Role Of Fiqh In Understanding The Quraan And Aḥadith

Riyadul Haqq


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elders, friends, colleagues and mothers and sisters in the stands

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allocated to me today

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for this evening's talk

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is the role of

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this is a very critical topic

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in our understanding and application of religion

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and how we go

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live in the sun and appliance

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in our lives.

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Without dance,

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non Muslim

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tissues the obligation

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to obey Allah and obey His messengers a lot like it or some of them are following the

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sea and holding the words of Obama words or some sort of a lot of it

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as being the very fancy

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and springhead

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and the foundation of his or her age,

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normalcy that that normalcy

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wrong of anyone to accuse a Muslim

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of not wanting to follow

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or not wanting to follow a line as a source of a lot of radicalism. I say that because unfortunately,

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such accusations are bad. And without further study of the question or the muscle up in hammer, and tongs people are accused of abandoning the abandoning

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of not following the words of a lark is a source of love, love.

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People are often accused of following the opinions of an individual or a man

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and not the teachings of a lot of headaches.

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So we'll be wrong for anyone, whether the loads who are accusing up, we ourselves whether we also keep

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Others, or others accuse us regardless who is willingly accusing, and who the victims of this accusation are. It's wrong

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to accuse someone of deliberately trying to abandon the arm and abandon the some of lawsuits.

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Simply because we disagreed.

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Especially if they are relying on alternative evidence

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of course, if someone is blatantly

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gone against the words of Allah, Allah

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and quite openly

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and very flouncing manner, dismissing the words of the lungs of the law,

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not on the basis of alternative evidence from the police themselves, but rather, for other reasons. And that's a different story.

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But going back to what I was saying, we all accept. And this is what we believe about all Muslims, that every Muslim man and woman wants to obey the law. And

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he or she wants to follow the worst of the worst.

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And therefore,

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we accept that ourselves and everyone else, that we all hold the words of the love of the web that is

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them as being paramount. And we view them as being the foundation of our religion. This goes to us.

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So we all want to

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know the dance after the seasons. But the biggest question is,

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how do we actually go about following?

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And that's what we hear.

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Is it possible

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to simply read the wealth of alarms or some sort of alarm array, or some of them, read the Koran or translation, read all that translation

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and controller on Sunday,

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of these two primary sources of our religion, and apply our interpretation, and our understanding of the belief in our lungs is really possible to do that.

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All the way from the earliest time So today,

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some of the alarm,

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those who follow

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the clear majority of the

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the unanimous position of the entire

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that words, their actions, their teachings, that approach to religion, that approach and some are even applying and exerting it. All of the above suggests, that's simply not a person cannot just read the Quran, and read the heavy direct and come to a correct understanding,

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let alone a correct application of their religion.

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Let me give you some examples. So how to be interested in some

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This is where the fit comes in.

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Thick, it's very important, it cannot be denied. Fit.

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Literally, linguistically means understanding.

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That's the original meaning of

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the meaning of fit in the, in this context, the technical terminological meaning of fit. The meaning of fit in the context of an assertion is

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the deriving of laws of the teachings of the

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from the primary sources. inshallah, we'll understand more as we discuss for the next hour or so.

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But fit literally means understanding and he means you may have heard various translations of the word fit, but can be transferred

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Ladies it has been Islamic law,

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the understanding of the primary sources of asylum.

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Fit has also been translated as Jewish.

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All of these meanings are valid.

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And meaning that I wish to convey effect today in the context of our discussion, the role of thick in understanding of what it is as follows, that we cannot say,

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directly or directly, without resorting to various means, mechanisms, methods, and even without referring to the understanding and the interpretation of other people.

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All the way from the alarm, who talks about

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knowledge, let's look at the holy bomb itself,

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even more than the

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Muslims, that

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is the foundation,

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the fountainhead, the springhead, the orange, the source of our religion, no one wants to proceed. But how can you actually read and understand that

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there are those who suddenly

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detach from the Koran, and they refuse success, the validity of the heading. They refuse to accept that there is a primary source in Islam in religion.

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And they argue that beforehand to grant alone, alone, and only they can tell you what

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was obligatory or optional insert.

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And we often hear arguments being made.

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And the evidence being put forth, that

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lead to, in that case, we don't accept.

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It's only

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it's only if

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it's something obligatory.

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And suddenly, this trend is actually on the rise. And more and more people are arguing, obviously, there are various influences. But more and more people are arguing that we should detach the anything else from the poor, and the poor and should take them as a primary source of understanding and applying religion.

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But even this is fundamentally thought

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it's inherently harmful. In fact, it's self defeating.

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Because that will reduce most of religion

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to something which absolutely means

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the very people who say that we shouldn't accept that we should have what the truth is, they themselves cannot constitute their religion, they do not build up their own religion as they practice it from the

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last panel data tells us to pray

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for the manner and method of prayer are not contained in the

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they are not.

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In fact, quite clearly, and categorically, without any ambiguity.

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Without any

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ambiguity. It's very, very difficult to even establish the obligation of the five prayers from the holy book.

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And then times,

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nowhere in the entire arm does Allah subhanho wa Taala stipulated five prayers,

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nowhere in the entire order.

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The word find is never mentioned in conjunction with the word prayer or even in the context of prayer.

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Not whatsoever.

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The terms of prayer, without ambiguity,

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clearly and categorically, are not established on the holy war.

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Wondering that, no, there are some verses that speak about the times of prayer. For the truth is, I did say without ambiguity without reservation, without deceit. The reason is because those ways is that sweet right?

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that you must

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use fake photos

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is the crack of dawn.

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He was fine

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the beginning of the beginning of time, there is no such mention the entire order. And therefore, it's still ambiguous. It's still unclear to some extent. This is for those people who argue that the pronouns alone will be a source of understanding and application. So let's take the first fundamental of religion, prayer, even the prayer, that of course, there's a general obligation of prayer, but the times of prayer, the man of prayer,

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the time the sun, the fall in the month of prayer, none of these are mentioned anywhere.

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The foreground handgun apparently, what do you

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how do you pay nothing much. So, the most he learned from the holy war and categorically

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without some ambiguity, is the established choir.

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And Firstly, there will come a time when people will say, indeed, the Quran doesn't tell you how you have to actually pray. The only say you should pray.

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Originally just meant supplication or prayer, and prayer in any form, you could raise your hands and pray to Allah, you could whisper a few words and create online, you can silently meditate at the end of the day, and praise Allah, you don't have to actually go through the spiritual and this motion of Iran is insane, they were citing by a stranger. You don't have to go through our ritual.

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You have to actually read some are in the center, trust me, a time will come is going to come. And we are already seeing signs of this when people will begin to argue that there's no such thing as an amass a sliver of streams, and that's important and this is a major innovation. And the truth is, we will be fulfilling the obligation of planning by any method, even though it may simply be suddenly meditating at the end of the day, lowering your head, talking to Allah whispering a few words or even silence meditation and the fulfill the obligation of Salah, which originally means even with the means, simply prayer will have been for.

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So, you cannot even get salami

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tells us we all every obligation of remaining pure

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even before we move on,

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the complete obligation of remaining sages purity inform us, as we know it.

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We do not understand from the whole Emperor

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the words

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be extremely pure, but the manner in which a purification CFG even before credit cannot be ambiguous, and categorically undisputedly some some

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sense of setting a few rules of mention segment first thing a few rules are mentioned.

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it's surprising that the people who aren't

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alone be a source of understanding an application of religion, then themselves cannot constitute their religion. They build up their religion, as they themselves some standards apply today from the poor man's.

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So he was asked,

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Do you qualify? Today? This is supposed to be praying religiously five times a day. What do you pray? How do you understand the obligation of praying five times a day? How do you fix your arms? Can you prove it from the holy book? That would say no. So why do you do that? Why bother praying in this manner? What's your evidence? What's your proof for praying in the summer at these suspect times? And then finally, well, this is what I've been doing all along. So today was Pamela when it suits you

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We must only refer to me holding for when you cannot find the evidence

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that says, Well, this has always been the customer in the tradition of the Muslims from the beginning of

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another way of looking at this is that how can we actually understand the whole world? What can people do? for animals, it should be understood the Chinese language just by reading the Arabic.

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Again, a categorical man, saving American lives must be a lot more informative man. He destroyed the whole people, and said that the

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ease of understanding the first

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and this is

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the alarm the man who whose titles as many titles, including the title,

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one don't demand

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the solar and sage of the entire

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and the thermometer of the holy water. And that label wasn't given to him by a few individuals. That label was given to me by a spell companions as a young age, and the province of Southern places mobile hand on the head of Himalayan mountain bustle, you're loving them and pray for him simple love, that we love, that we would love to teach in the meaning of the interpretation of the holy book. That's why exclusively and why you need that amongst us, hello.

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So you're gonna have a lot of the above are, in my hand, the title and the honor of being described as the man or the interpreter of the Holy Quran, and has been the same

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as being the expert

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amongst companions of the alarm, which mean, good luck with your life, he saw the slides

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in terms of

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the first category, the lowest

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that the first

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is that everybody will understand these verses this section, these portions of the holy book, the first three and the fourth first portion of the Quran, against what he read is in Arabic, but whether you read the translation, verses such as a lot of also getting most medical leaders do this, don't do this, when the lawsuits that we saw in the form of profits,

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or lawsuits and give the graphic description and detail of life, the death of gentlemen, gentlemen,

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everybody can sign this scientists, then there's another category.

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The second category of the owner.

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The second portion of the program is only understood by those who are familiar.

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Not only just familiar, but those who are familiar and quite fluent,

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and burned in the Arabic language. That means even amongst the arrows, there will be those who

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cannot understand

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portions of the Quran verses belonging to the second text.

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Despite being error, because the understanding of the second portion, second category of portions of the program requires a much more refined and a much more expert understanding of the Arabic language, can we see that the English is what

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most people would like to see and believe of themselves that my

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language skills are good.

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However, pick up a book, even in the English language,

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which is

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it doesn't have to

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reach that stage of being technical yet, but just the language is very flowery, poetic, very eloquence, the vocabulary, the slight Vance

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of that book to someone who relatively advanced in the English language, and they might struggle to read and understand such books, even though they're not technical. It may just a simple prose, and it may be to do with everyday life. But you can not understand that sometimes people need a medium novel and they may not be able to then send an entire chapter sorry, an entire house.

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But not because it's technical, but because of the language and the vocabulary. So the same thing, I busted the alarm, that second portion of the board, that can not be understood,

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unless the person is well versed, and quite advanced and proficient in the knowledge of the Arabic language. And then so you can have a lot of your essays, but there is a third category. And the third category

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is those portions of the

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Even if you are well versed and proficient, and maybe even a poet and an expert in the Arabic language, you cannot understand those portions of the forearm, unless you are solid, with thick with understanding with technical expertise and a very profound knowledge. And then he says, there is a fourth category containing those verses on the on the last panel with the Allah knows naturally.

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I described four categories and four portions of the hobby.

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Now, let us look at some of those kind of person.

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I'm not even talking about the English translation here, we're talking about the Arabic language, especially for that.

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So then,

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Arabic is very different. So the heroine of the whole thing what

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it says

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one foreign

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language today has been broken into many different dialects.

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Many colloquial dialects, all across the Arab world.

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extent that sadly,

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some parts of the Arab world cannot even understand let alone speak, they cannot even understand the governments of other parts of the Arab world.

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There are various

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people who like to call in for an introduction of new dish. And some of these Arab countries

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need dictionaries for colloquial language.

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And they are calling for these dictionaries to introduce them to give them a name, not on the Arabic language, but to be given the name of a dictionary for the local language, ie the Arabic has changed and developed and morphed into some, another violent, and almost another language that people are calling for dictionaries to get introduced not with the name of the Arabic language, or with the name of the new local dialect is a completely new language.

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Even the literal Arabic That is written and read and broadcast, often known as MSA, Modern Standard Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic differs a lot from

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a classical Arabic of the holy book,

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without dance,

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and anyone who suggests that you can just learn Arabic, and then understand that thoroughly and fully is asleep.

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Even the slightest, the nuances, the

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the memories of the Modern Standard Arabic language are all very different.

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And forget as today also, today, you still have to be a scholar of a proficient scholar of the Arabic language to be

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And let's move away to Modern Standard Arabic. Let's go back all the way to the time of revelation to the time of the Sahaba.

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Is that was there? Has there ever been anyone more accomplished, more capable, and in the better position to understand the

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power of the majority? Has there ever been any?

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Would anyone argue that but the people most concerned with noble companions of the silver linings?

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No one can argue that, why?

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First of all, that wasn't such a great tradition. Of course, there was still a tradition, but it wasn't widespread. It wasn't prolific. There was not a widespread and prolific tradition of writing and reading amongst the arrows. They lie on Mary that was more oral and the verbal tradition.

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So there's a lot more in between. They did not have

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Have in that time, this distinction that we find in many languages around the world of distinction and difference between the written word and the

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left sometimes the language head?

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I'm sure we would all agree, unless you tell me otherwise. That's the language that you see every day, in your homes and workplace.

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In your social gatherings, with your children, with your families, amongst friends, in a very casual, relaxed manner, is that the same language that's actually printed, and read and broadcast? and exchanged? formally? Is it? Is that the same song? Is it or is there a difference between the written word and the sovereign word without? That's true all over the world for English language, it's true almost for every single language course, the variation, and the difference about the difference between the written word consultant will vary from language to language. But almost all languages suffer from this difference in session between software and

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classical Arabic did not even I have

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a classical Arabic.

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At the time, it was so pure

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that the holy war man was actually with video in the same language that they spoke amongst themselves. The language word for word style for style

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that the children saw amongst themselves was playing on the streets

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and running around their tents on their campus.

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The language

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that the Arabella shared in their nights camps and in the deserts, the language of both love and anger between friends and family members between silences the parents and children,

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the language of their table swear

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the language,

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the language, the informal, relaxed social gatherings,

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the language of that poetry, all of this was identical. And the whole metaphor and was revealed in that same language, exactly the same

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he learned from his daughter, one day, he learns from his wife, that his daughter have something a lot

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along with the other wives of the Prophet, some of the lighting

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in the wind,

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jealousy rivalry, and in that relationship between the husband and the wife, sometimes that would seek to the province of the law

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in a manner which set

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the alarm be inappropriate.

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One day, when he learns from his wife,

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she said,

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the ICG like this, your daughter seems like this to the prophets of Allah.

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And so do the other ones. Say that our model the alarm, immediately said in that case, she has perished. And he immediately left the home and went to the pastor's daughter, the alarm,

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addressing his daughter is said to her in Arabic.

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He entered the home and he said Oh, perhaps time and time again I have OMG do not speak to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appropriately, you and the otherwise you are not careful and you're not cautious about having to address the holy messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is a prophet of Allah.

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And he just said this as a farmer advice his daughter in anger in passion, quite naturally. And spontaneous. saving a lot of the alarm said to his daughter

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with the word

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in bola when a new billable

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hour done. So think about that. What I've got is that I'll have some it's highly possible that if he divorces you, then it is more effective to some of the learning some of the love reading books that

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will replace him.

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All of you with wives, who are fathers,

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who will be beginning

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who will be

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who will be hands

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on who will be worshiping and it'll be

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dark, the balance will be repentance.

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Son, who will be

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the Bank of God, both previously married, as well as previously unmarried,

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just spoke very spontaneously And naturally, passion and his anger and concern for the welfare of his daughter in parts of his advice. And then he left

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the last panel down a short while later,

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while delivering a warning to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, specifically to sharpen the alarm, and also in general to all of the lies in sort of a loss of a job as part of his advice. And this morning, he revealed a verse of the holy war. That was a very big tin word for word lesson for lesser quotation of the advice to save.

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Imagine what

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some Tennessee as a passionate please his daughter, a lot of them have to reveal those words exactly word for word, or letter verbatim in the Holy Quran.

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And that's

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I related to history illustrate that the natural language of everyday I was the language of the holy book. That's exactly.

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So there was no distinction between the written word and the spoken word, what they spoke,

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tense in the hobbies, between friends between children, that is exactly the language.

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Now, who was better? Who was better suited? Who was more capable of understanding the

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standards always? Or do they have to refer to some of the long running or some of them? And this leads us to that crucial question? Could they

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directly? Or did they have to resort to violence? Did they have to refer someone else?

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Of course, they could not.

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directly, they despite their knowledge on their Arabic language, they have to refer to the province of the llama in numerous occasions, on numerous occasions.

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Give you an example.

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Once eating or fasting, and when to stop eat and when to begin the fast. A lot of

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eat and drink, continue to eat and drink

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the one thread

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visible and

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two from the bathroom.

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Then when that happens,

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complete your class told them.

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happened on the alarm was

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the language.

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He kept me informed the proper sort of alarm it was

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in order to determine when I should stop eating, drinking. And when I first begin my class, what I did is I took two friends, one blackflame, and one wife left. And this report is intended authentic narrations.

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And then I place them on my

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front lines,

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saw enough lines until there was enough lines for me to be able to distinguish between the black flag and the white flag. So it was sort of the silence. And so already, that is not the meaning of the verse

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in the resolve of the American Bar, in that case, TV your Pelosi vote very wide, because that's not what a lot of versus and then

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explain that the white thread

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refers to the white thread of the crack of dawn and not the one that runs

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alongside but the one that runs horizontally across the sky, not cracked.

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font stone, but at the crack of true door, a white thread that spreads across the horizon horizontally, and the bottom line is to use normal arms and emotion in this manner. And then explain that this is the original, this is the true meaning and the correcting standard of the first day the beam a lot of people are gonna say that must have been an infection, or even happened when the alarm was a very senior,

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very learn, very poetic, and was.

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And yes, he could not understand the verse

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refer to the

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or so learned some poetic. So that was in his own right. He was famous in terms of dreams. And a poet, extremely adamant wants to destroy his wants, there was a right

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my pain, one of the lines of the poem still alive, someone came, and she began abusing

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sole purpose of the law degree from the contest and allowed them to continue. And he motions to only show that you can reply to her, I'll give you that chance. So

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that he

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said whatever she wanted to

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learn how to find, and should silence So the prompt some of the comments on the app of this contest me.

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After all, she is the doorstop.

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The nationals the

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of the alarm, who was renowned for this, the ability to

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say the same signal from the alarm

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was asked by someone. That's

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the whole paper and

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now we are on number five is foods.

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the alarm for some reason did not know the meaning of

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we sang

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we don't send the meaning of

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a three letter word,

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a three letter word above

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the law.

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Was it like some of us venture today? In my opinion, I think I believe my understanding my introduction, my research, no, this was

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the first belief of the Muslims, the father in law sort of love some of

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the most towering figure amongst the companions, and the greatest Muslim without exception without doubt, and undisputedly after I saw them last a lot It was one of them, say you know, what are the alarms reply was, are you?

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What are you doing? In

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that no matter which one will show to me and which then if I speak about the holy grail Amsterdam polish.

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Despite his knowledge, proficiency in Arabic, is pervasive nature and his opens, he unbaptised some occasion did not know what we're

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another occasion,

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both late in nursery from Central America live and so there'll be a blogger who says, but when the verse of the holy man

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when the verse

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was revealed by Ross cannibal without the words, far from seeking them out of the London School that'll be a lot shorter than it was

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when the verse

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was revealed to

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me this whole time heavily and it became a burden upon the believers. Why? What is

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the meaning of the verses last season, the holy book

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those who have

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believe this and who have not illuminated in their faith, the boom with volume with injustice and with wrongdoing, because that's the original medium of vote, although commonly we believe today's new oppression originally means elements of injustice. In fact, not even just in justice boom means wrongdoing.

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reveal those who have been even who have not deleted their faith with them with wrongdoing, then these are the ones

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who shall have security.

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These are the ones who are on guided. So when the session revealed, the lightning was

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shocked, I

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mean, this became very unbearable and difficult upon the believers. Mahalo said

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who amongst us is not wronged his soul? Who amongst us is not permitted around

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who amongst us has not been unjust to himself? So they all went

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to one or two people that were concerned about this verse? No.

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sharper than me this fall down heavily upon the Muslims uses a plural. So they bind to the pockets of the body. And this is

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a must have revealed this

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Those who have been contaminated their faith with wrongdoing these are ones which have security, and these are the ones who are rightly guided are prophets of Allah.

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Who is that Moses was not wrong consult? So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, No, this is not what a language reference. This is not what alarm means. Have you not read the verses of the holy book?

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Well, Mark quotes, Look man, advising his son

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when he was young Maria Miller, in the middle of a lien on my son, do not ascribe any partner or associate anything with a law. In our being indeed, idolatry is a great injustice. And it's a great wrongdoing. And so, loss of muscle a lot.

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This is the room that alarms referring to me.

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Those who believe that who have not contaminated their faith will ship with idolatry, than these are the ones who have found guidance. These are security. And these are the right guidance.

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How to comfort and control all of the Muslims and explain to all of them that collectively, your understanding of a simple word in a single verse of the Quran was incorrect. It took the Messenger of Allah to clarify for them and to explain.

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I guess we could go on but just these three incidents should explain should prove categorically

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that even the some of the above

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in the hole is what they have to resort to the authority and the interpretation and the explanation for several months of the law.

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Despite the Arabic that proficiency in the Arabic language and their elements and their intelligence and ability, they could not rely on their own understanding and interpretation of the holding. What are some common law if that what if this was the case with the hub of

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the alarm, despite their eloquence and their language, and their proficiency in Arabic and SlideShare in exactly the same language as the holy what can we imagine us today with our deficient understanding, and with our poor language skills,

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reading the Quran directly, whether it's been in Arabic or in an all in in a language in another language to translate some language and actually understanding and interpreting and applying the arm properly and correctly. Of course, without that,

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it cannot be done. Furthermore, we have to understand the manner in which support was revealed to them and was sent down to us

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if loss of data which allows us

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to come up with the alarm

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in a book form.

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In fact, this is what the people of Arabia were demanding. For a while we're demanding

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that reveal a breakdown of book form.

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A book

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But we've been such whose covers we can feel, bring down a book from the heavens.

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On paper within with a bound covers a boat that we can touch and feel.

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The people of British demanded this when

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the people in the book demandingness it's

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summer, and the People of the Book demand from you, they ask you that you bring down a book for them from the heavens. So all people, the price, the payment arrows, the people of the book, they all demanded that the proper sort of alarm it will send them not suffice in response

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to them, but to actually bring them a book in book form could equal paper and bound by others. That was a demand your last handle without I've never seen to their demands a lot of us to do some

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banking with us.

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last panel without I had a plan in mind that you revealed accordingly. And what was that plan? That plan was to reveal the program through a chain of transmission, a chain of narration through a chain of authorities so that it could be passed down reliably, properly in the correct manner.

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And so Allah subhana wa tada did not even reveal the program directly to the Prophet Mohammed sala

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de nada, he did not reveal directly to the Prophet.

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He revealed through revealed it through the medium of

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even the first verses, however, they revealed.

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Last handle without a cap, the province of the law, it was set up in a massive

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house, revealing

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his dream now props, alarm and even some momentum, the man's plans.

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he meditated and worshipped and praise Allah in the case of hero, eventually, when to leave any sample Sam came to him, did he just say Allah? Allah has revealed this book to you? No, he said to him.

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We will elaborate on it related to these points at the beginning of his book, province alarm, it was replied man at a party. I'm not wanting to read 200, the Prophet sallallahu it was some question, the word for the province of the law, it was set apart in the head, he kept

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until he set up with some around took me to the limits of my endurance until I would not tolerate or batteries anymore when he released me. And then he said, read answer. I'm not wanting to read to be late. Again, he hugged me and crushed me. Took a sense. And so then it's a mind yours. And then he released me and said, read, I said, I'm not going to read. And he did this three times. Eventually, when he released him, he said, read, and then he couldn't tell you couldn't wait for the little alarm. I didn't know something to reply, that

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I cannot read. What should I read it categorically told him read the Quran?

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Allah, Allah, Allah.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam miraculously began reading.

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You know, the tradition of Islam is not to read not to learn simply by reading books.

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And relying on books directly. Or even to just read, forget the whole

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lead on the

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example. Some people may find it surprising that we have children in the mother of signs. And these children sit in front of the teachers. And the teacher says to them,

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read, redesigned mean to you and handle in love here or below the mean.

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And they have they objected to this. Instead, look at these.

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In this modern day of technology,

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science age, the computer age, the space age, the age of nanotechnology, the age of artificial intelligence in this day and age, you still have these rulers teaching Muslims in a medieval manner. They make the children sitting in front of them. And then the teacher says Lila he or bill

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and the child says I'll handle the bill. Why don't they progress in advance? Why don't use more interactive methods? Why not keep pace with advancing technology and get rid of this medieval method? Do you know that's exactly the way it should

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Audio learns with the teacher in a discreet pair compared to a child, but the way the manner in which that memory is imparted, and that teaching is conducted, that's the manner in which she

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received the whole report. And if you don't believe me, her blood vessel the alarm relays

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that the alarm was suddenly when he would receive the revelation from Julian Salatu. Salam, the possible alarm system would quickly read whilst

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someone was reading. So the province of the law it was seven would read was Jimmy was reading and then Abdullah

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demonstrated to the companions and students that the province of the law minister was reading exactly as I read to you. And then

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the Alomar nkhoma began reading under his breath.

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Just using his lips, to demonstrate the manner in which the promise of the law it was read. And that's exactly how he did it was really so that was that was really the purpose of the lunch we'll quickly read along with him under his own breath. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, the prophet, some of the law might even send them as is mentioned in the Holy Quran, like heavily be the son of a bit in adding

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a lot of sage to the province of the law, or prophet of Allah, do not move your lips, do not move your tongue, so that you may make haste with the Quran. Now,

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don't worry, you will not lose.

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I'm just paraphrasing. This isn't the translation, I'll translate it again. But the meaning is up to the law, we know that you are very eager to see preserved in your heart. But all prophets of Allah, do not make haste in following the recitation of

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a fear of losing. Don't worry, let's read, you don't have to follow him in his reading along with him in the field that will save you and you will lose the words and you won't be able to preserve before and in your heart not will profitable love that.

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Do not move your time with them so that you may need help.

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indeed it is upon us, it's our obligation duty to gather the Koran IE in your hearts.

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And it is our duty to recycle.

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So when we read the program, meaning when Jim Lee

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has read the program on my behalf to you,

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when we have read the program,

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that you follow the recitation of Jimmy in that manner,

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Sam would read he would teach an alarm reading or someone would listen attentively once you begin a

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recitation than the purpose of the learning, recite that that's the manner in which the Holy messengers of the alarm it will suddenly receive an immediate medium through a teacher

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through a chain of transmission, and then the province of the law, even some of them did exactly the same with this body of law. He taught

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the whole important however, it wasn't just the words that he taught them. What does the law say here, like can be the son

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law doesn't say you preserve your heart and then leave everybody to know Allah says, It is our duty to collect on your heart and have a duty to recycle. And then when we have recited you folks recitation from making marilena banana, that indeed is a pump as it is an obligation duty upon us to explain and clarify that for you. So the only have the words come from Allah subhanho wa Taala. But the meaning and the translate the meaning and the interpretation and the understanding of the Holy Quran has also come from a loss of a gentleman in conjunction with the words both the words and the meaning of the text of the book, as well as its interpretation have come from Allah subhanho wa

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Taala. And not even directly to the Prophet, some of the learning was around the need

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to perform some of the lighting and the fungibility. So that was around to these cover the line from them, not just the books distributed to everyone, all and sundry for them to read and stand alone under the direct care monitoring supervision, the teeth an inch and the mentary of teachers of learned solids.

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This is how the tradition of Islam of learning Islam has continued till this day. This is why a lot

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of the time what I mean isn't the moon,

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the moon,

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profitable learn, you will not want to recite. So you will not want to read books

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or to write with your right hand before this meaning you are less.

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If that was the case and those who wish to spread, Foxton would have surely down to the authenticity of the foreign men.

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But what

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is a collection of verses where in books now that the author in the person's in the hearts of those people who have been given knowledge in Islam has come down, not so much from book to book, but from heart to heart. And that's why

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when he met the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he didn't just say, read thrice.

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And say the reason is, so then the knowledge from Allah subhanho wa Taala, that GDP surplus land carrying conveyed from the heart of God relates to the heart of

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it. That's why he hugged him thrice before he imparted to him, the first verse, the holy

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messenger subdivision learning, standard traditional learning, it becomes quite clear that you cannot just read the whole beforehand by itself in isolation, whether it's in Arabic or in translation and understanding correctly. No, that is, we have to resort and refers to the interpretation and the explanation from Allah subhana wa, tada has been passed down through

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along with the text, and that's what was how about the alarm did and that's how they conveyed it to us as the alarm didn't just stand on, they lie on the teaching of a sort of lots and lots of people, some of them. Now, this leads us to the second part, which is okay when he said that he must be uncertain in conjunction with the whole

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and not being in isolation and detached from everything else. But why do we need to progress any further while?

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Surely not sufficient,

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if the plan is not complex, and if the words of the last panel data cannot be answered, even though they are only approximately 6000 verses? And how can one

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lump sum the lump it was suddenly when there are 1000s upon 1000s, of heavy

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happen wandering, strung the words of a single last,

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present means

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a refined and derived understanding of the

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if one cannot establish the prayer, from the holy book, by itself, how can you do

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it, the knowledge is scattered everywhere. Furthermore, let me tell you something else is very important. The truth is, you know, when you come across a lie, even though it may be authentic,

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that heavy ultimately is

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one person's narration

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from another individual, from another individual, from another individual from a companion from the School of Law, some of them aren't even some of them.

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mother in law, who is the most senior? Now, things get a bit technical, because obviously, we've been discussing

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my mother,

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who was one of the most senior moms of heavy

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in America

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was one of the first people to come back and compile.

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This book is known as the wall.

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Shopping he

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would say that the most authentic book after the book of Allah

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is the most powerful.

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Well, that was because

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they have not yet seen saleable highly

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produced, but now, the thing is, of course, yes. But genome contains a hold of water.

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contains the whole of the board part of your family.

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So it's a bit strange to argue that the most amount of money is not the most authentic book after the book of love. But those authentic book after the book of Allah when actually more forms part of the book.

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Mr. Murray, people know they had many sheets, and the recording related to his model. And in total,

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as part of his model, he has only approximately 700 narrations, and he stretched out directly from him with an uninterrupted chain and fenced off transmission to the sort of loss of the law. The number is approximately 700. And because he had so many solid neratinib from him, the versions vary, but in essence, they are approximately 700. Those 700 narrations have to be found in harmony itself.

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So one could argue that the moral argument money is the most authentic book after the book of Allah.

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And then added to the argument, money, which is contained in

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the other half, are also the most authentic

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operations that we have, after the bulk of the last round.

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So it my mother,

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who was terrorists, who had

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the most, one of the first books on collections,

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my mother

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would say, that

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is more beloved to us and better in our view, than one from one

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gentleman that means.

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This means that when you have

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and this is my mind himself,

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imagine nothing related to me,

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from a boy

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from the province of Milan, even something

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that is an uninterrupted chain of transmission, and he come in on Monday to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not related to me from Abdullah

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he was one of them, people are there in this chain of narration, one

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relating from one of the line number three. So, this is what he means on the one hand you have any

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related from one person raised from one person above.

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On the other hand, I have the practice of the people of Medina.

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All the people of Medina, scholars and legacy alike, they all adopt a certain practice this is known as the armor of the people of Medina, the convention and the habits of the people of Medina.

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Now, this one single narration apparently contradicts the practice of all of the people of Medina, which of the two Should I take.

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And that's why my monograph of Aladdin stays 1000 from 1000. Because ultimately, when people relate appliances and continue a practice and invention and habits, then they are inheriting that practice from those above them. And not one person, I'm not sure, if the entire city of Medina was inheriting a certain practice, let's say a manner in which to praise Allah. So 1000s of people in the city of Medina, latency and leaders and scholars alike, were all imitating and inheriting a certain practice from those above them from those above them. Ultimately, that is an array and assembly is also integration. But since these is from one person, from one person, but the people the practice of all

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of Medina is a practice that has been arranged and transmitted by 1000, from 1000, from 1000, or 1000s, from Pharisees. So America, I'm not even saying that the practice of the people of Medina is direct to them single report, even though that report may be extremely authentic, and in order to understand that, imagine all of you here on this island.

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If you traveled from here and it goes, goes to another country

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and he relates but all of the people have

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they do things in this way.

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Or the people, they do things in this way.

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And this is what doesn't just relate, everybody does. But he says, I went to the island. And one person informed me that his father said this to him or his teacher said,

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one person on one purse. Imagine if that person then comes here, and seas, everybody else.

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61 minutes, I've been informed by this reliable person

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who related from his teach, who he thought was extremely reliable, that this is the case many years ago. And this is what everybody needs. However, the person says, that's one single narration, what I'm witnessing, and what everybody is reporting,

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in practice is complete something else altogether. This is the practice of the people of the city. What should I take? Should I rely on a single report from one person from one person? Or should I rely on the practice as is transmitted by 1000s? across the city, that's exactly what my mother told me. They did not just say my Molly all across the Muslim world. This is what the Sahaba your lover, and the students you love that are included. This is where this is where I came from thick was built the understanding of Islamic law and the interpretation of Islamic law and jurisprudence. All of this was recorded in books and documenting not because of one person's narration from another person

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from one other person. But this was all documented according to the prevalence practice on all of the people of the 60s. That's why the thick of the man was

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contrary to widespread opinion wasn't just the opinion of a man who loved the thick of marble can infer that the Hanafi Fiqh is actually the fact and the practice of the people of all of Iraq. and Iran was the main capital, and the main area and regional the sonic Empire at the time, or the practice of the main cities of Kufa on a bus

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and then eventually of Boston, and of all the people of Iraq, that became that evolved into the document of hanafy effect, as we see it today. So if you had one report, he says that all the profits of the law it was some of them did this or praying or practice in a certain way, and that's reported by one person and then reported by another person. Why happened this one single trance one single narration is contrary to the popular practice of the Hanafi effect on the following the opinion of one man No, the reason is that this practice of praying or doing something in a certain manner has been documented based on the practice of all the hula, and all the leaving demands, and

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all the meeting students of the summer

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in the hope of Iraq, in the cities of busca, and gufa, and eventually, but that for me, principally who found,

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found 1000s of seller, the alarm, the meetings about the alarm or even move to get up. If

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the alarm transferred, the whole Sheila from Philippines will know what to

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He established the city of hufa, it was established under his rule and command, and he said

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eventually, Kufa was populated by

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approximately 1500.

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Other all their practice across the whole city was documented by their machines, and eventually their CDs. And this evolved into and developed into the Hanafi fit as we understand it, this was the same with the money, the money if it wasn't the opinion of him and money from a rather amount of money, Murray records, and history has documented what they witness has been the widespread practice of all of the people of the city of Medina. In this way, this is how fit eventually developed.

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We've run out of time, and I'll end here, but the lesson is that ultimately, we can not understand the lead directly just by reading them in the Arabic or by depending on their translations, rather than on the Hadees

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This is raw information, the raw information needs to be processed and refined. And that's what fit is thick. Is it the eventual refined and distilled version of information that is readily accessible and understandable to all people? How do you pray Salah, you won't be able to find out from the bomb directly, you won't be able to gather that information yourself. Or even as a whole group from the collection of

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random, we have to rely on that for what we have for that we have to rely on the experts. And the experts will distill all of that information, refine it, and they will simply tell us without going into the technical details, that when you want to praise Allah, you stand up, you face the problem, this is what you say, you say,

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you make the intention, you say, this is what your assignment, this is how you pray, this collected information of the procedure of Salah you army, put together a whole group together, it would be almost impossible for us to discover this and just categorize it and just place it in the correct category and in the correct order. And in the true correct chronological order, we would it would be almost impossible for us to achieve this. It's a distilled refined information of the heavy. This is what you need to do practically in your everyday life.

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And I'm just trying to mention one thing. fick is also relying on the we all want to follow up

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without doubts. But how do we go about it, we cannot do it ourselves, we ultimately have to rely on the expertise of the experts, we have to refer to the authority of the experts. We do that in every field. Except for us.

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You want to fix your car, you don't take out a spammer and endanger your family's life by picking up the manual, reading a few articles on the internet, and then fiddling around with your engine, and then placing your family and your children in your car and go for a draw.

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if you are, if your child is old, you will not risk picking up a few manuals on your bookshelf, or googling something on the internet. And relying on some hopscotch medicine from some quack

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claims via medical assets. Now, you will dismiss all your medical

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protections you will and you will go even to a non Muslim stranger and doctor you don't know. But you will notice him a main label and because of certificates, you will place your child's life in his care in his trust and in his hands and say this is wrong with my child help me.

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And if he says take this tablet, you don't know what that tablet contains, or what are its origins, but you trust and you refer to the authority of one who is superior to you in learning. You refer to the expertise of the expert, you defer to his authority, and you accept his medication. And you administer that medication. We do this in medicine. You have the rights. I don't know about the law here but I guess because it's based on the legacy of of British law. As under British law, and it's made courts throughout the world, you have a right to represent yourself in court, you for what will have most people do people risk they won't take the risk, they will rely on the expertise of a

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barrister or a lawyer or legal advocates and representative. Of course in every field be mechanics be medicine be electricity, be.

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Water being drainage be simple things in life. No matter how intelligent we like to think of ourselves as being we will always refer to the authority in that field, we will always defer to that authority will always rely on the expertise of the experts.

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Except for port slam except the book on heavy where everyone is an expert except the experts.

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Everyone is an expert except the experts.

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We rely on.

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We rely on the genius. We rely on the scholars. We rely on the authorities we defer to their authority. And we rely on the expertise of the experts, our Eman, our religion, our Salah, all of this so valuable and far more precious and far more dangerous

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and far more vulnerable and susceptible to misinterpretation that even our own health or the engine of our car.

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If we rely on the expertise of the experts and we defer to the authority

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Those who are superior in learning and in expertise in every field and discipline. Why are we do that when it comes to the

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one two, the attempt to access raw information of the

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information, it's unrefined and process, we cannot understand it that

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this is a vast topic. The truth is, this requires many, many, many sessions, each session dedicated to just one aspect of this topic. But I've gone well over my time, and I sincerely apologize for that. I hope and pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala grants us the ability to allow enable us with the understanding

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of the correct approach should have

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many lawmakers amongst those who follow in the footsteps of our elders and our teachers and mechanical scholars with law lives amongst those who do not interrupt and who do not dismantle and who do not disrupt this uninterrupted chain, and tradition, stretching back all the way to the sort of last on the line. He was alone. And even after him through juvie. And he stood up or some sort of like religion, may lawmakers amongst those who follow the legal, standing and in the correct manner, may have lost data enable all of us, every one of us and I address myself first, to be more compassionate towards each other, despite our differences. And our disagreements may or may have

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expanded our minds, male like sanbao cousins to accommodate difference of opinion and to remain loving and caring and affectionate and compassionate towards each other despite that difference of opinion, because that's what it is at the end of the day difference of opinion. And there was differences, there were differences of opinion, even amongst the Sahaba of the alarm.

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Even amongst the profitable last Panama City, Panama City man and even set up a salon, both father and son both being profits came to a completely different understanding of the same question. So differences of opinion have always insisted even amongst the MBR.

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But that's what not what shouldn't dividers rather, as long as there is a valid difference of opinion within acceptable parameters, then that difference of opinion should be viewed with compassion with understanding, and

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inshallah This will reduce some of the bitterness and conflict and some of the illusions that we are all problems. And I pray the last panel with Allah unites our hearts. And Graham says this understanding of the love of cinema

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in town.

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There are a couple of questions here some of these questions have actually been answered

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in one of the questions in particular is about a certain parts of sonar, which I've already been covered in detail in my book, which is available with sonar, but the Navy and what I'm assuming so I would refer the question as to that there's a whole chapter actually that Well, there's a whole section dedicated to that question.

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Then one very important question, which is actually seeking clarification of the principles of claiming of 1000 from a pass

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away the question I'd say is the act of majority not necessarily the rise may not necessarily be right. They'll say people demand Monica 1000 1000 is applicable to the people of Medina time approximate the law

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or can be considered general sentence. If later is right, if the latter is correct, then you will justify the creation of different sections man authentically conforming with what contradicts in general prevailing practices should have more waves.

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When I said 1000, from 1000, I wasn't referring to today, or even later, from the time of the harbor, there'll be a lot of them and without even their shoes. This this that 1000s and 1000s is specifically to do with the earliest generation was first documented, so indeed does not refer to the later times not forget today, not even in the later times after the Barbie v. One sec was documented. It doesn't refer to the times after that. We are referring only to the initial stages in the beginning of Islam, when many things were undocumented in written form, or still documented, orally inverted. That's the time I'm referring to. This isn't a general statement. Of course, today.

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If people are practicing something without asking we'll look

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it over order to determine whether that actions are correct in light of all the

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Regarding women reciting Quran in their menses, the clear majority of that with a man, all the way from the classical parts or today are of the opinion that it is not permissible for a woman to recite complete verses of the Quran as recitation with the Nia intention of recitation, giving them answers.

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You know, some of these questions are actually about individual massage. And I prefer to actually answer questions related to the topic that we discussed today. So please advise, we'll be here for bytes. So since I'm actually short in my seat, I only want to ask questions in relation to that, rather than divert digressing to many different topics. And so just one final question, which is related to week and Eve, because obviously, this will be related, that if we rely on the forum heavy, what's the position of the week at ease? Well, the question is that can we add useful virtues?

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For instance, the following our model was a career in law era, without the clear majority of the hula have always held the view and have always upon that it's permissible sort of lanes we have been. But with clarification, there are certain conditions that are seen red belts and extensive conditions, about sweet heavy as long as these conditions are met. So one of those very important conditions is that it's actually clarified that this is a weak ID. So when it's clarified that this is a weak heavy than existing a symbol to relate not only to related, but to rely on and to actually use and act upon these weak hobbies when it comes to the body. It's a very vast topic. In fact, I'll

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go I'll say this. There are some massage in all of the schools effect included in the fitclub among African

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American women traditionally, has been viewed as being

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more closer to the hobby which is an incorrect assumption, we cannot say this about the other moms that they were further away from the heady completely incorrect assumption, but even even in the physical demand.

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There are a number of society not just in the humble, but in the physical, all of the demands of it should be higher, these messiahs are actually dependent on Wi Fi. So there are those who need as much sun,

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not just inventions begin actual laws and an actual teachings affected.

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