Hadeeth – Transmission of Hadeeth

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. While early he will be a woman within today, inshallah, we're going to look at these three objective objectives. Number one, we're going to look at the top 12 narrators of a hadith from amongst the companions.

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Then we're going to look at what is called to hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. Al, how, in particular, which Hadith, how Hadith was transmitted to us. So we're going to look at the various ways, how the settlers became authorities, and how they passed on their knowledge and transmitted it to the future generations. And then we're going to look at the tools and terms used for Heidi's transmission. Sometimes you hear on iv hurayrah, or semi to mean ebihara or Hadassah, Abu hurayrah, right. It's up to you different ways of transmitting. These are the causes, edit the code tools, or most of the heart of the homeowner. So let's start with the top 12 numbers of Hadith. And that is of course, a

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continuation from where we left last week. We said ahaadeeth can either be headed to nabawi, which is from the prophet SAW Selim into Hadith or narration directly connected to him, Ali salatu salam, and then we said or it could be hard ethoxy which is from Allah, how is it from Allah in meaning only?

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Meaning and words? Exactly meaning and wording is from Allah azza wa jal, the prophet narrates on behalf of Allah x. And then we said, what type of narration I thought good and that could that's from or connected to the Sahaba or

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the Tiburon or the one after them, good generation after them. Excellent. And then we said, another category cover which is either

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perfect either we said harbor is a combination of effort, or

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never, we never we Excellent. So the harbor is a combination of Ethel and hadiza neverwet. Beautiful. So because it's connected to the Sahaba we're going to look at the top 12. NARRATION narrators of the Sahaba themselves. Who was number one you think

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I mentioned him

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karate alone.

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Number one, Abu hurayrah you're going to see we're going to put the number of teeth actually only transmitted.

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But he was number one, he more than doubled second place. Amazing, amazing men aboard railroad Delano. Now just because it's number one in Hades generation, it doesn't mean he was the greatest companion. We know that who was the best obok Rolando and then

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Amara and then

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man and then Ali ilahi.

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So just because Abra is number one in Hadith narration It doesn't mean he was the best no rather we know our Baccarat john, who was the best. He's the first man to enter into Islam. He was the first halifa of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, in other words, the Sahaba chose him but he also is the first man to enter gender after the prophets and if his email was placed at one scale and the amount of the almost waist another his way. So we see the virtue so of workload and we had of course more Emmanuel Docomo, floss, etc. So he had deeper knowledge, although abre may have possessed more in terms of the number of narrations more in terms of the number, however, deeper knowledge no doubt

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over corrodium umbrella, why did I already have so much knowledge no doubt because of the drought of the Prophet it sort of slump? And because you also underrated. He said, I used to follow the messenger of Allah on an empty stomach. Upon he's the sacrifice. Sometimes, oh, you know, I'm hungry. Should I get to listen or go grab a feed, he'll look up a feed catch up on the lesson. Next time. Many of us are like that. You know, whenever we get busy, the first thing to drop from the program is that Islamic course Islamic Listen, does whatever it may be. Now we shouldn't be like that. He said, I used to follow the messenger around everywhere, at least to some on an empty

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stomach. Have you have you heard of this study conducted recently. It's called fo mo fo mo stands for something. This is an acronym for

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fear of missing out. fear of missing out. This is especially particular and connected to social media. And this has become a disease amongst many people. They're so addicted to have this fear of missing out they're always on their gadgets. fear of missing out the latest news feed or the latest post or tweet or photo on Instagram or WhatsApp message this fear of missing out syndrome is social media can really can really affect you your Eman, your taqwa your knowledge, but also your relationships. I've seen will lie I've seen I went took the wife and kids Tina to a restaurant on the weekend and I saw a couple sitting facing each other but they're not talking. They're not

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communicating. They're communicating to their phones.

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That's a disaster. And have you got a romantic dinner date with your wife? And you're looking at your phone? What's this? What's this? You find this happens in gatherings today, people are sitting down on their phones.

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Now, we said this can be used in a good way how fear of missing out on knowledge, as I've already Boise's had the fear of missing out that syndrome was used in a positive fury missing on height. But things that can wait leave it let it wait. better, right. So this is unfortunately, we find sometimes when you go to gatherings, people are just on their phones, even kids. Now when I was a kid was to go to the park today, they're abandoned.

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This is a masiva, I will have to control it. And that's why I'd put for example, Facebook, on my phone. I actually don't have many apps on my phone, I'll leave that for the desktop at home, the football. Why so when I get home, I give it that time. It is scheduled time for everything while it goes to them. Time for knowledge, time for social media time for the wife taught for the kids. So that's how we should be we should only this time management is very important. In Islam. And Modi brothers, our phones today they've replaced almost everything they were replaced our alarm clocks, our watches, our calculators, our email.

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Our computers don't need to replace your family and friends. That's what they're turning into. They're replacing our friends, our family, our loved ones, no. So that fear of missing out syndrome. Let it be for hire not things that can wait. So I've already had that fear of missing out but fear of missing out on the ahadith which is why he was the first he was the first most prolific narrator of the Aladdin who was second.

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She was first remarks the women but she's not second.

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From amongst the top 12 she's not second. She's number

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four. I chose number four

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was second even

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if the law was the law, I'm gonna ignore how much it was mentioned about abnormal. He was among the most hilarious How would you translate how these

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diligent, diligent when it came to adhering to the Prophet sooner? So much so he used to unbutton his top? Sure. Why because the Prophet used to do that as well. So

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that's how much he loves. The Prophet needs to try and imitate him as much as possible. Then the prophets servant who is that?

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Well, him, the one who was gifted to the Prophet, and a Cebu Malik, he was the Prophet servant

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who gifted Ennis to the Prophet. His mother, almost lame. She was a wise woman. She knew this is a gift to her herself, first and foremost, then to Anna signo Malik, because he's going to receive personal one on one mentoring, not with the local tutor around the corner, local math English tutor. They'd love to get to come to your home, but rather, he would stay with the ultimate teacher Ultimate Guide, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Imagine that. So how much did he learn? He learned so much that he surpassed the great worker Mr. Hoffman and highly young kid. Thank you amazing and so nomadic. Now did the Prophet need a servant? No, he would serve himself early so to serve but as we

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said it was a gift. It was a gift. And first the proper artists were to some would accept gifts if they will highlight no problem. Fourth was as we said,

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A Chateau de la Anna. And she was of course first amongst the women and the female scholar of our Alma Wallach of cinema hymns love the shirt Mashallah it's beautiful to attend this event brothers it's gonna be special show

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you said earlier even our best Alhamdulillah if not us

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the Ocean of Knowledge when it came to the shear

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these are of course the top two of the Raiders when it comes to Hadith

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finisher of what's his name Jabba even

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Abdullah jabber even Abdullah

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now trying to memorize these if you can. Only 12 names not many people that can memorize Mashallah the 12th place where the favorite footy team of 11 plays for the favorite soccer team and the last half to memorize these bro you do bro? You do when it comes to favorite footy rugby taking my shoulder memorize everyone you memorize the reserves a substitute the whole squad, I think 25 players Is that right? 25? How do you know

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25 they remember they know the numbers. They know where they played last when they're going to transfer next year how much they work through the data do they go on a date, who they are dating? how long the socks are, how short they're shorter than everything. Why? Because I love them. Do we truly love the Sahaba we should learn about them. Once again.

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was asked Naima Sahaba they said Obama

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got mixed up with Obamacare and Mr. Ron Obama and wants to teach our kids these things. One kid said, What's his hobby? Well, I happens. It's a shame that raise our kids on these names, raise them. And if your kid has a name of a prophet, or a companion, get them to love it. Teach him about the companion about the Prophet. Get him to love that name. why you chose that name. It's important. That's important. I always remind my daughter about our shadow Diana. She was a scholar and she was a teacher. And now maybe she'll be like that one day. We have to encourage our kids. David Abdullah

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here's the name of Apple.

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Apple cider Quadri.

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And then eight scholar of the CRAN second off the bat.

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And then Abdullah

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10 Alpha rock

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11 he was one of the qualifiers?

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he was just after Amara.

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And then 12 Abu Musa, Allah Shari.

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So now I'll give you the actual number of a hadith that they generated.

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This is from a sort of Hadith by Dr. Abu Amina Bella. Very, very good book. Very good for English. One of the best if not the best, but very good.

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Abu hurayrah the rated 5374 a hadith even amor 2631 a difference between first and second place. You find the rest, they're very close. But Abu hurayrah just shot above the rest, as we said, fo mo syndrome fear of missing out, but on goodness, not on bloodless Facebook tweet or post or whatever was a big deal he he actually doubled him, doubled to panda.

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And then ns of numeric was 2286 2210

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if not best 1660 Jabir ibn Abdullah was 1540 Ambleside Madre 1170

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ignoramus road 748,

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you may think widen the road was considerably less than Episode 100 was the item on the list. One of the reasons we love Ireland was that none of the students wrote none of the students wrote, and sometimes you have a scholar who's extremely knowledgeable, but what happens? Laura Philco, Kalamazoo, the telomeres, the students lose this, they don't pass it on, or whatever the case may be. A lot of toddler alum knows why. But sometimes it's the students and that's what we find even today. Sometimes a shave is very knowledgeable, but it's not popular. Why is students that put his lectures on YouTube, maybe the chef doesn't want on YouTube, like Shahabuddin, very knowledgeable

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but it doesn't want to stuff online, where sometimes you find other people not as knowledgeable as the machine, but they're very popular and you find this newest, sometimes you find it's the fanboys who are promoting that person, even if their knowledge is very limited. We find this in the West especially in the West especially or if a person very eloquent in this speech. And unfortunately sometimes the deviants are promoted so much especially in America and the UK. Now sometimes you find these these brothers malar wood them for the efforts but at the same time the what they teaching is wrong. You know one goes could move the convention will move to such and such. It's called Mufti not

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even shave Mufti hire Mufti from UT who gives fatawa Mufti so and so and if you look at him, like he's going to a nightclub or something and the way he sits in the masjid holding the most half and the way he's dressed and his hair and the way he does his bathing shaves, and he actually, shaving is one thing, but then when you justify using a hadith is another as a brother who may say, but he admits I should grow. But then he actually has lectures on he's basically trying to defend the stance, why shave and uses a hadith. And a person who is ignorant will be fooled by that. And it should be one thing it's actually Mufti Abu layth has to be warned against because the stuff he

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teaches you'll take a principle protected principle and the principles right like for example, aluminum

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stylism and wardrobe generally speaking and I'm a command in Islam indicates it's worship and would you say we'll take that principle and say yeah the Prophet alayhi salatu salam gave us the command of growing the beard he said artful Bella, but this was not where do you write or Who are you to say something Were you the one who can differentiate is the scholar The one who takes the a hadith and he of course derives rulings based on a certain understanding who you to say something so things like that he falls the people Another one is in the West in America. He basically he does videos were getting a haircut and he's pulling duck faces and yeah, anyways lady shades and even the

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brothers are running don't wiring lady shades. And of course his fan boy is actually not fat and girls are smashing the people we're trying to give them naziha Now we should give them a hug. Yeah, it happens you say this? Right so sometimes the students that do it I don't know him Let's continue. Abdullah even um, in the last

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700 narrations I'm on episode

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And Alia was one behind 536

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as we said the shower like it but who cares?

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Even a shear he came to

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today at home, sir, at the Islamic Awareness Week and he wanted to debate with the sisters. Why Schering niqab? Why is her niqab, your problem?

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Honestly, and in a Muslim coming to debate with the sisters.

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And I didn't know this until after I left if I knew that I would have given him an evil. In a sense, the oppression. The niqab doesn't oppress our sisters. It's your ignorance. Honestly, people like that, that even then even the time and date. Yeah, shooters coming up. We'll talk about that later.

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So those are the top two of narrators amongst the Sahaba.

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Now let's look at how much and

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how the knowledge was transmitted and passed down to the students and those who became authorities in Hades, then you will need what's on the board?

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If you do let me know. Otherwise, if you need to copy something up,

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we can go over it.

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so let's look at the hamlet and main means knowledge, but he is referring to Hades, how was the Hadith transmitted?

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There are many ways

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I'm only going to mention the most common number one, a semer. What's that mean? To listen who would listen? The students, the students. So here we're talking about not just as a hobby all the time, but the scholars the way they will transmit the Hadith, the way they will pass it down. First and foremost, among the most common and this was considered in the first generation, the most popular and best method of transmitting Hadith, a seminar which is the students sit there and listen. Okay, from semia to listen literally.

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Yeah, that will listen write it down, sometimes memorize Yes, but the point is, this teacher will be reading that's the point the teacher will be reading some out.

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This was considered the most popular and best method in the first century where students

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listen primarily.

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And there's various types sometimes the Ruby question answer sometimes the teacher will read and, and there's various types, but we're not going to get into every single one. But this was where the students listen as we said, and considered the most popular. However, later on primarily second century onwards, another method was adopted and this became the predominant method and most popular and will lm many of our LMS This is the best and that is an era or allowed is two names for an era and allowed What can I read an old

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accent to present that's why the mallet is the exhibition where things are presented yoma eden to reduce total healthcare losses on that day Yeoman kiama Torridon you'll be presented you'll be displayed you and your deeds, so out in Arabic out and our job is to present something. In other words, the student will present the knowledge they'll demonstrate their knowledge via via reading

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with fine not Elif not out if it's out of this earth out, I

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sent out though say Allah hammer hammer or sadhana folk on Elif Hamza, out and Yo man loud on the day of will be presented this.

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So here's where the students read

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the students read.

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So the first example students listen to the shape and write it down.

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or number two, the clearer, or the outward, the students read to the shapes. This was considered very popular from second century onwards.

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Why? Because you're killing two birds, one stone, you're demonstrating your ability, and the teacher is also hearing you and he's correcting you. Whereas if the students just listened in the first example, then how does the teacher know that he's actually going to say the Hadith correctly. So that became popular, and this is very popular today, even in Egypt. He chooses, and he adopts this opinion. And I think this is very strong method of transmitting knowledge, where the students actually read, read, because then you're actually demonstrating to the teacher, Look, I know how to read it, and I've set it correctly, and I've pronounced the ahaadeeth correctly. Thus, they can go

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and teach others. As for students listening part one, which one will add this as a side point, that sometimes the students will listen and one student will be selected to write one who the most knowledgeable and quickest, the one who can write the quickest, and the other students will gather? And they'll all be looking at his work? Why?

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Check for mistakes. So that was a very popular method as well, for the seminar, sometimes called SMR on mobile shield, mobile should from literally, straightaway live yes, sometimes called Danny mobile should live on radio or TV live, and

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I came from your bachelor, and Bachelor your bachelor was to touch. So it's actually in person live? It's happening right now.

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Third Way ijazah.

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I'm sure you've all heard of this before. Now, what does it mean? It came from your Jews? What's your Jews in Arabic men

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allow permissible. For us. It's the permissibility you're not allowed to transmit a hadith you've become an authority, or you've got a license to teach, in other words, permissibility and permission

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to teach.

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Now, sometimes you find while I'm not going to mention a fourth, and that is Mona Willa, Mona Willa, which is basically they've been granted books. But that's a form of ijazah where basically, you've got the ages in this book, he got go a teacher, you've been granted a book, granted a book. But reality it falls under ijazah. We find in books like also Hadith will be a separate category. However, it's the same now. He does, as we said, comes from your Jews permissibility, the student now he is being granted a license or he has permission to teach others. And there's various types. Sometimes it'll be

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specific book

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to a specific student. So be specific to specific. Sp for brief, a specific book, granted to a specific student. Let's just say we talk so Hey, hello, Buhari. Oh, another by nowhere. It's a specific book, I'll say a few for ad. This is now you have ages in it because you sat with me from the beginning to the end, specific book given to a specific student. That's one example.

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Secondly, it'll be specific book

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to non specific students.

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specific book, we all took Sahil Buhari, for example, in this class, and also I'll give you all ages in it. I didn't give either I mentioned a specific student did I I just said all of you, all of you. And of course that's weaker, because you don't know who's understood who hasn't. who attended from day one who didn't. So as you can see, it's a week for

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nonspecific he didn't specify students. So I'll say look, we all did Buhari here and I'll give you all ages in and then there's of course non specific book to specific student. Non specific, so I'll say, okay, Mohammed Auggie jazza in everything I taught in my life.

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I'll give you a jazza Okay, forehead in everything we've done from the beginning of the year or the specify a book. So nonspecific

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book, but to a specific student as the third.

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And we'll be the fourth of course,

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have I guess, narrowed it down? Non specific book to non specific student. So all you brothers here everyone in the master the miaa are giving me jazz and everything I've taught. And

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of course, that will be the weakest. We'll be doing any final unfortunately, at the sir, who believes that you find people very lacks today, when it comes to jazz. In fact, some of the LMR criticize these forms. Some of the automatic responses from of course not number one is the strongest.

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But today you find people there's a very relaxed attitude, this is not good. Some of them are considered the jazz or only for the Quran. That's how strict they were. This is not forget a desert in books of Hadith, only some of them were really hard. In fact, my shift is of that opinion. Although he does give he does that, but and under strict conditions. And he told me he shared once he just did, no but to figure out which is for him to huddle as Kalani. He just did that book and he said, I'll give you a jazz and all the books of women hazard

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so it shows you sometimes easier to sell when it comes to this. Now of course my share he can read and understand but he just that's not the way to do it, Danny to go about things

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and what kind of mentality Are you producing for the future generations. So

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Annie Allah Mohammed, yak and Taka lumpy masala lei Salah cafe Mmm, those speak about something unless you have an amendment. Now we're just talking about that being being an authority we're not talking about down here. If you learn something, you can give power you have permission from the profile is to sell Amazon to he said belly Ronnie went away, no problem. He said preach and reach about me even if it's one hour Hadith. Tao is one thing. But sitting down being an authority teaching other people like with many deep books, and that's different. We're talking about here. This topic here today is transmission of Hadith. None of us were not like transmission, transmitting

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a hadith. We've got all the books here for us, you know, but Tao is one thing and what we're talking about here is another

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number four, as we said sometimes whenever Allah is separate, but whenever Allah is being granted a book and that's that falls under age as we get a specific book, five

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keytab or four sorry,

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for PETA,

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the word keytab came from

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ketubah, which means to write. So basically books, right to write books get ABA, the what the will do is if a student couldn't attend the Holocaust, and get a simile mubasher or he couldn't read on the ship, it didn't get a jazza then the shave will write a book and he'll send it. So he will actually receive that book. Right not via Australia Post back then, but by other means, of course, they will deliver them on writers and so forth. So he received that book and he will study like that. And that was basically like correspondence learning what we have today.

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And there are others but will mentioned the last one number five, most common. We gather, sometimes called weather.

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We generate the weather.

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What does that mean? The foreign something I said, and I lost my keys and I wanted to have I found them. So what do you do is to find what will happen for example, let's just say a book from one of their LMR was lost 400 years, 200 years. And then someone in the future finds it. He can't claim it for himself. He does I got I learned from my shave. I've got an agenda in a no, it was last for a few 100 years. He found it basically. And he has to announce it earlier than some of the random output as a separate category. He announced it look this book I discovered it so basically you could say discovery of books. That's what it's been translated to.

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Discovery of books what he found them.

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So a person who didn't do that, or he didn't learn from a shirt and he just puts and compiles a hadith we transmit them back then he was called servqual Hadith, the Hadith thief.

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I know very strict back then, because after preserved the Hadith of the Prophet Allah sought to slip out today. And he couldn't even have it the Kalam any as they say coolamon. habla de is like every time they can hurry in Arabic. It's a hobby. Anyone can do it. But back then know if you found these books, you have to announce it. Tell the people you can't fool the young people and just think you're gonna have this. But today sometimes sometimes people of course

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I make things up. Okay. My chef Mike his kids his homeboy, my chef, well Buhari, he told me, meaning I've got a chain going back to him. I would even say shahana Jose Shahi my own trip. Buhari, Mohammed bin is my Yeah, we go back.

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Those are the methods of transmission of Hadees. So what about the terms and tools used when they would narrate that's what we're going to take now. And when

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we took five methods of transmitting Hadith, we're going to take five tools used for transmitting Hadith.

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Number one

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had definitely some times you hear Hadith had death in Abu huraira. Abu huraira had death in other words had desert in Arabic means to converse or to narrate. And now they're all kind of mean to conversion rate, but there's different masala hat that I used in the 80s had definitely

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had definite sometimes it'll be abbreviated center like that. That's an abbreviation. Hadassah, that's primarily used for method one that we took earlier. What was it? What was the first method we mentioned? sama sama had definite means the student heard directly from the shakes mouth. It's used for method one. So one useful one easy. Hat doesn't usually means let's just say elbow who later said had definite Rasulullah Elisa, meaning what he heard directly from the profile is lucilla. Or someone else the rights from Abby Herrera. Abu huraira right. In other words, he heard directly from Abu huraira method one

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second was to use when writing Hadith was a Barona.

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Marana came from Hubbard, and he's as we said, terms which are synonymous.

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Asana was used for which method easy. If one was useful, one two is useful to so if you heard of moderner it means

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how did you get that Hadith?

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reading he read on the shape. He read the shape heard, he read it, he presented a remark Ryan alty presented that knowledge to the shift. That's what it means. So battlenet was useful method two from the Hamilton had this which we just took

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three and banner once again from nabba which is another term used for news never sort of the number and banner

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that was used for

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method three for ages and Mona Willa

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banner is useful if that person the rating got a ijazah omona Willa

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for sometimes you read semia

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semi to me nama Rolando semia means to heat and that's connected to which method which domains the seminar seminar

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was useful primarily method one

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from cemap.

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method one

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and finally on and you read that a lot on on on Abby buck. And the final method, the final way down there and it was useful, old methods of transmitting Hadith. And

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yes, so if you heard an IP Harada, which he commonly read, and it can be any of those, any of the methods used. He either heard it directly, or he read it on a shave, or he presented that knowledge or he received the jaza it can refer to any of them and use for all methods

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of transmission of transmission of Hadith.

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This is what basically muscala heart is all about. So when you read these monster hearts, you understand exactly the knowledge and background behind this

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Welcome low hidden Allahu systematical. So panicle of Mohammed ignatia to Allah Ilana and Mr. felucca when I talk with him