Hadeeth – The Inheritors of the Prophets

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah. While early he was a happy woman, whether we're continuing with masala Hadith, and this session is going to be a continuation from the last session. Week One, we looked at the importance of this topic, and the many names that this audience has, why their alumni gave them such names and the importance and that's what we ended off the importance of why the ultimate formula with such principles, and that's what we're going to kick off today. We're going to pick up where we left off about earlier Matt, such Today's topic is you can call it the virtues and the importance of the scholars.

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Now, this is very important because we live in a day and age where a lot of people yet totowa, Luna, Allah, Allah, they think themselves above the other man, they speak about them disrespect them, right because they learn a few ahaadeeth in which they probably even went wrong, along with Mr. Wiley

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has us in particular the scholars of Hadith. So we're briefly going to look at the highlight of two great scholars of Hadith because we're studying Hadith which is Allah Muhammad and Ali Muhammad Buhari. But first and foremost, a quick revision of last lesson. We started off with a story about Muslim Hadith where a man came up to her heroine Rashid, what did he say?

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Yes, he said, mad at us. Now the alpha Hadith was to her Allah rasulillah is what are you going to do? About 2000? a hadith I have fabricated and falsely attributed to the Messenger of Allah. What are you gonna do about it is challenging him? He said, Matt. I said, Ed, so what did he say?

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To boys cuz you've got 2000 100. I've got two men. Who were they

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Abdullah bin Mubarak and Abu swap novels hug from Mia, the old famous abersoch, the famous scholar of the past. He said, You've got 2000 I've got two men. Hmm, we'll take on your 1000 they'll sift through dissect and tear these apart. First, the moral of that lesson was Allah azza wa jal has sent joints in the forms of scholars and men to protect this Deen by formulating principles, how I will sue fundamentals and first the importance of the element and the importance of having these principles and studying them.

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And then we went on to mention some of the names of masala Hadith. This site is also called what is a quick revision of last week.

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It's called a pseudo Hadith good What else is it called? And by the way, these notes are online in the Student Services section. The week one notes are online

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What else?

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And more Marie, why isn't the science of narration what else is this field called?

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Elmo is not a cent the science of change of narration good What else?

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I thought perfect. I'll I'll hover Excellent. So it's got many names and in Arabic When something is honored as many names like Allah many names they have judgment many names the lion it's an honored animal many names and one of the two most popular names of masala Hadith, most Allah hadith of course,

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and also Hadith

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most

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sometimes I have problems writing in English I actually write better in Arabic

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masala al Hadith

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and of course, we said also Oh, come on like this.

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And these two names are based on two very important pillars What are they

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but what are the pillars exactly?

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These two words

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also and masala so we went on to the final soul we said it forms the basis of something in which you build a cabin like a solid right so that also commonly translated as fundamentals. It's the base of something which you build on top of right like a framework you could say well the foundation and then we went on to define masala and we said the scholars defined LST Lahore, it difficulty Fatima Alicia ima or Manama right, we said Madonna in a specific we can remember the term good

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with a specific definition.

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Excellent agreed upon by specific people. What does that mean a specific term with a specific definition that is agreed upon by specific people we gave the example of

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the phone right has specific terms. Give me a name of this device.

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iPhone

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And what else is called a mobile handheld? cell phone cellular, right? They're all muscala

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terminologies In other words, if you have to define what is most relevant Hadith in one word, terminologies, right? That is what masala Hadith is, terminologies that have specific meanings, first when you hear so here, because you've understand that that term expresses a concept. So when you hear cellular, when you hear that one term and expresses a whole concept, you know what a person is talking about. When you hear life, it expresses the concept of the studied. When you hear the word barrio Muslim, you understand the content as opposed to more technical analysis. So that's what the science is about terminologies, how they derived such terminologies we said it's based on Quran

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and Sunnah and just come and make them up. We gave the ayah right from the Quran. So 200 India. Yeah, you have Latina Amano injera confessor from beneva imperturbable. When you receive news, verify, right, verify it when it comes from an evildoer. Don't just accept it. So that's giving us a hide like a rule. The news has to be verified, especially when it comes from a festival. Not so let's get it put it on Facebook. Let's share immediately. It's hot news, gossip. In our they call it hot gossip, because it leads to hot Hill fire. That's why. So this has many names as we said and among them fitna, fitna okay and then we also gave the example of this what is called laptop another

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name for PC notebook. All right, is processor all those almost all I had, and then we related it to Islam, what was the most Allah we gave us? We said Sala, when you hear the word Sala, you understand what is intended by when you hear the word cm, you understand the concept, right? If I said, Alright, so yam or song you understand exactly what the intent is. But by definition, wallacea the scholar said, lm sec, dot min todo el fecha de la hora Bishop's Mani the taboo la tala. That's the definition of cm so imagine every time the scholar wanted to get across that concept he wrote those six points six lines right. Whenever you wanted to ask someone you fasting, you asked him Yeah, Hey,

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hello, I'm sector alpha trattamento Alpha jury gurobi Shams man at the top of the letter, just as you saw him, right? He so we ended up by saying these muscala hat, the unima put them in place for two main reasons What are they?

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For ease of the second one? What was the first

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protection?

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Like the first example the story of how to negotiate with a man came the bold innovator that he was, and he wanted to fabricate and lie against the Messenger of Allah that Allah met come and protect this Deen. First those are the two main reasons although there are many more why we have such Muslim heart. While we have such terminologies, and thoughts, don't let people deceive you and say this word is not in the Quran while studying it.

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We can look at those misconceptions next week. more in detail inshallah. So based on that conclusion about the LM app, today's topic is entitled The virtue the importance of the scholars. In particular, we're going to look at the highlight of two great scholars in Islam. And they are

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a man I remember I met remember Buhari Ramadan Allahu Allah, Hema, amen. So the objectives of this lesson are as follows.

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The title, as we said,

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the importance of the scholars

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in that will include their virtues.

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Anyone need this definition? I will still have this is all online in the Student Services section. By the way, my notes all of them from week one.

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And then we're going to look at the highlights

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of two, great two great scholars of Hadith.

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And Imam Ahmed and Alba Hari.

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Buhari Rahim Allah was born 30 years after him approximately. And then after that you have any Muslim, so Panama. So an environment element Bukhari Muslim, just like a string of pills in history, right after each other. That was a golden age of Islam, and other Sahaba tabea own and afterwards. Then after that, when we moved away from the dean, we went downhill. You look at the history of Christianity and history of Islam we find something interesting when the Christians became more religious

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Why Salah with Allah?

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When the Christians improved in their Deen, they went down in the dunya. But when they neglected the deen, they went up in the dunya because it's falsehood. Right? So the more they're on falsehood, the more they went down into the garbage dump of history, but the Muslims, the more they got into there, then the more they went up in the dunya and then the more the Muslims neglected that then what happened to the dunya Rosa when done

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work for me. Interesting, interesting. So look at us we elected in

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June. That's why they are far ahead of us. And by the way, they take things from the Muslims anyway. And you learn this as you as we take some of these principles in the future, the importance of Allah.

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Once Musa alayhis salam, the great prophet of Allah, He stood up and he delivered a sermon in front of Israel. So one of the people asked him, yeah Moosa man, Allah Manas, Moosa, who is the most knowledgeable of people, what is musala? Said I'm saying,

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I said Anna myself thiotepa Hola. hota, Allah, Allah Delica is la mirada And may Allah,

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Allah admonished him, because he did not attribute that knowledge to him as well. So he told him yeah Moosa, there is a man at the junction of the two seas, who's more knowledgeable than you in some areas Who was it?

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It's actually pronounced alhadeff. Federal hot alhaja he's more knowledgeable than you in some areas than was the prophet or not.

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He was a prophet, according to the most correct opinion, although the school is different. Why? Because the things he did, right like killing that young man knowing what's going to happen in the future, how's he going to know unless he had revelation? The things he did in the case? He was a prophet, although this difference of opinion however, it seems most correct he was he was animal him he told him go to him so most Allison What did he say now this day he I'm getting away from a lot Why don't want to go he said I will not stop traveling until I meet another

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spawn in LA. Now named me some of the attributes of masala Sallam he was as we said, I profitable is what else

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he was trustworthy. What else was the aerosol show was was he collembola show was he received revelation from Allah show did was he from oral Azmi show was so look at all these virtues right? Rasulullah Nabeel La La Mola is receiving ye from Allah, does he need to go seek knowledge from another man? He doesn't? Why is he doing that? To teach us the importance of learning under the Halima. That's what he's teaching us.

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Despite all of these virtues, and by the way, on top of that, the superpower of the time for our was destroyed Eddie's hands, and he was the share of the time. He was the legislator of the shadow of the time. But despite that, he travels distant lands to learn at the feet of a scholar. And then when he gets there, what does he say? Hey, do you know I am Dino, I am happy. I am Moosa even recognize Eva, let me tell you what you need to teach me know what does he ask him? He says, Hello.

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May I fully or not? I'm going to follow you. You have to teach me otherwise, I'm not against you. May I for Look at his humbleness, my brothers. That's what knowledge should do. Knowledge should humble you. Humble you. The scholars gave the parable of the one who gains knowledge, like the parable of the fruit bearing tree, you know, when a branch bears fruit, what happens to the branch?

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lowers why, due to the weight of the fruit, does it likewise you as you gain weight, not in the belly of the mind, right? As you gain knowledge. Likewise, it should lower you to the ground, humble you. Unfortunately for many, the more knowledge they get, the more arrogant they become no heavy

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knowledge of a lot, especially when it enters the heart. It should soften the heart not harden the heart. But why is it there? Many people when they learn either and should enter hate? They want to make the clear on everyone. And no one can enter into this fold of Islam or what they think unless it suits them and has or their ideology or what they think. No, rather, the prophets of last Elam wasn't like that at all. Rather when people came to him, and they asked him for hidden the other soul. I've committed this major sin or I've done this or I've done that he gave excuses for them. He gave excuses. Looking giving people the excuses benefit of the doubt. Not like today. We don't give

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people benefit that we're looking instead of never had it give your brother 70 excuses. Well, that's a weak hand if the meaning is correct. People now they're looking now 70 reasons to blame not 70 reasons to give them an excuse. The opposite. When other properly sort of Sam wasn't like that. Rather we know everyone is born on Islam kulu malu the new ludwell fitrah

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until of course there's the parents they change them to Christian and do that's different. Right But as you can see the way of the prophets, Allah celemony didn't go around in the streets of Mecca and Medina, making toxic texture and everyone

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gaffer gaffer gay Muslim. Kaffir Kapha right, walking in the streets, as some people make the Dow of today especially in UK, you have to make food 20 times a day. Unless, if you don't do that you're not a Muslim anymore. If you don't make food 20 times a day anonymously. That's very much the Dow now what's this restaurant our professor salad never did. Never did that. Not only did Abraham Ellison do that. So we follow Millett Abraham, great. But a primary celeb. Yeah, California become as different as opposed to Nuka Pharaoh come right in Arabic is different between Guevara and cafaro cafaro stockfeed was cafaro kavarna. We disbelieve in you, as opposed to making tech fear on

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everyone. Big difference. So that is the difference between the prophets, Tao and many of the Darwin of a selfie that we see today.

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So that is the virtue of knowledge upon Allah. And as we said, it should humble you and Allah gave the parable of arrogance like that of smoke smoke puffs up by reality it's weightless little value, right? No value at all. Do you find people want to grab smoker put in my pocket? No. Any it puffs up what one has arrogance he pumps himself up that's where the word gibberish came from. Okay, but his arrogance came from Kebede. It makes sense. You have big moralities small. And they said the humble one is like that the reflection of stars on water. You look at the lake, on a you know full moon night and you see the reflection of the stars. You see him down there but we're all a reality up

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there in the sky. So likewise, the humble one. You look at him You think he's lonely, but he's not lonely, his high above everyone else.

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ask Allah to grant us beneficial knowledge and make us humble. Amen.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in Allura lemma what a subtle ambia the scholars are the inheritors of the prophets coming after total

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wailuku Salah

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the prophets don't leave behind money, wealth, mansions, castles and clothing to be inherited. What are they leaving behind?

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knowledge? In other words, my brothers and this should be written in gold. Whoever wants to drink from the fountain of prophethood let them seek knowledge.

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You want to drink from the fountain of property just like the brother most of us drinking water right now. Then you need to seek knowledge like what you're doing now. Lazarus did bless you Oh.

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Now even though I am gave some beautiful comments on this Hadith, he said who usually inherits from another person.

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Children family are sent Why?

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They're the closest and most deserving. Right? closest and most deserving. Now your neighbors close to you, but they're not most deserving. So remember those two categories? who inherits from who? closest,

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most deserving? So who inherited from the prophets, closest to the prophets, most deserving of the prophets knowledge, the scholars panel a beautiful commentary by are you?

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Sure so every time gave commentary of this hadith or Hadith?

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Correct. The scholars are the inheritors of the prophets. Okay, that's as we said, The topic for today is about our lemma. The scholars are the inheritors of the prophets. So he said who usually inherits from her people who are most closest and most deserving. So the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the scholars are the inheritors of the prophet to show you the scholars or who most closest to the prophets, most deserving of the prophets. You will look at people today who are the closest to the prophets, and most deserving of the knowledge just slips over the scholars panel. And that Hadith in of itself just summarizes a whole list and we can close the books

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right now and go home and sleep tight.

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Honestly, we don't need to go on. But these are extra quotes you may want to use in your doorway and teaching others that I found extremely important and beneficial. In fact, I found them so nice. I had to include them in this lesson.

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A chef I said now to further add to the roadmap. He said in mucuna La Jolla la luna Alia La Falaise in LA when he said if the scholars are not the only of Allah and Allah has not only other words, I don't know who is he saying the scholars are the only of a loss if you want to be a wedding, then signal is try to aim for scholarship.

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And Sophia Ebner arena

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and these will all be online as I said if you wish to have them

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Sophia named Marina said alpha NASA and the law human dilepton men Ghana beta La Habana Eva de omo Russell wonderful Emma. So those who have the highest station before Allah whom those who come between Allah and the slaves who comes between the land slaves, scholars, and the messengers, because they take people to Allah, right? They teach them they educate them, give them fatawa correct them is the highest station before Allah, those who come between Allah and His slaves. That was a beautiful statement by it was a Sofia, even arena, Sofia urban arena. So Fiona thought it was another great scholar, which we're going to look at interfere from the turbine.

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And above that, that said something beautiful

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about that. He was

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one of the

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Sahaba correct.

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out there that said something beautiful. He gave you a three step process for life. Number one, otro bulan seek knowledge. He says, fine, I just don't for him. If you can't do that love its people fail them to fail them to help boom fella who you know can love them. Don't hate them. Don't be a hater. Right? So first he said seek knowledge.

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If you can't seek knowledge, what can you do?

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love her.

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It's people, right? That means they're LMR Mashiach students of knowledge. Now if you're not going to love its people, at least don't hate them.

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Gonna Say I'm gonna love I'm a fighter. Right? Well, if you're not going to be a lover, don't fight them. Right? Don't hate him. Then if you can't love them, then

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don't hate on them.

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Beautiful that was a nice three step process. Why would they do that? Allah Allah him. And remember chef, I also said,

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whenever I look to a man who's a companion of the sooner he and he saw his persona, he's inherent of the idea. He's trying to implement the Hadith. He said, it's as if I've seen Rasulullah

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when I look to a man to a man who's adhering to the sooner it's as if I've so I've seen the Prophet. You know, when you look at a person imitating one of the kuffar, you see a man in the street wearing David Beckham shirt and his hair like a cockatoo painted pink. Does if you just saw David Beckham right. When you see him, he reminds you that's what he's saying. He reminds me of Rasulullah on Australian Idol, this little kid goes on, dressed like Michael Jackson with the hat white glove, but like a little shirt on, he's dancing on stage. When you see him imitating Michael Jackson, is if you saw Michael Jackson, they sing when I see a man adhering to the sooner as if I've seen the role

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model of the sooner Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of the world more serene.

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And even a bit Olive said, Mahabharata lovella. Dino New Delhi will be I Li said, loving the scholars is a Deen its religion. He said, it's a Deen you Dan will be here. That's where the word Dean came from, from Ghana. It's a lifestyle that is adopted. Because we know Islam is not just a religion. It's a lifestyle way of life. Is it? This is your lifestyle, your deen the roadmap.

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And now, let's look at these two great scholars. And remember illimitable Bukhari so we're done looking at the importance of the LMS and the virtues sha Allah that's

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and he stressed upon us for these two great scholars of Hadith. Why these two as I said, because they were the scholars of Hadith, among many others, and among the most prominent,

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as we said, because they lived so close apart. Allah Buhari was born, how many is after 30 years, acid 30 years.

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Come in

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for the coming brother. So Allah Buhari said, Al Bukhari said, I saw Allah Mohammed one day running in the streets of Baghdad holding his shoes. What was he holding your shoes, because the shoes back then the way they were designed, they'll probably slow you down if you try to run with him, right? Like sandals, songs. I saw him in the streets of Baghdad running with his shoes. Where's he going? He lied, and today, he's going to catch the next halaqa the next gathering of knowledge panel. Remember he was running. It's probably Olden ages that they at that time, but he's still doing that.

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Hello, I'm not running to cast the next movie. I can't miss the trailers in the beginning. I can't miss it all over. Come have to catch the next pizza right with the boys. Otherwise, okay, I'll be heading on me or not.

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next appointment to go look for a wife, Nana. And my mom is running the kitchen is Hello doesn't want to be late. doesn't want to be late.

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And just to show you Jani, how important the amount of the past saw seeking knowledge. Another great school have had you tell him No way. He would attend 12 halaqaat. Not monthly, not weekly. Daily. 12 halaqaat daily. In a we do three halaqaat right Monday nights here. Three halaqaat. The brother the brothers at the end of it. Go back to Baku break and shake

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us to watch, please. But 12 halaqaat daily. You know when the sisters do on Tuesdays or Wednesdays they do five at the end of it also they finished. For the look just do another five right to stay for another five or double. No way. And then another two for good measure just in case. Forget it. You don't have a single sister left the next week after. Right? It's difficult. He'll do 1200 a day. And those halaqaat happy we weren't like the halaqaat of today. Just pump up lectures they were helped me.

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I mean some of the LMS said if you haven't memorized the whole crowd when you come to my lesson, have you been going? No way? Well, like many of the element when they were starting off if they didn't learn the whole foot and before coming, they weren't allowed in halaqa VIP, in fact a simple way the great linguistic scholar of the past a civil wait all right the father of the Arabic language. When he first started to learn Arabic he didn't know anything in fact he kicked him out. It goes Gulen Arabic already You don't know anything. All right, coming to to learn Arabic. There's no need to be on this level, right high level before you come to me. And then he went and he

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mastered and he came back. He showed his former shape how it's done. But he became the the father of the Arabic language a civil way.

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So that's Allah Mohammed. And before we move on to Al Bukhari, a few more things about him.

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When Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, he passed away the need to move his books. When you pass away, people let him move your stuff, your furniture, etc.

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He had so many books, my brothers that he had memorized, they needed 16 large camels to move them on.

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16 large camels Okay, abyad is a large camel. And to make that equivalent and relevant today, that camel pretty much what you can put on it. Like what you can load up a ute. And today's you ciera holux right 16 of those two movies books in which he gets what memorize them all. He memorized every single Hadees he said hafeez to elf elf had Ethan I memorized 1000 1000 a hadith meaning a million and a half million back then.

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That number sounds like okay, so he said I memorized as Al Hadith 1000 by 1000 1 million a hadith that Allah Mohammed

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whenever he wanted to revise, let's call the sun Yeah, Bonita what can we say? I can smack you some more luck coming get me some milk do my dirty work. do my laundry. You guys can let's revise. He's getting his son in on the act practical parenting just what we took with Ibrahim Ali Salim when you want to slaughter a son, what did you say? In our film anatomy and

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also in my dream that I'm sacrificing you funboard Amanda Tara, what do you think? Now Ibraheem alehissalaam is nmbu lotto soudal la la la la doesn't need his son's advice. What was he doing it?

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Get his son involved? Oh Father, the parent get your kids involved? Do you can develop very important practical parenting before your kids see before your kids hear your advice they will see your example

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Baba does I'm going to do as well monkey see monkey do right so Alabama what causes Sonia Bonita he said see all of these books as we said 16 likes you know your worth right? See all these books he said pick up any book, open it up to any page and mention the chain of narration and I'll tell you the Hadith

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as difficult as difficult imagine a chain of very some of them are very long. Right? And remember chef very okay as a chef are narrated from

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NAFTA, generated from abnormal noted from the prophet SAW Selim, right. That's just for name, but some are longer. He didn't mention the chain and I'll tell you the Hadith says oh, I mentioned the Hadith and I'll tell you the chain I'm looking

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alone.

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For fanola

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Alba harinam al Bukhari just to give you a glimpse into the realm of Hadith before we take Hadith, so I can motivate you, right? You get them doing this. And in the beginning intentionally, in fact, I was even thinking next week, maybe we'll go into al Bukhari even more, even more, if you wish I was going to save it to the end, where we actually take the conditions of elbow horiba I'm not sure actually what I was going to do that next week. Or towards the end. I don't know him.

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I remember Buhari, the great muhaddith was a non Arab.

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He was a non Arab. Look what he accomplished in Arabic.

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If you're non Arab, don't think Carlos is too late. I can't learn No, never too late. You're gonna have to be great to start. But you have to start to be great. You got to start somewhere.

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And Buhari wasn't on Arab alima Muslim was an Arab, Alabama Buddha was a non Arab. And remember, Timothy wasn't an Arab. These four great scholars of Hadith were non Arabs, look what they achieved in Arabic. And when we say non Arab, we mean by the original nationality, right, their birthplace etc. And of course, once you speak Arabic, you are considered Are you considered to be one of them?

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So yeah, when we say non Arab mean nationality,

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or is it?

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Of Yeah, I don't know. Aloma, Stan, whoever doesn't accept him is either an ignorant, deviant, or a lusty? I don't know, third category. And whoever doesn't, is he doesn't know who he is. or his dog modell. davian or he's miscarried himself. One of the three. Honestly, I can't think of a Academy. Can you think of another category, we gave him the excuse of ignorance, he probably doesn't know. So you don't want to put everyone in the same basket.

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So if he doesn't know then he's excusing Sharla with a lot. But if he doesn't know who he is, and he still doesn't take from him, he or she, I love the category. The other category

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are Buhari just to give you an idea of his intelligence, this man was gifted. He was gifted he had these color match from alasa budget. And honestly, I don't know if some of them have said this. No one has been gifted with a mind like Al Bukhari after his time, after he's done not before. Of course, before you have the Prophet. After his time, show me anywhere in history. Show me. Can anyone bring me any name? And just to illustrate this, I mentioned a few stories. One day he was sitting seeking out with his wife and his fellow students, and his students were complaining about him. Right? I think it was even right. I was teasing him You don't even right. Why are you here?

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Have you been wasting your time get out he non Arab as well get out of economy speak Arabic properly, right, though? Although he could turn away. Ignore him, right. haters are gonna hate call us ignore them, as many of them did. She fasted from talking, she kept on walking. Next day, I said, Look, he's still not writing, why wasting your time go. Third day, fourth day, they kept complaining. Then finally, in the 16th day, I told the chef are you and your chef. You're telling us to write so much and you're adamant and strict. But Mohammed, the businessman, that was his name, Muhammad Yunus made his writing a simple thing. Now he's gonna speak up, you want to talk me in

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colors.

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He said tomorrow, bring all of your notes, all of your work all of your books they brought so they got everything. They wrote everything he began to write every single day for the past 16 lessons is I wasn't writing because I was memorizing it all. But just sitting there memorizing memorizing memorizing every single Hadith with his train of narration, now ask you about a lot. 16 lessons number 16. Listen to what I said. Actually, 16 minutes ago, 16 minutes ago, the beginning of the lesson. What did I start off by saying? That was al Bukhari.

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He was a young boy, yes, he was still seeking knowledge, young boy. He even corrected the shape one day when he was 10 years old. 10 years old. He shook says what? You were a little kid. He checked the alcohol. He was correct. He was shocked. They were shocked. When he corrected him. He said no, it's impossible. That generation couldn't have happened like that. These two men did not live in the same time, just off top of his head. So what do you know? So I think you will check it out.

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Alcohol, a little kid on a lot. Everyone makes mistakes, but he corrected his own chef. One day because this is the Hadith of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam, it gets better. One day. He was sitting down he narrates he said one day I was sitting down. And I was contemplating what wonder would have happened if I marry that girl. Or, you know, what am I going to have for dessert later on? He was contemplating the companions of Anissa Malik is that I was thinking about who his companions I came up with 300 names one hour. Give me three. He got 300 300 names of NSF. No man, he went through his own personal library right. Went through the training ration on non navigable 300

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It gets better. He said, I had 1000

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he said I had 1000 teachers. At best, we probably had two or three shows about 900 adversity and above soccer and they're all from the same college. I had

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1000 he said from ha, I took 10,000 durations

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10,000 for me

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10,000 per beam to 10,000. Ah, the total is 10 million durations. 10 million more others, he memorized them all with a change in ratio.

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Now why no Buhari is only around 7000 Plus, because he that was the cream of the crop. That was the cream of the crop. So in those 10 million, of course included weak, authentic, fabricated, and you memorize them why to protect these them, so you don't take from them. Right. So

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alcohol is the cream of the crop cream of the crop that has

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the utmost strictest conditions when it came to the rating them. For example, why was his above Muslim we can look at the conditions they both stipulated later on. But just one example was Yes, I think I'm Muslim In short, or the Raiders they lived in the same era and time. But I remember Buhari went a step further. They didn't just leave in the same time. He had to have established that the narrator's met each other. He proved that these two narrators who then read from had to meet each other on a sub panel, it just shows you the status of Al Bukhari Rahmatullahi Allah Hema szczepanik alohomora shadow Allah Allah Allah and Mr. Furukawa tubulin