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Lesson 1 – Chapter 1 Hadith 1


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The conversation discusses the importance of learning the Prophet sallaviess and the shadow of the Quran in achieving the holy eye. The history and significance of the Hadith and its use as a guide for the Prophet's teachings is emphasized, along with the use of authentic hadiths and the book of guidance as a guide for the way the Prophet has taught. The conversation also touches on the history and significance of the Hadith and its use as a guide for the Prophet's spiritual teachings. The importance of practicing one's writing style and learning their writing style is emphasized, along with the need for practice in learning their writing.

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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are you all doing?

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una sala de la sua him Karim amadora feroza Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim. Rubbish Rashi assadi way a silly MD. Dr. Melissa Yakubu Kohli. Robin has eaten aroma Allahumma salli ala Muhammad in varla early Mohammed in gamma for later Allah Ibrahim, where are the early Ibrahim in naka hamidah Majeed Allahumma Burdick I don Mohammed in where are the early Mohammed in camera Baraka Allah Ibrahim. Ibrahim in naka hamidah Maji. So inshallah Today we will begin our study of the book Sahih al Bukhari. But before we open the book, and before we read the name of the book, and read about the author of the book, and what the book says, there is a very

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important thing that we should be clear about in our minds, which is, is it important to study Hades? Is it necessary? Is it beneficial? We're about to study the most authentic book of Hades. But before we do that, we must know why are we doing this? It gives us a very deep understanding of the book of Allah subhanaw taala of the Quran. Why else is it necessary? That our Deen is not just about certain beliefs, it's not just about faith, but rather it's a whole way of life. So it's important to know the theology whatever the faith what you believe in, but at the same time, you have to know how are you supposed to live this theme? How are you supposed to practice this theme and the Sunnah

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of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that is what teaches us, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was a role model for the people. However, we were not alive when the prophet SAW the Lotus and it was here, isn't it? So we've never met him. We've never attended his sermons. We've never traveled with him. We've never prayed with him. However, the Hadith teaches us how he prayed, where he went, what he did, what he said, how he advised what he instructed. So this is why it's very important for us to learn the Hadees anything else that comes to your mind that when a person becomes a Muslim, he has to say the Shahada. And the Shahada has two parts. One is the belief in Allah subhanaw taala,

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah and the second is Mohammed avasarala. So you learn about the words of Allah, where in the Quran and the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where do you learn that from? From the Hadith? So to complete our imagine Allah subhanaw taala What do we do? Study the Quran, and to complete and perfect and improve our email in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam What do we have to do? steady the Hadith? Allah Subhana Allah says, Allah Allah, ha, what lt over soon obey Allah and obey the messenger, obey Allah. Okay? You find it about what Allah subhanaw taala commanded you opened the book of Allah obey the messenger, what did he say? What did he

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instruct What did he command, you have to open up his words, to increase our love for the Prophet sallallahu Salah, because that is also a very important part of human. What did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say that now you know,

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none of you can become a true believer until and unless I become the most beloved to him more than his family, his children, his parents, even himself, and as well. So you cannot love a person until you know him, isn't it? And how do you get to know about a person when you learn about what they said? When you learn about how they lived? Those who disobey the messenger? sallallahu wasallam they will be extremely ashamed and embarrassed on the Day of Judgment. So how do we save ourselves from disobeying the messenger obeying Him and how do you do that? By learning about what he has commanded? To learn more about how to improve in our worship because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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he was the best of Allah? Which is why he is called the act of Allah so many times in the Quran, isn't it? So? So he was the best worshiper? So how did he worship Allah? subhanaw taala? We have to know about that. And how do we know about that? From the Hadith and only one we know about that, then can we implement that and improve ourselves? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the best teacher? And in order to know how to teach people how to call people to Islam, how to do Dawa, how to correct someone when they're making a mistake. What do we have to do? Look at the role model look at the best example look at the best teacher exactly that the commands are given in the Quran. But

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what's their detail? Where do you learn that from? From the Hadith? Now, before that, what is the Hadees Hadees Is there anyone? It's a science. It's knowledge, youth, Gadhafi, in which is mentioned, acquire new Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam acquire what are the statements

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words, it's a science, it's a knowledge in which are mentioned what the statements of the messengers that allow me to send them, but not just his statements will have IE and also his actions and not just his actions, but also what the clarity What are they his approvals, as well as what hallette he tea and also his circumstances, meaning, the important incidents of his life where he went, what he did, so, out of that also you learn from where from the Hadith. So, to summarize all that we have discussed so far, it is important, it is necessary to study the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because first of all, it is the shadow of the Quran. It is the explanation of the Quran, it

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is the terpene of the Quran what is the been mean to make something clear, so it is a clarification of the Quran. After studying the Quran, it is necessary that we know what its explanation is you must have thought those 18 months we spent studying the seeds so now we're studying the shutter. Definitely. Now that they've sealed the plan is also done how with the eyes of the Quran as well as the Hadith of the messenger sallallahu wasallam Allah subhanaw taala says hello to natural if 44 one Zenn La La kawika little Bay unilin se Manu Zilla la hymn that the Quran has been revealed to you why, so that you may make clear to the people the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was sent to clarify the

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Quran. Now if you read the Quran, but you don't know the clarification, the explanation the knowledge is incomplete. Similarly, we see in the Quran Allah subhanaw taala also mentions laugher the man Allahu Allah meaning his birth a fee him Rasulullah min and fusina Allah has done a huge favor on the believers when he sent a messenger from among themselves and this messenger What does he do yet to do or lay him It will use a key him where you are Lima homolka taba will hikmah I want you to notice two things over here.

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First of all, yet look at the Prophet sallallahu Sallam What did he do? recited the ayat when he recited the iottie conveyed the Quran. But is that sufficient? No. Which is why if you look further in the ayah, where you are I Lima homegirl kita, he taught them the book, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not just convey the book to us, he also taught the book, where are those teachings? Where are they in the Hadith of the messenger? So

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this is why it's essential that we learn the Hadith as well. Because sometimes a lot of importance is given on the study of the book of Allah. Of course, that's very important, but remember that your understanding your knowledge will be incomplete unless and until you study the Hadith as well. Similarly, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also taught and hikma What is it? hikmah

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wisdom, right? And literally, what does it mean? What does Hickman mean, to play something where it belongs, meaning to do something as it should be done in the right manner, in the right methodology? So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us how to do what Allah subhanaw taala wants us to do. So it is an hikma. Then it's an obligation on us as well. To know what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said to know what he taught, how is it an obligation? Allah Subhana Allah says women Docomo rasuluh, for Hulu, whatever the messenger gives to you, then what should you do? Take it woman a hug man who, until whatever he forbids you from stay away from it. So what did he teach us? What did he forbade

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us from? We have to learn about that, and that is why the study of the Hadith is essential. Then we also see that when a person studies that Hadith, when a person learns about the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then he gets to know more about the messenger, when he will learn more about the messenger. In fact, he will love him. We learned that once Imam Bukhari he was teaching one of his students, and he was narrating one Hadith after another. And you know that a Mambo hottie he did not just know a few, a Hadith, he knew 1000s hundreds and 1000s of Hadith. And this was his passion. So just imagine a person who's talking to you about something that they're very passionate

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about, how do you think they will speak about it at length, isn't it so you may get bored of it, but they will never get bored of it. So even Buhari, he was teaching one of his students and he was narrating one Hades after the other. And all of a sudden, he felt afraid that his student might get bored, that it's enough now I don't want to learn anymore. I'd like a break. I'd like to do something else. And you know what he said to him, he said to him, be happy and at peace, be happy and at peace for the people of games. They're busy with their games and the workers. They're busy with their work, and businessmen are busy with their business. But as for you, you are studying the

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Hadith of the messenger sallallahu sallam. You

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You are with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his companions. When a person is studying the Hadees, it's like as if he enters into another world, isn't it? When you read a biography, then it's as though you are living with that person, isn't it? And when they get happy at something you are happy, when they become sad, because it's something you start crying, why are you crying? Nothing happened to you, you are perfectly safe, isn't it? But why is it that you jump out of excitement? Or tears start to fall down your eyes? Why is it so because when you are studying about a person, it's as though you are with them. So when you study about the words of the messenger, when you study

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about his circumstances, about his actions, then it's as though you are with him. And when you're with him, obviously, you will grow in your knowledge of Him, your love for him. So this is why it's essential that we study the Hadees as well. Then also very, very important that we improve ourselves. The study of the Hadith, why is it necessary so that we can improve ourselves? A lot of what Allah says in the Quran naka de Cana leconfield rasulillah he was one Hasina. There is a beautiful, an excellent pattern for you an excellent example for you to follow in who in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Salah. So this is why it's important that we know about it, because

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how can we follow that example without even knowing what it is? And also, it's essential in order to earn the love of Allah soprano. Because the most beloved way, the most beloved actions to Allah subhanaw taala, His Messenger so long as Allah, Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran called in content there have been Allah, but they were only follow the messenger. Why? Why? Because His ways are the best, the most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala, which is why would a person follows this sooner than what will happen. You have common law, Allah who also love you, the goal of every believer should be to earn the love of Allah soprano. Because when a person earns a love of Allah,

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then he is fine in this dunya in the grave, on the day of judgment in the Hereafter, then he's fine. But if a person is in such a state where allies upset with him, when a lead does not approve of his actions, then that person is a loser in this dunya at the time of death, in the grave at the time of hardship, in the Hereafter, he's a loser. So how is it that we earned the love of Allah by following the messenger sallallahu wasallam. This is why it's essential that we study the Hadees. And also it's essential that in order to be deserving of the draw of the prophets of Allah, which there are, you know, you think about it, that when the companions You know, when they were with the Prophet

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sallallahu sallam, if they did something, prophets, Allah suddenly draw for them. We learned the Quran, Allah Subhana, Allah says, hoodman and while he himself has gotten to the hero homea was Ali Ali, the takers of the kata people bring, and also pray for them. In South Africa, second, the home that you're there for them is a means of satisfaction for them. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam is praying for us. Now imagine, how can we get that door? We're not with him, isn't it? We're not with him. We cannot go and give a gift to the prophets that allowed them to earn his draw. So how can we be deserving of the door of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prayed? He

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said, that not not a lahoma. And that may Allah make the face of a person glow and fresh and shining and happy and pleasant. Which person, any person know a special person? And who is he? That semia Amina had eaten, the person who heard it had these from us. He heard a statement of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and then after hearing the statement of the messengers that have autism, what did you do? Did you just forget it? Did you say oh, wow, that was impressive. No, for heavy Allah who then he memorized it. He memorized what the prophets that allowed us under said, so a person who memorized the statements of the messenger. For him the prophets are allowed to sit and pray that May

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Allah keep his face, glowing and pleasant, and happy and fresh. And then he didn't just memorize it, but Hector oberliga, who come as Samir, who, until he conveyed it, just as he heard it, he heard the Hadees he memorized it, and what did he do? He passed it on. This is why we see that Sofia even arena, great scholar of the past he said that moment I hadn't yet global hadiza in Laffy watchi nebra there is no person who is seeking the Hadith, meaning he is learning memorizing the Hadith, except that in his face has freshness except that in his faces pleasantness except that in his faces radiance. Now, who doesn't want an extra bit of beauty? Of course, every woman loves it, right?

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Everyone wants it, every person wants it. So the profits or losses that I made the the person who memorizes the Hadith hears it and conveys it as he heard it may have

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bookkeepers face fresh. So if we want that, then we must study the hedis. That's the first step because passing it on is the second step and before that memorizing it is the second step. Then we alternate about another Hadees, in which we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he made a DA and he said along what honkala he that Oh Allah, have mercy on my qualified qualify

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your successors. So Allahumma hem qualify Taylor, it was said

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that Who are you qualified or messenger of Allah? Who I let this hover asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam replied, alladhina Yamuna, ha de, where your alumina nurse, those who narrate my ahaadeeth and they also teach them to people, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prayed for Allah's mercy for them, how can you narrate the Hadees without even learning it? When can you narrate something? When can you talk about something when can you pass something on when you know it yourself? So this is why it's essential that we learn the Hadith as well.

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And another very important reason why we must study the Hadith is to get to gender. Because that's the goal of every believer to get to gender. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Man, I have personality, whoever loves my son, have many than in fact, he has loved me. Tell me, can you love the Sona without knowing the sun? Can you love the sinner without loving the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? No, it's not possible. So when I have personality, I have many women. I have Benny can America, Fujian and whoever loves me, he will be with me in January. So if you want to be in genma, and if you want to be with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam engine, then what do we have to do? Follow

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his Sunnah. Love isn't love the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and that is not possible unless we know what the sun is. And for that purpose, we are going to study the book. So he alohar. Now this book, Sir, he helped Buhari. What do you think the name of this book is? So he will highly? Is that the name of the book? No, that's just the abbreviated the average name of the book that is used by the people in general, the actual property name and there are two versions of the name, there is a slight difference. I'm going to give you only one, which is the longer version. And this name is Al Jaromir Asahi elucid and most of our main ohmori Rasulullah Salallahu early he was Sallam was Sunni.

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He was a young he.

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What does he mean? Let me test you. Comprehensive. Why is it called a geometry? How is it comprehensive? In what way? It covers all of the topics? What topics that we see that in the past, different types of books of Hadith have been written? For example, some scholars, they only focused on fic. If you could move them around, for example, it's a book of fake but also book of Hadith, isn't it? So all the chapters that are in that book are about fake? And how has the author shown his arguments and proven his points? How is he done that by quoting a Hadees? So that book is not Jameer? Why? Because it's only about one topic, which topic fit. Similarly, there are other books of

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Hadith which are only about a pita, for example, whether only about the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, for example, or they're only about the seed. gem here is a kind of Hadees book, which covers all the different topics, all the different themes, all the different subjects that you can learn from the Hardys from our thida, amen.

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The feet of the Quran, do mallozzi the battles the expeditions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Similarly, a recaulk, meaning heart softeners cemetery desert, which teaches about abstaining from over indulging in adonia. Similarly, Addabbo, Baum, will give us the etiquettes of eating and the etiquettes of wearing clothes. So all such topics are covered in Algeria.

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So hey, Buhari, is it a big book of Hadith? Is it Yeah, how big is it? Several volumes that you have. Right? You must have been shocked when you saw that huge box. This whole boxes Buhari Yes, this whole box, isn't it? Why is it so long? Because of all the different topics that this book covers? And Jeremy Asahi, what does he mean? authentic beheading. He wrote only the most authentic hadith in this book. And although he was familiar with he had memorized, authentic hadith as well as unauthentic ones, but Which ones did he select for his book, authentic, but wasn't just authentic, not the most authentic, meaning the most authentic. For example, when it came to narratives, they

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weren't just any narrators. They were the best ones.

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The most credible ones the most trustworthy ones. So I'll Jeremy Asahi and because the man Buhari selected the most authentic ahadees for his book, this is why the scholars have said that so hey Buhari, what is it? A Sahil kitabi Baraka kita Bella. It is the most authentic book after the book of Allah subhanaw taala after the Quran, then all Muslims, what is muslimeen is from the word centered and centered is the chain of narrators. So the idea is that Mr. Buhari has mentioned in this book, How are they How has he mentioned, with the chains, with the complete chains going all the way up to the messenger solonius Allah after a Muslim and mocked us off, what does MacArthur

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mean? brief? Remember, how he as I told you earlier, he knew many of these, but if you think about it, how many hobbies does his book have around 7000? So you wonder, are there only 7000 hobbies? No, there are many more. There is a book by Giovanni Silsila hadiza Saha that he has collected all of the different Sahara hobbies which are found in other books as well. And he's put them together in that book. So, Mr. Buhari, he did not put all of the authentic hadith in this book, but rather he selected only a few. Why is it so? It is said that among Buhari he said that I have inserted nothing but authentic her these narrations in this book. And I have abstained from including many authentic

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hadith narrations in it as well. I've included many, and I've abstained from any while I abstain from any fearing that it would become too long of a book. Otherwise it would become extremely long. So as Jeremy of Sahara and Muslim

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men ohmori Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Hadees that are in this book, How are they? What are they about? mean ohmori Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam mean from Omo, the matters the affairs of the messenger sallallahu wasallam. So that had these What are they? the affairs of the messengers that allowed us I mean, the matters related to him. And this includes his words, this includes his actions, this includes his approvals. So all of these matters, they are recorded in this book, and not just the move, but also was soon any soon as a form of Sunnah. And what is so now the way the practice of someone, but as a technical term, what is this on? The way of the Prophet

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sallallahu Sunnah. So it refers to his ways, his practices that are created that he taught the knowledge that he gave us. So the legal judgments? What a yummy, a yam is a poor enough. Yo yo means de, but the word a yam, a Yemen law, what does it refer to major historical events, remember, so the yellow of the messenger, so a lot of sudden what are the events of his life, because every major and minor event is also related, that is also recorded. So the events of his life, this includes the battles that he went to this includes how he spent the day, this includes, you know, the different incidents that happened, for example, the birth of the Son, the death of his son, his marriage, so

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on and so forth. Now, one more thing about Sahiba hottie that, remember that this book is a very, very important book, in the sense that wherever Islam has reached, what has reached the book of Allah has reached over there, and along with the book of Allah, what else has reached over there? So he will have He has also reached over there, isn't it? The word Buhari is a word that people are not unfamiliar with, isn't a term, they may not know about even Marja. They may not know about it, but what do they know? Buhari, isn't it? So, this book is authentic, this book is a very, very important book, the way that it has spread the way that it has become famous the way that almost every single

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believer, every single Muslim is familiar with the name of this book, what is it show that how Allah subhanaw taala inshallah granted this effort, acceptance, which is why it has spread far and wide. Then we also see that in all of history, no other book has reached a level that this book has reached the level that the Hebrew it has reached, no other book has read, obviously, the work of a loss of time that understood, but after the book of Allah, this book is the most famous book, this book has reached a level which no other book has reached. And we see that the name of the book, and Jeremy Asahi and Muslim woman omoni Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam personally, what a yummy this name

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itself is a preface to the book. You know, every time you open a book, you read a preface, right? what the book is about. The author has some notes some introduction.

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This is all the introduction. Somebody once said about Iran Buhari, that he has many, many good characteristics, many good qualities but of his best qualities is that he speaks little. Mohali did not speak a lot, he spoke very less. And we see that evident in his book as well, that how the entire preface is summarized in just one statement in the title of his book. And we see that Sahih Bukhari This is a book not just of Hadees, but it is also a book of fish, in the sense that the way Mr. Bahari has compiled the Hadees, the way he has, given the chapter headings and the way he has mentioned that ahaadeeth under those chapter headings, he's actually proving a point already. He's

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not just randomly put together all of the headings that he wanted to put, but he's organized them in a particular way, giving chapter headings which actually prove very important points, which inshallah you will enjoy learning about, as you study this book. And in this book, there are 7275 bodies including repetitions, why are there repetitions in the book inshallah we will learn about that, as I mentioned to you earlier, in truthfulness in authenticity. This book is an actual book of a loss of Panther abort one settler who kita bloody yet alone kita houda that he has meaning Mr. Bahari, he wrote he has a book which follows the book of guidance, in what sense in authenticity, in

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truthfulness, and how the CLT This is a Seattle meaning this is a great position for them. Remember, what they were told means a huge mountain, meeting this honor, is like a huge mountain laissez faire, which cannot be broken, meaning it's an accepted, understood fact that this book is authentic. Every single study in this book is authentic. Now, this is a huge honor. Because every other book, you know, you might find some difference of opinion. But this book, undisputable. This is why we see that the scholars of the past they have greatly appreciated the book of Mr. Bahari. For example, we learned that at the Hubby, he said, there were a man to travel for an entire year.

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If a man was to travel for an entire year, to hear a German officer here, he would not be expanding wasted energy. If a person were to travel for an entire year to get somewhere, and found there he was to hear so hey, Oh, honey, he's not wasting his effort. He's not wasting his time. He's not wasting his money. The journey of an entire year is worth it. So every day that you're coming, every hour that you're sitting through studying this book, learning this book, getting more familiar with this book, know that you're not wasting your time. You're not wasting even one second, even one moment, even one cent. You know, for example, this book, it was quite expensive. Those of you who

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purchased it, you must thought about it that it's over $100 I mean, why is it so expensive? What's the big deal. And just remember that every dollar that you spend on this book, it's worth it. All that we have to do is spend $125, a scholars of the past they had to spend much more in order to study this Hardee's in order to study this book, because they had to travel, you couldn't just go to a bookstore and buy the book. No, they had to travel there to find a teacher, and that teacher would narrow it to them. So a lot of money, a lot of time a lot of effort would go into it. But what is the scholars capacity, it's worth it. Then we also see the level of the Roman and he said, of all

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these books, meaning of all the different Hadees compile nations, none is better than the book of Mohammed even is married meaning of a man behind this book is the best book of all these books. It will hold on he wrote that I have heard many many scholars say that to explain al Buhari his book is a debt that has to be paid by this nation is a debt that has to be paid by the soma, meaning he wrote the book, but now you have to explain it. You have to spread it you have to tell people what it means. And this explanation is a debt that has to be paid by the soma meaning this is a work that is extremely important, extremely necessary. Now the author of this book, who is he? We know of him

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as Mr. Bahari, but what was his actual name? Muhammad even is married, but he also had a cornea. And what is that cornea about Abdullah? Okay? But did you just tell Laconia? No, he had a title as well. So, his title What does that

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mean? What does it mean? leader, the leader of all these scholars, many many, many scholars, Mr. Bahari is like their leader is at the top. Mr. Manohar. deseen ameerul momineen Fl Hadees, the leader of believers when it comes to Hades, meaning the greatest authority

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On Fridays, in other words, who is a minimum? What meaning generally this word is used for who?

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Isn't it? Like the president, the greatest authority? So when it comes to how these who is the greatest authority who is the leader of the believers? Mr. Buhari, so many different Hadith, Abu Abdullah Abdullah Abdullah, the father of Abdullah, this was his cornea. Now, some people say that this shows that Mr. mcquarry actually had a son and his name was Abdullah. Others say that no, he never got married, and he never had any children. So why was he given the skinnier than Abdullah? This was in order to distinguish his name from other people who may have the same name, because his name was Mohammed Amin. Muhammad is a name that is extremely common. So how do you distinguish

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Muhammad, the author of this book from so many other kamatera there by giving him the cornea so he had this cornea, Abu Abdullah, so our Abdullah was his cornea. Mohammed was his name. Muhammad even is married. He was a son of Izmir eel. So what is it sure that his marine was who his father, his father's name was, I will hessen this marine married his cornea was our husband. And his father was also a muhaddith. Meaning he also narrated Hadith he also taught Hadith he also studied it, and he was a student of Mr. Malik. And also he was a student of Abdullah bin mobarak of the Lebanon Barak. He wasn't a student, but he actually spent a lot of time with him as well. And he narrated Hadees

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from many different scholars, Hamad bin Zayed Malik, so on and so forth. And he hasn't this Marine, he was a very pious man. And we see that he was so careful that at the time of his death, he said to one of his companions, that the money that I have, I don't even find one Dirham that is helpful, meaning every single Deer Hunter I have ever earned. I know that it is Hello. Not even a single Dirham of my earned wealth off my acquired wealth. I find out. I'm 100% sure that it's gonna. This is how careful he was that he was actually able to say that. So our Abdullah, Mohammed even is married, who is married, he was a son of even Ibrahim and who was Ibrahim ebenen mahira. And who was

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a movie hero. He was a virgin birth this way. What does this mean? This birth is gay. This is not an Arabic name. What does it show that Iran Buhari was not an Arab Who was he non Arab. But this way, he was from the area of Mahara. And he was a non Muslim. He was a fire worshipper. And his son Marilla embraced Islam when Islam reached that land, you understand? So but this way, he was not a Muslim. But his son unmoving, you know he embraced Islam when Islam reach those lands over there. And when is it that Islam reached over there? It is said that at the time of me more Alia, or at the time of her genuine use of it is when the area of Lausanne where Bukhara is that was conquered, and

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it was then that where are we are he embraced Islam? Now, these are all of his Mohammed even his marine is married his father Ibrahim, his grandfather, movie era, but this way all of these people are who remember Harry's ancestors. Now after them, we see the word alcoholic. So what does it show al Bukhari was not actually his name. We understand alcohol he was not actually his name, alcohol. He Why is he called al Bukhari because he was from Bihar. This is why he was called El Buhari. And when was Mr. Buhari born, he was born in the year 194, after he dropped on the 13th of shower. Now after a majority, this is the name of the person at whose hands mahila embrace embraced Islam.

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Molina, the great grandfather of a man Buhari embraced Islam.

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But why does he get his name? It was a tradition at the time that a person would adopt the name, or the name of the tribe of the person at whose hands he embraced Islam. And this relationship was known as a relationship of one up just as a person, if he was a slave of someone, when he freed him, that person would get the name of the master who freed him, his ex Master, you understand? Why? Because the master did a huge favor to him, that he freed him of slavery. Similarly, that person did a huge favor to him when he told him about Islam, and when the other embrace Islam at his hands. So this is why the people of the time they would get the name of who the person is hands, they embrace

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Islam, and it wasn't just that they get that name but rather their children descendants they would even adopt that name, which is why we see the moolah embrace Islam at the hands of many

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Durfee, but Mr. Buhari, he also got the name. And if you think about it, this is very interesting that when you get a new name, what does it mean? It says though, a new life has begun. So similarly when a person would embrace Islam, it was as though he began a new life, a new relationship was established. So, this is the name of Mr. Bahari. inshallah, we will learn more about him as we study, so he will hurry I cannot cover all about him in one session in two sessions, there's a lot to his life. So inshallah, I'll give you, you know, a little bit of information inshallah with every session that we have. But just for now, before we actually opened the book, we learned that among

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Buhari, he was a great scholar of Hades. And he didn't just become a great scholar, just like that. No, he started memorizing Hadith from a very, very young age. Rama Hari said about himself on him to Heswall Hadith he was NFL mcta. I was so inspired to memorize Hades while I was still in the mucked up. What does that mean? Like a primary school where you're learning how to read how to write the basic things. So when he was still in primary school, you can say he had this urge this desire, this intention, this plan this goal in his head that he was going to memorize Hadees and one of the students asked and said, How old were you then? He said, about 10 years of age. Is there anybody

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here who's 10 years of age? So Mr. mojari, he began memorizing Hadith At what age 10? What do we think? A 10 year old? What is he going to do? He doesn't know anything. How many of our 10 year olds even know the name of ohare? How many, very few, but Mr. Bahari started memorizing Heidi's at that age. And we see that he studied in his hometown of Bukhara until he was 16 years of age. And then after that, he traveled to Makkah, and he lived there for a while. And from there, he went to Medina. And over there also he studied for a while and he didn't just stop in Makkah and Medina, but he went beyond that. And he went so many places, which is why we see that a man Buhari, he said I

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visited a sham and Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula twice a sham Egypt, Arabian peninsula how many times two times and bustle four times I resided in Accra jazz for six years, and I cannot even count the number of times I entered hufa and bonded with other howdy scholars. I don't even know how many times I entered Kufa, I went to Bob that I've lost track of the number. This is how much he traveled in order to study Hadith in order to learn how these he went to Makkah he went to Medina, he went all over the Islamic empire. It says Oh, he left no place. And then we see that Mr. mojarra He said, I wrote down for more than 1000 teachers. I wrote down a Hadees from how many teachers 1000. Can we

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say I have heard 1000 lectures? Can we say I have attended 1000 different courses? No 1000 teachers, and I remember the chain of every Hadees that I have with me. It wasn't that that he memorized just the text just a matter? No. He memorized the senate of each and every Hadith as well. And then we see that a man Buhari said I memorized 100,000 authentic hadith narrations and I memorize 200,000 on authentic hadith narrations 100,000. He memorized that were authentic and 200,000 that were unauthentic. And then finally, he compiled this book. While he compiled this book inshallah, we will learn about that as well. There is a long story and discussion to that. It's very beautiful. I don't

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I don't want to quickly go over it.

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But the compiled version of this book, so he Buhari, Mr. Buhari said harissa I compile this book from a choice of approximately 600,000 ahaadeeth. over a span of 16 years, 16 years he dedicated to what compiling this book, and he selected these authentic ahaadeeth. From how many 600,000? Imagine you have to select 7000 from 600,000. What would you do? What would you do if we have to select one thing from 10? When I don't know this one, or this one, or that one? We're so unsure. Why are we unsure? Because we don't know how good one is? And how not good the others? What does it show that if he selected a few from 600,000, this shows how very well he knew each and every one of them. He

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knew which one was more authentic. He knew which one was not authentic, because of what reason? You understand? So imagine he knew about 600,000 ahaadeeth and found them he selected what he selected for his book. And where did he write this book?

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Remember how I said that I wrote this book in vital law? I wrote this book in the huddle in Makkah.

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He didn't just write it anywhere. He went to Makkah. And there he wrote this book, and I performed istikhara, for every Hadees. Every Hadees that he wrote in this book, before writing it before entering it into his book, what did he do? He performed is the hardest, when I would be certain about the authenticity of that Hadith in every way, meaning from the math into every single narrative in every way, when he was certain about the authenticity of the Hadith, then I would enter it in Asahi.

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So he paid attention to every single Hadees. He didn't just say, Yeah, this one I know this one. I know. Yeah, maybe this one should go here. No. He analyzed critically analyzed every single one of them. And only then he entered a hadith in his book, and he said that I have prepared it as a Hojo. For myself. What does it mean by the statement? What does it mean by the statement, I have prepared it as a whole just for myself on the Day of Judgment. This is what I have to show on the Day of Judgment. This is what I have to show. I have prepared it as a herder for myself. 16 years, a whole lifetime. 600,000 or Hades, uncountable journeys, 1000 teachers or more

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praying to Raka, before entering any Hadees sitting in Makkah in the harem. And what does he say? This is what I prepared to show for myself on the Day of Judgment. We need to reflect on ourselves, but what are we doing? What am I thinking for myself? What do I want to show on the Day of Judgment, the reality of this life that you gave me, this is what I have accomplished. You see, on the day of judgment, there are some people who will say how ottavia here, read my book. Here, see, this is what I did. This is what I did. So what are we doing? Think about it. We see the Mohammed even ever had him on one rock. He was one of his students. He said, when I would travel in the company of Abdullah

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meaning around Buhari, we would stay under the roof of the same house, except sometimes when it was extremely hot so that we would sleep outside. And I would see among Buhari get up 15 times during the same night. 15 times he would get up during the same night. And each time he woke up what did he do, he would light a lamp. And he would write something meaning he would write down some headings narration just imagine it as though this was his life, collecting hobbies. This was his life. Because even while he was sleeping, you know, he gets up 15 times and he gets up lights the lamp. And then he writes something about the hobbies. This is what he thought of this is what he lived.

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This is what his entire life was about. And we also see that the same person on what off he said that I saw him compiling keytab autopsy, and he woke up 15 to 20 times in the night lit the lamp, and he marked a hadith and then he would go to sleep. Now earlier we learned to remember honey, he said I wrote it over a span of 16 years. Then we see that in one Buhari said I wrote it were in the harem. Alba rock from his narration What do we learn that while traveling, also remember how he was writing from another version? We learned that in one book and he said I wrote this book in the Rhoda in the Masuda Nabi sallallahu wasallam. So is this all contradiction? No, it's not contradiction.

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What we see is that over a span of 16 years, he researched all of the Hadith in the sense that he was figuring out, okay, this hadith I'm going to put because this is authentic for this. And this reason, he compiled all of them. And whether he was traveling, or he was at home, wherever he was, he was busy doing his research trying to figure out this is what I'm going to compile, this is what I'm going to put in my book. And finally when he decided, Okay, now it's ready. Where did he go to the huddle, and he wrote it there. And then he didn't just write it there once. But then from there, he went too much is enough. And over there also, he finally compiled it. And before he entered any

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hobbies, we learn that Mr. Bahari, he performed the hustle. And he prayed to Dhaka. And then he wrote the Hadith and not just the Hadith, but even every chapter, every title that he put in the book keytab so and so babok, so and so. So even before writing the chapter titles, the headings for that also he did the same work that he performed Wasn't he performed to La Casa La, and only then he wrote the chapter name. This is how much effort he put.

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This is how much time he put, this is how dedicated he was. This is why this book is so special.

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And this is why it's so meaningful. This is why it's so beneficial. And we see that Mr. mcquarry when he wrote this book, he didn't just spend the rest of his life in retirement. No. He actually taught this book then. And it is said that he taught between 70 to 90,000 people himself.

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He talked the book that he wrote he read it

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he narrated to them. And we see that in one Buhari, whoever he taught, he made a lot of draw for them. And it is hard to remember how he was one of those persons whose the hours accepted. Why? Because of his revival because of all the efforts that he was putting in. So we see that Emanuel Hari, he prayed a lot for those people who studied this book from him, which is right, it has been a tradition that whenever people were in some difficulty, and some problem, what would they start doing? They would open Sahih Bukhari and they would start reading it. Why do you think so? You know, people who studied Sahih Bukhari, you know, their problems were solved and their life improved, and

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everything became easier for them. So it has been a tradition that whenever things are getting difficult, people would open up sorry, Buhari, in order to reap its benefits. And why is it so that when a person gets those benefits, because when a person is studying so people Hurry, what is he studying the Hadith of the messenger sallallahu sallam, how many times the name of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is mentioned so many times? Just think about it in this session today only How many times have we mentioned the name of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? So many times? Every time you mentioned every time you hear, what do you say sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And every time you

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say that, what do you get? Allah mercy, his blessings. So remember, now that you're studying this book, your life is not going to become difficult, inshallah it should become easier. So enjoy it. Because the study of this book also brings about the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And before we study the actual studies before we open up the book, just one reminder, and that is

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now that we are studying the Hadith of the messenger, sallAllahu wasallam, we should remember the proper etiquette. Remember, remember what he said that when you're studying the Hadith, you are in the company of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Salah. And the proper etiquette is a loss of personal data tells us Let the pharaoh swatter come Don't raise your voices. So when we're studying Hadees we should become extremely careful, extremely attentive, that all of our focus should be on what on the Hadees. So we should not engage in other conversations, be distracted by anything, nothing is important right now. What is important is the words of the messenger sallallahu Sunnah.

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So let's remind ourselves one another, and be careful about this. And also lead to khadim obey the law, he also he don't try to get ahead of a man his messenger. So whatever we learn, let's try to adopt that and not think that oh, I can do better than this. And why did he say that? And what does he mean by this statement? No. Sameer now what are we here and we accept

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below masala Mohammedan are the early Mohammedan can also later Allah Ebrahim earlier brought him in the

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open this book. So he Oliver hardy

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Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem keytab book, but when we're at the beginning of Revelation,

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what does it mean,

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to initiate to begin to start something and what he the revelation key taboo, but in the book of the beginning of Revelation, what does it mean by this? meaning how the where he began, how it began, how it started to come to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam this is what this title means today. Oh, by the way, on a shameful emammal Have you ever Abdullahi Mohammed Douglas Murray love Nick

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Brahim of Neil mahira tell Buhari you, Rahim Allah hooter, Allah Ameen.

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Follow what is called me? He said, who said, a shape, the shape, meaning the teacher, I'll email the leader meaning email mohabbatein. I'll have fils Abu Abdullah, Mohammed is Marian Ibrahim evenin Madeira al Bukhari. This is his name, Rahim Allah Allahu taala Amin. Now if it says book, why does it begin with this that this is what Imam Bukhari said. Remember that remember Heidi, as I told you, when he compiled this book, he also taught this book. And when he taught this book, his students wrote that book, right? They memorized it, they learned it from him, and they made their own copies as well. So, that student when he passed it on, how did he teach that book called a show called?

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Babylon? k for cannabidiol? Where he ll Rasulullah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam bubble bath literally means door, but over here doesn't mean door What does it mean? chapter so what the chapter came for Canna bed all ye kafer How can I was, but will ye the beginning of revelation? To who in our Sula he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meaning how did it begin? How was it at first? And we see that later on in the chapter, the Hadith will be mentioned which tells us that how initially the Prophet sallallahu Sallam received revelation in the form of true dreams and then how finally when the angel appeared, so this is what

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it means by this title, okay for cannabis on what he illa rasulillah what canon law he gela the crew and the statement of Allah, Who is Allah gela meaning gela the crew is exhausted. So the statement of a loss of power in a hyena, ilica camo, hyena Illa know him one Nabina mimbar de that indeed we have revealed to you or prophets are allowed us alone, just as we revealed to new and the profits after him sort of reset Iowan 62 you will notice that in his book, he gives a chapter name, the title heading. And then after that he mentioned a hottie but sometimes along with the Hadees, before then he will also mention and I have the Quran and sometimes you will also mention that had these

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even without the senate without the chain, and sometimes he will mention a statement of a companion, a statement of a scholar. Why because he is basically proving a point, he is basically explaining something.

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So this title that he's given, he's explaining that and how is he explaining that with the eye of the Quran as well as the Hadith of the messenger? sallallahu Sunnah. So how did he begin? First of all, remember Hari mentioned an ayah? What's the point of mentioning this? Ayah? What's the meaning of this ayah that indeed, We have revealed to you just as we reveal, to know and the prophets after him, what's the purpose of this, that the way that it was sent to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it was sent in the same way. It has the same characteristics, just as the water heater was sent to New Canaan ohana. So basically, the wording has been the same to all of the messengers from New Harrison

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Ah, who was new Harrison, the first messenger to the last messenger Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. Okay for Canada. And then in a hyena, la cama, ohana de la no one, one the beginning and body. And then Mr. Buhari mentions that Howdy. Now before this, before we study the Hadith, there's one objection that has been raised, which is that Mr. mojari, he just started his book like that. He just said, Bismillah, he mentioned in the chapter. And that's it. He started mentioning the ayat and the Hadees, there is no hope.

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Typically, when you open a book, what do you find at the beginning? in Al Hamdulillah, right? There's always praise for a loss of panel data as well as an opening sermon, some opening quote, but, but you don't find that in his book. And some people they raised an objection against that. But what's the answer to this? What do you think? Okay, but isn't it necessary to praise Allah subhanaw taala mean, however little you speak, it's necessary to praise a law, you should not have less words to glorify a law. That what was the purpose of this book to collect the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu ala. Right? And what does this teach us to worship Allah subhanaw taala?

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If you think about it, Mr. mcquarry before he wrote any chapter, the name of any chapter in his book, before he wrote any Hadees in his book, what did he do? He performed and performed to the customer.

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inshallah, what are you doing, praising Allah and also sending for that and Salama? The messenger Salallahu Salam isn't. So isn't that more than enough? He didn't do it once. He did it more than 7000 times. They're more than 7000 ahaadeeth

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In this book, and just imagine the number of the titles, all of that added up together, he performed the hustle and Sala that's how

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right so there's no need for this objection, he glorified a loss of final data, that also we see that there is a correlation between the chapter heading which is pay for cannabis. And just sufficing with saying Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, what's the chapter heading gay for Canada, but don't worry how the where he began? And he just suffices by saying Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim he doesn't go on, you know, with any praise or any opening? cotulla Why? Because what was the first revelation? What was the first revelation of this meal of be Kalani haluk read in the name of your Lord who created so it's sufficient to say Bismillah and we see that the way of the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam was that whenever he wrote meaning, whenever he sent a letter or an important document or something like that, he would not write the whole paper he would not have the whole paper written but rather he would suffice with the Bismillah only as it will be mentioned in the Hadees which are in this chapter, for example, about Abu sufian and the story of heraclius right that the letter that was sent there was only Bismillah written on that. So okay for kind of an hour he he mentioned the ayah and then he mentioned the Hadees what is the Hadith? I will read it once that I will do the work toward and I will make you read as well.

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had definite he narrated to us. Well, who maybe you heard it on? He said, who said well who made he said What did he say he had done a Sophia and Sophia narrated to us. So Sophia narrated to us to whom ad Anya have miscarried Ansari Sophia when he learned from who he heard this from who you're here even sorry, I'm sorry. What did he say? Allah He said who said you're here even sorry. I'm sorry. He said Bharani Mohammed Abu Ibrahim autonomy, Mohammed Ibrahim autonomy, he informed me of Bharani he informed me that under who that indeed he who Muhammad ibn Ibrahim autonomy that he sent me I will Kamata then Mohammed bin Ibrahim he heard who he heard who I will come who's Ivanova

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causton la P. And I'll come he said yaku he was saying that Sameera to Roma rubner Hopper, I heard aroma even katabi Allahu anhu. So what do we see over here so far? How many people have definitely and who maybe you then have done a Sofia then and you have neisseria al Ansari, then Bharani Mohammed Ibrahim at me and who semirara I will come with a new accosting that Sameera to Ramadan, hopper and katavi learn who he narrates the Hadith. So how many people are there? Six, her maybe Sophia. You're here, Muhammad, Allah and probably the horn.

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Who are these people? the narrator's who is the person for whom Mr. Bahari heard this Hades ultra lady who is in her mid? I'll just tell you a little bit about these people, just so that you're like Who are these people? Remember that this will not be for everybody that we study because if we start doing that we might not ever get to study the Hadees itself. So just a little bit about this Jain Khomeini. He was a Qureshi teacher of Imam Bukhari. Remember that Imam Bukhari Where did he learn how different from many different places including Makkah, so, Khomeini was this teacher from Makkah? And and he said that he was of the most meaning the most knowledgeable The one who has the

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most understanding of, of all of his teachers. So in a way he was the best of his teachers.

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And we see that him ID remember how he puts his head is first, the first Hadees that he narrates, in his book, which is that from comedy, and the last one, he said, Remember how he recorded his book is from his teacher, even a scribe who was his teacher from Medina

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Howdy from the teacher who is from Makkah, the last Hadees from the teacher who is from Medina. What is it trying to show over here? What a revelation Deen it began from where Makkah and it was completed and perfected were in Medina This is why the scholar said that to explain the book of a man Buhari is a debt that has to be paid by this nation.

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There are so many subtleties in this book so many points that among Buhari is proven through these little points that are not that that obvious. And in a way he's showing that what he Dean is complete began from aka was perfected completed and Medina you don't need to go anywhere else.

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So how does not come at you? And then Sophia, who is a Sophia and Sophia, this is an even arena. And Sophia even arena was the teacher who are mermaidy. And he was also from Morocco. And he was off the top most mohabbatein of his time. So if you are a marina, he heard from who you're here even sorry, yeah, heaven. Sorry, it was February, Mohammed bin Ibrahim. He was also at February. So there are two February in this chain.

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And then I'll come about alchemy. There's a difference of opinion. Some have said that he was this a hobby. Others have said that? No, he was in February. If you take the opinion, that alcohol was a hobby, so if you see there to Sahabi in this chain, and to February, do so hobby Alchemist argument or modal denial. And to the very Who are they? Yeah, Heaven, sorry, then Mohammed bin Ibrahim. And if you take up that outcome was a tethering and there's three who wants a hobby that is very impressive. This chain has got to be very, very strong. This is why it's the most authentic work after the Quran. Because when he selected any chain as well, it was the most strongest one. When he

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chose any chain. He made sure that all of the narratives were of the topmost level. If you think about him, he was a great scholar. So if you have an arena, he was a great scholar. So all these people were not ordinary people. They were great scholars. So Alabama, Ivanova Casa Lacey yaku he said that Sameera tomahto Hobby Lobby Allahu anhu I heard Omar even haha Pablo De La Hoya Ando lol membury Allah upon a Lymbery what is remember

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the topics where the Imam stands and gives the hotel from So in other words, Romero to learn who he narrated this Hadees when he was standing on the member, and how many people heard this from him? Many people why is it important to say lol memory that there wasn't just one listener but many people who heard the statement.

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So what did our modal denine who say Kala he said Sameera to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Maja kulu I heard Samaritan I heard now your grammar will really help over here all of these tables that you've been memorizing, because head and elbow knee and Karla and Sameera to and semirara all of these words you have to know your grammar.

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So Sameera to I heard Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Yoko Ono he was saying that in NEMA indeed not but Allah marylu the actions been niyati by the intentions. The actions are Vinny yet by the intentions were in NEMA and indeed not but luckily for every employee in person, employee, Ma Ma, Ma Ma own. So Mr. Emery Who is this person, so we're in Mr. Li Colibri in ma that which never he intended.

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Now where he intended the word Noah is from the same root as the word nia. So a nega intention, Noah, he intended on the structure of ferula. So, in normal Arma lupini, yet actions are judged by intentions and every person will have what he intends for famine. So, whoever cannot it was, he drew his migration Illa to dunya world meaning worldly benefit usually, he attains it, whoever does he draw, for what purpose to attain dunya ladonia you sleep over in order to attain dunya o or inner two words in LA attend a woman young ki who her he marries her meaning he does his ra for the purpose of marrying a woman so far he gelato so his his raw ILA to man that which hajra he migrated

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la he to it, that actions are judged according to the intentions and every person will have whatever he intends for. So if a person

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Hijrah to attain some worldly benefit or to marry a woman then is his rise for that purpose meaning he will get that he migrated to gain dunya he will get dunya he migrated to marry a woman he will marry her. He didn't migrate for the sake of Allah so he will not get that. You understand the word tour you understand the text of the Hadith.

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Now read after me.

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inshallah, we will just read right now and the explanation of the Hadith. inshallah we will do in our next session.

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have definite issue maybe you call

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had definite sufian

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I'm sorry. I'm sorry, you

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Ronnie Mohammed Ibrahim at me, you

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know who sent me a comet of no cost?

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Yoku? Sameer?

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Fabio the Allahu anhu.

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Remember you call

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Sameer to rasulillah. He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a school

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in Carmel rubini yet

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what in my mind?

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Whoo hoo. Isla hedgerow la he

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now what's your homework?

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So your homework is that I want you to practice the mutton? What's the method?

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The texts? Which one is that? In MLR Malou Binya. If you want to practice more than that, go ahead. If you want to practice the chain of narrators will have you know you really feel good. You really enjoy it. What I started doing recently was I just opened up the book and I started reading one Hadith after the other in Arabic was such a joy to read Arabic text, you probably get stuck at some point especially you know these names. So it's okay. Just remember that these are the people who passed on the words of the prophets of Allah. So you'll also have respect for them love for them and the chain won't be heavy then. So your homework is to practice mainly the method and if you want to

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memorize it, you already know the first part in normal arm Albania. Right? Everybody knows about that. So practice, and if you can memorize and it's up to you. If you want to read it from the book. You can do that. If you want to read it from your memory. You're more than welcome to do that. inshallah.

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