Imam Bukhari – His Life & Character

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sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Baraka was

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my biographer with him in a shape on him for Jean spiller.

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In the law, a woman yukata who used to be a

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vida, Ebrahimi

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as promised in Sharla. I'll

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share a few thoughts about

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the law here today.

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It's well known

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Muslims across the world

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from the summerhall jemar.

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are all ama regarding

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the famous collection of Hadeeth known as healable hard as the most authentic book after the holy quarter.

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The two most famous books are the psyche of a man Mojave and the sea of mammals. Can you hear me

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now of the to Muslim and Mohali,

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the book of a man Mohali is considered superior by almost all of the amount of the listener

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and they widely and regularly use a phrase and not just today, but this has been the case for centuries that this is the most authentic book after the book of a last panel.

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So how did this book this particular collection of headings, even though there there were so many during that period, how did this particular work, attain such a privileged status amongst Muslims and in fact, amongst Muslim scholarship

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part of it is to do with the purpose and the focus of Emanuel hardy in his book,

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and a great part has to do with his own

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knowledge, scholarship and expertise.

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With the law Healy

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is famous for one particular reason, which is that he is the first who sought to compile a collection of heavy

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with stringent conditions

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with a view to separating the most reliable and authentic heavy from others.

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This doesn't mean that he excluded,

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inauthentic heavy.

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So, what's to be found in the Sahil hardy is authentic and what not to be found is considered inauthentic by Manmohan. Li No, in fact, he himself says, I have left out more authentic hadith and I have actually included in the book.

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But the book, in his view, is the cream of the crop, the creme de la creme of heavy, so of all the collection of the entire collection of Hadeeth that was at his disposal, he chose only the top

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and he deposited that in his book. So he who hadn't whose full name is actually he as he named it's not so he but he called it a Jeremy understnad A Steven What does that mean? moody Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa seldom or son and he was a young, which means the

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which is original

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I mean, the Compendium, and muslin, which is linked and chained, ie all the way to the sort of La solahart he was selling them. So he, the authentic, reliable, and what so the abridged

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from the affairs of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and his son, meaning his son that's and his history, his days meaning his history, that is the full name of so he will.

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Mr. mojari, although he selected only a certain number of headies, they still number

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well over 2000

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and these are them without repetition. Otherwise, there are lots of repetitions in his book. And even without the repetition, there is a huge number well over 2000. Now,

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this and other reasons have led a scholarship of Islam to regard the work of Mahatma Gandhi to be the greatest book in Islam after the Holy God.

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Not because these are the words of Eman

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rather these are the reliable, authentic, verified words, the most authentic verified words of the Noble Messenger Salalah, highly.

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Now, who was the Manoir de la de la? And how did Allah equip him enable him to achieve this task, even though he came later.

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And during his own time, there were already collections of heavy,

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including many by his own teachers.

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And yet his work surpassed all of them. And as I said, one of the main reasons is that he chose whereas the other scholars before him, as well as

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his contemporaries, they sought to collect as many narrations and traditions from the sort of loss of the law highly as possible, with links with chains of narration, stretching back to the Messenger of Allah. But none of them on this scale sought to include only the most authentic, verified and reliable heddy in their collections. His is the first word that sought to do so. And it truly was a magnificent achievement.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala chose a man party.

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He really did. He himself relates that I saw a dream

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in which I was

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before the Noble Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with a hand fan. And I was finding

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the prophets of Allah and he was selling them in this manner.

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So he went to a scholar who interpreted dreams.

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Can you imagine your mom Buhari being who he was, he didn't interpret the dream himself.

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Well, hardly being who he was. He didn't interpret the dream. He went to a scholar who was an expert in the interpretation of dreams.

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And he requested the interpretation of the stream that I saw myself before the noble messengers A lot of it was swaying the fan before him. What does this mean? So the scholar told him that you will

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family fam away and remove the inauthentic sun from the authentic sun.

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And someone else saw a dream in which Emmanuel hardier had to learn he was seen. The Prophet Simba love it was was walk and a man will highly recommend the lady was following immediately behind him in his footsteps, and literally in his footsteps. So, wherever the Noble Messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam placed his noble foot, and then lifted it, Eman, Bihari in that dream was placing his foot exactly on the footsteps of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam and he continued to do

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a last panel with Anna equipped and Allah blessed him with many qualities. This is why even during his time, which was in the abas at the peak of the Basset Empire, the mammal Harley and I had to learn he was born in one mind for history

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in the month of

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a while, and just the year before how long Rashid, the famous, a busted Emperor, who is the

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main character in the legends of 1001 nights. And

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his his empire was famous, but that was famous, but that was at its peak them. There were two jewels of the world at that time, one in the East one in the West, the one in the East was Baba, and the one in the East was caught,

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both occupied and developed and inhabited by Muslims. So, but dad was a jewel of the East. And it was at its peak at the time that

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he was born, because just a year before Harun Rashid passed away, and his son had inherited as well succeed him.

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So your mom hurried to learn he was born in Omaha, which is in modern day it was Becca, Stan, and he was born in a while, after Sinatra jumar.

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And we may say, Well, how is that? How do we know? Someone asked him? Well, how do you want to learn Hindi? When were you born? So he took out his father's writing, and he said, Look, when I was born, my father recorded my birth. And in writing, it was written

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in Chihuahua, after the

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Salah after the summer of jamara. So Mr. Mohammed Abdullah was born then. So during that period, scholarship was widespread. And there were famous scholars of Arabic of philosophy of logic, have or have had Eve.

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And yet, in that period, heaving with scholarship, Amanda Hardy, Laurie rose to the top that attests to his genius. He wasn't just one way, as we say, the one eyed man is king in the land of the blind, that wasn't the case of the man will have to lay wherever one search there were, there were scholarship, and there were scholars and there was learning in all branches of secular learning, religious learning, and yet in that period, amongst a galaxy of scholars, human behavior, a hunter learning show that shows his

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ability and the gifts that last panel data had endowed him with. And I'll say more about that. You ma'am. How do you learn to learn his father was in fact a scholar himself. His name was smarter 11 that you Brahim will have some smart 11 that you brought him in.

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And he was a student of Mr. Malik, if not in us. in Medina. He wasn't he was actually a student of Mr. Malik. Honors, he had heard heavy from Imam Malik. He had also seen the great scholars who murdered moseyed, Abdullah hidden Mubarak and various others. So he was a scholar himself.

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He left a lot of wealth, and when he died, someone one of the scholars visited him. And when he was on his deathbed, he actually said to this visiting scholar, that all my wealth which I have left for my family, there is not a single dyrham there in which is of a doubtful source. Forget haraam. Mata seagull dyrham which is of a doubtful source, the purity of the piety of his father trickled down to the sun. And the same would go for his mother. His mother was a worshipping pious mother, the wife of a scholar and Eman Hardy, he wasn't born blind, but in his infancy, he did become blind.

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The mother would weep and pray to Allah besieging him suffocating to him, but

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he remained blind.

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But then she continued to we beseech Allah pray to Him supplicates eventually she saw a dream in which she saw the Prophet Ibrahim Ali

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and see them at Rahim alayhis salam said to her a last panel with the Allah has restored the sight of your son through your weeping in your prayers. And indeed, when she awoke Bihari Rahmatullah even as an infant he was able to see again, and with such Eagle Eye vision, he he became blind in infancy, his eyesight was restored. Yet when he grew up, he also used to practice archery, and his students say that one of the students who stayed with him for a great part

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of his life. He said in all the time that I spent with him, I never ever saw him missed the mark or the targets when shooting arrows except twice in his whole life.

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So that's the vision he had. So Allah subhanho wa Taala restored his sight through the prayer and the application of his mother.

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Mr. Hardy was still an infant, when his father will have only smart 11 Ebrahim passed away. And then he grew up as a yootheme as an orphan under the care of his mother and his brother, his brother, he had a brother, whose name was Ahmed.

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Unfortunately, this brother didn't survive. He accompanied Amanda Hardy. So there were two sons, Mohammed and

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Amanda Hardy. He accompanied a bamboo Harley and his mother to hedge when a man behind he was 16 years old. And then a man will hurt he stayed in Mecca, and his brother had returned with their mother to be harder. And unfortunately, he fell ill and he passed away. There was a man who had he was still in Makkah. So there were two brothers within Mohammed, and their mother. He grew up as a precocious child, extremely intelligent, very gifted. And then,

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at the age of 10, he was already inspired to not just learn and read but actually memorize it.

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So someone asked him that when were you first inspired to memorize had he also he didn't say, he said, When was the beginning of your affair? So he said,

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I was inspired to have Eve when I was 10 years old, only 10. And he relates to story of when he was 11.

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So he says, there was a scholar called him that he needed to learn early. He was actually a teacher of God.

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And not just a scholar of Babel mcdon but a scholar of Hadeeth. So remember how he went to MCC that he says, I studied in the,

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in Arabic, you call it both the mucked up and

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so he studied in the mucked up system or the system.

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And then at the age of 10, he began taking a keen interest in hobbies. And he went to, he used to go to a scholar call. He used to go to a scholar call him that he had to learn he used to teach her to a large group of students. And this was in his hometown of Bihar.

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So he says one day I was there. And Amanda said he mentioned the Hadith, in which he mentioned the chain of narration.

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And he said, Sophia, related from Abu Zubaydah from Ibrahim. So this child spoke up and said,

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Abu Zubaydah did not hear Hadith from Ibrahim.

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So imagine that he rebuked him scolded him as anyone who was a child. So you might imagine that he scolded him. So hard, he insisted and said, because he was relating from memory. So he said, if you go and check your original manuscript, see what's in there. So he actually went into the house because he was teaching outside his house. He went into the house, check the manuscript brought it out, and he said, child, what you say is correct.

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So tell me what should it be? So he rammed earth and he sat down with pen and his own book and manuscript, and he said, what should it be? So emammal heard he said, Sofia, related from not observed aid, but zubayr Ebner ID who related from Ibrahim, so then Amanda actually corrected his book from the narration of Muhammad Ali smart Ito Buhari. So the students asked him well, howdy, how old were you? Then? He said, 11

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when he reached the age of 16,

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when he reached the age of 16, he went to hedge with his mother and his brother, Ahmed traveled all the way from Jakarta to

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there. As I said, his mother and his brother returned to Baja. And he stayed in the locker room. And he began studying.

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One of his greatest teachers was a man who made the first

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Hadeeth of hardy is actually from a man who made the law Healy, who was his teacher, and he was from Makkah takahama. Anyway, mom had to learn a study in Makkah, intended to travel to Yemen, but he heard that Imam Azhar

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had passed away. He wants to travel to Imam Abdullah as many of you have

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Have you heard the name of the famous book of Hadeeth normas and somenath. The result? huge book and that was by the author, Imam Abdul Razak from Sahara Yemen capital of Yemen some is known as the mount Dora Zappa. somani mo Abdullah reserve died in 210.

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So Mr. McCarty was 16 years old, and he wanted to travel. there immediately be here the man, I've got us after passed away, so he didn't go and he stayed in. And then he traveled to Medina. And he continued with this journey. And in his journey for studying, they traveled all over Makkah, Medina, Egypt

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ascalon in Sham which is Ashkelon, he traveled to the mosque, hemps Basra Kufa, Baghdad was it.

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Someone can even battle in Afghanistan. He traveled everywhere, and emammal hardy Rockefeller Hill, a memorized Hadeeth wherever he was studying, in fact, at the young age of 18, two years after he first went hedge, Emanuel hardy began offering his books. So he started writing his famous work a daddy Holika D.

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And he says, I used to write this in the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. In moonlit night, as I was saying, as a child, he became blind. Through the prayers of his mother, Allah restored his sight, and with the glad tidings of the Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam in history in her in the mother's dream, and Allah restored his sight to such sharpness, that without light in moonlight, in the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam in the courtyard he used to write, he started writing his book in 31 cubby at the age of 18.

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He continued offering rides in and this book of 30 Huckabee, which he authored or he began offering at the age of 18. We may not think much of it,

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but he somewhat will Mr. One irlam told another alum, should I not show you a work of sorcery? So he said, Yes. So he took out the body at 31 Kabira women Buhari and he said here Take a look at this, this is magic.

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It takes a scholar to recognize a scholar. So that was the work which he started offering at the age of 18. In the mystery of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in moonlit nights, he continued to study and Allah subhanho wa Taala blessed him in such a way

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that before long,

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he became an authority of heavy

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and he actually began teaching had Eve as a teenager.

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For instance, some of the scholars relate that there was a famous scholar called Imam Muhammad that included the use of military RB not for a very inferior being someone else.

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Imam Ramadan, the use of alpha reavie died in 212 hijiri. And many scholars would gather at his house. So a man will highly recommend de la Haley, some of the scholars say we remember

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in a huge multitude, studying Hadith and listening to Wahhabi reciting Hadith to as an as recording the Hadith. at the door of Imam Fiddy. Arby's has

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an amount of video he died at the age of

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in 212 hijiri. That means a man blowhard he was 18 years old, at the age of 18. With very little hair on his face, remember how he was teaching her teeth too fast?

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And again, in those early teenage years, one of the famous scholars hashtag nice married

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who was actually a contemporary of Amanda Hardy, who became a student hash does it meet smart ego says that we

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we were studying had Eve with scholars and we were traveling study heavy.

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And there was a whole group of us. And we used to go listen to Hadeeth record come back, they would spend hours recording heavy from their teachers. She said, Muhammad Ali is smart, he was with us. And we saw that he never ever used to take notes and never used to record anything.

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So after many days, we used to talk amongst ourselves and after many days we approached him and confronted him. We said to him that you come to listen to

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Hadeeth withers from our teachers, but you never write anything.

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So he said, he remained silent. They pressed him on the matter. And they bore down on him. So eventually he said to them, okay, bring me whatever you have recorded so far. So they said they collected their papers and the count of the heaviness of the word approximately 15,000 15,000. So we'll have some time. So your man will harvest it, bring me what you have. And then from memory, he began reciting from the beginning, over the space of a few gatherings he related and recited all 15,000

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from memory, hashes of neat, smart essays to the extent that we began correcting our manuscripts from his memory. Then he said to them, Do you think that I waste my time and my days? So do you think I come to visit the scholars and study that study and have them in futility, and that I'm wasting my time and my days?

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So how should in the smart Eagle says, then we realize at that age that no one will surpass him? And it's true, Hashem that smart. He became one of the students even though he was as contemporary and fellow secret and Stevens have had Ethan knowledge.

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In fact, one of his own teachers.

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Muhammad Yunus animal by candy

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bacon is a town near Bihar again in modern day was Pakistan. So Muhammad didn't ceramill by Gandhi, who was one of his earliest teachers when he was still a child. Muhammad Yunus enamel bacon, they used to say

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every time hardy even as a young teenager would come in front of me, I would be filled with fear.

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I would be filled with fear

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because I feared making a mistake in front of it.

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And so once in front of others, he said Eman bacon de la la he said to Buhari here, take my book, his record are heavy. And he said if there are any errors in their curriculum.

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So someone said how is someone of the caliber of Muhammad massaman bacon D, telling this young lad to correct his own manuscript? So they said to him, Who is this? So this is a man with the massaman bacon these testimony when Imam Buhari was still a young lad, he said this, this is one of whom that is no lie.

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And that was Muhammad Yunus anomala bacon the his teacher, and the same one who didn't listen Allah bacon the Imam slimani Mujahid says that I visited him once. And

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Mr. novel bacon, he said to me that had you come a short while earlier, just a little earlier, I would have shown you a child who knows 70,000 things by heart.

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So he couldn't believe it's an amount of damage.

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So he ran out looking for him. So he found a mammal Harley. And he said, Are you the one who claims that you know 70,000, Hades by heart? Remember how he was still a child? He said yes and more.

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Yes, and more, I can relate more to you. And then he added further, he said, and not only that, but every Hadees which I relate from the Sahaba and the therapy with that chain of narration. That is not a single name that I do not mention from the Sahaba and the derby, except that I know their dates of birth, their dates of death, and their places of residence.

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And it's true.

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Well, Hardy was a genius and Allah had prepared for the preservation of the heavy philosophical law.

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Through the death of his mother, the piety and the purity of his father and his mother, last home with Anna had chosen and there were testimonies from the his own scholars and mentioned about him and from Ed. Luckily, some scholars have gone to the extent of saying that you ma'am, Commedia ambalaj bronzebeard.

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was one of the greatest scholars he died in 219 hijiri

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imaam maybe when Imam Buhari was only 80

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and he was with him and mojari sorry, he was with a man from a the mecca

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ma'am made the law he had a dispute and a difference not disputes but a difference of opinion with another scholar of heavy

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so they were debating

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So Mr. mojari arrived as a young man. So when Imam Abdullah Abu Zubaydah made he saw him he said to the other person, here comes someone who will judge between us.

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And then they both presented their case to Mr. Bahari. Mr. Mohan he says I judged in favor of Imam and delighted reservado MIDI. And indeed the truth was with him. He was judging among scholars.

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As a teenager, he was teaching at the door of great scholars as a teenager without much hair on his face. He was correcting his teachers at the age of 11.

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Please don't attempt that here.

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He was.

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His teachers were asking him to correct their manuscripts

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in his teenage years, that's the

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memory that alas paramahansa Anna had endowed him with In fact, it was said that he only had to read a book once you had photographique memory. He had to read a book once, and he memorized in

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Indeed, he used to hear and he used to memorize instantly, like that famous story of Buddha. And I'll mention that in a moment. But your man will hire you to learn he had a last parameter Allah gave him many scholars to study and in fact, he studied under the hammer.

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And many of the famous scholars of the age is harping on the right way.

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Dini but they will read this paper to say he was actually the teacher not just of a man

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but the man will hardy Muslim tell me the NSA without even a manager all of them relate hiding from him and people didn't say even their books.

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And not just a few but many your mom tell me these book is filled with a heavy from his teacher but able to say

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so the table sorry, who died in 240, hijiri 16 years before Manmohan he passed away.

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But they would have no say he

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he was one of the teachers of Allah human Medina is how can the right way to handle these are giants of that age, Emmanuel Hardy was able to study under oath. And at a young age, he was also able to teach and he began his work on the ceiling on his collection. So he I'll speak about the actual book on another occasion. But for now, just to share a few thoughts about and words about Emmanuel Hardy, the learner himself how last grammar what Allah chose him, equipped him. Allah endowed him with

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piercing intelligence superclean intellect and

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prodigious memory. Like I said, he had a photographique memory he was able to read once here once.

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And as he said, as a child to some amount of knowledge.

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There is not a single

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amongst us a habit and berberine from him on the rate, except that I also know their date of birth, their death, date of death and their places of residence, in fact, is happening Rockaway, once he was teaching it.

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And he came across a name called upon

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concern you open Jeremy, one of the two conjunctions are on your contract.

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So it's hard to ignore our way being the man that he was.

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He didn't know what who this APA was. He didn't know who this APA was. And since the place where, or the Nisbett

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to, to which a bar belonged, or conjunction

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is happening around we didn't know that either. So he said to the man mojari, Mohammed, the nice Mary, remember he was a student. He said Mohammed, doubly smart. He. What's this conundrum?

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So without any hesitation, Buhari as a student said, kenjon is a town in Yemen.

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Monrovia sent a center Sahabi it'll be a love to Yemen. Upon this upper was in conjunction, he heard this heavy from that. So hubiera de la one. So it's happening right away said

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getting the cache

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that Oh, yo, young man. It seems as though you lived amongst them.

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You were a witness to them.

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Any name?

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It was a walking, talking encyclopedia.

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At a young age,

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and he displayed these feats of intelligence of memory with everyone his teachers, fellow students, used to hear something once memorized, read something once memorized it, he went to summer camp.

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And in the city of samarqand, there were 400 scholars of heavy

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who gathered with Imam Mohali.

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And for seven days, they had discussions with a man Buhari for seven days 400 schools in the city of Somaliland, and for seven days they continuously mixed chains of Hadith and their texts. So they would take the chain of scholars from Iran and mix them up with chains of scholars with names from Sham and those from Egypt with the Hejaz and those from Hejaz from elsewhere. So they would mix up names and chains of narrations. They did that for seven days, 400 of them, and in seven days, 400 scholars collectively could not trapped in Malmo hardy with a single mistake.

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He visited bustle

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in Iraq.

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And people had heard that Muhammadu Buhari has arrived. So, in the jammy the main Mr. bussola P. Someone announced that smart ILA has come to bussola.

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And so people gathered in the machine the next day, when news spread further, and announcements was in fact they announced that day that Mohammed Ebony smart L is here. Tomorrow, he has agreed to hold a gathering of Hadeeth at this time in this machine.

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The next day 1000s arrived fast. The mustard was for people on the roofs

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of the mystery that nearby homes.

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And they requested that Eman hardy relate heavy. So a man will highly recommend to lie they did that the narrator says that I saw a young man arrive with a black beard and lots of single white hair.

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He prayed solaar behind the pillar. Then he went and sat down and 1000s of gathered and he began his word he began his speech with the words are people of Bosler, I am a young man and you have requested me to relate had et.

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So what I will do is I will relate these to you in a unique way, which is that I will relate these to you from your scholars. And what he meant was as follows. He narrated the Hadeeth

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people were scholars of heavy people were students are heavy, so in their head, and then he said oh people are bussola you all know this. But you know this heavy through this scholar through that scholar through that scholar. But these scholars are not from bussola. What I will do is I will relate the same Hadith to you authentically from your scholars of bussola which you don't do not know or which you don't have and it's not this narration is not as famous. And in this way he narrated many how the with chains of narration that pass through the scholars of bussola for the benefit of the people of bussola that shows his genius.

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And he had many scholars he himself says I actually recorded had Eve and studied under and recorded Hadith from 1080 scholars 1008

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he went to Bogota. And again this is the story of his memory mammal hard to learn he went about that and

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people gathered.

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When they arrived when he arrived again, the machine was full, the Jaromir the main mystery of the body,

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which was at its peak, as I said that this was the peak and the zeniff of the above acid Empire. And you can imagine the glory and the size of the German religion, the largest mission of Baghdad,

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but that was a purpose built city. So people gathered in the mustard was full, it was overflowing, again people want rooves and the time machine was filled with people.

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Scholars had prepared themselves for the arrival of Mr. McCauley and 10 scholars had got together well in fact a number of scholars had kept got together and they had chosen 10 had each

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They have given 10 IDs to each scholar. So 10 D for each scholar 10 of them 100 headings on which each with each Hadith, what they did is that they took the mutton, the text of the Hadees. And they took the chain of narration, and they mix them up. So they separated the chains of narration from the

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texts of the heady and they attached they detach this chain from this hadith and attached it to another chain, and so on. So all 100 Hadith were mixed up. And they did they have to do this amongst 10 of them. So not one person, they have to delegate this to 10 different scholars.

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So when will How do you recommend to Larry and he arrived and he sat down the first scholar and he said, they said we would like to question you on Friday. So they said ask. The first scholar stood up

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and he narrated the first Hadith with the incorrect chain of narration.

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What happened? Mr. Malhotra had to lie he listened to it. And he said

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all he said was I don't know it. Second had Eve before

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third, law

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and so on until the 10th.

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After the 10th Hadeeth that scholar sat down, the second one stood up. He started with his first Hadeeth, the 11th and so on 10 2030 all the way till 110 scholars narrated 100 Hadith with mixed up chains of narration. And all Heidi would say, was ready for hilarity for I don't know it. I don't know it at the very beginning.

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Some of the narrator's actually saying that those who didn't know they will be wilted. And they began muttering that is this is this the Hardy that we've heard off to every head he says that rally for I don't know. But the other man say that the scholars were looking at each other and they had unstirred.

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But hardly knows. At the end of the 100 Hadeeth bill Hart when they sat down anymore know what he said. Now you you narrated the first ideas and this is what you narrated. And this is the second one that you narrated. What he did is that he narrated every single incorrect ad as he had heard, then he narrated the correct version. He said That's incorrect. This is a correct version. And he did that for all hundreds what he did is he narrated 100, incorrect Hadeeth with their change of narration. And then he narrated immediately thereafter, each one's correct version. Now to us that's astounding. But to the scholars of Hadith that's not standing. That's why I have them in a huddle

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under scaloni Rahim Allah, who was the probably the most famous commentator said he was a scholar of the ninth century he died in 852 hijiri. Now whenever I mentioned dates, I only refer to the hijiri dates I'm familiar with in the Gregorian or the Julian dates. So even a headless Kalani was a scholar of the ninth century 852 history when he's when he passed away. His famous commentary of Hadith is federal body. He himself is renowned as half if he was one who knew Hades by heart And truly, his commentary on Buhari is like a cross reference book of Hades and an encyclopedia.

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Truly, some of them are have actually said that after Buhari no one knows what's in the psyche of Buhari as well as a journalist.

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And the way he used to narrate Hadeeth himself, and the way that he wrote his commentary was through dictation would sit there and dictate sit there and dictate from memory just as much as OBD would do a few centuries later. So imagine half of the Blodgett Alice Kalani being an imam of Eddie's and a man of prodigious prodigious memory himself. He says, narrating the story of Imam Hadi in in Bihar in Baghdad, that he corrected 100 Headey he says, It is no surprise that Imam Bukhari was able to cite the 100 correct had Eve he said, that's no surprise.

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After all, he has a habit of Hadeeth he's he said What is surprising? And he said, Well, hoonah you thoroughly Buhari, that here one must defer to the Hardy is that he was able to memorize 100 incorrect Hadith in an instance, with their chains of narration and able to recall them without anyone being able to detect a single mistake. That was the memory that will hardy had he truly was astounding.

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And like I said,

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have said before, if someone wants to say to you,

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how many friends do you have? How many friends would we be able to recall? instantly?

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At the most, a few school

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how many names could we recall from our own phonebook, not numbers, just names? How do you say things? And remember, he was dealing with

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1000s of Sahaba de Laval and 1000s upon 1000s of the students of each of these.

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So he remember mnemonic so hard he says one day I recall, and I reflected on the students of an automatic and as I've said before, they wouldn't use the word Bolivar or Tommy, what word did he use as hard as habit and as I reflected on the companions, meaning the students have understood mnemonic for how that and he sat in.

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So in a in a moment, I was able to recall 300 names of the students of Emerson romantical, DLR, one Sahabi 300 names in an instance,

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your mom who who vocally was an imam of Nisa Ward, and that whole region. Lisa boo is a modern day Iran. He was a truly great scholar, Imam Muhammad in the area of Dali.

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And he was actually one of the teachers and the shapes of

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a towering scholar. Someone says once Imam Bukhari and Imam Muhammad in a valley were walking together,

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and Imam Muhammad was asking Imam Bukhari about some of the names of the narrators in the Hadith, and some of the subtle defects and flaws in the chains of narration of Howdy. And how was Bihari answering? This is with Imam Mohammed bin Yahya, vocally was posing the questions and how he was answering the narrative essays because he was shooting through his answers like an arrow as though he was reciting kohala.

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As though he was reciting hula, hula

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names, dates, names, dates.

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That was the memory that Allah subhanho wa Taala had endowed him with truly

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has been 100 and escallonia Rahim Allah He mentioned a very beautiful point he says, If I was to ever he said if I was to open the door

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of writing about the praise heaped on Imam Bukhari, by later scholars,

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normally in Islamic hagiographies, as they are called in Islamic biographies, but others like to call them hagiographies because they are full of praise, and hardly any criticism, but that's incorrect. But in any case, in Islamic books of biographies and history, normally there's lots of praise. So such and such person said about him.

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So even a little less than half of them 100, Kalani says if I if I start if I was to do that, and write about the praise that people have showered upon Imam Bukhari after him, he said, that is he said, if I did that, then my papers would expire, and my breath would expire. And that wouldn't end for the lick. Sir, because that is an ocean that has no short

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that's the praise of the scholars after

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and therefore it's pretty worthless. In comparison to the other praise that I will share with you to mention the praise of later scholars when we only have to look at the praise of his own teachers his own show you

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and what they had to say about him was truly astounding

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to lay the man or fit some howdy the author of the Muslim or the 27,000 Hadith approximately Imam Ahmed Mohammed he died in two for one history 15 years before Mr. Mahajan he passed away in a humble said what are some that's the region where some open

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mics are born and all of these areas are to be found in

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the humble said what are some has not produced anyone like Muhammad have a smile.

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That is teach

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is how good Nora who a

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famous Mr.

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His teacher, he used to say all scholars

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Students have had Eve was having had a look at this young man

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and record Hadith from him.

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Because if he was alive, even in the time of and hustle and bustle, and hustle bustle he was a famous therapy

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and has an obesity was a famous therby, the successor to the Sahaba of the alarm. He died in 110. History The same year as it was seen, and they were both diabetes, meaning their teachers whether so how about all the alarm, in fact, it has an obviously are so knowledgeable and it was so eloquent.

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There were two extremely eloquent people at the time.

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A judge of the use of Buffy the tyrant, and it has an anniversary

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it's tragic that hustle bustle he was in hiding from a hydrogen the use of he feared for his life and he was hiding from attack judging the use of so these two extremely eloquent and had judged the use of was so eloquent. He was a master of the Arabic language. He's the one who actually introduced the new art, you know that diacritical marks in the Quran, and the dots the vowel, the vowel markings, he's the one who introduced them electronically use orthography. He was originally from five from the thief, and he was a passionate defender of the Arabic language. And he loved Arabic scholarship and language, but he was a tyrant at the same time, and he was so eloquent while Amar

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said when had judge been usurped, would speak any title to It was as though that was being revealed.

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Indeed, his words are so powerful. They say he used to ascend the member of Kufa

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and with his sword in his hand, he used to because he was a governor. He used to address the entire congregation of the German listed of Kufa and he used to scold them, repeat

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lashline them with his tongue, degrade them, denigrate them, put them down

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and impromptu.

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And then the LMR say when he would descend from the member.

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He says the entire congregation would disbelieve themselves and believe only him.

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That was the power and the magic of his speech. So one of the molar mass said, Who is the most eloquent

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judge of the use of oil has an inverse v. Both of them are regarded as being eloquent. So the alum said

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he was the most eloquent, and some of the orlimar say, Do you know why he was so eloquent? He was his mother was a maid in the house of meaning. masala mahalo de la hora. And

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one day his maid, the maid, his mother, the maid was absent. He was a baby. He was a baby.

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He was weeping uncontrollably, almost sent him out of the alarm actually lifted him up and suckled.

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They say his, his knowledge, his piety, his wisdom, and his eloquence is from the Baraka, the mother of the believers.

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In Santa Marta de la, Sol Hassan, Leslie was is highly regarded. So it's hard to be on our way said our students and scholars have had a look at this young man and record it from him. So if he was alive, even in the time of hustle and bustle he people would have been dependent on him for his knowledge of fitness.

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That's his teachings have a mirage away?

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from it, you know, Medina was a

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towering figure. How do you say is imagine madness. unarmed black men who didn't disarm and buy candy is shave. His own teacher says I used to be scared of mahadi coming into my gathering less than make a mistake in front of them.

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And others feared as well. Imam Abdullah Hebrews VEDA Hamidi from Makkah, when Imam Hari arrived at the age of 18, he said here comes a man who will judge between us

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yet Imam Ali Abdullah Medina, you can imagine what he must have been like, because Imam Bukhari actually says Mr. Sultan FC in the ad in in la de Adnan de

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that I would never consider myself lonely.

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Or I never considered myself small in front of anyone because it was very confident. Except Ali abunimah de la Medina was one person that a man will hardly irrational to learn he used to feel humbled by and overawed by. So when he said that to some people number he was just he

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Some of these people went back and told Mr. malleable Medina that this is what your bamboo hardy says about you that he is not overwhelmed and overhauled by anyone and he does not feel small before anyone except you.

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These are immense words of praise. So what did he leave in Medina?

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He said in reply, he said that

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he said leave him IE leave. What do you say is about me for the truth is he has not seen anyone like himself.

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That was it. You know, Medina, he said he has not seen anyone like himself.

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His teacher

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Imam Abu Saeed

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Eman papa.

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used to say

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in fact before I mentioned about a man called Eva because I'll leave that to later. Imam Yakubu Jaffa of bacon D. Another one of his teachers. He's one of the narrator's of Eman Yakubu Javelin bacon he was teach

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Mr. Mahajan arranged from him in his sorry,

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Mr. Miyagi blue Javelin, bacon D.

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used to say,

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listen to his words, this is a teacher if I was able

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to reduce my life and thereby increase the life of Bihar incredibly smart. If I was able to reduce days from my life, and years from my life and give them to worry, so that he could live longer, I would do so. Because my death is the death of one man. But the death of Muhammad nice Merida Buhari is a disappearance of knowledge. And that's his teach.

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So forget what later scholars said. Look out what his teacher said. Imagine what they would say. As I said earlier, he is a teacher of Imam Bukhari Muslim did Medina say a Buddha would imagine all six scholars and all of them are as heavy from him and but they put them in their books. And not just a few many imagine potato seed someone wants approached him and asked him about him and he said what do you think of him with a nice smile?

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So, I was able to say he lowered his head

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in silence, and then raised it to the sky and then looked at the audience. And he said,

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Oh people,

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I have studied heavy.

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I have studied meaning reason.

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Number two, Phil Heath, one of

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which are listed for kaha I was bad.

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I have studied Hadeeth I've studied reason. I have sat with jurists, athletics, and worshipping

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Walmart at Ulta Mr. Mohammed nice Mary. And ever since I have come to my senses, meaning since childhood. I have never ever seen anyone like

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that was able to do the same. I have sat with Julius worshippers, ascetics. I have studied Hadeeth I have studied it, but in my entire life since my childhood, I have never ever seen anyone like me smart enough. And that was his teacher, his teacher, but they were gonna say this great man he used to say, and I mentioned who he was first lest we misunderstand what they were gonna say. He was a teacher, Buhari Muslim, didn't we the NSA will deal with in America. A great man. All of them narrates many, many howdy from him.

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What am I used to call him shake on Islam.

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Islam, the shape of Islam and the great narrator of Islam are able to say he actually went to the extent of saying that Ramadan is smart

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in his piety, in his piety. He is similar to Amarillo hubbub amongst the Sahaba de la.

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not comparing him to a lot of the land but amongst his contemporaries, the position of Muhammad is not either Buhari amongst his fellow scholars and students is like the position of a barber, the law amongst us.

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And that was quite a bit of mercy. And there were many Imam Muslim ravintola here and he we've all heard of him and Muslim

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Information about Mr. Muslim let me mention about him

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even though he was a famous Imam have had he has a book called Hebrew zema. He died in 311 hijiri many years later but 311 hijiri Imam Abu Bakar, even Jose Mara de la la, famously man, his lockup his title was Emmanuel ima Abu Bakr,

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the Imam of the Imams Abu Bakr. His words were, there is no one beneath the canopy of the heavens, more knowledgeable of the Hadeeth and hundreds of nice married or

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any man Muslim

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whose book is second only to Buhari and everyone knows about him and more about him and Muslim. Imam Muslim was a giant of a scholar himself. He was from nissar born in modern day Iran, Imam Muslim Rahmatullahi and a visited a man mahadi approached him, kissed in between his eyes on his forehead, and after kissing him and McCarley on his forehead. He said to him, that Annie or Kabila rich Lake, yellow star, that was the dean We'll see you then had the theme or even if you're a learner, that grants me permission, he kissed him on his forehead and sets in grant me permission, or teacher of teachers, a master of the scholars of Hades, and a doctor of Hadith in its subtle flaws and defects.

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Grant me permission to kiss your feet. Yes, Muslim said that to her.

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And he all sat before him and he said,

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Now you will have VOCA illa hassad, what a shadow under who Lazar for dunya mythopoeic. Mr. Muslim said, only one who envies you will despise you. And I give testimony that there is no one in the whole world like

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Harley indeed was.

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And it takes a scholar to recognize a scholar. It takes genius to recognize talent, mediocrity, does not see beyond itself cannot see beyond itself. So these were the scholars who saw the genius and the talent of man behind it.

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But before I could finish, we should not go away with the impression that this is all about Elon Elon Elon scholarship had he had enough memory now? Ma'am hardier law heyday, was a man of sincerity, of piety, of nobility, of good character, of good conduct of impeccable manners, and of extreme humility. Malmo hora de la la was extremely humble, very a man of great pride and purity, just like his father and

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as far as he is a humility and concern. Consider all of this that people have said his teacher, again, the one who spent many years sorry his student, the one who spent many years with him. He says, One day, a man will have to learn he was engaged in building a small fortress, kind of tapped Watchtower

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near the borders, because there was a threat of invasion. So they used to guard that area and volunteers would go to help guard the borders. Your Man party also volunteered to guard the borders. So that man Mohali actually not only

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helps in guarding the borders, but he also helps build a kind of mini fortress or a watchtower. So imagine that he was surrounded by his students and fellow and people who had mind and I'm highly Rahmatullah what he did, you know, he was carrying bricks and stones and building helping in the construction work. So his students and his fellow his colleagues, were all saying to him, you do not need to do this, you do not need to do this. But he insisted, so a student says, I said to him, we will suffice you in doing this, you do not need to do this. Why do you do this? What were the words of Hardy, your mom who hired the lady, the man who preserved the hair, the the man who scholars

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would take because teachers would take pride in him, the man whose memory was as I have just described, whose scholarship was as I have just described, he said whilst carrying bricks, he said to his students, this, this is what will benefit me.

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This is what will benefit me. That was his human.

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The same students.

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He says that we would travel a lot and at night I would sleep in the same tent or house with him.

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And he says many a time on our journeys at man. He used to wake up and I used to watch him. He used to wake up 15 to 20 times at night. Take the iron, stoke the fire. Take a flame, like the candle or the lamp. Take out his book of heavy make a mark, make a comment, close. Switch off,

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extinguish the lamp light. Go back to sleep short while later rise again. Take the eye and stoke the fire. Like the Lambton work on ahaadeeth very quickly make a note Go back to sleep. And he says he would do that 1520 times. But he would never ever let me wake up and do it for him. I you stoke the fire or like

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so when I would say to him, why don't you wake me up he am hotties words. But this was a student. He said, You are a young man your sleep is precious. And I do not wish to disrupt your sleep.

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Humility in the external

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tidy manohara hotel and as I said he was an archer. One day he went again the student relates that he was an expert Archer in my entire life. I've only seen him miss the target twice. So this is one day we were practicing archery, near the riverbank. And there was the small wooden bridge and the wooden bridge had a pole. So remember how do you say Mr. mojari, shot an arrow and the arrow embedded itself in the

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pole, the wooden pole of the bridge, small wooden bridge.

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So remember how he told everyone stop? Then he called the same sheet and he said I want you to go and do something.

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The person who own that land he said go to him,

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give him my salon, convey my greetings to him. And say to him that Mohammed didn't eat smart either Buhari seeks your forgiveness for embedding his arrow in the pole of your bridge. So when the students went and said Mr. mahadi seeks your forgiveness for embedding his arrow in the pole of your bridge. He said pole of the bridge he said Go and tell him within the smart Elan Mohali

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that, forget the pole of the bridge, my bridge and all my lens are yours.

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So when the students went back and told him, You man Buhari was so happy, he sat down and he narrated how these to the,

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to the poor, he narrated to them, and he gave hundreds of theorems in the way of Allah has said that out of joy that the person had forgiven.

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He says i'd i hope that Allah Allah will stand before Allah on the day of reckoning, and not a single person will be able to stand as my adversary

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on the day of reckoning, and I hope to stand before Allah and appear before him. What in such a state that no one will be able to claim of me that I have backbite I have never committed the sin of backbiting against anyone, since I've known that. It's Haram. We harms people, it harms Muslims.

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There was a scholar

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who was blind

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and he was sitting in front of normal hardware.

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So one occasion Mr. McCarty said to him, he was blind. He said, I seek that you forgive me.

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She said Imam, Abu Abdullah, that was a cornea. What do you see forgiveness for from me. She says one day I relate to the head Eve. And you were so amazed and so pleased with the head Eve that you began rocking your head and you motioning with your arms. And when I saw you just gesturing in that manner. I smiled at you. So I seek forgiveness for smiling.

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She said Oh am Tila all is forgiven for you. That was a mama Hari Rama to lie his. His piety, his humility, his Ivanova again. It wasn't just ilmarinen every day he would complete one call and during the day and one third of the or and during the night. Some scholars say this was only in Ramadan, but according some durations it appears that this was throughout the year. So one entire program during the day and one third of the or at night every single day. And he would finish his order and just before start time, and then he will tell people that the hour of his thought is accepted.

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He was wonderful.

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Sala they went to a garden, it was actually in the garden. So after the event in regard to a garden there they prayed a lot in congregation after the her Imam Bukhari was standing, praying in a long knuffle Salah, and then after Salah he turned around to students and said, Come lift my cloak, they lifted his cloak, and a hornet had bitten him 716 or 17 times on his back, a hornet.

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Students said to him, Allah have mercy on you what prevented you from ending your solar early? Remember how he said, I was in the middle of a surah. And I did not want to complete my recap before I completed the soul I

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used to pray the hunter that night long, too long. Noah, Phil with the law of the Quran, a bird used to eat very, very little, you see very little.

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And all the wealth he had, he gave in the way of a lot as I told you before his father was a trade. Meaning I told you in the last that was his father was a trader. He left a lot of wealth, but all of it was pure. Remember how he inherited a lot of wealth from his father. But he would give a lot of it away in South Africa. And he would do mudaraba which is he would take on partners, he would be a sleeping partner financing the project, and the other person would take share of the profits for doing the labor and the business. So one partner, he

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he took 25,000 dyrham of mahali 25,000 dirhams. That's about 30,000 pounds now over 30,000 30,000 Sterling. So what happened is, he wouldn't pay it back.

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So some of the people said to me, ma'am, Hardy, why don't you go to the governor, and seek his assistance against him, so that he compels him to pay? Listen to the words of

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God, he says, I will not go to the government. Because if I go to him to write a report or a letter,

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to support me in my case against them, and be able to retrieve my money,

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they will have hopes in me that I will support them in what they need.

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And therefore, and these are the words of my mahadi I will never sell my Deen for my dunya

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so I will not go to them for help. I will never sell my Deen for my dunya so then he came to an agreement with him. Someone who owed him 25,000 Did you know what the agreement was? The agreement was that he will pay back 10 dirhams every month 25,000 you will pay back 10 dirhams every month.

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And the students say all 25,000 were lost. But it didn't mean a thing to remember how

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you would spend in the way of Allah. He was not attached to the dunya he inherited wealth, spent it gave it and charity said people look around at his hands a student again says when I say his students I'm referring to Mohammed did not be held at Mr. Rock.

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He was his one of his closest students are spent nights and days with them. So he says, One day a man will hardly want to learn he he slaughtered a cow and fed it to the people.

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Over 100 people gathered. We weren't expecting that many. So we went and bought hubs meaning bread. For three theorems.

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That's about four pounds. How many rupees or how many bread how much bread will come for four pounds. But he said Subhana Allah we fed the people we threw the bread on onto the spread for everyone. All of them ate, and there was still bread left.

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It was a sincerity, his piety. And a lot can be said about as a bother his sincerity, his work, his conduct his character.

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But we don't have much time. So I'll cut it short. Remember, how do you record the learning Unfortunately, despite all this respect, and reverence, and all that people held him in the steam that they held him in

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the dunya is the dunya and Fitness, Fitness.

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And nan sanaz meaning people are people.

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During those days, there was a theological

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controversy known as the controversy of the creation of the court.

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And it affected everyone to the extent that the abovesaid

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halifa or bus rulers were affected by it. And they try to impose this theological belief in this ideology on the people including the scholars. This is why I'm humbled, as well as many others were tortured and imprisoned. So during those days, this affected almost every part of

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It was everyday discussion for some people. So, highly recommend the law here today his view and I will inshallah add to some On another occasion, I will address this in some detail and explain some of the intricacies of this philosophical ideological question, but theological question as well, but not now. But remember how to recruit the law he had a he was of the opinion that some of the other earliest scholars like him and with them and handle any man with them in the area, vaguely his teachers, they were of the opinion that one should no one should just simply say that the Quran is the uncreated word of Allah. But the Quran is the uncreated speech of Allah and stop at that and not

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go any further do not Delve any further in any philosophical discussion of this topic. Eman hardier had to learn how to lay, he, Mr. Muslim and others of the younger generation, they were faced with different issues. And they were of the opinion that they wouldn't go around propagating this but when they were questioned about it, whereas Imam aquadome a humbling Imam within the yah, yah, yah vocally the old ones, they would stop, they wouldn't discuss it any further. Your Man will Hardy and others would provide an answer. And his answer was whenever he was questioned, that is the speech of Allah created or uncreated? His answer would be that the speech of Allah is uncreated, just like all

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the other scholars, senior ones. But if the question is went further and said, What's about

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because what had happened in those days when

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the ambassador cleavers tried to impose this view, that the Quran is the created speech of Allah.

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That was one extreme when that fitna was

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dealt with, and it was alleviated to some extent, unfortunately, some people went to the other extreme. So they began saying that everything is uncreated and eternal, so much so that not only is the speech of not only is the uncreated eternal speech of Allah, but even the ink and even the paper on which the or urn is written, that ink and paper is also uncreated and eternal.

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So they went to the other extreme. And this, these extreme views were not to be found. Well, the older scholars did not have to deal with them. Mm hmm. Hardly any man Muslim and others had to deal with them. I'll address this in detail on another occasion. So what happened is a man will highly recommend the lady along with others when they were questioned, and like the older scholars, they wouldn't hold they wouldn't stop. But if they were asked, well, the Quran is uncreated. But what about our recitation of the Quran? When we do tilava? When we vocalize when we give voice to the poor and our our sounds that emanate from our mouths, are they uncreated and eternal, or are they

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The other scholars wouldn't delve into this. Mr. McCarty, if pressed, he would reply by saying that Well, I'll tell you what he would say. So once when he went on the sidewalk,

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which is a modern day Iran.

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This was towards the latter part of his in the latter part of his life. Again, everyone gathered, Imam Mohammed Tamiya. vocally the amount of nicer was his teacher. He actually announced that tomorrow Mohammed didn't smile either Buhari is coming here. whoever wishes to go and receive Him and welcoming him to the city, then do so because I am going to go and welcome him into the city.

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People traveled out of the city to receive mumble hard to imagine 1000s came out to receive him. He arrived in the psych ward. He lectured on had ether before he lectured Muhammad who vocally told everyone that look, he has an opinion we have a different opinion. So he was of the opinion that we don't delve in this issue at all.

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Therefore, no one should go and ask mahadi any question which will compel him to give an answer which will divide us

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but people are people fitna has fit.

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When Mr. mojari came, everyone was gathered, someone stood up and said, mama, Denise, Mary, what do you say about

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the Quran? Is it the created speech of Allah or the uncreated speech of Allah?

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So remember how he said the uncreated speech of a lot? So what about our words? Are they created or uncreated? So remember how he turned away? He didn't answer. The man pressed on. He didn't end

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The man asked for a third time Mr. Mohan he didn't answer when you pressed him further. He then replied by saying, I look for an Oklahoma law he laid on the floor. Well files on a file in our file.

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That the Quran is the uncreated speech of Allah. And our words are from our deeds and our deeds are our own creation. That's all he said. And then the entire congregation erupted.

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In fury. People divided amongst themselves, some said, Look, he's saying that the Quran is our words are created.

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And others were saying No, he didn't say that people began arguing with each other. They were close to fighting in the machine. As a result of which responsible people drove everybody out. The mustard was emptied. Emanuel hardy had to leave. Then he was still in Mesa. Whoo. But word got to him that people are agitated, and even the scholars are agitated. So emammal hari Rahmatullah, he had to actually flee from me Sabu because he received words that made him fear for his life.

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Mm hmm. He fled a short while earlier they had received him in their 1000s. Now he had to flee the city. He was only accompanied by two students who are Muslim anymore.

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And they both three of them left. Eman Buhari went from the servile. He traveled which is modern day Iran. He traveled all the way to Ohara his hometown and home city. When he arrived in Mahara Allahu Akbar, people received Him. The people were glad to receive him. They received him they honored him, they went out to receive him in their 1000s. They showered him with dinars and Dylan's with gold and silver coins. He was received as a great scholar and for who he was, when he came into Mahara, the governor of Bihar holiday in the Yarra Valley. He wrote he sent word to Imam Bukhari he said, come and teach me in my palace. I want to hear how the throne

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So Mr. mojari Rahmatullah, he and he sent back word saying, I will not disgrace knowledge, I will not degrade or disgrace knowledge, by bringing knowledge to you, by carrying it to you, if you wish to listen to me, come to my house or to my machine. And if you do not wish to listen to me, and you do not even wish to come to me, then and you are displeased with me, then stop me from teaching so that at least I have an excuse before alarm the day of reckoning.

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So, the governor then also said fine, teach my sons, Emanuel hardy said the same thing they come to me, I won't come to them. As a result of which the governor, he became disillusioned and displeased with a man mahadi he agitated other scholars against him, the scholars of the court, he agitated them against a man Buhari, as a result of which a man Buhari had to flee the city of

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his own home city, fearing because the governor had banished him and he had agitated the public and the scholars against him. Remember how he fled from Bihar, and he left from Mahara. He traveled to some other continent, again in modern days, Pakistan. He traveled somewhere opened as he was on his way to America. And when he short while before he received news that the people of Somalia were divided into two parties. Now, half of them were saying we don't want Buhari in our city. The others were saying we want him to come. They were fighting and squabbling. So we'll hardly thought until the matter is settled. I will not go to summer.

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before summer can there was a village called Carlton, where his relatives lived in Malmo, Hardy and I had to learn he went stay with his relatives.

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As he was there, he was a month of Ramadan. in Ramadan he carried on with his brother and his worship. He was a lonely figure, Allahu Akbar.

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He made to Allah subhanho wa Taala after Isha Salah in Ramadan, one of his students says I heard him from behind, and he was praying to Allah and His words were alarm of dark alley and Robert Whitney lake. Now Allah, the whole earth despite its vastness has become narrow and restricted for me, therefore, a lot claim me unto yourself, Mr. Mohan, he prayed for that.

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Being who he was

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a lonely thing he prayed for death.

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And so it was a month of Ramadan, and the month had not ended. When Ramadan ended, the moon was cited. The announcement was made for EAD

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after motive salah and Atlantis

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Imam Bukhari received word from some of the people of summer on the call. They have settled their differences. And now they all wish to invite you. So come now, Caliban is just a few

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miles away from some of the sanctuary. He used to be regarded as one of the villages of similar and so Mr. Malhotra Larry was pleased. He got ready he put on his horse leather socks, he put on his robe. He wore his armor, and along with he told his students the few that were still with him, there is a come and he walked 20 paces before he fell ill and he could not continue any further he began to collapse. The students caught him he said, Take me back. They took him back, they laid him down on the bed. He sweated profusely, and then

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at night he passed away. That was on the night of his janazah. Salah took place the next day after the heart and He was buried in the corridor.

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One of the older man says that he was far away he said I saw a dream.

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And in that dream at night, I saw a dream in which I saw a sort of loss of the law while he was standing with his companion.

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So I asked him that sort of law, what are you doing?

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the dream I am waiting to welcome Denise married and

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that was a dream. The author then said that scroller then says that I then received the news of Mr. Hardy's death and when I checked the time, at night, it was the same time that I had seen the dream.

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After he was buried, like I said, people are people people came to his grave, and they began weeping, and doing boba meaning not boba has we know it's a they were seeking forgiveness Imam Buhari for the way they had treated him. He was too late. Emanuel Hari Rama delay was and buried in cotton. That was a memoir. He died in chawan, who was born in Georgia. Remember I said he was born in sure well

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194 Henry. He died at the age of 62 Luna years inshore wild on the first day of show while on the day of eat, the night of eat into 56 Henry and he was buried to help them. That's a brief sketch of the life of a man. The lady that is much more about him his genius, his work his relationship with the scholars, his travels, his piety, his sincerity, but I'll suffice with this. I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala enable all of us to understand, I I'd like to share something with you. I've been speaking with clarity and the importance of Synod. And the

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I've been mentioning heavy, heavy mahadi chains of narration. So

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I'd like to narrate this was a tradition while Mr. Would narrate chains, had eath with chains of narration. So what I like to do is narrate the first half of ether so he will be hardy to all of you with a complete uninterrupted chain of narration. And when I say uninterrupted, I mean from me till Emmanuel hardier, Abdullah had a similar sort of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the I have a number of chains but the uniqueness of the change of the chain that I am going to relate to you is that

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every single scholar in this chain didn't hear just one heady, but they heard the whole of the psyche of a man

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so entirely

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so I studied the whole of sekigahara hour alone he mentioned it once and for each scholar I mentioned he from he from he from but when I say he from he from I'm not talking about one already. I mean that that scholars that did the whole have said he will be hardy from his teacher and chaith and going back all the way to Malmo Hardy, so I studied the whole of so he horrible hardy with our shape Islam and Rahim Allah and he studied, he studied with and he had the whole of cerebral Buhari from his teacher of the defy to law

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of Delhi in India. He from his teacher, che called him mowlana. Moodle has been ignored. Deobandi he from his chicken teacher, maulana Qasim Mohammed bin Asad nanopi Rahim Allah He from his teacher Shaykh Abdullah honey even Avi sorry the machete, Rahim Allah. He from his teacher, Sham heard his heart, even Mohammed of the

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he from his grandfather, Shah Abdulaziz and

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We he from his father Shah Abdul Rahim

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Shah. Ahmed Abdul Rahim Allah Allah Louie. He from his shavei Imam Abu Taha Mohammed Ibrahim al Cody. Admittedly, he from his father Eman vorhandene. Ibrahim Hassan al Cody al Madani he from his shave, shave Sufi Eman Sophie Deen

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Mohammed Al Shashi, he from his shave, Imam Abu Muhammad Ali Shinobi he from his shave shamsudeen Mohammed, Remley he from his shave. Imam

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Abu Yahya zaccaria Mohammed Al Ansari, he from his shave the name which I've mentioned,

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an Imam ALLAH hafiz.

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She has been approved for the

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ad even as Kalani.

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He from his Shea Imam Abu Ibrahim in the movie, he from his shave, Imam Abdullah Ahmed Al hotjar. He from his shavei Imam Suraj Deen, Abu Abdullah Al Hussein of the Mubarak zbd he from his shave Eman moonwalk Abdullah Al Ebner Isa and haraway sudsy. He from his shave, Imam Abu Hassan Abdul Rahman Mohammed Buddha Bhushan Ji he from his shavei Imam, Abu Mohammed

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Al Mui, surrogacy

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and he from his Shri Imam Abu Abdullah Mohammed new use of material for robbery and he from our great in

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the immediate of Hadith Imam Abu Abdullah Mohammed

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al Jaffe Rahim Allah Who says had the thunder from a deal and de la habla Serbian. I had the finance of yam. Allah had the fun Are you able to see the new I'm sorry.

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Ebrahimi they meet you and know who sent me I'll come across in a pool submitted to Omar Abdullah tabela de la Weingarten member upon submitted to the sudo La la la la la he was suddenly you're all in America.

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We're in America unlimited MANOVA. from Canada to Isla dounia. You see baja Oh, in Rottingdean, Cara hirato, Illa Mahajan,

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that sort of law so the law it was some ultimate essays I heard

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the alarm on the member say, I heard the Messenger of Allah some of the law highly or some of them say

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deeds are only buying tension.

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And for each man is only what he has intended. So whoever,

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whoever's immigration and hedger is

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for the world to the world that he seeks to acquire, or to a woman that he seeks to marry then his hedra is to that which he has emigrated. So that's the first hadith of Sahaba hardy with a continuous uninterrupted chain from me as I have related to your telemon Buhari Rahmatullah he lay on wood sort of sort of last on the line, he was alum. And as I said, Every one of these scholars has studied the entire story of a man party with his teacher, not just one heavy and I studied it as many too for a whole year and our teacher, Chef Islam and have Rahim Allah. So this is the chain. Now, some people may say, I kept on mentioning that Louie, Louie, Louie, that, how come so many

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scholars are from India? Well, that will amount of Hadith even now. And researchers actually agree that one of if not the most complete and most authentic chain of Hadith is through the scholars of India.

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And it's not surprising, because if you don't have time, so I won't go through the earliest scholars. You heard a lot of there Louie, Louie from Delhi. But if you look at the chain backwards from Mr. McCarty to La Jolla, they they weren't from Makkah and Medina Emanuel Hardy was from Bihar, which is

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in Uzbekistan.

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Who did he relate the Hadith to the whole of Sahil Bihari Eman, Ramadan, the use of unfavourably he was from Florida, which is on the border of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Today, it's on the board. So Imam Bukhari I'll even tell you where they studied heading. So Imam Muhammad in the US have studied the whole of sahiwal Buhari three times, once in 248 hingedly.

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were, in fact, in on the border of modern day was Pakistan on tour.

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Minister. He studied in 248 with Mr. Mohali. He studied in 252 again with him. And he studied it for a third time over a period of three years and 253254 and 2551. year before the death of Mr. McCarney. Where did he study it in therapy, which is

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near the border of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Then Mr. Mohammed in the use of where did he relate and teach the whole book? Not in Makkah and Medina or Iraq or the mash or missile? He taught it in bush and

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and the one who narrated from him who did I say was Mr. Mohammed Abdullah, sorry, his name is Abdullah imaam Abu Mohammed Abdullah.

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So imaam Abu Mohammed Abdullah, a movie assassin, he studied the whole of Sahil Buhari from Mount Ferrari in Busan, and I'll tell you where that is. And his students imagine that would illusionary he was from Bhushan and he studied the whole of Sahil Buhari from Bhushan in bushland with his teacher. And the one healer rated it to, again the whole book to Eman about what I'm doing. Oh well, even Elisa and Harvey and Harvey because he was from Iraq in Afghanistan. And he studied the whole of Sahil Buhari in bush and so I won't go any further just these five Eman Buhari teaching Eman Farah preferrably teaching Imam Mui Mui teaching Imam that booty and I will be teaching Imam sudsy

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Allah Hardaway just these Imam Hari taught in fact up on the border of Turkmenistan and Afghanistan and all the others where did they study and teach in bushland? Do you know where Bhushan hit? is another learning style? And this is a town it's called zinda jam.

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That's unique. Imagine this, a town called zinda john in Afghanistan is where four generations of the greatest scholars of the narrator's of Sahil Bihari lived and taught

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and that's where the chain goes through.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala chose people from the whole

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Arabs, Indians Kurds. In fact, let me tell you this.

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Who's the most famous students of the mumble party that I've just mentioned Imam Muhammad in the use of Al farabi. He is the authority from Mr. Mohali. He had his own manuscript that he had heard from Imam Bukhari, the lady that has notes on

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that manuscript found its way to a famous scholar called Imam suhani. Many years later, centuries late. Imam salani worked on the manuscripts of Sahaba Hardy, and he was uniquely privileged in that he had with him along with other manuscripts, the original manuscripts of Muhammad in the use of alpha rabri that he had heard and recorded directly from him and Bahati with his notes on so mmm savani had that with him. And that's why many scholars were of the opinion that Imam ceylonese manuscript manuscripts that he will because he is the best. Why because he had access to the manuscripts of Muhammad in the use of fabri hoonah writes from him and

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do you know where your mom survived? He was from Lahore, Pakistan,

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in those centuries in the earliest centuries, so Allah subhanho wa Taala chose scholars from Delhi, as in the earlier part of our narration, from xinda john, as in the latter part of the narration, which is known as Bhushan. This is why the 20th Naruto China writers who Eman Abul Hassan Abdul Rahman

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a DA woo the Avaya Healy sorry a da de l Bhushan G is from Bhushan Bhushan today is known small town owners in the last panel what Allah chose scholars from Lahore from Delhi from zinda, john to preserve Buhari, one of the narrators below Imam assini. Do you know where he's from? Not from my chain, but he is one of the narrators, who has preserved he actually has a manuscript to say.

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Where you might have seen it is from from a seed which is on the Atlantic coast of Morocco.

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So xinda john in Afghanistan, Billy sea along the Atlantic coast of Morocco, Allah subhanho wa Taala employed everyone, Arabs, non Arabs, Persians, Turks, Kurds, Indians, F

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for the headman of the hadith of his Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so there is no surprise in that. I end the last panel

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with Allah grants dolphy the love of his Hadees and the love of the prophets and the love, I think most of them will last enable us to follow in the footsteps of these great scholars, not only in terms of knowledge, but especially in terms of conduct character manners and piety or some of the levels and the manner in the Vietnam home. He was signed here