Munir Ahmed – Session 37 Leaving the Doubtful

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the selection of Hadith's work and its importance in relation to Islam. The collection is a complete one, and the "has" in writing is discussed as a form of "has" used in authentic hadiths. The history of Hadith collections is also discussed, including a collection of images and a book called "by the way" that is considered authentic. The use of "has" in various context, including political events and the future conflict between two armies, is also discussed. The speakers stress the importance of clarifying doubt and clarify false claims, and provide examples of fragrant flowers and their use in various context. The transcript also touches on the history of Al Hassan and his death, political differences, and loss of important individuals.
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashraful MBA will mursaleen earlier he was suddenly he has mine and my bad.

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Well, our Hola Hola, Quwata illa biLlah Hill Algenol game.

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Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. We praise Him. We seek his forgiveness, guidance and his mercy.

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We sent Peace and blessings on his final and most honorable messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam.

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We ask Allah to accept from us our efforts to forgive us and to be merciful upon us. We ask Allah for useful knowledge and understanding which is beneficial and wide systems.

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On him we are utterly dependent and to whom we all ask and turn to for forgiveness.

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And there is no power and make except that of Allah. Dear brothers and sisters As salam o aleikum, wa Rahmatullah.

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Peace and mercy of Allah be with you all.

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Sorry for the gap of two weeks. things sometimes get busy despite locked down

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responsibilities and things continue. As long as we live and breathe those responsibilities indeed, we'll continue.

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However, as we are all feeling around this, not only is life very fickle,

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and that's despite all the conspiracies out there.

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The fact is life is fickle and the fact is there are infected around including Coronavirus, and it is it is making people seriously ill many and and some it's taking their lives

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as we hear more and more about that and I certainly have not from the newspaper but directly from people we know that Allah smart ALLAH forgive and have mercy on those who have gone back to him

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with belief

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and alas monetize indeed merciful mela cycle guide us keep us on cycle Mr game and keep us protected until our time will come that which is written for us.

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So Brothers Sisters, we in the buying

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three Medallia Islam or collide the lack

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of a notary in mama no we

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were died in 676 of Hedra as he called his compilation 4040 Hadith meaning and in the principles in regards to the principles of Islam and the basis of legal injunction injunctions that he put together 42 In fact when he calls it Arbaeen as we said before,

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we are on Hadith number 11.

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Just to remind us all that compilation is like this 40 Hadith and there have been others as well.

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Another also compilation to where these are selected by Allah ma scholars. And for kaha not Hadith books as such, would sound like a conundrum and something contradictory to I'm saying they are not the actual sources of Hadith books are which are sources of Hadith examples which we'll come to in a moment. Those which are mentioned with the full chain

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by scholars of Hadith.

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So a chain of narrators, whom they've got from, and those are books of a hadith This is not counted as a book of source of Hadith

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but a selection made by mum a normal week, based on the title he makes himself on what he put together in his 40 Odd Hadith that he'd selected are the very foundations

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of Islam and those which also made the foundations of major legal injunctions in regards to Islam as well.

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And that's important for us to understand. So this is a selection of Imam that therefore he doesn't mention the chain. And we have to as I said, when we want to do an exposition or deep analysis, we have to go back to where he took the Hadith from and he tells you where He's taking it from anyway as the original source

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as those some of those who are doing the exposition of the Hadith from classical scholars, whether it's imam or two feet who are referencing or whether it's even Roger

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to feel Malachy or whether it's

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hate me, or does exposition of the abiding as well or whether it's Imam

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whose exposition is English, shared

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zarabozo in similar routine zarabozo.

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They often mentioned

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the sources of the Hadith in more detail and also give reference to that. So looking at Hadith number 11, which is a shortcut leaves if you've got your Hadith books, I hope with you or Hadith we'll come to a 14 hour novel way in which he says a hadith al Hadi or Asha belemnites Hadith, and I'd be more hamburger assassin.

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And I'd be Mohammed Al Hassan, Al Hassan, evening ally in Bali, simply Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa Salam wa Rai ha naughty. Radi Allahu Anhu man on our fifth two min Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that now your ebook or ala mela your ebook

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or Allahu telemovie? One necessity we'll call it telemovie Hadith on Hassan Asahi.

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So, to track the translation is from Abu Muhammad, Al Hassan Ali, Al Hassan, the son of Ali memb, polyp, Abdullah and Roma. Saying further he says simply Rasulullah Salallahu Salam, the grandson of the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam and

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Rihanna naughty. Yeah.

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And his fragrant, fragrant flower.

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May Allah be pleased with them both meaning Oliver de la and Hudson, who said I memorize from the Messenger of Allah the grandson is saying hacer is say

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alHazmi say I memorized from the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi salam What did I memorize? Leave that which makes you doubt

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for that which does not make you doubt

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and here in Managua is saying it is reported by Timothy and, and and the say Imam telemovie who often makes most often majority of time makes comments about the Hadith in the rates.

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He says it is Hadith Hassanal Sati which means basically, in brevity means it is authentic hadith in his opinion.

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Before I deal with the Hadith he mentions here, Imam nawawi mentioned that this hadith is both mentioned by Timothy and an imam necessary. And in fact even Hajer Edmund Rajab, in his exposition,

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humbly says that this this is also mentioned by as macginnis Muslim and in combat and Al Hakim, other compilers and collectors of Hadith.

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Some of the collections however, yeah, in Atma, for example, from Anna's is weak, and also it is weak in double army, which is a separate issue. But anyway, the main thing I want to look at here is to mention something about Imam telemovie and also Imam and necessity

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and their compilation ins.

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Most famously,

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the Muslims, the general public will hear about us Yeah, half a sector or a sector to sector. The six

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authentic collections of Hadith which many have taken as the canonical order chosen by the automatic collections of Hadith but that's a title given to them and Orientalist make a big thing of them as being this six economic economical collection as though we don't refer to anywhere else this this term itself the six the six authentic collections is a term which is incorrect. It arose much later perhaps started in around the sixth seventh century this term of cetera cetera the six authentic and not before that.

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Why is it inaccurate?

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Because firstly, Mohali and Muslim

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imam Bukhari and Muslim they made it a condition of their collection that they were going to collect authentic hadith in their compilation from the Prophet salaallah Islam with the chains

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Now, aside from that,

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before we come to the fore, when we talk about the sixth once this term came about in the sixth seventh century and perhaps at the time of

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Imam Al Motta seek

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a mumble a democracy for example is the one who added to Buhari Muslim

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he then added to it those that we are most reliable books of Hadith collection with the chains been added to that Timothy Abu gold and under say

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yeah, so that means five in a call to check to see and if the manager most of these names majority will have heard of.

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Now, if the manager is one of the ones the word is the issue and therefore other scholars differ.

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So the scores from the Madrid for example from the west of the world, in the less Steve is from amongst them, he took away in their manager and he adds to it for example, Al Motta of Imam Malik al Motta of Imam Malik came before all of these acts the majority of the hadith of Al Motta, which are with a chain authentic to the prophesies are included in Bukhari and Muslim

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and others. Yeah.

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Imam Malik, who al MATA is is a sees his work who died in 179. Hydra comes obviously before Buhari and Muslim.

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So anyway, in the scene, for example, he says Al Motta is the sixth one of the most authentic Yeah, that we bring together, and others took away in my chat as well and add the likes of Muslim a dichotomy. A dichotomy, who's another collector and compiling a datamine was around the same time as Holly and Muslim.

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I'm data me, for example, died in 255 Hijra.

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He was a collector of Hadith. And

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I must know dynami is seen as having many authentic hadith in it, which are also in other books as well. As you'll see there's always cross reference.

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So that's why some people chose the army as the sixth rather than in the merger. It seems many people till this day, especially of the critics of Hadith have a problem with their managers collection in the manager, who died in 273 Hytera

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elcas weenie Sweeney from Iran. And you'll see many of these experts in Hadith are from the sun area from afar from the Iran family Stan

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took Turkmenistan this kind of area majority of these experts and great scholars. It was a it was an area of great learning and great scholarship, no doubt about it in the second third fourth century of Hijra especially.

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So if the manager no doubt has a collection of Sunda

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images collection has in it authentic hadith, no doubt, but he also has many die for these weak Hadith and also some fabricated Hadith in it. And even Amalia doesn't clarify that in his collection. Because if the manager is a collector, as the critics or do you say the experts have it more of a collector rather than a critique, hence he doesn't make comments and therefore to even have the idea

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This is an authentic compilation of authentic hadith is would be a mis representation of images work he himself doesn't claim is a collection of authentic hadith only. So so that's why images

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book has this issue with it his collection of Hadith

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So, when we come to Qatar mozzie and the city they are as

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a five aside from Korean Muslim, they are more one of the most famous you could say from Ohio Muslim I don't want to mention going to date but there's a Buddha owed to me the and the Sati and in their mind that they normally do that and they call it a sunnah Arba the full summer for the for summon the four books of Hadith containing the son of the son the most famous and most comprehensive perhaps as I learned from my teachers, Abdullah use of one God

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loving Jeanette and all from shall come now doing the most comprehensive practices I will boats compilation has fallen son another dog

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who is who's even though it's later than in the merger. We died in 275 Hijra

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without a without that said yesterday.

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Not to confuse a boondoggle. There's another Abu Dhabi, who also is Muhaddith but much earlier than I will go the same just standing. So destiny is an area suggest them in Afghanistan and also the bordering with north of Pakistan such as Stan, that's the kind of area so Pakistan seems to get a bit of a mention even is the very northern border of it, where I will Tao suggests that it comes from

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but I will that old player Elysee is not the same as Abu Dhabi to sit just standing. So don't be confused when you come across. There are two adults who are famous and both are Muhaddith. Yeah, a plurality without the reality. He's from Basra, not from the Afghan area from Iraq area. And he was known as the Elysee because of the garment he used to wear, like a shawl on his head which covered his head on his shoulders and that's why they say it's called a reality. He died in 204 hazera. Well came well before because if you notice the Buddha said just standardizing to 75 to 204. He's a couple of generations before, around the same time as the death of Imam Shafi, which was 20580. So

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without the theodicy has Muslim compilation of Hadith that he did, and

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he's tutor us some of the teachers or some of the greater Amal Hadith from the second century. In fact, who are also the teachers of the likes of then atma Biblia, humble Imam Bukhari and Muslim etc. So, he comes even before mumble Foley and Muslim in in time period not in the authenticity of the compilation Bill barrio Muslim is there are the par excellence right there

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according to the whole Ummah and the critics of these, their compilation are right at the top in regards to authenticity.

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I will,

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I will hold

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a suggestion Stanny

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Soloman would always say his teacher has many teachers, most famous teachers is admin admin in their humble who is the compiler the Muslim must not have asthma, the humble

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the founder of the humbly school of thought, and his most knocked out compilation of Hadith are collected and transmitted by his son.

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And that is mostly what the Muslim is a humble and humble is the reference point especially one of the reference points above Dalgo suggests Danny

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and Natalie live their humble was

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the great expert and and critique of Hadith.

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Imam Shafi was also critique a critique of as was Imam Malik, who's the TITO Imam Shafi have already mentioned in regards to water. So I'm not even a humble is also

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An expert and a critic of Hadith that one of the teachers or Buddha owed, some Buddha owed a his level of critique of Hadith, unlike imagine, who's not a critical realist, and he's a real expert in it. So, as some of the scholars afterwards said, for our download, that will download

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any sudden, most of his studies

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are authentic most he has in his collection. Half of these are these are those which are embodied Muslim, both in Bukhari Muslim, then he has a leaf which are also authentic which are involved in one either Buhari or Muslim and not in the other.

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Then he has a level of Hadith which are also good and authentic, which are not in Bukhari, Muslim, Bihari or Muslim but they're also good then he has another level, which are Hadith which are slightly narratives with weak memories and

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and he has finds other chains as well as so they are sila holiday are good quality, or we can say Hassan, and he most of the time, clarifies that then there are those which are actually weak. Yeah. And he does clarify that times. Other times he stays quiet. Yeah. Other times it is quiet. And again with those which are slightly weak and Hassan he most of the time clarify but stays quiet other times. Some people said afterwards, he humbly stays quiet after making Hadith we accept it as authentic or good. That's not true. So it needs it needs, checking when it stays quiet. Even though most of the time he will clarify according to him if it's authentic or not, and it needs critical

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look at my other critiques of Hadith as well.

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Coming back to we're talking about telemovie

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Imam telemovie

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was also a great critic of Hadith his teacher teaches up authority and Muslim especially Imam Bukhari we references often. So Imam televisie himself is a critic of Hadith majority of the Hadith. He comments on Islay, Imam Termoli. He doesn't leave it by staying quiet by vast majority. He will make a mention of what he thinks about the news whether it's authentic or not, whether it's good or whether it's weak or whether it's fabricated by vast majority of the of the compilation collection of a mantra movie which he called Jamia Compendium. Some people call it a Jamia save, you'll hear it the Jamia Sophie, Sophie, your authentic compendium of Tirmidhi. That's actually an injustice to

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Imam Tirmidhi to say that because he never called the authentic himself, because in it after the that he critiques and finds a problem within say it's weak. Yeah. So there are some in there which are weak and

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and there are some a few that are even fabricated. So most of the time, he will clarify that as well. To show that there there is a problem with the Hadees. So it's not right to call it Jamia Sahai, but Jamia you can call it they call it summon because again, like I put out a it's a source a compendium of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam

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so telemovie

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some people said he had to suffer that he was too lacks, but actually other critics. Even my teachers, they said no, he wasn't like Cisely he's very careful. And his caliber of critique is is is an excellent level

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after Buhari and Muslim. Yeah.

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So that's al Jami of Imam Timothy where this hadith is mentioned to be found and he makes a comment on it even though we text a comment from

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of Timothy you notice among family say Hadith hacerlo say

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he's made a comment under the saying it is authentically Salif, unnecessary

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or Ashmolean show ape, as he's known, Abu Abdullah man in his cornea. Konya means that when they say I will discernible that his son was updraft man, I will.

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I will have the rough man is his cornea and the savvy

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as my teacher told me, you can say unnecessary or unnecessary. Both are correct, acceptable. And that's because he

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Imam Timothy because thermos is part of us, Pakistan

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was Becca Stan

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That's why no telemovie Abu Abu Issa Timothy, as he's known Abu Issa, Mohammed Timothy, and

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I've done a man or athletic one shape and Macedo from this app.

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We which is

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as I've said, place in

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Turkmenistan and NASA Yeah, when it's done,

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unnecessarily died in 303 Hijra

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and he compiled

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a sunnah no Cobra which he known as the his major work. He was asked to compile by the governor of Egypt. And then the governor asked him to is this Is this yours a collection of authentically if he said no, not all authentic in it are those which awaken those which are fabricated as well.

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But then when he was asked to compile an authentic compilation he selected from several Cobra and compiled as soon as Sagara Yeah, the smaller collection of his which are selections from the sort of Cobra of is which is transmitted by the Imam, the Imam, the Alim known as Sunni as Sunni is the famous transmitter of a sonnet a saga, which is also known as much Tibet, which tena both are names for the Sunnah, Surah, which means the selected ones all those but selected by unnecessary. Some people said it was clearly selected by suddenly but the correct the best.

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opinion on this is collected by the say, under request on the governor of Mr. alter time, the ruler officer at the time, this summer is solar. And the site is not just a collector, and the Sci Fi is a critique of a DCE Tarek solo. Yeah, as is mentioned by the likes letter scholars, a data company who comes in the fourth century, a great critique of hubbies. Also, even Roger and Roger were,

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is humbly not of the same high level of critical this but more of a middle level.

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A dichotomy mentioned that the critiquing

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of Hadith of a necessity is just after that of Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim. Yeah, yeah. And better than even that of Imam Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, who then Timothy, so I'm gonna say is more strict than even them.

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Say, yeah, so by far, and he had index comments and clarifies in his criticism of Hadith, and many scholars are critics of the teeth say that if he says nothing, yeah, if there's a weakness you pointed out and say, if he doesn't see anything, it is very likely that it is Saturday or Huston. So he doesn't say anything so you can apply that to unnecessary or unnecessarily.

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So there's something about

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us it has said that that's not the right term to use perhaps as Chef archroma Natalie said, Ill Koto Perceptor feel Hadith or the worldliness SIP perfil have these six books in Hadith, rather than saying that they are the authentic, of course, we find authentic hadith elsewhere. And even when you find them in Abu Dhabi, on the site, you'll find the same Hadith as I said, for Abu Dhabi will have the books of Hadith in Abu Dhabi that also embody Muslim anyway already. Yeah. But you'll find different chains for them except, etc. So there's lots of overlap. But perhaps it's fair to say

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that rarely you will find an authentic hadith

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which is not in the sixth, whichever you take as the sixth one whether you take it and majha on water, or Danny, or it was Ahmed admit that that you won't find that had not mentioned in the six you'll rarely find the truth which is authentic, which is mentioned elsewhere, especially in later sources, like a double Ronnie, for example, in his margin, but he's compendiums which he wrote three of Yeah. Another later works even a dark knees or imminent the same as Sahai or even a hint burns say, so you rarely find and

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other compilers and as well of Hadith so you rarely find that data is authentic that is not mentioned in these six compilation. It's a good gauge to sort of go by

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now, let us come to

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something that was a lot a Luma Hadith I hope I didn't confuse you all and

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send you senseless with that. But that's for us to be just aware. I hope a little bit when you come across those names of Tirmidhi and the SAT in Abu Dhabi, this basically, there is a turbo D as well, which a second telemovie but he's much less famous. He's from around the same time as a mom to Emily and that Al Hakim Tirmidhi who tried to 55 Remember to the movie, the one of the son of Jamia died in su 275.

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Sorry, 272 79

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So, Al Hakim maternally, who died in 255. It was a Sufi wrote about the Sabbath, the Tariqa of the Sufi way, of course, more of our spirituality elder who is a Hanafi scholar and fucky very little to do with Hadith. Yeah, wasn't famous for being a critique of Hadith or compiler of Hadith, even though that's a totally different telemovie much less famous amongst the Atlas on our GEMA but he's mentioned because of his son Wolf, and also because he was one of the first ones to mention the idea of mocassin the purposes of the show, although he mentioned it very briefly

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coming back into Hadith number 11 here

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the Hadith itself saying that now you rebook your ebook ah Illa Allah Yahweh Amala your ebook you can say ma your ebook

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with a done that on the year as well as fat up on the Yeah, both are acceptable. Yeah, both are acceptable. Even though a Mum

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Mum Mum always says what it's better to do it with a Fattah like he has transmitted that night yet he will cut the llama lady or Mala your your ebook, leave that which makes you doubt for that which does not make you doubt. But the original Hadith actually that the full hadith of this is reported by Imam Al Tirmidhi.

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Yep. And we should go to full Hadith because he actually gives us a better understanding of those words. This version is an unnecessary just with these words as it may seem by now we can use it as a DC level. But actually, the full hadith is in as I said, Imam Timothy. So what's the full Hadith

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reporting again by a person who says her face to mean Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam I learned rememorize from the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam his grandfather. Yeah.

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Saying Adama er Evoca Illa Allah URI URI book for innosilicon to ni NetOne What in * Kevin Lee battle Reba

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so moldy learn he remember I from the profit side so lumber saying leave that which makes you that for that which does not make you doubt for surely truthfulness. Yeah. Is that which gives to Matt Nene which gives

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tranquility and comfort in the heart. Yeah, said

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truthfulness is that which gives comfort and tranquility. And surely it is falsehood and lies which gives riba which gives doubt. Yeah, riba also means doubt and unrest in the heart, because it's like you're not sure and the heart feels uncomfortable. Yeah. So that is actually the full Hadith. So we should look at the false belief in trying to understand these words. This is an abbreviated version of the full of what the Prophet saw some actually said, which helps us understand and I'll come back to

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that later on.

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So before I go there, let's see what what some of the Alama of doing the exposition have set from classical and present time.

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For example my mother always says very little and we know also mum Melton always exposition himself of these 40 Odd hadith is is a very brief thing. Yeah, that he's done. So he says that this hadith goes back to the leaf which we already mentioned, which is

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we did the tertiary and exposition of

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as Hadith number six, I think. Yeah, Hadith number six in the halala by him. Yeah, we're in the Haram Ibn. Well, they know who they are more on what I shouldn't be hurt law. Yeah, more one NACA co minuteness. Remember that at least surely that will allow has been made clear, surely that was Haram has been made clear. And between them both are issues which are, which are doubtful matters? Yeah. I didn't stop that. Yeah, which most people do not know about? Remember, when we did the expedition of data, you have said to most people, because I mean, everybody doesn't know about them. So even that means most public will not know about those doubtful matters. Yeah.

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But but from the scholars is their job to clarify. The doubtful matters. Yeah. And some scholars will not be able to clarify, but other scholars will have the knowledge and it's they had to be able to clarify the data and remove the doubt from it and make it clear for the people. Yeah, as to whether it is truthfulness, whether it's right to follow it, whether it's from righteousness, or whether it's from bad or to stay away from it. Yeah. So monopoly just says this hadith is similar to that. Leave that which makes you doubt. Yeah, leave it alone for that, which does not make you doubt. So he's including it in the water shabby head is saying that's a similar kind of thing.

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Imam bofi Firstly, he made some something which is good actually to mention about Al Hasan.

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The Columbia of Al Huson. Yeah, who's the first grandchild from?

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From his daughter Fatima. Married between Fatima Ali is Al Hasan. The second one Al Hussein. Obviously, the cornea of Hassan is Abu Mohammed. He was known as double handed because his son is called Mohammed and the cornea of Al Hussein was

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Abu Abu Abdullah because his son was a doula. So he was gonna love what the law was saying it was done in the blogger Abdullah Abdullah and Al Hasan was known as Abu Muhammad. And when he says, of course, son, Ali, Italic sympathy Rasulullah sympathy Rasulullah sipped can be as a mom tofi says it means

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YBNL binte Yeah. The grandson from his daughter. Her feet is in Arabic. Or Alfred are his grandchild.

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or grandchildren in Thoreau said

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can be used loosely as grandchild well.

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Yeah, although here Imam Dolphy says it's more like

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this the son or the child from the daughters, not from the sons. But the same is also in the Quran actually has in the plural form as back

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Allah Sonata for example, says Gulu

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he was

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de la de Lena

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de la isla

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de la isla Ibrahim

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Abu Bakr while SB

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one ODM also Where are you sir? The ICA is on. Say all of you say to the believers Allah Sepuluh Magna belay, we believe surely in Allah. Well, now on Zilla Elena and what has been set down upon us. Well that Mozila Illa Ibrahim, and what was set down to as Revelation to Ibrahim

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while Mangala Ebola Ebola Hema

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what what is half hour Yaqoob and what was sent down

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also to Ibrahim to his heart to

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to Iacob of Revelation. Well as bad as well as bad

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As Bach is the plural of said, yeah, so here it doesn't mean grandchildren means progeny.

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progeny, like children can be used in a in a loose language sense to include children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, as father and mother is also used in the other direction to me, the mothers, the grandmothers, the great grandmothers, and grandfathers and great grandfather that we say, Our father, Abraham, our father algum, yeah. So sipped in that sense here. It means the generations to come the progeny, yeah. So when it says Ibrahim, what is hot? We are cool, but SBAC is talking about the generations from them that came after them of bunnies, right yield bunnies right from your home of his children and their generation to come. Some people said here as bad is

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an invalid profit, but actually, that's a weak opinion. Some of them are said it's inevitable profit after Ibrahim

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is it's hard.

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Yaku and asbach. Yeah, but as far as really means the generations who came after them and the prophets who came from both generations is the asbach. So that's the plural of sin.

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So simply Rasul Allah is Allah Islam, the grandson of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam, and it says, In this hadith as well, we're ready Ha, naughty.

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Right hand. Right All right, Hannah.

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That's used, because the Prophet sallallaahu Salam said, which is reported by the owner in a hadith that he said Hallmark Mei ha Natalia minute Donia they are my is talking about the prophecies or some which is authentic reported in Buhari

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when the prophesies them talk about Al Hassan and Hussein.

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He said they are my two fragrant fragrant flowers in this world. Subhan Allah.

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What does he mean by that? We all understand those. Those of us who are grandparents what he means by some Allah wa salam. Yeah. Because the idea of fragrant flowers is because they give comfort and they give a feeling of joy. Yeah, and a relaxation. That's the idea of fragrant flowers. What is an expression used to mean that he finds happiness and comfort and joy when he sees them? And he when he makes them in that company? All the worries of the world disappear?

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So he's saying that as a granddad Salallahu Alaihe Salam? Yeah.

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So can we use that expression for our gun grandchildren? Of course we can. Yeah. For me, my grandchildren are my fragrant, fragrant flowers, and I know how I feel when I see them or when I mean that company and play with them. Yeah. All my worries and problems disappear. When I get a smile. I'm gonna cuddle from them. Yeah. And I wrestle with them. So that's the idea of the Prophet Cyrus. But of course, when the Prophet SAW Islam,

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he's not like a lighthouse ourselves. He is

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the messenger of Allah Celeste on the final messenger. Yeah, Holly, Allah. Yeah. The day a lot of that Allah smart Allah has taken him as Khalil Salallahu Salam so when he's calling and Hassan Hussein, as he's fragrant flowers, how cherish they are with him then if anybody hurts them? Yeah.

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So imagine the hurt that causes the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi salam. That's why when someone came and this is missing in Bihari, in the context of Al Hassan Al Hussein being his fragrant flowers,

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a hadith mentioned by Him the honor which is reported by Buhari

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it says that so in honor and, and Danville but all of our older men in Iraq

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Yes, a loony and McCall. Yes, Ellone and Daniel bubbled walk out the kata Lula Hussein

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was summit to Nabi sallallahu alayhi salam, Maya cool. Homer rayhaan Tai Chi Minh Adonia this is when he said it he says it said in this hadith that in honor was asked from a person from Iraq

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That area was all known as at the time from the people of Iraq would have the place of Ramallah, right? What did they ask? Yeah, asked about the killing of a gnat, whether it was halal or haram to kill a gnat, and that which is even smaller than the fly. So what did he say this in response to this? In the omen? What did he say? He says, when he finds out where are you from? He says from Iraq, he says they asking me about the halal and haram of killing a gnat. When those people in Iraq, they killed Al Hussein. Yeah,

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they killed him.

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Yeah, and I heard the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Salam say that they are my fragrant flowers. In dunya. This is how he responds. Yeah. So in other words, he asked him about measly little matters. Yeah, he's not blaming the person who was for killing? Yeah. But uh, he's blaming those who portrayed him actually wasn't wasn't the people around who killed who say, it was the people of Sham, it was a jersey do set people and it was easy, who, who's behind the killing, but the betrayal came from the people around who promised to defend them they didn't turn up to defend, and hence the thing to do with the shape

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of punishing themselves on the 10th of Muharram. That's all linked with that, and that really regret and the Dharma

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seems to have been transmitted in the bloodline,

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which we don't accept anyway. So the point always making the asking me about trivial means little matters and big matters like the killing Well, who's saying

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nobody seems to be taking any notice. What kind of question is that? It was at a time when Allah was saying had been martyred.

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And that's why he mentioned the Hadith about the grandsons being the fragrant flowers of the prophesy Salam

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in the guards to Al Hassan

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who was born a third year after Hegira

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the prophesy Salam said something else about him which is reported in Buhari obviously has no say in that even he has a

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set you do in the evening Hausa. Say you do? Want to Allah Allah Hi, yes, look, be he been a fee attain Azeema attain mineral? Muslimeen

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reliable al Buhari, he said Surely this son of mine will be a leader. Yeah, perhaps Allah.

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Perhaps Allah will use him in other words, to make peace between two great two great armies. Yeah.

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To make peace between two great armies of the Muslims.

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And so it happened as he's written history. That

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Hudson Africa ally his father, Robbie Allahu anima.

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Couple of Allah will wedge

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was murdered and killed at the hands of

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one of the hostage

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the hostage sent three people because a hostage who left this supporting alley they came away from their loved one.

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When the arbitration was agreed between Alia de la and while we

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and Hawaii were extremists,

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clearly extremists of the time. Really hard it worship of fasting and staying up in the night praying. Psalm a sorta looked sleep as though they are lost sleep when the London bus met them radula, Juan and Wilma, when he met them, they looked as though they had sleepless night because staying up in a night praying. And the Prophet saw some warned about such extremists already. And I don't want to go into that today. But why he sent out three of the people in secret to assassinate three people earlier than the other one because they saw Him they called him coughing as well after he left his side because he agreed to the arbitration and bring peace while we are on the other side

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of the aisle, and they called him kafir as well. And also I'm going to ask who was one of the ministers and supporters in the sham of wow, yeah. Yeah. So this

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They failed to kill the last two, but they succeeded in killing value that they allow and

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if the MoodGYM who killed him

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from the whole outage, so when earlier thou

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got killed

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and the place of Khilafah was in Kufa, now where earlier blonde got I know got killed,

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and Hudson

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was put forward by Sahaba and Tabby in to be the next Khalifa.

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Al Hassan remained Khalifa for six months, and after six months to avoid bloodshed between Kufa and the supporters of Kufa and Medina and sham while your was Al Hassan made an agreement with Latvia to avoid bloodshed, to hand who abdicate, to abdicate being Khalifa. And to give that authority to while we are so MA We are became the ruler over the whole of the Muslim world after the abdication, abdication of Al Hasan and hence, he's the one as predicted by prophets, Aslan, who was the leader, and he led to bring in peace between the two factions. The supporters of Ali Nadella on one side and the supporters on Huawei on the other side. So peace was obtained by him abdicating

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Vanderlaan and so I'll Hudson

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abdicated in 31

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years of Hegira and he died at the age of 46. In 50 Hijra It is said that he was actually poisoned.

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We don't know by who, etc, we want to have details.

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So that's

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al Hassan and he was buried in El Bahia, the famous graveyard of El Medina.

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So that's

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coming to the Hadith itself.

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As far as a remand booth is concerned, in his

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dying in a toughie did his tertiary if you remember, al Maliki just 30 years or so 2030 years after Mundo we did the compilation of the 40 Hadith. So and he says that, as far as this hadith is concerned, this is the same as a basically says the same as Imam nawawi for the rest of the Hadith for his exposition refer to the Hadith

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number six, as I've said before, which mentioned about Shabbat, even Roger

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in his Jameel HECM, the compendium of Jameela Allume while Hichem compendium of knowledge and wisdom of 50 Hadith readers is more verbose as he usually is and more comprehensive and he does go into a deeper explanation of this hadith.

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So I like some of what he says but I have issues as I had last time in the last video or what some of what even reg have said, although with the greatest of respect for him as being a great scholar, I have some issues with what he says I don't know how we're doing for time.

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In fact, we've had our our so rather than going into it, next time inshallah I will go into what reg up says, and a little bit of what I'll hate and he says in his fat we'll move in

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next time, and I'll give what I think is the overall some of the main messages in this fuller statement, the full Hadith which is dharma, your Evoca Illa Mala, your EBO leave that which makes you that for that which does not make you doubt and the Hadith carries on saying for innocent look for surely truthfulness leads to comfort and calmness of the heart and surely, it is lies and falsehood which leads which lead to

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doubt and restlessness. So the problem starts the message is telling you himself.

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He's giving me his further explanation. It's also showing you what this doubtfulness and

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on delta this is

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a call call the other was the federal law he will come in now holder for Rahim so and any questions from what we've covered today so far, I haven't actually gone into the Hadith so no point asking me about the words of the Hadith, the meeting of Danny's, which we're going to go into next time any question when I covered today about in the alula Hadith section in the in the history section in regards to Al Hassan

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brothers and sisters

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I hope it wasn't too detailed and over your heads

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don't be shy.

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My mouths been going all that time like that so you can unlock your microphone.

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And first something you whisper sisters.

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Exactly last year, thank you. So hail. So there's a lot to comprehend. And just to analyze. So I think I'll just reflect on and try to comprehend all that. Yes, please clarify things if you feel that. Yeah.

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Just just trying to say that. Yeah, well, I'll read go through the game. The recorded version to comprehend all that.

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You should be used to that. Yeah, I'm doing already. Perfect. Priscilla. Allah bless you. It's like Wonderful. Thank you

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Mumtaz or something. I can't read it. Can somebody read it? Somebody sent a message.

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Did you see it? Yes. So Mumtaz is asking, Imam Imam Nisa documented a fabricated Hadith. Why was that?

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Imam and the SE said look.

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So Islam, you stated that an imam say he documented a fabric rated Hadith? Why was that? I'm not sure which. Alright, yeah. Why did that because, I mean, the Samoan, for example. They're never old, old

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Tirmidhi and the Sati della made it a condition we're going to bring just the say authentic theories together. Whereas Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim they said that that's why they call their books and Jami Asahi,

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Imam Al Bukhari and Muslim they call that compendium of authentic hadith in the sun, Sentinel sonar Cobra.

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That's not the condition all during the surah. Imam Misaki does that. But sometimes they bring a hadith which is famous to clarify that this is fabricated, and here's its problem, or they're making a week at least and as verify critiques like a man on the side to try and show people that there is a problem with this, you know, shouldn't be accepted. That's why they will include it. Okay.

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If that doesn't answer your question, you can ask further.

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Anybody else?

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She says, Just for clarification, is Mumtaz from Birmingham. He's one of he's one of our brothers there

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any other questions

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for clarifications? Or they can shake his hands over

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information? Just just actually something just on the basis of that question from from montages, which I think is really strikes me and when I tried to read Hadith and read with my family, is that the Hadith that we obviously read and obviously tried to get them from good sources as best as we possibly can. There is no immediate way is that of actually telling what is an authentic hadith and what has been fabricated? Is that always down to the to the listener to the to the chain. And is there any possible way of doing that other than becoming a more Hadith to find out? More So good question.

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That's why you've heard me often say in my lessons for many years now

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that these books and that's why when I see people, groups of people, students,

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either lay people or even other students sitting in a mosque or elsewhere.

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Reading just reading partly and Muslim or Jamia telemovie on the say.

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I would say to them, don't do it.

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It is not for the lib these books were written for scholars.

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They were written by experts in these four Olimar for scholars. Yeah. And, and really? Yes you can.

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Because, I mean, it's okay for example, for example, to take Bihari, but the problem is understanding it's not a matter of just reading it's like reading something you can you can have Hadith on opposite pages in Sahih Muslim for example, which look they'll they'll be contradicting each other, how you're going to understand that you're not going to understand that these compilation are not for public to read. Because reading is just one part of it is the understanding which requires as we're trying to do now, why are we doing the shot this exposition? Yeah, and, and also a critique, critiquing the, the exposition done by great scholars from the past and present as

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well. Yeah. So these Hadith books are not for the public not for the family to study from

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even the likes of Riyadh to solid pain, which is Imam nawawi. Again, which has to do with Atticus and other herbs and things like that it brings Quran and Hadith into it, generally authentic hadith.

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But he's,

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you can't just read the Hadith again, because there's, there's rules and regulation, a thick matters in it as well.

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And I personally think even around the solid chain, which is more easier to follow than reading poly Muslim or criminis compilation. And these are these compilation who are not for the public and laypeople to look at really not at all, they're not. In my note, we've taken the Hadith from those compilation is like for scholars to reference. So what I will say is that we can be saved we be very careful.

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It is fine for I mean, for example, I'm, I've studied alumina Hadith

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to a depth Alhamdulillah to a greater depth and many other people have, but I don't call myself and we'll have this. Even the term will have this as being misused or misplaced. People who quote I know a lot of is off by heart or something.

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Not in English in Arabic. But that doesn't make you Mohawk these people think people know lots of these and they're not they could be that's one way of using the term Muhaddith. But really not for behind the scene for me is a critic of abuse. And they are few and far between.

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Both of my teachers one is one of my mentees a shout out today. You know, he is an expert critic of this world famous.

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And he knows and I know that I don't even come near near the level of his ankles in that field.

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And neither do the majority Allamah present presently in the world come to that sort of level. From that we is a great level of muhandis as well a critique of underneath.

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So this is a very specialized field. And one has the reference. I mean, it's fine for Imams and Allah ma who don't want to delve too much in it. And I like to delve in more. Although, as I said, I'm not 100 It's fine for them to say like when Tirmidhi for example says this hadith is has no say it's fine say for them to accept that and say well Tirmidhi said this is authentic. So I'll accept that. In other words, you put your responsibility and your trust in Imam Timothy Bihari said and included in a Saturday so I'll accept it. Muslim included in a Sufi? Yeah, that is an authentic so I'll accept my mom Muslim says. Yeah.

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Thank you. It's a long winded answer, but I hope it clarifies what you're asking.

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Okay, Rose sisters,

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anything else? I don't mind if you want to ask

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just another,

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just No, no problem. If you don't mind that, you always actually like go into such depth and then lots of questions come spinning into my mind.

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One of them was just about with the legacy of the prophets, Allah Salam, just in relation to obviously how he was blessed, blessed by us all the time and he was able to tell us about what would happen to certain Sahaba when they died and and

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and also obviously with his own grandchildren. Did He not also foresee that there would be this obviously the great split that

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would occur in in Islam at the time. And what was it not a case that he did one? Obviously his immediate family and his close Sahaba not to let this occur, yet it did happen which obviously caused such a schism, that I find to be just amazing that such wonderful Sahaba Allah be pleased with them all.

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Just perhaps didn't Did they take on board prophets, Allah says advice. And yet despite his wonderful advice, they we still had to endure the split. Yeah, they did take it on board. Of course, we believe there was indications mason by the Prophet SAW Islam and what we're only going to happen after Ahmed, for example, especially gondola one,

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even though the time was man was a long period of time a very peaceful, but the way, at least in our Gemma and Yolanda, who have come after the Sahaba, were in a very difficult situation of do it been able to do any critique? Why, because historians who have written about and it's political strife, this is not as they had in it, where they had differences of opinion. Sahaba and the great ones and the other ones, who are less famous, they had differences of opinion on on legal rulings and matters.

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And they had mutual great respect for each other. This was political difference.

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And politics, as we all know, till this day, its nature tends to be lighter than others political strife.

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Firstly, what was the details of the political strife because what has been written has been written by historians. We have bits and bats in authentic hadith, but they just bid some bass without great detail. In the in the authentic hadith what we have is the regret and of the sahaba. And despite the the political fight that took place between ally Rhonda Lau and Anwar we are available and their mutual great respect for each other as Sahaba. And those who are on the other side, yeah, as people. That's what we find the Authenticate lease, and they will reluctance to actually fight and actually the arbitration that we're still trying to do, and the holidays will be extremely student what the

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arbitration and quality were also involved. Were, on the Mortman in a certain order on how what we have in authentic narrations is that she came was as obey them no, I won, for example, and a Taha got the Allahu Anhu as my aim to meet with Ali to try and

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bring a truce and to bring peace to solve the situation on the XT became an agreement. And on the way back, it was some of the renegades and the extremists from philosophy to actually pounced upon the caravan of,

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of Omar movement in it eyeshadow, Anna and Zubaydah dollhouse, as well Taha, of course, got killed in that attack,

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which led to skirmishes and a small battle because there was people who were scourers. So it was a political thing, despite all their sincerity and love for one another. Yeah, there's other people in the equation, which are the community and new people coming into, into Islam and trouble cause and extremists and they were unable to. That's the kind of thing we know. But the details of the very details of the thing why it happened, what happened, exactly, mostly reported by historians, and then famous three historians in Muslim history for early times, are the likes of Alacati. And

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looting the year or

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McNiff, I think, another one, three of them, they are well known by Mohammed the scene and Allama as layers

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as layers because they don't bring any they bring lots of hearsay. So they heard this from that heard that from that if you bring that into history, then are you ever going to know the truth? So not knowing the truth, therefore, the whole amount of our listener world Zuma and refuse to go into great detail or critiquing what happened between the Sahaba and who was at fault and who was not at fault?

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They say we will rest that case, because we are supposed to just love or respect Sahaba Yeah, we still respect to love them. Whatever happened politically between them, we leave that to between them and Allah.

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And that's the best way of dealing with it. Including the position of love your brothers and sisters because there's some people who are less on our GEMA who say nasty things about why we're

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Rhodiola who and and you should know that he's from Sahaba he's included from the solubility came later on not this matter.

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Yeah Once the meat comes from the Sahaba we we shouldn't be sending Latin on curses like the Shia do from that time till this day yeah but that's not the way of our listen the world GEMA we don't send curses

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on while we are we including amongst the Sahaba and say about them all may Allah be pleased with them all. And that's the most balanced position I believe in that regard. I mean

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Okay, I know the long answer for your short question. I'm sorry about that. A good answer, Masha.

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Allah knows

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There's a lack of Allah Heylen then we'll, if there's no more questions, we'll stop there.

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And we'll continue inshallah with with the mutton of Hadith number 11. Next time we have Mila, if that's all right after your permission, if you're all okay, if I

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will close the session. Yes. Thank you. All right, sir. Nobody else got a question in writing or anything I'm missing. Now. No more questions. Yeah.

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Okay. The Zakouma Allah who haven and I will say, As Salam aleikum, wa rahmatullah

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wa salaam,

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remembering the wise please remember,

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Allah keep you all safe and your families

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and those who I guess should say those who have lost members from their families and of course, some of you have I don't know who London on here, but I've certainly suffered losses uncle may Allah have mercy on his soul

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and give Him forgiveness and give you all somewhere if you're in a similar situation or Gozo got people who are ill, whether with COVID or otherwise, may Allah give them Shiva, everything in a lot hands. Surely we belong to Him. We come from him. And we are going back to him, aren't we? All of us? Shabbos we're all in the same queue.

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As we say, To Allah belong what he gives a to Allah belongs What do you take?

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Everything with him has an appointed time as we do

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