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Explaination Of Imam an-Nawawi’s 40 Hadith

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Have the realizer of the anatomy, balaclava to the machete

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in the body mean some along with some new mubaraka and Armand and Amina Mohammed in quantity, he was lucky he has money

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in my bag, and the beginning of these lessons, we ask Allah subhana wa tada

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to bless us with his last sincerity of intention, and all of our actions that all of our deeds are done purely for lots of Hannah, who was just as we asked him,

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to increase us in knowledge and beneficial knowledge, and to benefit us with the knowledge that he has taught us.

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As we covered in previous lessons, these gatherings are dedicated to the study

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of an extremely important book that no Muslim can do without.

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And that is the 40 Hadith of the Imam and no, we bought him a whole lot of data.

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And as we mentioned, the 40 Hadees is actually a compilation of 42 hudy.

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But it was rounded down to 40. And the title and then immunology of hanbali Rahim Allah tada who died in the year 795.

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Add to the 42 and they became 50.

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And then he explained it in his amazing book called Jammie

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mahakam, the combination or the compendium of knowledge, and wisdom. And no, we're not allowed to add that he begins the 40 Heidi, with a with an introduction that is a bit lengthy and a bit detailed. And

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there's another introduction to the study of the 47 men and no we that was written by the eminence scholarship of the Muslim in Hamilton, I bet HAVE YOU THE Hello, Tada. And

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it also describes the importance of the 40 Heidi The Imam unknowing And likewise, the concept of gathering 40 Hadees. Why do we find that there are scholars of the past who have gathered 40 Hadeeth

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in the first place. So what we're going to do with shallow data is read the introduction of Chicago Watson and I bet the the law says it basically fulfills the same objective of no introduction. But it happens to be a bit more concise, but it's a fun

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resources presenting

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books.

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This book comprises a collection of

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what was inspired by the prophetic revelation

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of

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this study, and this introduction and inventions and has been narrated by nine companions. Although he proceeds to mention them all by name.

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He acknowledges that

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he has

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his Wi Fi it so there's a hadith that mentions that whoever

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preserves 40 hubie for this oma will have a specific reward. Some of these narrations mentioned that this person will enter agenda from any door that he pleases. However, this Hadees is not authentic. Remember no we Rahim Allah tada mentioned that the scholars have consensus that this heavy anybody that talks about whoever preserves 40 howdy for the oma will go to general or whatever the situation may be these Hadith all of them are weak. A Hadith according to the consensus of the scholars now

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for an authentic or for a hottie to be considered authentic and we hear these words a lot.

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We hear that this Hadees is authentic this heavy this week, say by for example, but a lot of times or a lot of Muslims do not actually know what that entails. What does that mean? When a hottie this week, or what have you, what does it take for it to be authentic, and we have to realize brothers in Islam, that Islam is our

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The attack is targeted,

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both from the aspect of the media and the things that they say about Islam and the Muslims are terrorists and to the end of it.

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But then there is the other aspect, a more academic approach. Because the Muslims are not we're not going to be confused, when we see on the media that something has happened to now that Muslims are being accused of being terrorist or being accused of being extremist and to the end of it, the Muslims don't get confused. When that happens. However,

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when they come in from the door of doubt,

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and try to make us question the foundations of Islam, then these are the things that we need to prepare ourselves for. And so it's important for every Muslim to understand these basic concepts of hygiene, what is it that makes a hadith authentic, for example,

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we should first of all, be certain

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that Allah subhanahu wa tada has protected the revelation, as he says, In the Quran, in the national ticket, or in the hula, half, we have sent down the remembrance and we are going to protect it and preserve it. And that remembrance is both the grime and the sun. Because there is no way to understand the commands of the Quran and the prohibitions of the Quran in detail, except to the sooner an example of that it's very easy loss of power to Allah commands is in the Quran to pray. Does a large Magellan the Quran tell us how many times a day we're supposed to pray? No. If you read from sola till Fatiha to Sora to ness, you will see anywhere in the Quran where it says to pray five

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times a day.

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Allah subhana wa tada says in the Quran

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that the prayers have been prescribed or prayers have been obligated upon you. And prescribed times. does Allah subhana wa tada tell us in the Quran, when to pray fudger went to pray or when to pray ask Allah. But Allah subhana wa tada does tell us in the cry, that would ever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gives you then take it well my attack and

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then take it. So everything

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that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has said in his sooner

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or certainly authentic had he or he has acted upon them these things are things that we should also act upon as Muslims. So let's move with that as protected both the Quran

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and the Hadith of the messengers of the law, it was Sunday.

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And I know the story of a man who was not a Muslim.

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And he went to study the sciences of heavy as many of the academics in the West do.

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They want to study Islam so that they can find something wrong with this land from the inside and then make Islam look bad. So he studied the science of Hadith.

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And after studying the science of Hadith, he came to the conclusion that there is no way that this science could have been developed by men. It has been divinely inspired. So he accepted Islam. And he's a professor now at the university in the United States. Now, the point here is that if someone can come from the outside was not even a Muslim, and look at the science of Hadith, and recognize its virtue, that Likewise, we as Muslims should understand something from the science of Hadith, there were scholars of the past, who dedicated their entire lives to the study of Hadith to the point that one of them was asked, How do you distinguish between a headache that is authentic, and a

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headache that is not authentic. And he said the same way, that someone who is a money exchanger

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can distinguish counterfeit money, somebody who works with money all day, he does not even have to look at the bill, by the way it feels he can tell that it's it's counterfeit. It's not real, anybody that works in any particular field.

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They are able, once they become an expert in that field, they're able to distinguish a lot of things about that field that somebody else from the outside may not be able to distinguish. So for example, example from the affairs of the dunya so that we understand it.

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When someone tries to sell a car that has been damaged, and then they fix the body and they painted it up.

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For someone who doesn't, who's not used to that type of thing looks at the guy says beautiful car. He doesn't realize that it was in a flood and that it was in an accident and that he

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been repainted.

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But someone who works on cars all day. As soon as they look at the car, they open the door, they say this car has been damaged, it was in an accident before the Subhana Allah, Allah gives everyone the ability to do something. And when you look at this guy is of Howdy. This is what they live for, and they dedicated their entire lives to.

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So that we're clear on the terminology this Heidi does it for this it does say hey, authentic Daya authentic and we then quickly we want to know what are the

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conditions for a Heidi to be considered site? What are the conditions for it to be considered authentic, there are five conditions.

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And you should try to learn them now. Because a lot of them maybe later in the lesson, there may be some things that come up where you have to use these conditions.

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The first condition is that the chain of narrations must be connected or must be unbroken. So what they call an Arabic If you saw a Senate, what does that mean? When you open a book of hudy like Sahih al Bukhari Sahih, Muslim, or tsunami, or any book of Hadith?

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When you open it up, Al Bukhari is going to say, had done, so and so so and so told us,

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and then that person is going to say that is the shape of any memorable party is going to say so and so told us all the way back to the Prophet, so the lady was sort of maybe three people, maybe four, maybe more.

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What it means that the chain of narration has to be connected, is that each person must have heard that howdy from the one who came before them in the chain back to the Prophet sallallahu. It was.

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The second condition is that the narrator's that is the people who are in that chain of transmission,

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they have to be the COTS. That's two conditions actually in one. The first is that they have to have integrity, they have to be upright, they cannot not be known to be open centers.

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Because just like you wouldn't trust an open center

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with someone from your family, you wouldn't marry your daughter to them or your sister to them.

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We don't trust them with the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we have high standards.

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For the Hadith of the prophets of the law it was.

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The third condition after integrity is that they be reliable.

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Meaning that they are accurate, and their narration of Howdy, meaning that they have a good strong memory, or that they were very good and accurate and recording the Howdy.

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Conditions is that three. The fourth condition

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is related to the statement of the prophets why Selim himself

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that is that a hadith has two parts. Any Hadith has two parts, we have a chain of narration, and then we have the statement of the Prophet sallallahu. It was suddenly the first three conditions for a hadith to be authentic, are directly related to the chain.

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The last two conditions are related to the statement of the Prophet. So the lighting was something. So the fourth condition

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is that the hudy should not be shared, meaning it should not be an anomalous Heidi, it should not be abnormal.

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Hadid should not be abnormal. So even if the person even if the person who's narrating the Hades is upright, and he has integrity, and he's the accurate narrator, it doesn't mean that he's never going to make any mistakes. How do we know whether he's made a mistake or not? We compare him with the other narrators. So today, for example, the event for salon mother it was at 650 around 615. Okay, someone came from another country.

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And they forgot to change their watch. So their watch a 454 exam. All right.

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We go with talking to people and we start asking them what time was the event today he says 650 the other one says 650 10 people say 650 we get to the last person he says 450.

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That person is a very decent upright individually as a strong memory, memorize the prime memorize it.

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But when we compare what he said to what the other

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People said we find that there's some there's some abnormality in the narration.

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Okay, so for a heartbeat to be considered authentic, it can't have any abnormalities.

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The last condition

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is that

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it cannot have a hidden defect. And I'm not going to explain that because it's a very deep concept explained by the scholars of Hadith for the students of knowledge, you can go back to the books of Mustafa, Al Hadi the sciences of hiding to get a clearer look at what a hidden defect is.

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All of that to say that amendment no mo law is telling us that the narrations that mention a specific reward for preserving or memorizing 40 Hadees all of them are inauthentic, however, Mm hmm. No, mahalo Tada. Did not base his decision to compile 40 Hadith solely on those Hadith and a number of scholars have compiled books of 40. Heidi, based on the general Hadith about the virtue of memorizing

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the virtue of conveying

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the story, it was not the formation. Rather, it was other episodes of narration.

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Yours my speech preserved, amazing as it was her

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five so we have to hear that the shape mentioned data

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that encouraged us to memorize ideas and to convey those ideas to others.

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No, he mentioned that

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he didn't compile his 40 Heidi, based on the week Heidi put on these ideas and others that are like these headings. So the first heading is the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam where he says, number Allahu Akbar and Semyon Makati.

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Well, have you ever had

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this hadith the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said, may Allah

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illuminate the person who hears my speech and preserves it. He hears the Hadith. And then he memorizes the Hadith, he understands it, and then he conveys it to others. And this is a duet from the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam that he made for his oma on Yom Kippur, the day of sacrifice.

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And they had to deal with that. The farewell hides at mesquite cave in Mina, the prophesy Salim said this Hades in front of a tremendous number of companions.

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And many of the companions narrated this hadith. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is making do I for the one who fulfills these conditions and we'll get back to those conditions but we need to take a step to the side for a minute because many of the Muslims as other Muslims to make dua for them. Yeah, he makes me laugh when I heard you're going to Medina, when you get to the messenger Nebu, he make do our form. And there's nothing wrong with making do I for someone. So the thing is,

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however, we we, every Muslim,

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should be diligent and trying to be recipients of the of the prophets of the Lord it was something

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because his do is not rejected. So the prophets of light it was sent him said may, may Allah illuminate the individual make him like

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the one who hears the Hadith, here's my ID, and memorizes it and understands it, and who conveys it to others. So, mmm, no, we base this compilation on this hobbies and other hobbies that are similar to that.

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Now, what was what's important to understand is that sometimes there may be happy to mention a specific reward for something

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and you do that particular action but you should not intend by that action to get the reward that is mentioned in the Hadith that is not authentic, and I'll give you an example. And for the brothers who are visiting Medina, many of you may have heard this idea because it's widespread. It's translated into almost every language. The idea goes something like this. Whoever prays 40 salaat

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My message that is the message of the prophets I said, Whoever prays for the salaat and my messenger and does not miss one Salah, so they pray 40 salon in a row,

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and the prophets messed it, then it will be written for him that he is safe from hypocrisy is safe from the fire, and then he will be saved from any type of punishment. You've heard this hadith. This Hadith is not say it's not authentic.

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There is a narrator in this Hadith,

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his name is nubby in it

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and he is not no

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that is he is much who is not know.

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So can a Hadith, the authentic Oh, can this chain of narration be authentic if someone in the chain is not known? Why? Because the conditions for it to be. So hey, there are two things here. We don't know whether this person is upright. Nor do we know if he is accurate in his narration. So this hadith is not authentic. However, however,

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any Muslim who comes to Medina should try to pray every select in this question not because of that Hadees but because we have authentic hadith where the prophets of aloha it was Southern said that praying in this message is like 1000 times or is 1000 times the prayer in any other message except for a message. And

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this heavies authentic collected by Muslim

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so we should strive to pray every every slide here. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam also mentioned that praying

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in

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Jamaat, when you pray in congregation that is 27 times more the reward than praying by yourself. And this to man, this Masjid is one of the biggest in the world. So to pray in congregation that this Masjid is something that has a great benefit. And the promise I sort of mentioned many benefits about praying and congregation not just in Medina, but wherever you may be from, you should try your best to pray, where the event is called. And the messages

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offered.

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In the first one,

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as I mentioned

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and counselors

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earlier.

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Remember no we

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mentioned that the 40 Hadith that had been collected before his time had all been specific to one particular area 40 Hadith dealing with the virtue of for example, invoking Allah azza wa jal 40 Hadith dealing with the virtue of La ilaha illa Allah and like this are 40 Hadith that deal with the virtue of

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Be kind to your neighbors and whatever the situation, the all of the compilations that preceded the compilation of Amendment No, we dealt with a particular area now, as for no week, then his intention was to compile the Hadith that the scholars had said about these hadebe that the deen revolves around them, no.

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Okay.

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The

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secondary issue of

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austerity and

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all of these things.

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So, mmm, no, we don't have a lot of data. And there's an important point. You know, scholars mentioned something here that the statement of the Amendment No, notice that he doesn't belittle the scholars that came before him. Even though his book

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is actually more important than those books without a doubt because they cover a wider, a wider area of Islam or more sciences. Mm hmm. No, he didn't belittle them. He mentioned them in a good light and he may do it for them. He said, may Allah be pleased with them, and this is the way of the relevant. I don't belittle the scholars that came before them.

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However, I'm not going to compile it. I'm sorry.

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sockets. At this point, it

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all goes on both sides. Each ID and this operation, by itself is a great principle, some principles

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regarding these IDs

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around,

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and so forth.

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So, if one

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we get into the last part of the introduction, but it's important to understand in any book that you study, why did the author put the book together? Once you understand his intention for putting the book together, it helps you to understand how you deal with that book and how you can benefit from it. So Amendment No, he here mentions that his intention of compiling these ahaadeeth once you gather the Howdy, that the scholars have said about them, that the D revolves around them, or that they are half of novels, a third of knowledge, which you'll see once we get to the first ID, which is in the ml ml veneer, that actions are by intentions. Some of the scholars said that this is a

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third of all knowledge goes back to this Hadith, some said half. So you never know his point was to gather all of the Hadith that had this characteristic.

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And therefore,

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it is no exaggeration to say that if a person memorizes, these 40 hobbies or these 50 with the additions of

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if a person memorizes them and understands them, then there will be no aspect of the D except that he will have a high D dealing with no aspect of the deal.

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And one of our scholars mentioned

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that about 20 years ago,

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he had

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began to teach the 40 hobbies in his neighborhood mesquite, here in Medina, and a local master.

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And he told the people in the message, I'll teach the 40 hobbies.

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Under one condition

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that you memorize the Hadees every day, every day, whatever it is, we're going to study you have to memorize it before we actually go through the explanation. And you have to say it to me. So I make sure that you memorize and then I'll then we'll go over the explanation of the Howdy. So anyway, they said, Fine. So they began to memorize the 14th amendment, no way he was explaining it to them.

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So they got to the seventh headies.

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A man came.

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He was a worker here in Medina.

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And he said, I want to

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join the lesson.

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Six had no problem.

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But there's a condition. You have to memorize the first seven Hadees say them to me first and then you can come join the last. So the man went back. And he memorized the seven Hadees. And he came in he joined the class and he was diligent. He was there every day

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at the shakes class until they got close to the end of the book.

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When they got close to the end of the book, shake left the masjid. And the worker came from behind the end. He said say I need to tell you something, I need to tell you something. I said okay.

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What is it? He said, I feel like a scholar.

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As he got to the end of the book, he said, I feel like a scholar and the shakes. Why is that?

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He said well see I'm a single man. I came to Medina to work.

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And I live with some other brothers we live together.

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And there is nothing that they on a daily basis. There's nothing that they do except that I recognize that there's some some mistake. And so I tell them what the mistake is. And I mentioned that Heidi, but not just the Heidi, I say who narrated the Hadith, the Sahaba and then I say who collected the Hadith this

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is I feel like a scholar.

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The shakes

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after congratulating him, he said this is had to be diet to them. This is the beginning of knowledge. This is the beginning of knowledge. These are the keys to knowledge.

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And the path of knowledge is a long one. It's a journey. It's not something that happens overnight. And it takes a lot of dedication and a lot of patience. But the whole point is that

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To understand the importance of these 40 other machines have mentioned that they've gone to many different countries throughout the world. And the only thing they teach us what he had, he didn't even know and they can literally, they can address every problem that may be afflicting that society through some of these headings in the 40 Habiba mmm no

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other

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have been widely accepted by people everywhere. So is that even equate to

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two books.

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The first book that comes to mind, one is as recommended books for beginners.

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This

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phone number, and this book,

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as explained,

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and its prominence,

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a compendium of knowledge and wisdom,

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both short and long,

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lengthy commentary has been written on these

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atheists.

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So here a second, Allah, who, for those who don't know, is considered to be the shape of Medina.

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And if you speak Arabic has tears in that direction.

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But those brothers who speak Arabic who understand Arabic should benefit from the shape because he's actually he's the shape of our shapes. And he was the first person to teach in the Islamic University of Medina.

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The first lesson that was held in the Islamic University of Medina was taught by shake up the machine. The point is here that he's mentioning his explanation of the 50 Hadeeth 9242 of you man and no, we and the eight have a budget and the reason why we're even mentioning this here is because inshallah, at the end of each Hubby, we like to look at the points of benefit that she got the most and hobbies Allah mentions, for his for the explanation of the Heidi we can go through the his explanation

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by each segment that he brings, but we can go over the Hawaii to the benefits that he mentioned at the end of the study to make sure that a shallow Tada, we're on target, the point is also there for everyone

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who is here as a visitor, and who understands the importance of these 40 hotties,

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don't let this be the last time that you listen to something about 40 Howdy, make sure that you buy a copy, take it back to your children, take it to your wives make this 40 honey don't make these 40 Heidi be a part of your daily lives because they are that important and they are the foundation of knowledge.

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So, my explanation of it is somewhere in between

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an explanation is broken down into two segments, the benefits

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are mentioned at the end of each

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call on both of the

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books.

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And this is beneficial to know just to know that many scholars have explained the 40 Heidi devil mm hmm No, no, Like who?

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Man No, no, he himself has an explanation of the 40 Heidi is not lengthy

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but it is important because he does explain some of the the phrases that are in the the

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yes

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from the contemporary scholars have said Columbus Alia with me. I am allowed to add I saw a shift shift solid falls in and other Scotland's

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first of all you refuse

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to

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read that again read that again. Students of knowledge to memorize associate parties which are eloquent speech of the prophets I

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appeal to a lot

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of people benefit from this book as they have benefited.

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Likewise, we'll take the opportunity to recommend not just for the two level and not just for the students of knowledge but for everybody to memorize

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The 40 hadith of an Imam and know if you've already memorized it, they use this time to review. And if you haven't already memorized it didn't make today be the day that you start. And if you do not know Arabic And you say I can't memorize it, that's okay to take the English translation and reading 40 times 50 times 60 times until you become so familiar with them, it is as if you have memorized these headings are very important. And again, I am recommending and encouraging those brothers who are here as visitors to take this book back to your families. Take it back as a gift. And the scholars they used to actually they consider knowledge to be a gift.

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They consider the knowledge to be a gift Do you want me to give you a gift in the name of mentioned of the prophets? I saw that maybe that the one that he was talking to had not heard?

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To the first had eaten Shall

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we

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in

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this Heidi?

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This great Heidi?

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Then Mm hmm. No, we start his book with

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he says on the authority of

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a mural meaning

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about house, Omar Ibn Al Fatah, wa The Allahu taala. And who said that he heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying that Verily, actions are by intentions

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and unto everyone will be a reward that is consistent with what he intended.

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So, whoever has made his law, whoever is his law, his migration is to Allah and His Messenger, then his migration is to Allah and His messenger

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and whoever is his euro

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that is the migration is for the world and to gain from it or woman to marry. Then his his euro is for whatever he made his it up for, and every Muslim has heard this heavy.

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However, does every Muslim understand the implications of this? Howdy? Howdy is magnificent. And some of us are anxious to get to this ID and to the next head Ethan. They want to know how many how many do we want to cover per day.

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This handy if it takes us two days, and Alhamdulillah

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and especially some of the early Hubby, inside Muslim the early numbers and 12345 like that.

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The rest of the dean is built upon these headings. So we need we understand them well. Then the understanding of what comes later will be easy and shallow time. A lot of scars scholars start with this idea they start their books with this idea. Mmm Bacardi started his book with this heading. For example.

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They start this Hades because mankind was created to worship Allah Subhana who was added

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and that worship

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in order for it to be accepted by law. In order for it to be valid, it has conditions.

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And the first of those conditions is sincerity of intention.

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So a Muslim has to be conscious of this hadith in every action, that he does every action that he does, he has to be conscious of this heavy because depending on the intention, the deed is either accepted or rejected.

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chat is narrated by Omar alcopop new fan of the Allahu tida angle.

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his lineage meets with the lineage of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a cabinet below eight.

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Who has the seventh grandfather of the Prophet said a lot It was a.

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And

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some of you may wonder, why is that even? Why is that even important?

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It's important because

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loving the Sahaba is from this team.

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As to how he

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said about the companions

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dienen what he meant

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that loving the companions is Dean, and this Amen.

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And that to despise them or to hate them is COVID

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it is disbelief and it is nofap is hypocrisy is still the

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person has transgressed.

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But how can you love people that you do not know?

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How can we emulate the companions of the messengers of the law, it was none of it. We don't know that.

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Many Muslims, if you ask them,

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about their favorite sports team,

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they could name everybody on the team, even if people will never play

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the sub substitute so the people that ride the bench or whatever.

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They could name every single person on the team.

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But if you ask them to name the wives of the prophets of the law, it was alum

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Khadija

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and then there's some stuttering.

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You ask them to name the 10

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that were promised gentlemen.

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Maybe they get something.

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The point is that we have busied ourselves and allowed our brains to become preoccupied with memorizing things that have no benefit.

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And then when it comes to those who we should love and emulate, we don't even know what they are.

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And we don't even take it serious.

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Why does it matter what Omar's father's name? Why, why do we have to know?

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Because it's important to know what his relationship was to the profit. So the line it was something

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anyway, it's an annual, as you never know, he mentions here.

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His Konya

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was Apple Huff's.

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However, he didn't have a child named puffs. An apple bucket did not in my bucket name by the way. It was Abu Bakar

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Abdullah

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Abu Bakar. Then I have a son named bucket,

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usually with the kuhnian, usually with the Konya Abu Philando.

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It's usually because they have a son by that name. But no, that's not always the case. So Omar,

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and Louisa will Huff's but he did not have a child named Huff's. Some of the scholars said he was able Huff's because Huff's means like a lion

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and because of the low tide and who was strong.

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And so maybe they call them Apple house for that reason Allah

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knows best.

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And Noah we whose book was study, he had a Cooney as well as Kenya was Apple executive.

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How many children did he even know he had?

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None because he never got married?

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Mm hmm. No, he's panela. Just to show you our lives, we're joking put Baraka put blessing in a person's life. Man, no, he died when he was 44.

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But he's probably one of the most prominent scholars his book as I mentioned, his book, rehab solid he is all over the world 40 hotties all over the world. It's compilations of Hadith.

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He was one of the greatest scholars of the Shafi method. So

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email me no is Zachary and he didn't have any children whatsoever. And there's actually from the Sunnah to have a Konya even before you get married. It's the process of aligning with some of them said to the to the young child. Yeah.

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I was like someone called him he was a young man. He called him Abu man. He didn't have any children. Obviously, it wasn't even up to age five. The whole point is that he is able house his love

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or the

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The nickname if you will, is Amir almak, meaning

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abubaker is city for the lover and was called halifa to rasulillah, a number called resident Amira meaning, they call him Khalifa to Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam that is the Khalifa of the Messenger of Allah.

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Why because he came right after the Prophet solo it was on them. So they called him to Khalifa and the Prophet alayhi salatu salam indicated this in a hadith which is actually collected or which is actually in this compilation of 40 Howdy, the hadith of a bird in this area, or the data and who the promise of money was sent him said, Whoever from amongst lives is going to see many differences. violate can be soon the team was sonetel whole affair of rashie de la mattina membaca. So hold fast to my son, and the son of the full effect, full of fat is the plural of Khalifa. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam called a bucket and the llama, and Ruth man and Allie rhodiola, full of fat.

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They weren't full of fat. However, however, the Muslims found it a bit tedious to say Khalifa to Khalifa to Rasulullah

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Khalifa of the Khalifa of the Messenger of Allah. So they began to call home about the law of China and one miramont meaning he was the first one for most of the Muslims to have that lockup to be called Amina meanie and then after him this man was called him you know what meaning and idea of the low tide and who was called um, you know, meaning. And then anybody who was in charge of the Muslims in any particular locality was considered to be a mute Elmo meaning

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since this is about intention,

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there's a very interesting story.

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That

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was a major part of

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and it deals directly with intention. And I think that sometimes we need to digress a bit, so that we understand who these companions were, and the status that they had in Islam,

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before the conquest of Mecca,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and made a treaty with the mushrikeen with the pagans of

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that treaty was called the Treaty of

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so famous treaty,

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the Treaty of Batavia, however,

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the

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quraish they breached the treaty.

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And

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they did not do as they said in the treaty rather than attack some of the Muslims or some of those who had accepted Islam at that time, even though they weren't in Medina tribe

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that attacked them. And that attack indicated a clear breach of the treaty that was between the Muslims and

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Croatian.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began to mobilize the Muslims and get them prepared to go to Mecca, and to open Mecca.

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However, there was a companion

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who was a great companion in his own right, his name is how to be belta.

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And he actually fought in the Battle of butter. He was from the mahadji

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and he lived in Mecca before migrating to Medina.

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However, he wasn't from Korea.

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And he left some of his golf in Mecca. And he left some of his family a mecca when he migrated to Medina. And he didn't have anyone to take care of his family and as well that was in Mecca. Like the rest of the companions did, those who had migrated from Medina, excuse me, those who have migrated from Mecca to Medina, all of them, most of them were from Korea. So they had other people family, who would take care of their other family that they have left back the hat hasn't given me both died in Athens, because he wasn't from Korea.

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And so he wanted to do something

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that would be a favor to koresh.

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So that they would protect his family or so that they would lay off so that they would stop harming his family so that they would protect his wealth in Mecca. So has given me both time the state of weakness for the loved one.

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He wrote a letter to grace informing them

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of the plans of the Prophet solo, it was something.

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Now the Prophet did not want anyone to know obviously that he was coming to Mecca he wanted it to be a surprise.

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But he wrote this letter. And there was a woman

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from Mecca who was in Medina at that particular time. And hats up, gave her the letter. And he said, take this to the leaders of any name.

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And this is collected in style Bukharian, Sai Muslim and other books of Hadith.

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And so, Allah azza wa jal informed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of what happened.

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He revealed to him that he had sent this letter with a woman

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who was intending to take the letter to police to let them know that the Muslims will go into

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the practice of law it was sent Annie

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to go out to find the woman.

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He said, go to all the top, which is a place outside of Medina, on the way to Mecca. And you will find a woman there. That woman has a letter with her, bring the letter back to me, the promise I sent him didn't tell them what was in the letter. He said, Bring the letter back to me.

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So I'll leave it alone.

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They roll it out to roll the talk and they saw a lady.

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And they said to her hand over the letter,

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she said I don't have a letter.

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They said hand over the letter. She said, but I don't have any letter.

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They say indeed the Prophet sallallahu wasallam informed us that there will be a woman here with the letter, either give us the letter, or we're going to strip you from head to toe, and we'll take the look.

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And so she had actually braided the letter inside of her hair and her braids. She unbraided her hair, took the letter out and she gave them the lip. They took it back to the province of aloha it was suddenly

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that letter, there are different narrations as to what it contains.

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But anyway, the whole point is that has informed or was trying to inform grace that the Muslims will come

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out of the Allahu tada and level hufs ameerul momineen was there. He wasn't a mere meanie at the time. But he was there. And he say Otto sutala, Danny

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ohnaka hadn't won F.

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O Messenger of Allah.

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Allow me

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to

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hit the neck. So slice the neck of this hypocrite

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now have to was a great campaign for embedded

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China and who saw that act as being an act of betrayal.

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But the Prophet salallahu idea was Selim was not hasty.

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He didn't judge how to right away. He wanted to know what was his intention,

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intention in

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the net.

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So he said

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ma hamelech Allah sonnax

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what is it that has caused you to do what you have done?

00:53:47--> 00:53:47

Now

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had someone

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sent a letter

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aligning or Allah align themselves aligning themselves with the grace against the Muslims. This is clear Cofer

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scleritis belief you want

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the Muslims to be to lose, you want the price to be victorious, and you want to be over Islam. This is this is clear disbelief. But that was not the intention of how

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he informed the prophets of Allah it was on him. He said, O Messenger of Allah, I have not done what I have done out of disbelief and align His Messenger, nor have I done it

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as a as a as apostasy, as though I've just believed that I believed my belief. And I know and this is what he said to the messenger saliva. I know that Allah is going to aid His Messenger and Islam. However, I had family and wealth and Mecca, and all of the other companions have someone protecting their family, and I don't have to

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Anyone in Mecca so he did it out of weakness of he meant at that particular time.

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And even though his Eman was weak at that particular time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said to the companions, including oma, or the Allahu anhu that he has told the truth

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ooh de la Kira don't say anything about him except good.

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La la la,

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la la, la la la vida sakala, a man who Masha

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Allah, perhaps Allah has looked at the people who have fought and better, better, better, better veterans, if that's the way to say.

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We'll call

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in Neela.

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Do as you will do as you please, because I have forgiving. And so this shows us the importance one of the things that shows us the importance of intention.

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One of the things that shows us the importance of intention, had he intended by his action, that action could have been the same action had intended by that letter

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to make Polish victorious over the Muslims,

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then that would have been an act of disbelief.

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But that was not his intention. And so his act was not permissible.

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It was not something that was permissible, but it was not an act that took him outside of the fold of Islam.

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Now,

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this heady enamal ama Binya was only narrated by Omar

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Mundi alongside and there's no other narrator is no other Sahabi that narrated this heavy on the messages Hello.

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And the only one who narrated this hadith on Omar

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was a Tabby

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we are Sahaba they are the companions of the Prophet I sell them. And then we have their students they are called the taburiente.

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The only Tabby that narrated this Hadees on the low side and who was l comma L comma.

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And the only person who narrated that comma was Mohammed bin Ibrahim attaining.

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And the only person who narrated the hadith of Mohammed bin Ibrahim potami. Was he I have to say that I'm sorry.

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And then after him, many narrators narrated this particular heavy

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that is significant because emammal Bacardi

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started his hobbies, excuse me started his compilation of hobbies party with this hobby. Is it that has a what they call a very snappy I need that is that the chain of narrators does not they're not multiple chains of narrowings.

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And that's significant because there are some there were early sex for most of the Muslims, who said that we don't accept the Hadith like that, that only come with one chain of narration I have to be other chains of narration. And some of the Muslims today sadly, I've been affected by those previous groups that say we don't accept a hat either a hat we don't accept Danny narrations that come with a solitary chain of narratives.

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McCarty's book is the most authentic book in the dunya after the Quran, and he started his book with this, how do you get all of the Muslims accepted?

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So it shows that the Muslims have accepted I had either had from the beginning of, of the compilation of Hadith.

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But also it shows the importance. And perhaps this is what he meant when boccardi why he started hiding with this, or his book with this howdy is to show the importance of intention. And that even in the study of hobbies, you need to have proper intention. Interestingly enough

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MMO Bacardi concludes his site

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with a lady that has a solitary chain of narratives. And that is the Hadith where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said

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Kenny Madani

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Habib attorney,

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coffee

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some tea let's Annie filmi Zan. So Hannah live over Hamdi subhana wa halabi.

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There are two statements akella in Arabic, by the way is not always translated as a word sometimes as a statement. There are two statements that are beloved Tara man, so the merciful Allah Hannah what's added? He loves these two statements. They are easy on the tongue.

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light on the tongue but heavy in the scales. That is the scales on the piano.

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Those two statements are some Hannah law he will be handing sapan Allahu la v. and a Muslim should keep his tongue wet with the remembrance of Allah

01:00:18--> 01:00:24

all the time. So panelo will be handy some handle on the use of analog from the lower, lower, lower, lower, lower

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shape and best buy more low to add

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between eating foods, like at the time when its hand would go down to pick up something and put it in his mouth. He'd be making the rounds.

01:00:44--> 01:01:04

I mean, these are live examples that some of us may have seen for ourselves. And the narrations on the seller for many about the remembrance of Allah subhana wa what's at some of them said, make the care of a lot of the people say that you are mentioning a guy is talking to himself.

01:01:05--> 01:01:09

Alone, all they see is your song.

01:01:11--> 01:01:15

And from the greatest of the key is to c'est la ilaha illAllah.

01:01:17--> 01:01:28

And from the subtleties of this word La la la la, which is what the scholars will be caught with the scholars called Kelly metallic class, it is the statement of a class

01:01:44--> 01:01:47

from the best remembrance of allies

01:01:48--> 01:01:50

from the best decay that a person can do

01:01:52--> 01:01:54

is to c'est la ilaha illAllah

01:01:55--> 01:02:05

from the subtleties of La Ilaha Illa LA is that none of the letters in La ilaha illAllah require you to move your lips.

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And so you can say that you know hey Lola and no one even knows that you are making the ticket. Because it is the word of the class it is the statement of a class and from the greatest classes that you do actions that no one else knows about.

01:02:23--> 01:02:30

As opposed to the other forms of debt gives a panel over hundreds of panel Aladdin which is where we started where your lips do have to move.

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It is not the same as 99 but there is no problem in that whatsoever obviously, because the prophets of Allah it was son of informed us that these words are are these statements are beloved to our men, and they are light on the tongue and heavy on the scales.

01:02:49--> 01:02:52

Bacardi started his book talking about a net.

01:02:53--> 01:03:07

And then he ended the book talking about the scales, the actions that will be waived on the Day of Judgment is an indication that that weighing will have a lot to do with the person's intention and that is the base.

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This Hadeeth in the Mill Avenue vignette that actions are by intentions.

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The moment that I remember Mandy Rahim Allah, Allah said that if I was to write a book, I would start every chapter with this heading.

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And many of the scholars many of the scholars started their books with this Heidi emammal Baba Rahim Allah has two books, Shara Hassan and wasabi Hassan he bought he started both of them within the mme Albania

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on the Tula can

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a book compiled by of the lineal democracy, which many students memorize.

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It started with in the mme Albania acts as a buying sanctions

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Alucard he started his book with it, and many other scholars.

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And the reason why is because

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a person when reading knowledge needs to purify his intention.

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You cannot seek knowledge so that you can go argue with other people who have knowledge so that you can sit in

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houses of people when they say he's a scholar and they ask you questions or something like this.

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As a matter of fact, the prophets of Allah Hi, there was some said that the first from the first people to be sentenced to the Hellfire on the Day of Judgment is a party.

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Someone who has memorized the Quran and used to read the Quran

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and when it was said to him, why did you memorize the Quran?

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He said I memorize the Quran so that I could teach the people

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the Quran and teach the people knowledge and memorize the Quran for you

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You see, and it will be said to him because you have lived. You read the Quran so that the people say you were a party.

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And so it has been said, from the justice of Allah Subhana Allah is that the person got what he intended.

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He memorized the Quran so that the people could say was a party and he got that the people said he was a party, but it won't be of any benefit for him on the day of judgment on OPM.

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And so, intention is extremely important to recognize mmm Shafi. By mahalo Tana said that this Hadeeth minimal amount of money yet enters into 70 chapters of film

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enters into 70 chapters of film,

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and 70 here,

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and the Arabic language

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a lot of times is used to show that something is plentiful. And in other words, this enters into every battlefield. If you look at the word 70 into STEM film slavery in America,

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if you were to seek forgiveness for them talking about the hypocrites 70 times a law would still not forgive them. Does that mean that if you sought forgiveness so the problem is I'm so forgiveness to them 71 times or 72 times that they would be forgiven though the word 70 is used by the Arabs to indicate a lot the same way in English, where you say 100 I called you 100 times.

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You don't mean literally that you call someone on your time It means that you call them a lot of times. So, the word 70 is used in Arabic In a similar fashion.

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Likewise,

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an email man made

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by him Allah tada

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said that this is a third of knowledge, this has been in the mallamma when yet is a third of knowledge.

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And he said that, why is that because he said that the foundation of knowledge is three Hadeeth now before we mentioned what the three hobbies are, that is take a look at who mmm Acme was even Achmad as a as a famous book and he was from the mohideen he was from the scholars of Heidi.

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He has a famous book called moose net lmm Achmad Yani a compilation of headed by men. And it's 50 volumes

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50 volumes, the edited version, over 40,000 heavy

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five out of those 40,000 Heidi because we're not talking about somebody who just knows 10 heads and he says these three heads are the most important. We're talking about someone who memorized and compiled 40,000 Howdy. They said that the foundation of the dean goes back to three. This gives us this gives us a great benefit because he he summarized a lot for us. He said that it goes back to 300. The first Heidi in the malamala bindi and the very early actions are by intentions. The second is men after fiemme Nina Hi, I'm Alex amin, who, for whoever I did, whoever invents something or whoever introduces something into this affair of ours that is not from it, it will be rejected.

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Because I need this collective. Also it's in the 40 Heidi who knows and the third Hadeeth is the idea of a normal Albanian while haram begun, though that which is halaal is clear. And that which is haram is clear. ouabain overmountain moron mustafabad and between them there are affairs that are doubtful.

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Rahim Allah Allah explains this statement of an Imam.

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And it's a very important statement. He says that the deen is built upon commands and prohibitions. Allah subhanaw taala has told you to do something, or he has prohibited you from doing something. And then there are other fairs that are doubtful so you should avoid them. But you're doing an action.

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Your performance of an action of a deed that Allah Allah has commanded you to do, must fulfill two conditions.

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It must be sincerely for Allah as the witches in the Malema look beneath. The first part is Allah Allah Allah will be that there are things that have been commanded and things that have been prohibited.

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