What Is Fiqh

Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari


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Fick is actually a very important part of our DNA

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jurisprudence many of you may want all of you have heard of thick. It's part and parcel of our life assessment if indeed, there is no movement in our life without thick the laws, the rules the injunctions of Sharia, a human being man or woman cannot move without the laws and outcome of Sharia. It relates to every part of our life every part every second every moment of our life is connected to fifth and this fifth is the understanding of the Quran and Sunnah is not something which is besides the Quran and Sunnah. Fifth is the understanding of the Quran and Sunnah basically fake literally linguistically fake means to understand in Arabic you have phobia you have cold,

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which means to understand, and the one who has this understanding, well, actually in the Arabic language from the linguistic point of view, you have to type two sort of words for pizza, you have Coco and you have focu her your food, there's actually a difference. One is Fatiha, which means to have some sort of understanding, basic understanding every human being has this thing I have a basic understanding of whatever you know, they have understanding. So if somebody has has a basic understanding of something

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that is known as fapy, I have coho and the one who has that understanding is known as far back. And then there is another from the same root word you have. You have Google, which means someone who has a real deep understanding, and the one who has this deep understanding is known as floppy and floppy the jurist the plural is folk Aha, we've had fuqaha from the time where the first floppy was who was the first floppy

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so you don't folk Aha, a messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who better understood the Quran and his own statements and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was the first copy of his own mother who say you don't for kaha because fake basically means to go deep to understand, to understand the Quran and Sunnah is basically what filter is. So the messenger sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam was a first volley. But this is not for everyone. That's when we see the companions the Sahaba Radi Allahu Anhu. How many companions were the hundreds and 1000s of Sahaba. But from them as Imam even I am puts it between 120 to 150, fuqaha Sahaba. That's it. Nobody else out of the 1000s of

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Sahaba companions, how many, most of them and many of them were relating Hadith. They were relating Hadith they were doing they were relating Hadith narrators of Hadith, Abu Huraira. The Allahu Anhu was known as the most prolific narrator of Hadith. Many of them were relating Hadith, but when it came to understanding going deep into the aspects of the Hadith, whether there's how do you sort of reconcile between contradiction generations is this now such as this one, so, is this abrogating Hadith has this been abrogated? What is the deeper meaning of this? What is the literal meaning of this? What is the deeper meaning of this? How do you reconcile between different types of

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generations? How do you reconcile between some Hadith and Quran this is all to do with faith. So there will only be between 120 to 115. There's only 120 to 150 150 Sahaba, who are known to be the folk Aha, they were deriving laws they were extracting loads from the Quran and Sunnah.

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And the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the hadith of Muslim media and elsewhere, he mentioned the virtues of the FBI remember those who are not for kaha there's also virtues for those kinds of Sahaba companions as well as the later to have your own Hadith and the ones who are just narrating but specifically for the fuqaha the messengers of Allah Allah He was send them he said, No God Allah Who Imran sent me I'm in Hadith and for Hatfield, who are belaga who don't follow the harmony fit for him. The messenger said Allah Hardison. Use the word fit pin for Oba harmony phibian laser before pagan Allah illuminate the person meaning his face, his heart hola illuminate, this is

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a dua from the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam May Allah illuminate the man who heals a Hadith from me, and then he memorizes it, and then he

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relates it to somebody else. This actually is a Daraa for the narrator of Hadith, the one who just hears it and then relates it to somebody else. And then the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said furrow Bahama, the Philippine laser before, the one sometimes was relating is actually not of a thing. He just relates the Hadith. And in another reply, he said furrowed brow mobile love in our arm in summary, sometimes the one whom to whom he relates to Hadith to is more understanding of the Hadith itself. So there's many virtues there's a hadith as well, in Sahih al Bukhari, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, My you didn't know who he hired on you for Kofi Deen with

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whoever Allah intends good. Allah gives them him a deep understanding maturity level be higher on the photography D. So there's numerous numerous narrations and as I said, this is not for everybody because you

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is very specific. It really it requires a lot of intelligence, a lot of deep understanding. It requires a lot of effort as well, a lot of time. You know, not a lot of people have time. Fick is only for people who have time who can take our time seriously. Yes, if you've got a wife is going to complain that you can never be a footy with the brothers. Because you can't you need a wife who will sacrifice everything your day and night as the people who are involved in FIP. They have phone calls coming in at 11 o'clock. 12 o'clock, one o'clock, two o'clock. Sometimes you have to answer 100 200 questions per week. I'm not saying month 100 200 questions per week. Seriously. So this is not for

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everybody. This is very, sort of requires a lot of