Munir Ahmed – Session 32 Obedience and Asking

Munir Ahmed
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Okay humbly legged Biloela Mina Salatu was Salam.

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Ala Ashraful MBI will mursaleen wa ala alihi wa sahbihi

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wa bad

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furnace Allah Tala and you're filling out now you can fit on NASA yeah Tina Ness Allahu Alma nerf it what is going worse it was illegal to walk away illegal in my safe. Well hold on when I Porter illa Billahi La La Jolla when we begin, brothers and sisters always by praising Allah is the Lord of the worlds

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and the blessings and

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peace on his messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam after which we ask Allah for

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wide system is useful knowledge which is beneficial to us and understanding. And on him we utterly depend on to him is our turn.

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are in the middle of for anybody who's joining for the first time and I don't know if there is but we've been going on with this 14 DS exposition or ShotSpotter Sharif for many months now.

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So those who may be joining now, they can always refer back to the previous recording which will be available soon Inshallah, I hope so

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openly to the public, to go through what we've gone through before.

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And we're obviously doing the covering the, in these sessions, the 40 Hadith of Imam and never we

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shut off no week as is non verbal Zecharia

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will actually 40 to a collective but when they say 14, the mean, around 14 I don't mean exactly has to be 40.

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the exposition or stuff, as I've explained before, is based on

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my understanding of the Hadith, but with reference to various expositions which have been done from classical times. A small and before we go to the expositions, the the book have to remind us of Imam another week is called Arbaeen.

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FEMA Banyule. Islam. Were aware it'll

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it'll ask.

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Yeah, the 40 Hadith he means, which are the very foundations Madonnina al Islam were the foundations of Islam. I think one of the previous talks, I've had my body principles, no, it's my band, Neil Islam, more correctly, the very founding the 40 Hadith, which had to do with the very foundations of Islam, and to do with the rules to

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linked with the rulings, the legal rulings.

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Those that formed the basis of legal remaining important legal legal ruling. So these are the ahaadeeth. He's chosen himself

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in this small collection, in regards to exploit positions that I said,

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I've been presenting, I will present my understanding from the various ahaadeeth that we take, and we don't go into great, great detail with them.

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Together with reference to expositions from past and present specifically, more specifically,

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Imam nawawi did a chance or exposition himself which was very brief, but it does go back to him.

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So we have referenced to that in the and also after him, some 3040 years or so after him was Imam tofi, who also has an exposition on the 42 heavies of Imam nawawi

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which is in much more detail Imam a toughie was a humbly scholar from that time. And he's I find his exposition his exegesis.

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Very, very useful.

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And with has deep insight

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together also

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studied with it.

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The famous most famous exposition of the 40 Hadith of Imam nawawi.

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And which is by Edna Roger humbly scholar. And that's he comes nearly 100 years after Mr. novelry. And he adds another way you could say at least to the hadith of Imam no way to make 50 Calling

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Imam bookfi Is is called attack game fi or buying the book fisherman or buying, meaning the specific or the book for the exposition of the 40 Hadith meaning of unknowing that says book a time

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in Rajapakse book is

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dua Miel.

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Alone, while Hichem increased.

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We have seen a hadith than men Joanne Kelly.

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Yeah, and he his book is very famous and the most famous book of expedition of the 40s or 50s of as he's put together, and a very Compendium as he calls it, a compendium. Yeah.

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Jamia Alaikum of wisdom,

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a normal HECM of compendium of science knowledge, meaning and our wisdom in 50. Hadith. Yeah. From the person, meaning the Prophet SAW Islam who had brevity in speech.

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So we have reference for that those who have been in the classes, there's no, they know that I mentioned these various sources. Also, with reference to another famous collection, a sharp or expedition was, and there's many, there's many some said around 100 A different exhibition. But these are some of the most famous ones. Another one from past time, from around the 10th century, after Hijra was done by

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Imam Ibn Hajr al hate to me not in the hydrosol Escalon you will get fatter body but even hijacked hate me

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which is actually more been the clear opening.

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And he does that again on the 14 days of the month, no way. There's some reference for that. I don't find it to be the best of them but it is still useful.

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And present day we have in English a three

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volume exposition done in English by six Zaragoza. And I make reference for that at times and critique of various things that come in that there's another more recent one

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done by a scholar in the Middle East and it's done in English.

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I forgotten the name of it now I do make some reference to it. It's pretty brief. And some places it's useful and some places it doesn't really go into any great detail.

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So those are some of the references now

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the last session we had before COVID struck a May Allah smart Allah give us clearance from it and keep us protected

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Allama Amin

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we were we started with a session on Hadith number nine at least number nine now what I intend to do for those who were actually there for that session is to because to start in the middle of it without reference I intend to relook at the thing afresh

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so that people who are joining us for the first time that they're they're not left in limbo, or missing out what we said about this idea before

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so as always, we begin with the Hadith itself as is reported and mentioned by Imam nawawi himself

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and Hadith number nine, and if you look at what

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some people have got their mics on

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okay, no worries.

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I think they're realizing

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ideally, you should have your 40 Hadith book with you in front of you. So when I make reference you know what I'm talking about

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with the Arabic and English ideally but if you've got even just the English that's fine. So here in Hadith number nine, I'll have use of tacit

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Imam NaVi says and

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that'd be Hooray data up garage man. Even Sakhalin Radi Allahu Anhu all submit to the school Allah He Salallahu Alaihe Salam Maria Cool, man I hate to come and who Ffestiniog who want to come be fat to me who Mr. Bottom, the Inanna adelakun Latina Amin cobbly Come Castra to Messiah Ilya him Elohiym work dilla for home, MBA him or Wahoo Bihari one Muslim.

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So the translation first

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as ma'am no we has what he sent here. He said, It is reported on the authority of Abu Hooray data. Abdul Rahman Ibanez suffer, may Allah be pleased with him?

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Who said, I heard the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Salam say, what I have forbidden you from? Yeah, stay away from it. And what I've ordered you to do, then do it as much as you are able to? For surely

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those who went before you were before you were only destroyed because of the excessive questioning? Yeah, excess excessive questioning of the prophets and their differing with the prophets. As is reported, he says by Bukhari and Muslim. So that's the meaning of Hadith.

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First thing, let us mention something about Abu Hurayrah Pro, the Allahu Anhu is mentioned as the generator or whatever.

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And he's been known as a banana from the time of Sahaba is not an unknown some people in latter times more recent times started even objecting to who is disabled what Ada and blah, blah, blah, we don't know him. We don't know his name, etc, etc. Okay, well, that was his nickname. He was known as Abu Hurayrah.

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His actual and, and if you notice, when I'm not with reporting this service, he's mentioning Abu Hurayrah. And he mentions his full name, Abdul Rahman Ibn sufferer,

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Abdul Rahman Ibn suffer.

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If you look at the original Hadith, this hadith, and he said it's mentioned in Bihar a Muslim, yes, it is my symbol for a Muslim, but not exactly as he's put it here, he's taken a chunk out of it. And because of brevity, and remember, he's got a brief book, 40 Hadith. It doesn't always take as we've seen before, from the previous studies, all the long Hadith, it takes a section he wants to focus on and deal with, and we'll have the Athenian Allah man for kaha have done that in the past and all times and presently, and it's absolutely fine to do that, as long as the bit that you take out isn't taken out of context, and it gives the right and complete meaning. So, it is not for the laypeople

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to do it is for all AMA and for kaha to do if necessary for the reason of brevity. And we Allama have always done that. I mean, we covered the Hadith which is a long Hadith Hadith number one in the Malama Lavinia Kama Sutra, salam, surely every deed is judged by its intention, but often Allah ma fuqaha Imams will use the first part of it, not the whole of it and just say in the Malama Lavinia that's not the full Hadith. Yeah, but it gives the, the Jews the very succinct core of what the meaning of the hadith is that every deed and everything that we do is according to intention, we have an intention when we do anything. So every deed is judged by the intention in similarly, it can

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happen with other Hadith as is the case with this. So if you look at the heavy thing, Bukhari Muslim and the chain, when they mentioned above radar, they haven't got this Abdurrahman Ibn Safford, in my mother was put into clarify, who, who Abu Hurayrah in most popular opinion was, what was his real name?

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And similarly, this is mentioned by a toughy. In his exegesis, or in his exposition of this hadith, he mentioned in the chain of drama. And so does Imam Ibn Hydra hate to me, but you'll see if you look at

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Ibn Rajab

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the 50, Healtheast Compendium, he doesn't mention it in the chat, he just mentioned that it will forever but mentions otherwise the same handy so this is just an addition which is fine to put there. To clarify, the name specifically is not adding to the Hadith, or the words of the Hadith. Now in the Gospel Hurayrah.

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A bunch of say, for example, there's 10 different opinions. In the hijab hate to me says there's 35 different opinions on The Real News.

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Name of Abu Hurayrah.

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Okay, so nothing absolutely certain doesn't mean we're not absolutely certain that already existed or not. We're not absolutely certain what his real name was. Yeah, he was known like Abu Bakr was known and he has a full name as well. He was known Abu Hurayrah. That was his nickname. He was known by his nickname during the time that prophesy Salam, and continued to be known by that name. After until the day he died. So everybody knew who he was. So it makes no difference whether we actually know his correct name or not know his correct name, because we know who the person is. He is Abu Hurayrah.

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So even though there may be certifiable 10 to 35 different opinions, I find the most perhaps the most and I cannot say with absolute certainty, but perhaps the most popular amongst Muslims on that and the dilemma and scholars was this name. Abdul Rahman Eman suffered dosi from the tribe of a dose. Yeah, that's why he's known as a dosi, which is against them again, the most popular opinion.

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I will Herrera and now we have as hydrilla hates me mentioned in his work.

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I've been, he mentioned various reports from Bill Barr, the Andalusian Maliki scholar, and other reports.

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On to in regards to why he was caught up in Herrera and now the bar mentions, and we have no clarity about the exact authenticity of these reports. And that's what the difference of opinion was, he called them by the prophets, Allah Salam because the Prophet SAW Islam so he wants can carrying a cat in his sleeve of his garment and said, What's that? And he said, That cat so the prophesy Salam said, Yeah, either her EVA or father of kittens, or ADA is like a small cat and kittens.

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And was it that and that's what I've been mentioned certainly happened. Others, Allah ma say, he was called by by the Sahaba, because they saw him playing with a cat or kitten's. Other said he was called back by his father. Yeah, as a nickname. So these are various opinions, but what we know is what the meaning of the nickname of Ornella certainly we know where it is what the reason for it, we don't know. But that was his name. Definitely. Yes, it is true. As some people raise this as a rejection, the herbal VEDA. What is established as true from authentic hadith is he embraced Islam in the seventh year of his era of the Prophet SAW Selim, so only four years left of the prophesy

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son's life. And Abu Huraira arrived on the scene.

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Some people now object, how can we report it modern? Around 5000

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He comes so late on the scene, and now he's reporting one of the most, though who reports are these. Okay, so let's clarify that Abu Hurayrah Nabila who

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arrived Yes, of the year of Hiber. And he was there with the with the Prophet saw some of that he was one of the companions in the mosque of us hard Bush sofa or Assad, who suffer as it's known for those who take fucka Sierra with me know that that means companions not on the bench, but really companions who were given shelter. They were in sheltered accommodation in that mosque, yeah, to one side or to the end of the mosque. It was for poor companions, who had no home. And they had meager means of living. Abu Huraira reports himself in authentic hadith, saying that I met more than 70 companions of the sheltered,

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given shelter in the mosque. And not one of them had a cloak, either he had izhar, which was the lower garment or, or, again, just they had a single garment or a long garment, which they used to tie around the neck. And sometimes the garment would come as far as just halfway down the calf. Other times it would just come near their ankle, and they would tie it and they will be getting it together. So they wouldn't be naked when they were sitting down or going in prayer because they had no undergarments. So that's what he means by the these were poor companions. And they were looked after by the Muslim community and by the Prophet salallahu Salam, however, not all of them, but we

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can say, but many of them are some of them certainly were those who were scholars from amongst them because these people like Abu Huraira because they were in the mosque all the time, and they were

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Then above and beyond that used to accompany the Prophet saw us on everywhere and we're always listening to the prophesy some teaching, while other company is majority of that were busy working, looking after their families, etc. These were sat in the mosque. Yeah. But doesn't mean all of them became scholars because every companion is not a scholar, the scholars amongst the companions on the races are these are well known from the Companions themselves from the tabby in and those who came after them, and we know who they are. And override is one of them.

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Not the other one. So he spent his time doing that. So he's like a full time education or you can say a university for four years with the private side salon, while others are busy with with life and see the poster some every now and then I saw our time and then go home again. Yeah, so the massive difference and there's a lot you can learn in that time, when you're a company that prophesized them so much. That's one side. Secondly, secondly,

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nobody criticized really from the Companions time that Whoa, who is dismountable for ADA retour Reporter The founder, prophesy, Solon. No, nobody criticized from them or from the tabby who learn from him or learn from other companies are publicized. So I'm saying don't go and take it from Google. Right? I don't know what he's talking about. He's only company, a company the profit for years, nobody said that. Nobody said that at all. So, he is corroborated by the Sahaba themselves. So how to self accept accepted of horrendous companionship I learned this from the Prophets time that he was learning. Thirdly,

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it is reported Hadith in Bukhari that Abu Hurayrah don't allow one he came to the prophesy slim on one occasion, doesn't say when he came to him and obviously this is while he's in sheltered accommodation in the mosque and he said to the messenger, Alyssa, yada so Allah,

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I learned Hadith from you and I have a tendency to keep forgetting them.

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So the prophesy Salam said to him to Abu Hurayrah he said, Give me your cloak, stretch out your cloak,

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stretch out your clock, the number of errors reporting himself is saying what did the publicize them do? Well, besides them went like this with his hand as I was putting something in my cloak like that, lifting it and putting it in my cloak. Then he said gather your quote together meaning gathering and then put it on? He said so I did. And I never forgot her deeds from the Prophet saw some after that

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Subhanallah so this is something special that I will read as reporting authentically is in Buhari that the previous lesson did for a boo boo writer

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not for others. So this gives him a version for Lila What did the Prophet saw some because prophesised was only mining but this is ill will save what was prophesied some putting in to his clock which made him remember forever. A lowly knows

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Allah lonely nose that's hidden. Yeah. And he's doing that is

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a virtual representation of prophesy some giving something to above Rayleigh, which will help him to remember all these are the five classes so that he reported that form.

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And that's what I will read also famously said, an authentic hadith that I know

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most Hadith mean, the time we spent all the time, and perhaps because of this particular special thing that prophesised did for him, except for one person.

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Abdullah, the Honorable us.

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He is the only one who perhaps know more than me, because while I remember them off by Hawk that was special against special

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memories were special at that time anyway. Yeah. And people can be special in memories. Now if they spend their time doing that kind of thing. But then prophesize some doing that with regards it's cloak has made it special, like a special blog. Yeah, a special thing that prophesy some gave as a virtue to Abu Huraira, which helps him remember and he said, perhaps the only other person who knows more than me is a blunder among us, because he writes down the Hadith of the Prophet syslogd.

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And that shows you again from authentic hadith were actually written, yeah, I'm available to Tabby in at the time of the Prophet salaallah Salam of London, I'm gonna ask you to write them as others did, as well. Therefore, if he if he was writing, others were, but I will write as students and their multitude many of them wrote from him.

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A Hadith that he was teaching afterwards in the mosque of Medina, after the Prophet saw some left this world Salallahu Salam.

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So this is

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Indigo Abu Huraira special thing regarding his cloak is a bit like the DUA that the police are submit for our blood. Abbas dilla Juan Omar, he's young cousin of lamda Abbas, Glenda Abbas was on Houma

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was and if you look at this example, he was only 1012 years of age when the Prophet SAW Salem left this world. He'd already by that age learn a hadith directly of the Prophet saw some of by heart.

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Even though again, he came to Medina yet perhaps only

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three or four years here because he was in Macau before that. But for him the problem is is he's young cousin, Blanca who was who was the son of our bus, his uncle, of course who embraced Islam laters as we know, after around to Mecca time.

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So province or submit a special blog for his young cousin

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saying a lot more fucky who fit Dean what a limo tech wheel.

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Oh Allah, give him understanding of the dean

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of the religion

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and teach him ya Allah will. Yeah, that we have means

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an explanation. Yeah, deep exposition of the Quran, where I live, who will?

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And that's what happened with lambda Abbas I blogged our bus came to be respected even when senior companions were around even at a time of ombudsman Hapa when he was Khalifa, Abdullah Abbas now was perhaps 1415 years of age and used to sit amongst senior companions with Amr ibn Khattab even though some of them objected. And I haven't got time to go into the full story, but briefly, and one occasion he said Omer was trying to show him off about here. Show not himself offshore blending the advice is knowledge of to make the senior companies realize that's why we're sitting in their midst because he knew deep knowledge about the Quran. He learned that from Prophet sizer but he also

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learned majority of what he reports as we know from other companions of the Prophet Celeste some senior companions

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and he was at then became a came to be known as torture manual Quran. Yeah, towards a little crown by the Muslim ummah, from Sahaba and Tabby in afterwards as the translator or the interpreter of the Quran, that sublime, the Ibis brigalow Anoma, and almost tried to show him off with the gathering of companions by asking about the seed of solid. And NASA, for example, is that idea that's why he will fat. Yeah, and they get the various opinions and a blunderbuss says this surah where it was a will give was the indication of the death of the Prophet saw somebody ended the life of his son. And Omar said, that's what I know from this surah as well.

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So in other words, he's correct. So that's special to our, for a blog, Abbas. And therefore, it had a massive impact

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in regards to his learning and knowledge, and passing on that knowledge and interpretation is similar to what the Prophet saw some describe Abu Hurayrah

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Yeah. And that corroborates why he learned, he's spending all that time. And also, I had a special virtue of learning so many handdyed from a buffet is that some so that's in regards to

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Abu Huraira

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Raja Lahore. And now, the Hadith

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which is mentioned here, as I said, is a portion of the Hadith. So even though nobody says it is related, but highly Muslim, it is true. But I've mentioned the Hadith to you here, which begins by saying from the prophesy, so what I forbidden you to do stay away from it. Okay, those are the words and then it ends with those being destroyed, who asked lots of questions and then different with their with their profits. So if you go to Muslim

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Yeah, and Imam No, we mentioned that in his extended exegesis in his exposition, the brief one with and he says, I took this from

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a Muslim Saturday. If we look back and we see and there'll be who Radiata Paul, we have the more details. So if you want to do a Sharif is better going back to the full Hadith and all its various narration which are authentic,

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which will give you a much clearer idea of perhaps context and helps you to understand was the situation it was being set in and is there more detail

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to it. So here we find the full full of detail on radar reporting.

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all caught up and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam for call. Are you a nurse on the front of the lower Lake and will headscarf would you have tolerated June Akula Armenia rasool Allah secutor had to call hasta Lassen for callers who lie Salallahu Salam low cool to Nam la vergeben. Well, I messed that up to sum up all the Rooney metric to come in Lika Montana, Montana Avila Combi castrati so early him work the laffy him Allah MBA him for that matter come be che fepto Min whom Mr. datum? What is that? And I hate to come and say federal Oh, oh, for the oh

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yeah, we have about 10 minutes to mark Robinson.

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Who's telling me that so far.

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So far. What I said was, we'll have plenty of time for Maghrib for when we finish, we can pray Milgrim after that, okay. Sorry, as mother tongue goes on till Isha prayer. So, if we were finishing, you know, late, then fine. We're gonna finish in Sharla, around eight, five past dates, everybody's able to stop from here and then on prem. Well, we've immediately that all right with everybody.

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Okay, so what time is it now? Plus?

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Yes, 35 past lovers. Okay. So basically, this is the full version where he's where email, nobody's taken his extract from any here. Notice it says that a Buddha says that the prophets are some address this gives a sermon one day and he said, oh people,

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Allah has made obligatory upon you the Hajj. Yeah.

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And so, so do the Hajj. That's what he said.

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So a person and then said, is that every year your messenger of Allah prophesy some messenger, Allah stayed quiet, didn't answer, and then you repeat it a second time, then you repeat it a third time is that every year. So then the messiness, Allah Salla. Some responded, he said, had I said yes. to your to your question, it would have become obligatory to do every year, and you would not be able to do it.

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You would not be able to do it.

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Then he said, leave me alone when I leave you alone. In other words, if I say just do the Hajj, take it in its widest meaning, which is just do the hard ones. Yeah, don't keep on persisting. Yeah, because it'll just become adding more details makes it more difficult. So just leave it as it is. So when I say do the Hajj gives the widest meaning, which just go and do the hard ones. And that's even so leave me alone, while I leave you alone, for surely those who came before you were destroyed because of their excessive questioning and differing with their profits.

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Then he says when I order you to do something, do do of it as much as you can. And when I forbid you from doing something, then leave it alone or stay away from it. So for that oval, now

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Amir's on nascent the Buhari version as well before we.

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And the Buhari version is

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not the longer version, same Muslim which is authentic as well, because when when narrators are reporting, they don't always give the full narration they sometimes give part of it, as long as it makes sense, just like you know, we've just taken apart of it. So this one generator from Abu Huraira, who which, who behind her is from I mentioned this part only that the prophesy Salam said one day, the only man trapped to Come Leave me alone, as long as leave you alone. For surely the people who came before you will only destroy because of that. And because of that questioning. Here doesn't mean mention excessive questioning, but it means that because we get that from the other

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Hadith, or that questioning and deferring with their profits. When I forbid you from doing something, stay away from it fights Tinubu and when I order you to do something, then do it as much as you can.

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Yeah, so I just tend to

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stay away from it. Yeah, in Muslim it said Leave it alone. Here. Stay away from it. So just different different words.

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used to mean the same thing.

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You notice if you have the hadith of Imam nawawi in front of you that he's used from Imam Bihari fights to nibble and he begins with the last part first of the Hadith

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when I forbid you from doing something, stay away from it whenever they do something, then do it as much as you can.

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And then comes back to the first part. Yeah.

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Well, not not mentioning the first few words which said leave me alone if I leave you alone, it just leaves that out and mentions for for those who came before you only perished and this were destroyed because of their questioning and because excessive questioning or or deferring with the profits. So, this is just to show you that were the original hadith is in Bukhari Muslim and how Imam know is taken out a section from that

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section from that which he wants to deal with, which he wants to deal with.

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if we deal with first

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the context

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and the context is not just mentioned here, but the context is mentioned

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of disadvantages which links it with a chronic IR which was revealed similarly about excessive questioning and different with the profits

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in a hadith which is most sent by Imam telemovie

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which there's some debate over but Imam telemovie calls it hasn't a good Hadith acceptable in other words, but it's authentic version of the same relief. So I'm going to mention now is, is from Abu Huraira again,

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whereas the mantra images from Oliver there'll be tolerated in in their pajamas. Saturday, in the bands. There were collectors of Hadith from just after a time of Bukhari Muslim, if there was any man in neckband. That hadith is authentic in their narration. And in this one, it mentions that when Allah subhanaw taala revealed the idea while Allah Allah Nasi, he will bait Minister Dai Li Sevilla, the Quran when Allah revealed in the Quran for people, yeah, it is obligatory upon them to perform the hajj for those who are able to make the way for those who have the ability

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Minister pilots to be able to make their way

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Callooh they said, meaning the Companions ya rasool Allah or messenger of Allah, fie coolie Amin for a second, that same question wet now notice here, they said, O Messenger of Allah, that sounds like in the plural, doesn't it?

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If you remember one of the Hadith we did before that sometimes the word comes a nurse, or in this case, they said implausible. And he's referring to one person, not the whole of humanity. And not the whole, all of the companions didn't say it. It was actually one man, which we know from the other Hadith, that one of the people one of the Sahaba he said this, but look how it's put across. And that's Arabic language. You know, they said, he means he said, Yeah, one of them said,

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is that every year and this is very important, when interpretational Hadith has been done. And for those who don't know, these intricacies are big language can have a misinterpretation and therefore misrepresent what is actually being said, as was done with a hadith that we covered before, very dangerously used by extremists about fighting.

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And I don't want to go into the details of that. So they sent a messenger of Allah is that every year? Yeah. So he stayed quiet. Then they said O Messenger of Allah is that every year, same is the same person.

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And then it says the prophesied so I'm saying if I had said yes, it would have been would have been obligatory, similar to the words inside Muslim for Anzahl Allah so Allah sent down but now here's something extra in the Hadith and telemovie, even Hosanna and if there had been we have some extra information, so Allah sat down

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A verse 101 In Surah Al Qaeda if you want to make a note of it

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last night that says,

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Yeah, are you * as ina

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new to Bella calm fala. Who

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law Hoover food on the holly are you who believe, don't ask about things that if they were made apparent to you, and that it would they would actually be harmful for you.

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But if they if you ask all of you, while the Crown has been revealed, it will be made clear to you.

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Allah has pardoned you for what has gone before, for sure. And Allah is all forgiving and unkind and forbearing.

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No, this is therefore links with this advice, and therefore it can't be ignored when we're doing interpretation of the Hadith. And actually, most of the

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the expositions that I referred to earlier, they don't even mention this idea. And but it's very important to mention this is very important because it links with the Hadith and the authentic versions of it as well, which mentioned in one of the reasons Abu Hurayrah. In the version of the headband, he says, in the heart how to heal allottee filmer EDA and this is Alec, this idea which is in cinema it was revealed in relationship to this issue. Yeah, of people asking too many questions. And we have Similarly, another narration from above which links

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perhaps and clarifies better. What kind of questioning this means. There's two kinds, one which is in the Hadith, where the companion keeps asking is that every year is that every year, there is a there's something there that we need to look at. Why was that looked negatively upon? And secondly, is clarified. The second kind of questioning is clarified here in a hadith in Bukhari Sahih Bukhari from Abdullah Abbas raviolo and Roma who I mentioned earlier, and he says, on Canada Full Moon Yes, Alou rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi salam is Tez is this and

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he says, Glenda bursts

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that some people

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were asking the Messenger of Allah questions. mockingly

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Yeah, for your call Roger. So the man said one man said, Man or be who's my father? Why a call Roger another man said Cardillo Nakata. Who ain't are naughty. So what another person said? Yeah, who's a camel had been lost? Yes. Hello, where's my camel? Is that the kind of things to ask? The Prophet SAW insulin. So they're making mockery, they were trying to make it last. It was like monastics yet or people who are jackin Yeah. laughing and mockery and asking stupid questions.

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To the prophets, Allah Salam. Yeah.

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And in one version, it actually mentioned

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a madman In another Hadith, which is authentic, was asking because every time he would end up in an argument people would call him by the name of not he's not who he claimed to be his father. Somebody else's name. Right, which was like a an insult so

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so he's he asked who's my father?

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And not the kind of question you want to ask anyway, generally, because if the progresses and reveals that your father Danny Slike,

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pointing the finger of adultery on to your mother, if your real father is revealed, isn't it? That's not good news.

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If it's hidden, it's been left hidden. So if you ask questions like that, which was no necessity from the to be answered, it will just being stupid in asking questions, which actually could cause them harm, harm in the sense of information first, if it comes out like who the real father is harmful in a community sense, or making mocking where's my camel? You know, have lost it. That's just just making

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A total mockery of the of the thing. And that's an insult to the prophesy slim and what he's actually come with in regards to guidance. He didn't come as a prophet just to fool around and tell you who's going to do this and who's gonna win and who's going to, you know, so you can play have fun with him. And that's why

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that's why in one of the authentic leads, yeah. It mentioned that

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buy ins would which is also in Buhari, that when the Prophet SAW Islam was being asked excessively, these kinds of questions and people were like, some people amongst the Sahaba, were mockingly asking. He went up, he climbed up to the member from ally Salam that day. And he said, nothing you're gonna ask me today, except that I will clarify it for you. And he sent it in an angry way the prophesy son was very upset. Because of the way he was being asked questions. People were taking the mick basically,

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for jell o to algo Amina mushroom islands. So like I said, I look to the right and look to the left. And the Sahaba, those who understood when the Prophet SAW became angry and upset in this situation, they had their head in their hands and they were crying, watching this kind of behavior from some of the people in the mosque. And then

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then it mentions again, this person who used to be called by other than his father's name, who said, Who's my father, so he said, your father was alpha. And then one stood up,

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you know, this kind of thing and an online radio and saw this. And he saw that the prophesy son was upset and cross as well. So he said rodina Billa Hubba, almost quickly interjected in case they're gonna cause damage to themselves, these people who are gathered from the profit side Salam,

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being in that situation, and he said, We are pleased with Allah as our Lord and Islam as our deen will be Muhammadan rasul Allah and by with Muhammad as the messenger. Now the bIllahi min, so it will fit and we ask the refuge in Allah from the evil of

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the evil of this kind of fitna. Yeah,

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that's what he's saying.

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Yeah, the will also afflictions. So, almost doing that, then the Prophet says some carried on?

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Short, telling them about how he's been shown hellfire and Paradise, just near that wall so clearly, etc, as a warning. So you see from the context of these other authentic hadith, what kind of questioning is being disliked? Because if you look at the idea of the Quran, after mentioning, saying, don't ask, yeah, don't ask about things, if they are made apparent to you will be harmful for you. Then it goes on say and if you do ask things will while the Crown has been revealed, things will be clarified for you. So on the on a parent, if you look at the verse, it looks as though it's a contradiction, because it's saying don't ask and then it's saying then if you do ask, we'll make

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it clear for you things will become clearer for you know, it's the type of questioning which will be harmful for you how, if you ask stupid questions out of ignorance, and mockery, or stupidity of who's my father, will it's gonna be harmful if your father isn't your father, you claiming is yeah, that's gonna be harmful for you and for your mother, etc, etc. Yeah. Or,

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or it can be harmful, because you're doing it like when I fix word in a mocking way. That's going to be harmful, isn't it? Because you're having a laugh and a joke, and you're trying to ask stupid questions, and then argue with the prophets. Notice what the the Hadith we deliberating what they say. Those who asked multitude of questions, and then different with the prophets, their prophets. So it's like asking questions mockingly

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Oh, look what you said. Can't be that and then saying no, you're talking rubbish. That's called if they laugh. If they laugh at him and bat him.

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This if they laugh,

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and I looked at the

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the exposition done by Imam

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let me just

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double check before I mentioned they can

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and I think I think

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My mom thought she

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was Chloe. So

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yeah, Imam, a bofi, who came shortly, a few decades after, in his exposition. He goes on to pages and pages under this section of if the law for the OMA

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this this has nothing to do with this life of the OMA is it? Where's it talking about falafel onma is said it says here and they differed with the Prophets after excessive questioning. So the context is that the mockingly asking questions like the monastic kind of people are asking these questions, and then rejecting what the Prophet is saying, and you can't differ with the prophet who gives you an answer.

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You don't ask a prophet and then say, well, you That's your opinion, but my opinion is this.

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Can you imagine any Sahaba doing what doing with the messenger of allah sallallahu sana or any profits from before? Yeah, that is disbelief in the prophet that is covered.

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So the Hadith isn't talking about if the laugh of the Ummah and it's the laugh of the Ummah, means difference of opinion, which is legitimate within the OMA. That's why we had, we have the Messiah hip Hanafi amalickiah Shafi, Hannah Biller, and others who came from beginning of that time from the Sahaba Tabby until this time, outside the form of our hip as well other opinions as well which are legitimate, so that if tariff is not enough, that's called ithala for turnover, if the last of variety because we still had the variety of colors and opinions that are all admissible. Then there's a laugh of the OMA of Canada and the Itala, which turns them against each other. That's a

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different kind of XLR, which is obviously negative, divided the OMA against each other hating each other and divided rule comes into it, which has happened to us anyway. So that's a different issue. That's not being discussed in this hadith brothers and sisters is a way to think for yourself, look what he's saying.

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Guess what to

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So Ali

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Hawa, we're

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interviewing him Allah MB, West la, lala, MBA him and then a different with their profits. So here's the second kind of negative kind of questioning. Yeah, like monastics would do that mocking kind of questioning and then rejecting what the Prophet says as the answer. That would be if you allow the Quran says that kind of questioning if you ask it will be bad for you as well. The third kind of question which is bad for you is what comes in the Hadith which we've been which we started off with Which Imam Nam was taken from to do with the hunch why is that man who asked is that every year your Salah, also a negative client kind of questioning and the police are some displayed it like that

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that's why he ignored him until he asked three times and said I now said yes to you and become obligatory why?

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This is similar to the questioning that the bunnies right yield did in the guards to when Musa Leistung came and said, Yeah.

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In the La Jolla, Mauro calm and Tesla who Bacara Allah has ordered that you sacrifice a calf.

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heifer a cow, a cow.

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Yeah, telco data, and they said call you at the top you do now who are they said? Are you taking the mick? Okay, didn't want to do it? So now look like that's mocking the Prophet. Yeah. Are you taking the mick? So you didn't he's given an order from Allah. And they're coming back with this? That's a mocking kind of question, isn't it? Are you taking the mick

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a tabula rasa call out to be lahaie and Hakuna manager healing. So Musala Islam said, I seek refuge in Allah from being the, from those who are just who can I just come and tell you to just have a laugh and a joke, but you have to go and sacrifice something? Yeah. So this was the idiotic kind of mocking behaviors, and then before mocking it changes to or what kind of fit it be then. So what they could have done now is just go and pick any of the cows that they have amongst their herds and sacrifice it would have been would have been accepted if they did it with good intention with Hulu's. Yes. But what did it do instead?

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Ask questions, what kinds of it be what color should it be? They're all the same to us. Blah, blah, blah, and the more questioning they're doing, because this questioning is not of sincerity. This questioning the more you question it

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then the more answers that come, the more harder the thing gets. Because the more specific it becomes, if you look at it started off just gone do sacrifice a cow, then it becomes the cow has to be like this. Yeah. Can't be too old can't be too young has to be yellow hasn't had pulled the the being used for pulling the plow in the earth. It hasn't had to have any blemish on it. Look, the more questions that came. Now they have to find a perfect kind of cow. That's so it caused more more duress, and more difficulty for the people for the believers, because of that stupidity of asking question after question after question. Yeah.

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And that's the way why the public servant said to this man, I just told you to go and do hugs, just go and do it. Alas.

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Yeah, it would be easier.

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And thank Allah that we got said that I didn't say after persistent questioning, yeah. That it's been made obligatory every year, because you want to be able to do it, you wouldn't be able to cope with that. Alright, so these are the at least a freak, kind of questionings from that respect, that cause a problem? Yeah. Because yet the Grant says ask. Yeah, and the word doing companies are always asking questions, because that's the way to clarify things to do indeed. So excessive questioning comes from that those three angles reinvention, otherwise genuine questioning, actually is necessary. It's necessary. The why humble more money. And I said earlier on her said, she said

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May Allah

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bless it other people on the women of the unsolved Yeah, so she's making dua for them, she praising them. She said, because their shyness didn't stop them from asking questions. Because the answer women unlike a culturally, unlike the Meccan women, even though they had their

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shyness would come and ask the Prophet SAW so openly about Menzies about sexual *, etc, etc. Just say it outright. And my mom is saying that in other words, the rest of the women, those who are more shy would learn from these women who openly ask the question.

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Yeah, so she's not displeasing, asking of the questions. Actually, she's praising the asking of the questions. Because the question things became clearer, but it's the attitude of asking the questions. And it is excessive questioning, which doesn't Eisley lead to anything beneficial, but actually can lead to a narrowing of the scope and and things becoming more difficult.

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So in fact, because of

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and because some of the instances, like I mentioned to you about these, some of these people amongst the Sahaba

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asking mockingly and asking silly questions

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that's why we have in other reports, for example,

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about excessive questioning from Mahira now, and sable Hardy we have from the Prophet Siam. He said that the prophesy Salam said in the Lucha heart Rama Aleikum o qu Calhoun. Mahat where men are wha wha wha wha had? Well, what does banana? We're curry Hola, como de la vaca. All work guest workers

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will either tell man who are who Rohit Buhari has beautiful Hadith prophesy Salam said surely Allah has forbidden for you?

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To be

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to be badly behaved with your mothers

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to behave badly with your mother's Kukulkan MAHAK Why not Eva hat and to

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Yeah, and to withhold what you should give and demand what you do not deserve. Yeah, me being unjust. What you should give you keep it to yourself and what you're supposed to

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demand that which is not your right. Yeah.

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And then he said after a woman you were hurt. He said, Well, what does Bernard and to bury the daughters and what curry Allah calm and he dislikes for you. Now notice here the difference between also this additional you there's a difference between forbidden and mcru. So in the first part

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prophesy Salam said, yeah, he goes in the last ha Rama la Alikum. Surely Allah has forbidden mid haram upon you.

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Bad Behavior hurting and being terrible with the mothers about

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withholding that you should have given and demanding that to do not right and to breed the daughters. And then he says what Kenny Allah come and he has disliked for you to do what? Kill Warhol? Yeah. Which is like

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the law call is like gossiping. He said that that was said he said this, she said that I heard this. It was said like this just just with no basis. In other words, yeah, passing on things which have no basis. Yeah. He'll walk on, walk us through to soil, worker surface soil and excessive questioning.

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mentioned here, why dartle morale and wasting wealth, wasting wealth. So this is again, in this review, I mentioned it because it mentions about excessive questioning is disliked.

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And also

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there's a few other these I don't need to go through all of them. I think you get the point.

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What I want to mention, to the extent that after instances like that, where the problem starts and became upset and angry because of behavior, some of the people in the other companions were there. And this actually says in one Hadith in Sahih Muslim, he says,

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We were it was and he says no Hina unless l Rasul Allah Azza, wa salam, and che in.

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Yeah. Now some people have translated this to say we were forbidden to ask the messenger, the Messenger of Allah about issues, which is not right. He's not saying that any, you know, Hina can be we were it was dislike for us this slide because of what's happened before meaning dislike for that kind of questioning, excessive questioning. So this harbor now became even more vigilant about asking questions, because they were afraid that they might end up in the category of mockingly asking or asking too many questions. So some Starbucks, I know some being amongst them now becomes their become very

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uncomfortable in asking questions to the extent that they went so far that then you ask questions, it's a bit like, when the The worst is

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Girod where were revealed about, Do not raise your voices above that of the Messenger of Allah, that Ahmed bin Hata was so frightened that after that he started whispering, never mind raising the voice, or just talking normally he started whispering. So then probably some would have to say to what did you say?

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was so frightened? So it took it to another and one companion? I think I think was based on sir but I forgotten the name now.

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Who actually

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stayed Miss Miss coming to the mosque for a few days before you actually press and when the police are asked about it, so another companion who was his neighbor? And when he went to ask him, he said, For because I heard those verses been revealed of those who raise their voices above that to a messenger of Allah, how the acts deeds are going to be destroyed. Yeah. So he said, I'm so afraid to come and face the Messenger of Allah, you know how loud my voice is, over that time the Prophet sighs I'm so he was so scared that stockwork brothers and sisters see was, this is companions going, they were trembling, they were worried that they don't want to be in that. So in that same sense,

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you can see here they became even more vigilant and to the extent that some of them won't even ask any questions. So Anna says, we'd have we'd wait, actually for opportunity. And we were we used to rejoice when people used to come either in delegations or individuals from outside of Medina. And because we knew they were gonna ask questions. And when they ask questions from the Messenger of Allah, we knew that we could learn from that as well. So Allah Subhana Allah, and the Hadith carries on about the Bedouin, the famous of these who comes and saying, I've heard that from your envoy, that You are the messenger of Allah and asking you, is that true? Are you the Messenger of Allah?

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And has Allah amid five daily prayers obligatory has Allah made fasting will be as Allah made Hajj obligatory as Allah made his account obligatory, etc, etc, to the end.

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When I learned when the prophesy have some answers, yes to all of them.

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he says,

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He said the Bedouin says all Fabula the isolette Allahu

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Amara, we have no no he says

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he says summer, one lap after he got all that what was obligatory? Yeah, the five daily obligatory prayers foster Ramadan is a card that had He then turned on. And as he turned, left this Bedouin he said, well let the Basa Bill Hawk la azido Ali him now Allah and Kuzmin Hana by Allah who has sent you with the truth, I will not increase on this would have been made obligatory. Yeah, and I will not shortchange do anything less according to BS Allah. So this is famously when the Prophet cites to them said, Let in Sabah, Leia woollen mill Jana, if he's telling the truth is Bedouin, then he will definitely enter paradise Subhan Allah, and that was in the second Muslim. So that's just to

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show you how

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sensitive the Sahaba became to that kind of situation, because of the fear of being included in those who ask questions. And it is negative for them, it becomes actually

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negative in this world and the hereafter for them. So they won't be included in that they will they won't be included in those we're doing either mockingly or just superfluously. Just wasting the time of the Messenger of Allah, asking about stupid things.

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Or trying to offer them the monastics who are asking questions just to try and show the prophets Allah wa salam, that kind of question. That's the kind of question which has been

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seen negatively here from you don't get it all from this oblique view to take just another ways. I'm afraid it won't give you that what it yeah, look at these how brief is now little. So for us to understand the issue. We go to Quran because there's a hadith which link that hadith with the Quran and Hadith with the same issue. Yeah, to get more detail and to get a fuller understanding of why is this been excessive questioning being seen negative? Yeah. And how that's linked with

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different with the, with their profits and how that leads to destruction. They were destroyed those people Yeah, destroyed, because these were profits from before. So we know that people were destroyed, they went to the stage of afterlife or from their prophets, they rejected the prophets number. In the end many words, many peoples were destroyed as the Quran mentions many of the stories. And if they were not destroyed in this world, it means that they'll be destroyed in the hereafter when these people come before last night that on the Day of Judgment.

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So I'm going to stop there next time inshallah we're going to deal with the other parts of the Hadith, what I have forbidding you from doing then, stay away from it or leave it alone and what I've ordered you to do, then do it as much as of it as you can.

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Okay, what time is it? Like I haven't got much in front of me 10 past

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10 past nature Subhanallah both was to stop me, as I say kind of listening to you.

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Okay, all right, briefly, any questions we'll finish at quarter past inshallah so it gives sense for everybody to go and pray Maghrib

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definitely, we record this

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as we record this

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thing a con to you. I can I don't think you

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can easily record this. Yes, sir. Yes.

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We did. Okay. Because, yeah, that's fine. Brothers and sisters. Any questions from what we've covered today anyway?

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Either we've already gone to pray or people are hungry, or it's totally confusing, so we don't know what to ask. Or we scared them asking questions after what we've been saying. Or everything's perfectly clear. We don't need to ask any questions

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or something else.

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I've given you lots of multiple choice

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Go follow people

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like this, I think quite a few people have

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left just towards the end. That's fine.

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No worries. No worries. So inshallah if there's no question we'll finish so we can not go on print and

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mail is not accept from us remembering it was same time next week inshallah

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next week on the 15th is 725 So should we do live earlier or after?

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Let's do it straight after maghrib how's that?

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720 fast we do some 357 Yes Yeah 735 And we'll set some 14 So everybody got that we send that message out inshallah

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people joined us today

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share we had about 1819 Mashallah, yeah. Pray everybody benefited political offI calm. Sorry for was a reputation for some of you, but I don't think it was. I'm going to replace this recording with the last video of at least nine because I'm going to cover that what we covered some of what we covered in that in the next session in chunks. Okay. Is that formula

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