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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Monday night I mean, Eddie he will be here Jemaine

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Hello my name is Fernando and for nav mera limited I was in our EMA We begin by thanking and praising Allah.

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Then we beseech him to shower Mohammed Salah aloha to send them with compliments and salutations

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and upon his family and his companions and all those who follow his tradition.

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We begin by praying to a lot and asking him to teach us that which benefits us. We ask Allah to allow us to benefit from what he has allowed us to learn.

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And we ask Allah to increase us in benefit of knowledge.

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As to what follows. Continuing with the topic of Shama L, which is the description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we left off last month talking about the ring of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Does anybody remember that?

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No problem. That's okay. Um, do

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you remember that?

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So we talked about heighten the ring of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And we talked about how it was, what it was made of, and how it looked and the inscription and we talked about how the profits alarm system used it. And we talked about what happened to it and where did it go.

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Just to recap and bring everyone up to speed. We are following the

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order of narrations in the book of Amanda Timothy. He is a famous scholar of Hadith. And he compiled this text of a Shema in of description narrations that describe the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And so we're following that text. So we're gonna move on to the next chapter, which is chapter number 13.

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And in this chapter, Babel magic is a lot harder to sell in Kenya to hurt the movie. I mean, this chapter, it says the chapter that explains how the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to wear his ring on his right hand. So now that we talked about the ring and what it was, how did the prophets lesson wear this ring?

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Remember, Timothy gives us a chapter heading here. And just from the chapter heading, I mean, he's basically given us His opinion or his understanding. Now when we look at the actual narrations, we're going to see that there's some other details here. So let's read these narrations.

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I don't know if we will get a chance to read all of them. And there are a total of

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nine narrations in this chapter. And there's a lot of similarity between them. We'll just read a few of them because there's a lot of repetition and I will try to see which one is different as well. I definitely got an amendment at the Hydra Mohammed Al and asker al Baghdadi where Abdullah Abdullah

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Abu Hassan cara de nurseryman,

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Angelica, Angelica Abdullah, me nemea and Ibrahim even Abdi live in her name, and Abby here and be a part of an obeah solara Cinema can Elba Suharto houfy Yemeni. So this hadith is on the canary on the authority of alien.

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And he says that I used to wear his ring on the right hand on his right hand. The next narration mentioned similar it's a different companion. And the narration after and after and after all mentioned something similar until we get to this hadith that has some extra information. But I had this inner Mohammed

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Sofia and Moosa enough and even euro more annina via salaria Takahata man midfield, wha? Wha? Wha hoo me Monica.

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Monica Shafi Muhammad Rasulullah wanna have an en la wahoo Elisa coppermine more at Phoebe Aris.

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And this hadith is also recorded in the book of Muslim and is authentic. And I mentioned that because some of these narrations have some weakness in the chain of narration, but this is one of the narrations that is authentic and is a strong chain of narration. In this narration.

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He says,

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in a rumor the son of Mr. Baba narrates that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam had a written made of silver. So what was the ring made of? It was made of silver, and Jalla Fossum, Mariela kapha, who, so ring has a band, and then it also has the stone, right? There's a stone or there's the head of the ring, or there's a rock or something of that nature. In Arabic, we call that false,

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false little cotton. So he would put that part in, I should have brought a ring to demonstrate

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one of you brothers wearing earrings,

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many of you know what's wrong with you guys? Misaki? Does it have a stone on it? Okay, that doesn't, that doesn't help us. That's okay.

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So I want you to imagine a ring that has a stone on it, right? So the prophets I send him would put the stone on the inside of his finger on the inside. Everybody can visualize that.

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Why? A few reasons.

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First of all, we talked last time about how the ring of the prophet SAW Selim was functional,

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it was functional, meaning he would use it to stamp his letters that he would send, he would instruct the companions to write these letters to different leaders and different rulers. And then he would stamp it that was the, that's how people find their documents in those days. And so the Prophet would stamp that so he wanted to protect that stone so it doesn't get scratched or the basically the stamp of it gets damaged. So you would put it on the inside of his hand, when something is on the outside of your hand, it can rub up on something or hit something and might get damaged. So some of the retina they understood, they said, Why would he put on the inside to protect

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it, some of the scholars said he would do this when going to relieve himself

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to cover that part and he would enclose it in his hand below and this is one understanding of some of the scholars other RMS said if you have a ring that has

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something like that written on it, because he had the name of Allah inscribed on his ring that you remove it completely before going to relieve yourself before going to the restroom.

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But this idea of dimensions does that he would wear it with the with the stone or with the inscription side facing the inside of his hand. That's interesting.

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When Akasha Fie Mohammed Rasul Allah, we talked about this last time that what was inscribed on the ring was Muhammad Allah pseudo law. And we can, if you look at a picture of it, it's actually like flipped,

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flipped from top to bottom and flip from side to side in Arabic We right from right to left, but the way his ring was, if you were to look at it, it would be mirrored why because when you when you stamp it, so then you know when you when you stamp it, then it will come right side. So it was written Hamza rasulillah, and it was written from bottom to top Mohammed Allah, so Allah and the Prophet instructed, as a habit to inscribe it in that way, so that the name of Allah is above his name.

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So that was how it looked. And the Prophet forbade any other instruments, inscriptions to be made on it? Right so that it would not damage or get in the way of that seal.

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And finally, in this narration says what are the sakagami more itvbe Aries and this is the ring that fell from more IoT in the world of Eddie's, who is more IoT. Why IoT was mobile arithmetic, no fn. Mighty was the servant and helper and assistant of Earth man is the man of my friend who was one of the son in laws of the Prophet and he was the third halifa after the passing of a sort of like, we talked last time about how the ring, when the Prophet passed away, went into the possession of a worker, and after he passed away, went into the possession of Romo. And when he passed away, it went into the possession of Earth man and our friend, and it was during the life of Earth man, that the

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ring was basically lost it fell into this well, the role of eddies and the wealth of Eddie's was located just outside of Masjid Oba for those that have been or planned to go to Medina and visit Medina soon. May Allah take us there.

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You can

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Go to Mr. Cobra and that was the approximate location of where the well was.

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Okay, let's look at another narration that also adds something new. But I had this an opportunity to receive quite a hadith and it was Marian and Jaffa Mohammed and Abby hit on can and has no one said he knew at the time any psirt him rahima

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in this narration which is narrated to us from

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someone by the name of Mohammed

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and he is it doesn't mention this name in the Senate, but he is Mohammed about that.

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And the one who narrates from him is and Jeffrey blue Mohammed and this jackford is the one who some refer to him as Jeff Otto slide deck.

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And his father was Mohammed about that. And he was the son. He was the the great grandson of Alibaba. You he was a great grandson of her say, armadillo, Belkin IGNOU Allium Hussein of new ID

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for those that are familiar with with those names. So this narration says al Hassan Al Hussein and these were the grand sons of Rasulullah. They were the grandsons of Rasulo, they were the sons of alley and fathima.

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It is the cousin of a sort of law. And Fatima is the daughter of little sort of law. They got married and they had a husband and her son, and these were the grandsons of the prophet SAW Selim and Rasulullah loved them so much.

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And he instructed his alma to love them. So we love them as well. And the prophet SAW sent him said that they are. They are noble, and chieftains of the youth of Jenna.

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So they had an elevated status in dunya. And they will have a lofty status in general as well. This narration says that it hasn't been used to wear their rings

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on their left hand.

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On the left hand, this is different from all the narrations we heard up until now, right. Up until now, all the narrations we heard say the Messenger of Allah wore his ring on his right hand. And now we come to this narration that says,

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The grandsons of Rasul Allah, the sons of Riley and fathima, those that loved us with Allah and they followed him. They were the rings on the left hand. So what's going on here?

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A few generations in this chapter, actually, two more, and they both mentioned that the prophet SAW Selim wore his ring on the right hand, I'll read the last one, and then we'll go into some commentary, the last narration of this chapter, but I had done a Mohammed debate and we had a we had this and Abdul Aziz IV has him and most of neroca interfere anybody

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hartman means the hub for canal vessel, Yemeni Fatah sukawati means the hub for para

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la con la Abaddon, para Hanna sukawati mo.

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This is an authentic narration and

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it is area to us on the authority of

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urban aroma of the son of Armando hottub. He says, The Messenger of Allah

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took for himself a ring made of gold.

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Earlier we said, we read a narration that says that his ring was made of silver. And now the author gives us this narration that says that the Messenger of Allah acquired for himself a ring made of gold

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pipe let's keep going and see

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for Karina, eldest, Yemeni he and he used to wear this ring on his right hand,

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a ring made of gold and used to wear it on his right hand. But I want to pause in this phrase right here because it's amazing for the national team. I mean, they have

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the narration says so people, the companions basically, they all acquired rings made of gold and wore them on their right hands.

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What's interesting about that,

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before we get to that point, just this point here about people, the Messenger of Allah acquired during made of golden word on his right hand. So then it says anass, plural people acquired rings of golden they would wear it on the right hand.

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Following

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early modern scholars, they comment on this and they say, look at the hills, look at the passion of the Sahaba to emulate and follow the messenger of Allah.

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The Messenger of Allah acquired a ring and he wore it. People saw that and they picked up the rings and they word

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it that's love. It just shows you that there was a desire to follow the messenger of Allah. Did they have a full understanding of what the purpose of that what the wisdom of

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That is what I don't like rings, that doesn't make sense to me. They just did it because they saw the Messenger of Allah do that, and so they did it. Now this is not obligatory. My point here is not to say everyone go get yourself a ring and wear it. That's not my point here. But we are we are principle based let's can we extract the principle from this? What is the principle that we can take away from this? have a desire and a passion to follow the messenger?

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Trust the messenger in what he does, and what has been authentically narrated, and be interested in have a passion have a concern to follow a sort of law. That's that's the principle that we want to take from here. Okay, let's keep reading.

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Then footballer who Rasulullah after some time, the Messenger of a lot took this ring and got rid of it, and he threw it away. But he cast it away. He threw it away. Why? commenting on this video, they say this was prior to the prohibition of men wearing gold.

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Because Islam didn't. The rulings and the laws of Islam didn't drop down overnight.

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Revelation and the rulings of Islam came in a process over a period of time, and rulings were amended. So in the beginning, it was not impermissible for men to wear gold. man wanted to wear gold Go ahead. And the Messenger of Allah did it he picked up a gold ring. Then the ruling was revealed and align His Messenger decreed that you know what gold is something in this dunya for women and men, you can enjoy it in gender, but not in this dunya you want to wear silver, go ahead, knock yourself out. But in this dunya it's impermissible for men to wear gold.

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And as soon as that ruling came down, or sort of got rid of that ring and got rid of it. And again, check out what people did. We'll call la Albus, who Abaddon and the messenger of allow me the announcement.

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He said, I will never wear gold again

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to teach the people so then follow Hannah Soho ottimo

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again and nasty people when that happened, the men got rid of their gold rings and they got rid of them. They removed them again, following the messenger. Now what's interesting about this second following different than the first one is very subtle, but it's important. The first time they followed him, they followed him in doing something initiating an action. The second time they followed him in a prohibition in not doing something

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and both are necessary. The prophet SAW Selim said in a Hadith, a multicam B he felt to me who messed up Latin woman I hate to come and who fenter who oka maka risotto. Sarah, what I've commanded you to do, then do it as much as you are able and capable to do. And if I forbade you from doing something, then stop, don't do it.

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So a lot of times we think that obeying the messenger obeying a line is messenger is doing things Oh, I pray five times a day. I fasted Ramadan, I give my charity, I'm good. But what about all of the wrong things that we are doing? Sometimes, you know, habitually that are impermissible? No, no, it doesn't work like that. There has to be initiating actions. There also has to be prohibitions as well. There is fair and there's talk, there's doing something and there's abstaining from doing something.

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Somebody can't do something impermissible and say, Well, I do my five times Allah. Thank you. May Allah accept. But that doesn't absolve you from the responsibility of abstaining from that, which is impermissible. So that's a little point here to mention. Okay. So now that we have these narrations together, let's look at how the scholars understood and navigated this issue.

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Okay.

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Basically, from these narrations, we see that we see like opposing things. We see some narrations that say the Messenger of Allah wore the ring on his right hand, and we see some narrations that say the messenger wore his ring on his left hand, and you can't wear the same ring on two hands at the same time. It does it didn't, that never happened. So which one is correct? Well, here there odema practiced there, he had

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here the scholars surveyed all of the different iterations. And they tried to dissect them in terms of chronology. And they made the, you know, juristic effort to come to a conclusion. And so some of the scholars held that the the dominant opinion is that you wear the ring on the left hand,

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and other scholars held Well, no, yes, he did that but rather the dominant opinion or the

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The more accurate is to wear the ring on the right hand. And some scholars abstained, they said it makes no difference. This is a matter that is up for each individual's decision. And there is no preference in one over the other. And all of the scholars have their opinions. Some of them are they had a little bit more nuance, and they said look, it seems

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it seems that the Messenger of Allah

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wore the silver ring on his left hand.

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But he wore originally wore this first ring which was made of gold on his right hand.

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You see how they, they said, you know, first it was this then it was that when he wore a ring from gold before gold was impermissible for men, he worked on his right hand. And then once gold became impermissible, and he got rid of that gold ring, and then later he acquired a silver ring, then he were that one on his left hand.

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Right. And they say because of hustler Hussein's action, this is something that illustrates towards the end of his life, because they were young, when the prophesies of them passed away. So their actions are kind of give us some chronological hint to how things were at the end of his life, are they salatu salam, and the narration tells us of him wearing a ring that was in the earlier time of his life. Well, no, no, there is no need to press on the issue any further than that. Because this is not an action that is mandatory to begin with. This is something that is mobile, it's permissible, it's permissible to wear a ring, of course, as long as it's not made of gold for men.

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So you want to wear it on the right hand or the left hand. That's, that's fine.

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Some of the scholars looked at other narrations, and they said Which finger did that also lie where the ring gone. They said he wore it on his pinky finger on the small finger, right the small finger of the hand.

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And they deduce this from some other narrations. Also, some of the scholars said it is disliked, it is disliked to wear a ring on the first fingers on the thumb and the index finger is it it is disliked it is not cool. It is not something that the Messenger of Allah liked one Lahu item and some said that is only for the men. Some said that is only for the men, that does not apply to the women, they can wear any number of rings in any which way they want. So there is difference of opinion amongst the scholars. And it is not an issue that they put too much passion into. Because the matter is something that is permissible. It's and we're not talking about an obligation here.

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But it's interesting how the profit Civil Law Center more of the the ring on his on his hand. One last comment before we move to the next section is that

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some of the scholars who they held the opinion of the Prophet wearing the ring on the right hand. And that's what they encouraged to do. They said, because this is cleaner.

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He said this is more sanitary. Why? Because they said the left hand is usually the hand that we use. And it's the hand that we're encouraged to use for is added to NASA to remove any physical impurities. Right, whether that's on a person's body, you know, when they have to relieve themselves and clean themselves, or whether it's on, you know, their child or whether it's in a place or something, we're encouraged to use our left hand when removing impurities. And so they said if you're wearing a ring on your left hand, then it's possible that that it gets mixed with some of that impurity. So it's cleaner and more sanitary to keep on the right hand. This is one of the

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recommendations of some of the earlier man and Allah knows best. Any questions on that before we move to the next chapter?

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Yes, ma'am. You have a question?

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Yes.

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silver ring on the neck.

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Oh, you scared me. I was like, yeah.

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It scared me right, then I don't know, you know, we'd be concerned about their safety at that point.

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So that's not so much an issue of ring because the ring is basically like what do you call like a pendant. So it's called, it's more issue of the necklace. And and this is something that the majority of scholars considered is of the jewelry that is specific to women.

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Majority of the scholars held that that is something that is an adornment used for women. And so it is not permissible for a man to to imitate women and to imitate the adornment of women. And so that's why many of the scholars disliked for men to wear that.

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One last point, a kind of sort of legal theory, a little bit of an academic point here.

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This final Hadeeth that we read about a sort of law wearing, acquiring a gold ring and then getting rid of it, and then and then the people following suit.

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In the topic of authority,

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and the subject of legal theory, the scholar said, this is an example of Nestle,

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Nestle sumati Benson, anybody heard of something called Nestle before? Nestle is the Arabic word that means abrogation,

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abrogation, and that's a technical term. And what it means is that a law or a ruling is abrogated. It is basically rendered null and void and it is replaced with a different ruling.

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Does that make sense?

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And so the scholars they said there are some hypothetical ways that that could take place. The Koran could abrogate one verse of Quran could abrogate another verse of Quran.

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Or they said, a verse of Quran could abrogate a ruling that came in a hadith.

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And some scholars and this is one that they differ to, that a narration of the Prophet could abrogate a ruling in a verse of Iran.

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And that's one that scholars differed upon. This Hadith is an example of the fourth possible scenario, which is a narration of the Prophet a sooner abrogating a previous sadhana.

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Does that make sense? So the prophet SAW Selim did something he did an action it's established authentically. And then later a ruling abrogate it so there's no version or an there is no version or an that says, you know, cast that gold ring, you know, instructing the Messenger of Allah cast gold ring get rid of it, you can't wear gold. This is something established in the center. So a narration a sin, a tradition of the Prophet abrogated a previous tradition of the Prophet similarities in them. And that's why the the ruling and the law of Islam, as we mentioned earlier, is one that was developing over the course of a period of time

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for multiple different wisdoms, different context. So that's a little point on legal theory regarding that narration. Okay, let's move on to the next chapter, chapter number 14, bamboo magic, if you see fit, safeer Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So it is permissible for men to wear a ring, and some scholars held that it is so now, some scholars held that other scholars held that it is permissible, it is open, you know, to a person's

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what they're comfortable with or what is appropriate in their custom. But as long as it is silver, it is also from the practice of the prophet to place the stone on the inside of the hand. And then we talked about wearing it on the right hand or the left hand and the profit word on the small finger. The next chapter, chapter number 14 is the description of the sword of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Rasulullah saw Selim had a sword Actually, he had more than one

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Bible Major effiency fatty safeer Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And in this chapter in our material media mentions to us 12345 narrations

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tend to be the mentioned five narrations, we'll read some of them there is a lot of similarity between them, called a head descendant Mohammed, remember Sha, Allah had death and Jerry are at the center Abbey oncotarget anus, Cora Kenneth kabhi. I to say if you're single, I mean fieldboss wa, the next generation also kind of kind of Kabir to see if he also likes Arsenal, midfield.

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And the next generation says the same. And there is another narration here we'll read that Mohammed Lucia al Baghdadi called adesina over beta terhadap and earthrealm decide, and even a CD or a sauna to sci fi. sci fi Sam Walton agenda was similar to our other sci fi also de la wacana, hanafy, Yun

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and Arthur. Sadly Heather is not narrow. So two things will mention on this chapter narrations we have this narration on the authority of Ennis and a sub nomadic he says, the Barbie

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the cobia of the Messenger of Allah sword was made of silver. So now the question is, what is obeah? I really wish we had some pictures. I'm sorry. That's my fault. Can you guys imagine a sword? Okay. A sword has three parts to it.

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A sword has three parts to it.

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With me, a sword has three parts to it.

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The handle of the sword is called mirabel

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as the head

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Have a sword. Okay. And then you have the body of the sword is what's also safe the middle of it.

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And then the,

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the end of the sword, or the sharpest. And the point is called as the other.

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This copy I hear in the narration.

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So you have a handle right? And then you have the metal part of the sword. And where the two join together, there's usually like, like a T, because I'm talking about

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that t is called obeah. And usually it's some kind of adornment.

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If you guys you know what, man, you guys will have smartphones seriously.

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All right.

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So open up your smartphone.

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This is the first time in a lecture, somebody will actually tell you to use your phone. Amazing, right? Just go to Google and go to google images and type in sword. Okay, and just there's like a million pictures, just the first one that comes up.

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Right? So you'll find this picture here. So you see the handle? And then you see the body of the sword and then there is the sharp tip the point of the sword. Right? And do you see where the handle meets the body of the sword? There's kind of like this cross or this tee. You guys will see that. That is called labia.

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So Anna says the idea that part of the sort of the Messenger of Allah Okay, you can put your smartphones away now. Everyone's like, Oh man, I have all these messages.

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Via coffee, I have the sort of a lowest made of silver there was adorn and it was made of silver.

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The person who had

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different swords at different times, and he gave them names. He used to give names to his swords.

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One of the names of the swords of masala is called Liebe

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Liebe. And there is another name for one of the swords of also law that's more famous. And I've actually met some people that have this name, Voodoo football.

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Anybody met someone named vilfredo? Like oh my god, that's my uncle. All right. Well, now we know them. fitara means verificar was the name of one of the swords of little sodalite had the name.

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Interesting fact, every little factoid I have ever met has been from the subcontinent, Mashallah.

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What's up with that?

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What's going on, man? Why don't you people name their sons of strong Did you guys.

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Like I've decided now I'll take one for the team.

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That was one of the names of the swords of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. You know, somebody might be hearing this and they say, you know, who walks around with a sword?

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Anybody?

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I mean, that's, that was very customary and normal at that time. And not only was it a means of like self defense, and was it used in the battlefield? Like, yeah, all of that. But it was also wealth. It was considered wealth. Like if somebody were to inherit from someone, they would inherit their sword. Or if somebody needed to barter or or you know, something valuable, they would use their sword. So it was something that held value. And that time, they remember, there's no paper money. So you're wringing your sword. You know, people didn't have a lot of belongings the way we do now. You go into the average person's house, there wasn't much there that wasn't, you know, a big deal for

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them. But then things like for example, the animals that was a big deal that was very valuable

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sword, their armor, these were things that they valued. So it's important for us to put that into into context. And also it was adornment to me meaning a man would adorn himself with his sword. You know, that was something that was considered beautiful and and amazing. So just to put that into, into context, so the prophet SAW Selim, he had silver on on that sort of his

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another narration which is very interesting.

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On the authority of ABCD, in EvenOr Syrian who is from who is not from the Sahaba is from the generation after the Sahaba.

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The Tabby tambourine, he says, I made my sword and I had my sword designed to copy the sort of similar to regiondo.

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Someone who's a companion, and some are claims that his sword was made to model and

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Look like the sort of Rasulullah.

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So a monastery in comes, you know, a generation after the companions. And he says, You know, I saw that sort of somewhat of agenda, and he said that he made his sword to look like the sword of Rasulullah. So I made my sword to look like his sword in hopes of it resembling the sword of Rasulullah.

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We also have something we can benefit from this, somebody might say, what's the benefit? Why are we looking at this? In the science of Hadith, we have something called muscle cell.

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There is something called the muscle cell, which is when there is a practice of a pseudo law that is passed down literally physically passed down from one generation to the next. For example, for example,

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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made a statement. And he made a gesture with that statement. For example, for example, the prophet SAW Selim said, and our cafeteria team canteen,

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the pastor said, and said me, and the one who takes care of the affairs of an orphan are like these to wash away. And he put his two fingers together, to show how close they are. Meaning that if you take care of the affairs of an orphan, you will have closeness and Company of a sort of lies lies on

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the part that is we call musasa is when you make this statement, and you make the same gesture, you show the fingers, how they are close, or the puffs I said, I'm said to an hour Sir, can I attain the prophets I sent him said me and the Day of Judgment, we came like these two, and he held up his two fingers, right? To show that they are close meaning after also the law is going to come to their judgment. So if you are after the Messenger of Allah Get ready.

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It's very close, because how close are these two fingers? So that's called the muscle cell. So each time the scholars narrate from one generation to another, they would make the same gesture.

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They would make the same gesture. This Hadith is muscle cell anelli.

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Muscle saloon, Amelie. Meaning it's an action that they took. I made my sword I looked at the sort of the symbols, I looked at the sort of a sort of law, and I had my sword designed like the sword of Rasulullah. So the next one comes ABCD Oh, yeah, you had your Okay, I will design my sword like yours, even though he didn't see the sword, also law, but he saw the story of somewhat of an agenda. And so he followed, he implemented that, and then those copied the sort of urban CD and etc. and onwards. That's called muscle cell, Emily.

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Again, what do we benefit from this? What principle do we extract from this? Am I telling you guys Oh, everybody, go and get yourself a sword? No. I mean, you want to get yourself a sword. Just be safe with it. Don't hurt yourself or hurt anyone else.

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People if there's anyone here that trains in

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some traditional forms of martial arts?

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Anybody?

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Nobody here. Nobody here is trained in any martial arts.

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So how are we going to defend ourselves? What's wrong with you guys?

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No, it's I think it's very important. So if you ever, if you ever trained in practice in any traditional martial arts, they also trained with swords until today. Until today, some Chinese forms of martial art Aikido, which is a Japanese, they still train with sorts until today. And that's very important. So am I saying, am I advocating you go get yourself a sword, I'm advocating that you love us a lot. That's what I'm advocating here. And learn about him.

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And as long as you are doing things that are legal and safe, make yourself out. I mean, don't knock yourself out. But you know what I mean? I have to be very careful with idioms. Because today, I used a very common phrase in the hotel bar, and someone didn't understand it, and they got offended. And it's a very like, common phrase, like, if I tell you to you guys, now you won't be anything. But somehow somebody, it just, they didn't. They didn't understand it. And he came to me afterwards in Juma and he says, I was about to interrupt your hold about because it just bothered him so much. And that's never happened before. So I was like, man, how did I he didn't do that? Because things would

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have got awkward. But, um, but no, I appreciate that. He shared that. But that's a lesson for me to take, we got to be careful about the idioms that we use.

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by him, shall we go into the next chapter, any questions about the sort of Rasulullah?

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You have a question?

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Okay. Any questions?

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Yes, sir.

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Was auto safe. Or you mean the the part that was made of silver,

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the part that was made of silver we said kadia cobia. We said the safest and was auto safe and the other and the other?

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Play. Let's move on to the next chapter in sha Allah, Who, tada it's 844 and I was informed that he was at nine o'clock.

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Are we in agreement about that? Okay, I'm done. I don't want anybody to get upset.

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Oh, one more. One last point before we finish. This narration is really really interesting this narration of somewhat of Nintendo copying

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ABCD and copying the sword of someone similar copying the sword of Rasulullah. The narration closes and was that MSM are in the husana essay for rsap Rasulullah sallallahu Sena Makana Hanafi yen,

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somewhat claims that he modeled his sword after the sword of a pseudo law. And it was hanafy yen. What does that mean?

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From say that Abraham? No.

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That's very interesting.

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I didn't think about that. No.

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No, but that is interesting because you took it back to us love your lover. And if you're any man in Jimmy, know what I mentioned something funny and sad. Both funny and sad. And this is not. This is not a criticism of anyone who follows the Hanafi school. We put them on our heads mountable. hanifa was one of the greatest scholars to ever have this oma, but some people read this, and they got so excited. So they said he was Hanafi, meaning following the Hanafi School of Law.

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Now, there's a problem with that very simple problem. What's the very simple problem with that?

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somewhat of an agenda was hanafy. Like, are you serious, right? Like, you know, some people got excited. But this is not unique to the Hanafi School of Law. And like I said, it's not a criticism, because you find this in all of the different juristic schools. And why that is because people developed something called so

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people got so passionate about their academic school that they studied from,

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that they turned it into a cult. And that's not appropriate at all. We love and respect these Imams and we follow them and they designed and developed schools to follow. It's a method of learning the deen of Allah. And Allah one of the ways that he preserved the law of this religion is through these four schools that EMA or any fo ematic whichever you

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want to look at him Jamia And may Allah have mercy upon all of them and all the scholars of this oma, what isn't it here Hanafi yen here does not mean anything related to the Hanafi School of Law. It means related to the tribe Benny hanifa.

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There is an Arab tribe of Babita. Nisbett and Ella, Benny hanifa. And for those interested that's the tribe that Mozilla was from certain Benny

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hanifa anyways, why is he mentioning that it is from the tribe, but it was made by the tribe of minion hanifa it's like a stamp of quality. Right? Because Benny hanifa we're known for the high quality of Swords that they made, this was a skill that they had. This was a skill and talents that they had, and they were known for it. And it just it goes with anything, you know, if you buy something high quality, and there are certain people that are known for making it very well. Can anyone give me an example?

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Persian rug? Is there a specific like tribe or region or city for example, where you get like really hot or just Persia and Jen. Okay, good. So that's, that's a region. So you can get a rug from Indonesia, or you can get a rug from Morocco, or you can get a rug from

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Norway, but Persian rug, that's another level because they've been known to make high quality, high quality rugs. So same thing, same thing, same exact

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idea. So him mentioning that it was heavy and means that it was made by Benny Hannifin, meaning it's a high quality, very valuable sword. Any questions before we go to the next one?

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Okay, the next chapter, which is short, and we'll stop at this one, or actually we'll do one more shala. There both of them are short. We have time in Charlotte chapter 15. Babel murgia FEC fatty de rasulillah. Chapter 15 talks about the description of the dealer, the dealer, and dealer his armor.

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It can also be used to refer to shield but what we're talking about here is armor that they would wear on their body. I think the term that was used as

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chainmail is it chainmail? Is that right? Anybody know what chainmail is? Yeah, it is. Basically it looks like a shirt. It looks like it should huh?

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No, it's bigger than a vest. So it looks like a shirt. It would have sleeves and it would have a white color and it would come down. It looked like

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You know what they say like a CUDA or like a shuttle, or commies that you were with like show walk dummies, it would come down to like the level of knees, right? direct armor, and it was made of metal chains. And they would, you know, be connected. And they would wear this on top of their clothes to protect their bodies like body armor, right.

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So that if they were to be struck, you know, by a sword or anything, it would not penetrate and cut them, right because it would hit metal.

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So this was a dinner and it's heavy. It's heavy, it started off as a vest, what held it together would be like a vest like on the shoulders. And then the rest of it would be metal. And it had sleeves and it was wide, you know, draped over their over their body. So this is a dinner and this is also something valuable. It's expensive. Now obviously it had a very functional use, they would use it to protect their bodies on the battlefield. But also they would keep it in their possession and it was something of value

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by the only two narrations in this chapter so

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was fired in a view so long it was under my head to Stella and asakawa are similar to nebia solahart he was sent me I

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had this inner Mohammed

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Marina and he is even safer and he saved me as

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a mechanic and he oma or Odin derani or the Warhol, rabina Houma

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in total, he owned seven different dealer seven different

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suits of armor of metal chain, in the narration, which is near to us on the authority of as available when he says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the day of assured war, two layers of Diller.

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Not one to usually they would wear one. But as soon as I said, don't put a second one on

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why

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they said this was so bad.

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This was the messenger of a lot taking all precautionary measures.

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And they said, the Messenger of Allah war not one but two layers of armor on the day of

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even though Allah in the Quran said will La Jolla, similkameen and us, Allah will protect you from the people.

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But still, he were two layers of armor.

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Why? This shows you that tawakkol reliance upon Allah is not contradictory, with exhausting all means and measures that a person has accessible to them.

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So rasulillah the one who is ultimate awaken the one who is strongest in his reliance of Allah, he's wearing two layers of armor.

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And so the scholar said, This teaches us that to have proper reliance upon Allah, a person should exhaust all means that are available to them. It is not reliance upon a lot to throw your hands up in the air and walk out in the battlefield without your armor. That's not reliance upon Allah. And I'm using that metaphorically, please don't go to any benefits.

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Because john from the NSA is like he might be confused right now. So just to make sure

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I am so under their forehead. So this is made of metal. So can you imagine how heavy it is? So imagine multiplying it by two. How heavy is that going to be?

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So zubieta m says the prophesies on the day of or should

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he wanted to climb up on top of a big rock. But he wasn't able to.

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He attempted to climb up, get up on top of this rock but he wasn't able to Why? Because it was heavy. The weight of it was heavy in this metal, he wasn't able to climb on top. So he asked he instructed apologia is supposed to like give them a boost. You know you give someone a boost. So tell her got down and the prophet SAW Selim leaned on her and stepped up and got up onto this rock with the help of Baba and there's a longer story with a puddle the Allahu anhu mentioned in other books of Harry's, that hopefully we can mention at another gathering in Charlottetown had dustwallow sokola until he was able to get on top of this.

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This this rock

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as the mayor says semi actionable so I sent him after I did that for the Messenger of Allah Rasulullah said to Elijah Baba, Paula has, it's been it's become prescribed for Paula. Paula has got it prescribed for him. Meaning what?

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Jenna

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a wotja. Butler who and Jenna, meaning prescribed and written for tada is his place in general,

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for being in the service of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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The next narration is on the authority of site avenues, he says the Messenger of Allah on the day for hardware to two levels of direct to armor, one on top of the other, one on top of the other. And so this was the Messenger of Allah doing a little bit about exhausting all means

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for you

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the next chapter, and we'll stop here as chapter number 16. And it's related. And then we'll stop here because the next several chapters are all related to clothing.

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So number 16, Babel magic, if you see fatty meal, if it Lassila, he's all over. It was awesome.

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The chapter describing the middle photo of the prophesizing them what is Milford? Milford is the helmet,

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the helmet, so we talked about dealer and dealer is the body armor. What about the head? How would they protect their heads, they would protect their head with a helmet that resembled a dealer how so it was a half circle on the top. And then on the bottom, it had the same type of chainmail that came down and would protect the ears and the neck and the side of the face. And then there was a single strip of metal that would come down and cover the nose.

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It is called middle photo. And there is a beauty to the term here. Middle photo, when we want to ask a lot to forgive us. What do we say?

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aloha mellifera me

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a lot ill fated Lee, mother feeler and we translate that loosely as forgiveness and yes, it does imply forgiveness. But it implies something else as well. It implies covering something and protecting something because aluminium foil is the helmet that covers the head and goes on top of the head and covers it and conceals it and protect it.

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And so when you say Allahu mofi Lee, we are not just asking ALLAH forgive me Yes, that is the implication. But literally we are asking Allah for concealment and protection and to be covered.

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It adds so much more meaning when we learn the words and the Arabic language is a rich language has many words that carry a lot of connotations and implication.

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And so this was the middle of a desert opportunity to proceed but I had no medical illness. And even if she had been an NA CBD American mlbs on la hora de usnm de macatawa de Mayo de la who has been a hopper in metalia can be stellar VC to be studied karate, for Kyla

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two narrations over here in in this chapter. And both of them describe the Prophet sallallahu Sallam entering Mecca during the conquest of Mecca during the conquest of Mecca.

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And his reports that on that day when Mecca was conquered, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam entered Mecca and he was wearing a middle felt, and he was wearing this helmet. And so someone came to the Messenger of Allah. So that's that's the showerhead. That's the point of the Hadith that relates to this chapter that relates to this chapter. But to continue the narration and to give it its full academic, right.

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And because it needs explanation, the narration continues and so a man came to him and said to the Messenger of Allah ibnu ha Palin, was this person named Helen. Two minutes and we'll wrap up inshallah, we will hop on in is hanging on to the curtain of the character.

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And the Prophet of Allah instructed that he be executed

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and he was executed. And unfortunately, a lot of times it's narrations like these that are taken out of context, and used in a attempt in a quite weak attempt to discredit or Rasulullah Hassan. This person, no one was a known

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Enemy of Rasulullah and of the Muslims, and he was extremely hateful in his dealings toward the Messenger of Allah. As a matter of fact, he used to come up with slogans and phrases and poetry,

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basically cursing and insulting the Messenger of Allah and the believers. And he used to actually pay lowly people in society to pass these on and sing this and humiliate the Prophet size. And so he was someone that expressed a lot of hatred to the prophets of the lions to them, and a lot of threats to it also was I sent him prior to the digital, and he continued, and he insisted upon this even afterwards, and what else am I so I said, I'm entered into Mecca. This is a conquest of my cup fit in Nevada and Erica Medina, the prophet of Allah was given permission permission by Allah for a certain period of time to engage in combat to engage in physical combat and fighting. And so this

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was someone who did not heed the instructions of also law because when Rasulullah entered Mecca, he said, anyone who enters their home and closes the door, they will not be harmed, they are safe. And anyone who seeks refuge in the house of Abu Sufyan, they will be safe. This man decided to go to the caravan. Because he knew that revenge he was going to be held accountable for all of his slander, and character assassination of the Messenger of Allah. So the Messenger of Allah

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laid the ruling down of capital punishment, and that is something that exists in the law of Islam. Unfortunately, a lot of times it is misappropriated mis applied, but that does not mean that the law is flawed. The law of Allah and His Messenger are not flawed, but oftentimes the way they're implemented is flawed. So, we do not discredit the loss of Allah and His Messenger just because someone is Miss appropriate or miss implementing them. That is a very, very short in a nutshell explanation of what was taking place. But the point of me the mentioning that narration is that the prophet SAW Selim wore a milfoil and this was of the belongings of lawsuit ally asylum and it was a

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common belonging at that time, next month, inshallah to Allah, we will enter the section of the of the text that talks about the clothing. And so the first chapter inshallah is the magma, the turban of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And so we'll talk about that and mentioned some of the implications, and also some of the other clothing and articles of clothing of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam May Allah beautify us with the character of Rasulullah May Allah subhanaw taala fill our hearts with love and appreciation for the messenger. May Allah unite us with the messenger in the highest levels of gender. If anyone has any questions, Charla we can give them time. To those

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questions after salata. raesha Willow Adam was said I'm ready

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rule

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of law