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Jumu’ah Lecture from Masjidul Quds Gatesville


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The importance of knowing everything in order to convey to others is discussed in various examples such as learning to afford a meal, managing finances, learning to speak in English, and learning to read the Quran. The speakers emphasize the need to fulfill family privacy and privacy to avoid confusion and the importance of authenticating information and making an effort to authenticate things. The history of the legal system in Africa is also discussed, including the recording of words and the use of "ma'am" terminology. The importance of knowing men is also emphasized, with a focus on the book of Islam as a guide for life and a use of the book as a guide for life.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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smilla rahmanir rahim In the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala Most Gracious, Most Merciful Alhamdulillah All praise is indeed due to Allah subhanho wa Taala. The one who has created us, the one who is in absolute control of every aspect of our existence, was Salatu was Salam ala

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nabina Muhammad Allah, Allah, he was happy.

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We send complete blessings and salutations, upon Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his entire household, all his companions, we ask Allah Subhana Allah, Allah to bless every one of them, and to bless every one of us, and our offspring, those who come up to the end May Allah subhanho wa Taala keep them steadfast on the D, my brothers and sisters, you and I knew that what is of utmost importance is knowledge. And when we say knowledge, it is divided into several categories, we have knowledge that some would consider solely and only religious knowledge, when we use the term, we actually refer to more to religious knowledge. When we say in however, we should not become

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oblivious of the fact that secular knowledge is also considered as part of knowledge, the study of biology and history and geography and physics, chemistry, mathematics, language, all that is also a part of knowledge, that which conforms to what Allah subhanho wa Taala has revealed, will be considered that which there is an encouragement for every single one of us to understand to pursue to respect and to make sure that we take a portion of that which is necessary, and sometimes over and above that, which might be extremely necessary in order to convey to others you have a mathematics teacher, for example, he or she may know so many concepts that they don't really need in

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their lives for themselves, but they needed to teach others because it might apply in someone else's life. The same applies will largely my brothers and sisters when it comes to the knowledge of Islam, when it comes to the knowledge of the Sharia. When it comes to the knowledge of the Quran and the Sunnah, we need to understand that we might not need certain aspects of that particular knowledge for our own lives, but we will need it in order for us to convey to others I give you an example, a poor person, or someone who doesn't have wealth, and they know about all the rules and regulations of HUD and the nitty gritties, and the small basics and every fine detail. But you might ask them my

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brother, why are you learning this when you can't even afford it? And you know, Allah says what a lie

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a lie. sebelah Indeed, Allah has made Hajj incumbent upon those who can afford it, those who can manage you can't afford it. You can't even manage you can't even cook, why are you learning all the rules and regulations, you and I will say we will respond that it is an act of worship to know those rules and regulations even if you cannot afford the trip because minimum is you will know it you will leave to our fathers, you will be able to guide those who are going to Panama you become a knowledgeable person, how many of the chefs and the scholars are not wealthy enough to afford the journey but they're the ones who hold the classes for the rest of the judge to say Come let me teach

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you what's going to happen. What's right what's wrong from Makkah and arafa and so on, we will call we will phone some of the scholars we know back at home, this is a problem I faced How should I do? How should I resolve this matter etc. It is absolutely important for us to understand the value of this knowledge. So where is this Dean from and where is this knowledge from? What is the source of it?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala he has his own names and qualities from amongst these names, I lambu. The one who has complete knowledge of all aspects of the unseen in absolute totality, the one who is

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the knower of that which is seen and that which is unseen, completely the knower of everything. Aladdin Aladdin is the one who has the most intricate and detailed of knowledge of every single aspect of existence. That is Allah subhanho wa Taala none can compete with the knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala. However, he gives whomsoever He wishes from his favorite, he gives whosoever He wishes from that knowledge of his so we take a look at Revelation

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Revelation Allah subhanho wa Taala gave Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he speaks about his word. He says, we all know the Quran is the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We all know the value of the Quran we all understand and we realize what Allah subhanho wa Taala has kept as a favor for those who have taken his word lente put it into practice and try to convey to others you know, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says,

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the best from amongst you are those who have learned the Quran and taught it to others. You learn it. And some people think well, one aspect of the learning of the Quran is being referred to the reality is all aspects and angles, starting with the recitation, and then the meaning, and then the rules and regulations and then the putting into practice. And then the conveying of all of that to others, the perfecting of it the ability to apply the verses in our lives. We read the stories of so many of the messengers, they are not mere tales. No they're not. But they are stories in which lots of lessons have been placed for all of us in our own lives. When you read the story, for example of

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new Prophet Noah May peace be upon him. The lessons are for all of us. We have so many lessons one of the lessons I can quickly draw is, you may have a pious person whose children may not be as pious as the father or the mother and vice versa. No one is allowed to salatu wa sallam with his son, you and I may have read that may Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us an understanding so Allah subhanho wa Taala about this kohan you know what he says? NASA

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akuna Minal moon,

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me in Surah.

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Allah says,

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amin has come down with the boron. Allah revealed the Quran, Allah sent gibreel salam, the Archangel Gabriel May peace be upon him, the trustworthy The one who was trustworthy Allah sent him down with revelation to the heart of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam to the heart of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam engraved, ensuring Subhan Allah, it was revelation from Allah to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what a gift. My brothers and sisters value that value the fact that you are the home of the Quran, not only by reading it many of us are guilty of not reading the Quran. Let's be honest. How many of us pick up the Quran regularly and read a portion of it? Well, luckily

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we don't

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have the most powerful word in existence is the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala What's your relationship with that particular word? I'm sure we can improve it my brothers and sisters. Let's undertake here and now beautiful day Friday, the best day of the week, the read of the muslimeen undertake that you will do more regarding your relationship with the bar. However, let's continue further. Allah subhanho wa Taala says he revealed it to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at that particular time. How do people used to record the Koran? How did they used to record matters of importance? Did you know that even the year that people were born was remembered through some

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incident that occurred? So for example, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they'll tell you he was born in the year of the elephant. The elephant what is the year of the elephant? They will tell you all that was the year when abraha from Yemen tried to attack the Mac the Kaaba in Mecca because he wanted people to go to Yemen, rather than come to Mecca. Oh, so what was the year called the year of the elephants? Subhana Allah. People used to say this man was born two years after the year of elephant abubakr.

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That's how they used to keep your records. And because the bulk of them were Unlimited, unlimited does not mean uneducated. It only means the inability to read or write for a reason.

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So they were highly educated, but they were unlettered, remember this that was there you might not understand it today. But if you sit and ponder and pause and go back, it is something chosen by Allah subhanho wa Taala. They were highly educated people, but they were unelected how many of us are elected, which means we can read and write. But we are not educated. We really don't have much we don't have this common sense and logic, we create problems more than solutions. May Allah subhanho wa Taala guide us so it shows you that being able to read and write is not everything. However, at that particular time, they used to record things. They had a memory whereby they knew

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the lineages of their camels going back seven generations, we go

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Given our own lineage going back for generations, reality, tell me who who was more educated. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us understanding Sahaba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the companions, you would ask them about the camel sitting there, they would tell you the lineage of the camera, they would give you the whole rundown breakdown. They knew their own lineages going back 15 generations, you could take back the lineage of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, all the way back to Adam alayhis salam possible

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at least three primary Salaam that could be rattled straight. And the same would happen to the Arabs themselves, they would know you and I, we are cousins, our 15th or our 12th grandfather was the same person. How many of us will lie were related close range of talking of five or six grandfather's up and we don't have a clue. We don't even have an idea. Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that we need to fulfill the rights of kinship, the family ties, how will we be able to full Family Ties when we don't even know who our family is? Now, law forgiveness. This is why to study your lineage and to be able to go back and look at who you were to be involved in these family trees. It is an act of

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worship. It is a Nevada I encourage you to do that for the sake of Allah and for your own sake to be able to go back to fulfill the acts of worship that Allah has ordained upon you.

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So now let's go back to where I'm heading. One might ask Where are you heading? With all this going? Subhan Allah, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began reciting the verses of the Quran. The verses of the Quran was so powerful that even the little children memorize them. You know, when Abu lahab insulted Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he had got up Mount Safa and Abu lahab said his words, infamous words, aka Mohammed destruction be upon you Whoa, Mohammed is this is why is this why you gathered us. And this is where we view

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Destruction upon both hands of a bola his wealth and whatever he has earned, will not help him or has not helped him at all. The children began to say these verses in the galleys and alleys of muckety muck. Did they write them down? No, they couldn't read or write. But they knew the versus powerful memory. That was the thing that was the technology, so to speak of the time, people had memories. They knew this man has a better memory than this one. But their memories all of them are more powerful than the most powerful from amongst us today. Today, we've become so lazy that you and I cannot memorize phone numbers of our own family members, because the phone does it. But I recall

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15 years back, I could rattle out 100 phone numbers minimum. And I'm sure a lot of us couldn't.

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What happened technology has made us lazy. But at that time, they knew everything. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to read the verses the people used to memorize them later on. They came a time when a few of them used to write down for purposes of reference to make sure it goes down the generations, the few who could write it, they were known as scribes of Revelation, could Tarble why they started writing at the time Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself prohibited the recording of his own words, so that they don't get confused with the words of Allah, not for any other reason. It was the writing of the words of the Quran because Allah Kalam needed to be

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preserved more desperately than anything else. So nobody should say that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam denied that his own words should be written because he didn't want them to be written No, because there was a priority. And that priority needed to be addressed immediately. So they started writing things and they had parchments this one wrote some that one wrote some they came a time after Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. When they gathered this in a specific way, that's not my topic, but they came a time thereafter, once the Quran was gathered. Years later, more than 100 years later, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallaahu salam started becoming of importance in terms of

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being gathered. It was always there. The memory was there, the people knew who said what and when they said and how they said it, and so on. It was passed on, but it was passed on by word of mouth. Now let's record it like when you sit with an old man, sometimes in your own family in general, you know, that man in Cape Town is related to you because his uncles and Auntie's mother's nephew is actually your older cousin. You got to say that let me write it down. Because if you if I don't write it down, it's lost. Do you agree with what I'm saying? But that new in the new generation won't know

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Because nobody wrote it down. Well what happened at the time, they knew that a loved one who said this to this man, and this man said to another man, two or three people in the living in the line of narrators, the chain of narrators, they knew it. And what happened is, they started writing it when they started writing it. Obviously now you have some charmers who come up, they want their names in the books. So they say the Prophet peace be upon him said this, and that. Well, where did you hear it from?

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My father? Where did he hear it from? My grandfather? Where else did he hear it from my great grandfather, and so on?

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Are you sure.

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So what happened is, the scholars of Hadith came about. And these scholars had strict rules that they follow.

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If these two people did not live at the same time, same place, we won't accept them.

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If anyone in society and community has had one person who's upright say that he's dishonest, we won't accept what he says, imagine how many of us would actually be acceptable?

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I want to ask you the question for our own benefit. How many of us would be able to say not a single person who is upright has actually said we are dishonest?

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All we are crooks are crooked or whatever else you want. To Allah safeguard us, not only from bad words, but from actually being that bad.

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Two things one is when people say you're bad, and you know you're not bad, but to is when you really are bad. And you try to defend yourself to say no way I'm not bad. A man can lie. And then he gets up and defends his reputation. And my brother, your face is already telling us that you telling a lie. Allah subhanho wa Taala never do that to us. So at that particular time, one might ask, why was the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recorded 100 years later? 150 years later? Why? Simple? Because that wasn't the thing. It's like asking them why wasn't the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam on the internet, there was no internet at the time. You follow him?

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There were no chips at the time. I'm talking about these little computer chips, memory cards, memory sticks. Today, it's there because technology as it came. So the recording of that item has now changed in terms of where it is recorded. Are you following what I'm saying? Be careful because there are people who don't believe in the tsunami at all. They say this is the plan. And that's it. We don't take anything else we want to tell them. The same happened to the Quran. And the one who brought you the Quran, the same one who's sooner we are talking about Panama Yes, when it comes to the Quran, no dispute whatsoever. When it comes to the sooner you need a little bit of education

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regarding the sooner I'm talking on the Hadith, the statements of the prophets of Allah, his confirmations, and a lot of other aspects of his living was gathered. And when it was gathered, you need to know if it was authentic or not. You cannot just accept anything, anyone coming and saying the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, you got to stand on one foot when you starting Salah if that Salah is at the time of the center, come on, that's foolish. You would just nod your head and say this man needs a bit of a visit to the psychiatrist to the psychologist or whoever else. Okay. But at the same time, my beloved brothers and sisters what you do need to know is as a Muslim, you need

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to make an effort to authenticate things you need to make an effort to learn things. People have already done a lot before you make use of it. I give you an example. Mr. Bahari,

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his name was Mohammed means money. You know when you say mumbo jumbo sorry, a lot of people say that's not a common name. Well, he was from a place called Bukhara so it's got to do more with where he came from. His name was Mohammed. And his father's name was smile. is something I have in common. hamdulillah Mohammed means marry. That was his name. Al Bukhari. What did he do? He was one of them. But he compiled many books, not just the Sahih al Bukhari that we know, it was called a German Asahi. That's not the only book he compiled many books. But that particular book, he compiled it in a specific way, the most strict ever he says, If I had the slightest doubt that this was not

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authentic, I talked him out of the book, I recorded it elsewhere. He has an other books, for example,

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is a book of alcoholics. It's not it's another book. It's like an author who's written 200 books. And one of them is very famous. You know, they will tell you either Carney has written a book Don't be sad. That's not his only book. There's so many other books, but that's the famous book. The same applies when it comes to alcohol. People say this is buhari and they bring you one book they don't know this is

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so many other books. So in that particular book, it is limited

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And inshallah we probably will see this in weeks to come. It is reported that he took great care regarding these a hottie it was an Amana any doubt, even if a person cheated an animal in his life, he wouldn't take the Hadith from them. He wouldn't take the Hadith. It is reported in one generation that once he went to go and get a hoodie from a certain man, and he traveled a long distance days to go there, he waited at night. And the following morning, he saw that this person who he came to get the hoodie from had actually lifted his phone, you know, his clothing. And he came out pretending like there was something to eat in the clothing in order to let the donkey come near so that he

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could ride the donkey. And as the donkey came near, he released his clothing and jumped on the donkey. Remember how he began to leave? He said, Well, what are you here for he says, I came for a hobby, but I cannot take it from a man who deceives the donkeys.

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So this is something we will learn they have done a great job Subhana Allah, and as time passed, many others have come. And they have told you look, I heard from this man, he heard from that man, he heard from that man, and he heard from the other men who heard from NaVi Mali.

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Or any one of the companions of Rasulullah saw Salah, who heard from him and so on. And if they haven't clearly said, we heard it from him, a different word was used. So one is submitted to which means I heard and one is I mean, it is important that you see the difference. There are different grades of

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it has a different terminology that it's you that is used to refer to its level of authenticity difference. But when a man tells you I heard

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him, say, on the minibar in front of everyone in the Juma in normal ama leukemia, you know that that is true, it's come to us from so many sources. And they've all said the same thing. It is called Buddha, Buddha what it means la une kinto model, Kevin, they cannot lie. That's how many people they are. And they are not claiming to have heard from a third party. They all have heard it from the source from the source today. You heard it from CNN. So I say this is the news. That's the news. Why? Because you heard it from CNN, let me tell you in

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cnn is not the end of the chain? No, you got to go further. Who put it on there? Who were the people who actually generated the tail? And where did it come from, and what is the source of it. And how many people wouldn't miss that from the source, then we will talk that's where it goes. SubhanAllah people have done us a favor. Islam is the only religion which has something known as a more rich on the knowledge of men. Women are also included in it. But the knowledge of men means anyone who claims to have any Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, even generations down until the compilers of their names have been written dates of birth, dates of death, places they visited,

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where they were, what reputation they had in their societies, what people had to say about them, and so on. So that when one like yourself and myself at the moment, what happens is you have applications and you have computer programs that make it easy for us. You have a chain of narrators, you punch it in. And you say this man says he heard from this man who says he heard from that man who says he heard from that man, that computer will tell you these two didn't mean because they lived in different areas. This one time before that one was even born, you notice it, there's something wrong with it. The words at the end might not be alive because you might find them from a

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different angle being true, but this particular chain is false. I hope you understand me Allah subhanho wa Taala cantos understanding this is knowledge. So this is why I appreciate that in Islam, there is something called the knowledge of men reputation of a man is vital. Your reputation men or female is absolutely vital. Make it your business to make sure something's come to my mind. I'll share it with you make it your business to make sure that your honesty is never ever doubted him. And

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I do want to give you one example from his life. He was on the ship. And he was talking to one of his friends there, you know, someone he had met on there, not knowing exactly who he was. This man had carried the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam by the age of 1920. He was already done with the bulk of his work. That's how powerful he was with us. 1920 we don't even know whether we're coming or going and that he may Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive us. So as he was on the ship, you know what happened? Amazingly, he told his friend You know what, I have a certain number of gold coins. I think it was 20 or 40 gold coins. I forget the exact figure. And these gold coins are with

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me and I've kept them in this red bag here you know, just to make sure that no one steals them and so on. So this man

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decided to make an announcement to the captain to say, You know what? I've lost the bag. It's a red bag with X amount of gold coins. That was a large number of gold coins. Imagine the krugerrands of today we've got 20 of them in a bag. And someone says, I've lost it. And this is what it looks like. This is the bag. The captain started searching and the people started searching and then they started searching guess what they searched Buhari. Guess what happened? Can someone guess?

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No, they didn't find it. I was waiting for someone say they found it. They didn't find it. They searched hard and nobody didn't find it. And the men look like a fool later on. Mmm Buhari was asked by this man. Hey, I'm so sorry for having done what I did. Like I told you we are Muslims. We are fortunate we can blame the devil father was

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a that was my brother. Forgive me. Not too late. And you got it. you've nailed me. Allah subhanho wa Taala. Forgive us. So what happened is? He says,

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No, I saw what happened. As soon as I heard it, I dropped the whole bag into the ocean.

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What did you do? You mean those gold coins? He says, I dropped the whole bag into the ocean. You dropped all the gold? Are you crazy? He says no. I have carried the hadith of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. I thought in a split second, that if this is found by me, everything goes down the drain that I've done in my life, I'd rather throw this bag it's over. Take a look at this.

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With us in our lives. We are not prepared to give someone their right. This man has thrown away What was his in order to protect what was there in terms of heartbeat. This is why it is known as

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it is known as the most correct and authentic book after the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. The man, he went to great lengths in order to bring to you what you have today. So he had to hurry.

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And then you have a Muslim? Muslim in

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Abu Dhabi.

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Images. I mean, these are powerful amounts of idea. What did they do? They recorded this at a time when the recording became the theme. So don't ask why did they delay so much? Or if you want to ask out of curiosity, you need to know that the answer is because it was not anything to write. Prior to that the minute it became the infant, they started writing. And later on, they transformed it into perhaps typing and after that it became into a computer today it's on my phone. I have a little app whereby I can search any Howdy. How did it get to them? Nobody can tell me why wasn't that app there? 1500 years back, that's because the phones didn't even exist. That was not the thing. So the

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people who recorded the heartbeat, they made sure that they didn't follow it. And they made sure that when they were not certain they gave you the whole chain, why it was up to you to go back to search the chain of narrators, each man find out. Was he honest? Was he trustworthy? Sometimes he's honest and trustworthy, but his memory fails. For example, a person tells you a story the next time they tell you the story, there are two three changes in it. If that is the case, you cannot accept revelation from that man, you and I know that it is a different type of revolution.

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He does not utter from his own whims and fancies sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Rather, it is revelation inspired and revealed by Allah subhanho wa Taala. So the recording of the Hadith was done in a sophisticated manner. Some of it you can close your eyes and say this is correct. And some of it, you have to go back and you have to search in my humble. He has written a muslin, which has a large number of arguably one of the biggest books of ideas.

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But he didn't say that every day is correct. He says, I have no record of these. And I've recorded the chain of narrators, it's up to you to go and check the chain of narrators. So other scholars came later on who were checking chains of direction. And it's up to us also to check change direction. What I do normally is when you hear a hottie, and within you It feels, there's something wrong here or maybe I need to know a little bit more, go back and check, go and study, go and pick up the books who was this man, you will see where he was born, who his teachers with whom he is making his life and in the name of the other person is not there in that list. You know, there's

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something wrong here. There is a whole study called the study of the chains of narrations, the study of God, you got to look at the words. Like I say sometimes it's a man who's honest, but he's made many fields. Sometimes some of the narrator's they say up to the age of 75. You take what he said after that he was a person who couldn't really remember. So what it's not an insult. This is a matter of you cannot say the insult

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They didn't insult you. They just wanted to make sure 100% that what you've said is the reality and it is the truth. May Allah subhanho wa Taala guide us and grant us ease. I've only started what I wanted to say in the time is up.

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But May Allah subhanahu wa taala open our doors I think I've introduced to you, the crux of Hadith and why it was recorded or how it was recorded, why the delay in the recording and some of the intricacies and the importance of this beautiful vast topic May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us from those who are grateful. And may Allah subhanho wa Taala bless us all. And may we be able to study the Quran and the Sunnah in a beautiful way, and may we be able to put it into practice and may we be able to distinguish between that which is authentic and that which is not, and maybe be from among those whom when we are resurrected on the Day of Judgment, we are from among those who have

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succeeded because on that day, if you have given your book on your right hand you have indeed succeeded. May Allah bless us all with genuine fear dose, may Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive our shortcomings and May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us the goodness in this world and the next akufo de hada masala Allahu wa salam ala nabina Muhammad