Al-Mawlid: Celebrate Or Not Celebrate – A Closer Look

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terrarium fusina

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amin sejati Almudena

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Maria de la who Fela mobile Allah

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for my little fella hurt

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to Allah ilaha illallah wa de la sharika

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shadow Mohammed

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Abu who

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Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayyidina Muhammad in filler welline

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Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayidina Muhammad in fill in

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Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayidina Muhammad in film Allah Illallah Illa de

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My dear respected brothers and sisters in Islam as salaam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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Yeah Can we slide this way a little bit brothers please find yourself over here so Oh, the only slide

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Okay, all right, inshallah. Yeah, brothers, can you guys help me? Yeah.

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Okay, we'll just move the table Okay.

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All right.

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So brothers, if you can just pull over this way so we give our systems an opportunity.

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Today in July will

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lead me led by the will of Allah subhanaw taala

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First of all, I have to say that I'm very excited to be with you.

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This in itself yarning can take a whole lecture just to express

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my feelings again amongst my brothers,

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whom I love for the sake of Allah.

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And may Allah subhanaw taala reward you and keep PJ may have been I mean, a place where the hearts can find the affection amongst one another be delighted.

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We always make dua for you. And we always

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pray for this place to be a blessing place.

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Today inshallah I will

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address something that a little bit academic.

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So hopefully

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it will not be hard on some of you.

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And the academia here has to do with the subject of

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of the ruling on celebrating the birthday for sort of lost a lot.

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And I do understand that some of you may be pro monolith and, you know, it's your Polian.

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let's just look at Can we do that? Can we do that? in a field analysis

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of the text

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in no

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I'm trying to offend you or to impose my view on you.

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You will make the call at the end of the day whether it's something that you want to continue doing or not,

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I just want to analyze it for you from the text.

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The scholars of this oma from the old days

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produced what is known to be fit Maxim's

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what is a fifth Maxim,

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a foundation, from which you can derive

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a lot of ruling for different subjects in Islam.

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The maximum

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which is related to the subject of will mounted here

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and this is the one which I want you to memorize hopefully, today inshallah.

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It is called

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allow slow, fill a bad fit

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and huddle

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fill a bad fit

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and huddle elaborately

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when I'll slow, Phil additi.

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Ever had to elaborate that he?

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Shall I say this again?

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Can you memorize it?

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If you go home, memorizing this will make your life easy on a lot of issues.

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And I'll slow

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fil a Burger King and Hulu 11 deli?

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Well, I'll slow fill it. I'll either have to elaborate deli, what is the meaning of that?

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The basic rule,

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the origin,

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the foundation, once it comes to acts of worship,

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say no.

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Don't do it unless you produce an evidence to do it.

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To the contrary, once it comes to customs to habits, either

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things that you lose to do, go ahead and do it. If someone tells you not to do it, tell him produce that

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you're getting that

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shall I say this again.

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So, the basic rule, the basic principle or an origin

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every act of worship is forbidden.

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Anything that you do with the intention of worshiping Allah subhana wa Taala is forbidden unless you legislated with an evidence, you produce an evidence that I could do that.

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once it comes to what you normally do, customs happens everything is permissible.

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Unless I produce an evidence till you you cannot do that.

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The second half of the maxim is something that we do not need today, but we'll touch on it. So this way we covered the whole maximum inshallah.

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But let's deal with the first

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component in this Maxim normally for you to produce that maximum maximum and RBF for chi, chi chi that fully is a foundation that jurors

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produce in order to derive verdict for a lot of issues.

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For you to

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provide a maximum or to give a maximum like this, you must have an evidence for it from the Quran and the Sunnah.

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What is the evidence for that Maxim?

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Now who are the De Luca Lucha de vida peon?

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Okay, what is what is that Maxim to begin with? Let me quiz you so I can have some tea.

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So Can somebody say that state that Maxim to me again, in your own language the way that you understood it, you don't have to say literally

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Using my words

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no nothing nothing. Nothing new language

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as far as worship

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unless you prove evidence

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Mashallah, who else?

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Who else? Any volunteer?

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No volunteers

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I'll take you Yes brother in the back.

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Okay, can we have one sister?

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No sisters

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yes the see me. That's what you get

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Yes sister?

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The look at the sister brother. Look at me. I would mean yes.

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And what about custom?

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Yeah, the custom that happens.

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Do I have to look for an evidence to exercise my habits? No You don't?

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What is the evidence provided?

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Normally if you give evidence you begin with what?

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Part of law?

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Then what?

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Follow Rasulullah

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then what?

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Sahabi lotsa hobby? a companion.

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Or one of the views of the four imams or one of the Imams?

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In the trend. Don't say Kareem. opposites that's my evidence. Don't say that. There's always this guy but nobody.

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So carne Allahu Allah subhana wa Tada.

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What are feola What are to

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obey Allah and obey the message?

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Or oma Atacama? rasuluh for Hulu? One and a half man who center

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wherever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded you to do go ahead and do it. And wherever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade you banned you from doing do not do it? Is that enough evidence from the Quran one more enough? That is soon.

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Hadith Ayesha. amini Ravi Allah Juana. Well howdy Muslim.

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Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Man, death

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fee and Marina had

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malaise. I mean who are who are.

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Whoever introduces anything into that religion, which was not originally part of it. It will be rejected.

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There is another wording of this Howdy.

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Men army, Muslim as well. Men hi Mila. I'm Alan. Laser, ie a Muna for whoever, whoever acts doesn't act in Islam. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never directed you to act, it will be rejected.

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Enough for evidence or no? Clear crystal?

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Is it ambiguous or is it crystal clear? Crystal V

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for you.

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Let's take the statement of Abdullah have never sold.

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The live never showed is a companion the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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recommended him to take his head if you want men out there and yeah, Daddy, Daddy, Daddy Daddy Abdullah

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has a statement which is made of two lines of two words I'm sorry, it

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water depth data.

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Do you know what that means? Right? Follow? Do not own

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Whatever that data.

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Let's take one of the Imams remember Eric

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was talking about West Africa here.

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Lima Malik.

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He said,

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Rahim Allah

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and we know that he was living in Medina. He was teaching in Medina.

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He said,

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Kowloon. You

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mean who were your Illa Sahiba.

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You can say no to any person, regardless of how big his turban is. How famous he is, he can say no to him. That's wrong.

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The only one that you cannot say no to is the one who is buried right here.

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And he pointed at the grave of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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In reference, of course, very soon.

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He also made a statement

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Melania Khun Yama, Eden, Dena, Salah, Coolio, Medina,

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the fact that if it was not what you're doing now, if it was not a religion during the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam it cannot be a religion now.

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He actually made another statement that

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really, really

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He said, Men that Islamic Amara and nahu Hashanah *a desert and Mohammed and pat Horner Rizal.

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Whoever introduces an act into Islam and he thinks that this is good.

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He is making a statement you know what the statement is? Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has betrayed the message.

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Because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stood

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on the mountain in his field.

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And he said, Allah oma acmella to

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lacantina Today I have completed the religion for you.

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You know the verse

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or fill Hades, FEMA Gemma Oberon

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Mathura to me shaking your caribou, Camila LA, or you be able to command in law, a law i'm not i have not left the thing that will bring you closer to Allah, this thin you from hell?

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Unless I commanded you to do

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so when you come and introduce something into the religion, you're making a statement, what is the statement? Maybe the Prophet forgot to?

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Or maybe he was afraid to say it and

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that's exactly what you're saying.

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But this is the evidence for what you're in for a maximises for a verdict like this for you, are we good so far?

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Are we building up or building to something here?

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So establish the fact that we cannot do something unless we have a delete.

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What do you mean by that? He

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I kind of answered earlier.

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But the evidence, according to the jurists,

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some of it are agreed upon.

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And some of it are disputed or questionable.

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You can just use any evidence.

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Let's begin what is the agreed upon evidence is in the religion of Islam.

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Basically, a religious text from which he can deduce religious rulings gnosis

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So as

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to please Mina

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First of all, the Koran

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no question.

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Then next is what

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next is what should know.

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But we almost have to add what sound

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because we understand that there are some weak narrator narrations.

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There are some weak ahaadeeth out there so I'm gonna verify the authenticity of the evidence I provide from the Sunnah.

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Now there are two books

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the oma have accepted

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and there is what is known to be a silent consensus regarding their authenticity.

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What are the names of those two books?

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So al Bukhari Sahih Muslim

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if I tell you sigh elbow hurry

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but make sure that it's not one of the weaker

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because sometimes mentioned things that are not

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the Hadees he just making a statement.

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The most famous pieces

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he has in his book, that harbor that the Prophet tried to commit suicide

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but it's not a hadith is a statement of somebody

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has no chain of narration

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Sahih Muslim Of course, move on with it. What about the other books of Hadith?

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Do we reject them? No. You must provide

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a name of an expert of hardy who validated the text

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you're getting there

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so I tell you this honey Fisher any tirmidhi

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Mashallah, that's good. Who syndicated it.

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lol Barry Albury heirarchy a very heavy a blue Kathy. Many of them there are experts of Huggies

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who are good with verifying these narrators making sure that they are valid, legitimate. They are not think

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that is why you see the hubbies is compiled the sooner Aveda would wahoo

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and hassle era. So how sahoo il l banni. sahoo is the heavy sahoo l hacking packet.

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Sometimes, you may end up with an expert authenticating one heavy and another one What?

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Why? Because of the judgment they have over generators, someone labels this narrator to be

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good. And this one got information about the same narrative that

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is half and half.

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Then Consequently, the Hardys could go up and down. So now what if this happens?

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we go with the majority don't come and say, Albury and then I have to take Alderney from you know, that's not fair.

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If all the other

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even though he came later, and he has a good look better than the earlier experts, because the later you live they have the more command you have of the subject. But I think he got the point here.

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We're doing good so far. So we're done with with this one, what is number three, what they call a

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consensus that all the scholars agree to this.

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But be careful

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because a

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consensus has to be on the basis of an evidence.

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Well, there is another Maxim out there. It says

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elab be the lead. no consensus without What? Without an evidence

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Oberlander consensus of who

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is Mammon

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one of the most famous Blue Mountains in America, he comes out as a man on the subject What are you talking about?

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He may Yeah, because a lot of people do it that's what he means. No age man of the scorers not ajumma have

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very important

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one ball

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agreed upon even though I would say there is a dispute regarding its usage, agreed upon evidence, what we call key is what is clear analogy.

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So what is analogy?

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in half folk mean, the hoekman lailah Moshtarak.

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I'll make it easy for you. Just relax your brains. Chill.

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What is the ruling on marijuana? Even if you like it, just give me the ruling.

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What is the ruling?

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What is it?

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What is the evidence?

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Show me an evidence that what one has heard on there is no evidence.

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No evidence

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except what

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analogy? What is analogy?

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You have an existing verdict or ruling on intoxicants on liquor.

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So you join marijuana to liquor? Why?

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Because of what

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intoxication because marijuana does what?

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To the mind

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and he can apply this to work. That's why Islam is a very dynamic

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it's not just for the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam like some people say that's why Islam is to live what lead with what

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until the day of judgment

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or eradicate

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some of the Muslims are still under the impression that smoking is the slide.

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What is the ruling on smoking now? You know, smoking cigarettes not?

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Not when cigarettes saramonic

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savall food

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what is the ruling? smoking cigarettes nicotine?

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No, I'm asking you seriously, what is the ruling?

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But it used to be what?

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It used to be my clue.

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So how in the world did it move from this? Like, we know what the disliked is? Right? We know that what dislike is something that if you do it, you still good. But you're doing something that can bring you closer to

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heroin but still okay.

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You see, when when nicotine was introduced to the Muslim world, initially through Turkey, when Europe

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was living these dark ages, medieval age ages, you know, when Europe was uncivilized, and the Muslims were what

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several civilize the world turned around.

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So, you know, look at the uncivilized nation. They started

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smoking, this was smoking now.

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So cigarettes came into the Muslim world, from Europe, through Turkey.

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So that people started smoking it so they went what what is the ruling on that thing?

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What is this? Oh smoke comes out.

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So the school has looked into it and said, what does it do? Exactly?

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Will it makes your mouth stink

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and if you you know, if you smoke you stink. I'm sorry.

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But But you know what? You know what? a smoker will not be able to smell it.

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But a person who does not smoke

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and one of the most hateful, most

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In my life when I stepped in salah and a smoker next to me

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so they said using analogy the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said what if you eat garlic or onions

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don't come to the machine because of what

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he still can come but it's what it's about is the rolling this light

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so they said using analogy now we're gonna join smoking

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garlic and

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so the ruling is disliked you're getting that

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but later on

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the doctors

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said listen nothing kills man's not about a stinky mouth it actually kills How about you go buy a bag of cigarettes and guess what is written in the cigarettes

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note is not causes cancer now they say it will kill you

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imagine this it will kill you the people themselves I think the mood somehow they got them to do that that they live in the back of it will kill you

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find out the ruling using analogy has moved from what disliked what

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why? Because not about the bad smell anymore is about what

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you're killing yourself of that law says in the Quran while I

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am forsaken. Do not kill yourself. For what you're getting. Now analogy house analogy is analogy. But here is the disputed issue regarding analogy because we're gonna need this later on.

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We'll do good with time.

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I'm not going to chastise you today.

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But you're going to leave with something

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but you make dua for me

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that this agreement or the disputed issue regarding LTS well can you use it

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because for you to be able to use it you must understand the wisdom of what you're doing.

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The score are set then the only place you can use PS is in stuff like smoking like transactions, but not in the area of worshipping Allah, not in the area of the unseen

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can we use the US is the subject of unseen

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Can I say because Allah descends then Allah can do this.

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And this is by the way, one of the

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one of the subjects that open that gate of dispute amongst the scholars

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when you go to the cemetery and visit the disease

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does the disease know that you're there?

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What is the evidence?

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What is the evidence?

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You see, they use PS

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Okay, how do you feel Baba ignacy broke the law one whom the Hadith is authentic that when you go and bury someone that person he is the drowning of your feet as you depart

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so they said well, if he can hear at this time then let's apply another GPS then he will hear what

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we tell them no no analogy in methods of unseen you must have an evidence that state that he hears you when you visit him in the cemetery.

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You're getting there.

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So we cannot use analogy in subjects of unseen you must have an evidence for each case.

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Likewise, once it comes to act to force you

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you know that fight that we have as Muslims regarding Koran Han

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Shafi apostle Anthony's

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you know that he will who convene after the death of somebody and each one of them has one

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has a must have and they read what

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is in that book or on hand or something like that? No. Hard Yeah, video is recitation of the Quran on the on behalf of the disease.

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That's also

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in the subject of what

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is bad. What is the evidence there is no evidence nobody ever done that.

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But the people who legislate this they use what analogy

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what they say will Can you make dua for the disease

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is in an act of worship

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then the recitation of the Quran is an act of worship using analogy you can do that too as a no no no no no we cannot use analogy we're in a bad no

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you're getting that you're getting there. Are you with me? Make sense? Oh Allah

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made a very profound statements and I've thought I'm gonna lift my feet just to make my point cross. He said, If worshiping Allah subhana wa tada or acts of worship

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are based on analogy, then why being on the bottom of the fee would make more sense than why being on the

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winning when you do what do you Why

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do you walk on the top of your feet or you walk in the bathroom? What is the dirt?

00:36:10--> 00:36:15

It's really something has to do with what then the why we should be here not here.

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But it has to be with submission.

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There is one wisdom behind all data submission to Allah Subhana Mata

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and Omar also made a statement when he went and gets that black stone. I'm gonna kiss you I know that you don't benefit you don't harm.

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And I don't understand why I'm kissing you. But I'm doing this out of

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Can you tell me why why do we place the right hand and the left hand and masala Tell me why.

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What is the reason why?

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Savannah watan

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lolly will Hakeem commandingly.

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So the only place we can use analogies, which

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is the area of business transactions.

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dealings, the worldly things

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were good. So these are what can you name them for me?

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Come on.

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Don't just say soon.

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Sound authentic? soon. Three. consensus for

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analogy in the area of business transactions. Yes.

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That's another example.

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They use analogy way and they see they used to do this said, Well, we can do that. No. But this beside the point, let's deal with them only today.

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Are we good so far?

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There are other disputed evidence and they must come on the basis of this. So you must have that peranan soon as a foundation

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such as

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something that they call lists.

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And this is the one that we need. What is this data?

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Big Data?

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What's wrong with it?

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It's good man.

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People have fun.

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That's this next set and this is the one that I need. There is something called a lot of

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people are used to do these societal norms they call people are used to do it.

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There is something called listless ha,

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cola Sahabi all of these are disputed evidence. But let's deal with our subject here.

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First of all, I'm going to ask you for questions regarding the mobile.

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And please answer

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how many times did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam celebrate his own birthday?

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How many times

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did the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Jamia celebrate his birthday

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how many times

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The students have their companions celebrate his birthday.

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How many times that students have the students of the companion celebrate his birthday?

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When was the celebration of the birthday of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam introduced to the Muslim world.

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The second half of the whole century

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at the hands of the so called Shia Islam,

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at obedia Asafa, we're at one stage, Iran

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took over the Muslim Sunni world.

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They introduced all these things.

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And they stayed for a while, until that got established into the Muslim world.

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And that's how it got introduced.

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Later on,

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after they left, they ask some of the scholars What do you think about that thing that that people have been doing for the last 300 400 years? What is it all they get together on

00:41:22--> 00:41:29

on that day, and they read Quran and they they talk about the seal of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam?

00:41:30--> 00:41:32

Some of them said, it's, it's fine.

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On the basis of what

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is the asset, this is a good beta.

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But the most important question of them all.

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I said, hold those are free so far.

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When was the Prophet sallallahu? wasallam? Boom.

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We don't know. And I made this clear yesterday, the culture they don't care about that stuff.

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Yeah, would they have known that this will be a prophet he will be I think they would have kept one.

00:42:10--> 00:42:11

But they didn't know.

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All what we know about his verb salatu salam that he was born on a Monday.

00:42:21--> 00:42:26

They have the elephant the year that abraha came to the story the garden. That's all

00:42:28--> 00:42:30

some scholars said Chabad.

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Some scholars said Ramadan, some scholars said Ravi and

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as a matter of fact, we're 100% positive

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam died on that will of Robbie and

00:42:50--> 00:43:01

that they that he will celebrate his birth, which uncertain, but meanwhile, they are certain that he died on the 12th. So literally, you're celebrating What

00:43:02--> 00:43:02

is that?

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We already established that was not part of the deal, right?

00:43:13--> 00:43:17

Remember the evidence that we use? So it was not part of what

00:43:18--> 00:43:22

it was introduced later on? Right? We really establish that by

00:43:23--> 00:43:37

these scholars who said with a hacer una On what basis Did they say that? Those are the two questions I'm gonna answer and I'm gonna let you go home. You're gonna go home. And I'm trying to show you the light at the end of the tunnel so you don't get bored.

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Let's deal with the subject of bitter hazard. There is something in Islam called beta Hasson.

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Well, that would be the Hashanah comes from.

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First of all, there is no such a thing called

00:43:55--> 00:44:02

the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to stand on the bandwidth and he used to say in every sermon, basically

00:44:05--> 00:44:07

Waku Waku Waku

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every bit that is the misguidance.

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that will that will be the Akeem into the

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because they say almost said it's a beta

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two situations, one of them during

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the time of the Prophet and the other one during the time of Omar the alarm on

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the first situation.

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Sala Katara we

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at one Ramadan he breathed Torah we in the masjid, and the most

00:45:00--> 00:45:01

limbs braid behind him,

00:45:02--> 00:45:04

Jana, like we do not

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have a Muslim as I remember.

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He did this for two or three nights.

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Then he became afraid or concerned that if he continues, if you continue to do this, if he is

00:45:28--> 00:45:33

to continue to do this, Allah will make it mandatory upon us.

00:45:36--> 00:45:42

Allah will reveal it to be one because that's a lot of work. Imagine the 11 that are caused some people do so many now.

00:45:43--> 00:45:44

Mandatory that you have to do.

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So he decided to stay at home at night. braise Ayesha goes at home and he prays it inside the house.

00:45:55--> 00:46:00

Now when the he didn't show up every Sahabi started playing by him walk

00:46:01--> 00:46:10

in the machine and they kept doing this until he died Salalah Sadler and during the farm worker back was so busy with the fitness of

00:46:11--> 00:46:18

with their will was occur almost a lemma and all of that. Omar came he entered the machine and he saw

00:46:20--> 00:46:24

individuals praying. So he called upon Obi

00:46:26--> 00:46:31

Wan and he had him lead the Muslims in Salatu tarawih

00:46:33--> 00:46:34

lead them in solo

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and we look at one Imam and all the oma are behind him and he said nothing will be done.

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That could be done.

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What does he mean? He let the linguistic meaning of the VEDA.

00:46:54--> 00:47:02

The question that I want to ask you Did the aroma introduce this act to begin with or the Act was already introduced?

00:47:04--> 00:47:06

It's already introduced

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or not Oman?

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revived it because alemannia the obstacle for this to be done

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is no longer there. A law the revelation have worked

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normal revolution

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and if you feel if you don't like that explanation, I offer you another explanation about abuse area or the loved one apology when Harrison intermedio Sahaba Mojave foon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said well IRA can be so nutty follow my son was

00:47:49--> 00:47:57

Russia Dean Alma de Nam embody and the Sunnah of the rightly guided after me. Do

00:47:58--> 00:48:00

cling to it like this.

00:48:01--> 00:48:04

Is it isn't Norma rightly guided to another?

00:48:06--> 00:48:09

Yes or no? So I can take his son

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then don't come 1400 after the prophet and introduce something and say the Prophet said rightly god yes Allah rightly got it into the shame the show me evidence that you're right the guy

00:48:22--> 00:48:32

you're getting that. So are we clear with that? So Omar meant what? This is something that is new, but it was established in the religion.

00:48:33--> 00:48:47

The other situation where they get that sooner Hashanah or VEDA Hasina, the story of one mother. One day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sitting in the masjid. By all the sudden

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

a group of people entered into the masjid coming from a place called Moodle.

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And they look awful.

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They look like they have not eaten for days. And the clothes they are wearing is

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They need help.

00:49:10--> 00:49:15

When the Prophet sallallahu wasallam saw them like this he immediately asked Villa

00:49:16--> 00:49:17

make the other

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make the

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lead the salah

00:49:23--> 00:49:26

and after the Salah, he started the fundraising.

00:49:28--> 00:49:30

The sub the storage room in deanery

00:49:31--> 00:49:43

when the HMI when Boogey Man saw anything, please so we can help. Anything seems like this time was a very difficult time.

00:49:44--> 00:49:48

Here is the problem. You know, sometimes you get a fundraiser and he mumbles for an hour.

00:49:50--> 00:49:59

And you guys are not even responding Exactly. So Salah Salem keep reminding them and nobody stood up. They didn't have anything

00:50:01--> 00:50:08

They didn't have anything to give. But one of the people Phil unsought stood up.

00:50:09--> 00:50:11

And he went to his house.

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And he brought a blanket, placed it in the ground. And he grabbed anything that he had in his house, his house.

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And he tied it, and he brought it in his back. And he came in front of the prophets, Allah said,

00:50:32--> 00:50:33

here's my household.

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Now the rest of the Sahaba will be pleased with them.

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After they seen how this Have you

00:50:44--> 00:50:49

thought about it. Each one of them stood up, and he did exactly like him.

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

So he looked at him and he said, Man center, Phil is Levy, shouldn't

00:50:59--> 00:50:59

Canada who

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was a German Army lady, her Elijah metea, whoever introduced whoever initiates a good sooner

00:51:11--> 00:51:12

into this religion.

00:51:14--> 00:51:18

Everyone else who followed him, will receive the rewards of those.

00:51:20--> 00:51:25

Now the question again, I asked you that this companion innovate the act of sadaqa,

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or the act of sadaqa, was already established.

00:51:31--> 00:51:32

He revived it.

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That's what is meant, when you see that were

00:51:38--> 00:51:57

mentioned on the tongue of a scholar. That's what they mean something that is already established in the religion. And they are what they are revising it, it is erupting. It's like, everybody's clean shaven here. Imagine this.

00:51:58--> 00:52:05

And somebody reads it, man. This is mandatory. I have to do. And then he begins.

00:52:07--> 00:52:13

Work you doing this? Oh, seriously, read that. And everybody else what

00:52:15--> 00:52:16

we'll do like,

00:52:17--> 00:52:21

so who spend naturally, but is in the VLB is already in the religion.

00:52:22--> 00:52:23

It is in the religion.

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So we dealt with that. Now, let's deal with the last piece. So we send you

00:52:32--> 00:52:34

So even with lists,

00:52:36--> 00:52:36

with lists,

00:52:37--> 00:52:40

if you want to save it that has a new must visit on an evidence.

00:52:42--> 00:52:50

You must have an evidence to that. Yeah, I need the evidence. But the way that you derive the ruling from it is is art.

00:52:52--> 00:52:53

What did they use?

00:52:55--> 00:52:57

They use the following evidence.

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And they run their mouth by saying it's mentioned mirrabooka.

00:53:04--> 00:53:13

Yeah, it's mentioned in millbury. But hardihood musen. Look, call al Bukhari, you elbow Harrison

00:53:14--> 00:53:15

had death

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and hachimura luneta.

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Color had a natural

00:53:24--> 00:53:29

color. Bar Anna soubry. Color had destiny or water?

00:53:31--> 00:53:32

And then the text.

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So what is the chief here?

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

He's the one who connected.

00:53:39--> 00:53:42

He heard from an editor. So I

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

heard it from Missouri.

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heard it from all over.

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

Whose area?

00:53:55--> 00:53:56

Is he a companion?

00:53:57--> 00:54:01

No, he's not. He's the son of his new law when

00:54:04--> 00:54:07

an old one was born later.

00:54:09--> 00:54:20

So now there is a time between the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, let's say 50 years. So there is a disconnect here. This Hadith they could

00:54:23--> 00:54:26

not work because the chain has to end With what? With a companion

00:54:29--> 00:54:31

with a companion for it to be authentic.

00:54:33--> 00:54:33


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you can use

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play let's deal with the text.

00:54:41--> 00:54:42

What is the text?

00:54:44--> 00:54:49

a lab bass, the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw a dream.

00:54:51--> 00:54:52

What is the dream

00:54:55--> 00:54:59

he saw a bola have his brother in the dream.

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the uncle of the profits or loss? Alan?

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

How are you doing?

00:55:08--> 00:55:09

Is it Hill

00:55:11--> 00:55:12

except one day?

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Every Monday out of the week I get a break.

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Because when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born,

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I hate use the word slave, but that's the way it is slave girl. Her name is Eva.

00:55:40--> 00:55:52

She used to be working for him. She came running, giving him the Glatt tidy. Your brother had a boy, your brother had a boy, your brother

00:55:54--> 00:56:02

he became so happy that his brother Abdullah had a nephew is now having an interview. He said to her you're free.

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00:56:08--> 00:56:10

because I'm happy for the birth of the professor.

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And so joyful for the birth of the prophets of Allah.

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So he receives a break every Monday because of what a freeing what

00:56:23--> 00:56:28

the slave woman who brought him that black time of the birth of who

00:56:29--> 00:56:39

so is he here is somebody who's so he became so joyful because and we become so joyful because of his birth. That will attic This is an evidence that he used

00:56:41--> 00:56:42

you tell me

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

this is an evidence that he used to establish an act of force has nothing to do with it. First of all, first of all, this contract sorry.

00:56:54--> 00:57:04

The straightforward of the Quran what is the Quran says that any character who dies as a character will never be rewarded for anything that they do.

00:57:05--> 00:57:13

What are the main elements ami Minami Allah Naboo have men to

00:57:17--> 00:57:23

and after all, dreams become a source of legislation who saw the dream

00:57:25--> 00:57:26

saw that dream

00:57:28--> 00:57:30

lab This is in our best profit

00:57:32--> 00:57:35

only a profit when he sees a dream then it becomes

00:57:36--> 00:57:37

a revelation.

00:57:38--> 00:57:44

But anyone else? If you see 100 dreams giving you enough to pray

00:57:46--> 00:57:55

you're going to Jana holla. You're good don't pray you still gonna have to pray and if you don't pray, I'm gonna grab you from home and bring it to break. No, I'm just kidding.

00:58:02--> 00:58:05

One last evidence and they have gone home and other evidence they use

00:58:08--> 00:58:11

and that will invite back the subject of analogy

00:58:13--> 00:58:19

that's why it's going to be shown what evidence the subsea Mashallah

00:58:20--> 00:58:22

and we use that by the way,

00:58:24--> 00:58:35

the story of the fasting of Ashura. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam migrated from Mecca to Medina, he found that use fasting one day that

00:58:37--> 00:58:39

he asked them why are you fasting this day?

00:58:41--> 00:58:49

They said, this is the day on which Allah has saved Moosa and Benny Surah Al from the Pharaoh and

00:58:50--> 00:58:58

Moosa fasting that they to show gratitude to Allah.

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For sama, huzzah shukran Lila.

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So those who use that evidence what they are saying,

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they are saying that,

00:59:14--> 00:59:18

to show that you're grateful for something you could fast

00:59:19--> 00:59:21

and fasting is an act of worship.

00:59:22--> 00:59:26

If we use analogy, we can do other things.

00:59:27--> 00:59:28

We can sit in the machine,

00:59:29--> 00:59:31

we can play the drums,

00:59:32--> 00:59:37

we can dance, we can eat sweets, we can mix.

00:59:39--> 00:59:40

So using analogy.

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First of all to use analogy in that area. No, we say no, either. No. We cannot do that.

00:59:51--> 00:59:52

Up to this

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day fashola is knowing

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what is Ashura.

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The terms of what

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but do you know when the Prophet was born?

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Add to this, we say to those who love Rasulullah

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go ahead and celebrate his birthday by fasting.

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And you know what? You're not going to do it once a year.

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You will do it four times a month.

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Just fast every Monday If you really love Rasul Allah

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because Allah Allah, Allah was asked,

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Why do you fast Monday, Mondays? He said, this is the day on which I was born. And this is the day on which the revelation came down on me. So go ahead. You love

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her fast every Monday.

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You end up celebrating his birthday four times a month, four times 12 is what?

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48 moly.

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Not just 148

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if you love Rasulullah Dre Phaedra nature in the machine.

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If you love Rasulullah

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keep up with the commands of Allah. If you love rasulillah

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be like him pertaining to his characters. If you love Rasulullah

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I can sit here and name a lot of things that you can show. But again,

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we live in a culture. We live at a time when people confine your expression of love towards somebody. His birthday.

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Oh, he remembered me and my birthday. You must love me.

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That's the mom. Oh, my son remember me on Mother's Day, he called me he must love me. But throughout the year, he cared less about her.

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You see, that's a whole different set of culture that we have nothing to do with it. I wouldn't risk my case. I know that was a little bit hard and a little bit heavy on the morning. But I thought about switching your mind a little bit in Java. And I hope I did some service to you.

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May Allah subhanaw taala we do have a lot of questions in the back. Maybe you can one of the brothers bring them from the sisters, please. And then we'll answer these questions but you're free to go if you feel like going you can go you're free. I release you.

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Yes, if you have questions from the floor, go ahead. But we do have questions written by sisters out there

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don't forget to brush her off if you're gonna leave.

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That's a lot of questions.

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I know other Muslim who is looking to this to refer to Islam.

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An area that he has questions

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is around Quran vs Hadees. As you said, the Hadith contains statements that are not

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backed by accounts of it happening.

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I think I know what you mean.

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I think I know the essence of a question.

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Sister whoever asked this question.

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One of the

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the people who studied Islam

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to become a missionary

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in rural Africa and

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try to confuse Muslims about the religion so they are not studying studying Islam. Just for the sake of

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reverting to Islam or accepting Islam.

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Historic the science of Hadith we have a science called el mal Howdy.

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The science of hygiene

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that how

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color Rasulullah the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said was transmitted from one generation to another.

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It blows his mind. You know what he said? Yeah, hoomin de la de la jolla water religion. This is

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what is this

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I've never seen anything like that.

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Look at the New Testament they have Mark Luke and john they have a change transmitters who who transmitted this? We don't

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we don't they actually use what is known

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in the files of Howdy, Sierra. Tommy, they tell you the mark according to Luke, and he will say oh we

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it was narrated, was narrated, who narrated come here was it was narrated. This is a second in the code as sickening chain

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because it's not accepted

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when the hadebe was compiled

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99 years after.

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So 99 minus 1089.

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During the time of Omar Abdulaziz Rahim Allah

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He called upon an imam of Hadith holders ovary he said let's combine the Hadith

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so now

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How did they end up doing it?

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For any Hardee's to be authentic? You must have changed transmitters. So zuri or anyone else that has Louie Vuitton char must have heard it from what

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and that chain must end with

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with us a hub

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Not only this, we must know who are those people.

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He can say I heard that Hadith from via who heard it from a smile word from a man who is tayyiba whose main data come come who saw him.

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What is his name?

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Where did he live?

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What did you do for life for living?

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What's his reputation? Like was he known to be I'm sorry to be a liar. of someone who tells the truth.

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You're getting that.

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This is something that they call a more rigid

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the knowledge of the men. The men who transmitted the Hadith they have books of them

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like you go and you read this had he had the chain okay? This man

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that would deem Sabri. Okay, let's be open. What is the index t t t? Okay, tragedian Sabri, he lived in that place. And he used to do this. And he used to do that.

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But how did he meet the other guy? How did they meet? This guy lives in America and the other guys in Egypt? No, no way they could have met.

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Just Just to show you.

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You know,

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Allah subhana wa tada has used those people to protect the Sunnah of the prophet of sentiment. And, and some of them were so much into this.

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To the extent they asked him, Mika was,

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what is your wish?

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You know, he said,

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they didn't Holly, what is not?

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Imagine his wish in life is to have an empty home.

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No wife, no kids, no responsibilities, and a higher chain.

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What does he mean by hash chain?

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Let's say that emanate, and between me and the Prophet that are full by the land, what is your name?

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Check. So between me, let's say check is the companion. He heard from the Prophet.

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So between me and the Prophet, how many 1234

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so his wish is to take one of those people out.

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Of course check is is to Bradley checker is no longer the Sahaba is a companion and probably also a bobak.

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So my only chance is

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so that I could say, well, I heard that from Bill so I'm taking a walk.

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Get out of here.

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So I'm closer to who

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you're getting there.

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So one time I'm sorry, I'm gonna have to play this for you. One of them was in Egypt, one of the transmitters was in Egypt

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Bilal have to be in Iraq.

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Emerging he traveled from Egypt to Iraq on a camel

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In order to achieve this that's why the Warcraft family

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so he travels he went to Iraq now my my intention is to pick five.

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So I could say he told me he heard it from

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from the Sakai. He heard about three between knock

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knock knock on the door

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What is ease in the form?

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So we went to the farm

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and he so we're doing this to his was

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you know horses horse right away

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and he's trying to get the horse back to straighten the horse

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you know, right? There is nothing here.

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So he said, What are you doing?

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I'm trying to get that horse to ride with a horse.

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Just Just to show you

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is this there is actually a theory out there that they call Hawaii will Moreover, just to show you what it's

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like it's extremely cold out there. And that narrator is wearing a T shirt and open the season no way I'm gonna think they're hiding

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so you must have won certain standards

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to be admitted.

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And people used to give the light you know imagine imagine what what one of the one of the narrator's

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I don't recall his name, but I know his story quite well.

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Very famous in a lot of hobbies.

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And then towards the end of his life, you know, when you grow old a little bit, you start

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like you come and see, you start forgetting a word or two because you have to say what

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you have to have have you have to be happy.

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So towards the end of his life, he started forgetting and he started acting like you know, an old man. So his daughter

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booed him inside the house a lot.

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She did not. She loves she actually did great benefited because of this guy goes out and he starts narrating the disguise. They will reject what

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the stuff that he even that he would he was what? Because you will have a very hard time distinguishing what he learned when he was out. And what he narrated when he started work. So his daughter said you're staying inside the house. You're not going up until you're done. I'm gonna serve you take care of you and

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because you worked hard for this.

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You tell me, you know, he got to have the time to explain to those people that that exactly like Allah subhanho wa Taala preserved the Quran. He preserved the Sunnah. Likewise,

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so done with that.

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based on the evidence you just mentioned about the month of Ashura that Prophet Musa alayhis salam fasted one day, but why Muslims fat three times, which is every 1314 and 15 of the month

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is saying Juma, mubaraka, innovation.

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Well, fasting, the 13th and the 14th. And the 15th is another sooner that you can do you see during the month, we can do

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Mondays and Thursdays.

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He can do three days unrestricted, they can choose,

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he can do the 13th or 14th or 15th.

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If it is the amount of harm comes in the day of Ashura,

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if it is the month of the hedger comes the day for

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Correct. Those are two different things. They are not related whatsoever. Juma moussaka is a bit that has nothing to do I don't know where they come that every Juma is mo Baraka, there is no need to say that.

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It is the last question. During the last days of Ramadan, I saw a gift box that had a mug, candy Canty candidates all in aid decorations. I was in Egypt and wanted to purchase one for my mom as I was too young to purchase it.

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myself I asked my friend to she send it send that she said that this is similar to what the Christians do giving gifts and it shouldn't be doing that too much it's okay you can you can give gifts tonight

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we should be able to do that there is nothing wrong with that. I mean we shouldn't use Christmas decoration if this is what you're concerned about

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but we could give gifts on a day in Sharla and that's okay okay we're done okay

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no legitimacy whatsoever because our association and breathe in so many places we never heard that he used to carry a lock with them

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is asking about the fact that Shiite Muslims they removed the

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the fact that you need to have Iraq and whether that truck was the rocks are coming from the river they bring it from

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we'll token of rocks sheet of paper is something but we know that the solid braid on the ground on earth and multiple times more than one time. So the question is about that they try to use at one stage the professor amused some sorta I have to verify this this hadith if they say it is it then go ahead. Yeah, so look, this is

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this is this is Oh my god.

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I'm getting tired.

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Okay, so pray your sarup in sha Allah and make dua and desert maloca and we'll see you tonight. Yes.

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Two seconds, three seconds. 123

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Okay, here you go.

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So welcome brothers. As you know, the term of the Shura has come to an end in

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planning elections already next year in Java two