Hadeeth – Episode 04

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah we are continuing with Hadith gibril

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explanation of the 40 a hadith

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we started Hadith to last week we're going to continue that now it's called Hadith

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debrie someone asks you what is how did you give them this hadith? Very famous Hadith? It's the first Hadith mentioned in Sahih Muslim that's how important it is when two men came to the son of

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which companion

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Mr. Nye asked him about cotton. There was a group that will called What did a good someone's been studying from the lab.

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That's right. That's right, this man my bad Joe honey. He did not call it outright I was a biller. He's saying basically, Allah doesn't know something until it happens. Like you and I are the biller. It's a surprise for you. It's a surprise for Allah. Allah. If something happens is a surprise for you. He said like was a lie doesn't know if something until it happens. There's no such thing as coddled, so of course, they were rebuked and refuted heavily and those who believe that a non Muslims are the deer aquifer. So even though I want an array to this Hadith, so that was the cause and reason why if not, I'm gonna read this hadith. And then I gave you some homework last week where

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we discussed Islam. What was the homework?

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Those who say Islam is only the five pillars. What was your answer?

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told me about Islam and not correct. Good. Good, excellent answer. Mashallah. Excellent. So jabril asked bedni Anil Islam told me about Islam. He didn't say mal Islam, what is Islam? Therefore, those moderates who say Islam is only five pillars, you don't have to wear hijab you don't have to win a club, there's no doubt there's no sort of God is no, all of those things. Because the Prophet only said these five things. That's why Sam is restricted to we say no, to being asked about Islam, we just say what is Islam? That's the first way you can refute them. second way is anyone else have an answer? Yes, sister.

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Correct. But they're not asking you about a man that will say Islam is this. They'll say you don't have to you don't have to leave off alcohol. You don't have to leave off Xena you have to leave of backbiting. Because the Prophet didn't say that. He said, What is Islam? Or tell me about Islam? Is these five things?

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A shadow Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, it connects to following the Prophet.

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So if you're going to answer like that, yes, good. The first pillar connects to following the Prophet. And the Prophet said,

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No, the Prophet told us to live off these things, therefore we do. So that's it. That's one way you can answer it. If you want to follow the five pillars of Islam, and how are you going to do them? If you're not going to have someone to teach you how to do them, which is going to teach you how

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to pray?

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Show they're not they're not denying that they'll say yes or

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no, they're telling you to follow the pillars based on the profit as well. Of course, they're not saying that you don't have to follow the pillars. They're saying, or anything apart from the pillars all agree with you? They say, Sure. The Prophet Allah says, pray or follow that because the Prophet said in this Hadith,

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he say, yes.

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So that's extras, you don't have to really do them. It's certainly what Maury would

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say. But the prophet didn't say that in this hadith. What you need to do is use the same Hadith to refute them. The sister did that. Because he said, a bit neon Islam. He didn't say mal Islam. That's one way you can refute them. It will take me said no one brings in innovation, except are a few of them with the same deli that they're bringing. So the Prophet said, when he was asked, What is his Tell me about Islam? He didn't say what is Islam? That's the first way you can answer. Second way you can answer is logically, if someone came to ask you about Islam, you can't tell them everything about Islam, in five minutes, it's going to need not even five hours, you need five years even more.

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So he's going to give them the most important aspects. And that's what the scholar said, the Jews who andrographis Shia via hammy Murphy, it's permissible to define something according to its most important aspects. So Suma did that he defined Islam according to the most important aspects, and the third way you can refer to the final way, although there are many more is the next Hadith we're going to take in the 40 Hadith. The next had it had the three is the five pillars. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said booney al Islam, Allah humps, Islam was built upon these five. In other words, it's built upon this

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As a foundation, but it's not the whole religion, when you as a sister said, if you were to, for example drive and you see, the foundation of a home hasn't been built yet, you're going to say that's a home. No, it's just the skeleton of the home. It's a structure. It's the scaffolding. It's not the complete home, once it has a roof and walls and rooms and bathrooms, bedrooms, etc. Now it's a home therefore, just the five pillars on its own. It's really the foundation of Islam.

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So let's now go through the Hadith in detail today, inshallah, tada, we're going to define Islam.

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And it's pillars.

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We're going to define Eman

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and its pillars.

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And

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stop there because we won't be able to finish the hottest today. So today we're going to look at how these two we're going to continue with that. The notes go straight from, as we said, the etiquettes of seeking knowledge. It goes straight into that because that's the purpose of the Hadith. Why ignore Ahmad narrated? So he didn't mention as the author in your notes didn't mention all the details about Islam and the man we're going to quickly skim over. So let's define Islam. What is Islam in sisters?

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It does correct. It's connected to Islam. And Islam means to submit to surrender. If you were to say a slumped, someone put a gun to your head and you say I slumped. I give up, I surrender I submit.

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That's what Islam means to submit and surrender.

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Allah mentioned this word, when it came to Ibrahim and his son is married. For lemme, lemme, Allah said when they both as dilemma, they both submitted they both surrendered to the command of Allah. So Allah use that word as lemma from Islam to mean to submit. That's what Allah wants us to do. What else does it mean? He's Some people say means peace, correct? came from Salima.

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salema means to be at peace.

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salema Islam salam, don't you say Salaam Alaikum.

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What does Assalamualaikum in

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peace. So big words in Arabic come from small words. Remember that? You find nine times out of 10 big words come from a three letter root word. It's called the good. So the three letter root word here is salema salema. Or cat Abba, Abba. It's always a three letter root word that's the origin of words in Arabic. So the origin of Salah of Islam, and Salaam and Islam, the origin is salema selama. Anything that rhymes or that has those three letter, three letters in them like Salaam? Is there a sister named Salaam here? There you go. Salaam

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and an Islam and Islam and Muslim and Muslim. All of those words come back to the three letter word. That's how Arabic is big words come from small words if you just remember that. That's basically the rule here. So what's the connection between submission and peace?

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Correct. When you submit to Allah azza wa jal, you are at peace, you have peace, you live a peaceful life. That's why the kuffar don't have peace. Despite their fortunes in millions and possessions and fame and fortune. They're not happy. That's why the highest rates of suicide are in the Western world. Western countries upon even these celebrities, so called stars are committing suicide left right and center, drug overdose abuse, suicide hanging themselves.

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Hello.

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You live a life of filth, you'll die in filth. And that's why photolysis in Nevada laughy name the abroad are in name already now. The in blessing in the life, they living a life of blessings in the light. Whereas the kofod were in alpha job.

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Laffy geheime Allah tala says the cafardo enjoy him. We know that okay, what's new there in the Hellfire but Allah Allah says you're slowing her?

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Yo melodien they will enter on the Day of Judgment. So what's the first one referring to? Meaning now? Because also saying no, enter on the Day of Judgment. So when I thought I said, we're in alpha jarle Effie jehane meaning now they're in jehane. And they're going to enter on the Day of Judgment. Yes. loana haoma Deen two different times. To the beauty of this is it's telling you now they're experiencing a living hell, right now. They're not happy, even though they may claim to be but they're not. And that's why you find people who are non Muslim and they become Muslim when that's when they find any real happiness true happiness.

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And even if you enjoy Hillier you didn't find happiness. You didn't find purpose to life until you start practicing your deen What? hamdulillah. So that's the connection there.

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Now I'll rub this off. Is anyone new

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That's in

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I believe sorta tool in football. Asked me in the q&a I'll get that for you.

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Now that's Islam now its pillars are

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think of pillars of a house.

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You haven't how you have a house of Islam. That's your house. Now to keep that house steady, you need pillars without it What happened?

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House will collapse. So first is Shahada, the testimony of faith.

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Next, pray a Salah next Zakah next, fasting so yeah,

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and Hajj

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all necessary to keep that house upright. There are some things that if you don't do it can nullify your whole Islam ruin a completely like Shadow without shadow. There is no Islam. Without Salah there is no Islam, scholars different as opposed to the others.

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If you don't fast, you will go for it is difference of opinion.

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difference of opinion. But definitely you don't have the Shahada, you don't pray definitely. And you've left Islam person we're talking about they've left it completely. We're not talking about they miss one pray or two or three.

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However, if a person does all of them, but the nice one of them, they have left Islam, they deny it so you don't have to fast I don't believe it's obligatory. You don't have to perform hard You don't have to do even if they're doing it. They've denied it. They a person who denies an obligation in other words, they made Hillel law made her mother made her Llama Llama Talon, that person has left Islam we have no right to legislate q&a, that Islam now we're not going to take every single one because that's unhealthy three. inshallah, in the upcoming weeks when we take the three, Bosnian Islam Allah humps, Islam is built upon these five things. Therefore we're going to take that in

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detail. So we're not going to go into that now. As for a man, let's discuss that. Now. We've discussed Islam. Let's discuss the man. A man is translated as

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faith.

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Now imagine as we said,

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all words in Arabic nine times out of 10 come from a three letter word, three letter root word. It's called the gid. So a man came from

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um, what am I?

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Correct? Security?

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safety. Yes. Have you heard of the name a man. A man an airman and Amina and Amina as we said that's how Arabic is all those big words come from small words. That's how Arabic is as we said it's not a hard language it's based on patterns and rules. Once you know them, Arabic becomes easy.

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M M, N n on the end and what Allah said this is sort of coloration as the ayah

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he uses that three letter G the

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man or woman have

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a lot of protected them kept them safe from fee what manner home Amina Amina to be safe and also to believe so we know a man to believe.

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So although it comes from that, yes, but also means to have a man to believe. What's the connection once again?

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Correct. If you believe you have safety and security and the punishment in this world and the Hereafter, it protects you from the fire it protects you from punishment in both worlds. So the connection is

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if you believe if you have a man

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you are protected

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in both worlds, we say both worlds because a person gets can get punished in this world before the next look at ad fair mode. The people of Noah were destroyed on mass unless you

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and

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your hardship

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you feel like it's because of something that you've done.

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That you're getting punished for. But if you don't get any like

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is it always gonna be

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a punishment in the hereafter to get punished? Very good question. Very good question system. Sharla sister Heba will take that in the q&a.

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Very good question. It's a loaded question.

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Otherwise, we won't finish

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the sugar half an hour to go we haven't done the test for Sierra. So we'll stop there and Sharla the pillars are

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Core six, the pillars of Amana six.

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So we said just as Islam as pillars, and there are harmony, five pillars, the house of a man

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is a bigger house because it's got six pillars.

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What am I

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to believe in Allah first, next Malaika was that angels?

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What comes first books or messengers, books? Because books are longer lasting, whereas the messengers can live forever but the books can say you look at the Quran for example, according last until the day of judgment, but the Prophet Mohammed didn't Allah Salah, so the books are

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first then messengers then correct what's the normal acid?

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Yeah, the last day literally, and other which is

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correct destiny Divine Decree. It's good and evil consequences thereof. Those are the six pillars of a man and it's of course in your notes where the Hadith is translated. We're going to discuss that in more detail. inshallah. Next lesson, we'll go into sn will inshallah, finish the Hadith by talking about the pillars

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of Eman as well as the day of judgment and its science. Does that come low Hayden so particle lahoma will be hanged in a shadow and La Ilaha Illa and Mr. felucca wanna talk.

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for homework, this is optional, but it will help you understand the next lesson. I think I told you last week, it's called a lecture when you listen to why bad things happen. Did I mention that? Yeah. Sorry. Yeah, it was a hotel's part of the hotel. It's only seven minutes. Listen to it. It's called why bad things happen? Yes, I gave this lecture. And it's, it's, it helps you understand why there's evil in the world, and that's connected to other. A lot of people say why does Allah decree bad things? When he's all powerful? He doesn't like bad doesn't like evil. Why does he decree it? So there's great wisdom in that evil occurring. If Allah wanted, he could remove it, but he keeps it

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there for great wisdom. So I want you to listen to that. why bad things happen? Yes.

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If you type in why bad things happen, and if you just put my surname

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are good, excellent. This part two, but it doesn't really relate to what we're discussing. It's called handling hardships. Because when bad things happen, you're afflicted with something. Unfortunately, many the time people don't know how to handle them. They don't know what to do. So that's part two, but you don't have to listen to that. But just listen to that because that's connected to what we're taking in class.