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as salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome to a new episode of the booth where I'm going to be doing something that you've been asking me to do for a very long time.

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I'm going to be doing something which I've been getting message after message after message.

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Which shows which was what what does it show? It shows that there's a resurgence in the desire

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to seek and

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there's an absolute awakening, actually, awakening is an awakening. There's an awakening amongst the youth the western

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fulfills, really wants to seek knowledge and come close to Allah subhanaw taala by removing the ignorance and regional ignorance of those around us. So just to get to the chase, cut to the chase straight away. What we're doing today is we're going to go through an Islamic reading list. And this is going to be a video of many different videos inshallah, we're going to be doing different reading lists for different subjects specific specialism. So here we've got someone who's we're going to introduce him in a second. And he's going to go take us through the Islamic reading list. But we're also going to go through a history reading list, we're also gonna go through a philosophy reading

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list, we're also going to go through some some things that will relate to contemporary just reading and we need to go through so inshallah we'll try compartments and get someone who's got real insight and understanding of that particular subject specific field to give us their take. And that's the best way I think, is that we could do it today with Chef Mohammed off, man, how are you?

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is that man, as someone who has graduated from the faculty of Medina University, in Saudi Arabia, he spent good time in Saudi Arabia, how long do you spend about five years? Plus Egypt? He spent five years in Egypt.

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In Egypt,

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no benefits? Well, fortunately, the the different dial, it's more than that.

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It will help you in the come.

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But what we're going to be doing today because I thought, how are we going to structure this, this particular episode? And I thought, the best way to do it, and obviously you can correct me I'm here just to put things together. In terms of putting a spine for this particular episode is we've got obviously seminaries or seminaries and we have universities all across the Muslim world, we're going to go through, we're going to try and make it as brief as possible. This is a big topic, it's very difficult to condense. And truth be told Weston done this episode before it was a two hour episode. So we're trying to make it too

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To cut straight to the chase so that we don't make it to opposite But once again,

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we're basically going to go through as quickly go through school curriculum, and we're going to go through the Medina's curriculum. Darla looms earlier hanafy guys, we're going to go through, we're going to go through

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the Mauritanians, which I've got the most notes for, actually, I want they go through as well, which is the most comprehensive

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curriculum we should say. I mean, it's no surprise about that, because I believe you've got this curriculum from Sheikh Mohammed Hassan do

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his his center called

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the Center for the development of scholars, and I believe their program is actually 17 years 17.

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And you have to be a half of the Colorado to Colorado to get into that last level, which is roughly nine years. So 100 is a very, very strong, strong program. Before we talk about that. I think it's jus upon us to talk about the heavy understanding of the Arabic language just to access the front. Hello, give me three, four minutes.

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Firstly, the first use of Panama their language, yes, which I believe anyone who is studying the Quran, or anyone who wants to read the Islamic sciences, it is a obligation, individual obligation for the interest of mine, upon him to learn the Quran. This is something mentioned precious to me.

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And others, in fact, in fact, many ma'am shelf off the shelf from the eighth century, he says and waffle, but in the very first few few pages, actually he says

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his understanding of the Arabic language is basic, then his knowledge of the Sharia would be basic, a lot of his understanding of the Arabic language is mediocre. He's not interested to be mediocre. I like cars, if his knowledge is vast, and his knowledge and understanding of the area would also be bought. So if you go to those PhDs in Islamic studies where I don't know the Arabic language, according to Sharpie, they're the largest.

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Well, essentially, I mean, this is also a problem that we have modern day, which is that we equate, you know, someone who carries his PhD is someone who literally is an alum or scholar. So rent is far from the truth when it means yes, a person you may spend 456 years researching a particular issue or a particular seller in a particular science in particular chapter in that science. He understands that, but we've seen we've seen even in Medina, we used to find professors. Unfortunately, some of them this wasn't the common group, very few minority. They'll come in lectures and unfortunately they were missing the basics themselves.

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Absolutely. We found them

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You know, professors

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mystics, it's true.

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Except for the companion of disgrace, as Americans are pointed to the grave, Mr. colossal myself, I've had many, many times I remember, we had lessons in mystery nibbly in the private message and had my teachers we use the same thing that they wanted to

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ask you now, someone wants to memorize the Quran, how would you advise them? Firstly, a class philosophy, sincerity, sincerity, sincerity, this task is a great task, a magnificent task, a task that

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he chooses, those that are beloved to him to embark on this, okay, and many embark in Panama, but very few, practically, what we did

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sincerity when

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I mentioned that in the night for the

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person only memorizes, according to his intention. So if your intention is sincere, that you only seek the face of Allah, the pleasure of Allah, Allah, Allah, then you will find this part of the coming to have that being said, subpanel, obviously is the brain, the brain is literally like any other muscle, right? If you work out the brain a lot, then by memorizing more, then it will become easier. I remember myself, when I first started, I'll use myself as an example, because I can't speak for other people.

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I remember when I first started,

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I would it would take me one hour to memorize, you know, many pages, one page, half a page, literally one hour.

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And then,

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after a few months, it will take me maybe five minutes to memorize a whole page, over six minutes

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to develop.

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Just look anything if you work on it, it will grow and it will strengthen. What was your way of memorizing? Or what do you find it? what I used to do is to memorize the part that I'm memorizing either see, let's take a page, for example, you listen to it? You know, actually, at the time, I didn't really listen that much. And does that mistake? Yes or no? I believe the person has fluency in it, then it's fine, as long as we read, and the reality is you cannot memorize the prompt by yourself in the sense that you cannot assume that you've read it correctly. You have to read it to someone else. Yes. Right. So it's important to to listen to it first. And sharks are there and of

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course, out of us shell. And mostly.

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You know, there's a saying that the foreigners are viewed in Saudi and Saudi Arabia, and it was memorized in Pakistan. And it was written in Egypt.

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So this is, this is what I would recommend, I recommend listening and repeating, repeating and of course, more practically speaking a person who memorizes that particular page on that day, then I strongly advise repeating that he repeats that page at least 20 to 30 times in the day, and for him to read it in all of his press. And then of course, the second day, he review that another 20 or 30 times plus memorizing the new page. And then at the third day interview that was on the first page maybe 10 times but likewise on the second page 20 times and then so on and so forth. And maybe the program Rajon have apps for revision as well hand in hand you have to revise and memorize at the

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same time, memorizing is easier than you this is a problem a lot of people fall into, they think 100 a day memorizing so easy. When it comes to revision, they'll do it, they're not doing it and then they find the half week they find that their memorization very, very weak. The orientation of me that should be hand in hand as relatives panel also young in many many of the other sites.

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They say that if a person goes over 100 times by memory, then he will not need to look at the product yet. It will be

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by memorizing the Coronavirus language learning something in salon plus, we are gonna do something similar plus hamdallah flagship Arabic program, going through a lot of beeping idiq with a few supplementary books to show in a format I don't believe that has been completed like this as of yet 100 in our social or something quite revolution groundbreaking. Hope everyone take positive operations in sha Allah.

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Let's start with there's two or three things I found quite interesting. Obviously you went to Medina, so we might as well start with that. But here what I found interesting with the Amazon curriculum is that it's pretty basic in a sense, right? I mean, it's this for years. As you can see here that they will they do they do affect Mathematica. So for upload this website will put on the website

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links of the listing. So, what they seem to be doing in the first term, second term, they do they choose to have a book one book, they go through that book, they study method

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goes through the book, this is how the hostage yes they did not study fifth through comparative history to be studied one method they mastered the method but when they must have the method

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They went on look, for example, she also said to me, he will happily begin. In fact, he is still humble. He, in fact, the later the later hanabi refer to him as shape. Let me read the books, they say for example, parlor chef, the chef said this offensive evil to me. So his speech is at least a a wash in the method. It's a very has a lot of weight in it. Yeah, so they've got something else has also referred to as Olympic principles of Duisburg. Yeah, so they probably choose, they choose one book, and they go through the fall this way, depending on the method, right.

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So the ship is they have two styles of writing, they have the niccola for a consumer to kill him in the way of the scholars of color, color, meaning some theology.

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This refers to the chef theory, okay? And of course, pluralism, the Maliki's the families as well, right. In fact, the differences are not acquainted between them. And the other school is the third quarter of the quarter three in the way of the alcohol scholarship. And of course, it's returned to the Hanafi. For perhaps right now, the way the Hanafi phoca actually derived this whole film was that they looked at the the actual issues of film,

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the actual issues of it, and then they derived they also the principles based on that. Whereas the other group actually looks opposite, the opposite. So they looked at those who dropped the ship from the so the fifth, and then they have no harm. So

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they have no one suffers Arabic language and grammar. In particular. Excellent. So this is what I suppose one of the students that what seems to be the case is that they don't, they go through like one book, it's their bread and butter, they go through it. Yeah. And then maybe they near the end of the third year, fourth year, they transition to another book, but they don't go into too many books. It's Yeah, trying to master a few things rather than me doing a lot of things not doing a property. So can you tell us about about that? Because we're going to be reading a lot of books now. And why don't want the impression to be is that we have to read all of those books, and go through all of

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those books, and that we need to go through those. Now. What do we say it's a place to go, the way you see the structure, the curriculum is similar to how to help Medina, Gerson University structure, the curriculum, many of Islam seminaries offers to work there have a similar routine here. And that is that each college faculty have a specific curriculum that is specific to them that consists of maybe two or three different books, lots of read about, you know, studies on a near daily basis for four years, right? Yes, and most of the time we compete sometimes we don't compete it. Yes, that's

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our bread and butter was two books, and powerful led by

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which has to be memorized.

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It's a book of Howdy, and we have roughly 1200 heads and had to be memorized and we see the flip of that, and the way of it, you know, the understanding of it or the you know, extrapolation of the authenticity of headings, etc. So, likewise, we studied Stalin had the sciences have had it now, our main book that we studied was today probably a single thing amongst all of us, Cynthia

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111. Right.

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So that was about it. We studied that overnight, we had our supplementary subject that was specific to Heidi, it was something we studied, what if you had the fabrication of how do you study the one year we studied

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the science of Narita criticism, and

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how can you know why this is unfortunately, this is a crime. This is a crime that's being committed in our teenage

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years rules of Dean which were meant for a specific time, which was a time of rewire time that hadn't been transmitted and we now apply it we applied to the laity, the laity, peoples of panela without any rights whatsoever to protect it and yes, it has its places when it comes to is to harden witnesses and testimony in courts of law etc. Now there's a big innovation that's what are the basic principles a Muslim is what

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even more

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and if he lives in Saudi

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Arabia, Pakistan, he's not all about Australia, or America or whatever.

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this is a crime so we have to find a place but this was a

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more of a we're gonna come to it a little bit too long and you say that the signals you don't know what the hell of the person is? Or is ignorance when you say a Buddha is not as simple as that it isn't that an additional thing that

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is absolute contradiction. How can you How can you

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say you don't know what he what his belief is, but at the same time, you know, that is up to them?

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No, it does not have to be him. You don't have to be in there.

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There is this contradiction with another contradiction is completely a complete contradiction. Why is a contradiction?

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This will have to have a separate principle now.

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This is a problem, which highlights another issue away from our discussion, which is the issue of how knowledge can be used in a wrong. This is a perfect example.

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It is one of these subjects Panama literally, it's like how would you translate the science of critique, okay, criticizing narrator's right? And your idea of them,

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the positive characteristics and attributes. It's a double

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thing as with any knowledge, it can be used in the right way, and it can be used in the wrong way, unfortunately. And the problem is, to be honest with you, is the teachers who teach the sciences in the first place the students, you know, we're not the problem is in now, it's become such an academic exercise, that we have lost the aspect of total Viana there's no neutrality, spirituality. Conservation, not nurturing the student who doesn't know anything, we are nurturing them. Yes. And unfortunately, if they're incorrect, somebody has given to know to be torn broke. Yeah, this is the reality of what we've seen in the media knows how to be unfortunately has given too many students of

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nocebo there's a panel now they will come back, and they will cause corruption for that. And what we've seen

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today, innovators without any evidence, and so a lot of them mean.

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so let's get we talked about kind of how they don't really have the seem to have a rotating reading list, depending on what the method they're doing in that year. Yeah, I think you can choose in fact.

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Yeah. And so you're saying just to kind of cover what you guys went through Medina? Yeah. What were the what were the you said, the staple books that you guys saw that was in?

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ratio? No, memorize them.

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So as I said, Before, we went into the body and we went through. And these were the main two books that we went through. Every faculty has their own particular books, for example.

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The fact that, you know, you're talking about before you go to faculty, you're talking about here, right? You're talking about the Hadeeth college right? I'm talking effective headed headed college. Okay, so

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two, three raga. To deeper we go through that for other four years?

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I believe so. Yes. I mean, I think the first year, we went through the last three years, we went through nothing first it was introductory, separate. Okay. What other books did you go through?

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Oh, so interesting, but I we went through books in general, we went through the book of Shanghai bilities.

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13 was the culture,

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principles and ethical principles in yahoo. 30. We went through all sorts of fried you know, how to extrapolate how did how to find authenticity of Hadith. Also, that was enough to Hadith another subject, which is criticized and critical headed critique basically went through fabrication, understanding of fabrication in heavy house, because why because the union's place in these are hygienic, etc, etc. Also, we went through a lot of things, separate to tip of heavy costs, we went

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by the grandson, and happy monkey. And this is actually the main book that was taught in the factor of *tier, as well as romantic

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love to have to have with incoherence of the incoherence and another book's title. And

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so went through that, we went, we didn't complete it, we went through certain chapters of it, where's the difference of articulation is, and this was the main book, this

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ad is really weird to us, Rubin was

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the he was a great scholar of Islam.

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He had his areas of happiness most, but he was, he does not take away from that, which is good to see the thing about us as soon as

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we take the good from those that we can

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the thing is, we have to look at them, and how they acted upon these things. Now, otherwise, eventually what will happen?

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Which was done, believe it or not,

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many as, and so it is stages. So we have to look, you know, sometimes not necessarily about evidences, but it's about how the evidence is true, how they acted upon it, how did they understand these principles? You have 14 years, 100 years behind, you can't just ignore it, and think that you can come to something new now or the correct understanding that no one proceeded with

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and this is a man who has adopted a

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very literalist naturalist who believe is permissible to do what we call the death alternative, or to bring a new opinion issued based on the evidence. Okay, what I'm gonna do now, we've talked about what you've kind of got or something for the college, you said, you're gonna you're gonna quickly cover the average. Sheridan College is similar. I mean, the name the main book, as I'm interested to hear

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The beginning of English dead. And also our oldest, not at

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all does not solve it, but not to sit him down, which is one of the main books and also for the interesting thing is that asking fective Lee, we only went through one term,

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whereas they studied it over four years. I see, which is what generally, you know, some kind of some people asked me, they're like, Oh,

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I want to go to the factory. Do you recommend me? And believe me?

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I actually say to them, don't go.

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Would you prefer, I always say to them generally goes straight to the fact of sheer unless, unless you studied, you have a decent base in the external sciences beforehand. And you finished the Quran to the extent that you can memorize it, yeah, then go to the faculty, otherwise the faculty will consume, you won't have much time to study outside. Of course, most of the vulnerable in that industry, the person that's just in love and insulin, and Mr. Medina, unfortunate, the word was quite a lot sometimes. So which is why the proper rate is quite high, by the way, even though for them so you're saying now,

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this is a book of? Yes. Let's be frank with the people we're gonna mention.

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We're gonna mention some books I'm going to quick fire just mentioned, are you telling me something about it? Because that's

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actually from the last episode, right?

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We're talking too much.

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From each from each one I was gonna say was that,

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look, for instance, you have all this knowledge as one personal book, what is the surface? So mentioned, everything sort of fits the principles.

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So you don't listen to? You don't need to go through hundreds of books do

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you know it's important to distinguish between? And this goes for anything in knowledge, right? Yes. You have someone who specializes in a branch of knowledge. Yes. And someone who doesn't? Yes. And he may specialize another branch of knowledge, right? When he's differentiating between the two nowadays, nowadays, it's very rare that a person will specialize in all the sciences. Yes, it's pretty much unheard of. Very few.

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Okay, so now what do we have, we have to focus our efforts on one particular science, whereas we have a little taste of other sciences. Okay, you have a taste, base, a base, you can understand. Alright, so this is the key thing.

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Okay, this is not my favorite, but okay.

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At MMA, for instance, you know, if you if you just know the ground game,

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and you don't know how to defend yourself standing up,

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you get locked up.

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So you see, I'm saying same thing, if you don't have to strike, but you don't have to grapple? Yeah, absolutely. Same thing with wrestling defense, for example. Yeah. Football.

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If you know how to run and dribble, yeah, well, you don't have to shoot the principles. Separate. You have to, you have to have absolutely, which is what you take from emphasize something, but focus on one particular thing. That's good. So here, so why did we mention this fall? We mentioned it because we were Master Master

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is absolutely a must, especially in this day and age, especially for the western.

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It's different, someone who has grown up, grown up as a man.

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His whole life is infinite from the get go. This person is treated differently to someone who just starts with it in their late teens, for example, myself.

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So I would advise that everyone that you must have one particular book in each science, okay, if possible to if possible three. Okay. Good is a good piece of advice, right? Because we're going to be reading a lot of books. Yes. You're saying don't realize, I would say, you know, keep reading for the rest of your life. But in terms of what you spend your time during, yes. Then don't master a two or three or four potential books in each science. So the extent that you have a decent strong base of science, yes. But focus on on spend most of your time on one particular science. Right, right. Right. Right. Okay. Yeah, that's good advice. And Sharma, let's go to the reading list of the

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additional pages.

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Yeah, he's the one who kind of translated for us in Sharla. And he did talk about you know, being having a basic knowledge and stuff like that. And

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he talks about there being different kinds of knowledge, the hospital say also knowledge in and of itself, and sciences, that supplementary to support the sciences, for example, the size of head, right, the size of head is there to support and understand the head, right, likewise, to sit on the size of the Koran, and it's a full understanding of that. Okay, so he mentioned a lot of articles.

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On this, you shouldn't actually focus on the site and the means more

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than the gold in an office, this is something we fall into for instance, like, right, I'll give you one example right

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now is what?

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What would this be? To understand to understand the actual meaning of the grant? Okay, so yeah, in terms of how to go about studying, what kind of knowledge with that

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study? Firstly, my personal advice would be to

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my personal advice would be to study something very small, very small, very summarized. So I mean, this is this.

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Is this is a means to the ends or is it the end of itself? It's a means to an end. It's a means to an end. Okay. It says to understand meaning, do you understand the word is

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that sense? Yes, it is the end of suffering. Yeah. But the end of is also understand what a large

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topic. Yeah, in order to understand the absolute so this is a means to the, to the enterprise to understand the problem? Yes, yes. Okay. Let's start with.

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He talks about, he mentioned a few books, like four or five books on the rassman. of

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AI, which means basically, the the principle, so he mentioned, so he mentioned the science that's normally taught nowadays, just before I left, actually many Now, why is this is the science of understanding on how to print the printing that was written to this very specialist science. Okay. So we won't spend time on that. Okay, let's start with, so. Okay, so, so dementia, he mentioned the different levels, right, as a beginner. So, for example, Louie says, Look at mo pump, Dima, also, let's see. Okay, so now,

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this is what he said, this is what he says, right? He says,

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This is what he's done. This is what he says, right? He says,

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My book will

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tell you, what you how you kind of certain principles to apply an understanding. So

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it's important to note that

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the science of Iran is more vast than this. Yes. It is a science from the sciences. Okay. Okay.

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So he uses the model,

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which is the preface, introduction, Introduction to

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international international reserves. Tuna Cod, yes, yes. And possibly not not too long. To tell these folks about what how he does,

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which is good. In fact, you know, what's actually pointing to?

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This can be applied in every single science. Yeah. Because, literally, the problem we have is that we will delve straight into books without really focusing on the introduction, that the author himself stays within the introduction, most authors actually state the principles that they're going to use, like the nuts and bolts of your life exactly, to actually write their book presented. Yes, and unfortunately, sometimes we go in and we superimpose our understanding our pre existing conceptions and principles on the speech of that particular author, which is completely wrong. And he also mentioned Josie, so he says on two pages of

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pages, he says,

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was actually quoted quite often, in our interview just

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as it goes as essentially what he does is that he summarizes because it's a summary of

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that he collects all of the all of the different opinions in every single aim and he lists them for example, this is for opinions 1234, etc. evidences of each actual test you start to have number one basic level generally

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understand the product the singular word.

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so generally, when it comes to understanding the

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senior singular was versa, the meaning is quite difficult or obscure. And then there's a number of books have been written the famous

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book on this which is excellent, and also that which you might consider standing. Also modern day, I've actually written the chef Mohammed and Houdini is included. He has a Seraph, which is absolutely amazing, very easy to understand. Also shaniqua can be cold, she has also a beautiful book on this as well. And even a book this is Danny is actually one of the females in the science and what recent I think you have about him shouldn't be he actually formatted this in a modern way in a table, please, everyone broken down in sort of a slow, easy for for for memorization, this is actually one of the first levels and understand the process understanding singular words. The second

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is to understand the revenues or the

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reasons for revelation. If you want to give an outline shall summarize helps a little bit. The first thing would be to understand the singular words.

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The difficult words which we mentioned Now, the second would be to go through the reasons for revelation

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What does that mean? That means going through the ahaadeeth that have been revealed a windy road or what have you, but somebody goes home with a fabricated equals something from the shear and others leave that one side in this particular thing I would recommend

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recently also recently, he wrote a book called Muslim So, he is very beautiful

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he memorizes the Hadees and he links it to the IRS and have the nice cheat sheet for Muslims and Muslims

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as well and then after this level, so, these are two things the third the third

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he mentioned the third is lack of

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the second level of his lack indicative asone all these kind of

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Yeah, so some actually okay like you can you can study this is what I would, I would actually advise and he studied that a person goes through the level procedures. So he mentioned for example, Jelani, which is a small subsidiary and Magellan desilting. He completed his origin was Mandela, which is nice. Also, today you have a car, which is a beautiful sunrise to set, you have also to sit,

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very summarized A lot of it's been translated to English as well as more 15 minutes of sit outside.

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And then after that, you go to the next level. Now the chef Can he favors the summary, the summary, summarizing summaries, certainly is off after certain content from something you have

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to say.

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You have the summary button bar coding, you have the summary by a lot of summarize this.

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Others obviously the Aslan, original book,

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I believe is more it's more favorite, especially for stupid forms to be the original translation. Yes, translating the abridged version is translated by about 40. Right.

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But I know not translation, the actual book, the average, I think

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after this here it would be to go to the tougher steel

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society here. But really,

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it is very basic, very basic, very basic understanding of poverty is is the base of all of us here. It's not good for beginners. Absolutely.

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The base literally everyone came after poverty relied upon a poverty in his in his success. And I strongly recommended this level that a student goes through certain Mercia by individuals.

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That, again, as you mentioned it briefly it's very

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it's also you know, it's never before this knowing.

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Again, a lot of emphasis on actually say that federal funded Washoe County is a summary of the Civil War to be with added addition to the local yard

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is considered quite massive as an absolute mess. He's a US specialist, he's in really focus. It's more for young. This is a sub site for the people that are not just his students, the rooms

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at the Hilton with international.

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Again, quite advanced. Yeah, he focuses heavily on banana, so I wouldn't bother me jump straight into it.

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this was fine. This was fast.

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Okay, no problem. Let's take a look at the

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something which we kind of let's not spend too much time on this.

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Ted, Ted read, for example, I must study to

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summarize the smartphone into greed. And after that you can study surgery, surgery, the rules of

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association rules and how why is it important? It's important to read the Quran as it was revealed, as well as another video.

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Maybe some of them

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have had

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a disagreement?

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Yeah, not nothing in the this.

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All right. Now,

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there's a lot of discussion about but the point is, it's important you have what is what does he mean by that? You know, you have to

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Yeah, that's correct. You do have to be

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asking you, whoever doesn't need to listen for the discussions.

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Right. So for now, to to the to kind of polls that people go through major ones.

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they should know what's going on with those two. Another thing is that's quite interesting to Pamela. Because I've come across people who haven't studied these texts before. Yes, well, they know, they know.

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Better than those who know the text and memorize this or why is that? The answer to that is exactly

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which means, which means that there's no difference between the person who starts it really well and the person doesn't mean except that he exercises was doing the actual recitation or reading and

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listening, get the corrections that's listening and reading, listening. Remember, all of these tasks, they're not close enough, it's a means to an end. If you achieve the goal, by different means, you've achieved the goal.

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A robot,

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you have

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a robot, obviously, listening to the things itself, for those who are off to which is a feminine

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is something that requires a lot of dedication in and of itself, and a lot of memorization as well. And then and I believe that there's a resurgence in the sciences. Yeah, now is there is another video that we've actually done on this

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people can see kind of explaining what the

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basic level so we're not gonna spend too much time on that. Because if you can refer to that video. So that's kind of like we've done with that. If someone knows these,

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and exercises,

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rulings or rulings now related to think the Hadeeth here, no, it's actually I think, so what's this word? Yeah, that's a sauce, the sauce, sauce, or some of them have a pseudo did was that they singled out special tipss which focus only in the ayah the verse in the Quran that have come in, so they didn't.

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Okay, so the common ones to set

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out to be inadequate,

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useless and others you have today, we should be printed.

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Bell bell to see

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And other

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people hear this. So let's go through these headings. The first text, I think the shotput Hill is far too heavy.

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And never be of course, it's actually more than 14 but this one was in Arabic to 40 you should memorize this each ID is an asset is a fundamental principle within this religion in an office of

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money. This is actually slightly larger and contains roughly 400 Heidi Heidi that are only

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a Muslim or both, and should be memorizing studies. After that, you have books that are more in depth such as boodle and Milan.

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And also you have imperative.

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It was actually something based on how to help but the interesting thing is I've been hiding a lot from him, he seems to be struggling place a strong emphasis in his book in the spirit

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of the

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Another issue, which is how to deal with it,

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certain conditions, which is the discussion, there's a common misconception

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apart from

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what about what

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but certain conditions are present.

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So here we

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will talk about

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is a book by

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again, it's a similar system.

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But the reasoning was interesting, he wrote it so his son can memorize certain as I need certain chains of narration, he said it is not the only befitting pursuit of knowledge to just know how the British should know certain chains of narration. So, he put certain changes in the region that link all of these headings to them. So the person memorizes his futures of nations, he in turn has memorized the changes in the regions for 505. And then you mentioned the six books. Of course.

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Of course, it

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was the most authentic softer, rather than solid as soon as

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some replacement imagine as a sixth book, with a 14 minute guarantee. Some of it will come after an incident difference of opinion, the rate and the order of these books. It's

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such an epidemic

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Should the condition of an ESA is stronger than

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replacing some replacement ledger with multiformat? Because Yeah, exactly. I was thinking I'm automatic. Chef, I think that is one of the most

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the way there are many of them had to interpret this is this is

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not like,

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Go ahead, shoot me an

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explanation of one of these books. These are some of the books. Let's read them. Our first source, of course, fits with values inspiration about half the hygiene. It is the, you know, this famous thing about UK law. He talks about defense using the head, he says there is no migration of the Congress. Yeah, but he's referring to there's no migration after the book. Okay. We're gonna need some argument muzzle machine now, that showcard he actually wrote a explanation I booked.

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I mentioned it in here, this was the grandfather frequency.

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quite a lot. And

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shokan he wrote his explanation in ties with nearly 6 million of these. The interesting thing is that the mechanic is he seemingly, seemingly, he summarized

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into this explanation, which is because he relied upon a heavy, he will have an effect, everyone who came after had a lot of blood to penalize himself, he relied upon those came before him to act, such as

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his explanation, let's buy

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books, any one of these books have handy, you have the most important

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Muslim by now.

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Of course, you have more in Asia.

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And of course, the commercial solution with Siemens recently printed. Okay, I record here, a lot of familiar a lot of data in US panel on the internet, the scholars, the subcontinent scholars, they have immense, immense there's an immense service to the most of it was really interesting about this discussion.

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And it

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was very inclusive, in a way.

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Beginning, we talked about someone who wrote a book, or sort of scholars emotions, one of them was a woman. And we know from Hadith, that there was a something really interesting

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he says that

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he meant to call him a Fijian.

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Only four of them have been mentioned that in terms of people that do have lunch or women, how many others many, many,

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you know, the interesting things panel is is that is that have you actually said

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He said that he viewed that was one of the most knowledgeable,

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if not the most knowledgeable.

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And he said this, he said that she mastered many different sciences, she must admit this and not only is she must admit this, and she must have shared poetry or with language, she must have so many different sciences. This affects the closest to the Mr. Philosophy.

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And the fact that many other delegations came to see her and she would seem so awesome. And she must have made things so this way we need to look at our sisters.

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Our sisters

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we need to encourage our sisters, we need them to take responsibility for them.

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The only thing in life is you know, a misconception misconstrued understanding

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of their rights stop one second, can you mentioned salami learning and you got 15 minutes salomina that we're going to talk about

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now. Okay, so in terms of hobbies, and the chain of hobby, which is one of the most important things in our religion, how many women have been involved in chains? How many? Just a few women, many, many In fact, very rarely will you find inspiration from this.

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He goes back to many of the changes go back to Mike It was a fence in the past attachment really functional relationship that is mentioned in it. I think I should mention has a book recently called reset, which is a fantastic I don't believe actually it's research has been done before in escape, which is all of the

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science of Hades. You can start the journey I personally don't I first saw the nega.

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Yeah, so I don't advise himself but this is due to that last shift advocating for their assessments if you make money, unfortunately, even

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again, we only have

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one I would say Iris but he chose opinions for

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Literally nearly every single definition of a particular type any problem so what would you

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like to know what's happened

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to our discussion we spent a long time talking about the different levels and the different types of compensation and how the science standard itself so

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they say that science of anything through a number of levels, the first level was the time of

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In the fourth century, he was famous, he got that everything that was written for him to this one book, after him came a COVID masala

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who wrote his book, he didn't actually write it, he was the students who used to teach it

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but it was not written by him. Then everyone came after him for this book, some of them predicted some summers that some versified for example, and feed cod I feel

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everyone some explained it as well for someone has explained it and look at what the most important explanations of the of this Khattab and critique as well. Yeah. And then after, if you have

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you came after in the header relied upon him for his works now. All right, we don't want to go to Australia spent too long with this because I know your field and you like and enjoy it. But we have to talk about

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the water the application.

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We have to talk about our brothers.

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We love these brothers, we love them for the sake of

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love, we have to point out,

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which is the extremism, extremism in labeling other Muslims

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have innovations unjustly.

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And it's a form of oppression that has been committed, because

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we'll talk about another element.

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Anyway, now I reject it. Gonna see about this. So this again, is the science of realness the science of science from science.

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Is it the same general topic? essentially is the same? Give us some books that like you would read from some you have? It's not really a question of reading books, to be honest with you. Okay, it's a question of go into it when needed, these are volumous books 20 this was many books, you have a sudden reason you have

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to be you have a look at

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many books that you can go to in order to research, you will read them as books to read

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a very good introduction to this science actually. No

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idea why

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it's a very nice, very small

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it's a nice introduction to basically the different types of books, etc, etc. Yeah, that's that's

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hidden effect. Usually, that's not it's very obscure, and only grateful enough, you can count them on one hand, only very few people have actually mastered the science, how much muscle

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to start with notice is the large has been written.

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The interesting thing about it and perhaps some will complete this science on the story of Dr. Mohler, his book, 20 points 20 points is still being produced or more still, manuscripts have been found. And the interesting thing is that a lot of company used to come out

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come out of his house, sit with his students, no books with him at all. They will ask him questions you will respond and then students write an answer. And if you open it will open do this today shall open it. Look at what had you here literally before a single Howdy, you will be every single chain of narration as we mentioned, possibly sources we don't have access to today. And we'll go through the intricacies in every single narrations of how Allah

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sometimes mentioned you mentioned that

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this is something for one person I've done this it took it took me many many many hours many hours many days to spend my time doing that you know

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just arrived the conclusion here he did all of this from memory all of this

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and he literally chose certain people

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I believe at this time there was not that numerous.

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Okay, I'm kind of already spoke about that came from

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Rosie and no is much more

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Is this explanation?

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No, no, no, it's actually an explanation of

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what's happened.

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And now he didn't actually complete this explanation. This is what is comparative. He didn't complete this condition is complete.

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Right up here.

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What do you study with this, where he says he mentions, like, obviously,

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I advise I advise, advise that at this first study by understanding the law, and then going through again with the evidences. And then finally looking into the different federal law,

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understanding their mistakes, and understanding their mistakes. And taking it from there taken from the science that you have to study the box that they study in Saudi Arabia, or you study so they study mainly the the books of Islamic detainees, I was of the Year for example, which is a great, great introduction to APA, especially as an introduction, then I'd have a we check with him, he actually has a nice summary of this, which has been translated, and then a tutorial video, which is quite fast. And then after this, you study about how we,

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how we can possibly have 321. And this is a method that is simplicity.

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And of course, with this explanation, we'll study the explanation of

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who's in the seventh century, and in fact, he based his whole explanation on the works of Simeon. David, he didn't disclose the Holy One. It seems like everyone's agreeing on that one. It seems like everyone's agreed there are certain sentences which are problematic, etc. mistakes.

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Yeah, and he defines email has been quoted, the design was

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lovely. Yeah, this is interesting. How do you find that lovely, it's a difference of opinion. It's

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a difference of opinion. And these people?

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And it's a long discussion, yes. Okay. I think, unfortunately, the size of Akita nowadays has become too academic, a little bit too boxton a bit boxed in academics More

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precisely, the only way you can find someone who laid the Lakers, and I don't need to tell us

00:52:29--> 00:52:42

someone who has to study up either, but yet this man is a million times stronger than a student of Manchester, who specializes in our data. So the problem is, is that we've actually lost the essence of what is the hidden

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what so spiritual question answering

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not like this, I want to still hate me for you.

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I love

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this, the reason we create it is

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to venerate and magnify. The problem is sometimes we get so bogged down to the intricacies, the categorizations the differences that I shall say this is a this

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is so associated, we lose the purpose of it, we find out

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I want to say they're not important if they are very important to study

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the level of the academic

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academic able to absolutely, absolutely, for the layman, because you get something very basic, no understand that understanding. And then there's actually a good book that was recently written, it's called

00:53:50--> 00:53:51

the treaties and theory.

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Foundation, I'm going to translate this rule you have to give me the first one fully

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in Java, okay.

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traditional way.

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Probably lots of smart people, you know, when we talk about philosophy and

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logic handbooks, and these things will come out and

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it's the same stuff, it's the same stuff. All right.

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Let's quickly get to

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before we do the Arabic language, we're going to do something on E learning, center plus people the basics acquisition, learning acquisition, so little stuff in the very basic, which is learning how to

00:54:48--> 00:54:59

write learning how to pronounce pronounced them. Then we're going to the more advanced program, which is going to be roughly one year to two years in Java, which will go through a series of books to focus on building a person's ability to speak

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To listen and to write, and inshallah it's going to be decent. There's lots of dictionaries are in Arabic elections, and

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etc etc which are kind of boring, I think, you know, for the sake of the purpose of not Russian desire, it sounds like language.

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We've got traditionally like Nigeria, even Shams books.

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And then after that you've got kind of like the elfia. And we've also things like

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Russia, and for some of them actually.

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Now this is a typical kind of curriculum is Romeo, Alfa Romeo

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screwfix, Brown said, after the person memorize that it's quite basic, it's a metaphor, to be honest, once you master, you're literally building you're adding a few things to it after that, after that, generally will start studying

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ad, which is a pope, or you can study

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by evolution, as well. And after that, it goes to achieve demand, which is a colossal is a summary of knakal. But that takes time to do that it's 1000 line poem. And the interesting thing is a summary of his 2000, roughly landform, which is a

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coffee to shatter.

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And that's a typical kind of curriculum in grammar now has his own.

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Now this is no,

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not at all this is one of the hardest pumps to memorize.

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Even some of the shin TT scholars, actually we wrote in our power to make easy to memorize. But I would advise and it's only specific itself, it doesn't deal with

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our advice enough, which is roughly 100 Lancome,

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which is new tires, machine, lots of articles, a summary from all sorts of stuff. I would also recommend after that to read shudder after the mouth, I think

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mostly because a good depiction of shipping shipping.

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really is not an Arabic language has been broken down into morphology, morphology, grammar, grammar and

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rhetoric. That's how traditionally, it is more sentences in this is okay, in terms of, we're not going to go through all them when, in fact it.

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Let's go through please, let's go through. This is what you are or you're humbly Are you having

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a weaker one?

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Tell me, tell me what books would go through

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the study now. And I'm going to mention books have been translated to English. Okay. Commonly, commonly nowadays, and this is popularized by

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Kuwait. Without lab it is a text that is sent first, which means literally translated as the commencement of the beginning of the worship.

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It's a book that focuses on in a Baghdad in worship. So purification, prayer, fasting

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up, man, Abdullah is

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the author of freshmen for the rock

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which is actually the next books, okay. Concise manually Translated by Nobel, bad ignoble bang. And this is actually a summary of a larger book of his

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good explanations on this. Actually, I have to say this, not the best explanation was actually explanation I recently authored by the

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in this age,

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this book is

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which somehow no lie, it's an honor for every single company that is alive today. It's an absolute honor that this book was written the listing agent was to read it, he literally summarize the whole method in this explanation. And after that, you can see that it was done by a gem, which is a very important text.

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As well, it's not especially small, considering it's in the realm of the other books in there. But it's a very important book as a stepping stone to the 12 month tab. And now, which are the two most important books in the metabolism books that are studied after that it was Stephanie, who is that who also, let's come back to you know why? Because this is a book that was actually taught most Islamic seminaries and universities in Saudi Arabia attended less than twice. What was that? Was that anything that was outside?

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Now that most often is commonly studied with a book called a robot, which is a book of commentary, but

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it is one of the most famous Egyptian he's one of the most important figures have any method of validity and age. Now, after this level, after this level, mastering these books, you will then go on to study

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by none other than a job. Now, the

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method, the method of the latest colors is actually two books.

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And the math hub is whatever these books agree on. And there's dispute if they if they disagree on an issue, this is to find out what they

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know, if and cannot whatever they agree on is the method. If they disagree, some say the method is worse than what others say no, you go to what chef Mallory Comey said another book, which is called higher to water, why Elijah Montana was

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initially combined between water and he combined between the two. And he also mentioned his own opinions and quality to what he then says he does not have some funds and images. And it's also possible that you could be exquisite. And this is a summary The best way to study the mother of invention.

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You see, the method is comprised of three different levels, we have the late Hannah Villa, and Amanda does that later, Hannah Bella are upon that they had it happen, meaning from the eighth century onwards from the passing of

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griefing. And then after that, you have the medium

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saga. So you've got three

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generations, middle generation and the early generations. And each one of them have their own Sunni, how to identify with the methods, they have their own media figures. And it's not really time to go into that. What's important is to actually understand the data later. So

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the method is to have an agree upon a job in a job and what you mentioned. And there's a long process if

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and remember, studying a method is is the goal in and of itself? No, it means the spine, I don't know how someone can study without something like that.

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What are you gonna get your hands dirty? You're gonna you're gonna

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twice as many questions

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about himself, he didn't intend to even accomplish all of the headings of this deep.

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He didn't that wasn't his condition when he wrote

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some of the not even all of them.

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This is something to look at and take us through.

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Okay, Mashallah.

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The Hanafi brothers, which is a great institution in the West, and of course, there are disagreements in the books that are studied, etc. But you know, generally it's quite good martial arts about a good law. So they have decent curriculum in in Arabic grammar, syntax,

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and morphology. In Arabic literature. This is a beautiful book.

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It's actually great when you're learning to read. The way he wrote is that he gradually started quite easy

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to read right now.

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books and logic, they study logic as well.

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It's written here.

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And of course, for fitness,

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which is one of the first books that I read. Yeah, it's one of the most important books.

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I hope to do soon. And we are going to see you and

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he might you might do, I don't have

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to learn specific things to specific people by planning presentation. And they have the three books that they've studied. On, they actually go through translations. Actually, in year three and year four, and five, they both have generally, a very similar set of

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principles of Tafseer. Actually, the science have to say that it's called. It's called banana Cod. This is one of the articles written in principles of science. So it's actually after him, Katy Perry,

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who added upon a great, great literary encyclopedia.

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Recently printed

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books and

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CDs and they

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play mostly

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PDF It's amazing.

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Nothing replaces nothing

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No absolutely

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they do

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by we will

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leave some links

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that we haven't covered suppose we're going to go through about three four hours yeah we did a second shot anyways

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guys this is all we can do in an hour there's a lot more to say no more any final remarks I pray that Allah Allah Allah whoever's witnesses and watches this whole holiday he's benefited from this

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class until fifth to study this religion is implicit religion and to act upon that which you studied, which is the be all the aim of knowledge and not learn to ask for English stuff like, quickly the translation of English for under I like is Halima. Mashallah.

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Yeah, and, Michelle, there's also a few things like for example, there's a nice book by McLean that's been translated in English. Like the inner dimensions of prey are beautiful, they're very,

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very nice books that are also larger

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essays because very nice, very nice books that you can get as well. Hopefully, you've benefited from that guys. And if you know that there's lots of things that haven't been recorded and you can't access it and you need the Arabic language access. That should give you more desire and more reason to join Salaam plus and know and learn Arabic language we're going to be doing that inshallah with

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qualified instructors as Allah. Wa Salaam Alaikum. Guys, we're almost light or castles.