Lessons from the Anbiya #08

Mirza Yawar Baig


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Bismillah Alhamdulillah Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala chirpin a BA even more studied.

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Muhammad Rasul Allah is Allah Haile he RYLA Allahi wa sahbihi wa salam just Lehmann cathedra and cathedra Hamada, my brothers and sisters Alhamdulillah

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we are talking about the

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marriage of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam or marriages and off them. We are talking about the two which the orientalist and the Islamophobes

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always latch on to

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these other two which are the marriages of sort of a sort of send them with our mothers say the Ayesha Siddiqa dalla Han, and Xena been jehoash Are the Allah on ha

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ha Siddiqa. Della and her was the daughter of his best friend and his greatest companion, the chef of the Sahaba, the leader of the Sahaba Abu Bakr Siddiq about the alarm on who, who succeeded Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam

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as the first Amin as the first Dida after his passing away and her name was Aisha bint Aviv, we work on the Aloha.

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is also known as a silica because of another incident in her life. Of course, we are not going into that just now. Because we are

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looking now at the

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looking at her

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at an America second person Zenit, Zainab bint geohash

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on the Allahu anha.

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She was the cousin of also realized reseller they sister of,

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of the loving jazz or the Allahu Anhu

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who was one of the greatest Sahaba officers of Solomon who passed away he died Shaheed in the hospital or HUD in the battle.

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Now interestingly, these two marriages out of all the marriages of Rasulullah Salem, were divinely ordered Allah subhanaw taala about the marriage of Xena for the Allah Allah. Allah subhanaw taala and so Tara has ever looked around and I said what is the only Lily anomala huali One I'm tally I'm sick Erica zoologia What tequila what to fee fee that's the gum Allah who move d he will duction

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wala who have gotten Daksha who, for alum hada Z doesn't mean her water runs always NACA li que la Hakuna meeny in a halogen fi as well at the IEA him is a follow me in one Ouattara work on Amarula Hema for older

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Maracana Island V mean hydrogen female follow the law who level so not Allah He fillerina Hello, Min Kabul, work on Amarula he got from Nakamura, Allah subhanaw taala said in Surah rasa and remember when you said to him to save in hydrophone, the free was a free it's a slave of Rasul Allah himself

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on who Allah has bestowed grace by guiding him to Islam. This is one of the great

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one of the providers they've been highly thought of the law that he's the only person mentioned by name only Sahabi mentioned by name in the Quran. And Allah subhanaw taala says that Allah has graced and bestowed His grace and remember and remember when you said to him that is I've been heard he's heard the fried sale slave over salsa, Salah man whom Allah has bestowed grace,

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my guiding him to Islam and you owe Muhammad to summarize Selim, have done favor on him by freeing him. You said to him, keep your wife to yourself and you fear Allah.

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But you did hide in yourself that is what Allah had already made known to you, that he will give her to you in marriage

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that which Allah will make manifest, you didn't fear the people that people would criticize him. If he you know if he married the

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um the the the woman that is

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that they've been had is divorced and I will come to that in a minute.

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you didn't fear the people that people would criticize him whereas Allah had a better right that you should fear him. So when they had accomplished his desire from her that is divorced her, we gave her to you in marriage so that in future there may be no difficulty to the believers in the in respect of marriage.

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Of the wives of their adopted sons, when the latter have no desire to keep them that is after they have divorced them. And Allah subhanaw taala has commanded must be fulfilled. There is no blame on the messenger in that which Allah subhanaw taala has made legal for him. That has been Allah's way with those who have passed away of the prophets of all, and the Command of Allah is a decree determined. Now Allah subhanaw taala commanded also Elijah salam to marry his enemy geohash

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as El Dorado who wanted to establish the fact that there is no adoption in Islam and that an adopted son or daughter does not become like your own son or daughter, they do not take your name, they do not inherit from you. They retain their, the name of their biological father

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and inherit from the biological father, they do not inherit from you. And that is why, on a side note, if you do adopt, within quotes adopt, because in Islam, there is no adoption. Meaning if you take an orphan, for example, and raise that orphan as your own child, this is a highly commendable thing to do. This is a wonderful thing to do, highly commendable, highly recommended, but understand that this offer is not your child will never be your child. So you cannot, he will not or she will not inherit from you.

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Therefore, you must give that child whatever you want to give him in two ways. One is while you are alive, you give it to them. Second way is that you bequeath for them from 1/3 of your estate which you are permitted to bequeath, as per your wish, the rest of the estate, the rest, two thirds of the estate will go to your legal heirs, as per the Islamic Sharia, which will be your other children who have them, which will be your spouse, which will be your parents if they are alive and so on. So, this is a very important thing to understand also, you must understand that if you have taken a child like this to raise, then when that child attains puberty, then the rules of hijab will become

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will come into force and the child and whichever of the parents of the opposite gender must do hijab before each other.

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Allah subhanaw taala in this particular case also took care of the feelings of xavion Haritha by mentioning him by name, many years later says in our little kaptara that will give a greater share of view of booty, greater share of the booty of war to savage as the sun off.

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They've been hated. On which his own son Abdullah bin Omar commented, say that Amara didn't reply life Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam loved him more than he loved you. And Allah loved his father more than he loves your father. And his father is mentioned in the Quran and not your father. So this is the also the other the justice and the wisdom of our criminal Khattab. Allahu

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so this was the marriage of wrestlers and Hassan to sign up and Josh, Zanna. Delana was so conscious and proud of this marriage that she said that my Nika has been done in the heavens, Allah subhanho wa Taala or found Monica to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, and it was not done on the earth.

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Now the marriage of Rasulullah sallallahu is out of the law is one of the biggest favors of Allah subhanaw taala. To this ummah.

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Offer also realized

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it would have been a disaster on the Ummah If this marriage had not happened. I should have

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had the mind was scholar and was inquisitive and used to ask him questions. She had a relationship where she used to ask him questions where other Sahaba would simply follow whatever he said it would not be different to inhibited and to intimidated not because he was intimidating but because of the respect and the oil and the majesty of the Rasul Allah is Allah. They will not dare to ask anything

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to him out of there all and respect for him. Especially they will not disagree they will not ask a question which might sound like disagreement and so on. So they will keep quiet now our

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who said when Rasul Allah doesn't have passed away, he said I lived with Rasul Allah is on Salaam for so many years, and was so close to him, but I could not describe him to you if you asked me because I always kept my gaze Lord, and never looked directly at his face. This is a disbarred from a part of our culture, part of our

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raising to treat elders with respect.

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The Sahaba had a level of respect for a solo Selim that was unmatched. I shall dwell on how on the other hand, being his wife and his most beloved wife had a special place and she took liberties with him, with others dead not as a result, we know more from her about him, than from anyone else.

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Now about the age I shall Delana when.

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And also, as I said, America is a matter of dispute. The traditional view has been that she was six year old, six year old when the marriage was contracted, and nine when it was considered. However, this view has been disputed from the earliest time by no less than 30 and even Nicosia, the famous classical historians and the scholars of the ummah.

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I will put the link in this description of this video. And you are of course welcome to make up your own mind. Now,

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the issue here is not the history and not the

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you know who's right and who's wrong. So you're welcome to accept it or not accept it as you wish. But the issue here is with respect to

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our belief in Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam as being divinely guided, and as doing only what Allah subhanaw taala permitted him to do.

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So as far as we Muslims are concerned, obviously, he will not Allah would not have allowed him because it is not permitted It is haram in Islam to

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to marry or to have have a physical relationship with a girl or a boy

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who has not attained puberty so they have not if they're not mature, the physical relationship is haram. Now, therefore, there are soldiers SLM could not possibly have done that. If, on the other hand, if I just said that the law was mature at the age of nine, and therefore, her parents had no no issue with that. So as a result, I've had no issue with that she herself had no issue with that none of the people of the community of the time had an issue with that, then who are you and I do have an issue with it? Number one, number two, is as far as we are concerned, we believe that he is divinely guided. We believe that whatever he did was as per the order of Allah subhanaw taala. So we

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accept what he did.

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We don't question it, because it's none of our business. It is in his life. It is not a rule in Islam. And it this his, this marriage of his two agencies that are the Alana is in the same category as his marriage to more than four women. So it is something specific to him, it is not it does not mean now that somebody can go and marry a nine year old girl or something No. So therefore it is not something which is of where we need to worry about all this. And we believe in the Russell so therefore, we believe in whatever he said and did. And as far as we muscles are concerned, the matter is over.

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Now, from an historical perspective, somebody wants to research somebody wants to find out most welcome. And obviously, they don't need our permission to do it. And we neither give permission nor be denied because there's no it's none of our business. Now suffice to say that say that he was a very remarkable person to whom we Muslims or more than we can ever repay. Her age is not important a contribution to Islam is her legacy. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to reward her in keeping with his majesty and grace.

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I was calling us the other day say that we owe as much as 25% one quarter of our deen to HMRC. The

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seniors I have a much older than her used to come to her for an hour for religious rulings

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on various matters, even though she was much younger than they were because they recognized her knowledge and her unique position of being a confident of Rasulullah Salah and by being one of his finest students. She is among the top narrators of Hadith so that it is impossible to study effect without studying her opinions and comments on

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so many matters.

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Just to give you the

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you know

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score of it is the number of a hadith narrated top narrators or whatever the Alonso narrated 5000 Plus I had these Abdullah Omar Rajala and who are the Lanois narrated 2600, a hadith and as we Malika the Allahu narrated 2002 86 and ISIS in the Columbia Law related 2200 So this is a

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this is a huge, you know, body of knowledge, that Alhamdulillah

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ISIS is the kind of Delana thanks to her that we have this knowledge.

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My brother says Alhamdulillah we follow a religion which is divine.

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We follow religion based on a book,

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the author of which is Allah subhanaw taala himself.

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The book itself came as the spoken word, and was first heard, and then recited and then heard, and then only later it was

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recorded as the written word.

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All this happen in the life also relies on a solemn himself. So when I say late, it's not much later during his own life. And he salaam, the scribes of the Quran, they would write down whatever they heard from Rasulillah Salam, and they will read it back to him and he would confirm that what they had written was correct. And they did that with the Quran. And with the Hadith, they did that also with the explanations of the Quran, with his teachings that used to teach them and they will recite them back they would they would, they would record them, then they will read them back to him. And he will confirm that yes, this is this is what I said. And then it will be taken forward. So the

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Quran and the Hadith were both recorded and confirmed by Rasul Allah, as I said him during his lifetime, so if anyone tells you that the Quran was recorded in his lifetime, but the Hadees were recorded 100 years, 100 years later, they are talking nonsense. That's that statement is a sign that these people were to say that is an ignorant person has no idea of history, they must read it.

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one day,

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in the seventh century, something absolutely momentous,

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something which had so much incredible significance, that it is impossible for me to

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explain that significance to you in a way that deserves that that significance deserves to be explained.

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What was happening, the happening was that a window opened in the heavens and God spoke to man, Allah subhana wa dalot spoke to Rasul Allah He Salah Salem, to the means of delivery Allah the salat wa salam came to the Sunnah Selim, in His original form, and not in the form of a human being, as we know, he used to do from time to time one of the most famous times was a what is known as heavier derail when he came in the form of a man

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on that day, during salaam came to Rasulillah Salam, he hugged him, he said to me, Accra, he said, Read, and this was an asylum said, I do not know how to read. So Julius salaam hugged him to his just rustlers and salam said I thought I would die. I thought I would. I wouldn't build a heater I couldn't breathe. I thought, I'm going to die. He helped me for so long. Then he released me in that era. He said I cannot read then he did that again. This happened. This happened three times. And then Jubilee CERAM recited the first ayat of the Quran

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which we all know.

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It cannot be smeared up because the HELOC HELOC Collins and I mean eCola water bucola Karim Allah the I live a bill column. I live in Santa ma la mia I live in sort of the first five I had read in the name of Europe, who has created all that exists. He created man from a clot

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which is a piece of thick coagulated blood. He said read and your Rob is the most generous

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he taught man

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writing by the pen

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and he taught man that which he knew not

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Hola li or lemma below Kala, Allah money in Santa Maria. So Elijah Salam was terrified. Obviously you can imagine what his state may have been he had been.

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He had been here confined himself he was in a photograph in the, in the car era

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in the cave of Hira, he was by himself secluded himself, away from his family away from his family society.

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And we don't know exactly how long that particular period of ethic affords us to do that quite often. And sometimes you will be away for as long as three weeks and more. So this particular period, I don't know how many, how long he had been away. But that's when God Salam came to him. So he didn't really understand he didn't he did not really understand what had happened.

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As soon as this experience was over, he came down from the mountain he rushed home to Khadija della one ha his wife, mother, and he was shooting as if he had a high fever, and he said, was Amuro, Nizam he said, cover me cover me. He saw he lay down, she covered him. He was afraid that it was a gin that he had seen and he hated everything to do with gin. And with with gins and saucers. He explained to her what happened to him.

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He explained to her what had happened to him. But she said Allah subhanaw taala will not forsake you and I listen to this carefully. She said Allah subhanho wa Taala will not forsake you because you support the needy, you help the poor, and you are generous to your guests. Now, think about this, all these are matters of o'clock. She did not say Allah will not abandon you because you worship him so much. And you seclude yourself in the game when you are unethical enough, and so on. And so you make someone's addicted students any of that he did all of those things. What she said was his behavior and his treatment towards other people. Now this shows us how important of luck is, the

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shoulders shows us how important manners and behavior is.

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She took him to Wanaka we know who was her cousin related to her. And she told us to explain to one time enough on what had happened.

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When as soon as an asylum related the whole story worker we know well said this is Alma Musa Akbar, the greatest engine who came who descended on Musa and remember him what have

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been noval Alonso, he made the comparison with Musa alayhis salam and Nagisa Elisa. And then he said, I wish I was young so that I could help you when your people will drive you out of your land. Baraka when no one died before rasuna

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analysis Islam

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later on was also salam said that the law he died on Islam and Allah subhanaw taala will give him Jana inshallah.

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And that's why I said, welcome in no follow.

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Up question is when he said that people will drive you out of your land, also questioned him and he said, will they drive me out of my land? Now it was, it seemed to him such a strange thing to say because he was the most beloved of people and from the most noble family, and he lived in a culture where it was impossible to drive anyone out of their land or tribe. This was simply not done. It was not part of their culture. They never did anything like that, or account of the law. No, he said anyone who presented

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he said to him, anyone who presented his people with something similar to this was driven from his land. And this is because the conflict is between truth and falsehood between good and evil. Between ALLAH SubhanA wa Dalaras orders and shaitan

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THESE WORDS OF WATER COVID Nofal. One an early warning for rasool Allah Selim, that his work would not be easy.

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As I mentioned, it's interesting that work we know when

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compared Rasul Allah salon to Musa alayhis salam and naughty Chalisa. And there are some good reasons why he did that. If you think about this,

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if you take the lives of Musa alayhis salam and Isa Salam and see which compares better to resource Salam,

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Musa alayhis salam was shot so he would say was Sharia. He came with a Sharia. He came with a lot. He came with a book The torah, the torah. He said he Salam came to reinforce the Torah. He came to the Bani Israel to the people of Musa alayhis salam

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He himself was a Jew. And he came to the Jews to reinforce the Torah and to reinforce the law which Musa alayhis salam brought So Musa Al is Allah was a lawgiver is or Islam was one who supported the law. Number two, Musa al Islam is birth

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was natural he had a father and a mother.

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He grew up he lived.

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He fought in the Battle of Allah subhanaw taala he lived a normal life. He had a home he had a wife.

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He fought in the bath of Allah subhanaw taala he had friends he had enemies and so on. And he died a natural death

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easily Salam was different in all of the respects. He Salah salaam birth was miraculous. He said he surrounds birth was a sign of the of the of the

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whole rotten decree creative Majesty of Allah subhanho wa taala. He sadly Salam had no father is Ali salaam mother gave birth to him immaculately as a sign of the creation of Allah subhanaw taala

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is that Islam did not die a natural death is Ali Salam was raised to Allah subhanaw taala and one day inshallah Salam will return to the earth, and then he will marry and then he will have he will die a natural death. And this is at some time in the future which Allah knows best.

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So the comparison of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam to Musa Ali Salam, if you look at these instead of whistling salah. It fits very well because Mohamed Salah Salem also came with a book, he also came with a law, His birth was natural, he passed away he died a natural death.

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He lived he fought in the Battle of Allah subhanaw taala. He had he traded he he did all the normal activities of any normal person, which Musa alayhis salam also did. He said he was not a normal person in the in the sense of a normal person. He was very special. He was a sign of Allah subhanaw taala he was a sign of the great and glorious Majesty of Allah subhanaw taala. So

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I'll work on the novel.

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Now the law he compared Rasulillah salam to Musa alayhis salam. And that is why this comparison is is very

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Now the message of ekra is to read and recite for a surah Salam it was to recite. And for us it means to read the as we know the first word was revealed the first word revealed was Accra. Now we are an ummah, that learns and reads, This is our this is or at least was our,

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our hallmark and our signature.

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So that's why we did this for centuries. And for some reason we seem to have forgotten. The command era for us means to read and learn and study. Now these words made a people

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the Arabs of his years, and later the people of the Middle East or North Africa, who did not have who did not have a rich literary history. And we're mostly illiterate,

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or unlettered, the made this one word Ikara. made them the scholars of the world

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are classical. Our classical scholars are unique, and they have no resemblance with the scholars or any other people of that time or later. For example, Imam Bukhari, Raja Lally memorized 250,000 quarter of a million I had these of Rasulullah Selim with their chains of narrators.

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Now, interestingly he was, it is say in the Makati Sharif, there are 2062 a hadith which he extracted from this 250,000 and more. And now he was challenged by the scholars above that, when he published his a he and he accepted the challenge. So they what they did was they picked 10 scholars, who each took then I had these from, say Bukhari then in a huge gathering, each one changed one word or phrase in each Hadith and quoted it to Imam Bukhari saying in your book you have said such and such. So, that is 100 ahaadeeth. Ie Joe which had been altered to test remember carry

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him around because the response to each of them was I have not said that. Then, when all the 100

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I had these had been all the 10 scholars there had this is all the 100 Hadees had been

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mentioned. Then Imam Buhari called each color

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intern in sequence

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who had misquoted him and then he said you quoted me as and he narrated the Hadees

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as quoted by that scholar with that mistake with that change.

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And then he said the actual Hadith recorded in my essay is an integrated the correct Hadith. So think about this. This means that Imam Bukhari heard someone say something only once, and he memorized it, and he repeated it to that man in that order. And it was in the order that it was said to him, so

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you said this, and he recited the thing wrong. And then he said, but I said this and decided it right. And he did that with 100. I had it in sequence with all those 10 scholars

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were amazing, amazing kind of memory, and scholarship.

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A Shafi or Remo Lightoller used to cover one page, if he was reading a book, he would cover cover one page, because he said that he memorized everything that you'd hear this photographic memory. And he said, I used to memorize, he will memorize everything he read. And he didn't want information to get mixed up. The very interesting story of Yama zafra, Denali, one, on one occasion, he was traveling with his students, when they were caught in a flash flood. So imagine the, on the mounts, horses or camels, whatever, whatever it was. So they

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had the saddlebags, everyone was happy with our saddlebags he had a lot of books,

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special special books that used to that he wanted to take with him on this journey. So all this now imagine those days, there was no printing press, there was no you know, waterproof paper, when these were all handed, it would ink. So in the flood, flash flood, when they were caught in the flat for they are they're tumbled up and down and so on. And, you know, eventually they managed to escape from the flood. And then they all gathered and so on, and, you know, their

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animals and their luggage and baggage and whatnot. And then he's got his students came to him in tears. And they said to him, they said, Yes, all the books have been destroyed with obviously the, you know, the water got into them. So, all the ink is gone, spirit. Books are destroyed.

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He didn't say anything, he just listened to them, he smiled. So this is very strange. I mean, you know, all those, these books, and there's only single copies, we didn't even have any copies of them.

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And they're destroyed. And you one, you don't even look bothered, I mean, you know,

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you always have around to La they said, Bring paper, bring a pen. And he said, sit down. And he then he said, this book, this is the title, my so and so, start writing. And he during the course of that journey, he dictated to them

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all the books that are that had been destroyed. So all those books he had read, and they were in his memory, and he merely

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recited them back to those people. Imagine what kind of prodigious

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capacity that ALLAH SubhanA den had given.

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Another of the classical scholars were very naughty. He wrote an encyclopedia of 300 volumes

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when all these were handwritten things, right. So they would disqualify himself would write or in some cases, they will dictate but this whatever, so far been lucky, been appealed, wrote an encyclopedia of 300 volumes. This was very sadly lost in the sack of the library about that by the Mongols of Hulagu.

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Our dear friend, and we'll start Dr. Maulana Akram nadwi Dalbergia.

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In Oxford, he wrote a book called Alma Hadith that the female narrators of a hadith which has a mocha Dima which is the introduction of it is the 100 pages, which lists the women teachers of Hadith. Right now is interesting story of how I was being him

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one day in his house in Oxford, and asked him to me how did this come about? You know, why did you write this book and how he said it's an interesting story is one of the one of the orientalist scholars in Oxford at that time, he was head of the department of Islamic studies

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in Oxford University. So he said that one of the Oriental scholars challenged me he said that Islam

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discourages women from scholarship from from learning and studying. So

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this is ridiculous. I mean, you know, absolute nonsense. So the answer Okay.

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Then in that case, he said

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give me the names of five women scholars

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of Islam and I will keep my words I will take my words back.

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you said yeah, sure, absolutely. He's there I started looking.

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And he said, I found so many them in five was a ridiculous number which I found so many that listen, he is now looking for women scholars of Islam. So you're looking at all Islamic sciences, you're looking at Hadees you're looking at FIT, you're looking at Quran, on on linguistics or with linguistics, history, you know, all of So, he said, I discovered I found so many that he said I decided that this is

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this cannot work it just too many and too wide. So I decided to narrow the focus of my research. So I said I would focus only on the female Hadith scholars, female scholars.

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Guess how he found? He vowed invite, invite, invite via email 9000. And he wrote a book and this book is called Alma hadiza. It is in 55, zero volumes. And it has brief

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biographies of each of these women scholars are where they were born, where they learned as well as, and that is the book called mahadi that anyone tells you that women are not encouraged to study and so on in Islam, refer them to that book, right and tell them to read the 50 volumes. The book is in Arabic. They will Kadima the introduction has been translated into English and that is 300 pages. That alone is worth reading. And I'm very fortunate that Dr. Akram nadwi gave me a signed copy of the book as the book was eventually. And interestingly, Dr. Tom told me, he said I, it is not that there were only 9000 scholars, he said, I stopped counting at 9000. Because my publisher told me,

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there is no point in you doing this research because nobody is going to read that. Right? If your book is already 50, volumes five zero, how much? How many more do you want to do? So he stopped it at 50 volumes and actual Muhaddith that actual female scholars have had these are more than that.

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This book is a seminal book. It's one of those, one of those, you know, landmark things that happened in the history of humankind and in the history of Islamic scholarship. The name of

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marinara, Dr. Akram nadwi. shines very, very bright. Alhamdulillah May Allah preserve him? And may Allah subhanaw taala grant in the best of reward? They definitely what happened to us? Right? We seem to have lost all of this. And just ask yourself, I mean, I can give you all kinds of detail about how many books Americans read, and how many books the British read and how many books are read, or published, you know, and combined in the Middle East and so on. Just Just go check for yourself and see how many books come out of the Middle Eastern countries every year and how many books come out of America and so on so forth. All that is all that is immaterial. The key thing to

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ask yourself this question, the key thing I need to ask and I know I have no answers.

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But the key thing to ask yourself is, how many books did you read in the last one year? I don't care what book you read. I'm not asking you how many Islamic books you're doing whatever you read, right? Whatever you read, how many books did you read in the last one year. And remember, this is a sign of your focus on learning. There is only two ways of learning one is by reading the other one is by getting ahead, but he has stopped. So reading is the only way.

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So please

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do yourself a favor. And if you think that you can learn by watching YouTube videos, that is rubbish.

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That's Entertainment.

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To learn, we have to read we must read so please inculcate this habit in yourself.

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And automatically it will get inculcated in your children

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get your children D addicted from cell phones. Give them books to read. If they have to be in this position. Let this be a big book in their hand instead of the phone.

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May Allah save us from this from these addictions?

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Continue we'll continue again Inshallah, in the next class was Allah Allah Allah Allah will vary wildly he was named erotica hotline