Munir Ahmed – Session 78 The Wider Context of Sadaqah

Munir Ahmed
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with wide sustenance and give us knowledge, which is

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give us the Tofig to do good deeds which are acceptable to him.

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On him we are utterly dependent and we turned to him alone, that is no power might accept that of Allah

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resuming back with our 40 Hadith

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another way of buying as it's been famously come to be known as and just to remind that, that are buying there are many books on different subjects done on the basis that 1440 Hadith on Jihad voted Hadith on this aspect of that does that and that aspect? Why various scholars throughout the centuries of Islam that are, as I mentioned in the introduction, before we started the first first studies, but the most famous if you mentioned 40 Hadith will people will come to mind is unknown with Amanda who is 40. This is actually 42 Or that mentioned before, but when they say 40 The mean around 14, obviously. So that's not a mistake that somebody is added to afterwards, you only meant

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14 It means 14 means around 14

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and to remind us that His title is a buying fee McDaniel Islam or kawaii the law

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that's what he called his book 14 meaning Hadith on the foundational principles of Islam and and the basis of legal injunctions. And that's what he's put together.

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And of course, he does a sharp or exposition of his own work. But it's a brief one, but of course it's famous because he does it. I usually mentioned it when I mentioned and do the exposition of any of the Hadith I mentioned that he says a few sentences. That's what you usually find. So if you want to be brief, and if it's available in English, I think it is I'm not sure 100%

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Then you can get Imam not always exposition, it's usually a few lines or a few paragraphs depending on early. And of course, he passed away in 672 Hijiri.

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And after him people took his

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42 ahaadeeth And did various expositions of them.

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One of the first to do it was in the far LSB Lee was from Andalusia,

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a Spanish scholar, who passed away just actually

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690 9/20 20 odd years after Imam nawawi so he did a famous exposition

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But of course the most famous one and the most comprehensive one, which most scholars refer to after him is that of Ibn Reginald. Mom. No, we have Shafi even Roger B's humbly follower of Medina humble.

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The Allahu Anhu. Even Roger, work, Ellis his most famous work is Jameel Hickam. oluwo Welcome.

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fee should he have seen I had eaten him in July, I'll kill him. So he's said a compendium of knowledge and wisdom. In the exposition of hum seen 50 Hadith. So he's taken the 42 from Norway and added eight of his own to make it 50.

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From Joah, may I'll kill him is referring to the Prophet Silestone by the title that that's prophesized themselves authenticate, at least that he was given Joanne milk, Alabama teen speech and a few words, he said much.

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So that's the explanation. That's the most famous and most comprehensive. And even Roger is not only a fucky, and a great scholar of the humbly school of thought, but it was Muhammad this as well. So you'll find when he's doing it, he brings in the various narrations, and then he makes comments on whether it's authentic or not, and who reported it. This is his way before he goes into the details of the subject.

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Aside from him, and even Roger is comes more than 100 years after I would rather passes away in 7995 Hijra. Remember him not knowing passed away 672. So he's coming over 100 years later to do that. So

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somebody who is earlier than in the him I also refer to his work is Imam a to thing.

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But Nigel Dean a toughy, who is also humbly, like even Roger, but he's only what

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3040 years after Imam nawawi and he has attacked Jean, which is the

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the calls it designated one Fisher Hill are buying in the exposition of the 40 Hadith, and he passed away in 716 Hijiri. So that's a gain of Imama trophy, I find it very useful. He always add something and his way he usually deals with first various words to clarify meaning, especially some of the difficult words. And then he goes into the meaning of each statement. And that's his way of doing it. And he's not as verbose and not a compendium like that of even Roger yet, but certainly it is

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quite detailed.

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Ibn Hajr al hate to me who comes

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300 years after

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Imam nawawi he also has a famous

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exposition called Alpha Tuomo been the clear disclosure

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and Fatima bein in the exposition of D 40. And other other biases become famous now he just says Arbaeen everybody knows who is 40 collection is talking about. It doesn't need to say you know maybe in the introduction he'll explain it but from the title just leaves it the exposition of the 40 everybody knows is mum, no worries compilation of the 40 Odd Hadith.

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I've referred to a little bit, but I don't find the ads much more than even Rajab adds

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to the exposition. All of them have some uses. Some people get confused by Abel Edna hudgell. Hate me

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and think is even harder. Alas, Kalani, the famous

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great scholar of who did the exposition of Sahil Buhari,

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modest and fucky in his own right, and very famous, of course, he didn't do an exposition of the 14 days actually even harsher and he passes through an 850 to nearly 200 years after Imam No way.

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But he does what he does, is he takes the 40 Odd hadith of Imam nawawi and he finds other chains to the same IDs, which are shorter chains. Mod 13 have a tendency to do this throughout the ages, because the shorter chain is much more robust than a longer

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chain doesn't mean that the longest chain is not authentic, but a shorter chain is much stronger, in a sense. So he finds shorter and he calls that's why he does reach a lot by now will we be assigned at all? Yeah, they call it higher chain, which means less people in the actual chain.

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Also what is available and it's been printed, and I mentioned it a long time ago, is also an exposition which is quite brief. It's not in any way,

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a compendium it's quite brief. It is known as the exposition or sharp Arbaeen of immediate topical aims,

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if no topical aid

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and even though topical aid is the scholar whose famously mystery Egyptian scholar

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who died in 702, only walked about 30 less than 30 years after Imam nawawi. This has been printed in English by Islamic foundation as well. But actually a scholar from Syria in 2016 did

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a thorough research of this expedition taking four manuscripts to in Berlin and one in Saudi Arabia and I think one in Egypt claiming to be the exposition of a political aid, ignore topical aid is interesting is a great scholar and Muhammad this as well and the teacher I've actually Imam, the great Imam Azhar hubby. So is around that golden age of scholarship in Misurata, and Damascus especially. And

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they said why was he called doc equal ad use always think why the peak means something which is precise. But when you say the peak another, it means somebody with a sharp eyesight. When you say the people aid it means because they say Allahu Allah what the truth is that historians that he had a streak of white hair at the forelock. So he is because it looked like eath crescent. So it's like the coming of eath. So they called him the critical aid.

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Allah knows what the truth is. Apparently, this was a nickname given to his dream. Why was one of his grandfather's or great grandfather?

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This exposition, I looked at this research done by

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the scholar and the scholar.

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forgotten his name? Yeah, man, I think he's called.

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Back, Becca, Lee

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2016 is excellent research. And he looks at the various manuscripts, looks for any signature research is through the literature, when they mentioned the critical aim, because scholars of his time and scholars after him would mention they always mentioned with the scholar, his writings, no mention of exposition of 14 days for him. Is there in Wikipedia. Now, Wikipedia is not reliable. Because of course we keep it is based on the fact there's one in circulation claiming to be that hasn't looked at the research that No, he doesn't matter. And in that article, Eight Rights, many other works. Usually when scholars do that they also make cross references to the other books as

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Yeah, and they have a way of writing as well. So scholars will do research can tell from the word that is this even a topical aid. He never mentions it anywhere else. Other scholars never mentioned his work or refer to it that he did this exposition of 40 Hadith. And then further to that, his conclusion, as I've just summarized it for us Conclusion In the end, is this because some said is even hydrolases Kalani doesn't fit with that because that's not one of his works. So other said is

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it's Eben Firth a Shamili. The one I mentioned earlier whose from Spain, it doesn't fit with that. It seemed This is an unknown person. Not a scholar. Yeah, who does a lot of cut and paste for each release. And this scholar in his research has found out it for every Hadees is divided the comments he makes as to where they've been cut and pasted from because they are word for word in those works.

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So each of these he took there are a

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paragraph a paragraph that he says in this video he's taking a paragraph form even further because it's word for word. He's taken a paragraph from Imam Nawaz Sharif. He's taken a paragraph from

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like the

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way he's a hadith in Sahih Muslim. He's taken a paragraph from the exposition done by Imam nawawi of Sahih Muslim which is very famous. He's taken a paragraph from here and there and he's traced all the paragraphs. Hardly any word is from him.

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So I'll cut and paste so cut and paste was around he within that, in that time, actually even had a loss Kalani

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doing his football berry for Tilbury,

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which is the exposition of Sahil Buhari, very famous in his own time.

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A great Hanafi scholar did also his own subtle body

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of Sahil Buhari, and he copied much from even hydrolases Kalani, he did lots of cut and paste. So even higher actually wrote a book criticizing him for stealing stuff from him without mentioning that I've got this from. So he took various lots of things from Evan Hudgens book, put them in his book and then gave Hanafy opinion.

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He wasn't happy, even hedger, he really criticized the inevitable that the cut and paste has been going on.

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Even from before present time. Now,

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I see it's interesting when I look on various verses on the first Iran for example, or to to see, and you look at the various tafazzin, you often find, you come to see, and then you look at previous Tafseer, and the one before and the words are exactly the same. So he's obviously not sending from if you just cut and pasted from the previous Mufasa of the Quran, and he's cut and paste from another one, because they all have the same comment exactly word for word for a particular verse. So that happens a lot as well, when people don't realize that obviously, nothing wrong with that, obviously, but it's better actually to acknowledge that I've taken this from such amorphous set,

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rather than just copy and paste and people say, Oh, look, everybody's got this opinion. Actually, they haven't they just cut and paste

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in our opinion.

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Anyway, some interesting background, I hope now

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we're on Hadith number 26, which actually, is Hadith very much linked with the number 25. I know many Hadith are linked, because, you know, he's kind of finding Hadith which have, he sang himself those which are the very foundational principles of Islam. So he's gonna find a hadith,

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less to do with the details of Islamic rulings and injunctions. Although, as you know, we cover some Hadith, and we did cover some rulings, but they are more to do with general overarching rulings, rather than specifics in detail. Yeah, that's what you would do, because otherwise, you could easily get 40 just on, you know, the, the issue of divorce or 40, on the issue of marriage, or 40, on the issue of others have done on the issue of Jihad 40 on the issues of this and that, when he goes into detail, he hasn't done that. So he picks it. So of course, you're going to find Hadith, that inter lock because they are to do with a HELOC. Especially he focuses on of character. Yeah. And the

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founding principles of justice, etc. And not causing harm. Yeah. And of sincerity, these kinds of these are very foundational. Yeah. And therefore, it's not surprising, therefore, that hadith 26 that we're going to cover now is intertwined with 25. Yeah. And therefore, when you come to an exposition of even Rajat, for example, there's a lot of repetition of what you already said, in the V 25, in the 26. And he does say refer to the previous series. Yeah. And he says, refer to at least we didn't in such and such a number, because we already covered this, and then mention some more. So the there'll be some of that, taking place with it.

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What is the least number 25 If you have your now with Arbaeen, then you'll see that this is the famous studies

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at least number 25 of Ibiza. And there are lots of versions of it. As we mentioned when we did that hadith, some are more detailed like this one

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In the movies, others have less detail but are very much on the same lines that the crunch of the Hadith was poor Sahaba coming and saying that the surah bill would show that the rich ones are running away with all the rewards. Yeah, because they give up the superfluous wealth that they have in South Africa. And we can't. So that hadith is very much focused, but the prophesied some, when he answers them goes beyond that in giving more as he often does. So it gives them a remedy for that. Yeah, in saying, Allah has given you something you can give him sadaqa it's not just material. Yeah, La ilaha illa Allah Allahu Akbar Al Hamdulillah, Subhan. Allah will all give you it's like sadaqa.

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Actually, it's not really sadaqa Malik is but it's not a material sadaqa sadaqa to yourself, because by praising Allah, you're not giving sadaqa to Allah. So as we said, last time, the meaning of Saba cow was actually Azure

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reward, isn't it? If you're doing sadaqa, you're doing it for yourself. Yeah, but every standing for that, which is right, we're Ambrym Bill Maher, who sadaqa Wanda Kassapa. So in that studies, aside from the vicar and remembrance of Allah, it generalizes standing for all that is mal roof and good.

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Meaning practicing it as well, is a subtle stuff for you. And against all that which is wrong and evil and not doing it is a subject for you. So unless there is a general principle, except it went into one thing, which was this is the beauty of the Prophet size, and we went into an area which they didn't expect you would go into.

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Because he said, we're phoebo a hottie Consolata in the sexual act of each one of you is a charity. And they were shocked, of course, well, they didn't ask about that. Did that? That's not the topic they asked about. Look at the wisdom of SallAllahu s and the prophesies. And he went in there where he expected them to say, what, what are you saying or messenger of Allah? subhanaw taala. And that's, that's the beauty and usage of Islam and the dean. This is that Dean, which is I say, as he said

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liberal people don't like the word liberal. But actually this is the Dean which is liberal.

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Because he's giving you reward in for in fulfilling your desire with your wife or husband. Yeah, Subhan Allah. Yeah. So that was that was us again, going to other things. We left it as a general this goes into a bit more detail or what is maruf? Yeah, that's the background to it is giving a bit more detail. And as

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I think

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even Roger of Animam, two feet, both on both of them, and certainly

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I think even Rajiv says that this is not, this is not a list, which is a list of things.

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A limited list.

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By province has amazing some examples here don't get the idea that all these are the only things which come under the title of South Africa. These are just some examples of publicized some given Yeah, it's not a list which has been given to limit and from the previous of these

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because it adds to the background of this one.

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What I've just said,

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Prophesy some said in one report of Tirmidhi

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similar in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim multifocal LA, he said Kulu Magoo, Finn sadaqa.

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Every good is a sort of

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every model model means, you know, anything that's good, beneficial, so meaning anything good that you do is a sum as a southern part. Yeah, it has reward. Yeah. And in the version of Tirmidhi he says after that, we're in nominal models. And, and surely for amongst the models, and teleca. Haka. Be watching Talak that you meet your brother with a smiling face

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that you meet your brother with a smiling face. Yeah, so that reef goes into a bit more detail as to when the Prophet saw some said in Hadith 25 What I'm doing Bill Maru sadaqa Yeah, explaining some examples of that model.

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So what 123 GFI min Delaware fee

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Na is a fake, and that you empty from your bucket into the bucket of your brother, meaning your share. It's used in that sense, like water or milk you're sharing.

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So it's given a very specific thing. But its meaning is much wider than that, isn't it? You don't focus on just the bucket. And if you don't have a bucket I've got nothing to give him

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in the sand

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is given as a very specific example, but its meaning is why

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the promise has some giving.

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And prophesy some give in the various versions from Ibiza. I mentioned them with the last Hadith. For example, He said

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what, to me to other anatomic to remove something harmful from the road? sadhaka what to smell?

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Awesome. And to make a deaf person here that means of course if persons permanently deaf, you're gonna make them hear what does it mean? It means to help them. Yeah, in this case, today's world you will be using sign language.

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Yeah, and if you don't know sign language, you can still help a deaf person, can't you? Yeah, so that's what it's actually saying as I imagined those who do the operations to actually correct the deafness of people

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that are coming under this as well, aren't they? Here?

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What that deal atma. And to guide a blind person,

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South Africa Yeah.

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What a doula.

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Were to do most of the deal alhaja teehee and to guide a person looking for guidance for his need. Yeah.

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it is a sadhaka to remove. Yeah, rafiqul Agha, me and Tariq sadaqa to remove a big bone from the road and doesn't have to be a bone does it but the example of a bone is being given just because it's the context of the time and in a village you've given the example of what's normally lying around Yeah, but it means anything harmful as it's been said in the other Hadith

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wow look at life in this hadith again, which is asthma, debonair Hedberg and helping a weak person. Yeah. Meaning that can mean somebody who's got disability

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Yeah, in at least.

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before I come to the Hadith that notice it said that from amongst models is is to meet your brother with a smiling face

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if that's the case, and brother here doesn't mean your blood brother.

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If it means your brother it actually means that human being

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this is brothers in humanity. Some will interpret this to mean just Muslim brother is not right. So I go around me smiling at a Muslim but as soon as I turned to non Muslim ago

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what kind of examples that to limit that this is it's not even humanly good quality. Now we're talking about Islam. Does Islam come to do that? Yeah. So we come stern looking at a non Muslim smile at your brother. That's not our we're gonna be we'll be answerable for that kind of interpretation. So here, your brother means human beings. Yeah, I mean, is anybody Yeah.

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This reminded me of,

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of funny story.

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You know, culture plays

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a big part in our perceptions.

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some in this country, a woman serving you a young lady who smiles at you as she as a checkout or selling clothes anywhere or you go to a doctor or a nurse. He smiled Good morning. It's if she didn't do that would get offended when we would come back home. Male or female not she's only going to smile at my wife when she goes and when when I go they're expected to be grumpy. I'll call mom said that nurse was really rude. Or that

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lady serving give the clothes to me at the suit at the store. She was really rude. was talking about a bad day or something? You don't like Muslims? You like brown people? We come up with all sorts wouldn't we? Okay.

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Now, unfortunately, the culture of

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Muslim countries is a girl, young girl, a lady smiling at you often has different interpretations.

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And I'm not justifying that actually, it's very sad that those are the interpretations.

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Because it means the sickness with us, if that's the only interpretation we can think of,

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isn't it? All right. So why do I mention it? Because somebody who was

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you know, in Punjabi they call a man getter, but I don't think you are

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the ones who have to come fresh off the boat. Okay, I can see a fresh off the boat because the our brothers anyway.

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What I have to say that because it has a context to it, he came to this country. I don't know how long he'd been here, but obviously not very long, young man. He went to the supermarket. And the girl serving at the tail. He obviously liked the look of it. She smiled at him as she served him. And she he thought she said Come to bed because he smiled at him. That was his interpretation. So he molested her. I don't know the details, and he was put in prison quite rarely was put into Now why do I mention it? Because I've just said smiling is charity. All right. But his interpreter charity was way off. But this is culture you see, but actually, it's not a good culture. It's not like

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saying, Oh, we Muslims, we are very nice. etiquettes with our sisters and women, you know, we don't smile at them

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in case to get the wrong idea, and they don't smile at us. Actually, this horrible culture is not from Islam. This is from our own mentalities. Yeah. And this is why I actually let them further wet goes further to the extent that you find that practicing Muslimahs

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you don't get a slum from them. Everybody smile.

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Never mind that when you say slum to them. They don't even say well it comes down to you

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and make you feel as though you've committed a crime and talking to them.

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This is I've mentioned this in the masjid many times in football, it is utterly unacceptable. Because to reply to Salam is a fun is one of the duties the prophesized Muslim has upon a Muslim not male to male. There was nothing he didn't say in the Hadith. Yeah, that replying to Islam to the slum only for the same gender is a duty is wajib.

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Is that Muslim? Yeah.

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so why? Why is it to Muslim there because however, you can interpret greeting wider than that the greeting responding to a greeting from a non Muslim male or female comes in the Quran.

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The obligation to do that

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don't need to go to even Hadith. It's there. Don't Don't get distracted to that area. That's not a topic for today. So that's one thing. Second thing is if smiling is a sadaqa to strangers,

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isn't it more of a priority at home to parents?

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And everybody is going to expect me to go there. Now let me go somewhere else with it where we don't go with it. What about your wife? And what about your husband?

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It is a sadhaka to give out there to the general population. Right? So all smile it works. Yeah. Unfortunately, we've got kind of

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upside down topsy turvy kind of society out we in some aspects. That work.

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Yeah. With people smile, everything nice, come home tired and grumpy with the family. Oh, is that right? Is that what this is saying?

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To the extent that we made it in the last 3040 50 years, certainly from the 60s it started this concept of making sure the woman and the mother is downtrodden. Yeah. The second wave feminists wrote books against this mother idea and the Wi Fi the and housewife is a dirty word. You mentioned it and you can be you know, arrested for being Yeah. Anybody who encourages how? Yeah, right. So it's nice and smiley. A cleaning cooking at work? Yeah. Profession.

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Yeah, but when she does say at home.

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She's a slave. Okay, for the loved ones. Yep. Yep. So anyway, I could go on but I'm not going to

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My point here is that we as Muslims forget to apply the smile at home. And charity or say it was the English phrase, Charity begins at home doesn't fit with this series perfectly. started up begins at home.

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Actually sadaqa in Islam, as I said in my previous hotbar in material terms as well starts at home.

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He starts at home, the priority, and I'll mention a few of these later on.

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Of sadhaka province prophesy, some always said, What the Who Bremen Town, start for South Africa,

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after st the sub Doku giving charity and start with those who are responsible for when you're responsible for them. Actually, it's not surprising. What does it mean you're responsible? His words is font on you. But he still calls it sadaqa because it means reward. Yeah, if you're gonna step over that which you're responsible for, and be charitable everywhere else and people under your nose, you're miserly with and you're not fulfilling your you've got X.

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Upside Down gone wrong somewhere. Yeah. So Charity begins at home, including the smile as well then doesn't it?

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Smile begins at home. That's why in one Hadith, and I'll probably mention it later. Again, I don't want to miss it. Now, while I mentioned this about smile, that when the promises made some giving charity to others spending, yeah, even feasibility lie in the way of Allah. Yeah. On various things. And he said, and amongst the best of these charities is to put a morsel of food in your wife smells.

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Yeah, why did it now when it says morsel of food in your wife's mouth? I wrote I was doing a new car, a marriage ceremony. And I mentioned this. And I had to clarify that that doesn't mean to say you're in a bad mood and you shove it in a mouth. Yeah. I was just saying in Yorkshire shove it in a gob. You know, even when you're unhappy, and with a plunger. That's not

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it is showing love.

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That's what it's about. Okay.

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It is, indicates you're responsible for feeding her and providing her.

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That's also indicated, but outta love even using your fingers to put the morsel of food in her mouth. She can do it herself. Okay, but doing that doesn't say of course you go home and say why from now on. You're not allowed to feed yourself. I'm going to feed you like a baby.

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Let's not get the wrong end of the stick about it. Yeah, this is showing you showing love to the wife. Yeah. And it's seen as as the best of sadaqa even though you're responsible because it becomes more of a charitable think that you don't actually have to feed the animals. Do you raise the bestest or the prophesy Salam said, Now, would it be a Samatha? If your wife also put a morsel of food in your mouth, even though you paid for it? You say is because? Because that's loving again?

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Yeah, it works mutually.

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It works mutually.

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And I mentioned that because the idea of smile is there. And it's amazing. There are authentic ahaadeeth When talking about giving charity in various causes, comes to those who responsible and then says the best of the charity is this

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is this many people don't realize it and know it. They think the best is actually given to the poor.

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There's a cow Of course.

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That's a different ballgame. Now we're talking about

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and the word sadaqa is interesting. Because in these Hadith, and in Quran and Sunnah, it often covers boss that which is obligatory. I'm gonna set the prophesied some said begin with sadaqa with those who are responsible for so it's talking about the words in the fact of responsibility on males. Yeah. And the grand use in the master data to allele for Cara, evil Messiah keen. Yeah, that's the Quranic verse, which is the most famous verse, the verse to do with the eight categories of people given the car and it says southern art. Everybody knows from the Muslim ummah is talking about Zachary.

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In the obligatory Solokha Yeah, yeah. So the word can be used in both but here in these ahaadeeth Even though it covers all of that which is obligatory and those which are voluntary, the words sadaqa is used to mean agile and reward. Yeah, so in the obligatory things there's reward as well as doing excellent reward. So the West solid has been used in that kind of sense.

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Okay, after all up background introduction, we'll come to the leaf and here man no we mentioned

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says and remember Imam nawawi doesn't give the full chain of the Hadith and gives us a Hobbes name he says, and Hadith Musa de su while I showed the 26 are these

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Well, Abby Hooray data Radi Allahu Anhu call caller a Zulu lie sallallahu alayhi wa sallam good Lucia Lana Amina nurse Alayhi Salatu cool yo mean that Luffy Hitchens? Tara lupinus name sadaqa wa to ane or Rajul were to a nodule a fee that but if a track Milou who I lay her out or Fowler who Allah Yamata who sadhaka well Kalama to play iba to South Africa will be coolly hot to what intense she had a masala tea sadhaka what to meet Will Aza and Tarik sadhaka rahua Who will Buhari

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rowhill Buhari were Muslim so Mostafa Quran la supported by Bukhari and Muslim this hadith is from Abu Hurayrah and the translation on every person's joint

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it is a must upon them Alaihe

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to give a charity every day the sun comes up

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so and then the prophets I'll give some example to act and make persuade peace between two people justly is a charity

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tabula vainness name what are a no Rachel and to help a person on his Mount

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Carmel horse now to be car and bus or whatever means of transport to help them help a person on their mount, lifting him or her on to aid or hoisting up his belongings onto it is Asaka

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while Kelly Matata Eva sadhaka and eat a good word is a charity

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what we call the hot word in time she her Illa Salah sadaqa and every step that is taken walking towards doing your Salah is a charity meaning to the masjid is a charity what to meet will allow Tariq sadaqa removing something harmful from the road is a charity

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these are these is in those words here in Sahih Muslim in one version in Sahih Bukhari for example. And he mentioned this will have a Muslim it this one it says you doing this you're doing that in this version in Buhari also say a person? Yeah, well you ain't Orajel a person helping? Yeah, it gives it in the third person same meaning just slightly different wording. So as I said, it's in Mojari and Muslim. This hadith

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similar Hadith I mentioned to you. We mentioned with Hadith number 25 are bizarre things like helping a blind person helping a disability disabled person removing something harmful for the road in all the previous studies, isn't it? The smiling thing is not in this study. But it's In another Hadith in Tirmidhi smiling in your meeting person smiling in their face is in the Hadith Tirmidhi Yeah, so you can add all those to this as well. This is Abu Hurayrah Saudi.

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To remind ourselves before I look at some other versions of it as well, is about Abu Huraira

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Abu Hurayrah Radi Allahu and is the most one of the most famous companions in the Gospel reporting Hadith.

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Some Latter Day Muslims started having objections about Abu Hurayrah

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saying or how come he joined and embraced Islam

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I'm such a late time when it comes with so many Hadith

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and they try and discredit Abu Huraira This is pure ignorance, Jehovah Allah. And it's people who have no idea of alumina, Hadith, the science of Hadith and its depth, just some superficial things that some Orientalist set and they took consolidate them lock stock and barrel, or Orientalist or not their majority of them to just the look at and the majority of them, nearly all of them, in fact, really don't understand the lwml Hadith

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really don't understand, although they have some idea of it more than the arm and the public of Islam and Muslims. Of course they will because they studied it for years and years. Yeah, so this is where that's coming from. Abu Hurayrah Radi Allahu Allah and, and they tried to say or

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he was criticized, there was some comments of he mentions many Hadith about from Omar and from Abdullah Allah. But that didn't mean that discredited him. In fact, we find it authentic. I had these Tao they take Hadith from Abu Hurayrah

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sometimes they check with each other. Yeah. Abu Hurayrah and I'll come to that. Let me mention it now. For example, the Hadith in Sahih. Muslim,

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Timothy, which in which kebab reports to underline the honor. So these are Sahaba talking. And he says that I heard Abu Huraira

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that a person who

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does a lateral janazah

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for his brother for another person doesn't mean a brother doesn't mean it means Muslim of course male or female, and then also attends the burial for them is to get a lot of reward. This is famous Hadith. And then said, Woman salah, Salah to Janaza Somalia, old Cobbler,

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cobbler and urine. Well Allahu Kurupt

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Gorod Minh mineduc Kalu where milk mama cannot Oh, what is Kira? He said, Let me explain first what he said. He said one who does the salah to janazah and goes to the burial. They have to get out of reward. One who prays this little janazah and comes back before the burial they have one kid out of rewards still. So they said oh boy was the key rock and he's reporting from the prophesized alum as well. In one version, he says one karate is like the mountain booklet. In other reports, they said what is to karate? It's like It's like two big mountains. Yeah. So when Abdullah and Alma heard this, this is in a Bihari Muslim and say they're authentic report. In one report, a bland number

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says Abu Huraira Yeah, he always narrating lots of Hadith. So he sends hubbub, he says, Go to Omar Mortmain eyeshadow Delana and ask her about this hadith. So let's have a corroborating with each other. Yeah. So he goes, and he comes back. And he says to the lender of their honor, that Omote minion, eyeshadow Golan, ha, she said sadaqa, Abu Hurayrah, a Buddha spoke the truth. What he's saying is true. So I've learned Omer goes, he says, then we have neglected and lost many crops. Because he didn't use he didn't know it, above revenue. And of course, among many in Isotta, obviously knew it. And this hadith is this Muslim hadith of GearUp of following the going to the

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janazah and pray and go into burial and having these what is reported by many of the sahaba.

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Yeah, so this is them corroborating and the same way he spoke the truth. So nobody's saying Oh, he is telling all sorts. And we know from a hadith in Bukhari, I mentioned that before Prophet sarsam.

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Abu Huraira indeed, became Muslim in the seventh year hijra, and the Palestine passed away in the 11th. Year. Yeah, just before Hiber and he went to World War Two hyper from dos. His name Abu Huraira is a nickname there are various stories. Not none of them are absolute as to why he was called nicknamed Abu Hurayrah. Some say his father or his family called him it as a nickname. Others said some companions called the mate because he used to play with cats and things Okay, keep cat. Another report says perhaps is one of the best ones, Allahu Allah, but it's not absolutely

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Get that one. One day he had a cat under his

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Petri carrying it like that. And the Prophet saw some saw him and said, what is that? He said it's a cat. So the jest progresses over Yabba Herrera, Abu Huraira, the father of a cat. So any of those doesn't really matter. Because the others argue and they they use that. Can you believe it as a discrediting ovaherero They say we don't know who he is.

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We don't know who he is. All the Sahaba know who Abu Huraira is. Hadith full of mentioning.

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I've just given you one from Zion Muslim. Yeah, many of the line that Omar everybody accepts them. Of course, they didn't say by the who's Abu Huraira.

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If they're right, that's what would be said in Samus, they wouldn't it level, by the way, who's over there reporting all these are these and omamori, I would have said the same to Han Allah. So everybody knew and what they don't realize that whereas spent those three and a half years with the Prophets awesome all the time. He was in the mosque all the time. Yeah. That's why and his objective was learning, learning, learning, learning.

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And he has multitude masses of students from the tabby.

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well documented,

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who wrote manuscripts are these from him, and the Sahaba weren't going around. And neither these great taboo in saying, Who's this guy?

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I'm not taking it from him. He only became a Muslim, three and a half years ago. Did anybody say that? No.

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Yeah, they are our community who we trust, not some Orientalist coming 1400 years later was telling us who's Abu Huraira you ignorant people?

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Because we don't know we only know his nickname. Because there's 35 different opinions on the name of Abu Hurayrah. But not on the not on who he is. He is

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yet the most famous one perhaps is he was called Abdul Rahman is suffered a dosi use everybody knows it from the tribe of DOS.

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What his actual name was, was the Abdul Rahman, Allahu Allah. But that's like Carlos said he does 35 different opinions as to what his name was. But everybody knows his nickname, and everybody knows who he is. Yeah, how many people know the real name of Abu Bakr? Right. He has a name but Abu Bakr don't mean to say now Abu Bakr doesn't exist because we only know him by nickname.

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Okay, kind of stupid argument is that but that's been used.

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So this is to clarify again, about the grid Sahabi Abu Huraira Radi Allahu Anh about he mentioned himself Hadith in Bukhari, the great Imam Bukhari didn't come along and say, Oh, I'm not taking his ADIZ.

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Yeah, they were so Imam Bukhari and Muslim. Some of the great Muhammad the theme, Imam Malik in his

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Mata Medina, humble in his most nerd, these great giants of Islam. They didn't come along and say, by the way, who's a Buddha, I'm not going into this.

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The whole Ummah, has great honors respect for these great scholars and their books are full of a Hadith from Abu Hurayrah. Why did they not object and then very near the time? Yeah.

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It's a smack in the face of people nowadays, with little knowledge going around saying these kinds of nonsense and rubbish, isn't it? Do you think about it, and their books are replete? These are gatherings of Hadith? The most authentic gathering of hadith is Imam Bukhari sahih. Followed closely by Muslim Yeah. And Abu Huraira, more than 5000 Hadith are reported, and his memory was absolutely brilliant, as is corroborated by Sahaba and himself and the prophesy solo. In, say Buhari aware says I came through prophesized to him, and this seems to be early on in his time. And he said, Yara, so Allah, I kicked a lot of these from you, and I keep forgetting them.

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So the prophesy Salam said,

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open your robe, spread it out.

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You know, whatever cloth you have, that is shown, spread it out. So he said the prophesy Salam did this gesturing

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into his robe like this, as though he's putting something in. Then he said, Now fold it up. So he did, he folded it up. And then he went back and wore it. He said, I never forgot how to do this after that.

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This is not to last Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam who's done this?

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Yeah, it's not Joe Bloggs down the road. It makes no difference. This this is Muhammad Rasul Allah, who is under revelation with Allah Azza wa taala. And he's done this for this man. No wonder he got a distinction of remembering more than 5000 Deeth Yeah. Because look what the process and does

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SallAllahu ala

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that's just a reminder as again, a bit of a Luma Hadith, a little bit of reminder about Abu Hurayrah wrote the Allah one.

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And he's great standing in regards to knowledge of Hadith. And the special blessing given

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we accept the blessing. When a beloved now Abbas Radi Allahu, I'm not the only one who met who was a young man only 12 1314 When the Prophet son passed away, right? The prophets are sir, make special dua for him Disney as well. Allahumma fucky, who fifth Dean, while a little while to him, while him hooked that wheel, Oh Allah,

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give him an understanding of the dean

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and teach him that wheel which means the seed of the Quran.

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Yet that young Sahabi cousin of the Prophet SAW Selim, because of this vessel, dua right, came to be known as, as an ocean of knowledge amongst the scholars of Sahaba to the extent that the likes of Ahmad when caught up, and seniors he used to bring him to the meetings of senior Sahaba didn't need and he was came to be known by the tablet in and and the generations till this day, to be known as taught German Quran, the interpreter or translator of the Quran, because of this to our and why is it then when it comes to Abu Huraira? Do we reject something special, that's been done fine. You see,

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very important for us to realize that.

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I hope what I covered, part of what revision and foundation are giving you the translation of the lease we're going to cover and we'll go into the details of it Inshallah, in the next lesson

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and look at some other versions which are similar to it, because it helps us to understand this one as well. And we'll go into his details. A call call. The other was stuff that will help you look into who Google for Rahim. Any questions, either from online or from here? On what we've covered today? Obviously, not questions and what we haven't covered.

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Yes, find my

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balance mentioned a transmitter and his interpretation. Was it us Konami? You mentioned in one body? Oh, yes. Even harder even punch us Kalani.

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The federal authorities very famous scholar

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Colbert is a sharp t shirt. Sahil Buhari exposition of cycle buffers. Okay, so he walks position rather than just a transmission or that was an exposition, but his most famous work is this one. Okay. The other one he did? Even hydrolases Kalani I mentioned was what he did with the Fortify Imam netherwing. Remember I said he didn't do an exposition. He just did the shorter chains of each one of them

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have the same Hadith

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shorter authentic chains

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any other question? Anybody online with a question?

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too volatile of income. We need to send a reminder that we're back on again. Remind people throughout the week rather than just on the Tuesday I think so that people are aware the Congress has been a while since they

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have been on.

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Persevere with 26 Quarter seven next Tuesday.

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