Hadeeth – Biographies of the Muhadditheen Pt 1

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The speakers discuss the "will" in relation to title and the importance of revision in mathematics and writing. They also touch on Al prepays and the legacy of Mr. Mohammed, a man in prison who became a full- religion and was punished for his actions. The importance of the "has" meaning in the title of a book and the significance of writing in the field is also discussed. The segment touches on the use of the goddamn mustard in writing and its importance in various religious works.

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Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah where Allah Allah, He will be here woman Well, today, my dear brothers, we are looking at the biographies very briefly of some of the Hadith in, we're looking at,

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for example, the biography of Anima Malik, and then I have a Mohamed that we're going to take today.

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Now before we do that, we'll revise what we did last time, because it goes hand in hand with this lesson. We said the element will compile narrations, they'll compile their books, and depending on how they arrange the ahaadeeth got a different name. Just like in English, right? depending on how you arrange a book, for example, you do it by dates, what happens on your in your daily life. That's called a journal. Right? If you do it from when you were born, literally the path you take in life, that's called the biography. If you do it in chapters, it could be a novel. So depending how you arrange something, then it has a different title. So likewise, the ahaadeeth the way that will

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compile they earned two different titles. The first one that we mentioned.

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Sorry, for excellent. What is the hyphen Arabic?

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That's something that is mentioned today. Yes. But in the time of the seller for as a cipher,

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the newspapers back then, yeah, anything that is written down, it's called cipher. What's the plural?

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Sort of? Is this an operand? Sure is. In fact, that's where the word must have came from, from sahifa. And sort of must have three Sophie mocha Rama malfatti motohiro. Allah says this revelation is in high elevated pages. So that was the first stage However, they had this arranged in the sort of,

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according to the alphabet, or the Muslim.

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No, no particular order, they'll just record it. And then next stage after that.

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The Masonic I sent the Masonic if there's another name for the Masonic

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Yeah, that's the plural masana fat is plural. What's another name for Masonic?

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motto? Good morning. So that's the motto of Mr. Malik. And first we're going to take that first. So Moto X and how they are arranged in a moto formosana

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according to the chapters of excellent what's included in Amazon for moto

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and I thought, beautiful boy, and I thought, great. And then we looked at

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the Muslim ban was the plural of Muslim, Masonic, beautiful, Masonic, and has the Muslim arranged

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according to the center, the center the nereda, beautiful so the first name, or the first generator, sorry, the one who narrated it, for example, it could have been even our best or I will write or even without the according to the narrator, that's how the Muslim was arranged because it came from Senate, a Muslim and senate they actually have the same desert in Arabic, same root letters. Beautiful. So an example would be Muslim. And Mr. Mohammed almost not for those sent beautiful. Excellent. what's included in the Muslim?

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Also a hadith Naboo. Yeah, so

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and then we looked at

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sunon. And what and basically what's included in the sunon?

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The Hadassah movie, I said, because it came from the word sydnor. Right, the Sunnah of the Prophet. So in the sunon, you have the Sunnah. So that's easy to remember. So basically, the Hadith of the SLM so sunon have imagined sunan

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Abu Dhabi beautiful new salon, and I say excellent. Now how are they arranged? How the salon arranged according to the purpose Well, how does it differ from Abdullah from the motto?

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Beautiful, usually, the matana masala has a thorough and discernible way. Well, the sunon usually you find it just restricted to hadiza neverwet beautiful then after sunon we looked at

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the Sahaba and the fluorophore, sorry. So how good is revision of last week? So now the So hey, Hennessy, how are they sunon?

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They are good, good. They asked sunon What are they have a separate categories. So especially because of the high authenticity? In other words, they got a separate category, they're in a league of their own. So ha, so so he have al Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, so here, it would have been good or shallow. And then after the Sahih, we looked at the books of the year, a margin, the margin,

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and the plural. margin. Good.

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And what's the margin?

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Yeah, the word margin was used for dictionary. Good. So how would the ahaadeeth be arranged in a margin?

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alphabetic order just like a dictionary, exactly ABC right you have the Hadeeth in the margem arranged alphabetically beautiful. And then we looked at

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a trough a trough Jomon write these down

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very good girl you caught up author of How they had this arranged in a trough

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Mashallah very good. According to the most important word of the Hadith what's that word called?

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The key of the Hadith literally. So let's just say in MLM Albania told me the most important word the yet right so it will be arranged according to the most important word of the Hadith. That's the author off and for homework I said to you fine for me what mustard rock is the books of the mustard rock? How are they arranged?

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So that was homework if anyone has an answer at the foot level If not, I'll give you the answer.

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It is these are all compiler options.

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Now there is not this is not compilation will be considered the cipher.

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So what's the mustard rock? Basically the Imam of the monster truck or the author of the monster truck.

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He looked at the conditions of Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and he applied those conditions on other ahaadeeth are not included in the see how they looked at the conditions which we're going to take inshallah not next week the week after. Finally that will create we're gonna finish Salahuddin we can look at the difference between so he and the conditions for sohei and Hassan and life etc. So basically in a mustard rock, the shareholder Mmm, it looks at the conditions of Sahih

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al Bukhari Muslim looks at the conditions and he applies those conditions on a hadith that they didn't include. And he compiles his own and that's called the mustard rock. So an example would be mustard rock. I'll hack him stotra al Hakim, this is a famous book.

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Most of the rocket hacking

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and you might say okay, heck, how come and Buhari Muslim didn't include those are Hadith many reasons. Al Buhari wanted, for example, to make his German his compilation really concise, wanted to make a really concise, fast, there's many a hadith he didn't include. And he lifted him out. Also, there's so many a hadith he did not include because they will repeat. So he didn't include them.

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Although you do have, of course, a lot of repeats. So imagine if you include everything so he wanted it concise.

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So knowing those types of compilations now hamdulillah revision. Now we're going to look at the authors of those compilations. So we're going to look at brief biographies of them who had the theme. Let's start with Alma Malik. So if you're going to take notes, Oliver Malik is the first one. And you can put sub headings The first would be his birth.

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He was born in the year 93. After his

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other words first century

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and his full name is what

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Malik, even Anis

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now it was mentioned that his great grandfather was hobbie

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Allahu Allah.

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Some said he was some say he wasn't his opinion but seems Jani from the generation Yes, he was. His great grandfather was a Sahabi and Medina. And his name is Malik Gibbon. And it's not unassuming Malik. Who's Alison Malik.

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Yeah, the companion the prophets. servant. Yeah. So the Hadith, the prophet servant unless of America those which the names around is Malik even Anis different man altogether.

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So that's basically his full name. And the use morning as well as teachers.

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They were of course azhari.

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He was considered the most famous muhaddith of his time. And he was among the first to compile books of Hadith as well

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as array

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one of the one of the first

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he was the greatest hockey scholar of his time at NASA who was

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more or less normal. What's Moeller here mean?

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freed slave. Excellent. So now that was the freed slave of economics.

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Now I'm delighted nephew that way.

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When you have an eraser

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From Anima Malik, I never found an example.

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That's called a Silsila at the Habiba the golden chain. When you have a hadith that's been rated from Allah Malik, he took it from nefra. He took it from the authority webinar model, who said that the Messenger of Allah said those three names in a hadith in other words that senate, the Senate, those three names, Malik and nephew, Jamar, it's called as Silsila l the heavier the Golden Chain

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gold upon gold in Northern Ireland or waterpolo. This is gold.

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Next up heading you might want to write is his travel and knowledge.

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He primarily stayed in Medina

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he didn't really travel because there was no there was no need to his main teachers when and Medina. So he stayed in El Medina and he studied and sought knowledge they are under the Allah.

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And the only time he really left out of Medina was to perform Hajj.

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Next, the tests he faced, of course, like many allamah,

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even this is the prophets themselves, they face tests. And this is an important lesson that just because you claim to be a Muslim, or you're not more serious about your deal, and don't think you're going to have an easy road agenda. Now, just because you're Muslim doesn't mean you're going to have an easy path to paradise, you're going to be tested severely for

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the image of the seller for test. In fact, the prophets themselves was severely tested. So he was tested severely. And among the things that happened to him, that he was severely beaten and tortured in the 764 Christian era, by the order of the Emir of El Medina. So the Emir of El Medina ordered that he be beaten. Why? Because he basically went against the rule of the Empire the term what was that rule? That they said, forced divorce is valid. He said, No, it's not. So he basically gave the fatwa that forced divorce is felt is invalid. You can't force someone to divorce their spouse and put a gun to the head, divorce your wife. Now that's invalid. So he basically gave that fatwa. And

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because of that, he was beaten severely.

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Have Almudena, he ordered that he beat him.

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Let's look at Moto, which was, of course his most famous compiler,

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his book.

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Now, he began the compilation of a more thought due to

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a request from Abu Jafar almanzora was the halifa at the time. Abu Jafar basically told him Look, I request that you compile a comprehensive code of, of Islamic law and jurisprudence why so we can apply it throughout the land, the Islamic empire, Upon doing so, Allah Malik told him that he does not want this to be applied in every single person. Because the Sahaba By that time, it spread throughout the Muslim land, and they have other parts of the sooner other ahaadeeth that are also authentic, that are also applicable. In other words, he refused to force it on the people

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showing his class. He could have said, You know what, I could be rich and famous. Yeah, you know, what, take my book and apply everywhere and say, yeah, I'm the Imam of it. But he said, No, I refused to have this force on the people showing you his tolerance today, just because a person follows their shape. That's the only way and then rewire the right way. And anyone who opposes my shift is gone. We'll deal No, it's not the case. And even medic wasn't like that. How can anyone who is a follower of America claim to say that

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so you may think okay, what happened maybe later on, maybe and regretting looking Oh, I should have taken that offer or guess what he got another offer this time by Coronavirus.

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The halifa Haroon Rashid, he gave him the same requests and the same offer, but he also turned it down. They're happy.

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Sometimes the dunya is presented and you have strong amount at the time and you turn it down. And then later on you think, man If only banana even when it came a second time, he turned it down once again, that was element Malik amazing. And the most famous commentary of Al moto is by Abdullah

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bin Abdul Jabbar one of the most famous commentaries of Al moto. As for his death, finally, he died at a

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very vulnerable age.

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Were in the city of his birth. Where was that?

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In El Medina.

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So, when he was 83 years old, yeah, 83 he died.

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That was

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alima alima alima Malik. Let's look at Mr. Mohammed.

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He was born in the year 164. After his role

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164 after hegira in Baghdad.

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Now was he pure Arab

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issue was pure Arab. He's descended from Al Basra.

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He was a descendant from the Shay Bernie tribe thrusts his full name is Ahmed even Mohammed

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bin Hamdan a Shay Bernie as he gets the name of Shay Bernie because of us from the tribe of Shiva. So his full name is Muhammad.

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even humble shibani

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his father was a Mujahid

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Allahu Akbar and his father of course, died when he was around 30 which left Alma Mohamad

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orphaned and he was an orphan. And you'll find also many other element will often the young age like element of shifting

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and remember Buhari following in the footsteps of who

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the profile is.

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Salima Mohamad, at home chef fairy around Buhari the war, often following the footsteps of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam. So being an orphan isn't necessarily a bad thing. In other words, because you're following the footsteps of these great men. In other words, it's a sign of great things to come, don't lose hope, said hamdulillah. Never doubt the Divine Decree of Allah azza wa jal. So he was an orphan.

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Thought who took over the mother. And that's what you find in terms of his knowledge early on, was the mother she was the one planting that seed of Eman and knowledge and growth in his heart. And if you have any questions, write it down. We'll take them in the show.

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Unless there's a point that I said that you missed, that's no problem. You can ask him I can repeat it. But if it's something that I didn't say, then we'll just take it in the in the show.

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As far as travel and knowledge.

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First and foremost, his teacher was his mother and you find many of the realm of the cell if the teachers were females, mothers, sisters, and it shows you the important role of women.

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In those by him said, society is made up of males and females

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Other words, females make up 50% of society, but they're the half that gives birth to the other half. So in reality, they're the whole society. The female is so important. So in terms of his travels and his knowledge,

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first and foremost, he was brought up by his mother, Sophia been to maimunah. That was in a

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what would happen was

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pre dawn and the walk to Sahar before her, she would wake up prepays, food, his breakfast, get his books ready, and then she'll wrap him up. Because it was very cold in the mornings, and by that very cold, and she would take him to the masjid, so you can print them out, and she'll wait outside and after the pray go home. No, she'll wait until she rock so you can sit there at the fate of the scholars gaining knowledge. The mother, she was the one that planted those seeds, and we're gonna see also, he did the same. And he did the same with his kids, Abdullah.

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Abdullah his son, he nurtured him really well. So when he died, his son Abdullah, also known as Abdur Rahman, but his son Abdullah took care of the Muslims. He nurtured him Well, he planted that seed of a man because when he died, enema, Muhammad Rahim Allah, the muslin wasn't complete. The manuscripts of the papers and notes were everywhere. So he took over his son, what an investment to invest in your kids. Now let's get down to the world and neglect the home. Let's give data to everyone else and neglect the family and neglect your kids. Sometimes you find a person in dour is a shareholder of strong student knowledge, whatever the case may be, or is a volunteer many events,

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yet his family's neglected, the wife's neglected or the kids neglected. What is this? Like having a dentist with bad teeth, or a plumber with bad farming? Right? It's a contradiction. Start in the home, the scholar said, and also know where

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the family is the nucleus of society. That's how we get victory once again, among many other ways, of course. So his mother was the one nurturing him as the saying goes, don't expect succulent strawberries. When you sown the seed of a cactus so

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sometimes parents hear they sown the seed of a cactus. What are you gonna get? You're gonna get a cactus. So when is 15 1617 hyper shoom? I will show on him or you maybe you didn't raise him right? What happens is

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and also now where tonewoods demo

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the family is the nucleus of society.

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So Oliver Mohamad, his knowledge started at home with his mother should take him to the masjid every single morning. However, he began his serious study of a hadith at the tender age of 1515. That's when he was serious. So he was doing everything before them. But 15

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have been serious. Some people get serious never

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once, like, How can I be like

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23 is like, there you go. So powerful.

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So when he was 15, that's when he started to travel. Carlos is a man now he went to el bussola el Kufa and Yemen and Elijah's

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it's like parts of Iraq and different parts of warfare master like Iraq

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and he returned to Baghdad his home city after approximately 11 years. So after 11 years of traveling,

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he returned home

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and whereas if there is a find when it comes back to back that the great illustrious and a member of chef I

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thought he becomes his student. So I studied under chef a these were all great men and students of each other My dear brothers, you find today people that they have this his BM mentality where they basically say you know, if you're not on my way, you're neuron dot Allah. This is the hack bro. And now either way is acceptable and they follow a particular method.

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And they think every other method is wrong. But Little do they know their own email of that madhhab was more tolerant than them. The only mabb you find the students due to the lack of knowledge, don't even knowing the basic biography is a very basic Cyril, by the way. I'm not giving you everything, but very basic things I don't even know that. Remember he had studied on the Alabama chef and his son he would always say I used to hear my father making fun of me, Chef he always, always, always, always make tough for your teachers for your machine is the people who teach you they help you to show try to get the gentleman. His son said I heard my father constantly make dua for a chef. This

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is why you're making so much to offer him. He says he see the relationship and the importance of the sun to this world. He says Yeah, well, he said he is the son to this day.

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And that was after the Sahaba in our time now. I remember chiffre is like the sun to this Deen. Just like you have the importance of the Sun to the world without it. Basically, everyone's dead.

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And that's why it was called shamsudeen. Literally, no, because the sun is a source of light. It's a source of guidance. So remember chef it was that it was a source of light and guidance for this oma.

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So he studied and felt no solid felt under his shape and memberships. Right? And he continued teaching up until 214 after his law and this is when a storm of persecution erupted against the scholars of Hadith against Al Hadith throughout their best Empire. Why?

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Because the hollyford to time accepted them What does ILA Aveda. This is of course, a deviant Aveda we don't accept. So the halifa now this is in terms of new new sub category tests, the tests he faced.

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The halifa at the time accepted the model Zilla creed

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214 after hydro as we said a storm of persecution erupted. And among the things that they used to believe in claim was that the Quran is created. Is the Quran created. Of course not because the Quran is Allah's words, and I was not created so the Quran can be created. So therefore, therefore, they refuse to yield they refuse to submit to this deviant way and among them Allah Mohammed. So in the beginning, this Khalifa.

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With most scholars refuse to join him. He first read in them. When they didn't obey, he persecuted and tortured them. Many, like ultima mahamadou, persecuted and tortured.

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He was thrown in prison.

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18 months in jail.

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Imagine that great email, great scholar in prison for 18 months.

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You think Supermax is bad? Well, at least they don't torture you.

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Perhaps you say yeah, there's psychological torture. That's true. There is a psychological torture and Supermax but here all psychological and physical torture, he was beaten so bad at times. It was mentioned that he broke his wrist, they literally they broke his wrist, it was that bad. And many times he would be knocked out unconscious, we beat him to the extent where they basically kayode him a great Imam. So much so that his students said to him, Look, why don't you just Odia What's the idea? When you say something, it's not a lie, but you give the intent to the person asking that as though you intend something else. This is called DoDEA.

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Like, for example, it was mentioned that Yeah, even in Maine, and I Li, April medini. These are two great scholars that use storia. An example would be for example, they were told to say that the Quran is created so they will hold the Quran up to say it is created, meaning the paper Yeah, this must have literally the cover is created, but not the Quran. Let's go to Korea. So his students asked him what introduced Odia just like Yeah, yep, in Maine, and I've been Almudena did. He said no, I'll tell you why. Go to such and such place and tell me what you see his student goes, or does he find

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students with pen and paper waiting to see what photo is going to give what he's going to say so that we can record it in the pages of history. He says that's why I refuse to refuse to give in.

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At first he earned the nickname of Mr. Ellison. Remember how asuna is Alabama? So aka,

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remember, listen.

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Look at him today. We've mentioned him by literally singing his praises and making to offer him Rahim Allah, even the other great scholars in his time lived as well. Literally, they were great scholars in his time, perhaps maybe even more knowledgeable, but last

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sincerity a pure sincere intention and silicone Allah that's what raises your ranks also, not just knowledge but it's applying that knowledge to applying the knowledge and that's why it was mentioned also another great story when he was in prison to people before him they were taught to say the Quran was created and they didn't what happened the heads were chopped off and remember what was next his next and who's next to one of the students of a chef a so this is an opportunity to ask him Do you have any advice from the chef on you know wiping massage what your hair just about to get lopped off and you asking about *. That was one of the stories of a landmark match shows you

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historical. If I'm gonna execute I'm gonna it's gonna happen and if I don't well guess what I better use this opportunity to gain some knowledge because if this was executed I might lose that How did I tell you Sorry. So that's one of the main there any major stories mentioned about Mr. Mohammed in prison to show you historical and reliance you know, if it's gonna happen, it's gonna happen at the local laws and federal law. Of course, it wasn't executed. And one another amazing story of a man in prison that he was beaten really hard one day, and he was brought some water after the speeding. He was given water he refused to drink he says I don't want to break my fast

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is fasting is in prison and is getting beaten his I don't want to break my fast look at these men, my brothers. That's what a lot preserved the legacy behind. You find us along with Stan. Now lo alum is how people are gonna remember us. Most of the time we forgotten and if we are remembered, you find also people remembered in evil Sharla we leave a great legacy behind and people remember us for our goodness. I mean, this is an authentic narration that's been mentioned about Alabama. And he lived approximately eight years after this big test. And this test by the way of the of, you know, the claim that the Quran was created, what was it called,

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was called

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the Great test, literally the mission of Mr. Mohammed and it was such a test that actually is extended into the time of Alexander Bahati. So he was also subjected to you know, such claims and insults. And of course, false rumors spread about alcoholic which we're going to take also.

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So after the manner, he lived for about eight years, and most of his period and time was devoted to teaching, while others was spent to just basically staying in the masjid sala de que la Ilaha de as far as lifestyle now new subheading, his lifestyle

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was mentioned

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that he hated luxury. He lived a very simple and st way of life. Very tasty, very simple. It was mentioned that he boycotted his sons just because they took a payment from the halifa a terribly hated luxury lifestyle. Once at Madonna rock. He said, I came to Alabama and I complained about poverty. Salima Muhammad took four silver coins, put them in my hand. He said this is all I got.

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He only had four silver coins at one stage to his name and he gave it to Ahmed Al Warlock.

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He was one of Jani the contemporaries of Alabama.

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Another great scholar.

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So how would you live basically, he would live off his live off his father's farm estate, his father left behind a farm estate. And he will live off that land basically from the fruit and so forth. But he wouldn't really work he would dedicate a lot of his time to hobbies and, and I shows us My dear brothers the importance of leaving something behind for your kids. If you want them to be scholars, you want them to be mature, right? You don't want to leave necessarily a business behind where they're working 24 seven and they've got no life. Basically, they wake up go to work, they come back to to smash to do anything. No, if you're going to leave something for them leave something so they

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can not work literally, but something they can live off as well. So they can also study.

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As for his character, new subheading

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he was extremely gentle, honest, and just

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these were among the most outstanding qualities he had in his character. Gentle.

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He was extremely honest and he was just just to give you an idea of His justice. Once he was praying, salata nephila an optional prayer while he's praying, someone comes and steals his shoes and he sees it. What does he do? In Kota Ancelotti? He was alpha hakala. Ellen. Yeah, Fuller, fuller Knoxville. So what is he doing? He cuts off his prayer and he chases him down and saying Oh, so and so come back as soon as they come back. Why? So it can beat him. Give him my shoes back? No. He said a day to like Elijah a day to local high school COVID COVID is saying I've gifted you my shoes. I've gifted you my shoes. Say I accept sir I accept why he didn't want that man to fall into sin. He

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Didn't want a thief to fall into sin Look at his gentleness, look at his Allah Who would do that today. When I told my dad The story is y'all chase him down, right? And I'll build him so hard and I built him with those Jews until they literally fall apart. A tree Egyptian my father,

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the father will come in

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the football.

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You can see you can see ya know from below is your customer, brother. So that just shows you that just shows you No Man's character amazing who will do that Rahmatullah who had mercy for that man, even though he stole his shoes. In other words, he stepped over his pride, he crushed his ego, and he humbled himself. Why? Because there's another believer, another Muslim, that is truffula tree manners, is when you display them to those who have none.

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Anyone can show good manners to those who show good manners to them. That's easy. True. Even animals recognize that

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when you give a cat some food and you basically pet it, what does it do? It comes close it poses sits on your lap animals recognize that relationship, to show good manners to those show good manners to use easy, really your true test of character is when you show it to those who have no character. That's true.

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So that was a moment. As for the Muslim, finally we'll take this and his death. The Muslim was mentioned this famous book and that's why I mentioned the Muslim before and the matassa laughter repeat all these things and what they are. So the Muslims, how did he compile it? He basically drew from his own personal library where in his mind as well as the entire literature available to him on the subject. So he went traveling as we said, all those years. So out of 750,000 narrations he sifted through 30,000 basically he sifted 30,000 from 750,000 alone.

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Yeah, so he basically out of 750,000, a hadith. He went through the mall and he basically extracted the gems and he took out 30,000

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was mentioned he dictated various parts of these Hadith to his students. Also his sons, a nephew for over 13 years. So as mentioned, he compiled over it and knowing exactly how many years but you could at least it took him 13 years to compile 13 years, you find many of their LMR do this, like Alabama, cod's houses, it took him 20 years to compound. So you find minier LMR it takes them a long don't just think that they just sat there overnight. You know what, let's put a Muslim together. Bang, here you go. So 13 years of struggling toil teaching

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the Muslim, non Muslim.

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Now, he never claimed that all of the Muslim context were genuine and reliable. However, he claimed that basically a lot of them, a lot of them would be proven so he if they'll put to the test, however, on the contrary, just to show his loss and his sincerity, he struck off and he deleted and emitted many a hadith from his books, even from his book, even when he was on his deathbed. He told his son Abdullah, take out this hadith and take out the Hadith to show you that. And he was since he was interested, once it's gone to print Colossus, the final version. Now these these men were searching for the truth, even if it went against their own opinion, their own knifes who would do

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that today. Sometimes you tell the brother funeral law, you mentioned a hadith. And because he's proven wrong, he won't accept it. Why just to save face though, saving faces when you humble yourself to the truth.

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And it's been mentioned, although he wanted to assemble his notes in the form of mustard, he wanted to compile it like that death over took him. So this task of arranging his notes and manuscripts was assigned to her.

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His son Abdullah, his son took over once again, as we mentioned earlier, what an investment, so much so that when he's this great a man passed away his son took over.

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So I remember had son Abdullah maintain the scrupulous care and thoroughness of his father's work. When editing the material he inherited, he collected all of his father's huge but incomplete manuscript with his own notes, which he had taken at his father's lectures, he would go there, you take his son to his lectures with with him,

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and other sessions of the Mahabharata and other elements. He then collected it from what he had learned from him and others other Anima during more, of course, yani other periods of time, then, basically, he put it together and thus, the Muslim was compiled in the end by his son, something that many people don't know. And finally, this mustard occupies a very important place in Hadith literature, and has served as a source for numerous scholars works later on. Literally they'll use the mustard as either commentary or the source of their works. I'll give you two examples. Number one, even hotjar use the mustard

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Basically, four is a trough we talk about a trough means. We've already discussed that. So even harder to use the Muslim for is a trough, of course other books of Hadith, but among them use the Muslim and also a CLT assumed to use a large part of the mustard for his works,

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just shows you that this became a source of support for other element in the future. And as for his death Finally, he died at

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77 years of age 77.

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And His funeral was attended by a vast crowd set of contained approximately at least 600,000 people to at most, two and a half million.

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Animal Mohammed Allahu Akbar 600,000 at least attended

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77 years old.

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Generation say at most two and a half million so at best, at best, you could say two and a half million and worst case scenario 600,000 just go try getting 6000

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if you read 600,000 saying how Allah azza wa jal honors you in this world before the Hereafter, it was mentioned this was an event like a witch must have rarely been witnessed anywhere in the world at that time.

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