Mohammed Mana – The Shama’il – Description of Messenger (part 3)

Mohammed Mana
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and meaning of words like "ho" in Arabic and "hoho" in English, as well as the significance of these words in American English. They also touch on the legal system and the use of wipes on foot during the pandemic, as well as the importance of proper conditioning and thickness on clothing. The speakers emphasize the benefits of working from home and the potential for a new federal vaccine to be available in the future, as well as protecting everyone's health and safety during the pandemic. They also mention a new program called Volley for working from home that allows for remote work and remote work, as well as the importance of flexible work and protecting everyone's health and safety.
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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam where I remember he told me no, he will be here Jemaine long aluminum and Pharaoh now on February limped in I was eating a

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lot of Santa Rosa we came in Monday in fact I mean carbon dioxide

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low manana became in elated melamine FC la llamada Santa Salah Illa Machado Salah for interdigital has made a shift to Salah.

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We begin by thanking and praising Allah.

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And we asked him to shower Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with compliments and his family and companions and those who follow his Sunnah. May Allah make us amongst them. We ask Allah to teach us that which benefits us. We ask Allah to allow us to benefit from what she has taught us. And we ask Allah to increase us in beneficial knowledge. May Allah protect us from information that does not benefit?

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information that does not benefit is a liability.

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May Allah protect us from information that does not benefit us? May Allah protect us from a heart that does not tremble at his remembrance?

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We ask Allah to protect us from IE that is dry that does not shed tears.

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We asked a lot to protect us from enough's that never finds satisfaction, contentment.

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Continuing in the description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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We will read the next Hadeeth

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Hannah Hannah, Harry Potter, her death and our Kieran and they'll have even use it him

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and her dating Abdullah? Anybody avoid that and Abby and Linda joshy the interview so long it was a drama whorfin so the knee surgeon and Ibiza Houma sumatera, our master Harley Hema

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there's an opportunity to say he didn't fall

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through Zakaria, maybe the ADA and it hasn't even been a year and a half and he shall be a pearl pearl movie mohila to blue Sharma over the

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Dacia to the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of fame for the visa Houma because he saw either Angelina and Ahmed or jump button, or Houma head to her waka La Jolla did interview so long

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as you can Houma amla.

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This chapter is in the description of the cloth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Do we know what hoath is?

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In the Arabic language there are a lot of different words for footwear for what you wear on your feet.

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Just like in other languages as well, so we have shoes, we have boots, we have sandals, we have beneath them socks.

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They usually refer to shoes in Arabic as he that

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he that

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the classical Arabic term for slippers is neon.

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does that word come in the Quran?

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It comes in the Quran. Allah told Moosa

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for color Malaika in the cabin

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when Sam came and reached the place at the foot of the mountain of poor

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in the Sinai Peninsula and Allahu Subhanallah spoke to him Allah told him remove your to

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your slippers take them off in the cabin was in Montecito you are in a holy place a sanctified place so yeah. By

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the level above the shoot or other you know below depending on how you want to look at it. What we call socks, and English we only have socks. Is there anything else other than socks?

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No, no, I'm asking is there anything else? So in Arabic, there are two different things that can be worn.

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One of them is referred to as horse.

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And hoof is often translated as sock. But that's not accurate. The accurate word for SOC is Job.

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Job or two of them job a.

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So what is the difference with between hope and job? They said the hoof is the one that is made out of leather.

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It's made from leather.

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yeah, and he the foot of the of the camel.

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What is the roof of the German?

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What is it? the foot of the camel machine?

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It may not be as common now. Has anybody seen leather socks? You've seen them? So they still exist. People still aware of them? It's not as common. But yes, they still do exist leather socks. In the olden days, they were much more common. Why? Because people did not have sophisticated shoes and boots the way we have now.

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So if you want to keep your feet warm, you were Joe Rob and you were huff and then you were your urine. And then you have your sandals. Because most of what people were in the olden days word sandals for you. So now we know what a huff is. A Huff. So Joe what is a sock that is made of other material. Could be cotton could be wool, could be whatever else but that's Jonah huff is specifically made of leather. So if you use the word Hope you're talking about a leather sock specifically, we'll see why this is important in just a second.

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So in order to me the in this chapter, he made a chapter specifically to the huff Babu magic if you have feola suited for SLM and he mentioned to ahaadeeth the first one we read was on the duration of bowrider and even Bora

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Bora sir SS from his father here in Aries from his father Boyd. So even more either an Aries from bowrider that energetic he have we heard this name before. And Najafi and Naja. She was the ruler

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of a place known as Alibaba.

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Alibaba, where is Alibaba?

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If you opia with a kid? Me, Mia. Eritrea. You're sure

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Anything else?

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Any other theories?

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Yes, I'm a senior winner of a city of New Jersey at the time of the prophets I send them Where was that?

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There was no Ethiopia at that time. by that name near me, they were the nation states and the borders.

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Actually, there is difference of opinion amongst the historians.

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One of my teachers in Medina after doing some research concluded that in Nigeria at the time of the prophet SAW Selim was not imprisoned by European

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or Eritrea

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but was in present day Somalia.

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matters these within the discussions of the historians and those that want to dig and do more research about that.

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But it's in that region, what they call the Horn of Africa right? They call it the Horn of Africa

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beautiful place Mashallah.

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So he says he, and also in the joshy is significant. Why? Because the first hinge a lot was to his land. The prophet SAW said I'm told the Sahaba the first hedge law before Medina, when they were still in Mecca, the officer said him said go to an joshy. He is a just fair Christian ruler. He will be just unfair with you. And he was in fact, when the group of Sahaba arrived there, he

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questioned them. And there was a famous dialogue between him and who is also hobby.

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Nabi Allahu anhu and Jennifer had an amazing speech.

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That he gave in the court of a Najafi. It's out of the scope of our discussion to go over it today. But it's a beautiful, beautiful, concise, and comprehensive

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summary of Rasulullah and of the message of Islam that he gave, and then he recited to him verses of the Quran from Surah Maryam and Anna Joshi wept and he was moved by the statement of Jaffa and he said, This is your home. You live here as you wish and you are safe and protected.

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For an agenda he sent a gift Ballina beside him, he sent a gift to the profits of a long radio Center and the joshy became

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and he was a believer, and when he died in the news of his death read that reached the puffs Isilon rasulillah prayed salatu

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salam ala he prayed janazah In absence on an Najafi because no one over there pretty generous on Jessie. And so jabril came in and formed the prophesized salah and also like did a lot of

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other interviews or cinema

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in Santa Jane, he gifted to the professor salon a pair of cloth, one for each foot, a pair s wedding they were black in color, and they usually are even till today when you see people wearing leather socks, they're usually black. Although I've seen some brown ones that are kind of nice. I don't know Santa Santa Jane, they were

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the leather did not have any hair on it.

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Have you seen sometimes something could be made of leather or cowhide but it still has some of the hair you've seen that before. So usually when they will remove all of that leather and they will process it and tan it and use it like for example like in a leather jacket or something it doesn't have any of the hair. So that was the type of leather that was the

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consistency or the or the texture of it.

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So the profit wore them. So here we see that the profit accepted the gift from a Naja she also has an accepted gifts. So he wore them and also to work with NASA had a Hema the profit made will do and when he made will do he wiped over them.

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He wiped over them. Very interesting by Let's read the next Hadith and then we'll go into detail

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in the next Hadith that we read

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Allah mahira Sharma Elmo, I'm sure that he relates that Disha

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this year, he was also happy with the prophesised alum, his name was Bahia, and he is special. Does anybody know why Disha is special.

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anybody hear something about Disha?

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First of all,

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nobody really names their children Disha.

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I just thought of this because I only know one person named here.

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There's a there's a brother and Imam and he named his son Divya said you are the only person that I've ever heard of or met. That has this name. Yeah, I thought that was interesting. Yeah, it was a hobby. He was very special.

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The prophet SAW said lamb when gibreel would come and visit him. jabril is an angel. He's an angel. And we don't see angels in their form.

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The way that Allah created them, we are not able to see them in their original form.

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When gibreel would come and visit the office, or SLM, sometimes he would come to him in his original form and the Prophet signed up on a few occasions, and it was a wondrous amazing sight. The Prophet said no who said to me at dinner, he had 600 wings. Huge. Sometimes jabril would come in the form of a man

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that no one recognized.

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Like in the famous howdy jabril they call it howdy for gibreel it's the first Hadeeth Sorry, it's the second Hadith of the 40 no we had

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Omar narrates that a man came shady Dubai all the therapy shady do sour the Chateau de la la Safar one I had for janessa in an abuse olara Salim escena de la COVID de la Rocha with a while back cafe lfctv. He says A man came Rama describes the situation. It's like you're on the edge of your seat. Armando says a man walked in his clothes where she

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shiny white, His hair was jet black. He did not have any signs of a traveler, and none of us knew who he was.

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You're just hearing this heady theory like, Whoa, who is this guy? So then he came to the profits of Larson them, and he sat right in front of him. And he put his knees right in front of the knees of the Prophet. And he put his hands on his thighs. Like what is happening? I know who is this person? And then they had a conversation. And then when the conversation ended, for what would it be rather than the man left and the cover like, Who is this guy? So the Prophet said, I tend to Rona men, however, I don't have any side. Okay. So Sam, do you know who this man that was asking the questions was, Allah and His Messenger know best? They said, have gibreel Atacama Lima come, Dina come? The

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Prophet said that was gibreel he came here to teach you your religion.

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Mr. Says law reform in a had none of us knew who he was. But in other instances jabril would come and he would assume the image of the here.

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So he would come and visit the office. I said him and he looks just like an area. And people think that's talking to the boss lesson, but it was a big deal. So that's what makes the area special that most often, when jabril would assume the image in a form of a man. He would assume the image in the form resembling the hair

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for some wisdoms, some of which we may not know, but that's something special. But back to our discussion

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this year gifted to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who fame

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so the Prophet accepted the gift and he wore them.

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Also, he gave him a Juba, a cloak, an outer garment, a long shirt that the Prophet wore, is a human so the Prophet wore those two things had that he wore them until there was wear and tear and some holes started to form

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because he appreciated and loved those gifts, those articles of clothing so much.

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The prophets Allah SLM did not inquire is this leather from an animal that was slaughtered or not? The prophets I said him did not inquire about that. But you let us know now dissect this topic a little bit. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam wore these leather socks. We know that for a fact. What's interesting here from a legal perspective, from a physics perspective, jurisprudence is the point in the Hadith when they said thermotoga Botha, Mr. haleema The Prophet made will do and he wiped over them.

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Now we are going to begin the contentious, ferocious

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discussion of whitening over the socks

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or it's not contentious for you guys. Everyone is cool with it. Mashallah, what a wonderful I should have known better. I think in most communities in other parts of the world, it's still a contentious issue, but the ability to dissect it

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is it permissible to wipe over your socks when you're making although

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helaas cotton Wyden agreed? conclusion

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Mashallah, Adams Radhika you don't need a class

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if you had a shower before La

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La kilusang

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our job

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someone said we'll do an

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although he said showered by him who do not wish I had labor's there. The quality he said has to be high quality if it's something really cheap socks that no

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thickness Mashallah so it has to be very thick.

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Mashallah 14 He said if you wipe over them, the moisture cannot seep through until it touches your foot or he said if you're able to walk on the outside that qualifies them to wipe on the brothers shaking his head he said.

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He said the profit leftover them animalism quality or shower.

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Not seeing the detail on the head is Jimmy Marshall Anything else?

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They have to be above the ankles. He says Jani. If it's short socks, they can

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Or what they call no show socks doesn't work this

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they have to be leather she says only leather you can wipe on you want to wipe over nylon or rayon or cotton which I fish

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by. So now we see how it's a contentious issue right? Because the brother said I don't see any of these details and if you guys are giving me a headache What's happening? And now we have all these things like let's dissect it Bismillah

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The, the scholars have

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they talked about this issue in great length. So Pamela nothing in our Deen is trivial.

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This Sharia of ours, the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah did not leave la Sahil Ratan wala Kabira nothing has been left. undiscussed aluma committed to lacunae, Dena come. And if somebody wanted to make fun of Islam, during the time of the Prophet I sent him in, he said, he marked the prophets. I said, I'm terma. He said, your messenger even teaches you how to clean yourself when you go to the bathroom. This is not a source of mockery, this is a source of Islam. Yes, nothing is left on disgust. We have to be very careful. Sometimes we may be a little an issue. Yeah, no big deal.

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just wiping on the socks and just

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Sure, there are priorities, there are elderly, yet there are certain things that are more important than others, no disagreement, but nothing is trivial.

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Even wiping on especially this issue, because this is, this is bahala, one of the first verses to be revealed with the Arabic alphabet.

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Allah commanded the Messenger of Allah to be in state of bahala to be in a state of purity. So let us learn in the Quran, in Surah Tula EDA, Allah Subhana, wa Taala. When talking about the feet, he says that you are to wash the feet.

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So, so, this is always how we begin when we learn. We begin at the Foundation, the price and the foundation is the feet are to be washed

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with water by how do we get into wiping. We see here that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam qualified for us this concession. This is a rasa. This is a concession. This is a means of ease. You read Allahu de como usara whenever you need to be kumana Rasul. Allah wants is for you. Magic Allah, Allah config demon harridge. Allah did not command the commandments of this religion so that you can be in a difficult situation.

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So the prophesize Alam gave us a way to wipe instead of wash

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instead of washing by him. That's the first thing.

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The second thing is we have so many a Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim, wiping over his hoof. So many Hector, Bella hottie Tato, the highest level of authenticity, it's called mutawatir hadith of wiping over the whole have reached this level, meaning there is no room for debate that this is something allowed.

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So where does the contention come in? The issue is that the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasalam always wiped on a huff, not job.

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Remember, when we distinguished between the two?

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Remember how we distinguish the two what is the difference in health and job?

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necesito you guys forgot? Who is made of leather?

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The Hadith of the prophets, I said I'm wiping What is he?

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So the fuqaha some of them they said, the prophet always wiped on a leather sock. So now the question arises, can a non leather sock take the place of another one? Can a non leather sock be wiped on?

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Here we have a debate. Here we have a debate some of the

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some of the scholars and they have proof and basis for this. They said no.

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They said no. If you want to wipe it has to be on a leather sock.

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Many times this is attributed

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only to the Hanafi School of Law.

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And that's not

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only the opinion of the Hanafi School of Law, but even in the Maliki School of Law that we studied. This is also the ruling as well.

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Many times this is attributed as they say and I've heard this and I don't and I like addressing the elephant in the room. They said

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This is a DC version of Islam.

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But we Arabs, we wipe on our cloth socks, you daisies you only have to have this is not appropriate. This is not appropriate. This is a fifth issue. This is not a racial issue. And this is not something only limited to the Hanafi School of Law and the scholars of the Hanafi school and I knew what was the greatest roadmap some of the gifts I don't know if this woman So number one, no. Oh Muslims. lm Rahim Allah may Allah have mercy on your that this is a legitimate difference of opinion. And the understanding that it must be leather is a legitimate scholarly opinion.

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And the understanding that it is not limited to leather is also a legitimate scholarly opinion. Henceforth, there is no room to fight or quarrel. I'll tell you a real life story

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I was making will do in this bathroom right out here.

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Many years ago. I don't do this anymore because I studied Medicare fifth, we don't wipe on our socks. But back in those days things are different. So I wiped on my sock. A brother got very angry with me. He said this is not correct. We'll do End of story.

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Zack Hello, hello. I'll tell you another story happened to my friend. He told me this. It happened to him. So the Senate is very short. He said I was leaving for law. He's a half of the foreign said I was leading this is a funny story. So get ready to laugh. He said I was leading Sala in the masjid.

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He said I finished salatu salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah. There was a brother who had done Salah behind him. He said, I have one question.

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Yes, what's your question? He said,

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is the question Mashallah said do you wipe on your socks

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the Mashallah he was very well cultured and acquainted with the difference of opinion. So he said, I got him

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no fear. He said, he was like, I chose my words very carefully. I knew this was not gonna end bad he said, Yes, I do. But I didn't for this fella.

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So you don't have to worry and he said yes, I do for my socks just to let you know my opinion. But I didn't for this Allah.

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The weather looked at his friend beside him. He said come on Allahu.

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Yeah, even though he didn't do it for this one, he does it overall so x is out. So we find

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that there is some community polarizing over this issue. And there is no need for that.

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There is no need for that. This is a matter that allows for legitimate he had legitimate scholarly

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difference of opinion. So the other method said it has to be made of leather. This is legitimate and they have their proof. And other LMS said it doesn't have to be only leather it can be job, it can be a non leather sock, but even those that said it can be a non leather sock, they put conditions

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They put some conditions, so pay attention to the conditions they said.

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They said

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it must cover the full foot, including up to and including the ankle. What our sister told us

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it has to cover the entire foot up to and including the ankle. So if my ankle is here, and my sock comes just below my ankle, can I wipe over it? No.

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It has to cover ankle doesn't have to go all the way up to your knee but it has to cover the ankle. Number one, number two, it must cover the whole foot we said that but it cannot have any big holes or even small it cannot have holes in it.

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Especially if they're big holes.

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Such that a portion of the foot is covered.

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It needs to be of a certain thickness. What the brothers shared with us, it cannot be extremely thin. They said if the sock is so thin, that you are able to see how the foot is you know some of these socks are so thin they're almost see through or if it has a lot of little holes, you know some designs have that

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or if it will easily rip if you walked on it. Then they said it doesn't qualify to be white.

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On ni CB, some thickness or if the water is going to seep through and your foot is going to be all wet. These are some of the conditions that they're placed to understand what it is that qualifies to be wiped upon.

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So so these are some of the conditions that it's not see through and not super thin. Also, they said it has to sit on the foot by itself.

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If it needs to be tied to the foot, then it doesn't qualify meaning if it can easily slip off, then it doesn't qualify to be wiped over then it doesn't qualify to be wiped over one more item. These are some of the things that they mentioned. But wiping over the foot were in general is an established practice in our area, and has an imbecile he said the 17th from the Sahaba narrated to me that they saw the prophesizing I'm wiping over his hoof over his leather sock over his Hall of Fame, how do you wipe over the sock. So the brother said to us you have to wear it when you're upon a state of Voodoo.

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So you can just wake up in the morning and put on your socks and then make wudu and wipe over it and save it on my wiped over my sock 70 of those habits are the profit wiping overs often do not talk to me. We say no, when you put on your sock you will not in a state of will do. So first you have to make the dough properly washing the feet and then you could put on your socks in a state of Ohio before that although gets invalidated and then you can wipe upon it if it fulfills these conditions that we mentioned subsequently for the rest of that day.

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the for the three of the four schools of law agreed that you wipe only on the top of the foot.

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But in the Maliki School of Law, and Mashallah the scholars of the medical school were geniuses or Hema Humala. They said, you wipe on the top of the foot, would you ban and you wipe on the bottom of the foot is dish bobbin. you wipe on the top of the foot, that's mandatory, and that fulfills the requirement. And you can also wipe on the bottom of my foot. That's a voluntary, that's extra reward.

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Where did they get that from? the profits of lawyers Allium said in a Hadith, if the Sharia if the laws of Islam were based on logic, then we would have wiped on the bottom of the foot instead of the top.

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So some people through this hadith at the Maliki's, they said, Hey, take that.

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What do you have to say about that? If Islam was about logic and ration the laws of Islam, then logically, rationally, the bottom of your sock is the one that touches the world. So when you make what do you life on the bottom, rationally speaking, but now we wipe on the top. This was a means of saying, Listen, don't take all of your laws just based on logic and rationale. There is logic, but prior to logic and as a perimeter to logic and rationality is the laws of Allah and His messenger. So where did we get the other ones from? They said, there is another Hadith where one of the Sahaba saw the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and he wiped on the bottom of his cough. So the Maori keys they

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did not take abandon the other they brought the two together they said the statement of Valley shows us only the top is mandatory,

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and the heads of the other companion, it shows us that it is permissible and it is voluntary to wipe on the bottom as well. There is an opinion found in the medical school, may Allah have mercy on all of our scholars.

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somebody might say, you know, why are we talking about the footwear of the prophesies alum, there is no tangible benefit in that.

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There is benefit in everything into en la Cubana, besides lm, anything that has anything to do with the Messenger of Allah is beneficial to talk about.

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And so we extract these understandings and these rulings from everything dealing with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And your question about this before we move on? Yes.

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Yes, one white,

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just one wipe.

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With moist and damp hands. You don't have to take like a bucket of water in your hands and no, you moisten your hands and you wipe

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fulfilling all the conditions we talked about. Yes, ma'am.

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Good. So this history is saying how long does this concession last for many of the schools are filled. They said before the one who is a resident you'll want to wear Laila a day and a night and for the one that is traveling three days and there are nights, so there is more leniency for the traveler but

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In America School of Law, they did not have these time constraints a person can wipe for longer periods of time, whether they're a resident or a traveler. So this is a matter of legitimate different scholarly opinions. Yes, ma'am.

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Yes, you can use your right hand, and you can use your left hand for your left foot, or you can use your right hand for both. No problem with that.

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Any other questions? Yes.

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No, from the front of your foot up? Yes.

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Yeah. And it's very simple. And it's easy here. And we don't have to

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get more technical about it than what the Sharia explained to us.

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Can we move on any other questions on this, but let's move on to the next chapter.

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The next chapter is Babel nyjah. I

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will send them the description of the none of the sandals have the purpose of a lot harder to set up. So the first one we talked about his socks, they will hopefully wear leather. And here we're going to talk about his sandals for you. In this chapter in our material he mentions

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11 ahaadeeth. You live in a hadith that he mentions in his chapter in this chapter. We don't have to read every single one of them. Let's read some of the key ones because there is some repetition. Let's listen to them. Definite Mohammed Abu Bashar para de Sena Buddha would apply Elysee Allah had done a man Calico to the nsmb American cave occasionally Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and kata de man and pata de Paul to the nsep Malik Kiefer, kind of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam por la la una de vida. And

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in this narration, attire that says I asked us and remember we said so many of these narrations are reported to us by ns, because he lived for many years in the company of the office, I set him as a young man. And so he observed so many of these characteristics and practices, he brought us so much benefit, may Allah be pleased with him, and it's super dramatic. And may Allah be pleased with his mother who sent him and put him in that situation.

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What were the sandals of the Messenger of Allah like? So ns said the Sanders had two straps.

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It was a sandal and it had coming on the top two straps.

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Had an upper Taiba

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and mannequin.

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head doesn't have to be Mussa or a head, the head a man or a head as an American and Abby, Xena and Abby Hirata and an abuse of a lot harder to set them up. Even harder for

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either NASA that will be Chanel filter kuhnian any one of whom are too narrow for Houma twins

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to ask themselves whenever you put on your footwear,

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your sandals or your shoes whenever you put on your footwear, begin with the right foot

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and then the left and when you want to remove them remove the left one first and then the rights so the right should be the first one putting on and the last one removing.

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Abu Musa Mohammed Abu Musa naka de Mohammed Abu Jafar para de Santa sure about to call her death an ash earth who shot

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and Avi and Miss wrote in an Asia pilot can Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam Ala Moana must upon our feet our journey within our early he was he he he narrates to us that loss of life so SLM used to love doing things and starting good positive things with his right side as much as he could, he would begin with this right here when combing his hair. We mentioned that in the previous session, and he would begin with the right when wearing his shoes. And when washing his limbs in will do he would watch the right one first before the left one.

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So the prophets have a long way to send them wore these sandals. And as we said, No. Right We said that's a puranic term as well. And his sandals we heard from NSF they had two straps in the front.

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Some of the earlier Matt described from other narrations that these two straps, they came between the first and second toe and the third strap. The second strap was between the third and the fourth toe. So between the first two

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second toe and between the third and fourth toe they made like a loop that over his toes, and his Salatu was Salam. They were made of leather. And similar to the job they were hitless leather. So the hair the leather did not have any of the hair still on it. And we see here that the Prophet sallallaahu Selim used to start by putting on the right one before the left, he would do the opposite when removing and nomadic actually kept a pair of the prophets of Allah hideyo synonyms sandals, Abdullayev neuroma he used to copy, the prophet SAW Selim and he would try to get sandals of the same texture, and that resembled because he loved the Prophet Solomon or send them so much.

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And Abdullah Massoud, when Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam would sit down, he would take off the sandals for the office. I said I'm off of his feet, and he would hold them in venomous rude sometimes, he would place them under his arm and he would keep them with him. Until the prophets lie Selim was ready to leave. So then he would go and put on the sandals for him. Abu Bakr and Omar also used to wear the same type of sandal, as the prophet SAW Selim with two opera straps out of their love for wanting to resemble the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this is not a matter of exaggeration. This is a matter of love. And people still do that tilted.

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Why do people when they go and buy basketball shoes, they go by cobis, or they go by Kevin Durant's, or they go by James Harden shoes, because there is veneration there is love there is this idea of really looking up to that person. So you want to copy them. You want to wear what they wear, and just with what they dress in, and if it's something of their brand with their logo, that's something that brings status. This is human behavior. You can argue whether it's wise or not, some people might come and say it's overpriced. That's beyond besides the point here. What I'm trying to say is, when a person loves someone else, they will emulate them.

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They will copy them. And so that was part of the love that the Sahaba had for it or sort of La he's on a long ride, he was a lamb.

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So let's say well, I thought to do that now.

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I want to wear the same clothes, the way the process no more in the same sandals. Can I do that? Sure, he can do that. May Allah reward you for your love of the prophet SAW Selim. But keep something in mind.

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keep something in mind. The Prophet salallahu alaihe salam now, the prophet SAW Selim forbade from liberto Shura. The prophet SAW, Selim forbade us from dressing in a certain way that is completely different than everyone around us so much so that we will stick out like a sore thumb.

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That's not something allowed and a person wears these clothing so that they can be different. If you wear sandals, like the way that prophesies and send those look like, you know,

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fine, but you're gonna stick out because no sandals that look like that No. So I just want us to have a very balanced approach. There is beauty in emulating and imitating the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But let us remember that we follow the prophesised tradition holistically and comprehensively, we don't pick and choose.

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We don't pick and choose so it's not fair to apply one Sunnah, or Hadith. Selim, which is going to lead us to contradicting a universal one. Is that make sense? Yes. So there is definitely a loan from the Sahaba in trying to copy the Messiah so somebody can see what are we benefiting from hearing about his sandals? Number one, we want to know about this messenger. We want to know all of his ins and outs. That's how you grow in your love of someone, you become very acquainted with every detail of their life. And if you love someone, you will want to know details about their life. And the more details you learn about someone, it will lead you to loving that person, natural human

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process. We want that with the profit suppliers that that's number one. Number two, we can see the benefit here that those that have that had in their love of the prophets. I send them do we are we having that much love for it? Also, like I said, now?

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If not, that's something we need to work on and focus on.

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The next chapter in our midterm III mentioned some narrations that talk about the reading of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. Better, physically hatami Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So let's read. You know metonymy, he mentions eight hidey eight narrations in this chapter. Let's listen to afford them

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to abort awana and ambition and nerfed neuroma and an abusive along it was an

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Takahata min min.

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T movie when is when is

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it normal says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a ring made of silver.

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And he used to use it as a stamp

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to stop his letters that he instructed the Sahaba to write and would be sent to different ages and different influential people in the neighboring civilizations and countries. But he did not wear it.

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He did not wear it. That's what this headset says. But remember, we don't pick and choose. Let's keep going. Let's keep learning. Another narration we have in the chapter.

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At the center is half of women, so

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Abbey and patata and nsep American all in Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam aniak tuba Ella Jamie Tierra who in a gym layup by Luna Illa Kitab. In LA he had

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a hard time In fact, in the unburrow Isla del v v coffee. And it says what I said I wanted to write letters to the non out of kings and rulers. They were not out up.

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He was informed he was taught on messenger of Allah, there is a cultural norm in the non our blends that when a ruler receives an official letter, he does not consider official unless it is stamped unless it has a seal from the sender. If it doesn't,

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they don't pay attention to it.

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This was their practice. It's just like when you apply to a university, they want you to present a sealed transcript. Can you just print out your transcript online and take it to them? This is it. This is printed. It's here? No, it has to be in an envelope sealed, then we'll accept it.

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It's a formality. It's a formality How much do you have to deal with it? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he was informed of this, he wanted to make sure his letter reaches its intended audience. So he said make me a ring get married, I will stamp I will have a seal and all stamp my letters with this ring.

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The purpose of ursuline wrote letters to the emperor of the Roman Empire Abyssinian civilization, Persian civilization it's such an all of these different empires and neighboring civilizations the prophets I said um, wrote letters to them.

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And he had this ring and he would stamp the letters with this ring. What was the inscription on this ring?

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Yes, from top to bottom it said a law

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or soon

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but do we read from bottom to top or from top to bottom?

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Well, yeah, I know right to left, but let's say it's a good good answer.

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I know from right to left, but in terms of top to bottom, which way do you go bottom to top or top to bottom?

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You go from top to bottom. That's how you read from top to bottom. So it should be Mohammed Rasul Allah, but the puffs are seldom did he used to read or write? No, he did not read or write. But when they were making the ring for him, and he instructed them to put this inscription, make the seal of my ring, Mohammed Rasulullah.

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Mohammed is his name Rasulullah is his position and his role.

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Mohammed Rasulullah, but he told them put the name of Allah above my name out of respect.

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Out of respect, this was by instruct the prophesize alum. He said put the name of Allah above my name. So it reads Mohammed and was to the law but from bottom to top out of adept out of respect for the name of Allah. That was sort of like a solemn had

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by him

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are sort of law means the Messenger of Allah

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is half a dozen Abdullah Coronavirus Anna Rama and Nasir Ebony Rama call it Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Mahatma men mean various photography so more canopy ad ab bekkering where the Romo the mechanical the roof man had Tara Phoebe Aris

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Natasha who Mohammedan Rasulullah Ebner, Mr narrates that also lies virus lm had a ring that he kept in his position and he possession and he would

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and he said after the profit passed aboobaker

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had it in his possession. After Abu Bakar past, Romero had it in his possession.

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After Omar passed Roseman fan had it in his position and the order in succession of their rule and authority was in that same order as well. Had fee the earth man until the time when Earth man was Khalifa.

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It slipped out of his hand and it fell into a role and the name of that well is the Aries the well of Aries. Where is that well located? Anybody been to Medina?

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Yes. Did you go to Masjid Koba?

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Koba Okay, when you went to MSU, to go back and you are approaching the masjid by bus or by car or walking, there was in the corner of the Main Street, a water fountain Did you see that? Maybe it was off during the daytime is usually off because it'll all evaporate.

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Usually they turn it on at night and they put some lights. Now they've actually if you've gone recently, in the past year, they've built over it. So the fountain isn't there anymore. Anybody remember seeing a water play a water fountain and the front machine in the corner? No Google Images, you'll see what I'm talking about.

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That was the location of the world of Eddie's.

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That's where the wealth of Eddie's was located. It is no longer a well that you can draw from at this time. But that was its approximate location.

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And Earth man Abner a fan. The ring fell from his end and fell inside this well. And he was extremely handy. The Sahaba when they acquired a possession of the prophet SAW Selim, they were extremely protective of it.

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And so for the ring of the prophesized him to fall in that well was devastating for men. And so he actually sent people to go down in there and dig and search and search and search, and they never recovered it.

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After a man was the Royal ship rally.

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And then after that, we thought there were several rulers and there was a time of strife and conflict and difficulty. And then it was unreliable. Mr. Rude and Malia and Maria and I do medical model one and the rate during the Umayyad dynasty. One of the believers was Rama Abdulaziz, we've heard this name before a righteous

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of the early generations and he's actually a great grandson of

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maternal great grandson. Mr. Bradley as he is was given the position of Governor of Medina while he Almudena, then eventually he was appointed as the housekeeper.

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During his time as governor of Medina, he wanted to control the search for this ring. And that was several decades after the time of Earth man, but he wanted to find that ring. And so he told them to be open that well, and he sent people down. And some of the historical narration said that they spent six days and nights searching in that well.

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And I covered the ring.

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So anybody comes to you today and says, we found the ring of rasulillah, tell them

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to Damn it, come see you later.

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Don't tell them to walk away.

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Because nobody recovered it. Nobody recovered it. There is some

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of the scholars say that there is symbolism in this. But there is symbolism, because the time of Earth man was the beginning of a lot of internal strife.

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In the Muslim community, there arose a faction known as a leverage. And there was a lot of confusion. And people started doing some actions in the name of Islam, that Allah and His messenger and the religion of Islam are completely free of.

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And the Prophet warned of that phenomenon. And it led to Horace Mann being assassinated.

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And then later Later led to more Division during the time of Elliot IV a pilot and eventually it led to him

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being killed and even from his family and his son, and there is a lot of historical detail in there. It is far beyond the scope of our discussion today. But know this that some of the MSA, there is

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Some symbolism there, that the losing of that ring was correlated to a time period in history when there was a lot of internal strife and conflict. And this was part of the prophecy of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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May Allah be pleased with all of the Sahaba

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play a few notes about the ring of the populism and then it is time to conclude. A few things we see here is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had this ring and he wore a ring and it was made from silver. Now, you may come across some narrations that talk about the prophecy, I said, I'm having a gold ring.

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And this was prior to the ruling being established of men being forbidden from wearing gold.

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Because the religion of Islam did not come down in one shot, the laws and the rulings of Islam were revealed to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in stages over the span of 23 years. Just like alcohol in the beginning was not impermissible, and then it was discouraged, then it was discouraged at certain times, and then it became completely implausible. Such was the ruling of men adorning themselves with gold. In the beginning, it was not impermissible, then the ruling was established that it is impermissible for men to wear gold, and that is the final ruling in the laws of Islam. And so if you come across this narration of the Prophet wearing a ring of gold know that this was in the prior

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stages, prior to that ruling being

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being established innominate bayhealth, he had the opinion

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that the surgeon had two rings, actually, at different periods of time two rings later, I'm not talking about the issue of gold, because some narration say that it had it was made of an Abyssinian gem. And some said it was what it was filmed while it was silver. So some of them are like he might be happy. He said it had he might have had tours at different times. How did the offseason and where it some narrations say that he wore the ring with the stone because you know you have a ring and then there's a stone on the ring with the ring facing with the stone facing his palm.

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It comes in some narrations with a stone of the ring was facing the palm of his hand, and he his Salatu was Salam. It is said some of the earlier Matt deduced from these narrations that he finally used it functionally, for a functional purpose of stamping the letters. Other said no, he worked at other times. He worked at other times as well. Not only strictly for the purpose of stamping

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the rings, so there is some reconciling that the ultimate do between the different narrations will love aterna Barnum, we're out of time so we will stop here inshallah Tada. And there is more to talk about the issue of the ring because the next chapter talks about

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how the prophet SAW sent him where his ring and if he weren't in his right hand or in his left in admittedly the mentioned is more narrations and there's more detail and nuance shallow to Allah we will discuss that in our forthcoming gathering, which will take place on the first Friday of next month of April. And that will be April 6 insha. Allah who Delica Watada Any questions before we close?

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Yes, ma'am.

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The name of the well the roll was named Eddie's

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in Arabic it is spelled Elif Hamza Fatah, La Casa La, ya sukoon seen Aries in English you would spell it a r e s, or if you want a really super transliteration a are I the bar on top s

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Eddie's long vowel, big little Eddie's This was one of the seven blessed wells in Medina that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had interaction with there were others, some of them their location is marked, and some of them their location is not marked. But this is one of them and the significance of it to our discussion is the story of the ring. Any other questions now

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Right, so so we mentioned that the prophecy was not able to read or write this was one of the miraculous natures of the prophet SAW Selim. So when we said literally, quote, The Prophet wrote letters to kings and emperors, let not anyone listening or watching the video at this time or at a later time, yes, I'm looking at you the camera, know that the Prophet physically himself wrote it, he delegated and designate it and some of us have it, they had this role. They had this role of cattle or cereal is larger than they used to write and be the scribe for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Some of us will have had this as a task as a role, but the prophesized and was me, like,

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he did not read or he did not, and he did not write, and in any other person, this is blameworthy, but he had an abuse isolation, this is a movement, this is praiseworthy, for the prophets. I said them, because it shows that he himself would not have been capable of writing the Orion or coming up with any of the revelation that he was sent to from Allah. Yes, man.

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Yeah, so we mentioned this, I believe last month or the month before that there are there are physical items that are attributed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam today, and we said no, to that the powerful so Islam came into contact with his blessing, and can be used as a source of blessing. But we said the items that are in people's possession today, we have absolutely no means of authenticating or verifying that they in fact, came from the Prophet, slice alum. And in that discussion, we had talked about the importance and the necessity of what we call Synod,

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a unbreakable, authentic, verified chain of narration. That's how we analyze the statements of the prophet SAW Selim. And likewise, that's how we analyze physical items as well. And unfortunately, these items that are in circulation today, and that are in people's presence, we do not have a authentic Senate to verify and trace back that they go to the prophesize salon. Henceforth, we would caution and be wary of saying that this is a source of blessing because we cannot verify

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or able to verify, absolutely, definitely we would use it as a source of blessing as the Sahaba did. They used to collect the water that dripped from his body when he made will do they will collect his hair when he cut his hair, and it's super dramatic kept the pair of sandals, Abubakar on earth man kept his ring, the Sahaba loved items from the prophesized in them because he was blessed and anything that he came into contact with was blessed and was a source of blessing. However, the items in circulation today we have no means of verifying or authenticating that they are in fact, go back to the buyer seller.

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If you

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if you hit like on Facebook, when someone posts issues a profit,

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I would not like such a post, I would look at it and smile and say something Allahu alayhi wa sallam and keep scrolling. Actually, I wouldn't keep scrolling up, close the window and go do something else.

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But I would not hit like or share.

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I would just leave it. As my friend said the ROI. You guys know what ROI is? You guys know what ROI is? return on investment. They said an ROI on a virtual debate is zero. Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, your return on investment of a debate of an argument in the virtual world. You won't get anything back.

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But you put in a lot. I want to announce us because people are leaving, bring back their smiles, a Rohingya benefit dinner. This is a benefit dinner organised for the benefit of our brothers and sisters from the Rohingya that are living in absolute terrible conditions. In Bangladesh, many and most of them in Bangladesh. And this is a benefit dinner to try and gather support for and it's sponsored by an organization called mercy without limits. The brother announced it today after Joomla and I've been asked to remind you all it is next Saturday, March 10. And I see 123456 speakers and they are speakers that I myself would be very interested to listen to. So I would

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encourage you to attend and show your support charlo Tada for our brothers and sisters in Rohingya May Allah subhanahu wa tada uplifted the oppression that they are experiencing me Allahu Subhana Allah

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with Hannah, grant them better living conditions, viola piano with rhythm of property and of Eros, may Allah subhanaw taala close those of them that are unclothed and for those that are and cure law that are sick and grant mercy and expansion in the graves of those of them that have passed away, except those that have been wrongfully murdered and killed amongst the Shahada, and or lost some kind of data bring happiness and comfort into their homes and their hearts and their lives back to a place of stability and comfort and safety. And I mean

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any questions any other I saw a couple hands up Yes,

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sir, the Hadith of the Prophet sighs and then it was

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perhaps some of the Sahaba but from the prophet SAW Selim the Hadith all say both for the profit sciences and the ideas all say

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yes, yes.

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I do not know that it needs to be simultaneous with Longhorn.

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Yes, ma'am.

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So if it's not the gold, then technically it is not impermissible. However, the scholar is copied and advised that can we hold on one second? If you're in a rush, leave the chair I will take care of them shala.

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The scholars cautioned and advise demand not to wear something that resembles gold, even though it's not I impermissible, but because it could lead to a misconception. Other people may see it and say Oh, is that gold, and that could lead to some social conflict. So they advised to abstain from wearing that even though technically in and of itself. It is not impermissible, and some of the scholars said it is impermissible because of its likeness, and its resemblance to God and Allah knows best.

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Yes, ma'am.

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I can't hear.

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Yes, because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said emphatically and clearly that in this dunya, gold and silk are for women, and in general men can adorn themselves with gold and silk. Is there a specific wisdom above that? Perhaps there is an I don't know it, or perhaps there is a nobody knows it. But suffice to say that it is from the tradition of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Any other queries, questions?

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