tired of Quran, the parables of the Quran. This is not a book that it will claim rope. But rather, it was taken from

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a lamb and Walkley. And likewise, there are many other works out there that people think that these are books that you cannot claim authored. But in reality, they are taken from his books that we have mentioned.

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And so this is the introduction that I wanted to share with all of you today.

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What we'll do now is we will answer your questions,

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starting with many questions and inquiries that I had received before the start of this class. First of all, and the most important question, how will we be conducting this class?

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Basically, what I will be doing in sha Allah to Allah is I will be going through the original work of a proclaim the Arabic all of these books that we have seen.

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I'll be breaking up what he mentions

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in point form.

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And without going into a commentary, so I'm not going to be explaining and expounding on these works, because that would then take a very long time.

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And so the focus is to read the word

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Words of MLA without any commentary, only if some commentary is required, something that is, you know, difficult to understand, I'll explain it. But I'm not going to,

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you know, delve into it too much.

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And so I'm going to try to break it down point four. And, you know, I'll mention these points in the slides that I'll be sharing with you in sha Allah. And not all of these words have been translated into English. So it's best for you to simply follow what I explain.

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If there is an English translation of a particular book, then I'll mention it in the beginning, before we started that book, and so you can purchase it if you like. But you don't have to

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ask for the Arabic the original Arabic, again, if you are comfortable with going through it in the Arabic language, then you can do that you can purchase the the Arabic. However,

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I will mention here that I'm not going to be reading the Arabic. So don't expect me to read and go through, you know, the Arabic and then translate it because

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again, that's going to take very long if we do that.

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And, you know, it's not going to be as much a benefit to those who don't know the Arabic language.

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If you know the Arabic language, then my advice to you would be go through

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the Arabic on your own, and then come and you know, perhaps if there's something you didn't understand,

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it will be covered in these classes in sha Allah Tada. So that is how we will be conducting the class. Now, I may skip over certain things that

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are a bit more complicated, or maybe not necessary. Like for example, if it goes into the linguistic definition definitions of certain words,

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or he goes and delves deep into a certain advanced Miss ELA, of let's say, fifth or the Arabic language or otherwise, but I'm not going to skip over the main

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the main points that you mentioned,

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I'm not going to do that in sha Allah, I'm going to go through everything.

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And then like I said, later on, if we get to the more lengthier works, we can consider going through them by summarizing those works. So this is how we will be conducting this class.

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Which books will we cover? This question has already been answered the books that I mentioned in the particular order that I mentioned. As I said, again, we may switch the order here and there. And we may add something that I may not have mentioned, if it's a very small book that I may not have mentioned, I may add it.

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But generally, that is the order that we'll be going in. And those are the books that we will be covering in shallow time.

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What is the duration of the program? How long will this last? As you can see, these are a lot of books to go through

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volumes and volumes of books. And it won't be possible for us to give a deadline and say that, for us to go through all of these books, we'll be able to do in a couple of months or you know, in a year, it could take several years. You know, I cannot give a precise date night this is when we will complete.

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And that brings us to the next question.

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Can I attend for only some of the books? Yes. So you may find that it's too long, or you may become busy in the future. So you don't have to stay for all of the books. You know when we finish a book, you may say okay, I don't want to do the next book, I want to do the book after that, for example, or there will be people who will come and join us later and they will have missed

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some of the other books. So I will in sha Allah Allah mentioned obviously in the beginning that you know this is the next book that we will be covering and I will also advertise it and you can also share with your contacts and you know others who you think will benefit before we start another book. You can share it with your contacts and your friends and tell them that we are about to start another book.

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Will I receive an agenda

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and ijazah is basically

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do a chain going back to the author. And this is very common when it comes to studying traditional works of our scholars. And so I was asked this question. And so the answer is, yes, but not for all of the books. And that's because I don't have a jazz in all of the books. I only have a jazz in two of the books. And I will mentioned that in the beginning, before we start those books, that, you know, this is a book that has jazz in and if you stay with us for every class, then you will receive the agenda for that book.

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If I miss a class, will I have access to the recordings? Yes, these classes will be recorded.

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And I will share the recordings with you all in sha longtown. And what we're going to do is we're going to make a telegram group where it's a group only for us the students and I will upload the recordings there. So yes, in sha Allah, there will be recordings and if you miss a class, you will be able to catch up in sha Allah how to add. Now, one last point here and that is

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regarding tax receipts, this class is being conducted in collaboration with basura foundation, but sweeter Foundation is a registered Canadian charity. So the $50 Canadian dollars that you are paying for this class, at the end of the year, you will get tax receipt for that that will be helpful for you. But this is only for the Canadian students who will benefit from that.

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So this is basically what I wanted to mention. Next week, we will be starting our first book. And that is Anwar beetle sleep raffia. And it came up again. And why beetle Sahib raffia al Kelim Papa, yep. What is this book about?

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What subject matter does it deal with, we will talk about that next week in sha Allah Allah.

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this is a book I have a Jazza in so in sha Allah Jota Allah, those who attend will be able to receive an energizer for that. Now, this book has been translated into English.

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And I have seen more than one translation for it. The first is this translation that I have with me.

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It's called the invocation of God,

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the invocation of God

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and while below so you

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mineral calcium of plugin, and this is

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published by the Islamic texts society, Cambridge.

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This is a very academic the translation is very academic in nature. So sometimes it can be a bit difficult to understand. So the other translation that I have seen, I don't have it myself, but I've seen is, I expect it to be a more readable translation, easier to understand. And it's called remembrance of the Most Merciful remembrance of the Most Merciful, published my daughter sunnah in the UK, published by Dr. Sunette. In the UK, remembrance of the Most Merciful. So this is basically what we will be starting with next week in sha Allah with that.

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Alright with that we come to the end of today's session in sha Allah, Allah Allah we will see you all next week

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with our first book, and well below, so be it may Allah

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Subhana Allah who will be Hambrick a shahada, Allah, Allah, Allah and Mr. Furukawa to Blue Lake wa sallahu wa salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala Ali he was roughly Ultramarine was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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