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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah

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Congratulations on completing another

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son over yet but almost is next week.

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This one is the quiz Actually, this Friday inshallah. So today shallow tala, we are just doing revision. So let's start with Hadith.

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So these are the things you need to know for your Hadith quiz on Friday.

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And for those who aren't doing it, it's always a good idea to revise anyway.

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We mentioned in the first week,

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the story of the innovator who came to

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Haruna Rashid, Ltd.

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He fabricated 2030 says, All right,

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so you're saying there are people who are going to deliberately lie against the messenger? Is that what you're saying?

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That's right. That's what we're saying yeah, there are people who will do that. So we mentioned the story of the innovators. So the innovators

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not all of them but some of them

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will deliberately fabricate

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a hadith and falsely attributed to the messenger.

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So we need to understand this fact. Therefore, the scholars do what

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we mentioned the role of the scholars and that listens.

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Among the things you need to know for your quiz is the role of the element what do they do

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what are the scholars

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correct among the things they protect the dean said yeah, Brahim.

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Bella Mikey among them they protected him from these innovators and what else do they do?

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Do more than that.

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That's true.

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What are the establish for us that make CLI the yeah the the authentic hadith from the inauthentic Sure.

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They make clear or distinguish

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the authentic meaning the true a hadith

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from the false

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and they establish what

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Yeah, rules principles.

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What are they get these principles from?

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Their minds? Yeah.

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I really said yes. Then I just make them up. Oh, this sounds like a good rule. But rather they get these rules from the Quran and the Sunnah itself for you need to know as a side point, you need to be able to prove one of these points need to actually provide the lead. Wallach of salami. So the established principles

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based on the Quran, and Sunnah.

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And you're going to have to give me an example in the quiz about this, where one of the principles of solid Hadith is to verify that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam actually set it up to verify that the Prophet said this hadith. So, verification of news is based on what which I

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guess SoTL has a lot is six, you need to provide that as the lead. So verification, and authenticating and ahaadeeth a news is based on sort of facade wailuku Santa Monica

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based on sorts of Herat sex, so those that's you could say number 2.2 separate issue.

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I was going to miss you Mohammed saying good enough to come the first session.

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All right, excellent.

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So they get these principles based on the Quran and the Sunnah. So that's what you need to know. So an example of that is verifying and establishing that the provider so to say this Hadith, so among the sciences, valuable region,

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based on the ayah in sort of order to Allah azza wa jal says yeah, you will

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enjoy a confess upon bonobo in furtiva You know, when I fast even though come with never some countries never never is great news. Not just how about this is only the case for never

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neighbor is great news user but also lots great news Habibi, great news verify the fab battle TV no different color.

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And we know the relevant also summarize concepts for us, don't they? Among the role of the scholars, they summarize important concepts and difficult concepts. At first they make things easy

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hamdulillah yet, as a Shahab, Ross's authority said, the corrupt and the ignorant wish to bring the scholars down, so they can do what they want.

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And this is the poison of our time.

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Well, I have seen in the last two weeks, I've seen hijab from these Johanna

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Johanna to the highest degree. One guy says anyone who's married to a salary anyone, and he said a fee, then his wife skipping dinner because this is a cafe

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now, so whoever is married to a salary salary, anyone who's in salary, basically salary, even if it doesn't mean these are the exact words Abraham sort of send it to WhatsApp if you want.

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Face one. Yeah.

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His name is facebook.com chef face was not a big Jay Z was married to a Saudi salary. His wife is committing Zina because she has she's a caffeine

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scribe. Now this guy is one he's got overage mentality as Abu Qatada debated him. If you watch that interview or that debate, sorry, well, tada, washable cups smashed in, rip them in half will lie. This is the poison of our time. And these people have to be mentioned by name because of the youth that are following them. And they falling into this poison. You have youth who are following these guys like Abu Halima, and Faisal. And another guy today, Abu Musab also in UK, who's on the first line from his video, the elections are coming up, and many Muslims are going to leave the fold of Islam code for the dunya this book

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is opening like a for the dunya. Everyone. Now anyone who votes is a COVID. Anyone? What about the excuse for ignorance? Yeah, I think

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a lot of Muslims, and I know, my parents, your parents, I don't know just go and vote. They prefer to them. Yeah.

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And they call them scholars for dollars. And there's no scholars in the world anymore. These are the some of the rubbish that they say. And this is a lie against the Messenger of Allah. Why? Because it also law said that the scholars are inheritors of the Prophets, and the scholars inherit What? Knowledge true. So to say there aren't any scholars, you're saying Russell didn't leave any knowledge behind? How scary is that? How dangerous is a statement?

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So that statement, you need to know also, if you look at week two's notes, we looked at the importance of the LMR. So what did the Prophet say about them? I just said,

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the scholars are the inheritors of the roadmap

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of the Prophet sorry, the scholars are the inheritors of the Prophet. So who said that? If not by him every time here.

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So that's important. This is some of the delay you need to know also. And if you can memorize in Arabic even better.

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So Rasulullah said,

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wasn't for sure.

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Yes.

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Yes. What did he say, for that Africa? Brothers?

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Well,

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they mentioned that you have to follow them and you have to take from them.

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He can't, can't say there are none.

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There will always be a thought if VA hero as Rasulullah said, a clean grip a clean sect on the way of the professor salams man has always always been

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known as these brothers say they don't exist. They're just hiding in caves and mountains.

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And we also mentioned something else about the river

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where they said,

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Whoever takes a book as the shake ought to happen.

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The mistakes will be more than a corrections menjaga who Kitab Allah but of the whosoever.

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So this is something that the who said the scholars themselves said

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so basically, you need to know some of the virtues of the scholars.

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For your quiz some of the virtues and these are a couple

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and people have knowledge of course

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then we looked at the names of masala al Hadi

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you need to know

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the names

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the many names What are they

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also Hadith excellent

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also Hadith what else

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masala holiday

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so of course masala Hadith

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what else I will cover

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and

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yeah this is

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yeah so what are the names of the sides you need to know them I'm rewire

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yeah that's part of

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it it's not

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but you need to know also the two most popular What are they

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correct or subtle Hadith and masala do

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they need to put a special circle highlight under those names

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there are others of course we don't attend every single name

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they will look at the rules and principles of masala Hadith and I think we already discussed it we said Where do the scholars get these principles from

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the Quran and Sunnah excellent

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we went on to define or saw they will have to define masala you don't need to know really what it means but you need to know the definition of masala

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What is it

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three things if you recall

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correct

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yeah

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good you need to know the definition of masala Hadith we said three things it's a specific term with a specific meaning

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given by specific people so you need to know that for the quiz those are the three things you need to know what is masala holidays so what I suggest rather mg just in time before I rub off the board take a photo

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with a specific meaning

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take a couple and

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just in case it doesn't come out

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anyone who misses it of course this is recorded so it's not an issue.

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So the definition of masala Hadith is a specific term

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with a specific meaning

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given by specific people. Give me an example the example of this

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sorry.

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We have the for example the phone. So

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what we said mobile, handheld telephone, phone. Those are almost all the heart when you hear them you understand the meaning. We also gave the example of the computer it's got many names many masala Hatcher, what are some small hats for the computer, please notebook PC.

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Sorry,

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iPad, desktop, desktop.

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laptop, as you can see for any

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processor, tablet, tab. Those are almost all the hearts. That's an old example. The PC. It's got of course many names desktop, laptop, notebook, tablet, etc. and an Islamic example we gave

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Yeah, that's it that's almost on a hot sooner. That's right. So now it's got many meanings.

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Or we said we gave the example of salah and cm. When he swam you understand the big concept behind it. cm is lm sock cannon Mufasa rod mentor on February 11, through Bishop's manita tabula tada when someone says so yeah metadata meaning you have to ask someone a key health sector animal for October 2012 February 11 Oh Bishop vanita tabula tada Oh, that's to say I saw him a fasting. So the word so yeah. And so of course which is mentioned in the plan

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for the mausoleum, right it's a must Allah has a greater meaning so as almost Allah hat as we said sometimes as defined by the or put together by the relevant sometimes it's already fun Quran the sooner it gives you a, it's a larger concept summarizes an important concept for you. So you need to understand the definition of masala Hadith and you need to provide an example of each while the example some example.

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Then we looked at the pillars of

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Hades itself, you need to know them. What are the pillars of every Hadith?

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Now

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we said two things. Yes. What are they?

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salad first?

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Or you could say snack, no problem. And the method what's the senate?

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Correct the chain of narratives.

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And the method is

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Yeah, the wording or Hadith itself.

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Perfect.

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Mr. folgate. Listen to your show like the one of the brothers took a photo of the board.

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You can even listen to the recording.

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Among the things you need to know, my dear brothers

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are the virtues

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of masala

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there are many and I believe in class, you mentioned five what are some of the virtues? When you study it? What do you get out of it?

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That's true. But what did we mentioned specifically?

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Apart from the obvious Of course.

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That's true.

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Yes, what is it? Iris by jabril. Elisa Lam, true. You either you get the help of Debian based on the hadith of Hassan Abdul sabot, where he was composing

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poetry in defense of Rasulullah saw Salam and I just gave you another one in

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another, another virtue defending Rasulullah. So, among the virtues, you are defending the greatest messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and of course you aided by gibreel

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when he said Allah whom a kudos Allah aid him upon the aid in Arabic sounds like aid in English. Probably other words that texts from us alone aid who are Allah ate him with through hell, kudos with Rojas referring to liberalism. He's got many names. So you were added about up then we said you know people get happy when they've got the boys from Bankstown backing him up or imagine you have jabril backing you up. you memorize the ahaadeeth and spread them just as you heard them, you defend the Prophet sooner and you're a few in a hurry, the innovators and so forth then this is of course, you are getting the aid of dirty lollies. That's a hadith mentioned in our body. What else? What are

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some other virtues?

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That's true. You will gain knowledge and you'll be guided.

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We said what happens to your face? No. Hello great grandchild, I brighten face based on that.

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This also, when he said not bought a low homerun semi I'm a quality for a data camera semia May Allah brighten the face of the one who hears my Hadith and spreads them just as he heard them. Wow.

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So tell your wife This is the Hillel foundation. Hello version manager makeup This is it.

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What else did we say?

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This topic deals with constant praise with the myth of the messenger constant praise. The rlms said 100 had easy access to Nancy Salatin. The people have had it other most people with solar what solar is this? Not so long, low awkward five times a day, meeting Salam ala rasulillah when he says Allahumma salli ala Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so you are in constant praise of the messenger

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so those are young things we said regarding the virtues of masala tea. You also need to know the purpose for studying masala what's the purpose

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is that purpose really is that you don't need to study masala Hadith, because the Hadith all set in stone are recorded. You're gonna bring a new Hadith

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Am I right?

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Yeah, exactly. What is the need to study masala? Hadith? True?

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Exactly, yes. Good. You didn't follow me in my China. test to analogy. Good. Of course, this is a false statement. A lot of people might say it as well. So get ready. I say why studying was gonna bring new hobbies. Or say to them what he studied. What he said he said, What he said is true. Why study anything? doesn't necessarily mean you're going to bring out a new science just because you're studying it, but rather to benefit as number one. So the purpose?

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Yeah, that's right, exactly. That's another reason I said. So you need to know the purpose of studying the science. And we gave many examples and many, many purposes.

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Correct. We said to understand the Sharia. That's right for yourself to your benefit.

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Yes.

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So come to Israel Salahuddin.

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That's right.

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Yeah, there's a long version. And then there's the short version, I'll give you the short version.

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It's important, especially these common misconceptions, we're going to get to so need to know at least one or two misconceptions you need to know all of them that we talked in class. And like I said, you need to know most of these you have to know every single point. As long as you know a couple you can answer it. If I ask you what what is the virtue of a couple of virginity is provided. So among the purposes of studying this site is to understand the Sharia right and to what worship,

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worship correctly. And to understand the terminology, that was another one. As for worshipping correctly,

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we say that's another purpose for studying is to worship Allah correctly, how because you are learning which I had these are

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so he which Hadith are false, so you don't implement the false and you can implement the authentic. So by determining which is authentic, which is inauthentic, we implement the authentic and you avoid the inauthentic so you're worshipping Allah correctly? And of course to understand the terminology

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Was there another one that we mentioned

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another purpose?

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What is it

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yes to protect it in that's another one.

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So we said masala depend terminologies masala, to benefit yourself. Sure. So masala had to understand the most of the hard work. What does it mean? What does hassane mean? Remember, we gave the example of remember the hubby. He said this hadith about an accident, called Hasson that was invented by Hassan from even a husband from his university from Hassan Hassan and this hadith is hussen min hasenhuttl hazard. And we said you read that you think has said in Arabic means good, which was exactly what it means. Sound good. That's why he hasn't, but he meant it's wrong. We are wrong fabricated. So you need to to understand the Sharia properly. And we understand technology

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properly by studying this science.

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Yes.

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Yes I sent another one very good

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when you learn about masala Aditya and about animal Rizal now not to just take anything from anyone, especially from the internet, don't rely on the internet just on Google and so forth for your specific knowledge always verify things. Radical offic

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100 other a mini go to Columbia Law. It's a good site you can find the Mushaf there

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shefali timimi

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Dr. Bill Phillips

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and it is a lot out there. Usually you find them

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last I checked I haven't checked that site for a while.

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Who else in English? I don't listen to English though. Yeah, depends.

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Mostly bank is good. General any emotional talks as well they're good.

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Musab al Qaeda al-timimi also depends if you want to if you want if you want

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it depends also which which area you want to learn

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I found that the other day it's got

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over 100 yeah excellent.

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Mashallah, you shall Evans is good apparently

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someone called check

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in it also my dear brothers know a common misconception and how to refute it

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with delille

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need to know a misconception and how to refute it

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so a misconception of masala and Hadith of course.

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We mentioned five there was a whole lesson where we mentioned five misconceptions what was one of them?

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Yeah, that this science only came about in the fourth century.

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That was I think the first or second one we met him that was a common one where they say this science only came about in the fourth century. Let's let's focus on that first and we'll take you on how can you refute that? Was that it?

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Yeah. Yeah.

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How do you feel this is

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existed before the perfect is a logical way just because it was the first book on the topic doesn't mean that science didn't exist before or that concept didn't exist before you give the example of the Arabic grammar or the Arabic language the first book on Arabic grammar was written by a Buddhist where the dalai in which era

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the tongue of Ali khilafah

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just because now he that was the first book on grammar authored does that mean Arabic grammar didn't exist before? Of course not what was the proper speaking

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Spanish and what was who then saw that speaking way before them, so those concepts existed, but the books may have been formalized later why because of maybe deviation and people not understanding the scholars put the books together to help the people and other economists conception is one

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way another way you can fit the concept is by saying and Buhari came before the fourth century, what do they have? yet? Of course, he used the science of Hadith and before him came

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before him came chef a and then Malik and then

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Abu hanifa so they came with books of Hadith so what are they basing the Hadith on? So they, according to these people,

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another common misconception I think this is one of the main ones to know because this is comments where she today what is it Abraham?

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Other misconception you can say the Quran was preserved? Correct? That's, that's dangerous. And that's a common misconception today. They say the Quran was protected but not the Hadith. Now, there's two ways you can refute one based on the Quran itself. So 10 144

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where Allah azza wa jal says, once en la vikhroli Tibet yearly nassima lucilla Allah him, we've sent down to you, the Quran, your Salah, why so you might clarify to the people its meanings. So how do you Where do you find the meanings of the Quran and the prophets qualifications in this one now when you find the Sunnah in the Hadith,

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and logically you say to that person, would Allah protect the world

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But not the meanings. They're just as important if not more important. a biologist when he said we've protected the Quran, we're going to guard it.

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Allah is not going to just protect the words of the Quran but is going to protect the meanings of the Quran and you find the meanings in Sudan you find the Sunnah in the Hadith and we said that also means what else is protected Arabic language. So you need to know one common misconception and know how to refute it.

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It depends now maybe the person's Jay Haley if you have to sit and teach them here.

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So now at least one and 100 refuted

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and also said to the brothers who came in late give an example of an idea or or a hadith where it's used as proof to authenticate

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information we set to 200 Isaac's Allah told us to verify news, so you need to provide detail about that as well.

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We said you need to provide an example of an area where Allah says

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verify news and authenticate information. So 200 Isaac's

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finally

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know the many meanings of Hadith.

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We said the word Hadith has many meanings islamically and islamically. What are some of the meanings of Hadith

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something get one

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incident good. So an incident or an occurrence is called a hadith

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and attacca diesel Russia, the insert on the event of the death doesn't. You also said something

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spoken. Something spoken Coloma used to have this OBE is referred to as Hadid. So it could be

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a story could be conversation, it could be news, it could be anything spoken. That's referred to as any

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good. The word howdy can also refer to

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the Quran itself. Good. That's what I was referring to. For me one way you can we will be having Hadith Allah said, Let me deal with the one who belies and denies this hadith meaning the Quran. So the what Hadith comes in the Quran, it comes 23 times by the way, but it comes in the Quran. It's another point as a side point, but it comes in the Quran sometimes to refer to the Quran. Allah says Let me deal with the one who belies this hadith meaning the Quran. Also sola will say in accidental Hadith at Columbia Law. The best Hadith is the word of love. So what's the word of Allah? The Quran? So I sent that that'll answer your question as shown. And what how this can mean something new.

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Good.

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Yeah, we gave the example of Yeah, car Sayonara. hadiza meaning gente de. So Jada Hadid, Femi Nuka honkala. You say I went to Lebanon had Ethan waiting recently. So I can refer to new or recent.

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And of course, you missed the main one. What does Hadith usually refer to? Yes, the sayings and actions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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But this hadith only refer to this note how this can refer to any one of those things that we just mentioned.

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What is it?

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Oh yes, you don't need to know the Arabic but for your benefit. It's awkward with a file well,

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and never be so solid. So aquarelle sayings, a file actions when descriptions and also the approvals of the Prophet. But of course Hadith isn't only this today, people think Hadith as only this. But Hadith can refer to all of these things as found in the Quran and the Sunnah itself.