Uloomul Hadeeth Status Authority Of The Sunnah In Islam Part4

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Just to make a quick

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retraction or correction is a better word. I mentioned four books by Mohammed.

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I mentioned studying,

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studying in the sciences. And the fourth book I mentioned was his critical analysis of the

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The fourth book is actually mine.

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his reputation on shark shark was actually a German orientalist, who tried to prove that the court

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couldn't be preserved. So our time today is to fix that, that the critical analysis of the cipher of

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Nicola and

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sportbook was his reputation on shocks.

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So, we mentioned previously that we will be discussing five points on how Allah subhanaw taala preserves the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we mentioned that the first way, Allah subhanho wa Taala

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was encouraging for the purpose of

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encouraging his companions to learn to study. And you also saw how the companions of the Prophet Allah

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wrote down the Hadith during the time of the Prophet fell in love on him. Now, those people who reject the radical reform

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even though they don't accept the

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new set of economy codes,

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for cleaning, what

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prevents this company from winding down and dimension three, which we will be discussing,

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the first study is

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narrated by

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seven said, do not read from me, and whoever has written for me other than

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the second Friday in the

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department of law you send them was informed to the people who were writing. So, the focus of the law on insulin collected and

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this is number two.

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Number three is something that the Congress of the law

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says to watch anything from

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now, as for the second study, which is

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Okay. And

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then likewise, if you were to look into the slides, you would find that there is a missing link and what they call

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the word meaning that it is cut off. Now, as for the first studies, we have studied,

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there have been three opinions as to why

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and how it is to be interpreted, and all of these opinions

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are valid from one way or another. So, the first opinion pertaining to this heading is that then this shows that this hadith was abrogated, meaning that they

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do not write for me, or does not report or write anything for me is abrogated by the, by the prophets of Allah, along with the content to report something

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is abrogated. Okay, that's one of the things a second opinion states that this prohibition of reporting already from a law abiding citizen is something which is generally that the vast majority of the people are not allowed to read from public the law

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and specification of the study is found in those competitors that have a law degree.

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So, this is another valid view. And a

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valid view is that this prohibition is specific

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to a select few,

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and which select few competitors would this be they would be the companies who used to write down the Quran from the prophets of Allah.

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So that the Quran would not be mixed up with the sooner we focus on the law. So there are three ways to reconcile between all of the previous statements and notions and talk about the companion reading for the purpose of the law and this has been a little side of

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And you mentioned that those are the ways that we

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aggregate. Or Secondly, the prohibition is something general for the purposes, and then only special permission was given to some of the companions. Or Thirdly, this prohibition is general. And it was

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published with something specific with a companion toward working. So these are three ways to reconcile. So now we mentioned that the other two it, there's a weakness in society. So even if we want,

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we can use this as the body, then this is how we reconcile the two positions, the back of the competitors.

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And that will be focused on the law prohibiting it. Now, from the five points that we mentioned, this was number one, what was point number two?

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What is the right?

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My question was, that we mentioned when we started the site, and preservation of the tsunami, that Allah subhanaw taala, preserved the tsunami counselors and up to five meanings. Okay. And Firstly, was the enthusiasm of the company, what do you love and hope is only

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on now, which was number two,

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the chain of narration, and what was number three,

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write a list

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of God through the men. So the both of these together, meaning

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Mohammed in the city and October

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and October, both have narrations in the introduction of a Muslim

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that, indeed,

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the Snark is from the D.

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They both have narration saying that it is neither is from the D. And it

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has a more specific thing, where he says that we will not use to ask about the slides until the fifth of the year.

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So those who are from the people, the sooner we used to accept, and those who are from the people who did our research project, this is some introduction to them. So we feel here that the importance of research is shown as an early stage of snap scores as to what was meant by Muhammad in the city, when he said when the man began.

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And if you look at this, what seems to be the opinion, will long time is one of mine,

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who was killed. This was when he first needed to know that the oma was faking that he

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was assassinated by the college. Now, as time went on, we know that the resistance to the title of the talk during the time of the companions,

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the interesting and likewise the shocking to distance. So all these people, they deviated from the way

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And likewise, as is known, and it's understood, that when you want to prove your way or your understanding, you will go to any

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special events. But since we restrict ourselves to this, the other groups, they couldn't do this, because if they used actual text,

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either they would have to misinterpret it or they would have to come up with something.

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during this time, during the time of

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the competition,

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and this is what

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we just accepted, and he was around

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will use leeches for their deviations.

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Now, in the books alone,

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there are actually three opinions as to when the

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internet was first asked for that, as we know.

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Very seldom with these passwords, but when did the active questioning were quitting on

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the first opinion is that

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from the older generation from

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the second opinion is that it occurs during the time of human misery.

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said that he was the first person to use the chain of narration.

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And the third opinion is stated by a farmer who said

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he was the first one to scrutinize.

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And I'm going to show you one, three.

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So now, let's understand what is being asked over here. As you know, during the time of the police of the law, it was said that

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there wasn't any free, will be publicized, was alive at that time, it was bought directly to the purpose of the law, you know, when he

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passed away the companions as a musician, as

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an example

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when he saw

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that he probably saw the loan,

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that is the permission. And if you aren't answered the third time, then you should leave. So

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you have a supporting witness to this meeting, strengthen your snapper strengthen your narration.

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So this was actually established from afar. But again, this type of scenario took place very sort of it was very, very rare during the time of the company. And it actually started and became more frequent as the innovations increase, and as an increase, and the increase in number as well.

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So that is what we need to understand that these are the three opinions. So wishful thinking is more correct than

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best. But it seems that the closest to the truth is that when the fitna was man studied, and when that is when the heavy rain and some of the Sahaba would ask more extensively for the snack time, maybe 40.

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so that used to be the cultural thing. Now, point number three we mentioned was the establishment of the signs of chocolate candy,

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senses of progress. And we'll get into that.

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Then the first person to compile a book on Sunday, it was a

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very difficult name to pronounce.

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His name was Rama.

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And this was in the early parts of the fourth century is the first official book.

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And part of that

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was developed along with themselves. You look at the electrical activity, he introduced the concept of a hobby which is happening. And

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so even though he didn't write a book, particularly,

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he was including some of the terminology, which was included in the sun.

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So as time went on, we mentioned

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that innovation started fabricating.

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And as time went on, people were not as needed, and they didn't have pure expression memories. So we were born into memory, and people who have innovation in them. And likewise, as people who are further away from generation of the Prophet sallallahu, Sallam and generation of companions, likewise, they also increase in their disobedience to Allah subhanaw taala. So these three main reasons, meaning innovations in disease, and I was in memory, and people increasing the physical all helps help induce the sizes of headaches, and from the size of this is

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where you discharge any credit scenario. So as for the companions, then there's unanimous agreement that we accept from all the companions, and none of them are ever to be criticised. This is from the article.

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Now after the time of the companions,

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then from them are those who you can accept from and those who reject now as with reading or rejecting them, one, you're one of two reasons. One is, and one is

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both refers to precision, meaning that a person will start to forget either an old age or naturally he doesn't have a good number. So this is what both refers to. And then also,

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there's a vote that counts as complete precision, meaning the

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majority of the study are precise.

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Then there's two which is general, which means mediocre average numbers and then there's loads which is week, where you do not vary from such a person. Then as far as this goes into one or two things, either in terms of visa or

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In terms of

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now, in terms of the reforming, without that became predominant during the time of the ending of the saga, and

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they were the bizarre

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meaning that they're giving as sort of a new president to it

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wouldn't lead to anything,

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this would take him off. So this is what it makes you and then these were from the exchange,

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then you have

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that fear or excommunicated Muslims, due to the major sins that they committed.

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And then you have the thickness of the museum, which was a while ago to defend

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the quality said, that you committed major sin, you outside of Islam.

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No matter how many things you committed, once you say the Shahada, your event will not go up or down, meaning actions are not a part of. So this is what they came up with. So this is number three. And then the fourth

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was that

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meaning that Alyssa does not control our destiny, and he doesn't know what will happen until it happens. And you look at the ultimatum, you have the

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then they deny the knowledge of silence. And this is a blatant coupon in disbelief, saying that it

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does not know and almost

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into disbelief, as for the other the

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denying knowledge of

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what she does not control, then this is an act of

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one outside of Islam. So those of you who are very dominant, during the ending of the time, the companions

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or the successors. So this was what caused people to doubt the identity, or the trustworthiness of the various

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people that voted beliefs on certain issues. And likewise, another aspect of our data, as you mentioned, was that as the people came into Islam, they had

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the word like the companions, and would like to senior successors, who studied with the companions, but rather, sometimes it was just them, and they had a lot of baggage with them. Or sometimes they might have been born into Islam, but they just did not practice to the ability that he was supposed to. So I questioned who committed a physical or a person who openly committed, then likewise,

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or trustworthiness was put into question. So when

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a person has a problem within his agenda,

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he was to be criticized.

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And then every person didn't have the time

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and was not criticized, there's still a question mark on him. Because you can't accept from someone who is unknown. And once you know, the first thing, you have to know, what is he sent

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over the someone who was hurt, or didn't have any problems with that data. So even to the unknown, and unknown area is a form of criticism itself. So this shows the profession of the sense of john McAfee, that you only accept not only for those people who are known, what they have to be known for, and which characteristics good memory, and you could be convinced to simply be sticking to the promise of a law and not committing openness, or frequent things.

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So this is how the two points are brought together, that are the sons of having two boys with these men. And then

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the chocolate.

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And point number four was

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I was trying to preserve the center of the puppets, a lot of it was send them through writing. And now we mentioned already how

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used to return the profits of a law fighting center, and how most of these

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were lost in a fatality that we don't have any of them. And the first

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was that

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company cipher that we have.

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So as time went on, we're jumping forward to the 1990s. We mentioned that

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dive in

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101 now, between the time the company and the chain of command

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disappears into the last company does approximately 110, the vast majority the company started dying at the age

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of 50

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was the companions are starting to die by now. So between that time and time

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50 years, and in those 50 years, how was preserved,

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preserved, what is the vast majority of again, was through oral transmission was through oral transmission. But as time went on, we mentioned that a lot of innovators or innovations will be introduced into the deen and people were moving further away from the need, meaning they weren't as practicing and it starts coming in, and people's memories, ones that used to be so at the time of misery. And

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who died in the year 99, which was two years before the death,

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he ordered all of his workers and all the people around him to start gathering all the Hadith of the prophets of Allah.

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So during the time,

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this is the first time that all the ideas

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are attempted to be compiled, that he's attempting to compile all of the topics.

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And the first person to actually take upon this test was enough

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So, that is what is happening between that time and the time of

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to take a moment.

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Now, at this time, who is being born in America

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is being born, he was born in India 93 or 95. He, so when

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he was around the age of five or six, and then when the time

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was almost 10, or so, eight

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has just been born. And his teachers are in all their roles and missions

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are hiring the scholars are some of the scholars have been upon themselves to compile the VI D from the public.

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So they continue to to compile it, and focusing on

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what books were lost, or the need to become as he was

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able to he was

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able to diagnose 51. And then you also had surgery and the surgery.

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And then we diagnose.

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And he mentioned how it took approximately 20 years to complete his book. And we'll discuss the famous books one by one.

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But let's talk about the methodology of compiling

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during that time,

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before the six major books meaning before the time of

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so during the time of the gentleman had

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to disclose, it wasn't that he would compile the Hadith of the prophets of Allah.

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Only those that could have that would have a connected chain of transmission or kinetic chain of narration to the public.

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And very rarely would it mentioned the statements or opinions of the Sahaba or the tambien.

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Another feature of this time, if they were really concerned about the snap, that this is the first time period were designed to jump what it is fully implemented, that you have the likes of shopping and not even money and yet he

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was just

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unable even more than that,

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to its fullest, and these people became to be known as the followers of jumbo Tandy, meaning that they established its roots even before

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it became known. Another point is that he separated between authentic and authentic meaning. And as you mentioned, the category

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only became known during the time of

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during the time,

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that is he was the one who introduced the category of pension funds. So these are some of the key characteristics

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of this generation and other characteristics of this

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Admission is an elusive hobby, there are no commentary on them, they will compile and just leave it as it is without putting any commentary without mentioning chapter headings or anything like that, there are very few that actually had that and they will just put all the, the themselves.

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So now as time goes on, people are developing more ways to preserve the tsunami pockets of

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their thinking, we have so many as the 50,000 100,000, we need to make them more organized. So one of the first ways that implemented by the weight of Muslims, and we all need the Muslim Ummah, which is this term Muslim, actually. And what this means is that we would categorize

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a mustard form meaning in an alphabetical order by the name of the company. So you will take a photo, and he will mention all the study that has been has married, and in the chapter, whatever, then you have

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a person

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has mentioned and there is, so this was one of the first ways that the books

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were starting to be evolved.

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A second way, was the by way of chapters, meaning that they were to give this is a

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chapter of

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the book again of another

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one. And what he did was he compiled all the ideas pertaining to color. And then

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we talked about the CEO, or the CFO of the

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company, he wrote a book on it.

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So we compiled all of the ideas pertaining to the descent of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So this was a second way that the most acidic and a third way

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that they evolved. And this is the actual final stage is the

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meaning that they'll have different chapter headings,

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everything in them. And this includes the six things

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that we're going to be discussing later in life. Now, before we get to them, there are two important things to notice that after they

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were done collection of Muslims,

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they were close enough to them, and felt that there was some sort of deficiencies in these books, but not even deficiency, but they wanted to make it more concrete. So we came up with two new categories, what they call was stuck. And

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now probably the most famous

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is that

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you might have heard this on this book, if you haven't.

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And what it actually means means that you include more ID to those books.

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So basically, you take the book of human body, and you take the book of mammals that this would have happened. And you looked at it, and looked at conditions for accepting.

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So you look at the condition. And now once you've seen the condition and condition, you apply those conditions to other and

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fulfill those conditions.

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And this happened with the people

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or the electoral committee often happens all the

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students, when they will think of them

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upon this, when the books

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now we mentioned that they wanted to make the bookstore complete, or sometimes we thought that there was a deficiency. So for them

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not to be confused with

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the books as they work. They did not add any more to them. But rather what they did was they found a different change of narration for those.

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So they wanted to do what they call it a breach of the ID. So they would find the company. And then we will see how many people really do the study from this companion. And maybe we'll find another companion. Exactly. What do you wish to compile of the book, you're not mentioned that on that specific companion. So this is what

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now moving on to the books.

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We start firstly with the book of a man by the name of a loved

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It's called

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as for him,

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then his name was Malik,

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and his opinions when he was born, I was 93 or 95, when he agreed that he died in the year 117.

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And actually both of the water

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then he mentioned that unprecedented presenting his book 270 scores of Medina, before I completed it, or when I completed it, I presented it to 70 calls of Medina, and all of them accepted it as a college

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generally accepted.

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So his methodology in this was that he would mention the idea of the focus of a lot of money.

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And he would put them in an order pertaining to chapter headings. That is how he preserved them. And if you look at interesting statements from the,

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for the students of the mathematics, he said, there's no book upon the planet that is more authentic than the mathematics

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there's nothing more authentic on the planet, other than the one part of

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the book is

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now we often hear that it's a body and

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with one percentage, now, to get a strong, healthy number

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is simple and logical answer to this in a live from 160 to

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204, he died,

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when was

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he born

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194 and died 256. So ml nobody was 10 years old, 10 years old, when Shafi might have made the statements

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and we

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didn't witness the compilation of

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his statement was applicable to his time, meaning at that time when he was alive, there was a lot

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more authentic the decoding of the one song.

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So, as were some of the phrases that

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it was said of him,

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many people use your appeals to the

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accident when he was in Medina. So when he was a mechanic was when he was received from Indiana, he was known as a teacher. So, he would resourcing memory for

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the second book, or the second book, which became popular after that, and famous was the Muslim internationalist.

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And as you mentioned, the book

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is designed in such a way that in alphabetical order, by the needs of the companions, so the person who there is

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it will be according to his name, that he had his first and all of them are placed under their chapter headings. So the number

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the range close to 14,000

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as well.

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His name was

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his name is Mohammed.

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He was born in the year 164. And he died in the year 241. And he also became to be known as the man

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and this was due to the strict stance that he took when the fitna of the creation of the Koran took place.

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Now, the third book after his agenda,

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or the compilation of the numbers,

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now the number of

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books with repetition is 7397 7337.

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And without repetition is 2761.

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So with repetition is 7397 without repetition is 2761.

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And as for how the book is laid out, is laid out in terms of chapters, meaning that the mother

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would mention the chapter headings and then the hubby was

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presented. So we mentioned, as you mentioned, the first chapter in

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that how revolution began, and then eventually, pertaining to the beginning of Revelation. And as you're reading,

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as you mentioned,

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Ibrahim, and according to him a long time, and he died in the year, so he was one year 194. And he died in the year 266.

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Now, the book after that, is a journey for Mr. Muslim.

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he compiled his book, without putting any chapter headings, he had chapter headings in his money, what he did with this book. So even though we came after, when he did his expedition of famous men, he put the appropriate chapter headings. For instance, he was the first one to mention the chapter headings.

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As for the name of the language,

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he was mostly a judge.

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And he was born in the support, he lived from 204, to 261, and in another opinion, 206, to 261. And in all honesty and openness, the opinion that he lived from 260 to 261, is more accurate. And this is based upon the fact that a man was dimensioned, that he died in 261, at the age of 55. So he said this himself. Also, if this was the very first one of his students who said that

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when he died, he died at the age of 55, in year 261 hours is not possible for analysis.

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It was very one of his students, that he died in 261 and

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55 years, five years, and you get to 206.

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And moving on to the next book is advanced.

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Does anyone know who wrote the book, I would have to give you a hint. It's one of the four segments.

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And they say,

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anyone want to take a while yet?

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Another Buddha.

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And this is the book of NSA

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has two famous names, which is a pseudonym.

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And then it's also called and

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so both of these names are applied to the book.

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And his book

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has 1700.

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With repetition, as for, without repetition, I didn't get a chance to look that up, but with repetition is 5714 is the point that he tried to get across in his book was that he looked at the famous opinions during his time, and he tries to provide evidence for each opinion. So in

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this opinion, he would go through and try to provide evidence for him, he will

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ask for explanations of this, then there are footnotes with an explanation by email. And

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as your who remember, he was he was a man

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and the salary

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and the salary. And this should be, you know, notice that some people, when they read the name in English, they read it as listening to music, the feminine one of the one, you know, or my woman.

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But it's actually the study which is attributed to the life that he came from. And he was born in the year 215 and died in the year 303.

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Now, we move on to

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and interesting points over here is that if you were to look in terms of level authenticity, the vocal seems to be the third most authentic book after the books

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and the books

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and the book

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is ready again to the chapters and that is what he generally tries to focus on, even though you will find

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certain chapters about PETA and other than that,

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so there are approximately

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So he mentioned that when he covered his book

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He selected his books for 100,000.

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And then he limited himself to 5200.

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Then he said this, when he owes his lecture to the people, and they asked him, you know, tell us about your book, what is it what is so great about it, so

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that I 500,000, for which I chose 5232 the suffice.

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As for who he was, his name was Abu Dhabi. So the van is

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a CG stands.

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So the United

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States system is born in New York 202. And he died in the year 275.

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Moving on to the next book, is a journey and the journey.

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And the journey. And again, he likewise for me to focus on seven was something particular and unique to his book, along with the chapter headings, and the evidence.

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He frequently mentioned the opinions of the scholars of his time, as well as the opinions of the

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for the number of

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then there are approximately 4000 housing units. And as for me, he was

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That was my family, even so, even.

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So, I believe that Mohammed isn't even sort of

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activity. It was born in the year 200. And he died in the year 279. And likewise, you saw the students will remember, and you mentioned the famous quotes from him. He said,

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just as much as he benefited from me. And we mentioned how

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So when he was asked, how can you benefit from many,

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very many hobbies from him, to which are very few athletes.

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That I benefited from him in a manner meaning that I benefited from him in the fear of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And in asceticism, so email,

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me as someone who stayed away from the luxuries of his life, and someone who was very fearful.

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And moving on to our last famous book of discussion, which is which book.

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Suddenly, the magic is a very, very interesting and profound book, in the very beginning of his book, he calls it

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or the introduction. And in this introduction, he talks about nothing except Africa, and methodology. So if you want to find the data of the PI's predecessors, and you want to find the methodology of the predecessors, one of the best books to go to is the muckety muck.

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We talked about the importance of following the center. And then he talks about the belief of the companions in the

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attributes of Allah subhanho, wa, taala. And even further, and his belief in giving precedence to

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all the rest of the companions, you will find all of this and the mocha demon,

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as well as imagine, it is focused and focused on or didn't give a heavy emphasis on it, but rather, he may try to make it encompassing way again,

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including things pertaining to the competition,

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and including chapters of flip and included chapters. And for those of

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us, who is the legend was, he was

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he was

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Mohammed Aziz, unfortunately,

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he was born in the year 209. And he died in the year 273. And in terms of authenticity, then this is the least authentic book out of the six books that we mentioned. So the order generally would be Bukhari Muslim.

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And then generally speaking, then the study and then

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there will be the order and when you study books, pertaining to

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the region, you will find that you often are commonly find this is mentioned in the seven books or the book or the studies as mentioned, and the four books to briefly break down what that means, every

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set will suffer What are they agreed upon, it means is mentioned

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If we had essentially mentioned by an omission by before, it refers to the components of the

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committee and the study and if you mentioned and it is mentioned in a sonata, which is very rare, it will be recorded and it was

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and it was mentioned in a meeting before.

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Now, prior to the time we put in dimensions,

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it will be

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the famous one

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in many

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but after the time

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he mentioned the server or the server instead of the most of the family, it will be the Muslim.

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So, these are just some interesting notes to keep in mind.

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We'll take a short five minutes break inshallah and come back to 817. And we will take a left discussion before we break and that will be on adding terminology or common terminologies that are found in the sciences of mid level fecal