Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
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With that, we move into phase two, phase two is the establishment effect. And as we said, phase two started when.
So, we have as the second phase of work, which is from the death of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam until before 30th, year after, after the migration of Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam to Medina. Now, this era has to be the most important Eros because now we are minus the one who has the means of connecting us to Allah subhanho wa Taala in terms of Revelation,
Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so this had to be the most important era of this was a make or break period. So, from now understand how great the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu understand this, Allah if it wasn't for their efforts with the permission of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We will be a last oma today, this should make us understand that we were studying this topic, why not to collect data, we're not here to data collect 40 of the hegira and the ce 956 e. And we just data collecting so it looks nice. So we can go home and tell other people and others might say wow, Mashallah, you've got some serious skills there. No, we're not data collecting. We are nurturing our roof and our heart.
That's what we're doing here. When we're studying. We want to gain an Eman boost. I know it's technical. It's a bit dry. Somebody said it's a bit hectic, it's a bit technical. I said it's gonna be like that. It's not for the faint hearted. But what I want you to understand is in between all these technical terms and technical information, there is the light of it being the inheritance of Hamad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, nurture yourself on this. I don't want us to data collect, I want us to ponder that Subhanallah when we're talking about the establishment of thick, we should really really stand up in all of the Sahaba rhodiola and Vegemite. Imagine the weight on their shoulders
after the death of Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wasallam I could sit on and keep on telling you imagine how amazing it was what law he eats. I sometimes I sit I can't fathom it. What would you and I do there was a brother bringing me here. And Mashallah, Allah has blessed him with his family's expecting a child. So he was just telling me that no, I'm working out the route to less the general you know, because, you know, emergency and so on and so forth. And I said, No, I don't think it happens. Like you know, that sort that you know, you need to work it out like this, there is going to be an instant in one second is going to be a child born. Because what has happened and me if it
happens, I'll faint I'll drop. I won't manage. I was thinking Subhanallah imagine. Imagine the region imagine this hover of the Allahumma Jemaine when they woke up the next morning and understood the weight and responsibility on their shoulders, and they didn't drop they stood up and they acted. So our job isn't it. We can manage simple things in our lives we feel it's it we it's we overwhelmed so sometimes I sit and think what would we how would we have imagined it waking up the next day? Minus Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and we know that human do status a habit of Allah and anhu had when they with him, we know this like in the famous statement of humbler or the Allahu and when
he he tells Abubakar nasaka humble enough aka humble the humble has become a hypocrite so Okay, so what are you talking about? When, when I'm what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I feel a sense of Eman And when I leave his gathering, I don't feel that same sense of sense of Mr. Hanalei feel the same if that if you think it's an evac let's go to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and tell him imagine, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, if you could only be when I'm not present as you are when I'm present, but take it day by day. advise them and obviously it wasn't the fact but this was the sincerity of this habit. radi Allahu Allahu
Allah and when Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed the names of the hypocrites, he thinks he's one of them. He's begging Tell me tell me tell me tell me that a llama. When we were he matched armor of the Allahu Anza view in how many circumstances this region these were Legion, may Allah subhanahu Allah grant us the true respect of them. May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us speak of the reality of the presence in this dunya and really how they were men that changed the course of history. I mean, so they woke up at the time of the after the death of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and had a great weight on their shoulders a great way they had to ensure that now we spread Islam. And as
Islam is going to spread, there's going to be new situations that are going to arise when Islam goes to Baghdad, there's a whole range of things that are going to happen there. When it goes to Africa, there's a whole range of things that are gonna happen. They're different cultures, different languages, we got to teach the Quran we got to see and teachers we got to produce teachers. I mean, this is a magnanimous task, right? But they woke up and took it step by step and Allah subhanho wa Taala, with whom Allah subhanho wa Taala bless them. So this era is the most important era in terms of Chinese development. And it happened at the best of times, because the people who had to live
through this era was the best of people.
They were the best of people. And the people who had to live through this era had the best understanding of the Arabic language and the Quran was revealed. Billy sign in Arabic imbibing the Quran was revealed in a clear Arabic language. Right? So they were the people who understood the Arabic language to its degree. And they were the strictest when it came to following Muhammad Abdullah Salalah. Allah He was lm. So again, they were the best people to witness this phase, this phase two, which is the establishment of fic they were those that were the strictest when it came to practicing the laws of the Sharia and sticking to the single Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,
and also they received statements from our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam from the best of people, right? So if a Sahabi had to pass a fatwa, and he didn't know if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said something he would ask the best of people, do you hear something? And they say, Yes, we heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say this, like Abubakar Ravi, Allah who and when somebody came to him and said, Look, a person has passed away. And he has a grandmother, he doesn't have a mother, he has a grandmother does she inherit? if so how much Sabah Corolla when asked. And somebody said, we heard that she gets a sixth, thus he gave a sixth. So this was, this
was, this was he had, so they had to research whether a hadith existed, but Alhamdulillah they had the best people around them that were purified in the Quran by Allah subhanho wa Taala to give them knowledge, so they didn't have to go through a rigorous process of looking at the background of the person studying the chain of narrators and so on and so forth, as people who came in other areas had to do so this was a great factor that the best of all people in the most important era of fic had as they bandwidth so they had the best of people to get a hadith from and Allah subhanho wa Taala bless them in that they did a great job and fick was established. So question was everyone from the Sahaba
a Mufti? No, that's correct. Not everyone from the Sahaba Mufti. However, we know that there were over 100 that were considered MFIs and from the this 100 they were the notable ones who are known for the abilities to pass fatwa. Because out of all those that passed fatwa, they passed the most fatawa they passed the most fatawa from them with the crown is a matter of law Han, Omar Abdullah Pavarotti Allahu anhu. He was the king Mufti of the Grand Mufti, although that didn't exist that time. But Omar Maha pub has a lot of fatwas, and it's documented in the books of his views are documented. And Abdullah haibun Omar, his son radi Allahu anhu, says there was never an issue that
came upon the people of knowledge. And they had an opinion about it. And Omar had an opinion about it, except that the Quran descended upon the statement of Amaro De La Hoya and I told you this early on, and this was mentioned in Vegemite zoa. In other books, they cite the statement of his son of the library, Mr. Abdulla one imagined the role model that honourable hapa was for his son, imagine that the son can say this about his father. That's a footnote, right? But it's an important footnote. Right The importance of being role models and living your life that your children I know of you and not of other external people in society buy from the movies at the time of the Sahaba of
the Allahu anhu adjumani was early Ravi Allahu and was highly aroused the Allahu and the fourth halifa and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us his knowledge when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually sent him to be a judge in Yemen. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam will not send anybody right here. The fact that he's in the early means he was a man of a man of understanding. So he made him a copy and send him to Yemen. Then we have Abdullah ibn Massoud, Ravi Allahu, and, and what will make you understand who was Abdullah even Masood rhodiola, who and we don't have time to delve into the aspects and the highlights in the lives of these Sahaba
are of the Allahu anhu, Marine, even Massoud said, I read more than 70 surah of the Quran in the presence of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the compact and the companions of Allah's Messenger used to know that I am the most knowledgeable of them about the Quran, he can say that I am the most knowledgeable law that's what title can be greater than this king, President Prime Minister, what someone who can say that I read 70 sutras with Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the best of all people knew that I was the man when it came to this. I was the reference that is far, far, far in his right place. Most deserve it for the Allahu and so he says and the companions
of Allah His Messenger used to know that I am the most knowledgeable of them about the Quran. And if I were to get to know of someone more knowledgeable than me, I will travel to Humber, somebody might say, arrogance, how is he saying I am the man he was the man. let's get let's understand this. He was right. And he was humble in that he knew if somebody said they knew it, and I didn't. I would go to
Subhan Allah, so that was the life and so we said,
Allah and we said Ali Ravi Allah and and we set up the live and mess around the Allah and take note of these, especially for those who will start studying after this or are studying, it's important that you know in your research and so on and so forth, which hobby to look out for and their particular views because they were considered for kaha. From the Sahaba. Then we have Asia or the Allahu Allah, for our sisters that are listening in Asia, Ravi, Allahu Allah and let her be a role model for us all, that the women of this oma females have Barak because they were responsible for the transmission of the inheritance of Muhammad Ali Abdullah Salalah alayhi wa sallam. And we know
in the science of Hadith, that no female existed in the chain of narrators, except that she was trustworthy. If you look at the discussions of of Hadees, nobody mentions a female and says, Oh, she used to make a lot of mistakes. So she was such and such. So she was known to lie in absolutely not what the regional it's there. But with the females of Hannah law, they were the most trustworthy in terms of fact, you'd get happy if you saw a female in the senate as one less person to study it was studied. And that's how we know that nobody has brought up issues with regards to the females of this woman. They're taught and we know that the great thinkers and scholars of our time even
taymiyah Rahim Allah, as well as even hedger Alice Kalani Rahim Allah and to look look at the four moms and their mothers, right? their teachers were women, many women they would take lessons from it doesn't mean that there was no concept of hijab and so on and so forth. That's that's another topic but let's not get confused in our discussion. So cite that as a footnote draft a line right number one in small.
It right that they know the conditions of hijab obviously looked after but we have a shadow of the law and her as a role model for our females. Now understand that I showed the law and how as a teenager when Mohammed Abdullah Salalah alayhi wa sallam passed away, so when we say I shadowed the lava and how was a Mufti? We're talking about a teenager. Amazing. Allah He amazing, you know, to carry the knowledge of the Sharia is the responsibility. And if a teenager can do it, it tells you the caliber of this teenager are the Allahu Abu Musa said there has never been a hadith that we did not understand. Except that when we asked about the Allahu Allah, she would always have some
knowledge about it. I'm not sure you mentioned this in his famous book lm and more. From the focus of the Sahaba was at when Fabrice rhodiola one is at metabotropic Allahu Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him. The most knowledgeable of my alma infura which is the rules of inheritance is a demon Sabbath. If you want to read more about him visit tabakoto Cobra and he was known to have great status amongst the companions they respected him as well just as they respected up to live in Maputo de la hora and, and he said that when he's riding beast was brought to him and listen to this. I mean, amazing when his riding beast was brought to him. It is said even
a bus rhodiola Juan rhodiola and Houma and who and Avi, even Abbess rhodiola and Homer would take hold of the reins of this riding beast and put himself by his aides feet to help Zaid get up onto this animal, even a bass who we know is the ocean in terms of knowledge would lower himself to allow his aid to get on to his writing this La Ilaha Illa humility Well, why knowledge never made them arrogant, it made them humble. And this is the reality of you should make us humble. Tapan Allah May Allah forgive us all a lie we all we can we all fall prey to this, that today we learn the real man, it makes us arrogant. We learn when we start criticizing the Imams have. We learned a lot when we
start criticizing Allah in our society, by Allah. This wasn't the way of the best of people who established fifth in the most important time, this habit of the Allah, even Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Allah, homophobia COVID-19. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is making dua, that Allah Allah grant him the understanding of Deen and grant him knowledge of the Quran right even above the law and was purified as is.
This man is lowering himself so zedi been sabich can get onto his writing bistra Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Allah on most of mankind, no not well, I, we really need to turn to Allah subhanho wa Taala and seek forgiveness by Allah. This knowledge should humble us, the help of Islam is to learn and the habit of learning is to practice and the half of practice is to fear more. So it's not to feel that I have achieved by Allah it is to feel more that will Allah subhanho wa Taala accept this from me or not one of the side if he recited an ayah in the Quran, and leads to read the Quran at night, and when he recited this ayah he could not complete he cried the whole night repeating this ayah
Obeidallah homina la mala Mia Khun Cebu where Allah subhanho wa Taala says and to them on the day of
Piano was a result that they did not anticipate. They thought they were going to meet a lie and get rewards and praise and welcome and they got me Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us. He read this ayah and became fearful that I'm doing this will I get the fruits of it in the hereafter? Why not? This is the reality of knowledge and that is why it's important for each and every one of us to study adapt before we study. The problem today is we sharing with people have no idea. Allah subhanho wa Taala only put something which is pure in a pure place. This Koran will enter a pure heart. The teacher of Amanda Shafi when Amanda shafia Rahim Allah Imam Shafi we shouldn't just say Shafi Abu
hanifa Imam, Abu hanifa, we should have added up and respect we should have added up and respect for him Allah mmm Shafi was known to be a person when he opened a page he had to block out a page so he could read this page, because if you didn't block it out by mistake, he would have memorized it.
Remember Shafi complains to his teacher work here Shaco to Isla workI in su V for outershell Danny electoral kill ma si barany be nll Manu whoo la law healer, who Asad have recited it to you upon the scales of poetry as taught to us by the famous alum, Holly Hill, he has 15 scales, which all Arabic poetry are built upon, they will rhyme in this particular way. Remember, shefali says I complained to a Kia about my poor memory for shed any electrical mercy. So he guided me and said leave since leave the disobedience of Allah subhanho wa Taala was Bharani and he told me
that knowledge is light. Allah, the light of Allah subhanho wa Taala will not settle in the filthy place law you tell us he will not come to a center so this should come to purified people in that we purify our edible. Mr. Malik says that my mother put me was my teacher. She told my teacher and Lim who
Lima who didn't teach him manners before you teach your middle Abdullah bin Mubarak says we learned to adapt for 20 years and in for less years than that and by Allah is added is added when you study the rules of the Sharia This is we should refrain from discussing the faults of the fuqaha and the lemma and we will discuss these old ama and who they were who they were what law he it's easy to be a fly. When we fly and sit on everything which is filthy, it's easy. It's easy, but we need to fear Allah subhanho wa Taala from the Mufti of the Sahaba was at metabotropic Allah Juan. So this is what a bit ambassador. Now look, what did they do with Sabbath? Do they even Sabbath? Look what he did?
What does he do? He would tell him at a bus stop what you're doing, leave it out of humility, and even our boss would respond back to him and say, but this is the way we should respect our scholars.
The man who is known as the ocean of knowledge, he's telling Zaid, but you have a scholar, and we need to humble ourselves to our scholars. today. We get little bit of knowledge. And we know more than this, Allah subhanaw taala protect us, I mean, from the movies of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu most of the life in our best robiola one, he said, Allah subhanho wa Taala as messenger pressed me pressed my chest and said Oh Allah give him fear of religion and understanding of the book I told you this earlier, and this was reported by Buhari anyway Mohammed and others and Mujahid this famous student of even our best says even our best used to be called the ocean because of the extent of his
knowledge from the Mufti of the Sahaba was Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah and we discussing Abdullah bin Omar of the Allahumma. Abu Jaffa said there was no one amongst us that when a Hadith of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't say Salalah alayhi wa sallam, it's from the rights of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam that when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was mentioned, who was more strict in following it exactly, and not decreasing or increasing in it, and that was even Omar, this is what a Buddha says. And we know that when even when he went for Hajj, he would try and make his camera walk the path that the camera Muhammad sallallahu alayhi
wa sallam passed this is how he wanted to follow the syndrome Hama sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he too was from the movies of the Sahaba from the masters of the Sahaba morality bingeable rhodiola one and we discussed that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent him to Yemen, he wouldn't have sent a person of no knowledge. He was a person of knowledge and element and fatwa. So can we just go through them very quickly. We have Omar Ali Allahu Allah De La Hoya and Abdullah Lahore, and I shadowed the Aleppo and had zedi been sabotaged the Allahu Abdullah have been our best out of the Allahu anhu that Abdullah had been the aroma of the Allahu anhu Matt more as even Jebel probably
Allah who shot these names very important to know who are the fuqaha the main Mufti is at the time of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu and is very important because when we move to the age of the tablet in, we will understand which teachers taught them right it's very important to note these Sahaba down Now, it's important to note that the Islamic empires
Bread at the time of this habit of the Allahu anhu. And under them was the need to develop students of knowledge to develop a llama. So they took it upon themselves to teach those. Remember we spoke about succession planning, they made it a duty upon themselves to teach those that first and foremost would cater for the need at the time given that Islam was spreading Palestine, Iraq, and so on and so forth. So they took it upon themselves to create a formidable people who would be able to fill the gap in the void. And I promise you with new countries opening the needs increased, because you're dealing with brand new situations and brand new people and brand new cultures and brand new
minds and brand new hearts, right. So the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu, especially these fuqaha took it upon themselves to create and develop students of knowledge. And we will discuss this a little bit more just now, it is also important to note that in this era, which era, the establishment era, at the time of the Sahaba of the principles to base Islamic law was established. We said at the time of Muhammad Sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, there was the Quran, and there was the Sunnah. And there was deduction from the Quran and the Sunnah, at the time of the Sahaba to new principles came about that were used to establish Islamic law. The first of the two was the consensus of the companions of
Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So a ruling would come about and they would have Shura and discuss it collectively, and they would agree to a ruling. And when a consensus was struck, then that ruling would become the order of the day. And that ruling would become the base of that ruling, and the stood another, or the second of the two is the statement of the statement of Asahi. So, if as a hobby said something, then indeed we know they were the best of people after Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam they were taught by the best Muhammad Abdullah salallahu alayhi wasallam they were people who witness gibreel descending with the Quran, they were people who knew the
reasons of revelations, why is revealed and so on and so forth. So sometimes, as a hobby might come up with a fatwa based on his he had and other Sahaba would adopt that fatwa. And when evidence was requested, they would cite the statement of a Sahabi as as a basis and as evidence right, so two more citations came into effect. So we have Quran and Sunnah and deduction from the Quran and the Sunnah. And then we have in this era Quran soon and deduction, as well as the statement of a Sahabi, as well as Iijima. So now we have five now we have five and this is the work of Mr. Sulu to tell us what is evidence and then use that as evidence. So you can tell us that the statement of hobbies
evidence, for example, there's a difference of opinion between them with the correct view in my humble view being that it is evidence as long as no other Sahabi contradicted it is evidence as long as no other Sahabi contradicted him. So they would tell us that the statement of is a heavy is evidence as long as no others have contradicted him. So if you're looking for a ruling, and you find one of the Sahaba said something, and you didn't find any other Sahaba contradicting him, then use that as your evidence. Is that clear? So that is the summary. Iijima can be that an ayah exists, and it could have two connotations. And the Sahaba agree that the intended connotation was this meaning
it could have an idea could exist. And it could have two meanings, right? It could give out two meanings, but also Hobbes stands up and says no, Allah subhanho wa Taala meant by this this particular meaning, and all those who have agree Horus that is the meaning that is the intended meaning of the word and an enema happens. It could also happen through deduction that they do something and then they all agree to the correctness of the deduction, and they all adopt what has been deduced as the rule collectively that becomes HMR. So it doesn't necessarily mean that Iijima has to have deduction before it no it but what we know is all Iijima has a new standard meaning all
every consensus has evidence that it's based from has to don't have evidence that is based from and why we say that it is the strongest evidence is because and that's why when you open the book so say for example fasting is compulsory will kitabi was when it was that fasting the month of Ramadan is compulsory and it's evidence is the Quran in the Sunni management
Quran nice enough, but they say Hmm, why? Because sometimes somebody could say no that I in the Quran could mean compulsory and could mean Muslim. For example, this is an example sometimes you can have a word in the Quran and
discuss this, that the delille in the Quran is
whatever is in the Quran, we say is established with certainty, but the meaning of it could be for Nia Vania to del Allah, the meaning that you understand from that established evidence could be one may not be a difference of opinion regarding what it means, right. So you have some evidences that are contrary yet, but Delilah. Some evidences that are established without
a speck of doubt because it's in the current and its intended meaning is established without a speck of doubt. For example, when Allah subhanho wa Taala says Mussina was with two wives or three wives or four wives, right, Mashallah, everybody woke up. I think that's the refreshments. Done. Right? That's the definition when is done. Now Can anybody say no to means to and it also means something else. Nobody can say that three means three, but it also means another city in. Nobody can say that right. three is three. We say that is a dilemma. The meaning of three is established, it's free, but sometimes you have
to boot Vania Adela, we have I in the Quran, which is Qatari. It's certain nobody doubts the authenticity of the ayah. It's an ayah in the Quran, right? But this difference of opinion regarding the meaning of it, for example, for, for example, for example, when it comes to hate Allah subhanho wa Taala says that the female is asked when she's divorced to participate in a waiting period. How long should this waiting period be? So they say three Kuru, what's the meaning of Kuru? Does it mean three periods of cleanliness as the Shafi said? Or is it three periods of menses, as the hanafy said, so we have an IRA which is established, but there's difference of opinion. So let's say an
Iijima happened on one of those two opinions. Now, we say there's no room to differ here, if necessary, if the companion set together or lemma of that time set together of a particular era and said hello, so we have a consensus that core here means menses, the nobody after them can come and say, Ah, no, it is it could mean this yet. So what I'm saying, right, so basically, that is what we mean by HD hat. Now, each t had is the sky and if you mind the acid everything else is what's under the sky. HD head is a big door. It refers to you utilizing your energies to deduce a law utilizing your energies to deduce a law could happen through the practice of tears could happen through
research into the meaning of a word could happen through you researching if a Sahabi said something about that view ad hat could be you researching the presence of any drama at the time of the Sahaba regarding that thing. Is that clear? Yeah, so HDR is a blanket term. And under it comes the processes of each stand by Okay. All right. Okay, so we've discussed Iijima
very quickly, just before we close, Iijima is an agreement of all the machete heads from amongst the Muslims write this down as a definition of Iijima is an agreement, this could be your pearl of wisdom, Allah Adam, and I hope to see a lot of pearls of wisdom because then you know, it makes me you encouraged me to come back because I know that people who are listening and it is an agreement of all the hits from among the Muslims. You see the definitions, we say from among the Muslims, it means the most state from the non Muslims we don't care what they say. They can know the Quran better than us and the sooner better than us they're not Muslim they call me a call is irrelevant.
Right. So from amongst the Muslims in a determined period, the period has to be determined the time span that they all set in. So all the states of that time
after the death of Allah's Messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because if it was at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, it will be sooner if he said it, that this is the ruling we say the ruling isn't right.
Upon a rule of Islamic law,
upon the rule of law, this is sometimes you have now say the new hat or the nahi Yuna.
And now we use the grammarians have an Iijima have an H ma they have a consensus that affair is more for that the verb in the Arabic language is more for it's either Morocco was Obama or it's more for was a wow, depending on the type of verb that it is if it's from. That's now let's leave that for another day. So again, edema is an agreement of all the major hits from amongst the Muslims in a determined period after the death of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. In Islamic law, very quickly, let's define what the statement of a companion is. The statement of a companion is that which the heart decides upon that which the heart decides upon after deep thought judgment and
seeking to achieve correctness in that which the signs may differ. So person does he had one of the Sahaba and he produces a ruling and he goes, look, this is my HD heart. This is my statement, the brother smiling so that means I must repeat. We know how we know how to read the signs, you know, there's physical signs that the teacher reads from his students. That which the heart decides upon after deep thought, comma judgment and seeking to achieve correctness in that which the signs may differ and this is what I mentioned in the alarm and more. So read that with the double ponder over it at home and inshallah you'll have an understanding, again, very quickly if you give me two
I'm just going to tell you what he said. I can email it to you later. Everyone says, It is truly worth, that someone whose opinions are of this level meaning this habit of your level and this level of taqwa and piety, that their opinion be better than our own opinions. Right? And we don't even look at him his opinion is better than ours. But he's saying, he's better than his right, that their opinion be better than the opinions of ourselves. Why should it not be so when their hearts were full of light and full of Eman and full of wisdom and full of knowledge and full of recognition and full of understanding from Allah subhanho wa Taala and His Messenger and the sincerity for the oma
that they had, that Allah Allah Allah, their hearts were aligned with that of the Nabi Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam having gained knowledge and Eman directly from the Lenten of Nagoya, how beautiful is this description? without any difficulty? They took knowledge from the Lenten of the Buddha without difficulty we have to teach the hard we have to sit on the floor in the masjid is to be bad might be hot. We need a fan this difficulty though we do it, but they were doing it with no difficulty right. They will not blemished by the differences of opinion. They weren't they were an oma, they differed and we praise them in that in the differences and he says nor were they are
soiled by descent. So to compare one's opinion with this is amongst the faulty analogies, right they were rejected as we said before,