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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Hadith week six we are looking at XML Hadith. This is the start of a series of the classification of Hadith the word Oxfam is the plural focus and Assam is something which is a part of something else. So custom is a part you can even refer to as a department. So x parts classification, and it came from last summer to divide. So the IDS have been classified divided into the authenticity their grades. So among them you have Alhaji thermocouple accepted and how do you do so here authentic and happy to drive which is inauthentic week, I'll have a diesel model fabricated. So this is the start of the series of lessons on XM Radio. That's what it

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referred to install Hadith. So first and foremost.

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In the first two generations, the most random of Hadith, Mohammed Hassan, they classified Hadith as either, so Hey, old wife, that was it, the first two generations. So hey, authentic life inauthentic, meaning week. However, later on, there was a need to have other categories, other classifications, and I was mentioned, I remember, it was the first to come up with Hassan, this hadith is hazard. And there's no problem coming up with new terminologies. As long as the intention behind it is sound, as long as there's some basis for it. And this is something that even on claim libnah Tamia did when it came to towhead. They classified their hate into the various categories

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like our obeah, Alice may or suffered and then Olivia, there's no problem doing that different names and categories, because the intention is based on the source is based on the Quran and the Sunnah. So there's no problem coming up in each generation, a scholar will give a new category and so forth. So that's is the intent behind it is what he's looked at and not the name.

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So that as a disclaimer, remember, in the beginning, it was just what were they

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acid, so he had life. Now, primarily, you find most of the time the LMS start with and hospital. So However, other unimat start by talking about a mock board, what is that?

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excepted? What is the third mock board? There's two, what are they?

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So hey,

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which is authentic, and hazard.

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Right, so I decided to start with that, and you find some of the roadmap. In fact, in their books, they start with a mock board. So we're going to spend today's lesson really honest here, that'll take up the majority of the lesson due to as you can see the sheet content of what we're going to discuss.

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So let's look at now I'll have to say

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so if someone says this hadith is

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what are they referring to? It could either be Hassan also here right so you have to ask him what do you mean Hassan Oh, sorry, but if he says so he refers to so here. What is a diesel? So hey, according to the LMS This is the following definition in Arabic matassa Senato benaki largely bobbitt. Meanwhile, the shadows in Valhalla, those five conditions, that which has a desire to set up a continuous chain, unbroken.

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monopoly largely borbet that is made up of trustworthy narrators.

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But it's trustworthy narrators enough. Know the need to be accurate. That's very important. Because you could be trustworthy, you're reliable, but you might forget. And of course, it could be accurate, but it's a liar.

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Right? So it's very important to have both and that's why the format specifier look at the accuracy of the amount of Hadith the other level Islam Allahu Akbar precision, so trustworthy narrators have accurate narrations.

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Meanwhile, the shadows, which is free from shadows,

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irregularities.

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I'm gonna describe all of these in detail of course, but these are the five conditions that make up what is our authentic hadith. Meanwhile, the shadows in Allah Allah, Allah means sickness linguistically in Arabic. That's why a lot of the parents that say bad luck, Allah is literally making the cursing you May God give you sickness, and that's wrong. You shouldn't do that. But a lot of the Lebanese parents I say that Arabs in in general. So I'm in the VEDA Allah, it's free from sickness meaning it's free from

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defects

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by in particular hidden defects, which you'll see in a moment.

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So if I had it has those five conditions is classified as

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a question and just scratching your head.

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No problem.

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Here I am doing that now here. So number one, it is sort of centered.

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So we'll do number one, and then we'll describe

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Robin Sharma

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dishonor senate This is number one continuous chain.

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This has three parts. The first is that the chain of narrators who are narrating or relating the metadata narrating it has to be unbroken, connected. In other words, so literally it's called senate because it's like a chain Yes, a chain, it literally rings in a Silsila. Now each person

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has to have lived at a time when he narrated from the other person. So if this person died in the 100, and he was this next person was born in the year 110. After his drop, well guess what? It's unbroken.

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So basically has to be connected. That's the first condition. When we say connected chain, it just sort of centered.

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The first condition

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an unbroken chain.

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So in terms of their life, yes, they lived in the same time. But that's not only what else made sense. You can live in the same time as someone but not me. Have you met my chef chef Herman roselli?

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Have you met him is alive today? So you haven't met him but he's alive. So not just unbroken. But you have to have met the narrator's must have met each other.

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And thirdly, he has to be known, known otherwise. It's called merge hood. He's not known. So if I said Abdullah, underrated, Abdullah who there's many other dealer, many Abdullah's, so, I suppose for example, I remember Melek known, inherited from nephew known who was a free slave of economics known he read from the north from Abdullah Abdullah who, right so if he's unknown, then it's called Mojo. Mojo literally means unknown. So, unbroken chain they met each other and

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the narrator's must be known.

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always full of gifts my brother.

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Now what about trustworthy underrated This is the second condition that makes up an authentic hadith.

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The word used is Adela in Arabic.

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As we said the other this other can be translated as justice but Adela is integrity, righteousness, trustworthiness.

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However, I like the word

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integrity. Why?

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Because integrity incorporates trustworthiness. Yes, it's a far general term. It's far broader concept. So they have to have a data. And what does this include? This includes four parts than Raiders have to have a data. And this includes four parts. Number one, they have to be Muslim.

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If they prefer, not accepted,

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Allah just called the kuffaar for Soc. And we've already described this woman took 100 in Jacko, first kobane for W. And Fs IQ is a person who

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knows.

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Yeah, commits major sin.

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Open Oh, no, even if it's done privately, major sin. Now do the kuffar. Do they commit major sin?

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I sure. Yes, I'm 100% Sure. status, right that'll that's enough to land you in Hellfire conference is the biggest sin in fact, so all of the control officer and the Muslims who are major centers of Osaka as well. So therefore, based on this one condition, from the second condition is like really to a just that alone is enough for us not to accept what is on the BBC, ABC, NBC, but look BC.

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Literally what you see on the news, you find nine times out of 10, if not more 9.9% or 99.9% of the news is doubtful. So you have to verify as laws have told us and will lie if you were to apply these conditions on the news, or the fields that they call news today, nothing will be published nothing. These are strict. It came to Mr. Lauer, verifying news. But unfortunately brothers today they just take whatever they see, they hear on the news, and then array as ahaadeeth with the profile. So to Samson, it's enough of a sin to an array, finish the Hadith, everything he

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so he laid his cost, you got to spread it. You read something on Facebook, you spread it, you share it Nana it's another verse. In other words, if you do that, you just narrate everything you hear, see you read, you've actually met your quota for singing. You shouldn't be sitting after them.

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Michael Cera

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Have a look at enough of a sin. Just the other day brother said look this sister so I'm sharing on Facebook she's caught stealing, sharing on Facebook and she's wearing Hijab if you don't believe that don't share it either.

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She has look she's stealing what's in her hand or she's theory is says she's stealing charity boxes as they look like a charity box looks like a kind of drink. I said okay, first and foremost, you don't know where the source is. And just because I'm put on Facebook doesn't make authentic sister that we know. I know it does spirit. What happened to verifying you call her up? Ask her. You believe that confirmed before you believe her? Because the ones who basically reported a local firm to this very important, so I don't know him. The narrator has to be a Muslim.

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actually read Arabic for you that way you get

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an akuna Muslim man, I have Guillain Barre one Salomon, those are the four conditions that is a Muslim.

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We took that I have kailen he has a lot yeah, so his intelligence in other words, he is saying he's not crazy. Not intoxicated. Not on drugs. He has sanity whether crazy or not because a person cannot be crazy, but they're not all their

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other words because of intoxication. Barely one what below?

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of age? Yes, puberty acid. Therefore, therefore, my dear brothers.

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All the other fellas are here. All of the Raiders have reached puberty as opposed to what the deviant Hamza Yusuf has said And may Allah guide him because he's been warned against and he's been spoken to many times but he never retracts what he says. He's basically if you put in YouTube

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feet two feet in prayer Hamza Yusuf, he's mocking the Sahaba who narrated the Hadith about feet two feet saying the little kids that an altar talking about and he's basically ridiculing them like NSF nomadic is eating wild and Eben Ahmad and so partly if he only knew what masala Hadith is all about, if he only studied it, instead of just mocking these companions, then perhaps you wouldn't have said such filth. So all of the narrator's alterations that are so here automatically we know that they are have reached puberty Bulu

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lahoma Stan and Salomon here sadly mean sound Yes, but Salomon mean as Babel Fisk they are sound free from this. Yeah, in other words, a righteous that's what it means.

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The righteous unrighteousness incorporates many things. A person who is righteous cannot be a liar, or even accused of lying she was accused of lying then oh is doubtful. So if he's a liar, he's like a verb or a Gavin then the Hadith is life automatically. It's inauthentic and weak. So he's not a liar or accused of lying. He's not immoral. Or he's not an innovator. When we say Sally man minutes rabbit Fiske, all those apply. What are they?

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Not a liar or accused of lying. That's very important because I remember Buhari. Are we stuck where he wouldn't say you're a liar? Or would he say he was said he's a liar or his credibility is questioned. That was enough if all Buhari said that about you follows put an X on that person. Forget about him. But look at his taqwa. What do you find today, brother based on dare to say cafe mirtha munafo paper on YouTube, Facebook and then make a PDF reputation and spread it to the world.

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And remember Buhari is taqwa didn't even make him say that, and he had the authority to say that, but brothers today, based on speculation having spoken to them this year for the people who they're accusing munaf mortality so easily rolls off the tongue and it's dangerous. And this is because they haven't studied masala Hadith. In fact, they haven't studied something, which is prior to that, and that is manners and other basic things. So not a lie not accused of lying or not immoral, or an innovator is visible that there there no doubt they wouldn't. That Hadith is not considered. So here, rather, it's anything beneatha much beneatha. So that's very important that all those

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conditions and that basically those four conditions make up either integrity.

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So that's when Natalie loggly Baba, if you want in the end, I'll put the whole definition of the resume in Arabic for years while

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Aladdin a bit, but it's very important. This is the third condition that makes up a hadith which is authentic, above.

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Above

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is accuracy.

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Because a person can be truthful, I trust all you brothers, but maybe you misheard something we didn't memorize something.

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So if I asked you, what's that? What are the five conditions that make up

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Howdy 30 so here we are looking at the board. You might not remember all of them, but I trust you. It doesn't mean you're lying. So you could be trustworthy but you could not be accurate. So that's very important. He has to be accurate and accuracy is of two types. Dr. Solder. Well, Dr. Kita What's not to solder?

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Yet meaning? Yes, soundness of memory. That's Dr. Sadler and Dr. keytab. Writing. So both of them are important.

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soundness of memory in any sense. memorize something by heart. memorize it right so it's called solder because you're solid is you're

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just

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like a Buhari. Master at this. He wants sat in a class for 16 lessons 16 lessons, he didn't have pen and paper and his mates were hating on him. Yesterday he telling us to arriva Mohammed bin is married meaning alcohol is not writing anything. So he would ignore ignore, ignore that it became too much right. You can only take so much when people keep pressing your buttons. So he said, I'll tell you why. Because I've memorized everything.

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memorize everything. He said, bring all your notes the next day they brought it and he memorized everything he narrated one by one had this n and senate and a Senate has around six seven names, which are hard.

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And we said he didn't just memorize the Senate. What else did you memorize?

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The biographies we know born when each person was born when a person died, and where they lived everything.

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That was our body. And we mentioned the biographies last week, and very important to listen to that. And by the way, why did I mention the biographies? So we can have any man booster pump up? No, because that's part of most of the Hadith. It's called the end

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region to study the men literally because you have to authenticate these people or they

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have Adela are they trustworthy? Are they accurate? This is all part of masala holiday these codes are more rigid. So they biographies therefore now when you read a Buhari

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ask you for a low when you read outside of class. You're reading a hadith on Iran in world buhari, buhari narrated it. How do you think and how do you approach that Hadith now? Well, I asked you Bala isn't your understanding of who al Buhari is isn't it different to how it was before you took him? So

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it should be? If not it should be because you know who all Buhari is and what he achieved and when he didn't how much you sacrifice so your approach changes. So your approach is to level animism like the approach of the hour I'm the layman so when you heal Buhari has an effect on you.

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As opposed to someone al Bukhari doesn't really know who he is and what he stood for and what he sacrificed in his life You see the difference? Because you have to level the element Sharla So Dr. Sutherland What's the next one? Bob tokita

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a person may not memorize well, but he is accurate in writing. So soundness of recording

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now you both have to be there

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No, actually one as long as you have one is classified as you've met the accuracy he's accurate. And when we say you'd have to solder the LM a guy further explanation he's able is to harbottle Hadith, meta Yeshua whenever he wants to bring the Hadith bang, you say it exactly. Now if he narrates the Hadith multiple times, but every time it changes slightly, then it's not Dr. Solder. So every time he brings it every time for years on end is proven accurate in MLM Albania.

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Next time you're right in the middle of Albania. Yeah. That's not to say that because it changed even though it sounds the same. So Dr. Southern whenever he wants, he brings a hadith accurately. And Dr. Kita, if he has doesn't have a good memory, but he can record perfectly. It's recorded. In fact, it was so law mentioned this, he said for you to render guitar but trap knowledge by rolling it down. When you write something, it stays there for good. You've trapped it. So you come back. He's later on, it's exactly how you wrote it. Sure. I've got notes still at home from my lessons with the shehab the Salama Shahada, then the Shahada is and he's still there exactly what for it

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doesn't change true. Like someone comes in changes the ink and moves it around right now, and this is a magician. But even though it's not really it's just trickery of the eyes.

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And it was mentioned even Mohammed had both happy the elf elf Hadith and he memorized 1 million a hadith. Yeah, his son said he would always read from what he wrote. Why he said, Allah will heavily adapt because the mind can deceive you. So he was an expert at both. He memorized everything but he also recorded it. Is it getting hot in here?

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I'm getting

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a con. Yes, please.

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Next condition condition for for hedis to be classified so here all of these ones will have to be met yes all of them.

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But when it came to accuracy, as long as they have one of the two Dr. Soto Dr. keytab so free from invitee shoes

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that's a word used for irregularities shadows and it came from the word shadow what chef?

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Yes strange what else that's one translation good

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No, that's I love we're gonna take what should we translate it to? irregular or

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outside of the norm? Yeah, abnormal that shall that's why human sexuality is called a pseudo the ciencia because these people the homosexuals are abnormal people abnormal have gone against the norm. They've gone against the natural fit Allah, Allah credit everything hell impairs. As Allah has stated everything disappears you find male and female among humans, you also find male and female amongst animals you find also in plants. Yes, plants. Even plants are better than these people who have asexual asexual plants. Look it up in biology.

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Also, what is it?

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Yeah, plants have the male gamer or gay meet on how you say exactly gamma. Gimme, gimme and the female gimme. Yeah. Male and female. And you have electricity? Yes. Positive or negative? Negative. You have magnetics, positive and negative. You have also a North Pole, South Pole magnetics and Eastern West Sea. It's everything is in Paris upon a law, silly on a cellular level, you have protons and neutrons. Well, what what? So they've gone against the norm in the natural, the one laws of philosophy, and they've gone against divine law, but also natural physical laws of the universe.

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Now, you might say, wait a minute, there are at times, same sex between animals, it does happen amongst some sheep. Yes. But it's not the norm. And the scholars have stated liquidly Why didn't you do to her? Every fighter has an exception. Every rule has an exception, you find that in Arabic, you find that in the deen you find this how Allah created the universe, Allah created the universe as a general, you know, has its general natural laws. But there's always exceptions to those that happens, but they're not. They're not the norm. They are minority. And the minority is never used as a general principle. So we always use general principle or the majority to basically use as a

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general laws. So the word shadows can be translated as irregularities or abnormal. So we'll use irregularities because

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it applies here.

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The Hadees cannot be irregular, what does that mean?

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It can't be outside of the norm of other ahaadeeth on the similar topic that are, that are stronger than it. So if you have a lot of ahaadeeth authentic, and you have another Hadith on the same topic, but it's different, that's called shell. So it's different than these sets of a hadith that have proved to be authentic. So on the same topic, repeat it's different from other hobbies on the same topic that are stronger.

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Now we're going to learn this awesome seller this what do you do when two ahaadeeth are authentic, but they seem to contradict

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the random I have written books on this and it takes a master to look at these Hadith and bring them together. What's the first option?

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What is it?

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Before that we can reconcile? That's the first option. reconcile if you can. And then you look at if there is no reconciliation is perhaps abrogation is one of this.

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However, first bring them together, but all be authentic. They're both authentic. I cannot and some is abrogated, but they still there. So you reconcile. For example, one Hadith mentioned the Salah Salaam is going to return for seven years. Another Hadith says I said we'll live for 14 days. How would you explain that?

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I sent

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he got raised at 33. He's coming back to complete 733 per 740. So the hypothesis 40 is his total lifespan. The Hadith is a seven meaning how many's is going to live on earth when he returns on Easter.

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That's mean ladies sudduth it's not it's abnormal. If it's if the Hadith is abnormal to other Hadith on the same topic, that are stronger than it's called shove, and finally,

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has to be free from Allah. And Allah

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is used to describe something

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That's sick.

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In other words, it has a defect.

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What type of defect? Hidden defects has to be free from them?

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For example ahaadeeth looks authentic everything has been met. Yes, it's not irregular, it's accurate. the narrator's are trustworthy. It's a connected continuous chain. However, if you go deep after deeper investigation, you extract some hidden defects. For example, ie a blue medini pointed out something very interesting. That hasn't boss we did not meet an irate from Alabama we thought

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that was of the opinion of Ali ignore medini

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therefore all the Hadith of the sufia that they use for the beta that they know right from Al Hassan basri. from Alabama, we talked about all week. That's a hidden defect he went in,

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almost hidden coming into the room.

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He went in deep and that takes some that takes knowledge and in fact was Mitchell Buhari was a master at it. And that's one of the reasons why he was above Muslim. Because of his I'm in Al Mohler, al al al Mohler. ll Ll is plural for Allah. So he had extreme knowledge and expertise in the sight of hidden defects. And only a few really mastered it, and actually authored books on it. Now I don't know if Allah Buhari authored a book on it, but it was a master and maybe someone can research. But I remember Hammad wrote a book on it. And I remember telling me this. So if you want to write who books you want to research, and Mohamad and I demand that Timothy authored books on

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this science

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Island,

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anything sanad omitted, there's a hidden defect. So I leave that medini found a hidden defect where Who knows? No. in the Senate, right? Because it hasn't basri from Alabama with all that said, Yes. And Alabama

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oops.

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No others

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like it, no, I beheld him, and adaro cotney. adopt me so there are others who actually authored books on either modality.

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So what's the ruling now we've taken the conditions with hamdulillah of a hadith that is

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let's look at the ruling. Now, what's the ruling of a hadith 30? So how do we apply the avoided the apply sometimes, depending on the topic?

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You take it

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as you apply it, like it's the Quran? Because if it's authentic, its authentic knowledge from who the profile is sort of slim, and his words are legislation. Yes, the gold and more than that they legislation as well, because you can't use gold to legislate. Right? So it's better than that. So it's legislation. It's like the court and in terms of authority, of course, the Quran is high in terms of sacredness, no doubt, but authority. If Rasulullah Serra, it's like Allah said it, they're more or less in the messenger is words when authority truth. So what the prophet said is not does not speak from his own desire. What's the

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one hour

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I sent a woman who does Arabic with me? What did you say about man who can remember? A pretty handsome

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son sent Allahu Akbar and then on fire. The word man in Arabic man natvia is to negate but there's other ways to negate in Arabic this lemma negates

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past Len, future man, all tenses all times past present future all times every time so I lost one young

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man. Now the words he never did, never will

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look more beautiful. That's called Matt and nafion Arabic. Good. And it's also Matt is used in Arabic manner to negate a concept. So you have a misconception in your mind. Allah says man to negate it, what are you talking about? So a concept are Rasulullah mais say something wrong man. And I get that misconception out of your mind pronto. Everything he says is why everything, everything so listen.

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And this came in certain method may have nanhu mailloux omega sub about Abu lahab. He thought my wealth is going to benefit me almost the AMA Yeah. He said if what my nephew says is right, what I'll do on the Day of Judgment is ransom myself off. And I give $100 bill to that Angel now Angel this week after me. Yes. That's what he thought that's what he said. So Allah said no matter what this concept is wrong, alone, the gateway that's called Matt and efia. That's what my nephew does in Arabic and negates

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All tenses and misconception concept central so what's the ruling on a diesel so hey

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Alabama we'll have DC so hey so what's the ruling on acting upon it using as authority edge morogoro Lemma mean added howdy if you will, you will also be able to Sahil the aroma of Hadith filk also now that other element basically have agreed edge mount from HTML have all agreed as h mount on this issue this consensus that it's where it's

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obligatory, to act upon the authentic hadith and Hadith also here in which topics will occur, while halal one haram rulings halal haram Aveda everything, everything under the hood, gelatin silver raw head with nanosilica exalt. And it's what the FDA

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approved definite proof here a definite proof with a one rated or tuna rated or three. And we're gonna get into this if ahaadeeth is our head one ration or mutawatir multiple narrations. What's the ruling? Can you use the Hadith that I had? You sure can call contrary to many what people believe none. And if it had enough data, you can't take it? No, you can take it wasn't the Quran I had not from Allah, wasn't it? Of course, it was moved away to the nature in the sense it came to us like that. But then again, if you think about it, it's a hide from the ability. Right? And we're gonna get into all that later. So the ruling on a hadith that is

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obligatory or summarize it for you

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to follow

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no matter

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what.

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What. Yeah, what the topic? Yes. Well, it's no problem. No matter the topic, that's fine.

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No matter what the topic for the Quran, or anything, Hadith, the middle of the topic, and no matter

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the number of narrators here, so I had to make

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sure that those three, that's the ruling.

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And if you'd like these points in Arabic, let me know I can email them to you or I can email you the whole PDF that I use, basically to just translate all this stuff. It's all of it in PDF, otherwise, you can use a soul and Hadith I believe by Is that what you got? Yeah, yeah, I think I showed you this book.

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Yeah, but that's Philip. So he's following on. So the difference with what I'm doing is I'm just giving you the original Arabic. So this is very good book. And I'll put these page numbers online for you ship. So that's a very good book. He did a fantastic job tobacco.

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The one who goes against I had it so he is motivated. Was the ruling on that person?

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Not a catfish.

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Rather, he's a mocha there are a facet, depending on his stance and depending on the Hadith. So person who goes against it. Maybe he's ignorant, maybe he doesn't believe it's right, authentic. And if he does, however, it depends on the Hadith depends on his stance.

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He could be a facet or moqtada. And at times, yes, you can become aggressive at times. But it really depends on the situation. But these are general principles, as I'm telling you. And in terms of Of course, the Shia, the CR, don't have them. Of course, all of them have left the fold of Islam because they know the truth and they go against not just the Hadith, but the Quran itself. So that's why because of the knowledge but the general Shia is a layman and doesn't. You know your neighbor, your friend, you can say is a Kevin, although they may have beliefs that are free, but you can't say you're a calf or you because of Jehle and so forth. So these are all things that we need to

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consider. So making tech fair just remember this, avoid it, leave it to the people knowledge, it's not for you or night, the layman to go make the clear on every single person. So that's very important. What about two more things, the number of authentic hadith and the grades. Now is every single Hadith that is authentic mentioned in Al Bukhari Muslim. No, there's many more that are not even mentioned in alcohol and Muslim. In fact, Al Bukhari mentioned this himself. He said, I didn't mention every single authentic narration. I didn't write down and record every single authentic narration. He just wanted a

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summarized version. And that's what I call the unlock door, sir. Yes. So hey, what is

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the book? It's not called Sahil? Buhari. Remember? Asahi? Yes, l Gemma

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know. Before that.

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Think of

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rosy shake. I was

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an officer

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Good, just for names I'll say hey, Jeremy and Mr. matassa he called the matassa because he just wanted the cream of the crop. He said there's many other authentic hadith I did not include in my so here.

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In fact, the majority the majority of authentic hadith are found outside Bukhari Muslim the majority. And remember before he stated, the authentic hadith I did not include the Masai are more than what I included the Masai. He said I memorized 100,000 authentic narrations

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and 200,000 inauthentic narrations. Why did you memorize inauthentic narrations

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to know what to avoid? Yes. So before he said, I memorized 1000 100,000 or centigrade 100,000 he's memorized 100 anyway, with the chain and

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these men, let's put 100,000 and how many I have in Al Bukhari Sahih al Bukhari that we know today how many

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good 7463 perfect 7563 how many houses I mentioned in Oregon in Muslim?

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4000 Yeah, approximately 4000 so let's just say 4000 plus 7000. What are you gonna get? live in? Yeah. 11,000. So how many the Hadith al Bukhari memorize authentic authentic, sorry, authentic 100,000. So 100,000 minus 10,009 990,000. He did not include. Now that's only what he memorized. What about the others that he didn't?

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So 90,000 bare minimum are not found in Al Bukhari and Muslim. So therefore, if someone brings you a Hadith, which is in a Muslim dilemma, like medicine and the Timothy or Sunil Cobra, by half day, whatever it is, so hey, then except it's not as if if it's not in before the Messiah can accept it. No, there's many a hadith that also here that are not mentioned in Bukhari Muslims. That's very important in terms of the number.

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Do you need me to repeat anything Shabaab in terms of the number?

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How many memorized? And how many in the books? Let me know.

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Yes, but when he said this narration when he said that narration was 300,000 Is there a number on how much?

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Well, perhaps I'm not sure that yeah, this is a good question. Maybe someone can look it up. How many authentic? Are they? Are they have they not just while recording memorized?

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Yes, so Okay. And hasim boss, we did not meet an array from Ali.

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Hassan did not meet Ali. He said at best, at best. He saw him when he was a lieutenant Medina. That's it at best. I was like, you know, Shabbat and praying Mia, and Abdul Rahman. Rahman is always going around shaking my hand. He saw Shabana? Let's see, I bet. There. Is it better to sit there take notes and read from him, right? That's at best, he said. But so that's as we said, Now, that puts all the Hadith from the Sophia that they use for the beta, all of them into question, the ones that are in array on the authority of the Muslim family, those ones

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so if they come with a Buddha, ask them 100

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of the AlHassan bursary family and you can give him

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exactly that's the problem. That's

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finally the grading.

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Some

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additives are higher than others. Some are the Met said no. Some elements said yes. So if you said yes or no in euro

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Some said no. According to bill and Phillips, he said the oldest thing. However, there is there is that as Labib gave me the nod of approval, there is an is right there is that some there is that what's the level that

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the words rather, it's a it's a notch above?

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Yeah, that which is stronger because of depending on how it's been rated. So there's different grades, there's different grades, it's like you have grades in class, ABC, not everyone can pass. It's all MCC boulia. Tomaso accepted like we said at the start of lesson, but there's a plus a plus plus true so they're all A's everyone passed, but there's higher levels and we'll take all your questions in a moment we're nearly done.

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Now we just took it we said lol Buhari on his own memorize 100,000 authentic and we then we looked at the number found in Bukhari and Muslim which is around 11,000 plus

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So therefore there's at least 90,000 at least authentic hadith that's just based on what Buhari memorized is many more than that. So for homework good question from phase find out how many authentic hadith Allah that's a very good very good question some of the grading the first that which is multifocal knowledge

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now it will differ

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Namo taffy or rather say multifocal Nana will differ it's different in songs the fair the Fatah indicates before the Castro indicates fair fair the door so they are agreed on what the agree is you don't have a hadith came met another Hadith Hey man let's agree no no they're not agree is they agreed on it's called my ob so I'm with DEF CON LA is the highest

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okay from a tougher for witches to agree on something it

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was a translation from whatever correlation verb correct? I agree.

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A creative fun. Now sometimes it's role Buhari or Muslim and the translation is agreed upon but that's wrong. That's the second level.

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I just wrote the Arabic a woman wrote English for you know, whether Buhari or Muslim or in different colors so don't get confused.

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This is the second grade. I'm gonna explain the difference in a moment.

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That's true, but not everyone who's here.

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Who remembers the difference? difference? Abraham told them.

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Which one?

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The wording and follows with the horiba and the meaning. He said Martin Yeah, yeah, methane is the wording. So wording and meaning when you say Mata con la, agreed upon agreed upon by who?

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Bukhari and Muslim. Yes, Bukhari and Muslim or just

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hola so easy, and you save time being in Bukhari Muslim. And as they say, well Bukhari Muslim also narrated by Bukhari and Muslim.

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But in Arabic or in animal Hadi is a big difference. In what if upon Allah, a hadith that's mentioned by Bukhari and Muslim the meaning of the Hadith is the same and the wording is the same.

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Can you have to add is that the meaning is the same but the wording is different. You can like the hadith of sent beta nanaka beta, the Hadith via my editor Femina Heather Malaika, meaningful, horrid, and Minami la mera later Elisa Lee Bruna for horrid, have the same meaning but the words different if you notice, yes. So when the words are different, but the meaning is the same. It's throughout Bukhari Muslim. But when you have the meaning that is the same and the words are the same, it's difficult and it's the highest highest. So that's the difference here.

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So meaning

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is the same only that is it

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not the wording

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of

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Metallica different words. And then there's level three and we're done here. Level three and four. There are others but we just we don't want to go too deep and when I have a break as well.

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Level three what is the rated by her? Only? Yes.

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And the level four

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right by Muslim only I said

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what do you mean because

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now these others if you want I can mention the meal.

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There's what is on the criteria of Al Bukhari and Muslim on the criteria but not mentioned in Al Bukhari Muslim who remember them or that compiled nation?

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Yeah, he's Yeah, book.

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Now, here's a haven who's a man? Well, another book, it's a different title, a scholar who come, he looks.

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A scholar will come he will he'll use the conditions of Muslim and Buhari who uses conditions and he will apply on another set of Hadith that were included under Bukhari and Muslim. Let's call that mustard rock. So that's the fifth. So Hadeeth

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which is

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which has rather

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the same criteria

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and conditions available forums.

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And so forth

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so no doubt a mustard rock is although it's it could be so hey all they had is in there but no doubt it's on a lower level then whatever finale right in terms of you know the conditions and that's why the other books like so he even had been even Hosea although they so here they don't have the standing of Allah Buhari and our Buhari was of course higher than Muslim for many reasons. Number one, his knowledge of Al Mohler lol, the hidden defects and also because of his strict conditions when it came to meeting of the Raiders and others so it is located in Shabaab for your patience and diligence. Have a break