Tim Humble – 034 Kids Class – The Sunnah In Islam

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of following the messenger and the differences between the Prophet Muhammad and the Quran. They also discuss the profit margins of the company and the importance of practicing prayer and learning the language of Islam. The speakers emphasize the importance of finding the right person and learning from experiences to determine the right person to be. They also mention the importance of practicing prayer and memorizing the Bible. The conversation ends with a discussion of hobbies and learning from experiences.
AI: Transcript ©
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Completely laid off the the ironing or so that was set up

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maybe in 100

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Okay, we have a brand new topic today and our brand new topic today is the sun theme.

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So I'm going to start with a very general question and asked you guys what do you know about this word? Soup now when you hear the word soup What do you know about

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Okay girls have got an answer what about you when

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you know when you pray and when you go on the ground

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so that's such that Okay, so you couldn't do sooner prayers right? Okay, so we talked about certain prayers sooner press from here so keep that in mind what who else is fighting the variety of afterwards summed up in the voice

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when you pray that you just do

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extra grants very good so they could be sued that extra breath or

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something that prophet SAW loved while he was saying that he said very good. Excellent.

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Let's see Does anyone else have any ideas? I know he didn't give us your second time so let's give some chance to the other guys. Okay, so the gills they said something the prophet SAW a lot while he was setting up said

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or did or approved off and that was a little bit extra. A little bit extra to what we have from the voice side something that prophets license said and some of the boys said something which is extra to what you have to do. So what does that tell us? He actually tells us that the word Sunni Islam is actually a word that has lots of different meanings.

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So can we start with getting a really general meaning for it like not really specific language will not send our prayers or just something like super general not what the person said at dinner pool? Something like the most basic meaning that you can have? What is the word Suna mean in the most basic meaning that the word can have

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okay yes maybe like when you're eating like if

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that's not a genuine meaning that you're telling me about something very detailed about eating I want the meaning that is zoom out all the way out. What meaning Do we have very very general people are

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like girls I'm still struggling to get these things one second goes one second because there's not I'm not getting a lot of connection.

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The most general mnemonic of Yes

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Okay, we're still talking about very specific things guys, I've got a simple rule I do two languages English Arabic. I don't do Kurdish I don't do I don't do any other language Tell me English German Arabic otherwise going to stop

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eating that's very specific. You're still telling me about something really detailed? So once it goes I'm just having a problem. Just give me a moment. Because I'm not I'm not getting that connection. I should have just give me a second shower.

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Try one more time

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with the girls one second.

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should be okay now.

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Meanwhile, the boys can be thinking of a really good answer.

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Okay, girls, most genuine meaning you can think of

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how to worship a lot. Nah, still not they're still not there. Well, the girls What do you think?

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To do something extra is very good idea. A very good idea, but still not all right. Okay, I'm going to give you the answer for this one. The general meaning of the word sweetener in Islam is the problem.

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Fitz guidance, so a lot of ideas and generally what he, he guided us to do. So let me ask you a question before that. Why did Allah send the Prophet Mohammed sola Aryans? And why didn't Allah send out a book that just came down and landed in our hands?

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Why did Allah send us the Prophet Mohammed? So I said, Yes. What do you think the Prophet he knows the only God is

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very good. And for him to pray to Allah?

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And if he did, he would, he would have no people who are very good, we wouldn't have known who to worship if it wasn't for him. Excellent answer. I love that answer. Very good. You wouldn't know

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if it's just a random photo. What if the book was like to toe right? Like Allah wrote it with his own hand and send it down like the Torah.

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Okay, the Gil said, it's an example that we can follow. So the prophet SAW the lava and he was and that was sent to us as an example that we can follow. So that you can have a real example you can follow. That example is called the sonet. In general.

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But so far, we've had some really good answers about doing extra things. And so the word soon that must have some other meanings. Okay, does that make sense? Generally, it's the example the prophets example. That's what he came with. He came for us to follow Him and copy him his example. That's the sooner but the word sooner guys just look this way. Boys look this way. For me. All of you. Okay? The word soon that can be used different ways. Also, it can be used as the opposite to vote, for example, or wage. So something you have to do, and something that's optional. So what you have to do, we might call it, why'd you

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and some people might call what you don't have to do, you might call it suing them, for example, like sooner prayers and things like that. But that's not the sooner we're talking about today. That's not what we're talking about today. We're talking about the example that our messenger saw the last minute send them left for us to follow. Why is it important for us to follow the messenger? So all by yourself, girls?

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Can you how to do it right for girls that he knew how to do it, right. Okay. Why else is important to follow? The example of the prophet SAW the last minute?

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What do you think?

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Because he got it from a lot. That's the answer. I want. The answer that guys, I want us to hold on to it. Very tiny, very important. Where did the suit come from? Where did the profits example come from? It came from user, Allah.

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Allah said the one young to me hella in Houma in, why don't you have when he speaks? He doesn't speak from his own opinion.

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Where does he speak from?

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What do you think? From what Allah told him to say?

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So he doesn't speak. Like I think like somebody asked me, What do you think we should make this carpet gray? Or we should make it green? Well, I think No, it's not like that. When the Prophet scope he spoke when Allah told him what to say, when young, do I need an hour in? In? What do you have? is a revelation to how long overdue? So hold on, then what's the difference between what the prophet said that the poor are

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gone? I can't, there's no difference. Because whatever the Prophet said,

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not always know. So a lot of things that pop as I said, are not in the pipeline to tribal. Still, for the two are different. to a different Yes, you sir.

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Go for it. It wasn't in the Koran. And he said it How would we know they said it? Because we wouldn't know it. That's what we're going to learn today. That is exactly what we're going to learn today. If it wasn't in the Quran, and he studied, how do we know that? He said, that is exactly what we're going to learn today. That's exactly what we're going to learn today. What do you think? Did you get passed on for centuries? Very good. Very, very got passed on.

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from person to person very good so but I still want to know the difference between what the prophet said and the Quran

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the Koran is directly from Allah okay but the Hadith courtesy is directly from Allah

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Come on guys you all have you read Quran all of you read Quran right?

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So for example if I start in my prayer and I say Allah who

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has been me ya know man equilibrating man I mean Can I do that?

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No, why not?

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So the Quran we worship Allah by reciting it right? But what the prophets I said his example in the sooner we don't worship Allah by reciting that's one thing the Koran is where where is the Quran?

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Already one person put their hand up none of you other people know where the Quran is. The

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da now lots of different people how is that different people are lots of different people who haven't answered yet. Where are you guys?

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Gil someone who hasn't answered yet

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only in the message

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everywhere This is here

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can't see it.

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Okay, one will be

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anywhere described to be where's the court?

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In every nation also get too complicated. First of all, you got to follow the Quran what is in the

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Quran is in almost half the copy of the Quran, the printed copy of the Quran, you find the Quran in the most half. Where do you find them the Sunday you don't find it in the most half frame.

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I can't open this book up here, the one that's on the shelf here all these copies of the Quran and find a Hadith of the Prophet slicin them right.

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Okay, we're getting close. So so far everybody understood. There is a difference between the Quran and the tree what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, which we call the Sunnah. Okay, the Quran, we recite it and we worship Allah by reciting all you guys when hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen? Yeah, you recite it and you get rewards for reciting it.

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The Heidi is not found in the last half. So that you guys all know adults have this right? The printed copy of the Quran, the written copy of a karate wallet. What do we call it?

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The most have okay. We don't find the heartbeat inside of almost half. Okay, the first half is 1-234-567-8910 11. Two, a lot of Messiah. Yeah, a lot of them all around the masjid. This is the plan. Okay. Right. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said some things that were not part of

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those things that he brought us to teach us. We call it the sooner we call it the sooner and the sooner as the girls rightly said is made up of four things, but the girls only said it to me.

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But we'll forgive them. They said three but it's

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what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, That's number one.

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What he did, that's number two.

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What he approved of that's number three.

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And his description. That's number four. So I want everyone to explain to me, not everyone, because that will be everyone talking at once. But I want for you guys to explain to me each one, what the profits are SLM set. So giving explained what does that mean.

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So explain to me what does that mean?

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So that's something the sooner is for things, right? Is what the prophets I said. So he came out one day and he said,

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Doc doc Doc,

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yeah. The prophet SAW love it. He was sending them said,

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mean Hosni is the Mo. town kumala from the perfection of someone's faith is you leave what doesn't concern? Anything if you leave those things that don't concern you? He said, he said, Okay, that's number one. Number two, what the problem

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boots on the wall while he was sending them the deed. How is that different from what he said?

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Okay, okay, that's right. Very,

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very good actions, not words, actions, not words. So the prophet SAW the law where it was set them stood facing the Kapler. And he raised his hands to the level of his shoulders or the bottom of his ears. That's action. He didn't say anything yet. Okay, he just did

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the action. The third thing is what he approved of what does that mean?

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What he approved off.

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Okay, so who is doing the thing now? In what the profit approved off? who is doing the action?

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Yeah, the companions. So someone around him the companion was doing the action. And he liked it. He approved of it. How did the Prophet so I said that used to show his approval.

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Three ways. Let's even get one free.

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So the girls got the highest one first.

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Okay. Okay.

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If we have any thoughts on telegraphy, shut them off. Yeah. So first of all, the prophets I some could say so right? He could say that you've done well, he could say that he was pleased. Or he could say this is correct.

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You could say you did well, you could say that this is correct. Secondly, he might do something to show you as happy like he smiled, politely can never use all of our use. And he smiled. yet. The third thing, and that's the hardest one is he might just be quiet.

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Why is it when the prophets I send them was quiet, that it means he approved of it?

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The girls got the right answer straightaway. He would like to pass them. But they got it. They said if the Prophet slicin them saw something wrong, what would he have done?

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He would have spoken and said this is wrong. Make sure you do the right thing. So if he didn't speak about it, that means that it must be right. And the fourth thing is the prophets description. So a lot of our listeners What did he look like? Does anybody have any idea what the prophets I said look like?

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Okay, so the girl said he was medium heights. That's true. He wasn't very, very tall. He wasn't short.

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He was all medium heights. And he wasn't very, very tall wasn't something tall like that. And he wasn't short. He was a medium height.

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Many times in his life most of the time in his life. He had quite long hair that came between his ears and his shoulders many times not of course your hair changes your life

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cutting the time of hardships.

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What about the color of his skin? What was what skin color did he have?

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Okay, let's see. What do you mean? Okay, Brown? Brown. Okay.

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Brown ish looking like white ish. Okay.

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Mashallah, you brought every skin color. Thank you for everything. Not the prophets. I send them honest. He said. The prophets I send them was not an abbiamo unpack. He didn't have very white skin. What have been added and he did have dark skin. His skin was not dark. It was not very, very white. Any very white. It was not white, like light was not very white and it was not dark. Instead, it was a little bit to the side of white, any a little bit fair. You saw how the color of people who come from the Arabian Arabian countries like the Gulf War color skin, they have. Yeah, but his skin was lighter than some of them. It was a little bit light, but it wasn't white and white, white, and it

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wasn't dark. It was a little bit on the slide.

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That was the color of the skin. Okay, what else do we know about the description of the Prophet's personality? We know something about his personality.

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He was

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shy person. Very good. He was shy. He was shy. That's true.

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First you have to give me an answer Tell me something about his personality so a lot more reason.

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He had a presence. Okay, very good. Tell me something else about his personality.

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I don't remember the color of his eyes. To be honest. I can't remember how

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I remember

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he was kind of keeping meaning Oh for Raheem Sterling true. He was kind of merciful to other people. Lucia

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was generous. Yeah, he was generous brave now you can ask a question

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I heard that because he's going on with from like a different color. Let's go that's very true. like human beings. Yeah, that's very true human beings. Have you ever wondered why human beings their skin is all different color? Because when Allah created Adam, what did He create? Adam from?

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What the degree is?

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Clear right from the earth. And if you look at the earth, what color is the earth? like Earth? I don't mean earth as in like from space. I mean, earth, like soil and sand. Okay, you get Browns up soil. What other color do you get?

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Sandy colored sand. Okay, what other color do you get? White for the sand? What other color do you get?

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Very very dark like rocks. Like very very dark. Like volcanic rocks. You get all of that? What other colors do you get?

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Like a tan color. What other color do you get?

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peach? Yeah, like peach color. What other color do you get?

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like kind of like a brown and a red. Okay so when Allah created Adam from all those different colors what happened to Adams children

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their skincare all those different colors

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were all from the children Adam. Adam was a follow up from Adam Adams from top so that made all the difference from Adams children all the different colors of their skin came from the different color of the earth that Adam was created by the prophets I send them his color the color of his skin he was fair with some red in it it had a reddish color and it was fair but for his people he wasn't white and it wasn't doc that's how the promises and skin was so we talked about his height so that's one lesson and we're not going to get too far because this is another topic quickly you know how are not all these children? Yeah. All Muslim or

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Christian all of the children of Adam were Muslim for 10 generations after 10 generations shavon came and by generation needed like 10 sets of children Yeah, like children children children grandchildren. great great great great great great great great great, great grandchildren until 10 generations went by and then the chiffon started to get them to go we from the different religions and then a loss in noise to call them back to Islam. yes

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to things to kick on. Is that right? Because then when you get angry you get red Yeah.

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What happened to the one of the sons of Adam because one of them killed his son they didn't they they just went away. They did carbon hardwood they did but we were going to talk about that when we talk about stories of the prophets Okay, so when we do our class on stories the prophets we talk about Adam and we talk about what happened to adults to children but there is a red that is you get birthdays very very red in color like some red sand and red clay you do get okay guys let's stop because otherwise we're going to lose the topic we're going to go back we said Allah gave us the poor everyone happy everyone good luggage. We all know a crannis for and start to sort of not have

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any sort of now that suppose as well. Guys Be careful here. The printed book you have how many crayons? By the way. How many grams of it

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is how many for Android?

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There is one night you're thinking about ways of reciting you write one for how many it must have masahisa

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millions Okay, so these books here are a must have. That means a written

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printed copy of the Quran. Okay, a copy of the Quran we call it a must have a copy of the Quran. The Quran is just weren't allowed to give one

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Until the profit slicer he didn't give him more than one it gave him one. Okay, one second one second one second. Allah give the profits I supply okay. And along with the Quran the Prophet said in Allahu Tito for Anna with Tito for Anima mitsuba and poke him upon will Tito Khurana when we

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come upon, he said I was given the plan and I was given something else with it. that something else is what we call the

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know the first half is a printed copy of

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the Sooners killing guys refusal concentrate, listen, if you keep your hand up every two seconds that's why we don't get anywhere.

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Two minutes. Number one, Allah gave the prophets Isola Quran. Very good, happy. everybody happy? Yeah.

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The printed copy of the Quran, there is about

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100 in this Masjid is called up.

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Okay, along with the Koran. Allah gave the prophets I send them something else he gave him the Sudan. Okay. The sooner is for things is what the prophets I seldom said and what he did and what he

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approved off. Okay. And his description. This is the

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this is that.

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Okay, very good.

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Okay, once again, once

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we find the core pattern in almost half, agreed. Yep, that's if I want to find something for an eye opener.

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Where do I find the sooner

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Okay, girls give me an answer. Boys. Any ideas?

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Boys, boys, boys voice?

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You're letting the team down one. I find the sooner I find that.

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I find the Quran in the word what I was

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going by reading by reading a very good way when I read it. The girls gave me a yes.

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In the Heidi excellent martial law. Fantastic. That's the answer we needed. We're going to find it in the Heidi. Okay, what's

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very good so the girls give me a good idea. Let's hear from us.

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Okay, so a tender ration from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. So, one second hands down. The prophet SAW law while he was setting them settings and did things and approved of things. And he had a description. Those things are narrated to us, what do we mean by narrated past? All right, passed on to us in something called the Hadeeth. Okay.

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So in this, Heidi, we're going to find something that prophets I send them said was something he did, or something he approved off, or something that he How did he look or how was his personality? We're going to find that in the head.

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Okay, Heidi is made up of two parts I'm going to tell you about. The first thing it's made up of, it's made up of shape. Alright, everybody knows what a chain is, right? Like a metal chain, right by chain like that. But it's not a metal chain. This is a chain of people. Okay?

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That chain finishes with the profits or loss of ideas.

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Okay, usually, sometimes the profits lesson tells us something or loss it but usually finishes with the profits

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before the profit slice and learn who's going to be the next person down in this chain.

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A component gills got it right has to be a component. It can't be anybody else otherwise the chain is

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broken. Right? Agreed. So the prophets I said that there has to be a company from the companion there has to be now another person and another person and another person until finally it ends up inside of a book of hobbies.

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ends up inside of a book of

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hobbies. So cool. From the book now backwards. The author wrote a book. Let's see for example,

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Very famous book of how you let's say Sahih Muslim.

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Okay, I open up second Muslim,

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the author of the book, his name was an email Muslim.

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People who had judge,

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we open his book, he says, someone told me, this man told me that this man told him that this man told him that this man told him that this companion said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said this, or did this or approved of this and so on. To get me so far. It's a chain of people from the book to the Prophet. So love it yourself. Does that make sense? Yeah, so far with me, you guys are looking at it and not convinced. So let's give an example. Let's just keep a simple example.

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Let's just say for example, use of here,

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use of knowledge start a study that Zack tool uses. And Yusef told no, I, I knew I told Adam and Adam told Bobby, that's a chain right? One person is telling the next person, okay? But instead of you all sitting together, you're wanting different types. And if he was living then when he died, he was livid that he died like that. So each one passes it until it reaches the companion and the companion tells us what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said or did or what he approved. Okay, very good. We said sometimes the chain doesn't stop there. How could it be done sometimes the changes and stuff shouldn't be the profit slice and that's it should not be the end of the chain

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sometimes the profits I set them goes back and tells us something that our loss it outside of a format

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something that Allah said for example, the prophet sighs lm says Allah said

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but actually when he gave them to bill

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so the Prophet size and tells us our loss it okay. When the prophets I said tells us that Allah said we call this a Hadid. Kudu see

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we call it a Heidi who do see that's when the Prophet sizer told us that Allah that Allah said okay, after the chain what's the other part of the habit

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once the chain is finished and we reach the profit slice and now what was the next day? Was it everybody's got two parts got a chain and it's got something else?

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No, no, that's all part of the chain.

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It's got a chain and then it goes to the profit and then

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what do you think?

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Exactly the words itself very good moving spawn the words itself the actual words of the actual text, the words the action, what happened? You said it the actual words itself. So this is that that one that's one part and the chain is one part. Okay?

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Very, very good. So we've now learned that Allah gave the Prophet slicer two things, he gave him the plan and he gave him the sooner the sooner is what the prophets I said and did of what he approved off and his description. And it's made up of Hadith, which are reports, okay, these hagie are not found in one book. You can't find them in one book. In fact, if I just look at my bookshelf over there,

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if I look at my bookshelf over there, you look at the second bookshelf, from the top of that bookshelf, and all the girls can't see it. All the way down to the bottom of that bookshelf are all books of health.

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Both books are so packed

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with chains and different words and different things and so many hats.

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So there's more heavy, right than there is for us.

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There's more Hadeeth right, there's more of the sooner is bigger than look for how many pages is the most, you know, roughly.

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What do you think guys? How many pages and that was roughly let's see. What about the hospital on them? What is it 600 roughly 600 606 610 six, it depends on the copy 600 roughly. Okay.

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If I just look at one book of heavy is in the eye

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Have 1500 pages and easily I have 1-234-567-8910 1112 1213 keep going.

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clustering the six most famous books of huggie Bear are 36,000 times just in six books.

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Okay, yesterday

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This is the heartbeat for

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class a very good question. Is the Hadeeth more important than the perhaps not it's not more important

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box we need the Heidi's to help us with the fraud. Why?

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Why do we need that? Want to understand? So the poor and if it's only 600 pages that means it must have a lot of information in very few words. Is that true? Would you say that's true? Yeah, the Quran has a lot of information but it's only just a few words.

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So for example, what is the Adhan is about praying

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the only god okay Papa pre you're right you're totally right but what does the Quran tell us about pre

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very good so it just tells us to pray

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what LTE most smaller perform the prep. Alright does it tell us much more it feels a little bit walk

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walking rain maker report with the people who make who

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Who was Judo well what makes you Jude and compared to Allah How many times do you make sujood in each prayer

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okay so in for if it's for like it make it eight times how did you know that time the poor

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it's not in the grand

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it's not in the poor and how did you know? I don't believe you have to convince me it's not in the Quran. Allah says eight you gave me a number eight. Where did you get this number from? It's not in the Quran.

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In the Heidi. So we needed the sooner to tell us how to pray. Where do you put your hands in your prayer?

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You put them on your chest or above your navel you put them on? here right? Do you put your right hand on top or your left hand on top?

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Right hand on top left hand underneath where did you get that from? It's not in the corner.

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From the center, okay, how many Lockhart is awesome we just prayed us up here how many like artists awesome.

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It's not in the Quran. nowhere in the Quran does He say also is for God? Where did you get it from?

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From the Hadith. So now we saw you need the Hadith to give you the extra information. That's not in the Quran. Also, who understood the Quran the best?

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The Prophet sallallahu it was said, so whose explanation Do we want for the Quran?

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The prophets lie sentence explanation. So if we have his explanation for the program, and we do what he used to do that we're going to be guided right we're going to be doing things the right way. So that's what we have to do. We have to learn the Quran from the one who knew the Quran the best and we have to practice the Quran the way that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam used to practice the Quran and not we take it from the Hadith and from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu it was in the

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Quran. Yeah, one

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and no one that was the car like

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nobody could change it when nobody could react

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normally to data geology,

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yeah, because it was given by words not by writing. Because remember the profit slice and couldn't read and write. When gibreel squeezed him in the cave. What did he say to him? He said to him, it called the Prophet Mohammed said no, no, because I can't read. He said read he said I can't read. So he wasn't written down that one Quran wasn't written down. It was it was memorized by the prophets. I said, and that's why Allah said learn to have repeatedly Lisa and I can retire generally. Isn't it the gym I grew up for that either. Now in fact, there are so many now

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You know, a law is the one who taught it to the Prophet slicin that Allah is the one who gave him the ability to read it. Allah is the one who kept it safe for him and so every time you memorize the Quran you're part of that right? You're part of that carried on taking that on from Allah Allah gave to the prophets I send them to you are memorizing the capacity but we also have to memorize the Hadees as well otherwise we wouldn't know all the details about Islam we wouldn't know all information about Islam yes

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the first copy of the right so let's use the right words yet the code we'll see the first quarter and the first copy of the parameter so in the beginning the Quran was written down by the components separately not together in one place because the foreign key down in different places right like one day some IO was given another day another IO is given another day another is given and it wasn't given all together it was a little bit from here a little bit from that okay, the companions when it came they wrote it down some of the routing on leaves they wrote it on

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like skim they wrote on different on like, like like what do you call it prepared like the skins down and clean the animal skins and stuff like that they wrote it down but they didn't have one copy with the whole

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the profits I submitted but they didn't how to get done aboubaker was the first one we learnt about tobacco right he was the first one to say I'm going to bring all of these together into one book

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and he did that because of all the a book right that he can detail that way but he got locked in.

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So we want to go back to the sun that go with too many topics on that topic of course and we'll come to the athletes on this point was the profit room was the second crop in the world. The prophets I suppose the last of many, many prophets, many many prophets and maybe there were more than in some of the durations maybe they were more than 100,000

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a lot and he was the last of all and there's no one of the

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most important topics yes he was the most important prophet SAW Why would he be the last one cuz you save the best till last. Okay. All right. No, all the profits are like really good and special. Yes. Not the best like the most most special and they're like 16

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they will fight we said they will find find a special place on the bus most like special. No out of the most special there are 25 that are mentioned in the Quran. From the prophets there are 25 mentioned in the Quran.

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And out of them five were the most special and they were we mentioned them last time. They were no, I Moosa. I know why you brought him and masa and Risa and Mohammed. So are you guys I want to go back to get off topic stops, go back.

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There are six of the most important books of heighth. And I want you to listen to the needs of Okay, six books of how these are the most important books where we can find the Hadith of the Prophet Mohammed Salah.

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Now, are they the only six books? No, no, as I said, I've got a bookshelf full of books on hand.

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But six of them are the most important books.

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The most important of the six is Sahih al Bukhari.

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You remember that game?

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Okay, I'll help you remember that, you know, what?

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Have you ever heard of a country for a police? Or a city Kolkata? No, no. Have you heard of perspective stuff? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's a city there who hora and they there was a long, long time ago. around about 200 years after the prophets I send them died. There was a man there whose name was Alan Hardy.

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His name was al Bukhari, and he wrote a book of Hades called Sahih aldehyde. Okay, you good so far.

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All right, this book, he gathered together the most authentic and the most important had he brought the floor together in one place. And this book is called Slahi. aldehydic. Is it all of the important hobbies? No.

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But it's the best book of hobbies that we have. It's the most authentic book that we have.

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Okay. Secondly, after that comes another book. This one's easy to remember the name Sahih Muslim, because the person who wrote it, his knee was Muslim. That's what his name was. His name was Muslim, Muslim. That was his name, but he wrote a book called Sahih Muslim. So we have Sahih al Bukhari and we have Sahih Muslim. We have many other books, many, but I just want you to learn those two for today. Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim what were the two books? Hari Muslim Bukhari Muslim, Hari Muslim, right?

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Before we finish the class, there's something we have to know.

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And I'm gonna ask the girls because the girls have been I don't know where that goes, I feel like the girls have gone off, made a cup of tea or sat down and started talking. I don't know, they did not invite you.

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They're here to go say that he or why do we have a chain of people in every home?

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Very good. So girls get the exact right answer to see if it's authentic. Because what would happen if the chain was broken?

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It wouldn't be authentic. And what would happen if one of the people in the chain didn't have a very good memory?

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You would get the wrong answer and what would happen because it gives them some chance and what would happen if you had somebody who was not a good Muslim in the chain

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you wouldn't be able to trust their answer right? So these chickens they have to be connected no breaking the chain

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and the people in each place they have to be good Muslims with a good man right? They have to be good Muslims with a good memory every person in that chain has to be a good Muslim with a good man. And then it's going to go back one, two, the next one, the next one next one, the companion and then to the Prophet so I said how big do you think the chains between a Malibu high he died 250 years after the age of 256 to be exact.

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And the Prophet slicin how many people between him and between the Prophet Put your hands up if you think there was one person in that chain between Bihari mouth the body and the prophets license? anybody think there was one person in the chain nobody kills you put each tell me how many people two people two people in the chain

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nobody three people in the chain

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now you're wrong some some of the genius behind how three people

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okay what about four people?

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Yes No four people is very common. So typically Buhari will have poor people between him and the profits of law in the chain every one of them has to be a good Muslim with a good memory. Okay, and they are passing the story along passing the words along until we go to the prophets I send them a passing down into each idema alhaj and that's how we have these insane piles. Why do we have to check all those people in the chain we have to investigate them right?

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To make sure they will good Muslims with a good memory. Yeah. So we can be sure that that's really what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said so when you hear a heartbeat is this

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when you hear a Heidi

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is every Heidi reliable? Is every heartbeat authentic?

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Some people said yes. Some people said no. The people who think No Why not?

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pliable suits Exactly. Because we divorce change. We have to change

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Losing the chain if we don't know who's in the chain we don't know that they were a good Muslim with a good memory so we can't be sure. So when you hear a heartbeat The first question you have to ask is, is it really what the prophet slicin them said? Is it really true?

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Why not?

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Why Why don't go Why do I have to ask you about the product

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no problem died the Sunday is a message also for Allah. Why do I have to ask you about the program? Because I can pick up the last half and I can open it up and I can check. You said to me that there's an ayah in the Quran called

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a healthcare field I said prove it to me. He said Okay, no problem. So you went to the back you took the most half you open the up there is okay for the holidays. No, you have to show me those people who were those people in that chain? Who were they? Were they good Muslims? Did they have a good memory? Then we can know that this is really what the prophet slicin themselves but I'm going to help you out with something I'm going to help you out with something guys every Heidi in Buhari and Muslim is offended does that help you out every Heidi's in which book

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and Muslim is authentic? Every single one of them so you don't have to worry about those the other books you have to worry a bit you have to check it out. Ask your teacher. Is it true? Is it not true? But behind a Muslim you don't have to worry about that happening is definitely 100% authentic.

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Very good. So now we came to the end of our class, we learned a lot of things. We learned that Allah gave the prophets I send them before

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we learned the difference between the Quran and the Sunnah. We learned the Sudanese, what the prophets I simply said and did and approved off I use description,

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we learned that the Heidi is in the ration about that, we learned that that body is made up of and it's

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not as it's made up of two things is made up of

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the chain

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and is made up of the

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words it's made up of the chain

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is made up of the guys look at me, it's made up of the words, the chain that and the words that

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and we said that you have to check that chain, you have to be careful to make sure it's definitely what the prophets I send them said, we give you an example of two books of Hadith. One was called

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Buhari, another homeschooled Muslim, and both of them are

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and reliable, and you can trust the Hadeeth inside of them. Okay, next lesson, we are going to start learning some hiding.

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We're going to start learning some hobbies.

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And we're going to be taking those hobbies. Very small company

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only has 40 to hire.

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So we're going to take a company and we're going to learn some of those Heidi's and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, so that we can know what they meant. And so we can practice them and put them into practice in our life. Does that make sense? All right.

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Yes, we're gonna do

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very good game. Now you asked a very good question. What was the what was idam? skin color? Okay? We don't know for sure. But the word ad in Arabic means dark skinned.

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The word

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itself means to have dark skin. So it might be that he was given that name because he had very dark skin.

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We don't know for sure. Because we don't have a clear report about it. But the word in Arabic means dark skin

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to war, while ago had

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sores in the sounds of your skin. Yeah, that'd be red, because it shaped

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the devil

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was read.

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We do a lot. First of all, shapefile is not a human being so he doesn't fall under the rules of human beings. Does that make sense? Like he doesn't look like us.

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Like she doesn't look like us he's got a different because he's a genius he's got human beings from the gene like Allah said can and you know gene vessel current embryo so he's not like us and we know he's very funny and we know he's very ugly because Allah said about the tree of zap poke Allah said Paul or haha and you know who also share that tree is so ugly it's proved to look like the heads of shaper so we know it's ugly but you know you see these pictures of a red thing with horns like little horns and red like red color. We don't know this is how the Shanghai works. This is how the non Muslim see looks we don't have we don't have a clue.

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So we don't know. Yes, having

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said no and Ibrahim and also the reason Warhammer fullbore.

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Because he is the first author was the first but he was not from those five. Allah chooses Allahu Allah.

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Allah knows best who should he choose? Right? So are the most important because he is the first ever prophet. But Adam didn't come with a new message to his people right? either didn't come with either his kids were Muslim, he just passed on Islam to them. But no way he was the first one sent to people who didn't believe in him. His people didn't believe in him and he was sent to convince them that Islam is the truth right? So it's like a bigger job right? More than as as john adams job was, he was the first Prophet and the first human being and he taught Islam to his children. But no in his first job it was the people didn't believe in him was to explain Islam to people who didn't

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believe in

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Islam since other Islam as Christians, because Islam means submission to Allah right. Did Adam submit to Allah? Yeah, so that's why

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and so was more headed by him and more sad recently.

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Yes, condition can turn into anything you want. Yeah, she can can definitely turn into a person. But he usually turns into an old man. Because that's the example of the Battle of bedroom he turned into an old man and into all sorts of hobbies of it. Why are we still friends as a car he was old man. He's not like, I mean, I wouldn't say to the to anything you want this, but yet he can come like in the picture of the person who can come in the shape of a person.

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Like in your book.

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The profits were protected from the whispers of the shape of the Prophet size. And every one of us has a curried like a shape on whispers in your ear, right tells you to do naughty things here. Except the Prophet slicer is curry became Muslim. And he only tells him to do good things.

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So his curry never told him.

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my granny protected

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because Allah wants to test us. That's why he didn't protect this information. Because he wanted to test us a new asset. Which of you is going to do the best? So to have a test you have to be asked to be difficult, right? You have to have like some difficulties in your test. How to test yes happy?

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Or is it like Jim? Yes. shavon can turn into a snake. That's true.

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So how many there's good, but not every snake is a shapefile. Right? Does that make sense? Not every snake is a good okay.

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that's true. is by Jean and Gucci. Jean we talked about in one of our classes. They are a creation from Allah's creation, okay. They're not ghosts, they're not dead people. They are like a separate like, Allah created people and Allah created animals and Allah created angels and Allah created a separate, right, that separate groups, some of them are Muslim, and some of them are not, because Allah told us about the middle class

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here, so some of them are restricted. We can't see them because Allah said it was a human hatred.

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He sees you what you can't. You can't see you. You can't see.

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Okay, guys, we are dealing we are out to us all the time. 10 minutes and your parents are waiting. Yes, yes, of

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Like the

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black one

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How does the shape on squeezed through the gap of the brain yeah but though we both were shaped by different world tours right so we can't make a give an example of that. We can't like give a we can't like explain it to you how it happens because it's in a different world but he squeezes through the gaps that's why you have to put your shoulder with the shoulder of the person next to you and your foot with the foot of the person next to you and

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good gene.

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Other gene that didn't actually cross the border with not border is earth and the bitumen cost not necessarily because the good gene can live around you as well like the budget the provinces and mentioned in Medina, there was confusion so they can live. They can be on Earth. Yeah, they can be on Earth. But the difference is they also they pray to Allah they do for some people trouble they, you know, they worship Allah, they believe in Allah, but that's different from the jinn who don't believe in Allah. And they tried to make people leave Islam and they tried to pull people away from Islam. So those who call them Sheltie right shaper Okay guys, I didn't get much as your questions

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came in here. We can't we have to stop there. He shall Long Island next week. I don't know the girls were the girls. The girls didn't have any questions.

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Was it worth it? Those golf?

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I guess they didn't have any questions, guys.

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Let's see.

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No questions. Okay, the girls didn't have any questions. In that case. We don't want to stop there. That's where our money isn't coming to mention office, desk or slow to set up out of your

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