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Muhammad Al Bizry

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah while early he was a happy woman Well,

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when we say you're alone, and what are we talking about?

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And ye correct revelation What else?

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Gemma, which is

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killing collection of the Quran? How was compiled 13 the order of revelation order of the sower the order of the

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raw smooches?

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The yes the script and writing down of the most half

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good this is all revision

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reasons raisins revelation that's called an Arabic us babble noodle why particular is and so what were revealed what else

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correct those that are considered macchia and those which are considered madonia Deaf seed, and we said usually people think of normal clearness of seed but we say that only a small aspect small aspect of aluminum clad and I believe that's on page 10 or 1111. From introduction to Quranic science, and NASA one wants to have well done abrogated yet. And then we included some of the extra ones that I mentioned last week, so you can add them to your notes. As long as you know some of them

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then Alhamdulillah you'll be fine in the quiz next week. I want to share something with you regarding aluminum clad

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aluminum chef I was once asked by a mirror meaning of the time sheet, he said.

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Tell me your thoughts about the book of Allah.

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If someone asked you that question, what would you say about Allah book? Give me something.

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Anything? Whatever Allah correct, what else

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can compare? Correct? What else would you say about our last book?

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Nothing's changed. Correct. Once a non Muslim asked me he saw me I was reading the Quran. And he used to always come in as a customer where I used to work. And he saw me reading the Quran one day said, Get a Muhammad how's the Quran going? I said hasn't changed one bit.

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So which is true and has not Alhamdulillah? Now I remember Schaeffer when he was asked this question. He didn't give any of those answers that you said. He said, which book of Allah you're referring to? The Book of Allah revealed to Moosa or the one reveal to Isa, or does that board given to that would all sort of Ibrahim also have mosa? to show us how precise the element of the past we're asking about the book of Allah, which book of Allah because Allah revealed many books upon Allah. And then he said, laqad ascent You've done well, I'm asking about the book of Allah sent to Mohammed salallahu alayhi wa sallam. So then he said, then what are you referring to? Come on with a

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shabby

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and mucky or madonie as Babel newzoo al Ashraf al karate went on and on and on and on, and included all those things that we discussed and more. So the man was just dumbfounded, didn't know where to start. Therefore, the first person to speak about an was an Imam Shafi. So make sure you know that for the quiz next week, the first to speak about Ramadan. The first was an Imam, a chef, I

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know, I'm not the first to compile now.

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The first two literally mentioned,

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to speak about it, to speak about all the different sciences.

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Yes, I remember shuffling.

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I wanted to share this with you. This is what he studied in El Medina University. It's called multiple LLM, an introduction to Quranic science, exactly what you're studying here. But of course, this is the Arabic version. And it mentions a member of CLT, who authored his first book, by the way, when he was around seven years old, basically, the age that you take your kids to you want to you to.

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That's when he authored his first books upon Allah, and he was a scholar of the end. And he discussed at Weber, aluminum, and the chapters, the many chapters of El omachron. And basically he lists around it. So as you can see here, from where it starts with the Asterix there, all of that, included, have parts of aluminum code, and

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I wanted to share that with you just to show you that what we've taken last week, there's different aspects of animal control, just the beginning, just the beginning. And he goes on to say, this is a summary. This is a summary. In other words, this is a brief version, a summarized version, he said if I wanted to go into detailed lists 300.

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And as we said, true knowledge is to know one's ignorance. Therefore, when we look at all of these different sciences of the Quran, Allahu Akbar, we're just astonished to say the least. And you thank Allah for making us part of this blessing oma, the oma based on knowledge.

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Did we take the benefits of studying animal Quran

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We didn't we did. We didn't Okay, that's what I was going to discuss today. So, last week we said the different concepts and aspects of aluminum. So, why study or aluminum cram when someone asks you inshallah, you can give them these answers. So the benefits

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of studying economics and these are not in your notes. So, please take them down.

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And inshallah, among the many reasons, although I've unlisted five, there are many more, it enables you to realize the wealth of knowledge and insight that exists in regards to the book of Allah.

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As we said, you, you begin to realize the depth

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and the wealth of knowledge

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that exists in the Quran.

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Number two, it humbles you.

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As we just said, true knowledge is to no one's ignorance, or when only when one realizes what he does not know. Will he then appreciate how little he does know. And even when Jeffrey would say often, the more I know, in other words, the more I learned, the more I don't know. In other words, the more I know, the more I realize, I don't know anything. That's what knowledge does to you. The more you learn, the more you gain knowledge, the more you realize the power law. I don't really know much or as I thought I did. What is it?

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That's right. That's right, you really begin to appreciate the depth of knowledge, how it humbles you. And as we said, true knowledge is to know one's ignorance.

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Of course, that's arrogance. A person who says I know everything that's arrogance, the promise of aloha to Solomon's when taken had this debris next, when he's asked about the depth judgment. He said, men must all do unhappy art, let me say, the one who's been asked doesn't know more than the one who's asking Rasulullah didn't know everything. So how can a person claim they do?

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Number three, they will grant you a better understanding of the Quran.

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As we said, as students of knowledge, you don't want to just scratch the surface of knowledge anymore.

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Number four,

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it will increase your Eman.

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It will increase your faith.

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For you will see the beauty of the Quran.

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Many people don't really appreciate the Quran as they should, because they don't understand it. They don't understand what they're reciting, for example, hamdulillah just that simple phrase that we say all the time. What does it mean? commonly translated to all praise? Sometimes you might read all

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set of all praise you might read. All thanks. And those are two different terms in Arabic. Thanks is

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shook that's why I say shukran. And praises mother. Two different terms, just like in English, two different terms. And they are mutually exclusive. Something that you praise, not necessarily something that you think. And someone you think is not necessarily someone you praise, for example, this iPad, I will praise its features. I don't think it I'll say it's very fast for examples, got some awesome apps or praise it. But I want to thank you also, thank you for letting me use you. So you don't think that also food, you praise the food. You don't think it you know, say thank you for letting me go view up you'll praise it you say it's a tasty dish. Very delicious. Especially if your

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spouse cooks, you have to you have to praise the food now, so as you can see, praise is different to thanks. As for thanks. Let's just say for animals alive today. And it was massacring young infant boys, but he spared your son, what would you say to him?

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Thank you. That's right. You can praise Him. satalia has a tyrannical oppressor. He doesn't deserve praise. You're not going to say you are the most kind you're the most just you're the most merciful. He's a thought he doesn't deserve praise. You will thank you say thank you for sparing my son. So as you can see praise and necessarily thanks, and thanks is not necessarily praise. So what does that have to do? It takes a mother for sugar, praise and thanks em. Put some together when you sell hamdulillah you're praising Allah for everything he does, and you're thanking Allah for everything he does. First, the beauty of Alhamdulillah and we are the only religion that has the hamdulillah In

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other words, we are optimistic by faith and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. Even the Christian Arabs, they say a shock really love with Al Hamdulillah it's far more comprehensive and unharmed is only for Allah. You can't say to someone medica I pray

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Thank you, you know you say a Squirrel Girl, rather and Hound is only for Allah. And have you ever heard someone say Alhamdulillah Hakeem

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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Rahim Have you ever heard someone say that? No. When you say Al Hamdulillah Elohim you are restricting it you are thanking and praising Allah for his n which is knowledge. When you say Alhamdulillah Hakeem, you are thanking and praising Allah for his hekman What's hikmah wisdom? Alhamdulillah Rahim you're thanking Allah for his mercy. It's restricting a bit when you said hamdulillah you've now thank Allah and praised him for all of his names because Allah Himself said, when he laughs to Allah, when Allah He smelled hasna to Allah belongs all the beautiful names. Therefore Allah that name is Usman Gemma as time said, it's the comprehensive name,

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the comprehensive term that includes and encompasses all the names of Allah Subhana Allah. So if you want mercy, you can say your Allah, you want provision, Allah, you want wisdom, yeah, Allah, your knowledge your Allah. In other words, if you're short on names, say Allah, it's your one stop name for all your needs. And all your deeds. He can't go wrong. Yeah, Allah. So that's Alhamdulillah how comprehensive is and hamdulillah that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, This phrase Alhamdulillah mela atomism it filled up the scales of rewards and the dangers. You want your scales of rewards to be great. You want him to be heavy, you want it to be filled up, and handed in

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constantly. Now these scales, by the way, are so massive, don't think there's like the scales that you have in your kitchen? Or the bathroom? these scales are so big, that the heavens and the earth can fit inside of them. Imagine I told you there's a scale, the size of this building? We said two vertical lines is big. What about if I said there's a scale the size of Sydney

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actually the size of Australia. Imagine that How big can you get rather the size of the world. These scales are so massive, the heavens and the earth, the universe can fit inside of them. And hamdulillah fills that up. Allahu Akbar. So you begin to really appreciate the beauty of the words of Allah. So that's what understanding does, you begin to appreciate and you begin to understand. And number five, most importantly, it will protect you from being fooled by the doubters, the missionaries, and those who wish to plant the seeds of doubt in your mind. It'll protect you from doubts, it'll protect you from misconceptions. It'll protect you from those people who are trying to

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corrupt you. Very important.

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The enemies of Islam are many. And today they're very brazen about it. And now we'll come up to they'll confront you. They'll say your profit is a sinner. You said a little bit about how you use the Quran as the lead. Also he thinks it's the lead. He used the Quran who say Allah, Allah says, In your book was done.

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And ask Allah for forgiveness for your sin. Allah is addressing the Prophet Yes, Allah is addressing the Prophet. What does this mean? What's them? What's the job?

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Generally?

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Since them, no that's what it's commonly translated as since it can be an it cannot be the word dumb here when what Allah says and ask a lot to forgive you for your dumb.

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The word dumb is connected to Deneb. What's the venom of the animal? The tail? What does an animal do when it's embarrassed and ashamed of something? What does it do with itself? When it's ashamed, it hides, it puts it between its legs. That's what he said, that person walked away with his tail between his legs. In other words, when a person is ashamed of something, or embarrassed, that's called them. In other words, it can be a sin, and it cannot be not necessarily. So what for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. The event here is something that is ashamed of is embarrassed of but it's not a sin, because the standards of the prophets are much higher than our standards. Something

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that the Prophet sees is a sin to us. It's not a sin, for example, because as we said, his standards are much higher. The Prophet Mohammed a lot of Selim had to practically emulate, he had to

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do we have to pray family? know, if you don't pray, 200 families have you fall into sin? No. So if we don't pray family, it's not sinning. But for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he'll be embarrassed not to pray for families because he's a prophet of Allah, highest standard higher level. Likewise, you would expect for example, to say shuffleboard man or myself come in and teach you wearing tracksuit pants at a jumper. If you saw anything, what's going on? Is that how long for us to attract your pants and a jumper? It's not hard on but it's not befitting somebody fitting the standard. So the professor the law seldom has much higher standards. Therefore, his thumb is

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something as we said, He's probably ashamed of embarrassed of, but it's not a sin. It's not a sin. Big difference. Another example or an example of this would be Eunice, la cillum. Eunice la silica

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to his people.

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He called them and call them and of course, did they accept Islam? No. So what did he do? He left them that was Terkel Allah, he left that which was more befitting, more befitting of him was to stay. But he left but he didn't fall into sin because he gave them down. He gave him power, then he left, he should have stayed a bit longer. That's why let's and of course admonished him. But he didn't fall into sin, because it wouldn't be befitting at all for a prophet to leave people without giving them down. Never. People think that unicel Islam didn't give them down. No, he gave them though he called them but of course, he left after doing so but he should have stayed longer. So

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that's a dumb, so as you can see them here is not sin. Whereas maaseiah maaseiah is of course a sin, where a person intentionally goes against the ruling of Allah, that's amasian London and say, while still filling Masseria, Dick, he said was not fooling me. So as you can see, it protects you from that, when you have knowledge that will protect you from falling into delta to protect you from that missionary or that person who wants to attack Islam from planting that seed of doubt in your mind. And if you do have a seed of doubt, you need to get rid of it pronto. Because shaytaan will water it, nurture, fertilize that seed until it grows into a tree, you have a tree and you have a

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plantation of doubts. You have branches all over in your mind and you begin to doubt Islam so much, and a person may leave it when I was a biller. Therefore, if you're doubting something, a mentally speak to a shape or a person emotionally, they can clear it up for you. And after that, you'll find that there is no problem whatsoever, no contradiction.

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And that's why for those who were at the lecture last night we're discussing, the ultimate weapon against ignorance is knowledge. Knowledge, knowledge is like a barrier between you and doubt. You have knowledge, it's that barrier between you and misconceptions you went down.

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And that's why the scholars would say, the island the scholar is hard onshape on then

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1000 worshipers 1000 are bed, the ignorant shaitan can easily misguide them. So the scholar is harder on shaitan than 1000 worshipers.

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Have you ever heard of a scholar or a shape? having doubts coming up to say, look, I have doubts, you know, I've got these. I can't get them out of my mind. I'm doubting Islam. No, rather than people have doubts that go to the machine, they go to the people of Mali, the machines don't have doubts, because they have knowledge on hamdulillah. So therefore, that's what knowledge does to you. It'll protect you from that.

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Now, at least one of these for your quiz next week.

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The quiz next week will be 13. Multiple choice and to short answer. And the short answer is literally one line. One line so and each Each question is worth one mark.

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Okay.

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Let's discuss the difference between the Quran and Hadith could see that's on I believe, page 12 of your books, paste all of your notes. All right.

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So what's the difference between the Quran and Hadith Pudsey? But before we discuss that,

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let's discuss what is

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the Ahaz is generally are all that the Prophet said, or that he did practice and all that he approved of? Generally, that's a hadith that's a Hadith, a hadith something The Prophet said, or

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approved of audit, or the that's called Hadith. And the Hadith are split into two. We have Hadith could see as we just said, and Hadith Yes, neverwet. Excellent.

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These are in your notes.

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Hi, this nabawi is prophetic Hadith.

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Whereas Hadith could say is

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sacred Hadith. So first prophetic Hadith, or that the Prophet said,

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Did and he approved of, sometimes he might not say something, but he approved of something if he approved of it, then it's also considered from the sooner for example,

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the Sahaba used to love eating this type of lizard called a bop. The prophet SAW Selim warning from it didn't like but he didn't say anything. He didn't forbid the Sahaba. In other words, he approved of that. It's not befitting for a prophet to see something wrong and remain silent. A person is at school for example, and a person is mocking up standing up writing on the wall, chewing gum, would you expect the teacher just look at that person remain silent? No it expected teachers teacher to say, go in the corner, spit out that gum, go outside do something right. They'll discipline that child. So if we won't accept that a teacher will remain silent when they see something wrong at

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school.

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Imagine a prophet of Allah the ultimate teacher, the best teacher humanity's ever witnessed, he will remain solid when you see something wrong. Therefore for him to remain silent upon seeing something that is his tacit approval.

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An example of that would be one in MLR Melbourne yet, as we've taken this one, all actions abide by their intention that's a prophetic Hadith that's called Hadith number one. Another example is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Could Lumo luden Murata Han be Africa to every child, every newborn is pledged and ransom by Zakat

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is a very important Hadith.

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It's very important to perform that people when you have a newborn, whether it's a male or female, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as we said,

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said, Every newborn is more down, which is placed and ransom buys. Okay, what does that mean? There's two opinions. One group of scholars said this means that if that child were to die in childhood, that child intercede for you as a parent,

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another group of scholars said what this hadith means is that that child is protected from shaitan. So whatever opinion you wish to take, both are great rewards that should not be missed out on colossal opportunities. So when you have a child, make sure you have the article for them. And if you've missed out, it's never too late. The scholar said you can do it at any time. But of course, the ultimate reward would be on the seventh day, we shaved the head if it's a child, male child, shave the head and you name them, and you perform the afaik on the seventh day, but you don't have to. But that's the of course the sooner you want to maximize your rewards, maximize your rewards and

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his results for the male and the female newborn. So that's that's an example of prophetic Hadith. Now, Hadith could see is where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah said

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what's the Hadith could say then unites?

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Iam as

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that's right that Hadith is Hadith could say Allah said, so the prophet will say you have called Allah Allah the law who to vatika what are the for example a law said but then a person must wait a minute I thought the Quran is Allah said as well yes, the Quran is our last words as well.

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So what's the difference? Some people say has it could see is the meaning from Allah but rewarded by the prophet No, there's no delete for that. I share him North Amina share from nobles and others said Hadith could see the meaning and the word is from Allah, both just like the court n. But there are other differences, we're going to name them now. Number one among the differences of all the differences between the Quran and Hadith could say,

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number one, the Quran is miraculous in nature. These are renew notes,

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a lot challenged mankind and the gene to produce something like it. Whereas that challenge is not come for how difficult see.

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It's miraculous, it's unmatched. That's the Quran, but not the case for the editor cozzia.

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Number two,

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the Quran is recited in

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prayer.

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Whenever I saw this cutscene pray, you don't say a court of law hota Allah, you know,

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also, the Quran in of itself is an act of worship.

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Now, points two and three on the board are combined in point two in your notes. But I believe there are two different things. So I put them into points two and three. So you may want to split them.

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In other words, every time you recite the Quran, you are getting a reward for each letter, and once that reward, at least 10 has in it, but you don't have that reward when you recite what is good see, that is a means to worship, to seek knowledge, etc. But literally sitting down and reciting the Quran, you are being rewarded for every single health every single letter. It's an act of worship in of itself.

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Number four, in your notes really is point three, what does it say?

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frequently reported

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Sahaba frequently reported its narrations. In other words, it's much awaited. But that's not the case for how you could see. Sometimes the hardest part says I had it's not it's not narrated by numerous Sahaba. And by the way, just because a hadith is not narrated by numerous Sahaba doesn't mean each week. No, we're going to take inshallah, now he studies those that are motivated, and there's a hadith which I had, and they are both accepted as long as they are so high because sometimes you have a motivated Hadith, frequently related but it's weak. So just because it's frequently narrated doesn't necessarily mean doesn't necessarily mean that it's authentic, but the

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Quran is frequently reported and narrated. In other words, it's called motivated.

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And there's one more I'm going to add to your notes. So please add this. Number five.

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The Quran is subject to particular shadow rulings, but not how this could see

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for an is subject to particular

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shadow rulings.

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What does that mean?

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For example,

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a person who is in a state of Geneva, male or female, they are job. Can they recycle them? No. But they can also hide it could see

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when a female has her cycle time of the month, she cannot pick up the most half.

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But she can pick up a difficulty. So as you can see, there are particular rulings associated with the Quran, but not the difficulty. You can recite it. The hardest could see when you're in a time of the month when instead of Geneva we don't have odo. But the Quran know the Quran should not be recited. If you're in a state of Geneva, for example, you just had interrelations with your spouse, you instead of Geneva ritual impurity, you're not allowed to recite the Quran. If you have that cycle time of the month, you're not allowed to pick up the most half and the most half is the Arabic version. When you have English Arabic in the same most half. That's not considered the most half and

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if you want to have a heavier look around on your phone or your computer and iPad or iPod whatever, then that's not considered myself either. So that's okay. So in Ramadan if you have happened to have your cycle, then you can pick up your computer or your iPad or your phone and you can recite from the and reciting Quran in the state of hate when you have your Mondays when you have your cycle you can recite it you just don't pick up the last half. The point is the Quran is subject to particular Should I rulings where the hadith of portsea don't have those rulings in particular and the outcome associated with it. So there's two things here.

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One our sister has her Menzies okay her hide

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there's two things here there's holding the most half

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and this reciting the Quran

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By the way, we did finish for today's session so this is shallow the next 10 minutes is q&a

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so holding the most half that's where this fit level that's where we find most of the scholars said no don't hold the most half Arabic version reciting it all the scholars said no problem you can recite it

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so the issue is not reciting we're talking about janemba instead of ritual impurity no don't recite don't recite and even though you find there a there's a big discussion on that issue

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recite recite know from from memory or in the car.

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But don't touch the Arabic must have.

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Don't touch the Arabic massage. That's the issue.

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Are they talking about Hyatt or Geneva?

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mentors, ya know, you can you can resign, especially if you're going to forget, if you fail, you're going to forget that no problem is

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yes, no problem. a sister who has her head she can teach she can recite no problem. Anything to do with reciting, but just holding them was tough is the issue. And at the end of the day,

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a sister asked recently, should a person is a person obliged to follow method? Firstly,

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no one's obliged to follow a particular method no one is going to tell you, you have to follow an email method. Otherwise you are sending no that's wrong. However, however, a person should follow a shave, or a person of knowledge and try to stick to that person, whether it's a mother, whether it's the local sheriff of the masjid, or whether it's a teacher, a person should learn under someone. A person cannot be basically independent learner in the beginning, in the beginning, everyone needs a teacher, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a teacher gibreel alayhis salaam, and he would teach him up until his final year of his life sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even Allah was his ultimate

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teacher. So as you can see, you need a teacher, you need a teacher and people are three levels. All the Muslims fall under one of three categories.

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You're either a blind follower,

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which is a more Khalid, a person who has no knowledge at all. Just reverted yesterday. They have to follow someone blindly. They don't know the difference between this and that. They have to no problem. Then there's the metabo which is a follower.

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But this person has knowledge so you could say a student as well. And then thirdly, and which the head the one who performed the HD had usually the scholar or the shape

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Find even most machines are not young in which the hidden you find even a following great scholars as well. So usually the third is a witch the head.

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And that comes from doing jihad which is striving or jihad. So he strives. In other words, this is a person who is able to derive

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from the shadow evidences on their own, they look at the [???]tier evidences, and they're able to derive them and give them to a much day. And that's something very difficult to do. So when a person says, I'm not a follower,

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a person's either follow up, or in which they had one of the two, were either like, in a shareholder slump himself, you either like these great or that will you manage to handle on your own? Are you following a shave? It's one of the two was another model follow? I don't follow anyone except the Prophet that's wrong. A person is following someone. And that person who says that they'll say, Oh, you asked them, what's your proof? Like I told me, I said, you just follow didn't tell me. You didn't make your head. So most of us are in one and two, and you find the Anima, Rn, three. So unless a person can make HD head on their own, then the following one of the two, once you quote, a

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scholar, that's it, you follow that scholar in that issue in an issue, and sometimes you find people are a bit of both. Sometimes you find scholars themselves, they'll make each dad by quoting, quoting other elements. So there's no problem. And as we said, you need to have a teacher. And so what we suggest is find a teacher who's your manager, like a reference point for all of your issues, and it's not permissible to start going elsewhere. Once you've selected a person or method to go elsewhere out of desire.

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If it's out of desire, know, for example, you want an easier approach. You want to follow your desires and show her what No, but if the safe is wrong, it's clearly wrong and you know, it's wrong then of course, you take another opinion, but we're talking about out of desire, not permissible purpose and just follow anyone like Photoshop is pick and choose what they wish. And hamdulillah there's a very good website Islam QA, I'm sure most of you have heard of it. It's authentic. It's run by an alumna of Alison ojima. And usually they were very good job of giving you Questions Answers with all evidence as well. So go into slim queuing.

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Look, try to follow as we said, a scholar that you feel who's on knowledge and following the right track. Why Because Allah himself told us, Allah telesis first Allah Allah, Allah tala moon as the people of knowledge, if you don't know. In other words, if you don't know something and you ask a scholar, you follow him. You're not accountable anymore. He is accountable his system.

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It's actually a website and I believe it isn't up now. Islam qa.com is a very good website.

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Yeah, sure.

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And I believe it's in App Store as well.

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Okay, it is time for the next module.