Tim Humble – Buloogh al-Maram – The Book of Zakah, Lesson 03 – Hadeeth 484 (a)

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The Hadith is a period in which multiple hadiths were written and transmission. The Sun shaping itself as a means of legfall and the importance of writing in South Africa is discussed. The title provides insight into the legal framework for wealth and the importance of wealth in Islam, including the importance of housing, trade goods, and money. The discussion touches on the importance of money and the importance of privacy regulations for privacy concerns. The speaker emphasizes the importance of practicing the concept and understanding the rules for future events.
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Howdy Salwa,

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Dini and Alhamdulillah horrible alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Atilla sola Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi etchmiadzin

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as always we praise Allah azza wa jal when we ask Allah azza wa jal to exalt dimension and grant peace to our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and to his family and his companions.

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inshallah to Allah what we're going to do today is because we have a really long Hadeeth is we're going to just take the Hadith piece by piece instead of reading the whole Heidi through, probably if we read the whole Heidi through most of the lesson will go because it's a long Hadith, but what we will do is just read it stage by stage and explain it stage by stage. So a little bit different to what we usually what we usually do. Why not necessarily Allahu anhu and bekkering is siddik radi Allahu anhu Keter Bella, had he Ferriero to sada Atilla t follow baja Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allen muslimeen will let Mr Allah who would be her Rasulullah who

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is Ravi Allahu anhu narrates that Abu Becker acidic radi Allahu anhu wrote to him,

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saying, This is the obligation of sada which the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made obligatory for all of the Muslims, and that which Allah commanded His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with So in this first part of the Hadith we learned that this hadith is narrated from NSE, pneumatic, or the Allahu anhu was the servant of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that this came to him through Abu Bakr as Siddiq. First of all, we need to understand that from a hadith point of view, the companions narrate from each other,

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the Sahaba, narrate from one another, and there is no harm in that. So not every time and sometimes you ask the question, how can Abu hurayrah rhodiola

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nourish narrate a Heidi about something that happened before he became Muslim for example, it happens a lot

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that you have Abu hurayrah or you have a Sahabi narrating a Heidi, about something that happened way before they became Muslim or way before they joined the Messenger of Allah Sall Allahu Allahu wa send them. So how could that be because the Sahaba narrate from each other.

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They used to tell each other and all of them are, are adored, they are completely reliable and trustworthy. So we have no concerns with one rating from the other here and this is no rating from Abul Becker graviola. And he's telling us that sometimes they will tell you sometimes they won't tell you in some of the ahaadeeth the Sahaba will simply narrate the Hadith, without mentioning

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that this hadith was transmitted to them by Abu Bakar or by someone else, but here Anasazi Allahu anhu. He tells us that Abu Bakar acidic was the one who wrote this to him.

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Now in the statement wrote this to him, we have a great benefit. Actually, we should start by understanding the context. The context here is that alberca sent Anis robiola and to Alba hurricane, now the hurricane is not the hurricane that you know of today that the hurricane that he sent us to is not the hurricane that you know of today, but it's what is known today as LSR

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which is still in the eastern part of what is now Saudi Arabia. That Eastern part there is a place called elesa that is what was at that time called Alba harangue. He sent us there as a Mossad

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or Musa dip,

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the without the with the shed there are two there's a word the mean beside the dal and the cough. When you put a shed that on the side and you say mosaddek that's the person giving the soccer and when you say Mossad that's the one who's collecting the soccer. So he sent us as a massage. I someone collecting as a card as a card collector. He sent him as a soccer collector, and he sent with him or he gave to him, something that was written down that explained the Zika and this came from the messenger

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Loss of a lot of it was seldom, in fact, it had his seal on it, ie the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam had it written down for him and had the seal his seal, ie when they would have a ring and they would press it onto the paper to show that on to the where the writing was to show that it was officially from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is something that was given to Abu Bakr by the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and it had his seal upon it. And Abu Bakr transmitted it to ns, radi Allahu and Houma.

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Now this tells us something also very beneficial as it relates to Edwina Sunnah, the writing of the Sun and the collection of the Sunnah. And that is that the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from it are things that were written down during his lifetime, and immediately after he passed away, so it's wrong for people to have the impression that the first time the Hadith were written, is 170 years after the 100 or 250 years after the hijra, that the first one to write it was le man Malik, or the first one to write it was le Manuel Buhari as some people mistakenly believe, rather, a hadith were being written down in the time of the messenger

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam, as this hadith was written in the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And it was transmitted after his death, by way of Abu Bakr to * or audio level, and human. So we have to understand that yes, not all of the sooner was written down in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and in fact, what you see is the writing of the sun during his lifetime was relatively small. Because of number a number of reasons. First of all, the Sahaba were excellent at memorizing, and they were not excellent at writing most of them. Most of them were not experts in writing. Generally speaking, they were not most of them were not experts in writing.

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But they were experts in oral tradition, ie memorizing word for word that was their expertise, that's what they knew how to do. But the ones who knew how to write some of them, who were not at risk of mixing up the writing of the Quran with the Hadith, like Abdullah bin amor even allows Ravi Allahumma, they wrote the Hadees during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he approved of that, however, he did disapprove of some people writing the Hadith, perhaps because of a fear that those Hadith would become mixed up with the Quran.

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For those people, maybe who are writing the Quran, or those people who it was feared it would not be easy for them to distinguish between the Quran and the Hadith. So for a while the profit side celeb prohibited some people, but he didn't prohibit everyone. And from the people who used to write from him was as we set up to live in ama, even as well the Allahu and Homer. And we have this which was written and passed on by Abel Becker, we also have a live in a pilot who had a hadith written down from the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is just another evidence to show that a hadith were written down during his lifetime. And indeed, immediately after he passed away,

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but that the writing became more and more common as time went on. As time went on, writing became more depended upon as people's memorization became less as the change became long as

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the style of transmission changed in the society as more and more people became qualified in writing. So writing of Hadeeth increase, so it was more in the time of the tablet and the Sahaba and it was more than the time of the tablet at the time of the tablet in and so on. But this is just one evidence and because you might hear some days somebody come to you and say to you, how can you trust these Heidi's they weren't even written until 250 years after the

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reality is that is not a reliable account of how the Hadith were written. And this is just one small evidence of that.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told Abubakar

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or Abu Bakr wrote down or transmitted to ns that this is the ferry Oba of the sada

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This is

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the obligation of sadaqa. And when we say obligation of sada, the obligation of sada is zeca Zakah is the sadaqa which is obligatory. Generally in South Africa, you have a choice, right? You can give

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You can give a large amount of small amount you can give, you can withhold, that's General sadhak. But as far as the cause, okay is a variable, it's an obligation and it's a token in our candle Islam from the Pillars of Islam, so you don't have a choice. So it's an obligatory sada.

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And here, the sooner is explaining what we call mage, Mel l Cora. And this is also a really important point as it relates to the relationship between the swindler and the Koran. That generally speaking, the Quran usually is general in nature. The Quran is not often detailed in nature in terms of rulings. So the Quran for example, will explain to you what are p masala, what are two zecca establish the prayer and give this

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as for the details of that some of the details are in the Quran. For example, who to give the sucker to endeavour sada cartulary fukasawa Misaki and so on to the end of the ayah

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or the Quran explains a little bit about the solar water Carol mercury macro cooler with the people making little core Sabir his motto pickle Allah say the new CSO panel robbia Allah for said Miss Mira because of EMC so panel appear out in small parts of the solar, but the solar as a whole the prayer as a whole, the sun that came and went into detail about what the core and kept general and summarized the Quran kept it summarized and the sooner gives you the detail. And in Zakah, this is even clearer, that without the sooner we would not know how to give this a car

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that we are obliged to give in the Quran will attain masala will add to say. And this is one of the proofs of the need of the Sunnah. And the importance of the Sunnah in Islam. Because if we didn't have this now, we wouldn't know how many would like it to pray for an answer and Muslim and Asia, we wouldn't know what to read aloud and what to read quietly. We wouldn't know how much of the car to give, in most circumstances,

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in most of the rulings of the car we would not know. So we need the sooner and the sooner comes along with the current

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one I am Anil Hauer in Hawaii in the wild you have he doesn't speak from his own desire. It's only a revelation, which is revealed. The Sunnah is there with the Quran. And it's there to help you to understand the commands in the Quran. And it has its own commands and prohibitions that are not mentioned in the Quran.

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But here, the purpose here is for the Sunnah, to expand upon what is mentioned in the Quran. And that's many times that that happens. The Sunnah expands upon what is in the Quran, the Quran here is management, it's general and summarized. It doesn't give us too many details about the sokar the percentages and who to give it to and things like that gives us an overview. And the sunlight gives us all of the details. And the Muslim they take both of those two, they take them two together and they don't leave the sun and say what is in the Koran is enough for us. Rather they take the Quran and they take what the Quran commands them to take when I tell Kumara Zulu woman and her Commando

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fenter whatever the messenger gives you take it whatever he prohibits you from abstain from it.

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This is the obligatory or the obligation of sadaqa meaning does occur, which the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made obligatory on the Muslims.

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When he said he made it obligatory. For all baja Sula, he made it obligatory here it doesn't mean that he brought a command without the permission of Allah azza wa jal or without authority from allies origin. Here it means that the Prophet sizes explained

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that Allah azza wa jal has made this obligatory and that's why it says, and that which Allah commanded His messenger with, so Allah commanded the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam 1am to go on in how he doesn't speak from his own desire, and he conveyed and explained that obligation to all of the Muslims.

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Now here, it makes sense to talk about the obligation of Zakah, or the types of wealth that Zakat is due upon in a general sense.

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So we said that Zakah is something connected to wealth. And we said that wealth doesn't mean pounds and dollars, necessarily

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That's part of wealth. And it doesn't necessarily mean trade goods or goods that you have in your shop to sell to people or that's part of wealth. But wealth in general in Islam the word man, it is what Allah azza wa jal has made permissible to benefit from under normal circumstances. That's one definition the scholars give for wealth. But zakkai is not jus upon all of the all of that wealth. So what is the kaiju upon Zechariah is two upon four things broadly. The first is Bay metal, and

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that is what we what we usually term. In fact, I don't even know whether we can call it cattle in English or if there's a better word, but it is camels, and cows, and sheep, and goats, or I don't know whether that what the right word for sheep and goats together is in English, but when you put them together, so you have camels and cows,

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and sheep, and that which is similar to them from, you know, sheeps, and sheep and goats,

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that is what is called a metal and

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then you have what they call a knockdown, that is gold and silver. And what has the ruling of them like money, so gold, and silver, and that which has the ruling of them like money, so gold, silver, and money,

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are all the digital trade goods prepared for trade?

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goods prepared for trade. So that means and we're going to come to it later on. But just generally speaking, that means something that you physically have a physical object that you have intended to sell, it's waiting to be sold.

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That could be a house.

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It's waiting to be sold, you're not living into benefit from it, you know, it's not your like your house you're living in, this is something that you have prepared to be sold. You've got it there to sell, it could be a car that you've prepared for sale. The only reason the reason this car is here is I'm waiting for someone to come along and buy it, it could be one, it could be 10, you could have a showroom or 50 of them, you could have just bought one to sell it, you're hoping to sell it next month, because you realized it was cheap, it was a good deal. So you bought it and you're waiting to sell it.

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And likewise, and highridge middle art, that which comes out from the earth, whether it is a horrible job, like wheat and barley, and things like that, that the grains or whether it is scmr, the fruits, so certain types of fruits and certain types of grains.

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This Hadith only deals with, broadly speaking, Bahamut will and

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and it also deals with silver as well towards the end of the Hadees. But generally speaking this hadith is about the cow is about and it doesn't mention cows that comes later. It's about camels and sheep. That's what it's about. It's about camels and sheep. That's what this hadith is dealing with this long Heidi's that we're going to speak about now. So that is what we're going to have to deal with. So we're going to take it nice and slowly. We're not going to go on too much longer. We might do a few sentences, a few parts and then we stop we go again next week and we continue. So the Heidi continues fiato bear in we're actually nominal a belief imaginary aduna l one m frequently hum sin

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the first thing that this hadith talks about is camels

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and hear the word evil. It covers all the different types of camels.

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And the Heidi says, For 24 camels or less.

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For 24 camels or less

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24 or less, that's 2423 2221. Anything less than 2525 is not included 24 or less.

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There's their car is taken from or taken by cheap.

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ie there's a car is not paid in camels. There's a car is paid in sheep. So let's give an example here. Let's continue for every five camels, one sheep

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for every five camels, one sheep,

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every five camels, one sheep.

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So what does that mean? Someone has one

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there is no Zika someone has two camels nose, aka three, four camels. nausicaa. Someone has five camels. Now there's a car is one sheep.

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Somebody has six.

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What's the second?

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One? sheep, because the five takes it. And the six is what is called a walk us. It's like a, it's, it's, it doesn't matter whether it's five, or six, or seven, or eight or nine, doesn't matter, five is the same as six, six is the same as seven, seven is the same as eight the same as nine, all of them have. One.

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When you reach 10, now it becomes too cheap. 11 is also to sheep. 12 is also to sheep. 13 is also to sheep 14 is also to sheep. Now he reached 15 and it becomes three sheep

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1617 1819 it's all the same. When we get to 20.

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It becomes for sheep

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21 is the same 22 is the same 23 is the same 24 is the same, meaning that it doesn't matter whether if Mohammed has 21 and Achmed has 24. They both pay for sheep. It doesn't matter whether one of them has 21, or one of them has 24. This is like the number that doesn't count. It doesn't make a difference. doesn't make a difference. It's like a remainder. It doesn't make any difference, whether it's there or not. What's important is he reached 20. And he didn't reach 25. He reached 15. And he didn't reach 20.

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That's what's important. He reached 10. But he didn't reach 15. He reached five but he didn't reach 10. As far as less than five, there is no Zika do upon it.

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Why is this Hadeeth talking about camels. Because ns was sent to the people of as we said, the hurricane is law, or ESA and ESA was a place where people were they were they were they dealt with cattle, particularly camels and sheep. And so ns was sent with the instructions for what he needed. There were no cows there. So he wasn't given instructions about the cows that was given to the people to more accurately allow. And when he went to Yemen because the people of Yemen, they were the people that had they had cows. So here he was given instruction, first of all about camels. And the first thing that we deal with is the number which is less than 25.

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And we've explained five equals one sheep 10 equals 215 equals 320 equals four, and it doesn't matter about the remainder between them. They don't count

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frequently Hamsun Shah for every five there is a sheep 30 there Bella comes and we're a shereena either humps in West LRT for FY has been to my holding on sir.

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So now we came to the next stage with the camels, the next place that we're at with the camels, and that is when the camels reach 25

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up to 3525 up to 35. That means up to and including 35. So that's 2526 2720 820-930-3132 3334 and 3525 all the way up to 35 makes no difference what the number is between that it just has to fall into that bracket. So there's a car collector comes along and there's a car collector says okay, how many cameras do you have? He says I have 25 or he says I have 27 wishes I have 30 or I'll have 35 we'll have 34 somewhere in that bracket, a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 35. He doesn't have 36 he doesn't have 36 or 35. Then here, he starts to pay in camels. When he has at least 25 he starts to pay his car in camels. Now to pay in camels, we have to understand the terminology around camels,

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and that is that camels are given a name according to their age.

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And the first name that we are told in the Hadith is been to my heart

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been to my

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And the camel that is called been to my heart is a camel which has completed one year. It has lived for one year, and has begun its second year of life.

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So a camel that has

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had its first year finished.

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And it is in its second year of life. So it hasn't reached the end of two years yet.

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It has passed one year old.

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And it's somewhere in its second year. Why is it called been to my heart First of all, binte tells us here that it's a she camel, it's not a male come up here, it has to be a female camel. And here there's something interesting when it comes to cows and sheep and camels, the female is worth more than the male.

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The female is considered better and more valuable than the male because the female has offspring regularly. And of course, the male you can't benefit from in that way. So the benefit from the female is more. So here specifically it's a female camel that has reached one year and entered into the second year. And that's what they call been to my heart. Why do they call it into my heart of interest, Alma hub

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are the the pains of pregnancy.

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Because as we have in Santa Maria, for Agia mahato, Elijah during

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that the pains of the pregnancy

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took Maryam to the the trunk of the of the date palms.

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That she went and she before she gave birth, the pains of the labor. So this is my heart. Why is a camel referred to like this, it's referred to as the daughter been to my heart, the daughter of the one that is having labor pains or the one that is having

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any pregnancy to be specific.

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The one saw the daughter of the pregnant one. And that proves that it's a year old because the way that the she camels are once their child wants their offspring reaches one year old that the offspring is weaned then.

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So now at this point that the mother of that camel has started to become pregnant again.

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And so the camel is called been to the hub, the daughter of the pregnant one.

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The daughter been to my heart event and Hammond, the daughter of the pregnant one. And that means that the camel has reached at least that past that one year boundary.

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The camel has passed that one year boundary. So that is the payment.

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That is the payment when the person has between 25 all the way up to 35 camels. There's a car collector will come see how many cameras he says I have 34 Okay, you have to give me been to my heart. You have to give me the daughter of the pregnant one. Or you have to give me she camo a female camel that has passed one year and entered into the second year for in Lem tekun third new Lebanon zeca. So what about if he doesn't have one? Because maybe it doesn't have been to my heart. If he doesn't have one then he can replace it with Ebola Boone zeca you can replace it with a male camel, but the male camel should be a new level. It should be one year older. That means it should

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have cleared two years and it should be into its third year now. So it's finished two years. Now it started its third year. What why is that equal? Because as we said the female camel is worth more than the male camel. So to make them equal, you have to bring the male camel that is older than that female camel.

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So as we said, even though Levon is a male camel, and the labuan tells us that that camel has finished two years of its life and is in its third year.

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And why it's called labuan is because if we follow on from its mother, its mother was pregnant the previous year. Now its mother is producing milk to feed her young offspring. And that word the word lebbon and from it is the word love boon. So even Levon the son of the milk producing camel.

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So first of all, it was the daughter of the pregnant one now it's the son of

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The milk producing one a one year further on a male camel which is one year older than the equivalent female camel

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for either Bella at 610 was lfv either humps in Waterbury fair fee has been to level

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been to a boon onza. So here if it reaches 36 camels, so now he has 36 camels until he reaches 45 camels. So that's including the 45. So he might have 36 or 37 or 30 830-940-4142 4344 or 45. So what does he have to pay for if he had been to a level now he has to pay a she camel whose mother is producing milk, he has to pay a camel. So female camel, it's finished two years and it started its third year. That's the camel that he has to pay.

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And this demon of the profits I said when he said Becker, and then he said and this is only for emphasis, otherwise the word bent and Eben tells you whether it's male or female, but you might you know, it could be it could be confused, you know, when you're transmitting it orally, someone might say bintan mix up and say even and so the prophets I some emphasized and he said, ignore labuhan in zacher, a male cammo of two years going into three gone into three.

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If he reaches as we said 36 to 45, including 45. Then he has to pay a female camel, which has completed two years and gone into the third year.

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For either Bella that's it 10 waterberry lS 18 Rafi have thorough cattle gentlemen.

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So now, the camels have reached 46 camels all the way up to 60 including 60.

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So 40 640-748-4953 214-233-3250 550-657-5859 and 60. Any number in that range? Then he now has to pay a or the person who owns that wealth has to pay a HIPAA.

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Now, a hiccup again, is another kind of camel. It's a camel that has completed three years.

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It's a female camel that has completed three years and entered into the force. Three years is passed. And it started its fourth year. Why is it called the HCA healthcare here it comes from st Hickok. It comes from being deserving. And that's because this camel becomes suitable for three things. It becomes suitable for a recoup, to ride upon. can't ride upon a car, I don't keep cows, I have no idea about camels. But as we learn from our machine, if you can't read, you can't ride a camel that is has not completed three years of its life. So the first reason it's called a help car is because it deserves test to have a recoup. It deserves to be it's suitable to be to be used to

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ride on.

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The second thing is that it's suitable and your male allies that it's suitable to carry your produce on. You can put your goods on it, you can put your things on it and and it can carry it for you. And the third one is the one mentioned in the Hadith itself.

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The one mentioned the Hadees itself, Tyrell cattle gentlemen, that it is suitable for a male camel to meet with it. It's suitable for a male camel to meet with it. So it can now have

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offspring. The male camel can mate with this camel, which has reached it's completed three years and it started its fourth year.

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And that's the payment one of those one hepco. That's the payment if the number is between that 46 and between 60.

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And between 60. And we stopped that's after this one after this next one, because it still goes for a while. Once you get to 121 it becomes easier. But up until 121 it becomes quite technical still. That's why after after 120. When you get to 121 they call it is decaro forever. It became settled down like everything settles down to like just a simple pattern that you can follow but up to 120 the rules are difficult. So we'll stop that halfway. We'll stop at 60 but we'll just do this next part

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For either Bella got where he did and was 18 enhancing whatsoever in fee her Java.

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So if it reaches 61 all the way up until 75, then there is another type of camel that is still only one. So far it's only one of each. We had one been to my hub, one, scintilla boon, one, hacker, one. Java and the Java. The Java

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as we said, is the

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the camel, again that has gone one year,

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and it has gone one year more.

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And it's called the Jetta.

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It's completed four years and enter its fifth, because it's its teeth for Fallout.

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So that's why it's called agenda. And that happens after four years. And it's entered into its fifth year. So it's completed four years and entered into its fifth year. That is the agenda.

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And that's what you pay from 60, all the way up to

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from 60, all the way up to 75.

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All the way up to 75. May we finish the paragraph 30 that Bella Tipton was a very elated, serene for FY has been level, if it goes from the number reaches 76 up to 9076 up to 90. So we have been lagoon two beneath level ones.

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So you have to remind yourself now what's the vintage level, the level one from the lemon.

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So it's finished.

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It's finished two years, it's finished a Pinto had finished one year into the second it's finished two years into the third, two years into the third and you have to give two of them.

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You have to give two of them.

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That's from

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that is from 76 all the way up to 90 including 90 for either Bella but what is in either HD in our media for FY her hip, cotton Porou kata al Jamal.

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If it is from 91, all the way up to 120 from 91, all the way up to 120 91

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to 120, that's including 120, then to hepco. And we said, we explained what the hepco was, was the one that is deserving of being written and you can carry things on it and it can meet then this one is the one that has completed three years and entered into four years and you have to give two of them and both of them have to be suitable for meeting. That's what pero kata and German it means and they would that's what the HIPAA is anyway, it's an explanation of the HIPAA because the healthcare is the one that is suitable for to be fought for meeting

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for either Zed that Irish renomia for frequently out of our inability to labuan we're frequently hum seen a hacker. So now it's what we have is to Corrado, for a while now it becomes easier, we've reached 120 up to 120, it became very, there's a lot of differences, right? There's a number and the numbers don't always match each other all the way up. The numbers sometimes jump by about 15 sometimes they go by 11 sometimes they go by C so the number it's not like a settled pattern, the pattern is not settled, you have to just learn it like that. Okay five is a sheep up to then we go to 25 okay 25 to 35 including 35 is one of the one year old camels and then we go from 36 up to 45

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and that becomes two that becomes one of the two year old cow and so on you have to kind of keep the pattern in your mind. But once you get beyond 120 becomes easier than that. The ID that says

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if you are over 120 What does over 120 mean 120 121 outputs then every 40 for every 40 over that number, every 40 over that number. Then you have been to level one to level

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and every 50 you have a hepco

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You have HIPAA. So you look at how many have you gone over that number.

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And every time you've gone over by 40, so you have been born but if you've gone over by 50 instead of 40, then you have a HIPAA. That is the as we've said, we've explained what those words mean. And then the prophet SAW them he said, women Lem Jaco, Navajo illa albarran minute eberly. fillet. Sophia has sada cartoon inlandia Sharapova, he said that whoever has four camels, because remember, we said the least number was five, whoever has four camels, then there is no Zakat upon this person and less the rub of those camels. And here's that you're allowed to use the word rub. When you attach it to something like property you can use it for, you can use it for someone, but you when

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you use it, like on its own without attaching it to anything, then it's only for Allah. Here, Rob Ira bullyville, Rob will be the owner of the camels. If the owner of the camels wants to give a sheep, when he only has four camels. He can give a sheep. That's a sidecar. That's a voluntary sidecar. But it's only when it reaches five that he actually has to give it.

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And so that completes the topic of the camels in a basic way, we haven't covered a lot of things. But again, I'm sort of reluctant to go too too deep into it. In case we end up getting confused, we should at least understand the basics. Then later on, as we go through the chapter, when we get to more complicated issues. Maybe we can cover some of them. What do you do if the person doesn't have? How much can you exchange one type of camel for another? and things like that. But for now, just to even understand the basics is quite hard for us. Why do you think it's hard for this last point I'm going to make? Why do you think it's hard for us

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to when it comes to this kind of Hadeeth? Because I think it has a great benefit. Really like you can you can benefit immensely from it. Why is it hard for us? Has anyone got any Any thoughts?

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Because we don't practice it.

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We don't practice it. And not is the perfect answer. Because that is exactly what makes it easy to memorize the Sunda it's easy to memorize what you put into practice. And what you don't put into practice, you probably will go from the message you won't remember what has been from a hub into labuan. But if you were a camel herder, this will be so easy for you because this is your bread and butter. This is what you do every single day. And why I meant that as a benefit is if you want to memorize the sooner and you want to keep the sooner close to your heart, you have to practice as much of it as possible. And that's why it's narrated from the likes of Imam Ahmed Rahim Allah to

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Allah that He said, I never wrote a hadith except that I acted upon every Hadith that I wrote, I put it into practice somehow, however I could, unless so how do you do can't put to practice or you can't implement it. But generally, every Hadith I wrote down, I acted upon it.

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So even if it's a case that somebody you know, at some point, maybe you'll pass by a camel farm, and you go and you look and see the different ages of the camels, it will become more, it will become easier for you to understand. But if you leave the Hadith in theory, and of course, maybe not everyone can have camels, that's fine. But I'm talking about all of the Hadees that are found in the sooner, the more of them you practice, the more you'll remember. And the more of them you just keep it as theory, you're less likely to be able to remember it later on.

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One kind of amusing story on this topic,

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which is I thought it was kind of unfair, but it was it what I saw the funny side of it is that in one of the countries, which I visited, there was a new Muslim. And you know, they had in that country they had to go to the court to get their Shahada, you know, formalized. Of course, you can take Shahada anywhere you want, you can become Muslim, in your living room with nobody else there except yourself. But to get a formal certificate, they had to go to the court. So they went in front of the judge. So the judge wanted to test them, you know, like, are you serious about being a Muslim? I personally don't think that's right. Because I think if someone comes to you and says, I'm

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a Muslim, then you take it from them, you know, it's not for us to cut their chest open and look at their heart, but the judge wanted to so the judge said, I will not issue your Shahada certificate until you give me the cattle it will. You tell me all of this occurred you upon the camels

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said I will not accept your Muslim you're not a Muslim until you can tell me all the Zakat on the camels.

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So the new Muslim went away and looked at his account of camels and came to the Islamic

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center like confused, like saying to me that I have to learn there's a cap on the cameras that was really, really difficult for them Alhamdulillah they took them to a different person and they gave them the certificate straight away without asking them. But the point is, is not an easy thing to remember. Because it's not something we deal with every single day. But the things you deal with every day, this is what you remember. So this is the best way of memorizing the Sundays to implement it. That's what ally made easy for us to mention and allies in general is best for sites. Mohammed Ali, you're so happy he may

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