A Glimpse Into The Life Of Imaam Al Bukhaaree 2

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So continuing where we left off, we left off by saying that a mama vokalia Rahim Allah during his young age, he was granted intelligence and the ability to preserve study. And we mentioned that he memorized the Quran at the age of 10. And from the age of 10 to 16, he stayed in the bukata region to study from three prominent scholars of his time and age. Another thing that I would like to add to that, that we have a narration from Mr. mcquarry himself. And this is indicating the greatness of his memory and his amazing capacity to memorize everything that he learned. He goes at the age of 10. This is at the age of 10. I had already memorized the works of Abdullah minimal vadik. I had

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already memorized the works of Abdullah in robotic at the age of 10. And this is why you see that when he mentioned the three prominent scholars that he studied under that the majority of that these three people their shift, or the shape that they had in common was Abdullah robotic. So he said that at the age of 10, I had already memorized all of his works. Right? And likewise, I had memorized the works. Have a look here if no giraffe and a Loki I'm the giraffe. He was another great founding scholar from the he was also a teacher of enamel shefa yo Rahim Allah, but he gives some that he has to email myself a lot. And this is how he became so well known. Basically what happened was msft

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Rahim Allah.

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He was just standing somewhere one day and a woman happened to pacify, and her ankle became uncovered. So obviously, this has lessons all on its own. But some of the some of the sci fi that he gave him was unbelievable that it stands until our time and people implement it till our time, and the memorize the line verbatim. So this having been said, Mr. Misaki, Rahim, Allah He complained, to advocate, he's like, you know, after I saw this woman's ankle, if I see a weakness in my memory that and there's something wrong, I can't memorize, as well as they used to be able to. And you'll see that the greatness of the greatness of the scars of the past was that they used to rely upon their

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memories, that everything they used to do was in their memories. Like you look at a mama Shakira himolla when used to attend the classes of Mr. Malik, he would sit there, and Mr. Malik would be narrating Hades, and all the companions, and all these students, they will be writing down, except from Herman Shafi. And it would almost seem as if he was just fooling around playing in the sand, or whatever the case may be. Yet, when Mr. Malik used to ask him, you know, what is it that you're doing, and he's like, I'm memorizing, what you're saying is that he had a unique way of memorizing, so much so that he was able to verbatim D repeat everything that he said, so used to heavily rely

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upon their memories. And this Likewise, we see from the likes of an honorable party as well, that the scores of the past, they weren't so much so about writing, and composing and so on and so forth. But rather they had a heavy interest upon the memories. So getting back to the story at hand, after a moment, safira him Allah, He saw this woman's anger and he felt like a weakness in his memory. He complains to a clear, and he goes Shaco to a lower key and through a heavy, four out of 70, in a hurricane mouthy. were called Le in neuron, one or Allah He

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was asking. So he said, I complained to okiya Shaco to NLP, and I complained to work here. So I have the answer. So as we both the weakness in my memory, right, I complained to him about my weakness in my memory for Australia, and he and I started carrying my Aussie. So he guided me, or indicated to me about leaving off since. Right, so he guided me to leaving off since we'll call early in Elma neuron, that indeed, knowledge is a light, while neural light.

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And the light of Allah is not granted to someone who commits in Sinaloa halogen. So again, some of the other lessons that are derived just from this story alone, is the importance of abstaining from sin, and how even though you might not be able to explain scientifically or medically, the amount of sins that you commit, they affect your memory. And they affect your life in general as a whole. And one of the most prominent examples is take the example of the person who prays fudger on time, and the person who ends up sleeping through budget and praises on data during the day, you will see that there is a world of a difference between these two people. The person who prayed is scheduled upon

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time, is going to wake up after and he's going to feel energetic is going to be enthusiastic about what he's doing. And he's going to have high spirits, but as for the person

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who ended up missing a lot of the budget and ends up praying it whenever he wakes up 1011 o'clock in the morning, generally, then we'll see and notice that this person he'll wake up as someone who's very groggy, is going to be sarcastic in his speech is going to be cranky and very moody. And this is due to the fact that these sins that we commit, they do affect our personalities, they do affect our memories, they, I do have a spiritual link with us, so that we see the greatness of staying away from sin. Not only do they increase our bad deeds, and we will be asked about them on your piano, and not only do they increase the black jaws on our hearts, and make us of those people who become

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heedless, but likewise, they memorize physical aspects of our body as well, from them, the memory from them, our emotional feelings, and so on and so forth. Thus, we see that for those people who seek a happy life in this dunya unless I know it's Allah gave them a clear criterion, unless I know it's either you mentioned two similar parabolas that are opposite unless I know what it says. And so it's enough I mean, I mean, I saw your hand that means that in a minute, but I know he knows who he is. And Allah subhanho wa Taala says, and he who performs a righteous deed, he who performs a righteous deed, whether he be male, or female, and this shows the system or the system of justice

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and equality in Islam. The oldest final tag is facilitated gender, just as much for the woman as he is with a famous right. He goes man, Amira, Sania Han means occur in a woman says that he will just a righteous deed, whether he be male or female, will who are moving on and he is a believer, but I know he nfo high up on saiva then we shall bestow upon him a good life. So let's find out that he gave you the criterion that for those of you who want to go like do righteous deeds, and have a man and for you is the life of goodness, and you'd like to comfort. Now, the exact opposite Allah spinalis Allah mentions in Surah Taha when he says, woman out there and victory for Indiana Houma,

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Isha Tonka, wanna show who Yama Yama tiama De Lima hacer Sani America punto de sera jellycat eska is una forma de la casa de callier messenger. So in this nice couple of is in Soto, her Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the first person, he goes, and he who turns away from my remembrance, meaning he who turns away from remembering Allah subhana wa Tada, he who turns away from the remembrance of the Koran, he who turns away for for from performing good deeds, and he has the ability to do so. So in Allahu marysia Tonka, then for him is a livelihood or a life of extreme congestion, of extreme tightness that he will never feel satisfied with himself. So again, this all goes back to your

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actions, those who perform good deeds, then they live a life of comfort and a lack of relaxation. But for those of us who persist in things, and continue to do things, even after we have, you know, blinded and shown the crest factor, then for these people, is a life of hardship and congestion. And unless I know what Tyler he goes on to say, we're not sure who yomo kiama tiama and we shall gather him on yomo piano as someone who is blind, caught out of the the Masha Sani ama Why have you gathered me as someone was lying on your camera? This person will say, Oh my Lord, why is it you have gathered to me as someone who is blind was in the dunya I was able to see. So that's the last

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panel Tyler will respond to him. Cuz I like I said sky as soon as NSE answers our science and our verses, they came to you, but you became heedless of them by necesita ha, look at that, because your methods and this today and your mo piano you shall be someone who has forgotten and who has neglected just as you neglected the signs and the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala and this is the name. So this we see the great relationship that actions have not only in this dunya but in the after as well. So those of us who perform those good deeds in this dunya they have a good Acura as well, as well as a good dunya to live in. And as for those of us and we seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa

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Taala from being of these people who do evil deeds and persist in them, and do not have to benefit from a reminder when it is given to them, then for these people is a life of congestion in this dunya and a life of misery and hardship and terror and horror and the africanum. So now it's upon each individual to decide which path you want to take. Unless I know that it gave you the criteria. It's up to you to do with what you want with it. So getting back to this point, and that was that emammal Bukhari Rahim Allah at the age of 10, he had memorized the works of Abdullah in the robotic and and work here in New Era. Right and we see

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From the 300 scholars that we mentioned. So, as time went on a mama Bukhari Rahim Allah, he realized that he had reached the pinnacle, or the climax of the knowledge that he would be able to obtain in Alba Cora at that time. So this, he took it upon himself to start traveling. And this is what we mentioned that from the methodologies of the scholars of the past is that they would take as much knowledge as they could from the people of their area. And then once they're taken as much as they could, they would go on to other areas, and try to grasp and obtain knowledge from them. This is what they used to do. And this is what we see from an email recording. So at the age of 16, he had

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realized that, I don't think I can obtain any greater good over here, as I've learned everything that I could. So at the age of 16, Rahim Allah, he mentioned, that

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a memorable party, his brother, as much his brother's name is Ahmed and his mother, they went to go make Hajj. Now, this is another amazing thing, that you look at the situation today, and you look at the situation of the people of the past, come any performance hygiene, our time is something which has become so facilitated, that you hear people complain that they never complained before. And what I mean by this is, you guys, you're packed your bags, you'll go to the airport, take a flight to whatever whatever airline you're taking, and you'll end up in Georgia, you're performing a hedge, you have buses and cars taking you to all the places, you're staying air conditioned tents, food is

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provided for you, and everything is granted to you. Yet we hear people complain like they've never complained before. Now you look at hedge at the time of email of Akari. And we mentioned that Pokhara is that region, where landsteiner, Pakistan and Turkmenistan all these areas, that was the bukata region, it would take them months of walking, and going on cameras, and spending cold nights in the desert, and surviving literally on breadcrumbs, that amount of Akari and other generations, he mentioned that he was eating leaves, he was eating leaves to just stay alive at that time. So now you look at the great difference. Now even though we have been facilitated with so much good, we

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find that people are complaining. And in the past when people have gone through so much hardship, their personalities became strong, that even big things will not affect them. So at the age of 16, Mr. Bukhari he went for Hajj with his mother. And after the completion of Hajj, he decided that it would be best for him to stay in the area he does, and then encompasses Mecca, Medina, Jeddah, and five and the local areas over there. So he decided to stay over there and to benefit from the scholars of that of those areas. And I wanted to keep our session something very basic, where we don't go into too much details about his scholars and the types of assignee that he took. We

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mentioned previously, that the Hadith is categorized into two categories, the standard and limited. And Mr. Bukhari his speciality mainly dealt with the Senate, that he was a specialist. And being able to distinguish a good narrator from a bad narrator, he was able to find discrepancies in that Hadith, which the greatest of scholars of his time was unable to do. So without wanting to go into too much detail of whom he narrated from, and the various areas. I just thought we'd take some of his more prominent teachers and some of the areas that he wants to, so we might invoke audio from Allah. And this was the first journey I took at the age of 16. When he went to he does, and if he

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does, he stayed there altogether for a period of six years. Now, there's a difference of opinion amongst the historians. If he stayed there for a period of six years, together, yani in one shot, did he still stay there for six years, and then go on his next journey? Or did he stay there altogether for six years, and will not allow them and this is what Rahim Allah narrates is that altogether, he stayed in he just was six years, and it wasn't six years in one turn, but rather he went to hijas then he went to Kufa then he went to Wasilla, then he would return him after he dies and collect Heidi, as they came to him.

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So altogether, we see that the most prominent of places that email and locati Rahim Allah which tool or the judge area that encompassed Mecca, Medina,

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just the Emperor if and then he went to Basra and Kufa which are areas in Iraq. And likewise he was in Mesa for which is again in that area. I mean, obviously you know that in our times these countries. They have their own boundaries now and they have their own various names, but we'll stick to the names of the past. So these are the main areas that email McCurry from

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was to and in these areas he meant he met prominent personalities.

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Now from the greatest of his teachers are the most remarkable of them was Mr. Mohamad, even the humble or AHIMA, hello tiger, who died in the year 248. Now, Mr. maximiser mala is a signpost of Islam on his own. He doesn't need an introduction. Anyone who has studied anything of Islam, or anything or filk, or anything of Hadith, or anything in any of the signs of Islam, you will find his name there. He was one of the greatest scholars to live

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and one of the greatest scholars that the Muslim nation has ever known. Thus, when you study fifth, they always go back to four major methods, as they say, or four major ways or school of thoughts. And the last school of thought or the in terms of date, or historically was the School of Law.

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And Mr. Muhammad, he was a man of many traits. He was known for his piety. He was known for his extreme worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He was known for his generosity. And he was known Most importantly, for his knowledge of the science of Hadith, unless we see that he was most one of the most prominent teachers at the time of a man Mohamad Rahim, Allah Hosanna.

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So what we see from this is that a shut off or a mobility that a person may have as a student, it's something which he inherits from a teacher, that you will not find a strong students, or a scholar of Islam, that becomes renowned, except that there was a great teacher behind him. And this is what we see from the remark abilities of email. locati Rahim Allah is the great teachers that he had. And we mentioned that this great teacher that he has from the mammoth and very example that he had in him, and he visited him Mr. Smith, a total of a time, he went

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to visit him in Iraq a total of eight times. And he benefited from him quite a lot.

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So much so that after he compiled Sahih, Al Bukhari, Mr. Mohammed was one of the few people that checks the health of it. And we know that Sahil Bukhari has many Magic Minute and Mr. Mohammed, he took the time to check the Haile Bukhari and he differed with him, I met him with the amount of authority on Friday. And in a big rahimullah, we mentioned that one of the sources that I took

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the sessions from was images, mocha demos, towards a very, was his introduction to parts of it, where he talks about Imam Bukhari and a bit about his worldview. That's why that's why I'm just what I'm quoting him from. So he said it pertaining to this that Mr. mathema is different with him and boccardi only upon for Heidi. And he says that, well, not who I am, but the first opinion seems that all the ideas were correct, and the difference that he mathematize was due to a lapse or a mis judgment from management.

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So, this you see that it was due to this checking that amount of effort he did with the various scholars that he met with, and the corrections that he was looking for, and the guidance and naziha that he was hoping for that Sahil Bukhari became the most prominent work in it. So much so that it has been called the most authentic compilation of works. Obviously after the book of Allah subhana wa tada was the book of Allah subhanaw taala is completely flawless. Now, whereas the works of man, you will find flaws in it. But of the most perfect of compilations of man was the work of imaginable partly due to the hard work that he put into compiling it. And moving on from there. We said,

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another great scholar that email Makati sat with was a scholar of yahia avian marine.

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His name was yes here, even though my name

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and if you study the sciences of a study in more detail, you will find that you saw the scholars of Hadith. And that time, there were few prominent ones. from them. You had the mammoth mud from them. You had chef? Yeah, he had no mine. from them. You had Oliver madine from them you had about Hashem or Razi. Right? These were like before, big guns, I guess you could call it a headache at that time, that if you really became a strong student of Hadith, and he wants to excel in this field, and in design in the science, then these are the people that you would go study with. And obviously Imam Bukhari Rahim Allah, he became an Imam in his own right, that if you look at the biographies of Imam

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Al Bukhari, Rahim Allah, what is he called? He's called Amira meaningful Hadith that the leader

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The believers in Hadith, right. And likewise, he was given other remarkable titles. But historically speaking, he came a knowledge generation, but sometime after the time of the for great Emma that we mentioned, from EMA mathematics, and you have domain and Alia, Medina, that he was younger than them. And obviously, the praise that they had for him was something remarkable as well. So yeah, he had no money and was the second great chef that he studied with. And likewise, Holly Medina, he was a third grade shift that he studied with. So again, these are the notable scholars that he studied with. And I mentioned that I didn't want to go into too much details of the other massage that he

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had. But in the hotjar Rahim Allah, he ends off that section by saying that altogether, amount of Bukhari, he studied from 1080 different scholars from 1080 different scholars. Now, just from this point alone, you find many benefits. And before we go on, to taking this benefit, there's a famous statement that was narrated by a Nokia in the giraffe that reached a member party when she tried to implement. And this is why we see that email because he was so successful as a scholar of Islam, and in particular as a Mahajan. So I work here, he mentioned that a person will not become a true scholar, until he does the following. And he mentioned that until he married from those people who

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are older than him. So firstly, you will not become a true scholar until he narrates for those people who are older than him.

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And likewise, he narrates from the people who are the same age as him. And he narrates for most people, or younger than him. So alakea, being the great scholar that he was, he had this wisdom. And this statement reached a memorable Party, which he tried his best to implement, that wherever he could find a Hadith, he would go to that person and narrate from them, no matter what his condition was, whether he was older, whether he was younger, whether he was from the same age, whether he was or she was male, or female, whether they were poor or rich, black or white, whatever the condition was, you will take them and you will not differentiate or discriminate between the inheritors of

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Hadith, except in terms of their identity, and what we mean by Adana is their trustworthiness. And we mentioned that there were reasons in the past that people would reject Hadith. And that was due to maybe some sort of excessive sin that they would commit, or they had a weakness in their memory, or they would mix up the wording or Heidi. Right. So unless it was for these reasons. Mm hmm. So remember, Buhari would take a hadith from any of the people that he possibly could. So in the Haji Rahim Allah, he mentioned that among Bukhari, he narrated from 1080, different six or different scholars. And he narrated from those older than him younger than him, and at the same age, and we

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mentioned some of the benefits that we derive from this are many, and from them is that as a student of knowledge, you will never learn the weaknesses of the person that you're taking from, unless you want to study with someone else at the same time. And you can see many examples of this. Like, let's just say, I have a teacher named Muhammad, and I have a teacher named Abdullah,

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Abdullah and Mohammed, they both specialize in Haiti. So I go to Muhammad and I read to him, so he go potty. And one of the narrator's in Al Bukhari, is Alfieri, Baba he, now, he is a word that's very hard to pronounce. And obviously, in the past, didn't have the haircut or the movements upon the letters. Now, let's just say Mohammed, he pronounces it correctly. And it's supposed to be as forever a now we go to Abdullah, and he just totally distorted and cause it like for Oprah, or something like that. Now, this is a weakness that he has, because due to something that he learned incorrectly, or the teacher that he learned from, he didn't, etc, to him correctly. So this is a

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weakness that a teacher has. But you won't realize this weakness until you go to another shape and you learn it correctly. Right? So one of the things that you learn from this scenario, the situation is that in order to encompass knowledge properly, you have to study with various people. You can't just take your knowledge from one person and neglected and rejected from others, but rather a person has to be open minded. And for those people who who seems the taqwa of Allah Subhan Allah to Allah, and he sees righteousness, and he sees them to be people of knowledge. He should go around seeking these different sciences, because you'd be surprised what you would learn. That's different from

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what you might

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If taken from another teacher, and obviously at the end of the day, that which coincides with the Quran and the Sunnah is something which is correct an egg which goes against it is something which is incorrect. So this is one of the few one of the lessons that we learned from studying with different scholars.

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Another lesson that we learned from the statement of our work here is that you should take from those older than you. And what we mean by this is that in our times, and in the past, obviously, as well, you will find people who obtained immense amounts of knowledge at young age. If you mentioned that Mr. McCarty Rahim Allah and the procession that he was only 11 years old, when he corrected a deputy his second ad, it was only 11 years old. So we see that email Macario himolla, he had reached a status and knowledge, he had reached a level in which he was able to teach. But he still continued learning. And we learned that he always used to go to the most senior or more prestigious of

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scholars of his time. And the reason we see this is one, because the the more distance that you go in history, the closer it is, to the son of the Prophet of Allah, I sent him this you see that the most highest of a hadith are the Hadith that has the fewest narrators in them. Right. Like, for example, you take the hadith of Sahih Bukhari, the first one that he mentioned in Qatar, which is a hadith which everyone has heard of, and everyone knows, it is the first Hadith mentioned in likewise the mom no is 40 Heidi, it is Heidi it is a hadith that is literally mentioned on everyone's tongue. And that is the hadith of Rama photography, Allah. And when he said in an AMA rubinius, were in a

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liquid memory in Manoa

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that he mentioned that, indeed, actions are by intentions are only by intentions, and every man shall have that which he intends. So this had a look at its transmitters, right? It starts off from the prophets of Allah sent him, then it goes to Qatar, right? Then it goes on to Alabama, if no, of course, right, then it goes on and goes on and goes on. So you'll see that until this chain reached the amount of ohare.

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There were about independently and he collected different chains of this, but the minimal chain that he had had about six people in this in this duration. So the less people have narration that are in a chain of narration, the higher or more prestige that is half the time. So this is one of the benefits that you get from going through the older people as well, that you can get the higher chance of narration, and you can get the like the more wisdom from them, because they were closer to the center of the formula. So obviously, this applies to their time, not so much in our time now, because it's become such a large gap of 1400 years, between the time of the person and our time,

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that a few years wouldn't make a difference. So this is another thing that this is another reason why one would go learn Heidi from the senior scholar, so the more aged

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in their age.

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Likewise, as a person ages, he experiences different things, right? And when experiences comes wisdom, right, so when he would go and study with these older masseuse, or these older scholars, he would come across experiences, which she would not be able to obtain with scholars were his own age, let alone scholars who were younger than him, right? So they would narrate to him that okay, we went to both died. And there was a plague over there. So beware of the plague, they've user experience that they've already had, right. So as he used to narrate the state, these scenarios and his wisdom to him, and he would benefit from them. So these are the benefits that we derive from studying with

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the scholars who are older than you. As for taking knowledge from those who are equivalent to an age, what we learn from this is that a person humbles himself to knowledge, right. And what we mean by this is that he doesn't look as who is taken from, whether it be his real his rival, and in studying or narrating Hadith, or whatever the case may be. Because obviously, as we know, when a person is learning, you will, you will develop like companions, and you will develop rivals, as well as people who will support you and people who will be jealous of you and will not want you to succeed. So what we learned from this is that when you narrate for your, from your contemporaries,

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that you humble yourself to knowledge, you're not really looking at who you're taking knowledge from, but you're looking at what you're actually taking, right. So from this, we see that a person in order to become a true scholar needs to humble himself to knowledge itself, that you don't look at who you're taking it from, what kind of condition they may be in, whether they be more prestigious than you or not, or whether they be someone who might be miserable, but whether you look at the setup or the inability and the knowledge itself,

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and then from narrating from those younger than you again a similar concept concept.

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You're humbling yourself. And you're showing that I'm not really concerned about who I'm taking from, but rather I'm more concerned about what I'm taking. And this is why Mr. Bahari, Rahim, Allah was so successful that he would never reach from anyone and everyone who made the conditions to narrate it, he would narrate from them. This was due to his great concern of Marian Hadid and his love for the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So that having been said, those were some of the more prominent mistakes that he learned from we mentioned that in his early years, and Bukhari he mentioned a study from three prominent Messiah, and he mentioned their names in the first

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session. Then later on in his life, he stuck to or tried to learn from the other mistakes that we mentioned from them in my mathematics, and you have no mine and Adi Medina.

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And another key interest actually another keynote over here, just before we end off this narration completely, is that talking about the fact that you narrate from those younger than you?

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Imagine vokalia Ramallah being the great man that he was, he had many students, right. And he tried to compile as many of the authentic hadith as he could. But you will see that in Sahih al Bukhari,

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from the key students that he had, he only narrated from one of them. And this is something interesting, in the sense that one among Bukhari, he went all out when he compiled for his body, he put all of his efforts together, like, withheld all of his energy, and was patients to the utmost of his degree and his capability. And he went everywhere searching for a Heidi. But one of his students came across a hadith that he had not come across. And this student of his was no other than a mama tirmidhi. Like we mentioned, the books of the sinner before we mentioned that you have Sohail Bukhari, you have a Muslim, you have the sin and our widows and evil merger and tirmidhi. And they

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say, these are called the equitable sister. Right. So amendments and maybe he was one of the students of the malleable party. And this is one of the things that

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you know, my family used to boast about, he used to be good, I'm proud that look at the greatness of email and look, buddy, and who did he quote from? You've already from no other than me. So we see that in history. That's Mr. Mr. McGann is some that he was very proud of, Oh, this is this is a noble accomplishment, that a man who has tried so hard to compile every authentic idea that he could, yet you came across I had, he said he didn't, so he inherited from you. So that you see that it gave him a tournament, he

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can ability to boost and a level above the other students at that time.

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So that was just something to keep in mind.

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So that having been said those implementable party rahimullah, he made many journeys in his life, we mentioned the places that he went to, and some of the prominent scholars that he served with, and some of the benefits that he obtained from this journey.

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Now, just to mention some of the scholars that learned from him, right, we mentioned that a greatness of a student or a great Island is that he always has a great scholar to teach him. And this is what we see from an email of a party, that he was an exemplary teacher as well, because his students were great as well. So going, starting with the biggest of his students, was Muslim yBnL Hajaj, Rahim, Allah Tada. And he accompanied the amount of Makati for a long time, right when the moundville party was in the support for approximately eight to 10 years to complete him the whole time.

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And they would have discussions as they will compare IDs, and so much so that the competition was made of all the ahaadeeth that Mr. Muslim and Mr. Al Bukhari agreed upon. Now in the science of Hadith, this is something which is called and looked up upon only when you heard is the term has a hadith Mustapha finale, this hadith is agreed upon, it means that the great scholars, a member of a party and the great scholar in our Muslim Rahim Allah, it, they agreed upon the study, and this is the highest degree and the sciences of study. So when you notice the term agreed upon, or Metallica finale, this is the highest level of credit meaning that it is the most authentic form of credit

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that you will find. So, mentioning that you Muslim law judge was one of the great scholars that learned under a memorable party. He is a compiler on his own, and his compensation is known as the second most authentic compilation is known as a Muslim.

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So he was a remarkable scholar on his own. He had his own journeys, and he had an enthusiasm. That was remarkable Mashallah to America, as we know he lives during the same time as a man Buhari. Yet if you look at his compilation and all the Heidecker dimensions, it's very rare that he narrates for me Mama Bukhari himself and this

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goes back to a previous point that we mentioned that as long as the sheer amount of a party was alive, that amount of coronary disease studied from a Muslim would try to go back to the same shape and there is a hadith directly from him, rather than increasing the number of narrators that are in the Hadith. So again, that's just a Muslim generates from Muhammad from Abdullah from yahia. Okay. Mr. Bahari will have the same narration like Mohammed from Abdullah from Yeah, he didn't increase the number of letters by putting a mama Bukhari there as well. So again, this shows another

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greatness that email Muslim has that he would take upon himself to go the distance to collect the chain of narration, which was lesser in number.

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Another great scholar that studies under the amount of equality about him Allah was another compiler of Hadith, by the name of emphysema. And he has a compilation known as Xena, he was a remarkable man in his own manner, he studied with many prominent scholars, and the phases of the scholars of him are many as well. And likewise, I'm not, I don't want to delay it any further than I have to. So you guys can look up their biographies on the internet, or go back to the books about this. And you can get further details about who the scholars were, but I'm just mentioning their names, to show you something. And that is that greatness of his followers likewise seen in the greatness of his

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students. And this is what we see from the nominal quality. And we mentioned another previous student of his, and he was attorney as well. Right? We mentioned that he has his own competition, known as soon an attorney. So we see that all the six most authentic books of Hadith that the vast majority of them had studied from a man who called himself that, remember how he had his own competition of ideas, right? And that is known to be the most authentic competition known to us. Then you had Mr. Muslim, who was a student of email, and then you had a mahtomedi, who was a student of email and ohare. And likewise, it is narrated that Mmm, NSA, one or the other compilers have the

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six authentic most of Hadith narrated from a memorable party as well. So these are some of the things that we learned from this, this ending off and mentioning another famous student that we had, was a bizarre Raji. And I was on his expertise that he didn't have an individual book on Friday, but rather he had an expertise. Like we mentioned previously, I remember how he had his work was to look at in areas of headache, and to be able to distinguish the good from the bad, the righteous for the unrighteous, the strong and memory from the weakened memory. So he had the ability to find these small discrepancies, which might affect to the authenticity of a hadith. So even though he didn't

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have a compilation of Hadith on his own, he was still a scholar in his own right, that he benefited from, and you remember for the benefit from him, and likewise, we benefited from emammal vokalia. So now I thought we'd take some of the characteristics that email Buhari had from the utmost of characteristics and abilities that email mobile party had was his generosity. And there are many narrations about this will take a couple of them in Sharla. Like we mentioned in the first session, that email, we'll call it source of income came from his father, that his father was a righteous man and pious, and that he used to take his income from Hello means only right. So when his father

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passed away at that young age, he mama Bukhari inherited, inherited quite a bit of money from him. So once he did that, that was his livelihood, during his duration of studying and teaching and whatever else the case may be, it was very seldom that you will see a memorable party work. So even though Mr. mcquarry Rahim, Allah he didn't have a steady income, you will see that he was very generous with his money, so much so that it was said that he would donate to the students of hygiene, and to the other scholars up to 6000. Durham's a month and obviously, for a man who's not working, that's a lot of money. But again, like we mentioned previously, that those who give in the

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way of Allah Subhan, Allah to Allah, Allah subhanaw taala not only replaces what they give, but likewise, he puts the blessings and what they've been given as well. So today, you might give $10 in charity, Allah, Allah will give you that $10 back. And likewise in that $10, you will put many benefits in it. And likewise, you'll be able to do with that $10 what you usually aren't able to do so Likewise, the companions who are with Imam Bukhari Rahim Allah during his education, this is one of the most funny things that they would mention about him. That

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If there was any time or any need that they would have Mr. McCarney Rahim Allah was always the first person to fulfill their needs and necessities. And he will never worry about becoming for even though that during his times, you will see that there are times where he would become for that there are narrations that amount Bukhari Rahim Allah would not leave his house. And this is due to the fact that he would sell everything that he had, except for the foods that he was wearing, just so that he could help his fellow companions. And we have a narration about email and ohare Rahim Allah, that three days had gone by without MLM, before eating. And we mentioned previously that he became

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so hungry that he would eat leaves, right. And this is due to the fact not that he was poor, but due to the fact that he would always give his money out in charity. So he says that just like, I don't know, I didn't know where my food was recovered coming from. And I didn't know where my systems would be coming from. A man came to by me, and saw me in a state. And he surprised my needs for the rest of my time, meaning that he gave him so much wealth, even though he didn't know who he was. And likewise, you know, if I didn't know who this man was, he gave him enough wealth, to fulfill all of his needs. So another lesson that we derive from this, that those people who put their trust in

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Allah subhanaw taala, and those people who fear Allah Subhana, Allah, then Allah Subhana, WA Tada, he always provides an exit from them, for them in every hardship, and he will grant them sustenance from places that they will not expect. And this is what Allah like I mentioned at the end of Salah when he says, My esta la Arizona home in hatred is tested.

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So that Allah subhanaw taala provides for those people who feel a lot of data from sources or places that they will not expect. So one of the greatest traits that email and vokalia Rahim Allah he had was his generosity. And these are just some of the narrations that we mentioned. Another thing or another great trait that Mr. McCarty had was his fear of Allah subhanaw taala and his fear of oppressing people. Right, as we know, being in the science of Hadith, there will come times where you will have to criticize people and criticism generally in Islam, it comes under the category category or categorization of backbiting are known as Riba and we know that in Islam backbiting is

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something which is haram and it's only a major sin. Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in Serato pajara Yeah, even arena amministrazione book concealment is done in Nevada, SM when I suggested to what I thought bla bla bla bla hydroforming jaquith Lf nafi maita seresto Mama was the cola in the law to level him.

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So let's tenuous Allah. He mentioned in this ayah pertaining to the believers, or you will believe it's tenable conceal Amina don't stay away from much suspicion. Right? Stay away from my suspicion. It's tenable. casier Amina learn in Nevada vandalism, were indeed some sort or some forms of suspicion leads to sin or are forms of sin when I use the term from data and don't let any of you that bite the other right. Would you like to eat the dead flesh of your brother? Indeed you would hate it. Sophia Allah. This is what Allah subhana wa tada says. So now in defining back waiting, we have the hadith of Abu huraira, La Jolla Han who were the prophets of Allah Hi, Lisa was with the

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companions and the prophets I serve as the companions to Dora and Emma Viva. Do you know what is back waiting? And to which the companions are their love and whom they replace Allah who wore a suit who Adam, that align His Messenger no best.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said over here, that it is the remembrance of your brother, and that which he dislikes. So this is, I mean something that a lot of us become heedless of that when we're in our gatherings and our parties, and our our social functions that will just sit and will start talking about people without much concern. Yet, if you look at what Allah, Allah says in the Quran, pertaining to the action of backbiting, and how evil it is, you see that Allah Subhanallah to Allah compares backbiting or is evil in equivalence to eating the dead flesh of your brother, right? And likewise, we have from the hadith of Isola della unha. That one day when she

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criticized one of the female companions, she entered the house. All she did was make an indication of something like this to indicate that she was so that she was short, that she was a woman with a short and she just indicated it with her hand. She didn't even say anything. Towards the apartments on the lohani was sent him. He said that this action of yours was so despicable.

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That if you were to mix it with the oceans, it would turn the oceans black. So again, we see the evils of backbiting, not only inside of Allah subhanaw taala, but from a social perspective, it ruins the ranks of brotherhood, it ruins the rise of brotherhood and weekends, the Brotherhood and create animosity between people. Which one of you would like another person speaking fight about him? Let's just say I have my brother, heroin over here. And heroin is someone who likes to sleep a lot.

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So every time I come over to his house, he's always sleeping, or whatever the case may be, even though he may have this deficiency, even though he may have this weakness. It doesn't give me the right to go to my next brother until I say, you know how long he's always sleeping day and night. Every time I go, he's either sleeping or he's wasting his time doing something. It doesn't give me this right, even though something truthful, even though it is something that he does. islamically Allah subhanaw taala has preserved the rights of our brothers by preserving their honor. So we see that in the sizes of Hadith, you would have to discredit people, right? And Emanuel Bukhari Rahim

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Allah, he narrates on himself, that when I found out that backbiting was Haram, from that day one, I have never been bitten anyone. This is what he meant. Allah He says himself, that the day I found out that backbiting was Haram, I have never backed bitten anyone.

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So now, how do you reconcile between these two situations when a scholar of Hadith says that such and such person has a weak memory, or such and such person is of bad morals and manners, or such and such person, such and such person is a compulsive sinner, meaning that he continues sinning from time and time again. How do we consult between these two situations? Mr. manoli Rahim Allah, he mentioned in oil, the farheen six instances when it is permissible to backplates. And from those instances when it is permissible to backbite is for a greater benefits to protect the deen or to preserve some aspects of the deen. So if mlo Bukhari Rahim Allah would never criticize anyone, it

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would be just me, and it wouldn't be considered that way. So this we see this is how we reconcile between the two scenarios of discrediting someone was doing it for the sake of the dean so that it doesn't fall on your back waiting.

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So this is what we see from him. And we'll call it Rahim Allah that He had this great fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So much so that he would say that I don't want to show up on your piano in a state of distress, knowing that I have backed within anyone. So you see that when Mr. movable have a moment, or is that him Allah, even if he would criticize someone,

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he would be very soft in his criticism that he would use words of mildness was the scholars of Hadith. What understands to mean something horse? So like, let's just say, a person was known to be a compulsive sinner, you will just say something small, like, Okay, this person, he has been known to sin, He wouldn't call him a compulsive sinner, but as long as they understood the terminology of a memorable party, and they would say, Okay, this is what we understand from it. So again, this was one of the noble traits of email Bukhari. And the less noble traits that we're going to mention inshallah, to Allah is, Mr. Mobile carries love and adherence to the Sunnah of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now for the libnah yard or the Allah one. We mentioned one of the great setups that preceded email Bukhari.

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He has a statement, he said,

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there is no Dynamo jehlen hatakeyama. The only thing that a scholar will not see is to remain in a state of ignorance, until they act upon that which he has learned. So now emammal vokalia Rahim Allah, being the person that he was narrating the situations of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the companions missing how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would dress, how he would eat, how he would sleep, how he would go shopping, or how he would manage his own clothes, and how he would deal with the different people. It would not be befitting for email and vaccari, not to implement this knowledge himself. And we mentioned previously, that one of the reasons that emammal

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party was granted, this great stature was due to the fact that he implemented that which he knew. So his termasuk or his firm grasp of the center, is what we see that granted email Buhari has no purpose, no opposition that he has. So we see that every time a person implements the center, and he has a

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For the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is what increases a person in nobility and stature. And from this, we see that everything that Emanuel Bukhari learnt, whether it be from the biggest of things, or the smallest of things, he would try to fulfill them. And again, the narrations of this are many. But we have the statement of email Buhari. So we have Mr. Muhammad Rahim Allah, which he mentioned about email Bukhari that he said

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that he didn't write pertaining to anything about email quality, that he didn't write a single Hadees from me, except that I saw him implemented as well. That Mr. Mathematica himolla, the great chef and the great alum, he narrated about email Buhari, that he didn't narrate Hadees for me, except that I saw him implemented. So again, like we mentioned that the narrations pertaining to this harmony and we know that Mr. Vickery, just being a great man that he was he implemented the sooner to the best of his ability. So inshallah we'll take the questions. Now, to summarize what the brother said was that we mentioned that Sahil Bukhari is the most authentic work after the Quran.

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And he mentioned the Quran was from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And thus, it had no exact relation with men, whereas it was compiled by a man on its own. So this we will call it the second most authentic compilation after after the Quran.

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So, now the brother he asked the question, how do we respond to those people who say that the Quran is sufficient for us? And likewise, we question the authenticity of some of the IDs. Like how do we know that the Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari are authentic? So now we can take this question from various angles, and inshallah we'll try to cover most of the angles. Firstly, is the angle that Where did the sun come from?

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The Sunnah is revelation from Allah subhanho wa Taala himself as well. It's just that it wasn't revealed through the angel gibreel and his Salaam, but rather it was a form of inspiration that was given to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. Thus we see in sort of the najem, that Allah subhanaw taala says about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, well Maryam day one in her in her eloah, here you have, that he does not speak from his own desires, but rather it is something which is revealed onto him. And likewise, when Allah subhana wa tada mentioned in the Quran, when is done as a clock when the other half is owed, that we have revealed the reminder, and we are the people

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who preserve it. Now if you go back to the statements of the scholars of the past,

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you will see pertaining to this idea that this encompasses the Koran in the center. Right. And this is for various reasons that you can take from the Quran alone. One, we mentioned in the beginning, that indeed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an exemplary icon for the people like Allah subhana wa tada said, those are the kind of Canada Kofi rasulillah. He also was in Pasadena. Right that indeed, in the message of Allah subhanaw taala you have an ideal example. Right? So now if Allah subhanho wa Taala didn't preserve the Sunnah, like you preserve the Quran? How would we see this ideal example of the Prophet sallallahu lucidum we wouldn't be able to see it. Right? So that's

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point number one. Point number two, we also see

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in sort of,

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that Allah subhana wa tada says, that we have revealed unto you

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so that you may explain to mankind that which was revealed unto them. So let's find out what daddy mentioned that the reason the prophets of Allah hadiya sinner was there as an exemplary person was so that he can explain what the Quran was sent for right? So we see that the sooner is there to explain the Quran. It explains everything that the Quran is has revealed. And you take the most basic of scenarios and examples. The example of Salah were in the Quran when you find that you have to pray five times a day. You won't find it in the Quran anywhere. And then you take the example of DKC sada How will you know how to pray? We'll know where in the Quran does it tell you? Okay, you

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make that verse from and you put your arms on your chest and always say that you say total Fatiha and nor will it say that you have to make a little foot and then where will it say that you have to make two sisters. None of this is found in the Quran. So to make the claim and the arguments that Allah spinalis Allah has been preserved as Sunnah. It means that unless final data has been preserved the deen and if Allah time

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As Donna has been preserved the dean, how are we expect expected to fulfill His commandments? Right. So in the last panel what Allah said, and so it was not either a Yeoman a commercial convener Kumar's mom to come near it, or de de la C'mon Islam, Medina.

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And today, I have completed your religion for you, I have completed my favorite upon you and have chosen for you, Islam as your theme. How could we see all of this, if this Deen would not be accepted or do not stay authentic or not stay preserved until our time study.

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So we see that through all these claims, that we see that the sooner is a revelation from Allah Subhan, Allah to Allah, and Allah subhanaw taala will preserve it. Now, as for the more detailed arguments pertaining to a Hadith, and the intricacies of how do you know how I Hadith is authentic, then this was a Hadith, they have given five conditions for a hadith to be authentic. So the first condition that is false of Hadith mentioned is if the father son is that the chain of narration, it has to be connected, there can't be any gaps in it, there can't be any

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missing links, or there can't be any gaps or whatever the case may be. So this is the first thing that from the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam until the time that it was written down, there shouldn't be any missing links that the chain of narration has to be totally connected, okay. Now, the second condition that is called as of have mentioned, is $1 to robot and we mentioned the word $1. Previously, and that is the trustworthiness of the narrator's right, so a dialect or what data is trustworthiness, right. And row as we mentioned previously, is the gem or the plural of robbery and robbery is an area of ID. So what are we is narrated, which is a singular and plural what is the

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plural, which is narrator's.

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So the second condition is a gelato robot. And what we mean by this is that the narrator of the Hadith, he has to be a person who has seen a person who is practicing a person who implements the deen to the best of his ability, a person who doesn't, who isn't compulsive in settings, a person who is known for righteousness, and is not known for any innovations. All these things are encompassed when you say a dialect or what are the trustworthiness of the narrator. Now, the third condition is something known as tamama.

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And cinema is complete, and perfect precision and narrating. And this deals with the narrator's ability to memorize and likewise relate to just as he heard it. So our Hadees will not be considered authentic, until you have a narrator who is known for a good memory. And he is not known to forget. And likewise, he's not known to mix the wordings of it. Right? This is what we mean by phenomena, that he has complete precision in his narrating of Hadith. So this is the third condition, as we mentioned.

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Now, the last two conditions,

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they get a bit more detailed and a bit more intricate, but just to mention what they are. It's, it shows the four this is the fourth

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condition for an authentic hadith, that it shouldn't have any apparent contradictions, right? Either Masuda in the Hadith itself, there shouldn't be any apparent contradictions. Or likewise, there shouldn't be any apparent contradictions with the text of the Quran, and the likes of that, right. And likewise, there shouldn't be a difference, or a contradiction. And the narration of one narrator, and a different narration of another narrator, who is a more trustworthy scholar than him, right? This is what we mean by there shouldn't be any contradictions, or there should be an absence of contradictions in the Hadith. So this is a fourth condition. And the fifth condition is either

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more or less, and that the absence of a sickening or diseases discrepancy that you shouldn't find a weakness or discrepancy in this Hadith, that would make it weak. And basically, this can only be done by compiling all the ways of the Hadith, that likewise let's just say there's a hadith

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which is mentioned by 13 sahabas, or the Allah Han Han, then these 13 habits, they mentioned dates to another group of students, each having three or four of their own students, and they mentioned it to their students. So now at the end, we have the same Hadith from narrated by the 13th

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Narrated by Misha say 1000 of the successors. And then mentioned by like two or 3000, of the students of the successes, right? So the 3030 are narrated from the Sahaba, and yet very severe in the narrative from the Italian. So now with all these narrations, they should all come back to the same wording, or genuinely the same meaning of the body. This is what we mean that there shouldn't be any hidden defects in between. So that was the fifth condition. And likewise, we said, we mentioned that the last two conditions there require more detail, which we're not going to get into right now. But these are conditions, which is falling asleep, I mentioned, for a Hudis to be

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authentic, right. So now if you just look at the precision and the development of the science alone, you will see that no regular person can come and introduce a harness on its own. Because every person he does if he doesn't come with a chain of narration, which is physically possible, meaning that the people that he is mentioning the chain of narration, they have to have lived in the same time, and you have to have met with one another in one place to another, and you have to narrate it from one place from one person to another, then all the narrator's they have to be people who are righteous, who didn't want any innovation, and he didn't commit any open sin. And likewise, there

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has to be people who have good memory. So that we see that it was very hard for the people who wanted to fabricate Hades to introduce Heidi, so that we see the intricacies of the science of Hadith, that this is how the Sunnah was preserved through these conditions and through these categorizations. And if these conditions weren't met, this one would not have been preserved. Right? So to make the claim that how do we know that the center was preserved? This comes from a person who doesn't know how the science of Hadith actually works, and who doesn't know the conditions of an authentic hadith? How do you know the conditions of God? This is how you answer the people.

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inshallah, I hope that suffices for an answer, Allah husana. Okay, the question was, how was the science of Hadith developed from the time of the pasta cinema until the time of the venerable party, meaning how do we know the narrator's in between? How do we know how they preserved it and so on and so forth? So now in the Hijri, Rahim Allah He mentioned in the mocha deema, for somebody this scenario in this situation, because we have an authentic hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he said, Do not write what I say, but write down the revelation alone, meaning write down the Quran alone. So now this Hadith, a lot of people come with it. And they say that this shows

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that the Hadith were not written during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, meaning that people just relied upon their memory alone. And obviously, being human beings, we will tend to forget, we will have lapses in our memories, and sometimes we will confuse issues as well. So how do we reconcile between this hadith? And from what we know? So what is your Rahim Allah, he mentions about this hadith is that this order was specifically for the writers of the Quran, or describes as the Quran. So this commandment was only given to the scribes of the Quran. So those scribes, who are busy writing the Quran, the likes of Mahalia and Satan, the Sabbath and obey vocab, or the law of

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unknown that they were forbidden from writing down the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well. But you look at a narration from above arogya love I know, he said that there was no one more knowledgeable than me. And the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, except for the live No, I'm not allowed. And this was due to the fact that he used to write it down. So this is how we reconcile between all the narrations. And we say that during the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the Sunnah, and your Hadith and the actions and statements of the power center, and his agreements, they were all written down, everything was preserved. So we see that Abdullah,

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Abdullah Yama, Ignacio de la No, YOLO and Homer, he used to write down the Hadith of the processor. And likewise, in Sahih al Bukhari, we have a statement from Andy rajala. I know that during Hajj, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded him to write down some of the statements. So all these narrations are there, to see that from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, to the companions, you had transmission, through way of memorization, and through way of writing, and this is the way it continued on all the way until the books are compiled. So what is our Adela on whom did they memorize the Hadees and what they had written down, then when their children are born and other

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groups of people would come to them? They were narrated to them, these ladies, they would read out from the books and likewise, they were way down and over until the time came until we reached the Malibu party, like we mentioned, Mr. Bukhari ragamala. He was born in 194. And likewise, a mathematic preceded him.

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In compiling a Muslim, or a book of Hadith, and likewise proceeding in mathematics, we had them the more of a mathematic. And you mentioned that, you know, Malik Rahim Allah was born in the year 93. And he died in year 179. So we see that journey during the birth of Imam Malik, and the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you have approximately 60 years in between right? During those 60 years. That's how the narrations were transmitted, either through memorization, and likewise through reading and writing. So that's how it was passed on. And this is how the rich email Bukhari Angelina McQuarrie would go to the different areas of hygiene and go into their books and look at their books

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and see and judge the narrator's and so on and so forth. So this is how the science of Hadith was developed and preserved. Now, the second question that you mentioned, was pertaining to the Hadith, that seek knowledge, even if it's the entertainer, then this hadith actually is not a hadith is a statement, which has been unjustly attributed to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. If you study this, you will see that there is no chain of narration for this hadith that it ever reaches back to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But rather it has been said by one of the latter day scholars around the eighth century hackaday Araki discuss this issue. I don't I can't remember who he attributed it to.

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But it's one of the scholars of probably the anywhere from the sixth eighth century. So this has his head has no validity to it, and it shouldn't be attributed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, but rather the prophets of Allah hayastan and he said, vulnerable only for either soon adequately Muslim or Muslim. I think that the seeking of knowledge is compulsory upon every Muslim, male and female. Now, the second Hadith that the brother asked about, was the Hadith about the habit of the Quran, being able to intercede for people, and from what we know and what we've come across, or lozada I know that upon your piano, we happen to the Quran will be able to intercede for a group of people.

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Now, as for the exact group of people, I don't recall, it might have been 10. It might have been 17. But I don't recall, but there is an authentic narration pertaining to it, but he will be able to intercede Allah Hosanna Allah. And another thing about the forefathers of Iran, as we know that they're getting, they're granted a lot of oil or a lot of benefits, which other people aren't, like the parents of the hospitals or on on your piano will be granted crumbs, and they will be raised in status. And likewise, the narrator the reciters of the Quran, they will be told and the Aquila, recite the Quran, like you used to recite in the dunya. And each time as you say they will be raised

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in rank, right And likewise, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and the heydays of Avi Malik that Khurana Hassan Naka, oh Alec, that the Quran is a proof against you, as a fool for you or against you. So all these things they are granted not only to the preservers and memorizers of the Quran, but also to people who read the Quran alone. So just because a person doesn't have the ability to completely understand the Koran, or he doesn't have the ability to memorize the Quran, it shouldn't prevent him from reading it, as the Hadith is an image of your love and home. Your love, I knew that he said that the person who says Alif Lam Meem yesterday has an ad, right? So if he gets 10 SLS, but

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then he gets 10 is nothing for him, he gets 10 US Senate. So just imagine if you read salsa, karate and you have millions of fasteners. So this is just something to keep in mind that we need to maintain a strong relationship with the Quran at our own level. And the most important thing is trying to understand the Quran itself. And likewise, a secondary emphasis should be given upon to summarization and, and so forth. Allah husana on basically was method was developed before him, I'm referring, right so he didn't rely too much on the Sahaba of the email body. Which reminds me of an interesting point that we mentioned that the most authentic competition after the Quran was the

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sahelian malfatti. Then one of you may have come across this statement to human suffering Rahim Allah when he said that the most authentic compilation to me after the Quran is the most romantic, basically among Shafi Rahim Allah, He died in the year 244 150. He was born 204 he died emammal vaccari Rahim Allah was only born in 194, meaning that email, it was only 10 years old when the modem SFA died. So this must have never came across. So here's the theory. So according to his knowledge of what he had the most authentic configuration after the Quran that he had seen, was the water as a medic. But in comparison, if you compare the two, the scholars of Hadith are in consensus

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that the Swahili mountable party is more authentic than the north of the mount Malik. No, I love it. He will find his own work.

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But what is true is narrated from Him you will find you will find IDs which are which are similar. I actually am a member of it. He has changed the narration that goes through Mr. Malik of it all see my medic and Mr. mcquarry. They never met, right because in my Malik, he died in 179. Before it was only Born in 194. So never met, but through his shifts, and through the shift shift, he has seen generations dreamer manic and actually decided to be mentioned in the mme Albania that comes through the way of him I managed to him I'm sorry. So the first question was are all the Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari authentic, we briefly discussed it previously, and this would have Natura him Allah mentions

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in his Nakajima that before email, Bukhari released his Sahih al Bukhari, he gave it to various scholars and he mentioned that I have narrated Sohail Bukhari or my competition to 90,000 people. And from these 90,000 he mentioned before from this was that we mentioned the likes of Oliver Medina mmm as much as humane and Marathi and these are specialists in Haiti. So you mentioned that Mr. Mohammed Rahim Allah. He didn't differ with email and Bukhari, except on Friday. And then if muhajir commenting on this, he said that the only reason he differed was due to a misunderstanding or due to an error that Mr. mathema had made. So according to the vast majority of the scholars, you will not

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find any weaker Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari and the people who do say that there are weaker Hadith in Sahih al Bukhari the reasons that they justified with according to scholars of Hadith and agoadd Allah as for among other works, the likes of either will not read then email Bukhari he wasn't as critical in combining Hadith in it was so inside Buhari as he was in Alabama for like inside Buhari is called Algeria, right or the authentic compilation, where as everything and it was authentic to he tried to authenticate everything to the best of his ability, whereas a lot of unauthorized was suddenly an email Buhari wants to compile pertaining to morals and etiquette and manners. So any

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idea that he could find pertaining to the various chapters that he had assigned? He would know he that had in there, whether it be authentic or not, this is a different issue. And she called Bonnie Rahim Allah tala, he has done a checking of Alabama for us. And he has a lot for advice and a developer. So this goes showing on its own that there are wicked IDs and another one for Allah hota Okay, like we mentioned, there are five conditions for the boy Hadith to be authentic. So from this conditions, you will find a lot of difference of opinion not a lot, but some minute differences in the narratives of howdy like you will find narrators that email Muhammad Rahim Allah we are

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criticized due to having a weak memory, but you will find that Yeah, having said that such and such person, and he is so dope Alhaji that his Hadith are acceptable.

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So now, what you have to do in such a situation where there is a Mr. nonsmoking, but again, what is what it seems like an apparent contradiction on one person, one person, he says that he's not an authentic narrator or he's not trustworthy. And then another great item who says that he has a trustworthy narrator? What do you do? So what you do over here, you look at the different narrations pertaining to these people. And you mentioned in the beginning, that email, we'll call it Rahim Allah, one of his first works was a Saudi called COVID, which was just a book, mentioning all the people that he inherited from an all the narrator's that were available at his time. So these books,

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they like the Atari COVID, and the likes of D will come in, and I'll come over and misery and suffering Buddha has all these books, they deal with narrators of Hades will open up the book and all you will find our names of headaches, right. So at the end, that's what it comes down to is how you reconcile between the differences of scholars, or what they said about a study. And this is where the majority of the differences will occur, that this is why you will find that maybe a Muslim and accepted a hadith. And remember, seminary didn't accept it, because they saw that different narrators were weak and others were strong. So what they tried to do in such a situation is that

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when these books of narrators were compiled, we see what the people said about these narratives. Like let's just say Mr. McCarty Rahim, Allah, he was an icon for the people he became well known. And no one questions, his trustworthiness. Yet, you may find

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some of the people who narrate from him who weren't as well known that I mean, how many of us know these students are women with ohare, other than the six or seven major ones that we mentioned, even though millions of people never heard from the amount of authority. So what you do over here is that you look at what the people or the scholars of Georgia did, and this was a scientist called, see about these narrators. Now, you take all of their narrations about this person, and you weigh them if the majority of it is

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And there are different evidences to prove that he was authentic and we say he is a good narrator. And if the evidence does show that he is not an authentic married or trustworthy narrator then we don't accept it. That this is how we were consulted and this is why the differences take place. A lot with Santa Ana is where did Muslim travel with a memorable buddy you know, Muslim Rahim Allah when he learned with the amount of Makati the majority of it took place in Nisa vor and likewise he studied together under the chef is Taka Nora Hawaii, Rahim Allah to Allah. As for his travelers with email, Makati, I do not recall where else they may have traveled together. But I do know for a fact

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that the majority of whom are Muslims learning reading on the go party took place in these four levels. There are there are no