Session 1 Authority of Hadith

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AI: Summary © The transcript discusses various context and uses of the title " Hadith" in the century before it was used. The speakers emphasize the importance of understanding the meaning behind " Hadith" and the use of " Hadith" in various context, including printing news reports and the printing of news reports. The transcript also touches on the concept of "has been" in various language and culture, and the use of "has been" in various context, including those who have experienced a change in their culture or are experiencing a change in their life. The segment also touches on the teaching of Islam and the use of "has been" in various context, including those who have experienced a change in their culture or are experiencing a change in their life.
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Salatu was Salam ala

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or your left wa

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salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Allah Tala and young Phillip Ruben and we prefer Anna say Tina necessarily who Belmond Nafion What is the worst?

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Well, Ali Hinata worker Why are you leave my seed with a holder with a quarter billion dollars allow them

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Allah masala barik ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed come so late to America live Rahim Allah Allah Allah.

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Praise be to Allah will begin always by praising him. We praise him seek his forgiveness, guidance and his mercy we ask Allah to forgive us to block out our sins. To give us useful knowledge means understanding

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and to give us wide sustenance on Allah, we utterly dependent and we, our goal is back to him.

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And there is no power of mind except that we send peace and praise on his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam.

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Ask Allah subhana wa Taala to purify our intentions, especially when embarking on things like this,

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that our knowledge that Allah subhanaw taala we pray gives us is highly Sun lovers you'll carry

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on purely the intention of seeking His, his face with normal face. In other words, seeking seeking His forgiveness, His mercy, His paradise, to be saved from the Hellfire to make us better Muslims. All of that should be our purpose in anything that we strive especially in learning in regards to Islamic sciences.

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in regards to Sheriff of

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Arbaeen and now we know we're we're talking about of course doing a deep analysis of the 14th at least the famous book of Imam a normal week 40 Hadith.

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I'm not for jumping straight into that. When we talk about before we come to talking about and going into detailed explanation of the Hadith and know what we need to know a little bit about what are what is

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a Hadith of course, in a language sense, has been used in the Quran and the Sunnah in many places in the Quran, Allah Subhana Allah mentions attack a hadith of Asha as a news come to you of the overwhelming event. Attack a hadith of Musa has information on us come to you about Musa

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phobia a hadith in Baghdad who you may know which Hadith will they believe in after this and this hadith, here referring to the Quran,

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asanas, Hadith, the Kitab the best of speech Bestival message is the book, meaning Allah Allah says in the Quran itself. So hadith is used in all those meanings as information news, Revelation, and using the message of the Quran, the same word hadith is use. So as message news information report, that's the idea that is used speech people have in conversation used in many saints of the prophesies. mentioned or even in the Quran, hot day a hobo Hadith thing, right? We have even lately until they change what they're talking about. So speech conversation, report news. All those are the meanings of Hadith in everyday sense. But that's not what we're talking about. That's the language

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to give us an idea of what have you means as from the Quran and Sunnah itself not from outside the chromosomes so that we understand

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what that is now.

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Then, of course,

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when we come to the

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idea of Hadith in a terminological set

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meaning within the Islamic framework and within the Islamic sciences. All our modern scholars define it in a set in a particular way.

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And if we look at Hadith, then

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it began to be used in the early very early days, the times of Sahaba, anti bein and those who came after them

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at the time of a sort of muscle as low as well, but not fixed with that terminology. And in fact, Hadith was interchangeable

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other after attendees in Arabic, have similar meanings anyway.

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So it was a case in early times as well, and these were interchangeable.

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And it referred to reports

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reports about the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, from his coal,

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his fair felt his career or a crore and Hadith also referred to a fourth element which was CIFA or SIFAT SIFAT on the beasts.

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So Hadith, when it was being being collected

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in regards to the scholars of of Hadith

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started out being into interchangeable with these and in fact, you could have Hadith about a Sahabi saying something or Tavi saying something. Yeah, but to clarify, later on, scholars began to limit the use of the word Hadith to mean specifically to Rasulullah sallallahu.

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Right, and they started using the terminology of Assam. If you say, if you hear the word specifically targeted towards a saying or doing yeah of Sahabi or tab E. So you say Astrid, Tabby or Sahabi.

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Fallen whatever his name is astronomic, the adverse effect of blood Nimbus owed, meaning it's their statement, okay? So it's differentiated.

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However, again, tends to be used interchangeably with Hadith.

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And in fact,

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some of the classical earlier works use the word hoppin instead of 30. So be aware that when that word is used, classical times, nowadays, people tend to stick to the word Hadith, that in early times, hover is interchangeable. So to how we for example, he when he writes about, about Hadith, and about the difficult Hadith, his works, he used to talk about.

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He doesn't use the word Hadith, but he's referring to the, the Hadith of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam.

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this terminology, you notice that all these terminologies can be used for the statement for the all the saints, the doings, the tacit approvals, and the descriptions or prophets. Awesome. That's what I said, when I said the voting, I didn't translate it I'm sorry. So sayings, doings,

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and his tacit approval, or he stayed quiet, something's happening means the approved of it, and his description.

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These terms can be used for all of those. Okay? Some people came and said, Oh, look, the ground is saying itself, rejecting her leaf,

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rejecting her leaf, and they use the IR, which I've just mentioned earlier on Febi, a ye Hadith im BA, who you may know,

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is so narrow minded and such a silly argument. They send the ground saying, which Hadith after this Quran? Are you going to then believe in?

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Meaning? Meaning they say that you shouldn't be believing any other Hadith except the Quran? This is stupid argument. Yeah. And it's been a rhetorical sense. Firstly, in a rhetorical sense. It's not really asking the question based rhetorical, that when you've got America like this, what else are you going to believe in? It's not saying that don't believe in anything else beyond that of science and knowledge and technology that we find we don't see how we reject it because it's got the ground.

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So it's not being used in that sense in the ground itself anyway, even if it was, well, instead of

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recalling Hadith at least we could call it Hubbard, then it will apply to the Quranic verse with it recently from our to it.

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We could have called it just us.

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But of course, the Sahaba Tabby, nearly scholars never understood that from the Quran, so they had no problem in calling it a hadith.

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You follow me following?

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So there are no problem because there's no contradiction.

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Now, we'll come back to that a little bit more. The other term that's used

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we need to be quite clear about is what's the difference between Sana

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and heavy

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and what is the link?

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Sana has various meanings

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as various meanings depending on the field of science in the sciences of Islam of Sharia.

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What do I mean? Firstly, so not in line with law only meaning means what?

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PAF way, thus the Sunnah. His way was to do so and so. So that's the Sunnah.

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Yeah. So you don't say it is somebody sunnah? If they do something once,

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right? For example, one day in his life he played cricket or football. You don't say you know? Abdullah's sunnah is to play football.

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He only played once in his lifetime.

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Right? So Sunday is a way it becomes like a habitual, it's something that is done regularly. You can see it and then this is a sunnah of Sauron. So

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so that's how it's used, okay? In a language sense. So it's one that can be applied to anybody. In fact, Sana, the way of Allah is applied to Allah, so not Allah, the way of Allah meaning the laws of Allah,

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how they're established, this is a way of Allah how he does things. And he created the heavens, the heavens and the earth gradually

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will tell you that from that Allah heater de la Sonata, Liten de la and you will find change in the way of Allah and His laws. He's Allah Samantha established the laws. So that is Sunnah of Allah. So the word sunnah, nevermind useful human beings, Allah is using it for himself in the Quran.

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And again, this is in a language sense to show you what its meaning is, but now we come terminologically to the meaning of sunnah.

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for the, for the Assouline, who are Selene, they are the people of jurisprudence, we call them also to you, because they go back to the sources and they have a methodology in deriving gum, they are the folk AHA who use the jurisprudence, right to derive the rules and regulations from the Quran and other sources that come. So the Assouline tuna jurisprudence people when you say Sonata them, they say Well, that's the second source after the Quran, from which we draw legislation.

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So when you say some that to the people or so when you look at the books of jurisprudence, they will say our first reference point is of course kitab. The book will remain the Quran. Our second reference point a source of law directly from the Lawgiver is the Sunnah. So they use sunnah interchangeably with

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except for one exception

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or the definition of Hadith

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this is different and the lease on Allahu alayhi salam, what else

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sayings doings what else?

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tacit approval or EcoLog and what was the fourth one?

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When it came to legislation, and Sunnah, this is what was excluded. So when they say Sana they will sue you.

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They mean Hadith, these category of a hadith

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because generally describing the prophesy somehow we looked at that so Allah creation

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Yeah, so you don't get lost from that.

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You don't get lost from that, in a general sense. That's how he's descriptions are he was Salalah. So now Allah created

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I mean, like Anna's for example, if the Malik Nadi Allah Juan famously said authentically these, he said, the prophesies to them even though he grew old, and he was the seventh, he said, the prophets are so honest, like part of the family, the household.

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And he said, I only saw maybe nine or 11, he must have counted done. White has in the head of the prophets, Allah Salam, Allah gave him that as a special, you know, in his 60 Plus, Sal, Allah Allah.

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So that is a Hadith.

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But is there a law derived from it, that now you have to go and try and only have nine or 11 white hairs? You see what I'm saying? I'm just giving you a simple example of Hadith which has no law. So it doesn't come on the Sunnah, that ADIZ that kind of Hadith for those who are going to make derivations from the text of Hadith. So it will be these three categories.

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So that's so novel. So the young people of jurisprudence sunnah as people are for kaha what is the meaning of sunnah for for perhaps

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the books of faith for example, which says you know, you have to do this this Wajima for you to do this haram for you to do this. This is allowed this is macro This is Mundo vamos the hub Yeah, what is Sundar for them

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and the office

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so we have

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fundamental logic

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only 100 separate the two but the same for the majority of the scholars then what do we have

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to do to the same as most the hub

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you have to do order if you don't do

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it is the same. Right?

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Should do recommend it if you don't do it is not a sin, whether it's great or great reward for doing it and MOBA

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and you can say macro

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and then haram

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This is also

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the level of ruling

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These are used interchangeably. It is sunnah not watching it is so now Mr. Hartman do all these mean the same thing.

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Okay. Hence we have the Sunnah of salatu Fajr the Sunnah of Salah to Lohar Rana even for us or we may have as hateful messages sunnah. We have the Sunnah of Maghrib and Isha. Yeah, and then there's differentiation with that within them of course Asuna waka and work at our rainwater cover if the highly stressed or less stressed number they all fall in this category and that's Sunday. That's the level of it now we're talking about

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yes, so for more

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Hanafi they consider that we know that the macula is

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is highly not recommended if we leave the macula without any reason that's a sin. No

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they don't say nobody can say that.

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They don't say like your salad is I mean you salad is not completed if you miss the mark is not normally conservative. The variation is here and what they see a sudden wajib depending on whether it was based on I had Hadith which you didn't have more than one narration or whether it was reported by many which is not differentiated by others and over here between McLuhan Hara and but here you know,

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they don't say

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this board was not going to be very good okay, so if we

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and for Mohawk the thing when you talk from my busines sunnah means Hadith

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and it includes that. Okay, so these are different layers depending on which field you're talking about. So now has different meanings. You need to understand that in everyday life, in the public sphere, amongst the arm

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So now has its own meaning. Yeah, they don't fall into any of these categories use it quite loosely. Yeah. So that can lead to confusion because because people say all sorts of like so not to do that

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sometimes the meaning is so not to do that meaning you're doing haram they're almost having a goat somebody who's not doing it. Yeah, that's what they mean sometimes. I'll often actually that mean that they almost say, Oh, you're not doing that you don't love the Prophet peace be upon him, but we already got that grace was so don't you can't make it a sin by what you understand of sunnah. In fact, from the Sunnah,

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from the Sunnah comes that which is why he felt that which is most the hub from the source.

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The source is Sunnah, but the ruling from it of course, can be far too large it can be mazahub can be the this just allowed from from what you get or dislike or it could be haram and the Sunnah, the statement of Rasulullah sallallahu is doing is telling you that okay.

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it is very clear in regards to when we look at the source of our legislation,

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the Sharia.

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The OMA is in total and absolute agreement that the Quran is the source that is the word of God,

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the Word of God

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and the Ummah overall is also in total agreement that the second source after that is the sun

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or Hadith.

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The problem arose with some people more present, they're

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less so in the past, but it has arisen and we need to be aware of that. But some of the confusion was caused by ourselves in regards to the legislative power and position of Sana which has been questioned by some presently as some group who call themselves self the Khurana Yun you mustn't may have heard of that will say that the Quran is the only thing at least we reject on the comments of the Quran to you.

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And I said they're not put on the university because the the Hoja or legislative position of the Sunnah is established from the Quran.

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You can't say stop me from the Hadith, because you can't use as an argument if somebody's rejecting Hadith you can't say to the man Well, the Hadith telling you that it is legislation, but they he's saying no, no, I rejected me. So you have to now go back to what he or she totally accept, which is the Quran because the one who doesn't accept the Quran is scoffer blatant outright. There's no Islam without the Quran, okay, as being the Word of God. So

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when we go back to the Quran,

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we see that and actually this idea has been perpetuated in use, especially by Orientalist in rejecting Hadith and rejecting some,

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they use that

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they use this idea.

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Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran, and this many is I'm going to give you some of them which corroborate the position of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam as being a source of why not with Quran only. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says, for example, in Surah and legend who Allah Yun Tiku Anil Hawa in Hawaii in what you have, and he doesn't speak from his own desire, whatever he speaks,

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it is only a revelation that is revealed.

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Some limit try and limit that too, of course, is the Quran.

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But it is meaning is beyond that, as as we'll see with other statements of the soul.

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And from the

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Quran, in other words, didn't send the messenger Salallahu Salam as just an appendage for his time to be ignored for the rest of the time because that's what the claim would mean. It would mean that there is no use now they'll be left for a pseudo Lhasa Aslan for all the generations to come. Except only for cassava. We came along just he has no role after that finished.

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When you reject sunnah Hadith once what you're saying and what I say is it is like you removed from a shadow Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, you may as well just cut it off

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Throw it away is that which of the insult to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi salam

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to remove him from the equation.

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So Allah first is Rhonda. Allah Allah

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also says May ut Rasul *a atta Allah

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ensue. Surah An Nisa, whoever obeys the messenger has obeyed Allah.

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Whoever obeys the messenger has obeyed Allah, putting the messenger obedience to Him, as though you are buying which goes in line with him being directed Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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the prophesy Salam had a very important role as Allah smart Allah mentions in the Quran itself. Allah Allah says in surah Nahal verse 44, one Sunnah ileka vikhroli to be in a Linux man Mozilla he lay him while I love him yet

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and we are set down the reminder the vicar, which is the Quran, lead to beginner leanness, so that you may Mohammed explained to human beings.

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Yeah, what has been sent down to them, man, who's the lady?

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Well, I love the fact that also they can then ponder and reflect on it. So he is the explainer of the Quran. In other words, how are you going to understand the Quran itself without him explaining it? And showing you by example, he's explaining it with coal fell and Iqra.

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The only place to find his coal and explanation through his statements and his doings and his tacit approval? What is a source? That is so gnarly if you're going to throw that away?

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How are you going to understand the Quran? How are you going to know how to pray five times a day? Or even five daily prayers are from the Hadith so somebody who rejects the sun night can't even pray five times a day

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can't pray five time not even pray five? They can't how do they begin with to compete tougher game and with the slim and all that is in between? None of it explained in the Quran is it? So let us

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see the danger of that. Therefore,

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in regards to fasting, how to be how to in regards to know soak hajj and umrah

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who do come upon us some Elijah for Lu and Numenera suka can take from me your hydrogen aamra rituals, how to perform them he's showing them is documented. All that is in the Sunnah, not in the Quran, and Ron is saying it is obligatory for you to do a hunt. So I'm going to do it.

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Just make it up as you go along.

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So this argument I could go on prophesized Salam said actually and this isn't Hadith, just to show you further, the prophets are some warned about this is a deef is authentic, is in athma double golden telemovie annual make them make them says not the Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah rasool Allah, Allah, Allah in me whoa tipo Kitab Well Miss Lahoma who

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have I not surely been given the Quran has something similar to it with it?

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Have I not all have I not been given the Quran the book

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and something similar to it with it was something similar to it with it

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he's he's under revelation

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Jibreel is coming sometimes in the form of a man but other times your brain is there and prophesy some gets wacky doesn't always come in the form of a man

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sometimes very rarely other see him majority times they don't see the problem size Sunday bills they're talking about salah Salam

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not only covering with the Quran

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so the ball is also warned about this of not any kind he's on he says that law you shall rise will soon will come surely will not come a person Shavon will Allah and he kuti Yeah, he's got a stomach full lying back on his couch. A careless kind of individual. Yeah, you're cool. And I couldn't be happier the Quran for now. We're just tune fee. Free him in halal for Hulu Walmart. We're just tune fee him in haram for her removal.

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So this person with a full stomach line back on the couch will be saying in times to come enough is a ground for you whatever it makes halau make it hello whatever it makes her arm make it haram

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This is the kind of individual

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Besides a warning about why he says I'd been given something besides the Quran,

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which is his sunnah sallallahu alayhi wa salam

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Allah subhanaw taala these are Quranic Iots

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Allah says about the role of the Messenger of Allah why you Halal a homotopy but why you hardly man Allah he will cover if he is the one who makes halal for them all that which is totally been good and he makes haram for them all that which is foul.

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Yeah, where the Haram Israa whom well Allah Allah to calculate him the the ICA is en

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la casa de cannula confy Rasul Allah, he was SWAT on Hasina indeed you will find in the Messenger of Allah the most beautiful model and example. Well, his model and example Quran is telling you

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he is a modern example for all of you for those who believe mankind. Yeah, it's talking about believers.

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This one is in

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verse 21, Lapa the cannula configure saliva swab, hasna, lemon Canary or joola. While yo mil volume alpha, we're not going to log a fee roll. Whoever is looking forward to meeting with Allah and the Last Day and remembers a lot much they find a model best exam. His character, His behavior is not shown in here.

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But Allah is telling you directing you to to

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not just for the Sahaba the rest of us don't need it.

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many of the verses

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this one

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hola Samantha says one more. Omar attack mode Rasul fabuleux. Whoa, man, how come an offender who what? Tapachula in the lucha de la Shudehill echo. Instead of 59 Verse seven, Allah says, whatever the messy part of the verse, whatever the messenger gives you, then take it, whatever he stops you from then Fanta who stop it, stay away or stop a whatsapp Allah And fear Allah. That's how serious he is. What whatever he's telling you to do or not telling you to be telling you not to do

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what, in the last year, and Allah has given in the eye a warning in the last shahidul EPA, fr surely Allah is Severe in punishment for those who don't do that.

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For those who don't do that, so this is authority of the soul, allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Some people tried to argue this idea came in regards to

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fear, fear.

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Booty are goods which are taken without having to go on the battlefield.

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Like banana deed from Medina, for those who came to the casita cause when they were expelled because of the enmity. Yeah, that goods were confiscated, as part of the punishment, but no battle took place. So this idea the rest of the early part of it is to to clarify that this fear of booty is for Allah and His messenger to distribute.

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It is not the right of those unlike those when you go to battle with the right of those primarily, firstly, for those who actually go and risk their lives

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and hear after mentioning that,

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that it is Rasulillah who's going to do the distribution of that his thesis right? Then the IRA is our ethical moral soul, whatever the messenger gives you, then take it wherever is doesn't, then stay away from it. Some try to argue I still need to do with booty at the time of the last while banana the Quran doesn't come like that Quran often comes with a second in this situation, and then comes with a ruling and a statement which has general application this is not only place happens in many places. So it's, it's a situation at the time of a Sunni Muslim, but the principles drawn from it go beyond the situation.

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This is in line because you don't take this ionic song, take it with all the other IR that I mentioned, and others I haven't mentioned yet, which make it very clear about the authority of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam.

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So that is a general statement.

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In regards to that, in regards to this idea.

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It is interesting that we are leaving behind a Muslim I know I'm going to Hadith now, but I'm showing you how the hadith is linked by Sahaba

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In the explanation of the I

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do I want the explanation of the idea today from Joe Bloggs, who has gone to university here study the myth of English Language and English translation of Quran and now he's saying this I've never saw which is recorded by Buhari, a Muslim of Lenin Massoud said,

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he says, Learn Allah Who was she mad? Well

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Motorshow women well Matana Mossad, what Wildwater Fallujah

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on the Hadith carries on.

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A woman comes to him, he said, The Curse of Allah be upon those who do tattooing.

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Tattooing Oliveira says, pronounced to chewing on the skin. And he's talking about females who do that because it seems to be a habit around that time. So curse of Allah upon them and those who haven't done

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the tattoo on the on the skin.

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This tattooing

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I don't want to go into the thick of it because scholars have

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discussions and clarifications on it anyway, goes on to those who pluck their eyebrows. And those who make spaces in between their teeth actually make spaces in between their teeth in order to beautify themselves because of Allah be upon them. So a woman comes and says of Lenin Massoud, where do you get this from?

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Is it in the Quran and Hadith?

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Or is it is it anywhere in the Quran?

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And he says, Yes, it is. She said, I went through the Quran from cover to cover. And I couldn't find anything like that in it.

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Sort of learning Massoud says, Did you not read when you went through the Quran? Allah Swatara statement while ma tackle more Rasul fabuleux while ma na. Fenton the same I'm just giving you before you not read in the Quran that Allah says in the Quran, whatever the messenger gives you take it whatever is to prevent you from stay away. Stop it. Did you not read the ayah and the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam said, now he's caught in the Hadith

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that he said that the curse of Allah be upon those women who do this and will do this.

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So he says they why it isn't.

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So see how Blevins who's using the could the authority of the Quran to give a thought to the Messenger of Allah who said this. And he was witness to the fact that the promise of Islam said this. No, now, I had the kind of woman says, I think your wives do it. She was trying to have a go, it seems

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just to sort of, because she lost the argument, it seems so the ecozones he says, I think your wife do you have no information? You just making a false claim? He said, gone look.

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I don't think you'll find that that is the case. So she went and looked at it, and then came back and said no,

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no, they don't know. He says, well, uh, had they been doing that I wouldn't have been with them.

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We wouldn't have been together after the Lattner is mentioned by the prophet sorcerer. So that's the use of the idea by a blender Massoud for example,

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to show that the authority of a sudden Lhasa Islam interesting also which is mentioned by Imam Shafi and other Morpha serene, beyond that, that Allah subhanaw taala says also in the Quran

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it's worth talking to the wives of the Prophet salallahu Salam Allah says

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was good namah you fluffy BeautyCon just trying to make sure I got correct worse.

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What's good Nafi boo tuna.

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My fluffy Mucuna Amin Aya T Lehi wall hikma.

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Here Allah's motto says, so remember,

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and memorize remember and be reminded, thanks to the lives of prophesized

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in your homes of that which is recited. Now you'd love from the Ayat of Allah.

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Yeah, memorize, reflect and go over that what's good na, na youth laffy Bucha guna mean Aya t la Hui. But Allah adds something

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comes to it while Hikmah

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and have wisdom and have the wisdom and the the while here is to show you something else.

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Some said it means the hikma is the Quran. So weak argument because Allah would have been said mean it Lehi al hikma button to say that means the same thing. But while hikma with the world, shows that this to give the call it in Arabic language means something else. That Hikmah as Shafi said, another scholar said

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is the wisdom which is he refers to as the Sunnah of Rasulullah masala, the teaching that he Rasulullah saw Islam had given

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and the same idea is used in other parts of Quran when Allah mentions about sending His messengers to

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where you only Mohammed Kitab al hikma will use a key him or you only won't keep walima whom Kitab al hikma as the purpose of the messenger, including messenger Rasulullah Salallahu, salam to as being sent to purify them to teach them the Book and the wisdom and the wisdom is the application of the book. The wisdom because you say somebody has knowledge somebody has understanding, but wisdom is the application of the knowledge and understanding. That's what wisdom is.

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So the Sula solemn his wisdom is the application of the book.

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Hence, almost meaning I shattered the law and why she says Can a whole local whole Quran and in one report he is the walking talking Quran, his character is the Quran.

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So he is the application of the Quran sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Quran is indicating that in so many places now.

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orientalist, tried to come up with this idea, which actually has been started by our own writers, and our own Allama. inadvertently.

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They came with the idea and this is very popular now amongst Muslims, the educated Muslims, especially those who study, actually, even those who study in the traditional

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The idea that that hadith I hear so many times, and it sickens me when I hear the Hadith in the Muslim Islamic sciences is a bit like the Gospels in Christianity.

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Why did they say that? They said, Yeah, because they were written later after Jesus went, you know, between 150 to 250 years after they were put together and compiled.

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Many Muslims service, unbelievable.

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And they believe it, our Orientalist love this idea.

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Yeah, because, of course, if you got something that's originating 150 200 years afterwards, big question mark, where was it before that, and hence, many of them came with the idea. None of the Hadith are reliable. They all need to be rejected. They're all made up later by people who wanted to serve a particular purpose. And when it comes to doing that, orientalist, orientalist,

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one of our teachers or criminal Shehab nadwi. He said, there are three kinds of orientalists.

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He said, There's the one which is who is ignorant.

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They have little knowledge.

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Yeah. And they don't even study the language of Arabic properly and they come out and make claims in regards to Hadith, etc. And their ignorance. So the best treatment for them is to come with knowledge and clarify their ignorance. The second kind of orientalist, he said is the

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disbeliever that angle is disbelief because he ignorant one maybe disbelievers? Well, obviously this Orientalist is a disbeliever. No, but the angle of attack is complete rejection of Islam and the Naboo all of a sudden loss of Islam and the Quran in fact, so then we'll come from that angle.

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Whatever you say and go blue in the face to try and prove to them you cannot prove anything to them because they are too far. They will reject it.

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They will reject it. And he says perhaps the best way to do

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with those people is beyond clarifying thing is that our good character? Yeah and see hopefully, that their heart will open to the truth. The third kind of orientalist, he says, which is the worst disease is that which is full of arrogance for the Western culture and Western education. They think that they have reached the pinnacle of critique of previous history and of ideas and of revelation or whatever has been come from the past. Their their method of critiquing, is the best method. They can't accept any other method, even though it may have been may be authentic and is established in a different way. So they are full of arrogance, and there is no remedy for analysis.

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It's no remedy for them. Because arrogance, and arrogance, they're the worst kind of arrogance is the biggest thing to blind you to the truth. Is it not brothers and sisters, because arrogance is from shaitan.

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shaytaan knows from his his own visions and a fact he was there before Allah He knows Allah. Yet he rejected and disobeyed and continue down that road without doing Toba. That is arrogance at its height and pinnacle. So that's the third category now

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perpetuated by

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by the orange and if in fact say Imam Shafi

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who passed away, Rahim Allah in 251 Hijiri. He's the one who started this whole idea. So 250 years after Hydra Shafi is the one who came will try to put this idea of we must start relying on sunnah and Hadith and divide this idea

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and no doubt Shafi uses

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in his works, the idea of hikma Tafseer, etc. But because he uses a particular terminology, and he puts jurisprudence in a systematic way you've got

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it doesn't require much knowledge to realize that actually before Shafi all the scholars around him before him were using the same method anyway, it's just that he put it together.

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Because he put it together let me just say seen invented by him,

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which is so narrow minded and so shallow, and understanding same

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is the idea of Hadith.

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one of the things that confused and then the orientalist play on upon it,

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but it confuse the people from the Muslim world.

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In the early from the earliest scholars to even the lead scholars who perpetuated this idea that hadith were only began to be written down 150 130 plus years after the Hijrah on was to turn over gears.

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These ideas began being perpetuated early, it was even repeated in the works of great scholars like in 100, another heavy, more heavy, and in 100 Allah's Kalani, who wrote for Tilbury they have in their works. Nevertheless, evidence contrary to that, but it seems that just sometimes scholars, they hear something from the teacher, and they have seen it in the books and they just perpetuate the idea. So we give them an other. They're not ignorant people, the scholars are mentioning, by the way, but I'm saying that we perpetuated this idea ourselves, when we got evidence to the contrary to aid in our own works,

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in our own works, and I'm going to show you some of that and just for completeness, and it's very important for us to understand.

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So that was part two and part of it because of what Hadith

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one Hadith,

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which has been perpetuated

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and this hadith

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reported from Abu Hurayrah rodeo above radar Zaytoven sabich I will say 203 of the Sahaba of the soul.

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In this they say the Messenger of Allah says let's talk to Anthony Shea and royal Quran

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for men, yeah for men cutterbar Anthony Shea and hadal Quran fell Yom Hafele of polyanthus.

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Don't write from me and you

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except the Quran and whoever has written anything aside from the Quran from me, then let him or her wipe it out, rub it out.

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This, this is very important.

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The Allamah of Hadith many of them, not present their

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times don't buy clarify that the Hadith Abu Hurayrah is not authentic. Exchange is not authentic, the one from Zaidan fabric is weak they are not authentic the one from one of the ones from site. I will say 200 is also not authentic.

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One Hadith with one chain from a site 200 is authentic, it is Muslim and ashmit.

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But Buhari Imam Buhari.

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He didn't put it in his collection and says that this hadith, it is the statement of Abu Seidel Kadri it is not from the soul.

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That is his opinion, you need to be aware of that. But majority of the scholars nevertheless accepted that one exchange and distributed authority to deal with it. So many scholars actually quite rightly said that there's no contradiction here.

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From what was the fact and the fact color clarify for you that actually Sahaba were writing

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and wrote plenty. And the ones who came after them were writing that the Muslim ummah didn't wait 150 years before he started writing Hadith. It is nonsense. It is nonsense. There's also misunderstanding of a statement in history about our man don't want lol even if you have a story, which is perpetuated all the time.

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The first person, men don't want to don't want some people translated as the first person who wrote about the net the science even knowledge of Islam was a Montessori, even if she heard as somebody who died in 124 Hijiri.

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That's not what it's saying.

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That's the statement from not the prophets. Allah Salam is the statement of some other historians and will allow we're making that claim. When they use the word I don't want a means to collect it together in an encyclopedia.

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It was only written before that.

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And he did it under the instructions of a governor or a leader doesn't mean to say others we're not doing it. But he became famous for doing it. And that's why that statements made.

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So that just to keep that statement out of the way. The one itself doesn't mean writing under there's no writing before. In the sharpers audience is absolute nonsense, suddenly, you know, 115 110 years later Imams or anything I think I'll start writing I can nonsense is that it's like Dreamland, you know, just imagine and all those scholars around him from the southern Fabien and he was from the younger of the tattoo in Yeah, all those around him and before him, none of them thought I would write anything because they still think it's haram to write

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just and yet

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that heavy so all of them are quite rightly said because we have plenty of evidences of Rasulullah saw some giving instructions of things to be written at his time, which were not the Quran anything that he's writing under his instruction becomes Hadith does it not because this is from his letter sent to the the the mystery is being sent to the people of other lands, the letter being sent to Heraclius for example, other things been written like Dorothy called Medina, the Constitution parts of which are still

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there today. Extent till this day written or the instruction are soulless, awesome, so prophesied doesn't contradict himself say don't write and then then get some to write what kind of nonsense is that? So they so quiet rally Allah Ma said what Rasul Allah is saying, and this is in early times, yeah, because we have evidence to the contrary, in later time, in early times, when they were beginning to write the Quran, his meaning was, don't write Hadith on the same parchment as you write in the Quran. Because she will confuse the words the Quran with what is what else you're writing on it, whether it's in the margins or elsewhere. And that's how Allah man understood.

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So we don't have a problem with this idea. This at least he's not telling us that it was forbidden for writing. And therefore, then those who do that they build on this idea, or the Arabs had all of them great memories. Nobody in the world ever had memories like there's blah, blah, blah, blah. They were all like superhuman beings. There's no doubt no doubt in any nation, you can have people with amazing memories.

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Yeah, no doubt so that's also possible. That is part of it there were those who had amazing memories and amazing memories from that time and beyond that as well. And that was especially so from the Allah Allah of the Sahaba not also have our Alma

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were they only a few

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out of you know nearly 100,000 Gather majority and reporting and perpetuating knowledge from the province awesome. They're not perpetuating anything, they just live their lives. But when you come to Allah man and they have some, you know, caliber to be able to learn and to, to

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also to

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to send forward to others

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We also have

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from many authentic hadith,

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the Prophet SAW Selim, many authentic Hadees the prophesy Islam actually has sessions of teaching his Sahaba

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in the mosque, and when he goes away, I mean, people are learning from Iran, but specifically for teaching.

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And we have authentic narrations where Sahaba I mean, the likes of Abu Hurayrah for example, who came and joined the Messenger of Allah people tried to do discredit Abu Huraira they said oh, how can you have so many Hadith those who spent a lifetime with with Rasul Allah, like have like some Abu Bakr and Omar and Ali, etc. They hardly transmit anything and he comes and transmits 1000s.

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That's because even though he came in the seventh year of hijra, I will have spent all his time attached to a single last Arsalan. They went out to work and came back and they were busy in their family life. They weren't sitting with a master of Allah and the mosque all day, but he was, and his memory was amazing. And those others from the Sahaba they knew that. So your mama didn't like and I have one more movie now she didn't like the way he was a teaching Hadith.

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There was some criticism from them because they they felt that he was giving too much to the people all at once. But Ebola was the Allah one, whose name is known as Rahman famously. He himself says he says

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as the mumble hottie mentioned, mom is having the biggest Salallahu Alaihe Salam I had an external extra Hadith and and who many Illa mercon Amin Abdullah in honor for enamel Karna yet tobe Wala.

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He says, there isn't any companion from the Messenger of Allah, who knows more Hadith from the prophets of Allah Salam except me.

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Yeah, from me, except one person I caught this is according to Google right now.

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And that is Abdullah in honor. Not Abdullah and Omar, Abdullah Ahmad ibn Al OS. Okay. He knows more than me because he writes them down.

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Hey, you are evidence that hadith are being written

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from the statement and we have our authentic statement for the light in the Amazon as she's very famous. I believe that

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enamel on us.

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His father

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I'm gonna ask obviously embraced Islam after

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the treaty with the idea, which is around the sixth year of HR.

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But I'm delighted our US had already embraced Islam before that. We have nothing clear whether he arrived in and he's older. He's not like the younger blood or bus. So when we arrived around the sixth or seventh year or whatever he came earlier than to to Medina. It is very possible but he's famous.

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Yeah. And he came to the Messenger of Allah and say Yara so Allah

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the most exam having a go of me saying why you write everything from

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him meaning from the Prophet saw them. Sometimes he's angry. Sometimes it's sad, sometimes he's happy and you're just trying everything, meaning he may not mean that.

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So he's asking Shai, basically asking permission, what shall I do? The prophesy Stein said, by him who whose hand is my soul, right from me everything for nothing but truth come from my mouth. Have some

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more sass saying, don't write, stop writing. So this is in lead time. As you can see, he's telling him carry on writing, carry on writing.

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And therefore he's famous for

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writing a Hadith from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Alma used to and this is

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giving you glimpses that this teaching is going on, in the Hatha Madelon, in authentic hadith in Bukhari and Muslim when he mentions about a long story about when he thought the province had divorced his wife and home was upset and worried in that. He says the morning he was woken up, round Fajr time with a knock on a door, the person so have you knocking on the door, was the one that he used to go alternatively to the Messenger of Allah, on a Rota, when he was working? Yeah. When Omar was working, everyone would go and whatever they learnt on set, he used to tell me when I used to go wherever I learned, I used to tell him, so the learning Hadith from the Prophet

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salallahu Alaihe Salam.

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So you can see that learn this learning of hadith is going on, it doesn't suddenly become invented. At the time of Shafi Sahaba Sahaba, you can imagine Sahaba, who were nicely taking from the water of voodoo from Rasulillah salam from his mouth when he spits the water out to use the water on themselves, how they would treat the words of Rasulullah Salam.

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I'm going to stop there.

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Next time, I'm just going to give you a few little examples of works from the time of Sahaba

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which even though they're not extended now, you'll find the mentioned in classical works or even Hajer and the hubby and others, others before them, which are extent missing those parchments from the Sahaba which were there then that is an evidence that they existed. They don't have to exist now. They don't have to exist now. But people certainly Azadi and others who came after will have had access to those.

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So I'm going to mention some of those. And next time also, I also went want to before we go into unknown ways, I want to mention something about our sector sector.

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The six authentical works what that means where the term came from, is it correct the term

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a little bit about those things inshallah. According Kalia, hello, stuff rolling. In. Rahim, any quick question before we have got time?

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For a couple of minutes.

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Yeah. Anything anybody wants done what we covered today

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the RE buckling of orientalists is such an important field in the last couple of 100 years. And the person I found even my teacher who's leading Muhaddith in the world, as mentioned Mustafa Mustafa allows me Muhammad Mustafa Al Amin, who sadly died last year Rahima Khaled the age of 80. His works and if you want, it's amazing, it's actually an English. Some of his stuff here read butchering the Oriental society and this idea of how it was written in these two books. He explains that aspect of Hadith various studies in early Hadith literature, and this is like an introduction studies in Hadith methodology and literature, if you want to more information, and he also wrote a book as a

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rebuttal to shaft, shaft and Joinville we're famous for this idea of throwing the Hadith away and say none of them are reliable, blah, blah, blah. So he was very strong, very clear. I report to the idea. I love mercenaries so great service to the Muslim ummah and people are not even aware about

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