Session 26 Innovating in Islam

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salat wa salam

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MBI we'll move

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on that's a lot either

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only a couple min.

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On your filler Lumenok your cup for the Anessa yet in a

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nutshell who who valamint Nafi who are risk averse? Well may not be what his skin was set

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well alakina To work Hello ye Leigh Hill receive well our hola La Quwata illa Billahi la li la creme. We begin as always by praising Allah Lord of the worlds as we praise Him we seek his forgiveness guidance and His mercy and send peace and blessings on his messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam We ask Allah for useful understanding and knowledge wide sustenance we utterly depend on him to Him is our return and there is no power and Mike accept that of Allah

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welcome and

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sorry for the slight delay in starting

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if you remember from last time we have on Hadith number five

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on no always we're progressing I'm gonna love

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this hadith

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if you have your copy of a Norway's are buying with you which either you should have as a book which you can easily buy on your phone applications and you can at least refer to it when I'm referring to which has the English and the Arabic preferably if they do understand Arabic converts fine as well.

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So I know we

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Rahim Allah, Allah have mercy on it says quoting the Hadith and remember isn't quoted with the whole chain. Um, an awful lot mean only Abdullah I shall radula one. Regular Radi Allahu anha Paulette, Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam min after her feet under the NA ma lease. I mean who? Who arrived

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Nova hooba Ra and Buhari were Muslim, wealthy rewire thin fill Muslim cannot call a notary and among many in Avon, and I said that many are the law not all at all. So why Salallahu Alaihe Salam amela amarilla and Lisa Ali and we're gonna follow our ad.

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This short as it is, let me give you the translation first he says it is reported from the Mother of the Believers Aisha known as Omar Abdullah

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who said that the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi salam, he said,

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Whoever innovates

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in this matter of hours, which is not from a month from it will have it rejected.

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And in another version,

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which is this version is in Bihari or Muslim or typography and the other version is in Sahih Muslim also from overwhelming I setup that law and we slightly different words but the same meaning and it encompasses a wider meaning or gives you another aspect of the meaning man, Amina Amina Lisa Allah He am Luna for water whoever, whoever does any actions

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which are

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which are not according to this matter of hours, Lisa Allah He and Runa for what then those actions or behavior will be rejected. So one is who innovates which is general and now is talking about even actions which is covered by the other Hadith. So the either the beef is substantial to explain what the issue is here. All right.

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This succinct few words, is profound and vast and comprehensive in meaning. If you remember when we started the 40 Hadith

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not in the introduction, but with the first is in the Malama Lavinia surely every all deeds are only judged by their according to their intentions. When we talked about that hadith we said that there are various Salama great Lama who mentioned about search

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and Hadith Imam Shafi for example, he said about in the Malama Lavinia you said that is that represent a third of the Sharia on the religion so comprehensive

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and he mentioned athma Imam Ahmed in line with that mentions three Hadith around this whole of the Sharia revolves around

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one was in the Malama Lavinia and the second of those was this one

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man after Sufi Emery Nana Elise I mean who for what? Wherever innovates in a matter of hours

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which is not from it will haven't rejected my asthma Dibner humble said this is one of the key the third Halal watch what Allah has made halal haram which Allah has made haram and that which nothing has been said about etc. We'll deal with that hadith another time. But anyway, this is the second number three. Second number three is hockey. Bumrah. Holloway, who was from the same kind of time as Imam Shafi is an independent scholar in his own right. Many people haven't heard about him, but his opinions are available in the old classical works. He said also that the Sharia and the whole of Islam revolves around 400 eath

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Amasa, three, four Hadith i in the fall, this is one of them. In the Mallamma Lavinia the first three, three is one of them. And one of them is also the Hadith that we've just finished with. Abdullah never sold Hadith, which is about the creation of one of you is in the belly of your mother for voting. Remember this the last one who done?

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Which, as we said, last time, look how many Fick issues it affects the 120 days, for example, yes, that's what they mean. Now also, you understand why ma'am, or no includes it in his 40 selections, because he's trying to include the very Hadith which gives the very foundations of the theme. So it's obviously going to include this, when other great scholars before it will mentioned it as one of the three or four around Mr. Hall of religion remotes.

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And that is for us to understand because it gives you an understanding and awareness what the hadith is actually saying.

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Okay, so it's very important to come with that background. That's the first thing to mention.

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And, in fact,

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cutting on from that, and now we says pretty much that what I've just said, he says, How do Hadith or is that not Vemma? This hadith is a major, major principle of foundation, meaning in religion, what FICO I did in in the basis and principles of religion for our main German, four min German, I'll tell him, and we mentioned this before as well. It is from that brevity of speech, which was given as a special virtue to the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam. Remember, he said he's been given some special things. One of them was, and we talked about that in the introduction as well. That he says a few words, in a few words, he mentioned so many things comprehensively. Rasulullah

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saw some wasn't known for his verbosity, like I'm giving long explanations, probably some said a few words,

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but set them under Sahaba understood them if they do, they'll ask. But the words he used sallallahu alayhi salam, which was given us this is aside from the Quran. And you find that in his only statements in Hadith

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in his coli statements for those who took them from them, and that's why I encourage those, the best of those were those radiants given to those who took the Hadith from him, what he was saying, and kept it as he said it great encouragement to keep it and then pass it on as it said it sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So, this is from that this specifically be messaged by a no, because he realized very briefly this is trying to make us realize, do you realize the prophesies from this is part of his special virtue and gift and marches that he's being given that he says a few words and has great and powerful, comprehensive meaning. All right, our tofi who is another humbly scholar

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came after

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a no way as well who did also a jump,

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which is a deep

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explanation or expose it of the 40 Hadith of Imam, unknowing. He says in regards to this study, if you

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He says, This hadith is half of the Sharia as evidence, half of the show here.

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And then

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we'll look at what does he say later as to why he says half and I understand why he says half but certainly whether we accept half or whether you accept a quarter or whether you accept a third is a difference of opinion, because it's not, you know, exact and precise what they mean it is crucial, and so comprehensive in its meaning, and effect so much of religion.

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All right, that's the, that's the understanding what we get from that now.

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Almost mean

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I shattered rhodiola, who,

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unlike some of the other Sahaba, we don't need much introduction as to who she is. And one of the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the scholar.

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The scholar from scholars, although I miss obey Raphaela Han, who was her nephew,

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the nephew from her sister, as smart

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as Mal was married to have the likeness obey. And their son one of their sons was

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sorry, asthma who was married to a Zubaydah awam and their son was Abdullah and zubaid.

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And, or why Ben Zubaydah is the other nephew. Okay, he used to say about his art, because he was a student of knowledge as well.

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Not just a tabby II as such, but a student of knowledge who was learning from scholars of Sahaba. Yeah, and other tabs in scholars. And he said, The Greatest scholar that I came across was my aunt.

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And one want me or the other one. Okay. That's his opinion. And you can say, yeah, that's his answer as well.

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Okay, but it's no doubt that's corroborated by others as well. What a great scholar mean, I should only allow one was actually transmitted more than 2200 Hadith.

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One of the scholars from the Sahaba, who transmitted so many Hadith, the ones who go into the 2000s and fear are the leading ones. She's one of the leading Hadith transmitters on women in Asia. And this is her famous Hadith. So I've talked about the life story of Amal Mortmain, Isla de la Vela. And now when we did for Cassia,

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how young she was her marriage, all those issues we talked about then.

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she was involved historically after that, which is authentic in history after the passing of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, because there's a lot of mixed in that history, depending on who's writing it. And it has to be corroborated. If we go over a hadith, when we come to the history of the hula Rashid, and what happened, and the trouble that happened between them, people tend to neglect it when it comes to that, because all kinds of people wrote history, including Shia, and albida. What we're going to talk about right, so careful who you read away read from, because the Shia and the extreme of the Shia especially, they're hit on more Mortmain acid or Aguilar Anna,

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who has been confirmed as his wives from the from Paradise prophesizing was totally authentic. Leave your wives, your wives in paradise, she's amongst them.

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Yeah. And they hate and do feel even of people like that and all kinds of accusations. So it depends on where you read it and be careful what you read, because it's a lie.

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Yeah, some of those extreme extremists also did the same to the whole of Russia as well to Abu Bakr and Father and to Omar, Abdullah hottub and to have Madami our firm and they thought they were being fair taking sides with Oliver Golan who himself who himself had the greatest respect from all these people.

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And of course, historically they've mentioned of course over the killing us man and now Fern

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and Ali not been able to who was a Khalifa then not been able to bring the killers to justice.

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This was a time for whatever is they had and their legal reasoning there was Sahaba on both side yeah with her was some Sahaba as well me nice, rugged on and they traveled. This is known as the Battle of the Camel

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Marika to Jamal. She was leading the army. It wasn't actually a battle, because the battle really never took took place. But in history you'll see as a big battle with Herb and others from a with her

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going against Ali Abdullah and in a battle, they were just skirmishes, actually they worked out amicably, amicably. And she left with whoever she came with as an Army go to go back and leave Medina without a fight without any fight.

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I don't want to go into all those things, because that's not the purpose of the Hadith. All I want to say is be careful what we read and what happened between the Sahaba Yeah, it is very difficult to do a deep critical analysis, because of the information we have is question mark. So what kind of analyses are you going to do? So we respect them as the Quran tells us, and the Prophet SAW Selim? Yeah.

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And they respected each other, we know for sure, from authentic reports, despite their differences with each other, including while we are at the lab and who was having people do Latin and criticism of him, which is actually even from some from Alexandre which is wrong.

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While there's differences, and he has Sahaba on his side, as well as criminal as for example, yeah, and olive oil, but their respect for one another as Sahaba as honest people as trustworthy people. That never changed. There were political differences and we leave their political differences and what ensued from it between

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that's that's the way to summarize this situation. Now, coming back to the Hadith.

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This hadith is partially also linked

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with Hadith number 28, which is going to come later in a number ways.

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And the end of that hadith

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that the Prophet saw some warning about a time to come. Yeah. So to avoid all the confusion of that time prophesized them said for Ali Khan vicinity, was so natural Hola, Eros schindl. Matthew G midbody. upon you is my sunnah my way.

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And the Sunnah of the whole of our Rashid, who are the Rightly Guided caliphs who come after me. me badly. So it says, are dually having no urges?

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Hold on to that tightly firmly like you're biking on something or do or do I have in the budget? Well, II I can go motorcycle mode and be aware of innovations

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morph into 30 or more men after 50 Andrina innovation? Yeah,

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it comes from some Hadassah Africa. It's bringing something new.

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Every everything new isn't bad. Lots of new things have come since their prime time to prophesize them. So this is where we have to understand what this new innovation is. What is this new innovation that we've been warned about by the prophets Arsalan? What year were more defatted mode for inocula Move that 13 beta for surely every new matter is an innovation.

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What will be that in Malala and every innovation is misguidance every innovation is misguidance.

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And we have similar kinds of statements.

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In this at least we'll cover in detail later on when it comes when we come to it 28 But it's linked with this one that we're covering now. I have to mention that that was in Abu Dhabi going to the movie now. You will find when we come to that hadith there's an error in the

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in what's been transmitted in Hadith about in no way but we'll deal with that another time not today because it's in Hadith number 28 the issue

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another Hadith in Sahih Muslim and others as well but in say Muslim, the version which mentioned there

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is that

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the Prophet saw someone who used to give hot bath

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football in his football he used to say for in US local Hadith V. O for in the Hyrule Hadith he Kitab Allah surely the best of speech is the book of Allah.

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Will Hyrule how do you how do you Muhammad salallahu Salam the best of guidance is a guide

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So Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Sharon Ohmori more data to her, and the worst of issues is, is innovation. Waku Waku lubega kimberleigh and every innovation is misguides

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and in one version of this hotbar which is in the Saudi, and the Saudi, the compilation of Imam, the Saudi, there it mentioned we're going to be dotting Galala and every innovation is misguidance what Kulu Galala Cynefin now, at the end he says and every misguidance is in the fire.

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That hadith is linked, it comes from the hot bath of the province also used to give those are the kinds of words you used to use in that way it's linked with the same issue now.

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Beta is something innovation there is so much confusion on this issue.

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If the confusion and difference opinion happened with the scholars from classical times to now and hence this bigger confusion amongst the public

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so be aware of it because in order to apply this hadith, we need to understand what he's talking about.

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First the people to understand from so few words like that is your Lama. It's not for the Average Joe Public to go now and throw out whenever they say something Oh, beta, beta, beta beta as people have done, I've come across them in 30 years plus on Dow I'll tell you, people who miss apply left right and center and said be that here be the idea and what the mean is you're doing haram you're going it's misguidance and you go into the fire because believe it is a big thing to say.

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So, big thing to say okay.

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I will try and decipher that if we can as much as possible today if not we will leave some of it to later because it's an important topic to understand

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some people

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some Alannah not people in general

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like to feed a man to feed the humbly and actually even Rajim Shafi humbly again sir

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I know is search Fe

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both of those

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took the meaning of this innovation and I've when I look at that expose it of the Hadith to freeze is less pages much less remember I said to Fiza a sharp he's sort of moderate Yeah, and the most comprehensive

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is that of him the Roger when I look at him and Roger

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and a tofi what they've gone down the road of is when any almost anything haram whether any bad that or omelette.

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Yeah. So what the prophesies some forbid from doing Yeah, for example, Nika in Quran there are certain people you cannot marry.

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True. They call Muslim, your mothers your sisters, etc, etc. Long list all right. So for example, I been registered the same trophy says the same. So what have you managed from the MaHA Rama

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is in the car valid? No. It's rejected. It's rejected. They call that bigger.

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Nicola bigger. So that's a wide meaning of my some scholars have been. It's actually Haram is clearly haram from Quran and Sunnah already, because you're going against the pneus of the Quran. Although it's in Mamilla, it's seen everyday issues like buying it's so they come to everyday issues like buying and selling, they call it Marbella and Mary's and Tala and if the clock is done,

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against how to large should be done in the Sharia, they call it beta.

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If the Nikka has done

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against the Sharia, and actually when I look at the details, according to their view, when he's too hard as well, or what a valid Nikka is, if it's done against that, without those conditions, they collect data. They included all that. Most of the shaft of this hadith in Rajab, he talks about wrong kind of block bronchiseptica Wrong kind of transaction in

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in dealings, taking grub up, causes around Nobody said that. But if we that's one way of looking at bitter

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one way, which is the widest

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way of looking at bids. And actually you can include anything which is haram and forbidden from doing us better.

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But I find that to be

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more diluted in the actual understanding of bid it is and I'll explain why.

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So they went down that road

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in labeling what this data is because they said well, it's rejected NIC cards rejected that block is rejected, that transaction is rejected. And the problem is is staying for one run, it is rejected.

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It doesn't fulfill the conditions so the US industry so so be aware of that there are scholars who go down that road, widen the whole issue. There are scholars who divide the beta into two kinds

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for them all but I wasn't bad.

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So Imam Shafi did that. And so did

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is the dean of the of the salon. The great so Tonle Allah He was known as, so Donnell Allah, not just Aloma or RM sulphonyl. Allah ma, from the fifth sixth century, is the dean in the Abdus Salam, great scholar, deep insight road, you know, not just a literalist in any way. Imam Shafi beholding said the same kind of thing. They're divided beta into beta muda and beta MoMA.

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Or bigger I lafiya and Bidda big hockey gear.

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What does it mean by the?

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Muda is praiseworthy, so bitter, which is praiseworthy, innovation, and much more mass blameworthy?

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Yeah, oh, in our fear

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versus RPP.

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Same thing, this is praiseworthy, this is blameworthy. What is say hakea real Bidda.

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Meaning the real bit of the prophesies are referring to in this hadith. In these two hadith is this bit. This bit, however, is not included in that and they use the word bigger.

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Yeah, they use the word better Imam shot to be famous Maliki Scholar does the same again, again, a great scholar with deep insight, and not a literalist in any way. So we're not talking about small people who did that. Great scholars who divided like why did they devalue like that?

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Because what they meant by here

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they're not always going to be things and they give examples as well. And I'll give you examples as well.

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To do with new situations, or things to do with a badass, especially these most of big either fear is any bad.

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What do I mean by that?

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A bad turn mathema

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only by that ritual worship,

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that when I say bad that I mean ritual worship, so we're talking about salah song Hajj. Yeah. The pillars of Islam. Yeah. So ASAN, Hajj, Umrah, all these are events that Ibadah most of Bidda agraphia is an iba that most bigger hockey gear

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is in the field of

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also has

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to do with the articles of belief and will give some examples. Yeah, this is so

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there's also better hockey gear that can be bad.

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That's understanding for when the prophesy Islam says he who innovates in this matter of hours, which has which is not from promise, we'll have it rejected. What is this matter of hours.

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We agree now, however, he says Emory's commandment

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versus meaning, isn't it? We every now have that are more or Amel also means issues. Things. When he says I'm Rena Amel is coming from Allah and His Messenger

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level Hello while Amber.

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Allah says in the Quran To Him belongs the creation and the commandment was the commandment, the law, the Sharia the revelation actually. So whoever innovates in this beam revelation of ours will do which is not from it will have rejected.

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How did Alanna understand this? What did it mean?

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That be the the best way, how my teacher taught or taught me and some of the great teachers who wrote about me that and these are some of them, the ones I mentioned. And that's why they divided is that most of Benard is really about Aqeedah and ibadah.

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That's the two areas where B that takes place. Because in Arcada, what we believe in, there is no Easter herd and it really, we believe, in what Allah and His Messenger tells us to believe. We don't invent from our old selves and say, Well, I thought of something else we can believe in, do we?

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Because that's adding to the religion. That is innovation. Yeah, or having a twisted meaning of other.

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We give examples on that when we dealt with the Jibreel Hadith. I'll come back to it again. To give you some example, having a twisted meaning of what the belief of Allah sunnah, from Quran and Sunnah is of issues to do with belief. Yeah, that would make it an innovation. Yeah. So the biggest field of innovation is in this area of upheaval. So in a key that because in Aquila, we are totally dependent on Revelation. We don't

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Well, are you here tonight we are el Mahi illa biLlah Shah, as the Quran says in surah I in AYATUL, kursi. And then encompass nothing of his knowledge except what He wills.

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Yeah, except what He wills

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the other field where we are utterly dependent on Revelation, and that is the foundation of religion is EBA that

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any praying any, any worship doesn't come from us. We don't decide that I need to pray with one hand like that on one hand like this with on one leg, because it sounds good. It's more difficult. More reward, though. That's called Innovation.

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Any bear that.

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Okay, so bear that we are utterly dependent on Allah and His messenger. Yeah, Ibadat are what he made obligatory ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. As a test for us. In fact, in his wisdom and mercy, He reduced 50 Salas to five and gave us a reward for 50.

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Follow me. So can somebody come along now and say, I think it's better to do six nowadays actually. People are really bad.

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At the drinking all the time watching TV on computer games, let's make it six a day to make them better. What's that called? With?

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Any bad that? No room? Now? Let's go to life every day. And while I'm alert, all right. I was dealing with coins and exchanging barley with weeks. Yeah, the call that transactions you know, farmers used to say, I'll give you a bunch of carrots. If you give me this in return, blah, blah, blah, exchange. Then I started dealing with money and silver coins. And now I started dealing with notes. Now I use a Visa card.

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Right? Because that's what it's fine to do. As long as there's no river attached there. Yet. None of all of this is innovation.

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But it's left in the area of human beings and how they deal with one another with change of time and place etc. Yeah.

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Some of these died.

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I like to go and visit them straight away the next day to offer my condolences or the summer I'll go I'll go in a week when it's less busy, and they probably had enough.

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Yeah, somebody says I like going in my joggers. Others say No, I like to wear black

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anything to do with the bother him.

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And even this is culture and customs is left to the people. But that doesn't come here, unless somebody says it is a sunnah to do it like this and so many. Now you're adding something if it was not part of the summer,

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that's when it becomes like it. But people don't do use that they don't usually do that. They're just doing it as what is customary.

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Okay? And I can give you tons of examples on everyday life, which vary with culture and time. Because culture changes with time, culture, can you replace the culture of the people of India and China cannot be the culture of the people of Britain never has been for centuries. More likely today, though, because we say the world is one village. And social media has made it all like so everybody's drinking Pepsi and Coke and wearing jeans and watching Hollywood movies. All right, but go back 100 odd years. Now the culture was really divided, wasn't it? It's not long ago.

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We don't realize. So people have their cultures and in culture, you don't introduce me that.

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It means religious issue. So the big field is always going to be bad. And that because I'll tell you something.

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In infec jurisprudence for kaha.

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When we're dealing with,

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for example, new issues, when we're dealing with we have our source the Quran and Sunnah

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to deal with everything. But over the centuries, new issues have always come along and we'll carry on coming along. So we do chaos. Chaos means we do analogical reasoning. So we look at something we came across drugs.

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Drugs is not meant to be in Grand Hadith. Right? What's the ruling, or Imam?

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So now we see what drugs do what drug? Is it? Because all drugs are not the same either?

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What does it do? Does it cause harm? Does it give benefit individually and as a society? Is there anything similar to that in the text? Which fits? Yeah, does it for the mind.

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It does, fits with common. So we take chaos and analogical reasoning from that, and the ruling of hammer alcohol in inverted commas. I don't like using the word really, as best I can think of at the moment, that would be folks that would kick the ruling. It's haram that so this must be haram as well. That's called Chaos. Notice that is not innovation. And it is linked with something linking back to the Quran and Sunnah. And we can't do chaos in Aqeedah. And in Baghdad.

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We don't do chaos in Nevada.

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It's not allowed. Every scholar and faculty will tell you that. When you think about new situations, it's always to do with everyday life.

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Because though that field has been left open, because the fundamental ruling for everyday life is everything is allowed. MOBA, Alessi it has been made haram whereas the ruling for FIFA and EBA is you are not allowed to believe in anything. You're not allowed to do any worship except if it has been ordained. Look, it's the opposite.

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You follow me very important to understand this principle in our key that you are not allowed to invent any belief. So you are only dependent on him. So you don't believe in anything unless it comes from Allah and His Messenger is corroborated.

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through any bother you do not do any bother unless it has a basis and a foundation from the religion from Allah and His messenger.

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Okay, there must be a link. And I'll give you example where the link is there but it slightly changes. But it's not innovation is not with us still. I'll give you that. But that principle I want you to understand, turns totally the other way around. For everyday life. Everything is allowed unless it's been forbidden

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unless it's been forbidden. So people will carry on sleeping eating new kinds of food, new kinds of

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vegetables, they'll cross the fruits to produce new kinds of fruit yet the crust apparently Apple to produce I don't know what but you know, whatever is that or the next thing they produce

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From the peach and the apple yet, is it allowed? Of course it's allowed because it's everything's MOBA. Somebody's brought that crossword donate Genet all that. Yeah, those are not innovations you don't see the next one is a bit that

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very important to understand that now.

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some gray areas have come across. Why do I mention that because past and present there have been Alama

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and some I had the greater riches a respectful, who have used the issue of Buddha a bit

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swiftly and bit too widely, shall Bernie is a classic example of that. Ragamala may Allah have mercy on him? greatest respect, we love Scheffel Bernie and his services to the Muslim ummah, Michelle Barney had a tendency, for example, when he's talking in his book on funerals, and we discussed the issue of funeral and janazah.

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In funerals, in regards to people dying, there are issues there to do with the bad. And there are issues today with customer and culture. What is the issue or ibadah?

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Salatu Janessa.

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You understand? If somebody said,

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you know, nowadays, it's fine, why don't we sit down and do slotland Janaza

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I would agree with shuttle Vanya and said this is better hochiki Yeah.

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Okay, in EBA not enough either in either true

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or loving. But she Avani says it is Bidda What did you say that he said to transport the body in a car or in a horse carriage like they used to in the past. And all the follow of rest of the followers are going behind on horse enclosed carriage or a closed car. It is a bit

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it is a bit odd to do it. Why? Because it shouldn't be taken open.

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And people can openly see it shouldn't be closed. And is he's deduces unless people come when you go in cars.

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so that's the statement.

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I don't see that is not built up of his culture of people. And many scholars disagree with him. That's why those scholars, they're all involved in cars, their own bodies, a slim majority of the scholars for funerals, and I'm carrying on to the streets of England or more majority countries are there. Okay, that's Jeff and his opinion documented. So and then when he does about Haji Omar, for example. He will make statements where he is not directly linked with hajj and umrah is a kind of a bad that which is not quite like salad like seabird like a blend of buzzword Ilan Omar, he says the laugh is Salah. Except you're allowed to speak in it.

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Are you

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are you allowed to speak in tawaf

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goes to your wife next you come here, you're gonna get lost. You call your children say come here next to me because it's not. He's saying yeah, I'm glad now buzz. tawaf is like salah, except you're allowed to speak. So when you speak, speak only good. In other words, don't be swearing and cursing somebody and you don't laugh. Just because you like to speak. And you're allowed to speak. It doesn't break it off. True. Okay, so there's an element of so this Ibadah there, but there's flexibility there as well. Nobody said you can't speak about this. And you can't speak about that nobody can.

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All right. So if somebody comes along, they say yeah, you allowed to speak now if you say something about back home, and how your business is a few words is when

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you come in and you see the cover and you feel like making dua to Allah Ya Allah.

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Giovanni says betta frogs along didn't do that. Well.

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See, he goes big. And then you find this authentic narrations from some of the companions who did that actually companions. So when he says

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he's got them in guarantee he's not checked, but there was some companions who actually did it as well.

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So my concern with and that, that caused a whole surge of individuals who are his followers in this country and others who are having a go Muslims

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in their everyday life and saying bid, bid, bid, bid. Everything we can almost everything we did was bid.

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What they said, your organization that you do Islamic work with is called youngest.

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In the UK,

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in the 80s, I was involved in that or said, yeah, what's the problem? He said, it's a bit of what I said, Because you call that an M.

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So what you want us to call it, nothing.

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So I said, if we call it nothing will be done will be known as the organization with no name. So some gone in your organization with no name.

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Honestly, this, I'm not making this up. It came from that attitude and their, their demands, were telling them this, then we found because in the end, they couldn't deal with it. 510 years later, they call themselves a name as well.

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They had to, we said, Oh, so you're the organizer with no name. And then 10 years later, they had a name, a very long name in Arabic, with nobody could remember, I still can't remember it. But they had a name. So this is better going stupid.

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So we used to say,

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somebody say, Oh, I'm here to check your Aqeedah.

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All right, so I'm gonna ask you a question. So you could check my opinion,

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is a library work? I'd say now, well, what do you understand by Allah Swa installed? What do you stand by Allah establishing themselves from the throat?

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Allah so what do you understand why?

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Because they want to, they want to trip you up and say, Look, he's a personal beta. On it said, Where's Allah? So when somebody said from our

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students or anywhere, they said, Allah is everywhere and stuff, but Allah bigger, you've just uncovered now you have to say the shahada like their mom's law again, otherwise, you're covered.

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All right, this is disgraceful.

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The private police hide by who? I don't know. And how dare you go around judging people and sending them to the fire?

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Anyway, so when they asked me where the lie said, What were Malcolm ADA mercantile He is with you, wherever you are, according to the Quranic verse, and they were stuck, they know what to say next.

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Because in a way, I said, I said the same is everywhere, but I said it by quoting the Quranic verse, or whichever you where you turn your face you will find

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they will stop now asking about establishing themselves on the throne. So we call to the MA Malik Malik Imam Malik said

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he's beautiful. He say, because somebody asked him about the same thing. Imam Malik, who died 179 After Hijiri Tabby taboo in the great scholars of Islam, somebody asked him about it. So Allah,

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Allah establishing so how does it happen? He said, You know, the Allah one. He said, Allah is still a little harsh maloom

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what kafer Mattoon was to Al and who beat ah

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wa Eman be he

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watching. He said a few beautiful words he says is establishing himself on the throne is from a fact our legal slavery. It is a well known fact how it happens is unknown. To ask about it is

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to ask about it is made up so the bid has on human factor you're asking us about it Mr. Malik. As he says a bit as on you should be asking. He's been asked to believe in it is fun to watch you beautiful statement. Anyway. So my example those are just to

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show us that people get carried away with little knowledge and can make everyday things like naming organizations. Yeah.

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This has been this has been

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because they haven't understood the concept actually haven't understood the concept. Not in all cases. In other cases they're all Mr.

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Hall with greatest respect, but they can also make mistakes and they can widen the issue of beta two people's culture and the way people sit like they were going around and this is still popular this that when you go to somebody's house, whether it's family or otherwise to grieve after somebody's died when you go there do offer your condolences but don't sit down

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if you sit down it's better

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now than we ever had this this is so popular with Alia leaf and especially coming out from Saudi Arabia this kind of opinion. You're not allowed to sit down

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because they said we have no evidence points on sat down. We're

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just gonna deal with the bad

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I go to my family's house and say I've come to offer, you know, offering condolences for whoever has died from uncle and aunt, but I can't sit down.

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I have to stand with you got bad leg. I need to say,

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Oh, my family got bad. And I guess let's sit down it. I've come from along wherever you can't sit down. So you have to be if you can't sit down, you're only going to be there for about two minutes. And when you go away the people think what a heartless soul that is. It didn't even have the decency to sit down. Yeah, but he's saying and there's been big arguments between Alia beef and railways in Halifax and Bradford and other places in families where they're coming to offer condolences to their own family members. And they are not sitting down

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and the others are offended. Right? Or that party is the one that's had the death and the other opinion people come to their house and want to offer condolences sit down, and the horse says our stuffer Allah you are not allowed to

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cut why because He's bitter. You see that? It is

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unbelievable. I am telling you true stories. I haven't made these up

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fights occurred within tie families because some went down that road and this is how they approached it.

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And that spirit of feeling of grief and love and brotherhood was lost because of this stupidity which was called bitter and it is not bitter at all.

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It is not somebody saying I'm saying praise life or Janessa sitting down sit down because they come to your house. It's not part of your duties first of all no, that's been going crazy. I've given you some examples of it going crazy

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if I

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look at one or two examples I'm not going to finish this topic because I don't want to I want to complete it next time so fully understood. If we

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look tissue

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mahadi Muslim

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there was a famous incident

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I want to win Hatha Radi Allahu

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from the whole of Russia

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in his time this bucket has gone probably saw some obviously gone. What did he do in regards to salatu salam we

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know if we didn't do that if we have both narrations

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some narration is mentioned and they did eight other mentioned they actually did 20 That was an issue

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in the establishing as a German. Absolutely. That's one thing he did.

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Okay, what else did you do differently early? Absolutely. Where do you bring it?

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No, no timeline. Obviously it was in the masjid. Its operation after Isha.

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When did the Prophet saw some great, late towards the end of the night, after two thirds of the night went by, in the last province awesome. Came out on three occasions and started praying.

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He didn't announce it

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for everybody to come and join him either. It so happened he started praying and he was this other joint that behind him.

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And he prayed long, long. Really long prayer Subhan allah sallallahu sallam, in one report to say, one of the nights he came, we thought we were going to lose our soul. It was so long a prayer. Right? But it was voluntary. He didn't tell him to join. They just did. But after the third night, he didn't turn up again after the prophesies. They said he came this again they didn't come up with that.

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And they asked him why.

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He said they might become obligatory on the on the profits. I only did three ever.

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That was on at one time in one juncture that we know.

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So that is from this isn't about that. Are we talking about that? I know Yes.

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So, I'm going to toggle on when he does that he makes him two Imams obey Ben Cobb and Camilla Adare are the two Imams and he organize the Sahaba and the tabby in we live with having died now

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when I said so you must think it must be right. Or life has slipped from my tongue.

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Will there be Tabby in

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I'm just asking you to explain it to me. You're gonna get away with just saying yeah, children have this habit, but they haven't reached puberty.

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Young children at

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the time was puberty to deal with being Debbie. You talked about the Profit System. I'm not saying anything. I'm just telling you. When I'm talking about almost

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making two people Imams, am I talking about the time we were prophesized one.

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I've already said that, would that have been?

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Yes, didn't see. Absolutely. People probably saw some passed away as other people now there will never who never met the province as far as believers, because there is

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now, so he gathers them and he makes the GMR. And it's after Isha on a daily basis.

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Some mentioned eight trocars into two regards, some mentioned 20 as well. That's never been an issue with Saba and Tabby and those who came up from so many different opinions. So many different things were done in Medina and McKenna were differences. Yeah, they were doing 21 McCann they were doing 36 or 39 in in Medina, as is mentioned by Alma, so that was an issue. So but when he does it, he stands to one side. So actually, and this is reported, so he's talking to others or however yields have been, so they're praying and he's standing to himself. You wonder why Why don't you pray?

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And he says, Radi Allahu Allah he says Matt little bit Arhavi

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net let will be the Arhavi

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one of the best bits as innovations is this one

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when he says something else he didn't stop there. I didn't put full stop there. He said Well lucky. Well let he Jana Munna and Ha.

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Up dulu

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up after no Minella T Yakumo.

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However he said the ones who are sleeping now they're not praying it now

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better and more virtuous than the ones who were actually standing and praying it now oh

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and people forgot this little segment and when I make it in the mosque in Ramadan people see us suffer Allah you're saying the people are asleep now and they're gonna get up to pray like the profits I've seen the last of the night but they're better I was up nine said I'm not saying it I'm for human body and Muslim was almost said Who am I in front of all so you can argue with him go now you will him Don't argue with me

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because how can what he's doing praying after he shall be better than what the prophesy some dig so if you want to really argue gonna argue with the messenger of God, if you're gonna have a go me and some did have a go of me.

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Stuff for Allah. So I say

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stuff Rola because that's AMR knows that

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yet we forgot that afterwards.

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We forgot that afterwards.

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That's what he still says even though he does that. He says the ones who are asleep to get up later and pray and they will be praying in Jamar and be doing it individually.

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So here the Jamaat value he and what he's doing it as is to make it easier so more people can join for those who are not going to pray later at all that they can get the benefit and they can hear the Quran recitation of the Quran from the likes of obey being carbon tamiment dari from the Sahaba reciting beautifully not affect them. So you can see the Master Hand the benefit, okay.

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He calls it be the idol. But he says net net will be that Okay, so is that better happy Kia or bigger either fear

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Halkidiki amines real vida?

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All blameworthy? Muda

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muda or fear is the other one. So which one is it?

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The praiseworthy, it must be no Sahabi like Omar or any Savi is going to do when our which is mentioned in this hadith are we talking about Islam?

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But he uses the same word hence Allah ma like Imam Shafi and is the dean of the of the salam they use with Allah muda began with movement alright even though the prophesy some says school no be that in Malala All That Is,

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is misguidance. But they still understand from the coil, that it means cool Lupita to happy Tia, every real bit are going to be the filmmakers MUMA is de la la. Yeah, some scholars like my teacher,

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and others, others he prefers not to use the word bid at all for anything which is good.

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He sees it as Muslim or use other words, because he said prophesized using the word good Lupita. And, and yet he gives the example of Ahmed, he says almost using the word beta in a language sense, not the same definition here. Because in my teacher's opinion, when you use the word beta in a positive way, it can confuse people basically people don't know but but I think it also clarifies for people as well. I respect my teacher teachers, but I think having this separation like mom Shafi did and he's the dean of this lab and Omar bin Khattab using that, for me is a positive because it clarifies clarifies the difference. No.

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Notice that this bigger is in a burden.

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So why are we accepting it?

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That's the question.

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That's the question. Why did Obama do it? Sahaba didn't stand up who were alive still objecting, saying our stuff for Allah this is better or not, what are you doing? The whole Ummah accepted it? We accepted it to the extent that we think it's obligatory Eisley to pray a throwaway press then we went too far. That is a bit I actually think that and we look down on those who don't come up for throwing and actually who wake up later and praying the last third of the night.

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That would be a bit chilly.

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But notice how the old man said today I will leave that question what I'm asking

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why was it this allowed?

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For you lots to think about? The answer will come in two weeks time we have a break next time in sha Allah when we complete the topic of whether or not Allah pico Holy Moly how that was started. In the whole game. We're happy with that line with handling layer