Session 38 Leaving the Doubtful 2

Munir Ahmed


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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and meaning of the Hadith, a book that is considered the best. They touch on the use of audio tape and the importance of history and art in legal ruling and the need for caution when faced with doubt. They also discuss the importance of staying away from shuffling between the Alama and Shubo hub, the "has been" option, and the importance of having a concession to avoid confusion and misunderstandings. They stress the need to be aware of one's actions and ask for guidance, while also emphasizing the importance of context in understanding one's actions and knowing the context of one's actions.
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humbly like Bill Alameen

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salat wa salam ala MBA. Well Mussolini was early he was Sufi as you might be in a band

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or you're Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Nisargadatta Allah and Taco Bell Mina while you're filling as lubaina we consider Anessa Tina Ness Allahu Elma Nephi. What is going worse yet

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Balintawak kalua illegal mercy, while a holder with a quarter illa Billahi Allah you Louvain.

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We begin as always by praising Allah, Lord of the Worlds

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sending Peace and blessings on his messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And after saying Salam to you all, we begin by asking Allah to accept our efforts and to increases in understanding and useful knowledge to give us useful knowledge and understanding that it's beneficial to us and to make Vidal sustenance on him him we are utterly dependent and to Him is our return and there is no power and my except that I will not

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do your brother and sisters to continue with the Hadith studies, Imam and always advise and we're on number 11 So I'll reminders of the Hadith. First before we continue, and I'll kick the Hadith not from an unknown visa bind but the original Hadith, which is the full version of

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jam get to a movie

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where he says, leaving out the fullest net.

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Hussam al tassen in the alley

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Rhodiola anima. Paul,

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her fifth to member Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam

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that my URI Buka Illa Mala, your ebook

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for inner circle to Matt Nene at home. We're in El Kelim arriba.

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The Al Hasan the son of Ali rodilla, and, of course the grandson of SIPTU Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam as is mentioned in one of the versions and by Imam nawawi. Last time we discussed

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said that I memorized from the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.

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Leave that which makes you doubt for that which does not make you doubt for surely truthfulness is

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tranquility and calmness and falsehood the lies is

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doubt and discomfort, discomfiture.

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That's the best way probably to translate that. So that's the Hadith which is also as a mom and not was said in the set up as well. Last time we covered a bit of background a little bit about history in regards to Allison don't the other one has alHazmi ally

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and also we talked a bit about of say half a scepter as they are known, but I don't like the title and I hope you realize that from last time. That's not the best title to use for that when I explained that last time.

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So I'll go on further. But one of the brothers sent me a question earlier which I'd like to mention and deal with. And those are in asked about the desk geek or

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judgment in regards to a hadith of Sheikh Al Burnie Rama hula

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who died 1999 May Allah have mercy on him?

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Can he rely and trust upon it when Chateau Bonnie says about a particular Hadith from these collections and otherwise? The hadith is Hasson

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a hadith is good.

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Shareholder Bernie, Mr. Lot, has a massive contribution to reviving the importance of

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The peak of Hadith of corroborating Hadith before using them in the last century, a major role which revived the idea amongst Allah MA

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and brought it back to the forefront that instead of just arguing and discussing or using weak fabricated all kinds of other details because they found them. And they are circulated, often and commonly in all QuickBooks, they should first corroborate and check with Muhaddith teen or books who has read it as to whether it is authentic before having long discussion and debates on net income into any legal rulings. So that contribution

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is tar. Excellent, for sure. Hello, Barney, no doubt in the last time, so we can't

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stress upon that enough.

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Both of the two of my teachers in this country, you know, Sheikh Abdullah, usable today Anisha Hackerman. Another way.

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My main teacher is share your use of audio tape,

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both of them behind the scene and critics of the DCE.

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And above, Abdullah, who met Cheryl Barney and Cheryl Barney also commented on

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as he came across some of the research on

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a group of a hadith per share, Abdullah put together in regards to the issue of music and singing.

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And did detailed analysis of each of these critical analysis in regards to the transmitters, etc, etc. And shall Barney commented, which is actually written somewhere people are aware of it about this research and said, he's never come across the light of this research. Before in his detail, and in his accuracy, I'm paraphrasing.

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But Cheryl valleys comments on what he came across, I'll share

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my teachers research anyway.

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both share a chrome nadwi He had a lot of similar opinion, interestingly, that the corroborating ahadeeth Shall Barney is not on the top level.

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In regards to that, with the greatest of respect to him, it's not my opinion, I'm giving an opinion on the theme, or whoever I teachers.

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And they say it is the support which some other critique critics have had refer also accused of In other words, lacks, lacks in corroboration, sometimes it's hardly done other times, and many places contradicting in one place saying it's authentic and replacing its weak or saying Has any one place and we can other players, but even without that, there is some laxity.

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So two things one, as a layperson, of course, one can, one always refers to a chef or a scholar and you know that Chef Albani has something Hadith compared to many of the furqan Allah ma were very literal, in Hadith. And to say, Well, shall I share Halle says Hassanal follow that? That's absolutely fine. He says, 70 I'll follow that he says this leaf that's absolutely fine for you to do that without having to go into any further depth. But those who are perhaps students of knowledge and want to corroborate and look a bit deeper than that, especially if it's saying Hassan Hadith and he says that for many weeks of Youth Week according to share the love of God and chef, I cannot we

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and others,

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then more care has to be taken, I believe, and I've come across many Hadith over the years, we're finding the judgement about it as being hassled also hate functional value. And it's actually, according to I believe, greater critics of studies actually not not, hasn't and not second, but weak.

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Hasson for those who are wondering where it means really for legal ruling, it requires Sahai authentically, but has sometimes been included as a second category, meaning the hadith is good. It doesn't have much weakness in it. And I don't want to go into greater detail than that. But in other words, it's an acceptable Hadith. And again, if it hasn't comes with a legal ruling, which has no basis from Grant authentically these, then there's a big question mark against that as to whether we accept it in regards to that as well. A big debate so I hope at the beginning that answers the question that Zarina asked me.

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Okay, so now we said I said I'll deal with the meaning of Hadith in this now. I mentioned that

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Imam a trophy in his shot

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mainly focuses on what I mentioned last time to do with historical sense about Al Hasan etc.

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who he was and what happened in regards to him. Again, he basically says that these are these four details look to the previous leaf that we covered already which talks about mentioned last time

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that surely in Natal begin surely that which is halaal is clear that ROM is clear and bent between the both is water shall be hard, he says refer to that at least. And he leaves it at that.

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No, we

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have already set you set very little and he says the same as what month have you sent me Roger is the one who is goes into more detail. So here's some of the comments about regiments, which I've summarized and I'd like to consider

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even Russia for example, he says, What's the meaning in regards to leaving that which makes you doubt he says makna a little goof in the Shubho hardware tech Aria is saying his meaning is that stay away to stop when it comes to doubt from that is to stay away from them out of

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yeah, basically stay away from them because they are doubtful out of Taqwa.

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He also says what is a read mean that night you read a book or your ebook both are acceptable. What does this read mean? That which makes you doubt in other words, he says is it meaning is that it gives you

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anxiety and and discomfiture. Inside, I'll call it blood drop fill in your heart. That's what it means. So it means leaving that out of being cautious or

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staying away from that outer piety again, other Mr. Cohen, for example, he says that you don't have any tranquillity so that's the meaning is not just a matter of leave that which makes you doubt is going deeper into the meaning of read is not just doubt. Yeah, although it's linked with doubt as well but in the feeling it gives him the heart.

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Then he quotes interestingly, from his test Zahid, meaning an aesthetic and aesthetic and he says his name was Alfred.

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Alfred, who said he's quoting him. Obviously he likes his comment because he doesn't criticize it. For Dale who said, now what are the Alaia Maulana Alia and Ron ill to be Assa T Hema? What did this ascetic say?

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He's said,

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when to when to issues come to me, or two opinions come to me about an issue.

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I always take the more

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harder, severe from the two opinions. That's what he said. And he quotes and

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even Roger was quoting, why is he quoting him? Is quoting him to say that this is an indication of what's what it means by staying away from that, which makes you doubt.

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When two opinions come to me on particular issues or two issues, I take the harshest or severe case or the the most difficult, more difficult outcome.

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So when I looked at that, I wonder what you think.

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And your response to that? Yeah, well, I have always

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heard that you take the easy option, because Allah has given you the option. So why take the harder option? Great, but he's very vocal about praise.

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Its assets. Just give you a name before and then that's fine. Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Okay. Anybody else?

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Okay, so, actually, this is a greatest respect. This is why we need to study and analyze because even Roger is a big humbly scholar. Yeah, he's not just

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somebody small and nice. Joe AMILO Aluma. HECM is very famous, and well studied and read. But we need to be critical about the comments because in the end, the human beings and scholars have opinions and they make mistakes as well. But this is against the Sunnah of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam Mahalia Muslim Hadith, which is very famous and in line with what Asad just said. I mean, I certainly do not want her harlot. Ma who is you don't lie sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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some pain and brain dogma a set on the earth.

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In left data acerola Malam Jaquan Eastman in Ghana is the man cannot let the nurse seen in Rome Buhari will most Muslim, they see the MaHA a Muslim

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to say, whenever the Messenger of Allah Islam was given a choice between two things.

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One being easier than the other. He always chose the easier from the two. As long as there was no Sinnott sin in it, that was a condition. And if there was any element of sin in it, he was the furthest from human beings away from it. Some Allahu alayhi salam, he's our role model. Yeah. So he's our role model. So I've had before in the Messenger of Allah rather than this ascetic, however good or Motoki and Pisces is actually this is not the sun, this is against the sun, not to say I will choose the harshness of the sphere, it's not of the opinions.

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Then, even Rajiv says that this hadith can be used as an evidence to say

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that the best thing is to come out of the telephoto Alana and folk Aha.

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Yeah, that's where it's saying because there's too much doubt where the folk AHA differ on issues. Yeah. Then the best thing you said is crude when Estella Halima is, because that's the best way to stay away from sugar hot from doubtful matters. So my question, of course, is, how do you come out of the falafel fuqaha? How is the public person come out with a falafel? Haha.

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So well, I might have got different opinions. How have you come out of it?

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I'm asking you as well.

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I think isn't it more than the class isn't it when you're not aware of the possible options

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that use your judgment and make that decision?

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Yeah, we said that about the Hadees that we covered the dimension keep mentioning which was at least number think the one in the law that you were in the Sahara will be in will not been alma

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mater shall be had at least number six. We did that in detail there. And that's

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the idea that you can that you come out, it's better to stay away from the club. It's okay. It's impossible. It's impossible.

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Because Allah ma have different opinions, you're going to follow one of them. You can't see I'm not going to follow any of them. So what you're gonna follow.

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You can't do your only stay hard as a layperson. Unless you're much the hidden you have the ability and the credentials to be able to do that.

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And then then you you're part of the filler for the ALA mode. And anyway, so it doesn't make sense to say stay away from the fluff between the Alama. Yeah, that helps you stay away from Shubo hub is making all the opinions based on his two has been super, super happy as of now, which is nonsense, which is nonsense. It's not it's not right.

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And of course, the idea of Shobha to apply to a layperson is when they find themselves in a situation and they have no access to ask anybody and in that particular situation on the 11th hour having to make a decision having to make a decision then they are better off staying on the side of caution on an issue where things are not clear to them

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if they were approached scholar who could clarify it for them, but they couldn't get the immediate time. So that's the idea as I mentioned when we did the tertiary out the Hadith number six before as well. Anyway, so you see

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a goes on.

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Yeah. Is anybody else experiencing the breakdown in the

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Everybody hear me? Yes, I have a financial

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mind that everybody seems to be on still. Yeah. Fine. Yeah, carry on. Sorry. Okay. Now.

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If when you're when you're not talking, just put your mics on silent. And of course, if I asked you for a response, please put your likes and I do respond, if you wish. Now.

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Now that he says luck in Hanako Messiah, let's do love. Ma Sebata fi and in the B cell Allah Salam rasa

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All right, well Tilka looks at our I mean, it's snappy here. It says, however, there are issues of if till after the Alama

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in which that is consistent from the prophets, Allah Salam himself, meaning we have something from the Sunnah directly from a hadith, then to follow that concession is more important and has greater priority than to leave that concession. Okay?

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They said even if that concession hasn't reached some of the other man because all of them are not aware, or they don't have the same level of knowledge and don't have access to all the summon that necessary available, maybe ignorant topic. Yeah, even if that's the case. So here is talking about something called Roxa. If the love for Allah Ma is not just based on difference of opinion on what is rock sound, what is not rasa?

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What do I mean? First let's explain what is Roxa

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Roxa as I said before means concession. So we have in jurisprudence and Islam we have something called Azeema of rasa.

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Allah Azeema from Assam means to say is the original ruling for anything? That's what the original ruling is to pray five times a day? Yeah, with Torah codes for Fajr as being obligatory for for Lord for acid, three for Margaret and for for Asia as being the obligatory that is the Azima Zima isn't to do something retask for Asia, by the way.

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Somebody will misunderstand this. And the Rockstar is to do for only No no, no, no, no, no.

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Azeema means the original rule, which is first of all, watch it. Yeah, with some difference between 100 va included with it as being logic, they said is not almost the same level, but I don't want to go into that. But the idea is that as in any original route, not to eat dead, not to eat blood and not to eat the

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the flesh of swine all that is Azeema it is the original rule Roxa is a consistent because of some element.

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Some impediment that happens and then there is a concession given different kinds of concession concession came in different ways briefly.

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One is as Alama drew a lot

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of jurisprudence and brought a principal fold, we said our blue rod, Tubby, tubby from Buffalo law, that the the absolute necessity of a situation allows and gives concession for that which is haram to become mobile. allowable. Yeah. So in other words, in a situation, for example, that if somebody stopped dying, yeah, and they only have dead meat to eat or pork, then they have the Rockstar. Rockstar, the concession to eat to safeguard life Aurora tobyhanna Hello Rob. The second way I looked Sal will come is is Caracal Caracal YG Lux accom so that in a particular impediments situation you are allowed to leave a logic for example

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illness during Ramadan allows you gives you a rock star to to stop fasting and make up later or if you're on a journey.

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For example,

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standing for Salah is the original ruling. I'm not saying for example, Daniela one came to the Prophet Aslan said he said go to in the be Salah Islam, that I said to him, the Messenger of Allah that I have hemorrhoids of a hybrid hemorrhoids and asked about Salah in the Gospel of Salah the proper size for them said Yeah, stand for Salah. Yeah, that's the reason he said if you're unable to do so, then sit down and pray and if you are unable to do so, then pray lying down on your side. Yeah. So, these are all raucous or concession The third area of growth so one is being allowed to that which is around the other is leading that which is worship or fault. And the third is in more

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AMOLED there might be issues and I don't want to go again because it requires a lot of explanation to in my trance track buying and selling transactions for example

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during a time

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perception was something that's absent a car that's gonna be manufactured in the future, for example, they call it bail, bail in that dorm. That was not originally not allowed. But it is allowed in certain situations anyway. So that's to do with Roxa. It's only a particular area of opinions and Islamic rulings, majority of the St. Haga scholars is not just to deal with concessions. They have different opinions on the Azima. Yeah. Whether this something is true is to have is this. Is this halal or haram? Yeah. And we have different opinions on it as part of HTML, that we don't say that if one scholar for example, says the meat of the People of the Book in this

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country is haram. Yeah. The exclusions are we're not talking about pork Of course.

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I'm sure I don't have to clarify that to the beef and the lamb for example, is

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a scholar says this is halal for you. All right. And another scholar says no, it is haram. We don't say that. The scholar who made the halal is doing it out giving you a Roxa giving you concession. That's nonsense. It's not a concession. The opinion he has is still an Azim Azima it is the original ruling. Yeah. I hope you follow what I'm saying. Yeah, the only time it become a concession is if he's saying you know any of them say if you're allowed to eat because you're dying that now is a rock solid consistent. So, so, different opinions of Scholars is not necessarily based as if allegedly suggesting all because of Roxa

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is the heart is different some ACR is not as Eman books are different opinions are not based on that.

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Okay, then.

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Then he makes

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a few other statement

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leader looks a bit for example, he says from Avada I will be here for Corona selasa Kilimo Fidella oh who had hot warmer warmer Adele who for who about Bill?

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He says so, whatever was the

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the rulings or the actions or the judgments from from the generation from the from the first three centuries of the Muslim ummah after prophesy Salem. Yeah.

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That is, that is hot.

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That is absolute truth. And what is anything aside from that, in other words, if there are opinions, if there are opinions who came from Allah MA from the Messiah here or outside the mullah here, which differ with any of the opinions from the from the scholars of the first three centuries, then that is battle. Oh, big statement, big statement and a totally disagree with it. This is not an evidence or a source of evidence of the Quran, sunnah, and no jurisprudence, or solely Jean ever made that as a basis and a foundation for deciding whether something is right or something is wrong.

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Neither does it come in the Quran that it permits. So now we can't just make something up and say, why not? Three? Why? Why is why 300 years why not 320 years? Why not send 50 years? Why not 299 years who said the first three centuries will give you the right to say that not only does he say that, but he makes some very bold statement, you see

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is the heard from the Quran? sunnah is something available for those who have the qualifications from any sensor anytime, anyplace. And of course, it's affected by time and place as well as

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have deep knowledge of said

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people like Tamia, IBM and others have said centuries afterwards they came in the eighth century of Pedro so they they must be talking about that as well. It's it's absolute nonsense, to even suggest that. But

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if you notice the prophesies, how can we say that because battle is falsehood, battle means is full of sin. Any any opinion that comes into the sermon, and that's why I said not only is it wrong if you said that this, the first 300 years is the correct opinion. And the other opinions are

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Mistakes are wrong opinion. Even that's easier to swallow in words, but I would disagree with it. But he makes something even bolder and stronger to say one is hot and the other is battle

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Subhanallah you don't use that for is to help prophesizing and for example,

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what did you say SallAllahu sallam? He says in Hadees Buhari and Muslim, if they still had al Hakim

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style fella who had to run what if they still had the Hakim

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for US law fella who

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is a scholar and alim or a judge doing is the head

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they give an opinion.

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And it is correct. The police officer did say it is Hawk notice. Yeah, he said Psalm. Yeah, he got it correct. Meaning before Allah is mercy on the Day of Judgment, yes. Find out then for him will be to rewards him or her. And if the the Arlen the judge,

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does this hurt? And then and four o'clock? He makes a mistake. He didn't say yeah, that he does bottle

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promise or something said that he makes a mistake. We'll find out when will we find out the mistake on the Day of Judgment? Yeah, and then then prophesized and say he's not he's been a rock in hellfire bizarrely for him there's still a single reward not to reward but one reward for making the sincere

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is to have to try and come to that a this is from the Prophet saw somebody Muslim, but how can you come up with happen module for talking about opinions of Allah and scholars? Yeah. So I find that statement totally

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objectionable and and to be rejected and that's why actually, Allah ma when they talk about his head would say he don't have the greatest respect for one another in this part of the other volatile half of all

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earlier time to this day, is to say this is our opinion. Yeah. This after our is the hug and we think we are correct and that the other opinion is Hapa is wrong. They don't say that we are in hock and they're on bottle. Unless you're talking about gopher and Islam. That's when you use Hopton, but it

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is the ISM is battle.

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Believe in Allah and one God is the hug. That's where it's used. Okay, so, so So Allah Allah says that and with modesty, Allah ma will say, but perhaps we are we have made the mistake and perhaps there is a chance that they are right.

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Because we cannot be absolute and that's why Allah Allah Allah knows best.

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So let's just deal with that side of things, which I

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am Roger then says that l WA, which is being cautious can only be yet this one are being cautious. I mean, this rebind can only be from a cocky

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as far as somebody who's already doing haram and anything that fast doing all sorts of things, how can there be any any caution in regards to falling into dots or markers that are already in Haram? So I understand what he's saying in regards to that.

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But I'll explain it further as to what I what I think in regards to that. But there is a very important aspect of of the application of this hadith and what's happening inside each person's heart. And that is the state of the individual first

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and we'll come to that in a moment in Sharla.

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So, the only other thing I want to mention from the the explanation of

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done by various Allah ma of this hadith one is by

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in Fatima bein I'll hate me and

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I'll hate Tommy, not hate me with Assad but with a tad This is I'll hate Tony.

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In the huddle, hate me not even

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ask Kalani who was Monday a lie to me is thought in his corroboration a tactical ahaadeeth. So in line with that, of course in regards to this had

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He's he mentioned I've mentioned another day he says

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that the prophesy Salam said

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he says quoting Hadith ly Abdullah will add on your tuna Mala Mata team had Jada Mala bats be he has run Lima beheld bass.

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This valley he mentioned and which is in the merger

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and in a turmeric tournament he says

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I'm saying the Hadith Hassan Overeem Hassan Avari

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sad when telemovie uses that as an indication that this hadith is life weak. Yeah.

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But it is weak, it's a good indication that this is likely to be weak.

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And in fact,

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it is. The hadith is mancha yesterday, so I'm going to miss the translation in a minute according to Sheikh Abdullah

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with a weak person in the transmission

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this hadith says according to this hadith the Prophet SAW said that a slave or a servant does not reach the level of Taqwa become McDuffie until they leave that which is okay. From that which is okay. Out of weariness. Yeah.

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Yeah, I'll believe that, which is fine. Okay, meaning that which is mobile,

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they leave some of that, which is mobile. Just add to weariness.

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Yeah, like as though they were leaving that which does have a problem with it, which is haram.

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And when I looked at this, and he didn't even need to go to the chain, the meaning of it is just topsy turvy. And that's what a hate to me is using. In other words, we should leave mobile things. Yeah. Out of Taqwa. Well, that's just nonsense. And quite rightly, is there a bozo says that

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this is not the meaning of disbelief. And and this is misuse of this week, at least, to try and say that we should leave that which makes you doubt out of things which I'm above. It's just nonsensical. There's an award that goes further on to say quite rightly, in his ex ex exposition of that he says, There is no piety and in avoiding a leaving something, which is MOBA.

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Yeah. Piety lies in avoiding avoiding

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doubtful things. MOBA isn't doubtful. If someone a voice and mobile app out of piety, he or she is following the whispers of Sheikh bomb

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and not following the Prophet salallahu Salam is quite right.

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So now

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in summary, was my analysis of the Hadith some of you have already given in the comments from last time and in some of the disagreements I had with watch, even Roger and I have a whole lot with the beauty of the gate. It's a respect to love to him and Roger, make us

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don't ever get it wrong, but when you're critical, but you suddenly throw out

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even Roger was an amazing scholar. I love I respect him so much. And in many of the other Hadith, and even in this one, there are other comments which are absolutely brilliant, full of insight and depth and piety. Yeah.

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So don't get the wrong idea.

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You know, this idea is about leaving that which makes you doubt and doubt is doesn't give justice to the word riba as if original explains himself the meaning is that which makes a stirring inside you a discomfiture inside you and palate and

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worry and anxiety gives you to that with doesn't do that and gives us now himself in the complete reef explains it which is not missing the Hadith which mela we mentioned in the advantage does it and peroxide explained for surely truthfulness is tranquility and calmness and lies and falsehood is this rebar this anxiety and worry? In other words, he's saying, follow that which is truthful.

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That means telling the truth following the truth, in your guidance, follow the truth. Don't follow falsehood, any kind of falsehood, wherever it comes from, don't follow shaitan in the words because if you

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I believe in your heart, then it will give you this power. And it Rob,

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and it'll give you this anxiety and unsettledness if you have no emotion in your heart, you're not going to get it, are you? That's the first thing to realize. Yeah. So it's to deal with is to deal with an all overarching pizza of the pocket size and told you in that data is to do with that which is truthful, against that which is false.

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And that were in the underlying Oh, no, no, the prophesised isn't mentioning that is only for believers that's clearly indicated.

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When he's given the advice, because

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person who's careful, they're not going to find they're already in falsehood. So what kind of rebar are they gonna get in their hearts? They're all they're all.

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They're not going to get that.

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And that's perhaps the meaning also what even Rachel was saying that somebody who's already comfortable doing her arms, yet. They're taking drugs, drinking alcohol, etc, etc. Well, they're not going to get this discomfiture on doubtful matters. They don't go home that is a sort of where you're not sure. They're already in Haram. And quite happily merrily carrying on with it.

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I'm not saying all of them actually. There's plenty of believers who are on in those haram matters, but they know what happens to them when they go near them and do them even after they've done them. If there's any element of demand left in them, there's a there's a discomfiture and there's a guilt that's part of riba that is riba not Reba. Reba as in Mason in the studies that now you Rebbeca EVO kala Mala your ebook, so,

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as I said before, it is not really about the philosophy of Allah ma

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as we said with the Hadith number six the responsibility of the Allah why you go to them as the Quran says plus Allah Allah Vickrey income to La Tala mon ask people of knowledge if you do not know the beauty of the Allah Allah is to give answers to things new things which come

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every every time period and place has new things. Innovations I don't mean better I mean new situations because the developments of the world and it needs answers we don't put them all in super hot we don't put after the first 300 years yeah then 1100 years or under super hot and say everything's super hot so just avoid it live in a little mud in a village somewhere so you don't have to come in contact and make a decision about these things. It's absolute nonsense.

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So it requires is the duty of the polymer to remove the gap from people's mind but microphones first came and speakers in the Muslim world I still remember and some there were some famous scholars in Indian Pakistan for example I will have been in other places they said this is haram to use the microphone and you do it for the exam it is haram

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usage nevermind honey Shabbat dinner together nice to have very clear

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so this is because their face something that they just didn't understand.

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So it's they hurt me and if that's the some of the Alana's thinking like that Majan what the public was thinking

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reminds me of the car riding in some villages in some of those countries or anywhere and see when it first arrived and people sticking a bag of hay in front of a car you know what I mean? That's happened to people of course because they thought it's an animal it's it's nice food

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and remember, if we compare it to these number six what the prophesied Salam said in regards to sugu hurt

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he says Allah Ya lemma lie. Yeah, lamb more hun NACA, Cyril Menendez. Most people don't know about these doubtful matters. In other words, some people do. Even amongst Allah Now, as I said, with the excessive expression of that hadith, that not all Ummah have the same level of knowledge and same level of understanding. depends. It depends very much to that teach that that background, that intellectual ability, and how how much they've studied, whether it's in the first five years or whether it's 15 years later. Yeah, it's not just to do with that of course, but all these factors play have an impact on them coming to a conclusion or decision. So what one can clarify I'm not a

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scholar may well clarify and remove the shobhaa for you

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and tell you that this is clearly this thing is MOBAs in my opinion, the SEC and the soba as they're forgotten.

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So coming back to what I said earlier

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when we're talking about this discomfiture, yeah. And another Hadith, which we're going to deal with later is number 27. And prophesised Lim said, we're in the tech world in attack, and that's what I've talked.

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There he mentioned that sin what is the MaHA GFI? nefs? What are the toughest solder and sin system? Is that which goes round and round in the heart? Yeah. unsettled the person. Yeah. Even if people are giving you legal opinions and fatawa this people who are giving legal opinions maybe interrupt people, but because actually includes them as well. And that's very important to take into consideration how often you find people in the masjid but just mousseline. Yeah. And then quite rightly, a Foley opinion is solid, but they're given their own fatawa sometimes they read classical opinions in not in Arabic, not from the original. It didn't take me a set song so about this. And

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then they applied to a present situation, which even Kenya was unaware of. So they're isolating Mufti themselves and they don't realize it. This is eager so people just under blurt, how often do people blurt out haram? Allah left, right and center, and they have no knowledge. Yeah, no knowledge. So this includes those people who are giving you legal opinions or hearsay, blah, blah, blah.

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What's interesting here

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is notice that the police are some telling you and me as an individual, even the public, who are not scholars, that your heart in the end has a role to play in what you follow on what you decide.

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And I've said this for a long time for those who are so entrenched in their mother, for example, that you can only your heart, the heart of the recipient, if you want to follow Hanafy opinion, it's you're going to make the decision, not somebody else. You may say I don't follow an entertainer anymore, follow Shafi or Maliki opinion, who's going to stop you.

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It's you. So you're in my heart plays a big role in deciding, yeah, who am going to even take as my scholar, whether I'm going to follow Hanafy mother, or well, I'm going to follow another mother, who made the decision for the public, they made the decision themselves.

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So in other words, we play a very important role, because in the end, we're going to be answerable to Allah directly as an individual. Yeah.

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Of course, you Olimar gonna hold more responsibility when we put our trust in them. Yeah. As to what they say. And that's what very shift key a very frightening for those who are giving a legal opinion. So so it's talking about the individual, their own heart. But that heart we must be wary of what is it being affected by?

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Yeah, as I've already said, if somebody's already doing Mahanama, and somebody's Fast Six, well, what can we guess by that person's heart? Not what's really, yeah, that person might be feeling very anxiety full and full of constriction inside and unsettledness. Because he's been told to pray five times a day. So it's like, oh, I can't do that. I can't do that. Yeah. So example, the province. Awesome talking about that. Yeah. If you feel like that will be useful and productive in Europe five times daily prayer. Of course, it's not talking about that.

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halitosis, we need to think deeper to realize, so it depends on who's feeling the discomfort in the heart, on what basis. All right. So that example, then we have somebody who's dialed ignorant, they don't know much about their religion, yet, they don't know much about their religion.

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how they're going to decide you have to have some knowledge and some element.

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So in other words, this discomfiture, you have to have a Muslim less some foundation, they know something about what's right or wrong and the black and whites or a Muslim 15 A 15 Euro is necessary to know from now some foundation of the religion know what its pillars and things are at least to be able to feel something complete jarhead from an ignorant person we can if I'm a giant I can't go by my heart going steering inside because somebody told me too fast.

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Yeah, I've been

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controlled by shake on that that that whispers from shutdown, not from my sincere heart. Or here's another one which you have to be very careful and may have heard an opinion about

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Something I'll tell you, I've come across so many times, all my life

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yet from a particular scholar, or I may have a background and baggage from a particular culture, I like come from Middle East, or I come from China or I come from Indian Pakistan, and they have a particular look to religion. So suddenly I come across a different opinion, a Maliki opinion, in Andalus, for example, in Spain, think, oh my God, look what these guys are up to. What kind of Islam is this? Yeah. And he's stirring inside my heart and makes me feel uncomfortable. Yeah. Maliki standing, praying with their hands down. Yeah. I'm not doing what you do. Yeah.

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And somebody's saying army and loud. And you've never heard anybody say, Amin loud. And it really bugs you as somebody wearing no topi on the head and they pray, people can cope with it. So is that the kind of stirring the heart is talking about? No, it's not.

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This is the level for her. And also you got baggage in a culture, which is stirring inside your heart. Yeah. And perhaps the other opinion that you've not heard about and not followed, and not even really looked at is perhaps more correct opinion than the one that you've been taught and been following with your background and values.

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Important to think about, isn't it? And I find this this is very common email.

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Less so in this Alhamdulillah.

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In a kind of mixture of people that we have in Afghanistan and the different opinions in this country. Yeah. And education and opening to different views opens up and traveling the world opens up your views, even in regards to Islam and seeing Muslim different Muslim communities doesn't have brothers and sisters. That's why it's so important.

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Or, or it could be, is it for the person who's got their own desires inside that they want follow a particular opinion because they have a desire? Yeah.

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So they want it. So of course, nothing's gonna stir in their heart. If my desire is, I'm going to follow all the weakest and the easiest and everything, no matter if it's truthful or not. And then I'll follow that in my shower.

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So then, of course, nothing's gonna stir in my head, whatever, whatever. Legal fatwa whoever is giving his or Loki said that. Yeah, he said that. And he's educated. He knows what is. Yeah, so there's a danger in on the other side of things.

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So at least what I, what I would like to say here is that you may follow a particular opinion. And you need to double check, triple check about why you got an anxiety of a particular vein. You don't have to follow the rabbit, but have respect for the opinion other legitimate scholars, legitimate scholars.

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in the Gospel, on this one, we took a talk about the overall message of the Hadith. As I said before, it's about following right. Truthfulness, which is a message Yeah, sent by Allah subhanaw taala. guidance to all the prophets and finally sent by to the prophet Mohamed Salah Salam. Yeah. The message of Islam that is as simple as that is truthfulness. And falsehood is all the other

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kind of ideas that to put doubt in the gods to Islam doubting the gods to Allah in our hearts or minds, whether it's through philosophical arguments, or whether it's atheistic arguments, all that is falsehood. All that is Kevin, as mentioned in the Hadith, and that should give us discomfiture and the remedy for staying away from that, to avoid that discomfiture is the Quran. Yeah, with understanding curries recitation with feeling understanding and knowledge and learning about Islam and Ibadah and falling prostrate in scheduled before Allah smart Allah will keep us on that suit. And tie on that Nina? Yeah, in the heart and Sakina in the heart, and then asking people of

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knowledge who we trust. Yeah, where we have

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doubts or a kid occurring in our minds.

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So of course in regards to that, beware of shutdown. Yeah, beware of shutdown, because if cudlipp is going to come, then if they shut down that's going to use falsehood and lies to confuse put doubts in your heart. So the Quran a bada Yeah, all that is going to fight against saying Bismillah saying how do we live in a shake Allah regime? Yeah, we'll remove that Riba.

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In regards to

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what's mentioned in regards to this study, so that's, I would say overall my analysis of

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this short term lease of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam which was reported to us through his

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grandson Al Hasan

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may Allah be pleased with him

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and that's where I conclude so

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I could recall you had the worst of hula hula in the whole hula for Rahim open to any questions on this hadith inshallah.

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I have questions but I'll wait for everybody else to ask first shot. No problem is that Kamala

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Mary generous of you?

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before the rain jumps

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so hailer

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question is a comment, telling myself at the end of all these lectures I've tried to reflect on and I think that myself that we need to brainstorm and also to reflect on the light of Quran and Sunnah when we come to the situation, as you rightly said that there will be situations of confusion as time passes, and beautifully the adhesives are linked, like the first of these that near if your knee is clear, and you're not looking for your personal gain desires, and also the next to these 12 which comes into that area of confusion. So

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stay away, especially which which does not concern you or does not concern the religion.

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Last week, someone asked me that or other told me that they have canceled all their credit cards, because despite paying within the time limits, and not paying an interest, but saying the contract actually is not sort of acceptable, when you sign in for that he will pay interest if you go out of the boundaries, and that leaves you in a situation of confusion. So just thinking on those aspects of these issues will always be there to think and take

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opinion from the scholars.

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Sorry, shake your mute.

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Okay, sorry. Yes, of course.

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Good point about sincerity. Keep in mind that provides as I said, as to who you are that self analysis or realizing who am I with my sincerity, and remembering all the various factors that can affect the stirring in my heart? Yeah, or the lack of it? In my heart. Yeah. And then shutdowns whispers, so be very careful.

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but of course, ask people of knowledge to clarify and then follow that people you trust. When you come to an economic issue. For example, here, it's important to ask people knowledge.

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And you corroborate with other people, don't you ask other scholars about that particular person? Or about their opinion? Does that person not only have knowledge in the stomach, or soul on the loan, but do they understand economics and banking of today?

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Fully, to be able to give an opinion. So yeah, and that goes with other fields as well. Whether it's the medical field or whether it's the

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business field, etc, etc. So without going into the details of what you said earlier.

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In the end, you know, Islam, life is short. Islam has left most of our life mobile and wide open.

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That's the that's the foundation. Yeah, what is haram is limited, isn't it? Everything else is allowed. And what is obligatory for us to do is limited everything else is allowed.

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Keeping the mocassin the purpose

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We were sent here for we haven't got time to just stand up the traffic lights in shuba and we are going to die so I'm going to answer for what did I do here in this world, so help others to to care for others to develop things in the world to you know, that's what we're here for to do good works as much as possible so

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don't We don't need to be in get up in the hangups as

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some people did. And I mentioned this in regards to knee if you remember the first studies that we did, but some spiritual people, some not all very Sufi ascetic orientated got so obsessed with this Allah mal wellness knowledge or criticize this attitude of a domain, you know, and do they do it again about money? Was it correct? Or I'm gonna break it again? I'm gonna do them the what is exactly I do not repeat the words dress it right today I feel in my heart shutdown get

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this is this is shaitan actually

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don't want you to move on to do anything. Yeah. Anyway.

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Anything else?

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Check. I think that was a really lovely question from Brother. So how it actually kind of ended, if I may just ended on to the question I was going to ask about is too hard and the importance of context. And mashallah, you already went through that, especially in terms of modern age, current thoughts about how people's lives are, especially with financial systems, computer systems. And, you know, even things like organ donation. I know, that's quite clear when I started to build businesses here. But I've still seen quite recently on one forum and part of where brothers were just talking about how it's haram to get transplants and so on. And I just find it astonishing, just like you're

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saying that they're stuck at the traffic lights waiting to cross and they're not crossing, because they're waiting for perhaps ESA lesson to come back and tell them how you can cross

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just in my own way, and just about what you said about the shutdown. And it seems to be to my mind, it is somebody who is non learned, so important that whilst we do read Hadith from from wonderful scholars and sheiks, and Allah bless them all. But but the fact is, is that perhaps we got to read about their own context, I was just actually looking at what you're saying about one of the one of the scholars how he actually came from, I think it was 13th century Baghdad, and clearly, opinions and so on that he has formed. Off the basis of I'm sure authentic hadith are going to be in context of the 13th century that he was part of, as opposed to what we are now subject to which, which why I

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think it makes a lot harder for for people like myself who are not learned but trying to approach Islam as open mindedly as we can realize, you know, we don't only have to have responsibility for ourselves, but for our children to, to teach them something which will give them something to move ahead. So I was just hoping to get a little bit from you in terms of the the importance of getting this to heart and for us to seek guidance with people who have probably learned as opposed to just out of books.

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So big question, of course, um,

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yeah, they're not standing at a traffic light to shuba. They've already crossed to the other side. But

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I've gone back.

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Yeah, the middle of decision to say It's haram. They're not sending me somewhere. But anyway,

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aside from going into that issue.

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A scholarship, of course,

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is very much is linked. You know what scholarship really is. And this is very important to understand. And that's why it's linked with time and place. Scholarship is not knowing is not just should I say, I have to be careful with my words, not just knowing the Quranic idea to do with all the legal rulings and matters. And all the Hadith, whether authentic or otherwise. That's rote learning. Yeah, you can get the computer screen actor Morty scholarship, scholarship, is understanding and wisdom to how's that Shawn? It is applying the Quranic verses and the ahadeeth in the context of time and place

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in the context of time and place, this is what he says. And this is what this hadith says. Is this hadith relevant to this issue? Or is it this hadith that's relevant to this issue? Or is it actually none of them that are relevant to this issue?

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That is scholarship

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that's after you've decided the both of these are authentic, because it's rather authentic. They go in the bin already.

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So it's conceal is applying

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Bringing the rulings down to these situations, to the situation, to the context of people to the question they're asking, and their particular issues in front of them, which are not black and white, like in a book. They are situations that have nuances that you need to think about. And the consequences of the fact where you're going to give what consequences is going to have, things are not black and white and Hamdulillah. Islam is that wonderful, beautiful religion because it's not just theory, it is a practical way of life. So it has that room with these they had to, to to move to a situation of people it has that it has, it is married, it is flexible, isn't it? It's got very

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few very fixed foundational things view the rest is the art and therefore it has that flexibility

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to move in times and situations with people's particular situation what they're facing.

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And of course, that means therefore, yes, somebody

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sitting in the Middle East or despite the world the way it is it's changing now with with with the internet, but if you even despite that, why would I ask you with a big scholar sitting in Rawalpindi or in Alexandria, or in Mecca Medina even about the issues being faced by university students in USA UK or schools hear about the fatwa mobilize them they have no idea

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even if they flew across here two or three times they have no idea Yeah, ask a scholar who's been to the schools and the universities and live their life here. And there is no law yet here we are in that situation

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I do actually have a very context specific question but it's not for this forum. I will ask you to separately inshallah and if you think it's worth worthwhile sharing and police dimension or color vehicle

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All right, everybody.

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I forgot to say at the beginning and I keep forgetting such is

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must be getting old. I was gonna say those people who have come on here, but I think some people have gone already should have said at the beginning, who want to give their contact directly to us after while we're on this forum, so you can send out to them individually if they don't receive anything. If they don't receive the link, and inshallah next week's class, I'll put a lot of chat out on my number on there just to make sure everyone's got my contact details. So yeah, I think I think we should start collating because there's sometimes new people coming and they don't then get the link if they're not on a particular forum. Not really sure. I have a settler to have these group

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just for just for this as well. I'll add everyone to that. Inshallah. Inshallah.

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I can avoid your permissions then brothers and sisters, in shall we? Shall Allah

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.