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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Madhu Anna salir. lotto soudal Karim Amma bird Pharaoh the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. Rubbish Dr. Li Sati were silly Md weidler Otto melissani er poco de probenecid nirma will begin for parties number 104. We were studying the lessons from this hadith. What's the gist of the Hadith, that when Americans are either sending troops to Makkah in order to fight against our beloved in Tibet, one of the companions, of which today, he advised him not to do so. But how did he advise him by narrating a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam which he remembered very clearly. And he assured him that he remembered very clearly he saw, he heard with

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his own eyes with his own ears. So there was no doubt about that Howdy, so he narrated to him with full confidence. But what was the response of I'm sorry, that he knew better than I wish today.

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He said that I know better than you. And I know that Makkah does not give refuge to criminals. So if there are criminals sitting over there, then we are going to go and fight against them. If any one of you are interested in knowing about why this fitna took place, and what happened, there is a book in English. It's called the history of Islam. It's in three volumes. It's by Dharamsala. And it's one of the most you can say accurate, as well as neutral books that you can find, especially in the English language. Because there are many other you know, books out there, but many of them are biased. So this is a very neutral book. And I recommend that if you're interested, go and read the

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chapters that you are familiar with what happened exactly. So we see that at this time of fitna, the companions, they stood up some of them, and they try to stop people from creating more fitna from harming one another, from fighting against one another. And how did they stop one another by advising them through the words of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, not by their own speeches, but what did they convey the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. There are many lessons that we learned this Hadees I mentioned some of them to you, and all of them is that in this Hadees, we learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Makkah is a place that is sacred and it has been

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made sacred by who, by Allah himself and not by the people. So if Allah has made it sacred, and people cannot remove its sanctity, and when the harem is sacred, and that means that the people are safe there, their properties are safe there. And also the animals as well as the plants, the trees of heroine are also safe, which means that animals cannot be hunted. Similarly, we see that in the Heron, the trees cannot be cut off, but the companions requested that they should be allowed to use which tree to use the shrub included, it is a kind of a shrub, the grass of which the people would use in order to bury their dead and also to use in their houses. If you remember, when massaged

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women are made when he passed away, they could not find a shroud that completely covered him. So what did they use to cover his feet? it right they used it to cover his feet in the grave. And the Arabs also use the Easter grass they used to mix it up with mud and they would use it to build their houses. If any one of you have seen clay houses made of mud, right. So many times they mix dry grass or things like that with it. And we see that this plant is also very fragrant, so it would also make the houses very fragrant. So this habit as the prophets Allah allows them to make that exception that exception was made for them. Anyway, we learned from this that no tree no shrub, no plant of

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Makkah can be cut, which plant the plant that grows itself the tree that grows itself even if it may be harmful. So, for example, if it is in the way of the people, even then it is not allowed to cut it off. Why? Because this is not like a harmful animal a harmful animal it can be killed in the home. Why? Because it can come and attack you. You cannot avoid it. You can try to avoid it, but it will come after you it will come and attack you. But harmful plant? can you avoid it? Of course you can. If it's in your way, you can always go through some other way. So this is why the scholars have prohibited that the plants that grow themselves in Makkah in the Quran by themselves, even though

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they may be harmful, it is not permissible to cut them off. There is one exception, though. What is that exception? The plants that belonged to someone meaning it is somebody's property.

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It is somebody's property. This is just like if somebody catches an animal outside of the harem, and they bring it into the harem. Can they slaughter it? Yes they can. They did not hunt it in the home. they hunted it outside. They caught it and they brought it into the harem and this slaughtered it. It's perfectly fine. This is just like the sacrificial animals. Aren't they brought to the harem and slaughtered over there? Yes, they are. So similarly, if a person has hunted an animal out

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Instead of the heroin brings it into there and slaughters it perfectly fine. Why? Because it is his property. It's not an animal that was free in the house that belonged to no one. So he could hunt it. No, it was his own property. So similarly, if a person plants a tree, and then he cuts it, it's okay. Why? Because it is his own property. But if there is a tree that does not belong to Him, there's a shrub there's anything that does not belong to Him, can he go and cut it off? No, he cannot. So with regards to the plant, is it clear? There's two types, one that grows itself and the other that is somebody's property? One that grows itself? Can you cut it? No. One that is somebody's

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property, can they cut it? Yes, they can.

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Then we also learn this Hadees that if a tree is safe in the harem, then what about a human being?

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Think about it. If a tree cannot be harmed cannot be cut. Then how can we ever harm other people in the home? It's not allowed. Allah says in the Quran, oh lm euro and Nigella Holloman eminent were you the heart of NASA and howling him. People are harmed were outside of the head on people are not supposed to be harmed inside the home. Then we also learned this Hadees that Allah subhanaw taala allowed for his messenger

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to fight in the harem that the prophets are allowed his own fight in the harem when he came how there were some people who were killed in the harem as well. There were approximately 17 individuals that were killed. Why? Because they were great criminals. And if they were not killed, then what would happen? Then shear could remain. It would not be completely abolished. Because those machine they were in Makkah, they weren't coming out those great enemies they were in Makkah, if they came out, yes, they would be killed. But if they stayed in Makkah, could they be harmed? Technically, no, they couldn't be. especially some of them, they went and they held onto the curb. Why so that nobody

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would touch them, nobody would harm them. But they were great criminals they could not be spared. So Allah made that exception for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Why? So that Islam would completely conquer, so that that place would be completely conquered and no trace or schilke would remain in there, because even if the slightest trace of shellcode remain, then what would happen it would grow eventually, and overpower and it was very clear that it had to be eliminated. This is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was sent to purify that land. And we also learn that this exception was made for the profits or losses only by who by Allah. So what does it show that Allah can make

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exceptions from his rules from his commands whenever he wants For whosoever He wants? Why? Because the dean, this religion is who's a loss of penalties. So when the AMA belongs to Allah, he can also change it he can also make exceptions and we are no one's to make exceptions for anybody. This is totally the right of who Allah subhanaw taala is just like such there is a right of whom only Allah but Allah also commanded the angels that they do such that you Adam or listener, cemetery killing others is not permissible. But Allah ordered Ibrahim Ernest lamb to slaughter his own son. Allah can make exceptions whenever he wants in whatever command, but it is only his decision. Only he has a

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right to do that. Then we also learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he was allowed to do qatal in Makkah, it was not out of disrespect for the Hell no, what was the purpose? The purpose was the teeth. It was to purify, to clean to cleanse the harem. And it was also out of their lane for him that no ship should remain over there. We learned that the day of conquest sardinero Bandha it'll be lower below. He said that a yo yo man hammer Elio Motors, the Helen carrabba that today Cabo will be made halaal meaning people can fight one another over there. So when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam found out that this is what the people are thinking that they're saying it's okay

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to fight over there. He said calabasa This is a false statement. ballal yomo yomo to Allah Murphy Hill carpet, this is the day when Cabo will be made, our lien will be honored will be glorified. This is the day when its argument will be shown that anyone who can matric over there will be killed. So this shows to us that the purpose of that exception was not just to fight, it was to purify to cleanse the carbon. Then we also see that this permission this exception that was made, it was not General, but rather it was only for from the Hadees. We learned Sarah for a part of the disarmament in the house. And which time was this? Which part of the day was it? It was a time when

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam entered Makkah. It was a time when he entered Makkah.

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Until Sheikh was completely abolished and that was towards the end of the day. So it was only part of the day. And when he entered Makkah, we learned that it was the time of dilutions, all the way until selected to the Russians. What is the lunar rising of the sun until until salado. So this was Sarum in a nutshell. And this is why we say that when the profits are allowed to enter

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Maka, what did he say that anybody who goes into his house or he goes to the house of Abu sufian, or he goes to the harem, he is safe. And if anyone comes out confronting the Muslims, then what will happen? He will be killed. It was only that time that he was allowed to fight the people when he entered, and eventually the entire place was conquered. Then we also learned from this Hades that it is very dangerous to say, an Ireland woman.

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I might have been sorry. It said, I know better than you. Did he know better than did he know more than a bull[???]ter? Well, no, no, not at all. I wish there was a companion. And it was American sorry, it was not a companion at all. In fact, he was a fantastic he was a sinful person, you know, fighting against the Muslims harming the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But yet he was so proud of the little that he knew that he said, I know better than you. And we learned that he said this. I know better than you. Why? Because he was saying that there is an exception to fighting in Makkah.

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And what is that exception, according to him, that if there is a criminal in Makkah, then we will go and fight him, then we will go and fight him. And he was basically saying something against her competitory. Okay, he was saying something that was in contrast that contradicted enough, a text of the Hadith of the son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. The text was very clear that Allah has not made the Haram Hillel for anyone, just as it was haram before the conquest. It is haram after the conquest, no one can fight there. But still, he was establishing his opinion against enough of the Hadith. And this was his way, this was the way of shape one of your beliefs when Allah gave a clear

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instruction Prostrate to Adam, and he made his own opinion. And what was that, that I am better than him? Because I am better than him. This is why I'm not going to frustrate him. So he resembled a blease in the way he formulated his own opinion against a clear pneus against a clear text. So what was the opinion what was the belief of American sorry that if there's a criminal in Makkah, then we are going to harm him? Just as we are going to fight and punish a criminal outside of Morocco, we're also going to fight and punish a criminal inside of Makkah. But is this true? It's not true. Because we learn Ibrahim in Assam, he made the our if called Ibrahim or Abidjan, had a paladin, I mean, and

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he made the other Allah made the city and Amman city a safe and secure place where its people are safe, including criminals as well as innocent people. And this is why we still even at the time of jelenia. If a man saw the cartel of his own father in the heroin, he would not harm him. Even the Arabs had so much respect for the heroin, that if they saw the murderer of their own father, would they harm him, they would not harm the murder, they would leave him and only if they saw him outside of the home, then they would not spare him.

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So even the jolly Arabs have so much respect. Now the question is, will all the criminals not go to Makkah and seek refuge there?

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You know, when people commit a crime, they go on the run here, they escape, they go to some other country, everybody would run to Makkah and seek refuge over there and you know, protect themselves that nobody can harm them. So then, in a way we would be giving refuge to to criminals. And we know that we're not allowed to give refuge to them, we are supposed to hold them accountable. So what should be done in this case? The scholars they have said is that if there's a criminal in the harem,

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okay, who has come into harm,

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and it's known that he is a criminal, then there should be complete and total boycott against him. Nobody should talk to him. Nobody should buy and sell to him. Nobody should have any dealings with him. So that eventually what's going to happen in order to save his life, he's going to have to leave.

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So make his life so difficult and heroin, that he's forced to leave. And when he will leave, he will be caught and held accountable. Because in Makkah, nobody will be killed. It's not permissible at all. I don't think heroin is only the masjidul Okay, there is mustard or heroin. There is a city of Mecca. And there is the area of how to okay is the area of huddle, the boundaries that have been set, which show that beginning from here, the huddle begins. If you ever gone to Makkah, you may have seen that as you're going there is a particular checkpoint, where it says that no non Muslims are allowed beyond this point. So that is where the heroin begins. Let's continue. Had this number

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105 had this enter de la hypno abdelwahab Kala Hadassah hamedan on a tube and Mohammedan

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nearly a quarter of the baccata that america he said, Look Ilan Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was mentioned that color he said, When did he say this title whether that for illness or indeed demand a comb, your blood was unwelcome and your properties so your lives and your properties. Allah Mohammed, Mohammed said we're Cebu and I think that he, Allah, he said, what are all the comb? I think that he also said, what are all the who is Mohammed? This is not Hamilton Allahu alayhi salam, this is one of the deaerators so he said that I think, the Sahabi that I think that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, What are allowed? And also Your Honor, so your

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lives your properties, and your honor, are they compelled on upon you or held sacred meaning you're not allowed to violate them? You're not allowed to harm them. Just ask a Hurmati like the sacredness yo Macomb have your day had that this? Which day was this? The day of hedge fishery come in this month of yours? which month? Was it? The month that had the hedger Allah, unquestionably, he should convey who has Shahid the witness men come have you Allah is the one who is absent. So whoever is here today, whoever is witnessing this should convey to those who are absent. What kind of Mohammed and Mohammed the narrator your guru used to say, Sadiq Khan Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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candidate, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was indeed truthful, when he said this, that Allah has been lucky to have I not conveyed model attain twice. So when he said this, have I not conveyed he was indeed very truthful, because he definitely conveyed. So this part of Hadees we have also learned earlier in this hadith we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam emphasized that those who are present, those who hear those who see those who learn should convey to who those who do not. And this is the chapter heading of this particular battle, that remember how it is conveyed. And the thing is that when the prophets are a lot of them conveyed, this is why he said Allah help a lot

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when he conveyed completely and fully, then should we not convey the profits on a lot of time was obligated to pass on the message below. And he did convey and whenever a person learns knowledge, when a person learns something, then it is as though he has taken an earth from Allah, that he will convey. So he should convey he should also fulfill his responsibility. That is me the spin off man Canada, Ireland Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam the sin of the one who carrabba he lied against to Allah Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam, the sin of the person who narrates something, by ascribing it to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and it is not true. Meaning, he says the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam said that, or he said that he did that, whereas in fact, he never said that he never did that he never approved of that. So what is the fate of such a person? Is he committing a sin? Yes, indeed, he is committing a huge sin, lying against Allah or his messenger is not like lying against any other person, lying against Allah and His messenger is not like lying against any other individual. Why? Because when a person ascribes ally to Allah or His Messenger, then that lie will be accepted as what? As a truthful statement as a fact. And it will be based on

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a law of this religion, whereas it's completely false. Or, for example, if a person describes a lie to Allah, His Messenger and it is something that is about Allah, so people would have a wrong perception of who Allah subhanaw taala is of his own sort of, of his attributes. So you understand, lying against Allah, or his messenger is not something small, it's a major crime, because it is a means of corrupting people's our leader. Imagine if a person says something false about Allah, He invented it himself, ascribe it to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? And what belief will people have about Allah, a wrong belief is an utter a false belief. So it's a means of corrupting people's

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beliefs. It's a means of leading people astray. And it's a huge crime against Allah and His messenger. Think about it. If somebody says a statement by themselves, and they say that you said it. You said it isn't this injustice against you. And imagine if, based on that statement that has been ascribed to you, some action is taken, some action is taken, but damage is caused harm is done. So isn't this injustice against you, your reputation is going bad, you are being used, so that people can fulfill their own desires so that people can get their own way. So it's a huge crime against Allah and His messenger to lie against them. And we see that the greatest lie is that lie

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which is against Allah, which is why Allah subhanaw taala says woman alone will mean manif Tara

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The like handyman who is more unjust than the one who invents ally against Allah. He says that Allah has said something whereas Allah never said something that he says that Allah has commanded that whereas Allah never commanded that he says that Allah forbade that was Allah did not forbid that. And this is the reason why we're not allowed to say, by our own cells, this is halaal. This is how long, we can't say that. Because this is the right of Allah alone. And if a person starts inventing such things, and he preaches it as religion, then he's leading other people astray.

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And we see that line against the messenger sallallahu Sallam is also a huge crime, this is the second integrate, the worst is lying against a loss of panel data, the second is lying against the Prophet sallallahu Salah, and this is also very evil, this is extremely dangerous. And we see that if a person lies against the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in the matter of religion, in the matter of religion,

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then this is like lying against Allah.

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Why? Because if a person lies against a prophet sort of autism in the matters of religion, then he's saying that this is part of the religion whereas it's not part of the religion. And the religion is who's Allah who revealed it, Allah who decided at a loss of penalty. So lying against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam against Allah in the matters of religion is the same, then we see that lying against others besides Allah and His messenger is also very evil. A person says so and so said this one. So did that whereas they never said that they never did that, this is also very evil, but it is of degrees depending on who is being lied against, if a person lies against a scholar of Islam,

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saying that so and so, scholar said this, whereas he never said this, this is not equal to lying against an ordinary person. Because what a scholar says is considered a part of the religion. And what an ordinary person says is not considered a part of the religion. So lying against people is also very evil. But it is a various degrees depending on who is being lied against. And when a person lies against a scholar of Deen, that is also a very huge crime. He said that so and so scholar promotes the so and so scholar said this. So once a scholar allowed this, where's he never allowed this, then, in a way he's saying that this is part of the religion and it is not a part of

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the religion. So this is also a means of misleading people. And ascribing the lie to ordinary people is also something that is not acceptable. Lying against ordinary people, is also something that is not acceptable. In fact, this is a means of earning the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala

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you know, people say this to ruin other people's reputation. He said this he did that was he never said or did that just to ruin their reputation, just to make them fall in the eyes of other people just to humiliate them or just to take revenge against them. This is also a huge crime or just to harm them. We learn from Hades the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that man, Halla, Vallejo, meanwhile, Wolfie, Halford Leah Tara bml, Emily Muslim, Lucky Allahu Allah, He held to ban he will meet Allah Allah is angry with him. So when a person lies against ordinary people as well, this is what it means of earning the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So this is a huge crime. Now with regards to lying against the Prophet sallallahu wasallam number Have you mentioned many of these over here several a hadith over here to prove that this is a huge crime. A person cannot invent a Hadees invent statements and actions and say, The Prophet said that or he did that. Whereas he never said or did that. This is a huge crime. And what's the punishment for this crime? What's the end result of such a criminal that his home will be Hellfire he will enter Hellfire and he will live in there. So it's a major sin. It's not an ordinary crime. It's a major sin. First of all, the Hadith had an early you know God called Akbar on a Sherpa to call it

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Baroni monsoon. kala, he said Sameera to riveria Ignacio Roshan, yaku he said, Samir to Eilean I heard early, probably longer on who? Yoku? He said, The Kala Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said letak lebu in a year Do not lie against me. Do not lie against me meaning do not say a statement by your own accord and say that I said it or I did it. Why? For inner who because indeed he Mancha whoever lied or lay against me for the Elgin now. Then he will enter the Hellfire yelled loot. Had a little German for someone to enter. So such a person will enter the hellfire. This Hadees that whoever lies against me shall be in the hellfire. This Hades is immortal.

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Where did Hades what is the

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Have you heard this that has been narrated numerous times there are numerous narrations and this hadith is mutawatir, both in love and in Marana in wording and also in meaning, meaning the exact same words have been narrated numerous times. And that meaning, which these words convey, not in the exact same words, but in different words has also been narrated many many times. So it is motivated in what in loves and also in Marana it is at approximately 70 companions of narrative are these like this? Either similar in wording or in meaning. So what does this show that there is absolutely no doubt about this fact? that a person who lies against the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then his fate

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is hellfire. That is his end. That is his punishment. The question is, what does it mean by cadabra? aleja. What does it mean by lying against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said something whereas he did not say it or saying that he did something whereas he did not do it or saying that he approved of something whereas he did not approve it. So it is of three types only fairly and your glory. Golly, he said, fairly. He did a Claudie that he approved.

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And all three of them are great crimes, saying that he said whereas he did not say he did was he don't do he proved he did not approve. All these three are huge crimes. And what's the fate of such a person? Family elder enough? Then he will enter the Hellfire yolu he will enter the Hellfire will he enter himself? What does it mean by this? That he will be commanded to enter there? He will definitely go there.

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That will be his home. Next Hardee's had the center abou led call center Sherpa to unjam Arab Nisha dad in an army of near Abdullah him in his weight and a Big Sur Ahmed even Abdullah opens debate who Amish he narrated from who are an OBE from his father. So who was the father of Ahmed Abdullah evens debate. So Abdullah evens have a caller he said call to live debate I said Tuesday's so elevens debate as to his father's debate, so you understand what's happening. I'm a narrated from his father who knows from his father. So, he said that I said to my father, in me indeed I last maruka I do not hear you do have to assume that you carried on from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam Come on,

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just as you had the so he narrates Fulani, on Wafula and on so and so. I do not see you I do not hear you narrating a Hadith, just as there are so many other companions on area, so many hobbies. What is he implying? Why don't you know much Where were you? Why didn't you spend much time with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Why didn't you learn much from him? Because you don't know it? Like the other companions narrate. Allah He said, I'm in need indeed I am. Ah, that indeed I was. In Shall I will tell you the exact meaning of this word later. So am I any indeed I love Oh Federico, I never separated from him. I never ever separated from him. Well, I can but Samir, to who I heard him.

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Yoku, he was saying, I heard the prophets that a lot of them saying when cutterbar layyah were realized against me, familia de Beauvoir, then he should accommodate we should make Baba Baba, we have done these words in the Quran, to settle, to dwell to settle. So forget about what then he should make a settlement makara who his place of growth, winning his place of stay winner not in the hellfire. So whoever lies against me should make his seat where in the Hellfire he should reserve his spot in the Hellfire because that is where he is going. So because I heard the statement from the prophets that a lot of them this is why I don't narrate much. Why wasn't it an obligation on

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those who heard on those who saw to convey what they heard and saw? Yes. So why didn't Zubaydah learn who narrate because he was being very careful, he did not want to say anything wrong, but doesn't mean that even if you know you should never have confidence? No. This is perhaps because he did not remember everything accurately, and he wanted to be on the safe side.

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And you can imagine, it's vital to Noronha after all. He was a human being and by the time the taboo in grew up, and their later generations grew up, they must have been older by them, understand, and as a person grows older than what happens

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His memory begins to fade, isn't it you begin to forget what you remembered very clearly before. So, he did not want to say something unless and until he was 100% sure about it. So because he was not 100% sure about everything, this is why he did not go and narrating everything. So in order to be on the safe side, this is what he did.

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Next, Hardee's had this incredible murmur in the center of the ytt on Ogden disease on unyson. And as Rob did our and who said no indeed it Liam nerone surely it prevents me and had this outcome that I know it too. You have eaten it, Hades. Catherine many, what prevents me from narrating many Hadees? Is that an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appall that indeed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said mantan mother, Elijah dibben. Whoever tamada deliberately. He intentionally did this. What are they yucca demon. He lied against me. familia de Beauvoir makara the human and now then he should take a seat in the hellfire. So a person should be very, very careful when saying

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something about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. But notice over here in this Hadith, what's different, there are murder.

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Doesn't matter. What is done murder, when a person intentionally, deliberately says or does something. So this person knows that what he is saying is false. But still he says it. He's not saying it out of ignorance.

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You understand? When a person is unaware, is ignorant, or he does it out of forgetfulness? Okay, he thinks that it was right, but it was not actually right. Then he will not be held accountable. Because remember, we learned that in MLR marylu Binney yet the consequence of the actions is based on what the intentions so if a person intended to lie against the profit or loss, and he knows that what he's saying is false. He's sure about it, but still he says it, then that is a huge crime. So for example, when you know that it is a weak Hades, when you know that it is a weak and it doesn't have a minor weakness, it's completely weak, then should you be narrating? Should you be passing on

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such a Hades? No.

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Why? Because this is delivered nine against the prophets.

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We know when is that a person does not know if the Hadith is authentic or not. He read somewhere this isn't the Hadith of the prophets that a lot of times somebody quoted it as the reference is given of a book. And you narrated, you pass it on, you know that this is a hadith that has been recorded in this book. And that's all you know about and you don't know if it's actually completely weak. So, are you going to be held accountable? That you deliberately lied against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? No, because you did not do this out of deliberation. This was not the deliberate sin.

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But we should be careful when it comes to the Hadith of the prophets Allah loves and we should learn from this. That just because we have heard of a hadith is because we have read it somewhere and only Hadees. As mentioned, we should go on narrating passing on No, we should be careful. Look at the proof, the evidence what evidence has been given? Is it a trustworthy book? Are you familiar with that book? So for example, if you read somewhere, this isn't, this isn't Muslim, this has been taken from for example, we have decided, hey, then you know that inshallah is authentic. Then you caught it, you pass it on, but if you're not sure, do a little bit of research. How does he know McKee?

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You've know Ibrahim Kala had gotten a bit obeyed on Salah Mata, Allah He said Samaritan obeah said Allahu alayhi wa sallam yakun I heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying that money or whoever says or layyah against me, man, that which lump of coal I did not say whoever says against me what I did not say he says that I said something whereas I did not say it. failures of Obamacare the winner now that he should take a seat his residence in the Hellfire

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next Friday had the dinner Moosa Musa narrated to us on number one at the behest leaning on abuse slowly on a be a boo boo Raider low or no he narrated are an abuse Allahu Allah who send them a call that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the sunmo you will give name this me with my name. Meaning name your people, your children with my name. What was the name? Hamlet. So give your children My name was Dr. noon, but do not give Konya be konia T of myconian so do not give my Konya to other people

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give my name to other people named people after me, but don't give them Konya after my cornea. What was the question?

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It's

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a book awesome.

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So don't call other people I will call him because he was awesome. The prophet SAW a lot of

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one or any and whoever saw me filming me in the sleep in the dream, forgotten in fact or Annie indeed saw me, whoever sees the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in his dream and in fact, who is using the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because for English a foreigner because indeed shavon laietana fellow, he cannot take form, few surah t in my surah in my shape, meaning shaytan cannot appear in my form. So, if a person sees a prophet sallallahu Sallam in his dream, then it is who it is indeed him. Chitwan cannot come in as one. But remember that it has to be, I mean, what a person sees should meet the description of the prophets.

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If a person sees a very old man with a white beard, that was not the profit, subtle bonus, because when did the profits or loss in him die? In his early 60s, His hair was not white. His hair was not white. So this is why what a person sees in his dream should meet the description of the profits of the

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woman cutterbar Allah Yamato Ramadan and whoever lies against me deliberately forget about what Macario whom in and out and he should take his residence in the hellfire. What do we see in this Hadees First of all, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that give people my name. This is of Abraham, it is of permission. It doesn't mean that every boy has to be named Muhammad. Okay? Because people go on saying, you know, Muhammad, whatever, Mohammed, this Mohammed, this, every boy has to have the name, Muhammad, this is what people think. This is not our this has permission, the prophets of Allah allowed people to give this new. Because obviously, if someone loves the Prophet

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sallallahu sallam, he will definitely love his name. And when he will love his name, he will love to give that name to his children as well. And we learned from other Hadees that the most beloved names to Allah are which ones are the law.

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So over here, this is just a permission, that you may give my name, you may name after me, where there are people who were given the name of the prophets that allowed Islam even in his life, can you think of some companion that sort of

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hessen has seen his son? So do some research, open up a book of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and start going through their names? So he said that given my name, but do not give my cornea, do not give my cornea?

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Why not?

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Because if a person is given the name of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the cornea, the prophets of Allah is and then what will we will think that it is the profits or losses, and the person says, Mohammed, Abu Carson was going there, a person would think, especially in the life of the Prophet sallallahu, and then what would they think that it was indeed Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam whereas it was not him. So he forbade people from joining the two, in one person, the name as well as the cornea.

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Other scholars have said that it wasn't just that he forbade people from joining the two but even the cornea, nobody could give this cornea to any person, meaning even if a person son was passed him, he would not be called, I will call him he should be called by the name of some other child or some other cornea should be given to him.

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Why? Because if a person for example, says abou classroom, come here, and the Prophet said Allison was also there, wouldn't that create confusion? Yes. And if people began narrating or saying things about the other person, then what will people think that it is about the prophets of Allah Islam, so it would lead to lying against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam unintentionally,

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you understand? There will be confusion amongst the people. So this is why he forbade that his name and Konya not be joined, or that his Konya not be given at all to any person. But the scholars do allow that after the death of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam after his death, this is permissible. What is permissible, giving the cornea the prophets are allowed to send him to a person? Why? Because there is no confusion. You understand, there's no confusion, it's clear that this costume is somebody else or this Mohammed I will call him is somebody else. It's not the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So, they say that this prohibition was when only in his life, this prohibition was only in

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his life, but after that, it is permissible to do this. The next thing that he said was woman will enable Miami for any for initiate on a lighter method of feasibility.

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So if a person sees him that the profits or loss and the saying something to him advising or whatever, then it is indeed him so he should be happy about that. He should not think that it was yes or no, it was the Prophet sallallahu ala

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woman cutterbar Alejandra Ramadan familia de Beauvoir Mercado, hoomin enough. Whoever lies against me deliberately then

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He should make his abode were in the Hellfire because this is a huge crime. This is corrupting the religion.

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If you think about it in the previous religions, Judaism, Christianity, what led to their corruption? How did they become corrupt? When there were fabrications inventions in the religion. So eventually what became of the religion did not resemble how the religion was at all. There were two completely different things. So when it comes to the matters of the deen, we are not allowed to invent things by ourselves we are supposed to follow, obey.

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This is why Allah says that, stay behind follow, do not try to come ahead of Atlanta's messenger lead to a demo,

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but rather stay behind because we are to follow and not cross the limits. Anything that you'd like to add, that if a person fabricates a dream, I saw the profit several of them in my dream. And he said this to me, he advised this to me, and he did not this is also line. This is also a major lie, a big crime. And many times people will say that I saw the profits or loss and in my dream and he told me not to do this and this, and this is something that is against the deen, you understand, like they will say, I remember this one person came to my father and he said that I saw my dream that I was told, don't pray.

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So I'm not going to because I was told in my dream. So first of all, you have to see does the description actually meet the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? And secondly, don't make it up. Because if you're making it up, this is again, lying against the Prophet sallallahu.

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If in your dream, you did not actually see him, but you know you you know that he was there, then yes, this is seeing the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the dream. You didn't actually see the image, but you know that he's present in your dream? You get that feeling? Isn't it?

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Lying against other people? How is this these days? If a person invents something themselves, and they ascribe it to other people?

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Is this an something okay, something acceptable? No, it's not acceptable at all. In many times, people will take others to court. This can lead to many ill feelings amongst people. If a person says about to the other that I think so and so said such about you or I think she was talking about you. And you're only thinking you're not sure, then this can lead to fitna. So imagine if it can ruin relationships, and will not corrupt them, especially against Allah and His messenger. Do only righteous people see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? What do you mean that if a person sees a prophet sallallahu Sallam in his dream that he then he has become very righteous.

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we seen this hadith that woman, Ronnie, whoever saw me, it doesn't mean that if a person saw him, then he is definitely a righteous person, or he's become righteous woman.

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Or that you're a great person or there is something very special about you. I mean, you should be hopeful, inshallah, expect good from Allah. But don't start imagining things about yourself. That previously, there's so much encouragement on conveying passing on whatever you have seen, whatever you have heard, but know the limits as well. Don't go on inventing things, just to scare other people, just to encourage them to do good things. Because this is what people do to encourage others to do good. They fabricate things in their religion, which is why we see that there are books on football, you know, our mind on the virtues of certain good deeds. And it's all false. There's all

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these are recorded in such places are mainly not authentic. And they say that it's okay to do this. Why? Because you're encouraging other people to quit, but you're lying against the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Similarly, people lied for him, not against him, this is what they said. But even for him is a huge crime. See, now that you've learned about these, you know that their levels of authenticity levels of weakness as well. So when something is at the point of being muldaur, it's fabricated, then there is no question about it, you're not going to pass it on as a statement of profit or loss. But if you read that statement, and it's a good statement, like it's meaningful,

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then you can say that, you know, somebody said such and such, but you can't say that if you do this action, and there's this much reward on it, because then you're fixing something that the, but if it's a good statement, you can quote it as, you know, a good quote, but not as a statement of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because it's quite possible that it was narrated, you know, by somebody, it was their own statement and somebody passed it on as a Hudis. So we have to be careful with it. But we don't all necessarily know like, we don't know if it's actually authentic or not. And but many people in common everyday language will say, Oh, don't you know, there's a hadith about this,

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where I think there's a hadith about this. So what is the ruling pertaining to us when we sometimes say that or should we not say anything at all? When you know that it is fabricated, then don't say it and if you see other people saying it, then also let them know because some fabricated our bodies are so common

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so common that people don't even think or know that they're fabricated. So once we know that it's wrong, it's not what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said that we should put a stop to it. If you don't know if and you're not held accountable, because it's not on me, then you understand and insisted upon it that you should convey those people who hear the Hadees should convey, and we're supposed to do the same. So if we know the Hadees, and we are so much in love with Prophet sallallahu wasallam, it's an honor to convey his words in a proper way, instead of trying to fabricate our hobbies or, or saying something that we heard or, or we think we heard. So whenever

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anything authentic is a great virtue, and narrating fabricated is a great crime. Lying against somebody, it's also like to think like when you're lying, that's already a crime. And second, the honor of the person is also sacred, and you're violating that so that's

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and it's corrupting the religion as well. Many scholars allow that, that for for dialogue are much weaker, these may be used, but if you know that it's fabricated, it's something that's not of the religion then doesn't seem right. And when there's so many other authentic Hadees, which tell us about the virtues of other good deeds, and should we not focus on them, of course we should.

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Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned its importance in couple places in Quran and there is no room for us to try and convey through the weak sources in the Quran. That's already important enough, because remember that anything that is of hate, that is of our benefit that is important for us, a lock invaded, and the messengers that allows them conveyed it, Allah hell Bella. So when he conveyed it, and we don't need to invent things, and we don't need to pass on things that he did not say or do is it doesn't take much of an effort to just find out if this is authentic or not. So we shouldn't like go on and like continuing this ignorance, I don't know, maybe it's weak, maybe it's not and stuff

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like that.

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And also, be careful when you say that I had these is weak, if you're not sure about his weakness, don't go on saying that it's weak. So for example, if somebody comes and asks, you know, I heard that this is mentioned to her these that if you do such and such, this is this is the reward and you've never heard about it. And it's also it also sounds strange, then what should you do? Say that I have never heard about it? I'm not sure. However, I do know that inauthentic are these, this is what we learn. Okay, so give them what you know, tell them what you know, what you're not sure of don't say this is false, because what if it is and you don't know you haven't done your research?

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Because there may be some things which, you know, for example, we have not learned or we find very strange and you know, we're not 100% comfortable with so we go on rejecting that denying that no. So we're we're not allowed to fabricate, invent things, we're not allowed to even reject. What I'm saying is that if it's not something that fixes, you know, reward or punishment for an action or tells you something about our feet or something, well, they don't narrate it at all motivational quotes. Yeah, that's okay. Even if they don't say this statement, the profit sort of No, of course, but like you would say that, so and so person said it, but they're known as someone that's not there

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who does not correct and then can you say it's a good quote, but do you think that we should avoid passing it on do you think or should we just refrain from it really depends on what it is what it says? Like, for example, seek knowledge even if you have to go to China? If you're encouraging somebody to go and learn to continue learning, you can say that you know, it is said, but don't say that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said this, don't say this is a part of Islam. Because if you think about it, it is motivation, learn knowledge, even if you have to go to China meaning Don't, don't restrain, don't limit yourself to seeking. So if you say just as you know, it is said, That's

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different. Are we allowed to paraphrase howdy? Yeah, and you say that this is the gist of the hotties because, you know, we learned that for example, this Hi this is mutawatir in Marana also in loves, in wording and also in meaning. So sometimes the companions they conveyed the meaning of what they learned or what they understand sometimes the exact words as well. I want you to start reading these activities to one another. Practice your Arabic reading your Hadees reading. I want to hear how these not other words, you can say this, let's say the chain as well practice it. Just one thing before we conclude the meaning of the word ama.

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Ama is it gives meaning of verily truly, it intensifies the meaning it has meaning of enough. So indeed Verily, if you look at the context as well, Allah ama in any So indeed, okay, verily, it's for the purpose of emphasis. So this is just like laqad surely God in fact, okay, double tokat

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Okay, we will conclude over here inshallah.

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panic alarm will be only going to show the world that ilaha illa Anta Mustapha Luca wanted to be a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.